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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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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Unsettled with local rain tonight and Tuesday; slightly cooler in north and central portions tonight TEMPERATURES This Morning. 70; This Afternoon, 80.
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Much Discounted Giants Defeated
The Yankees And Are Wold
Champions Again

New York, Oct. 9. The Giants,
rated by even the most conservative
experts to have nothing more than a
faint fighting chance of winning one
game of the World Series from the
; Yanks, are still world champions by
winning four, tying one nad losing
none. From every approach that
could be made on paper before the
first game was played, the Giants
were considered a badly beaten club.
LOCAL REPORT
In the fifth game of the World
Series Sunday afternoon the Giants
took the championship. The game
looked like the Yanks had decided to
win one for a while, but in the eighth
inning the Giants rallied and put
over three runs and put the game on
ice. The Yanks did not win even one
game of the series, although they
were able to hold the second game to
a ten-inning tie.
Following is the score by innings as
it came over the wire:
FIRST INNING
Yanks: Witt opend the game"with
a line drive to short for the first out.
Dugan singled to center after the
count was three to two. Ruth hit a
sacrifice bunt and Dugan went to
second. Pipp singled to center and
scored Dugan. Meusel hit to pitcher
and forced Pipp at second.
Giants: Bancroft went out third
to first. Groh singled to short right.
Frisch hit a foul and then hit into a
double play, pitcher to short to first.
SECOND INNING
Yanks: Schang fouled out to left.
Wood waited three over and then flew
out to center. Scott went but, short to
first.
Giants: Meusel hit a slow bounder
to third and beat the throw to first
Young walked and Kelly laid a sacri
fice down to first, advancing both run
ners. Cunningham singled to center
and scored Meusel and Young. Snyder
singled to left, sending Cunningham
to second. Neif walked and crowded
the bases. Bancroft lined out to sec second.
ond. second. Groh fanned.
THIRD INNING
Yanks: Bush went out, short to
first. Witt duplicated the stunt. Du Dugan
gan Dugan took the same path.
Giants: Frisch went out on a
grounder to first. Bush and Umpire
Clem argue about Bush's delivery.
Meusel flew out to right and Young
popped up to first.
FOURTH INNING
Yanks: Ruth took three healthy
whiffs. Pipp went out second to first.
Meusel struck out.
Giants: Kelly singled to center.
Cunningham hit to double play, pitch
er to short to first. Snyder went out
when he popped up to short.
. FIFTH INNING
Yanks: Schang fanned. Wa.d
walked. Scott singled to right and
Ward went to second. Bush singled to
center, scoring Ward and sending
Scott to third, where he qver ran the
bag and was caught. McMillan bat
ted for Witt and went out pitcher to
first.
Giants: Neif walked. Bancroft hit
to second and doubled Neif, second to
short to first. Groh went out to first
unassisted.
SIXTH INNING
Yanks: Dugan went out short to
first. Ruth went out pitcher to first.
Pipp flew out to third who made great
catch of the line drive.
Giants: Frisch hit a hot one to
short who slapped the old pill to the
ground but couldn't field it. Meusel
flew out to right. Young hit the
pitcher and forced Frisch at second.
Young was forced at
second when
Kelly hit to short.
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Yanks: Meusel hit a slow roller to

third and beat the throw. Schang! Santo Domingo, Oct. 8. Lieuten Lieuten-tried'to
tried'to Lieuten-tried'to bunt but it went foul,, but a i ant Hinton, the American aviator who
second attempt was more successful s making a flight from New York to
and he went out third to second who j Ri. Janeiro in the hydroplane Sam Sam-covered
covered Sam-covered first. Meusel going to third. iPaio Correia II, arrived here yester-

Meusel went to third on wild pitch.

(Concluded on Page Four

Wildcats Lost Their First Football
Game of the Season in The

Celery City Saturday
The O. H. S. Wildcats began to lose
their game with Sanford when they
first began practice for the season.
They had the Sanford boys entirely
out-classed in technique and speed but
when it came to the old endurance
stuff the Sanford lads were there with
the goods.
The day was hot and the field was
sandy and the Wildcats .were not ac accustomed
customed accustomed to the heavy going. For
the first three quarters of the game
they went like a house afire and suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in piling un a 12 to 0 score
against the Celery City lads, but when
the whistle blew for the final period
of the game the tongues of the Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats were- hanging down to their
knees or thereabouts and the Sanford
lads had little trouble in running:
around them for three touchdowns,
ending the game with an 18 to 12 vic
tory.
Endurance is where the Wildcats
came up missing and endurance can
only be had by intensive training and
hard work. Training rules must ha
strictly kept if a football player ex expects
pects expects to have the pep in the fourth
quarter of a hard game. Oeala's team
will have a concentrate on hard work,
less sugar and less tobacco, if they
wish to put out a winning team.
For the first three quarters of the
game the Wildcats went well. Dan Daniels,
iels, Daniels, the lightweight quarter, went in
during the second quarter with the
ball about one yard from goal and
took it over for the first touchdown
of the game. Moses at quarter play played
ed played a good game of ball all the way
through. Moses and Lewis alternated
with the ball and ran it the entire
length of the field when Leo Lewis
made a broken field run for Oeala's
second touchdown.
Oeala's line held well. Only one
time did Sanford make a gain thru it.
Sanford's best gains were made on
short forward passes, and two of their
thre touchdowns were made with this
play,
SON WAS IN A
HURRY FOR SUPPER
Father Should Have Had It On The
Table for Him
Chicago, Oct. 9. William Klockzin,
seventy-seven, feeble and unable to
earn a living, was slain with an axe
by his son Helmuth. thirtyeight, who
found no supper in the house last
night, according to a confession at
tributed to the son by the police.
ORANGES ARE MOVING
FROM ISLAND GROVE
Island Grove, Oct. 9. The packing
house of Mr. Jack Williams, which
is leased and operated by Henry
Pape & Company, of New York, has
been a busy place the past two weeks
with a force of men putting the ma
chinery in first class order for the
shipping season. 'Mr. Pape Junior is
in personal charge of the packing
house and has an efficient corps of
assistants.
One of the recent improvement at
the packing house is an up-to-date
coloring room, which the latter part
of the week was tested out with two
carloads of Parson Brown oranges
gathered from the grove of Mr. Geo
C. Pasteur, at Citra. These two cars
will move Tuesday or Wednesday
and will be followed by many others
Mr. Pasteur's fruit is being market
ed under the "Holly Brand," in at
tractive pink wrappers and boxes
with a green label. The fruit is in
fine condition and Mr. "Pape is quite
proud of the two cars that his concern
will ship from the Pasteur grove this
week, the first to leave from the Or Orange
ange Orange Lake section
Last year this packing house pack-
jed and shipped 30,000 boxes and ex
pects this season to pack in the neigh-
' rf i.
oornooa oi ou,uuu doxcs.
HE'LL GET THERE YET
day.
666 cures Bilious Fever. Adv.

So William Wheeler of Rochester, N.
Y., Killed His Children And Then
Committed Suicide

Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 9. The bod bodies
ies bodies of a father and his three children
are in an undertaking establishment
today. Ethelyn. age five, Grace, two
and Russell, six months, were drown drowned
ed drowned in the bath tub at their home by
their father, William Wheeler, who
then killed himself with a pistol. De
spondency on account of inability to I
obtain employment is believed to have
been the cause,
ANNUAL CONVENTION OF
THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST
Following is the program for the
thirty-first annual convention of the
Churches of Christ in Florida, to be
held in Ocala, October 9-12, under
the auspices o? the United Christian
Missionary Society:
Monday, October 9th
4:30 p. m. State board meeting.
7:30 p. m. Devotional conducted
by John Mullady.
Address of welcome by C. H. Trout.
Response by W. A. Harp.
Address, "The Origin and Purposes
of the Disciples of Christ" W. E.
Harlow.
Announcement of committees.
Tuesday, October 10th
8 a. m. General conference
onjat
church problems, conducted by E
Quick, Atlanta, Ga., superintendent of
eligious education, southeast district.
9 a. m. Convention called to orde.
'raver by W. A. Harp.
Devotional conducted by Mrs. M, F.
ohnson.
Minutes of last convention by re
order, Chas. W. Ross.
Roll call of women's societies, gen-
eral secretary, Mrs. J. W. Ragsdale
Vice president's address Mrs. B.
Coutant.
Reports, associate secretaries :Mrs.
Weil, Mrs. Hightower, Mrs. T. O. Wil-
on, Mrs. J. A. Wilson and Mrs, Cap-
pieman,
Reports: Secretary of Young Wom
en s uircies Airs. uay.
Reports: Boys' and Girls' Depart
ments Mrs. Wakefield,
Report of Home Department Mrs.
Jester.
Report of General Secretary Mr-
Ragsdale.
Report of Regional Secretary Mrs.
N. Downey,
Special song Mrs. C. W. Ross.
Woman's Place in Missions Mrs
Nichols.
Address by Miss Daisy June Trout,
St. Louis, Mo.
Announcements
2 p. ra. Devotiopal Mrs. Arthur
Green.
Boys' and Girls' Work Mrs. Cole-
man.
Round Table: Keports, Mrs. itags-
naie; luissiun oiuuy, uus.
1.1- If' .I Oi. 3 HTHM TAnmaTTi
Special Days and Special Gifts, Mrs.
Mayhew; Increase of Membership,

Miss Nellie Windsor; World Lall, Mrs. John Henry Scott. The truck was be be-Hightower.
Hightower. be-Hightower. hng demonstrated by Ed WHkerson,

Address Miss Trout.
Address C. A. Burch, missionary
from China.
Presentation of medal.
Prayer.
7:30 n. m. Devotional conducted
by A. Chisholm.
"Evangelization of the Orient"
A Burch.
Stereopticon views.
Wednesday, October 11th
8 a. m. Divisional Bible school
conference, directed by regional sup
erintendent.
Devotional John A. Harpe.
President's address W. A. Harpe.
Reports of treasurer, general secre-
t?c f .wi.p introduc-
Y"-
tion of new ministers.
Christian Endeavor address A. M
Depew.
Bible school address E. B. Quick,
2 p. m. Devotional J. B, Crews.
Methods for Enlarging the Work
C. E. Wyatt.
Money for the Saving of Florida
R. A. Rus-ell.
Co-operation of Florida Churches
Chas. W. Ross.
Present Possibilities of Christian
Union J. J. Morgan.
Our Relationship to Other Commu-
nins W. T. Moore.
Unfinished business.
Announcements.
Adjournment.

(Concluded on Page Four

Great Britain Has Not Protested

Against This Country's Pro Prohibition
hibition Prohibition Rulings
London, Oct. 9. (By Associated
Press). Prohibition of liquor on ves vessels
sels vessels within American waters will give
rise to no international complications,
according to the view expressed by
British foreign office officials. The
government's view, they said, is that
the matter is one in which the United
States has a perfect right to take any
action it sees fit.
SHIPPING BOARD CRAFT
WILL SAIL DRY SEAS
Lasker at Last Discovers that He Is
Not Quite So Big as the Law
Washington, Oct. 8 Foreign and
American vessels sailing for the Unit United
ed United States after October 14, next, will
be subject to the prohibition act
against the bringing of intoxicating
liquors into American territorial wat
ers, it was announced last night at the
treasury department.
Decision to defer in the case of
these craft the enforcement of Attor
ney General Daugherty's ruling withJ
respect to the prohibition of the trans
portation of liquor cargoes .or stores
was made by President Harding.
The executive, in a letter to Secre
tary Mellon, said any earlier attempt
enforcement in the absence of due
notice and ample regulations "would
be inconsistant with just dealing and
have a tendency to disrupt needlessly
the ways of commerce,
"This delay in' enforcement does not
apply to sale of intoxicating liquors
on vessels sailing under the Ameri
can flag," the president said. Immed
iate cessation of such sales was order
ed by Mr. Harding after the attorney
general's ruling had been presented to
him,
Masters of shipping board vessels
ordered by Chairman Lasker to re
move and surrender to treasury offi
cials all intoxicating liquors aboard
such ships. The order became effect
ive immediately as to ships in their
home ports and would be made effect
ive on those on sea and foreign ports
upon their arrival in the United
States.
"If any officer or member of the
crew, either on passenger or cargo
ships," the order said, "is found
thereafter to possess liquor on ships,
he shall be immediately removed per
manently from the service and his
violation of the law reported to the
proper district attorney."
COLORED BOY KILLED
Sam Scott, an industrious and re-
snected colored man. liviner a short
distanee northwest of town, had the
friehtful experience this afternoon of
geemjj hjg son maneled and killed.
...
Scott was about to purchase an
auto truck from Bomolini. He was
accompanied by his 15-year-old son,
WR0 with the two Scotts was on the
vehicle. They had been out in North
Ocala and were returniner to town via
Pond street. It happened that the
two Seaboard local passenger trains
I were passing, and Wilkerson stopped
the truck while the southbound went
by. Unluckily he did not notice that
the northbound train, concealed by
the other, was coming in, and the
moment the southbound passed he
started the truck. This brought the
truck across the track just in time for
the locomotive to hit it. Scott and
Wilkerson escaped with their lives,
but the boy was fearfully mangled
and died in a few minutes.
Scott is a hardworking man, about
ntty years om, witn a large iamuy.
I TT ,
He is in the employ of Taylor Bros.,
who speak well of him. Everybody
will svmnathize with him and his
familv in their affliction.
Miss Camille Smith, the competent
bookkeeper in Mr. Mack Taylor's of
fice, has resigned her postion for one
in Jacksonville, for which place she
leaves Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leavengood of
i-L- m n c- Ti.or
good's mother, Mrs. A. J. Leavengood.
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

In Spite of Repeated Warnings, Their

Troopers Crowd Around The
Fortifications at Chanak
Constantinople, Oct. 9. (By the
Associated Press). Turkish nation nationalists
alists nationalists .yesterday resumed their ad advance
vance advance in the Dardanelles area in the
direction of Chanak, the British
stronghold, according to a Mudania
dispatch to local newspepers.
KEEP ON CONFERING
Mudania, Oct. 9. (By Associated
Press). The allied generals here for
the armistice conference spent the
forenoon conferring with the Greek
delegates. The conference with Turk
ish nationalist representative is
scheduled to" be resumed this after
noon.
CABINET CONSIDERS CURZON
London, Oct. 9 (By the Associated
Press. The British cabinet met today
to consider the report of Maruis Cur
zon, foreign secretary, on his Paris
conference with Premier Poincare, at
which the position of the Allies on the
Turkish situation was again consoli consolidated.
dated. consolidated. TINO SAYS HE'S THRU'
Paris, Oct. 9. (By the Associated
Press). Former King Constantine in
an interview with the Petit Parisien
in Palermo informed the correspond correspondent
ent correspondent that his abdication was real and
he desired to get out of the limelight.
He added that he intended to come to
Paris at a later date.
LUNCHEON FOR GRAND
MATRON OF O.
E. S.
Mrs. Annie M. Schneider, grand
matron of Florida O. E. S., was the
guest of Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, worthy
matron of the Ocala chapter, at a de delightful
lightful delightful luncheon Saturday, while on
her official visit to the Ocala chapter.
Those present were Mrs. Schneider.
Mis. Rosalie Condon, grand organist
of the grand chapter, also organist of
the Ocala chapter; Mrs. B. C. Webb,
past grand Adah; Dr. K. J. Weihe,
worthy patron of Ocala chapter; Mrs.
Hattie Webb, associate matron; Mrs.:
Susan Cook, secretary; Miss Julia
Webb, chaplain, and Mrs. K. J.
Weihe, warder.
After the luncheon the party escort
ed the grand matron to the depot and
as all good things must have an end,
so ended the official visit of Mrs.
Schneider, who came and saw and won
all hearts with her sweet smile, win winning
ning winning way and charming personality,
leaving Ocala chapter with love in
their hearts for her, hoping she will
visit them again and gTeatly inspired
for greater love and enthusiasm for
hi sbeautiful work.
BASEBALL MISSIONARIES
TO THE HEATHEN
New York, Oct. 9. At least three
members of the Giants and Yanks
will participate in a tour of the
Orient organized to further baseball
beyond the Pacific. The official roster
of the party to gather in Chicago next
Sunday to sail in time to arrive in
Yokohama October 31st has not yet
been completed but it is known that
Kelly, Nehf, Emil Meusel, Bush, Hoyt
and "Hoffman will be members.
OUR HOODOO IS ON
THE RAMPAGE AGAIN
incoln, Oct. 9. Wm. J. Bryan be began
gan began his speaking campaign in Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska today in the interest of the
democratic state and national ticket.
He will campaign next week in neigh neighboring
boring neighboring states.
HART WILL SOON
BE IN GOOD HEALTH
Los Angeles, Oct. 9 Continued im
provement is reported in the condition
of Wm. S. Hart, actor, critically ill
with typhoid and complications. complications.-MASSACHUSETTS
MASSACHUSETTS complications.-MASSACHUSETTS WANTS
TO TEST THE LAW
Washington, Oct. 9. Massachu
ii.l -f mi migginn 4-rt
- 1 vne cuiisiuuiwuauy
'maternity law was granted today by
i tne supreme tum
It is simply impossible for a fellow
to beat all the fast trains to all the
grade crossings. Charleston Gazette.

Is One Clifford Hays, According To

The Belief of -the New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey Authorities
New Brunswick. Oct. 9. Clifford
Hays, 19-year-old admirer of Pearl
Bahmer, who found the bodies of Rex.
Edward. Hall and Mrs. Eleanor Mills,
was arrested todav and formal! v
charged with murder in the first de degree
gree degree for the slayings. Raymond
Schneider, who was with the Bahmer
girl when the bodies were found, was
held as a material witness. Prosecu Prosecutors
tors Prosecutors Beekman and Strieker of Middle Middlesex
sex Middlesex and Somerset counties, say that
Schneider signed a statement accus accusing
ing accusing Hays of the crime. According to
Schneider's statement the double slay slaying
ing slaying was the result of mistaken iden identity.
tity. identity. He had gone out with Hays on
the night of the killings he said,
trailing a man who accompanied the
Bahmer girl. Seeing a couple beneath
a tree, he said, Hays opened fire.
ELKS WILL CELEBRATE
TOMORROW EVENING
The members of Oeala's firstclass
lodge of the B. P. O. E., which really
means "Best People on Earth," but
for convenience is shortened mostly
to Elks, but sometimes to Bills, are
going to admit fourteen candidates to
their charmed circle tomorrow eve evening,
ning, evening, and are going to not only give
them the time of their lives, hut will
give the populace in general an ink inkling
ling inkling of what is going on.
The inkling will consist of a street
parade about 5 p. m. The candidates
will be a prominent feature of this
occasion, and give a correct imitation
of moral courage i. e., men scared
half to death, but all the same "carry "carrying
ing "carrying on."
They will be braced up by a sump sumptuous
tuous sumptuous supper, which will be served at
the close of the parade, and at which
they and their hosts, the already Elks,
will partake of the best there is.
After supper and a brief rest for it
to settle, the candidates will be intro introduced
duced introduced to The Elk, who has been in.
careful training for the event for th
last two weeks. He knows what is
expected of him and will not fail. All
the candidates are comforted, how however,
ever, however, by looking at the large number
of robust Elks in town and reflecting
that they have been thru the ordeal
and it hasn't killed any of them.
C. Y. Miller is in charge, and. that
promises a large, round evening.
REVIVAL SERVICES AT
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
Revival services begin at the Church
of Christ, corner Monroe and Orange
streets, G. E. Claus, evangelist, Thurs
day, October 12th. Two services each
day, at 4 and 7:30 p. m. These meet
ings have been postponed one day, in
consideration of the convention being
held at the Christian church. Every
one invited to attend these services.
AMERICA NEEDS A
BIG BOND ISSUE
Washington, Oct. 8. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press) The first govern government
ment government bond issue since the war was
announced last night by the treasury.
Secretary Mellon offered for sub
scription an issue of about $500,000, $500,000,-000
000 $500,000,-000 of 44 per cent, 30-year treasury
bonds as part of the program for re
funding the short-dated debt.
The new issue will be dated .Oct. 16,
922,bearing 4 per-cent annually,
payable April 15 and Oct. 15 on a
semi-annual basis. The bonds will
mature Oct. 15, 1952, but may be re redeemed
deemed redeemed at the option of the United
States after Oct. 15, 1947.
FIRST VICTIM OF
THE FOOTBALL SEASON
Franklin, N. H Oct. 9. Frank
Massa, a high school boy, died today
o fa fractured skull sustained Satur
day in a football game.
FOUR MILLS ON THE DOLLAR
New York, Oct. 9. German marks
sold here today at less than four
cents a hundred, the lowest price on
record.
FOR RENT Two room furnished
apartment two and a half blocks
east of postofSce, corner Watula
and Washington streets. Apply to
Mrs. Charles Rogers, 18 N. Watula
St. Phone 41S. 9-Ct



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Next time your Uncle Samuel will
not scrap his ships quite so prema prematurely,
turely, prematurely, we fancy.- Tampa Tribune,
He has a right smart of them yet,
ready to scrap.
Senator Heflin of Alabama attacks
the Federal Reserve Bank administra administration
tion administration for extravagance. According to
Mr. Heflin, the New York branch bank
is paying its officials almost as high
wages as were paid to shipyard work workers
ers workers during the war.
Young man who suicided in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville attributed all his troubles to
whisky. Now a few years ago this
would have been all right, but how in
the world did he get whisky when the
country is dry? Sanford Herald.
Most likely, he obtained his booze
in Duval county.
The county owes the brotherhoods
of railway trainmen thanks for their
conservative behavior during the re recent
cent recent strike. With the exception of a few
individuals, they stood by the public
and their contract. If they had joined
the strike it is probable that the coun country
try country would have been plunged into civil
war.
No reasonable exception can be
taken to the Tampa Tribune's asser assertion
tion assertion that electing "a legislature with
a conscience" is important. The trou trouble
ble trouble is to find men who will not put
their consciences in cold storage when
they get to Tallahassee or other cap capitals.
itals. capitals. Times-Union.
The greatest trouble is to find voters
with consciences that will incite them
to elect only good men.
If the Star is putting up the best
argument that can be urged in favor
of the amendment, those who are op opposing
posing opposing the adoption of the amend amendment
ment amendment may be assured that it will not
be accepted by the people. Miami
Herald.
It is to smile. It must occur to the
readers of the Herald that if the
Star's argument is worthless, it is
strange that excellent paper is using
"up so much of its valuable space in
trying to confute it.
The many friends of Miss Fannie
Clark will be sorry to know that she
has, at the advice of her physician, re resigned
signed resigned her position as teacher in the
primary school. Miss Fannie, as she
is affectionately called, has been iden-
TOWN FfcSTS
V
,- The Sta!e-Jke I'est still gets ;i
Cackle out of the Time when you Lost
. your I'ockrthook just as you Were
Starting on your Honeymoon three
' years ago ami Never Fails to Mention
k. a i.oou joice sever vies is ms
- Motto, and his Favorite Wheezs All
Wear Whiskers.

tified with the Ocala schools for
over thirty years. She has watched,
the development of the four-room j
school to a system which requires

three buildings to accommodate the j
pupils and it may be safely said that J
no one has exerted more influence in
promoting this growth than Missj
Clark. Always ready, always faith faithful,
ful, faithful, always loyal and devoted to the
interests of the work, what more could
b3 asked of a teacher? The teachers
of the primary school especially regret
the necessity of Miss Clark's resigna resignation
tion resignation and they, with the many patrons,
past and present, hope that the days
to come will be filled with pleasant
memories and the conscience of work
well done.
THAT'S WHAT WE SAID
But it is not so much the question
of state division as the one of reap reapportionment,
portionment, reapportionment, that the Star dwells
upon. It places the blame for the dis disproportion
proportion disproportion of representation enjoyed
by the northern part of the state as
against the southern portion, upon the
men of South Florida, when it says:
"South Florida has never made any
organized effort to improve its condi condition;
tion; condition; it has never picked its legisla legislators
tors legislators nor required any pledges from
them. There are enough men from
South Florida to better conditions if
they would stick together under intel intelligent
ligent intelligent leadership, but they have never
done this. Florida is not
going, to be divided, and the best way
for outh Floridians to obtain their
rights is to elect legislators who have
the "ability and firmness to demand
them." Miami Herald.
The Herald, and we regret to say,
many other papers, has a habit which
we consider dishonest, of taking an
article from another paper, cutting
out certain passages and by twisted
comment perverting them into a mean meaning
ing meaning that the writer never intended. If
the Herald had printed the- entire ar article
ticle article from which the foregoing extract
was made, its readers would have seen
that the Star had a different intention
from that imputed to it 'by its es esteemed
teemed esteemed contemporary. This didn't
suit the Herald. It prefered to per
vert the meaning of another paper
which was honestly speaking for what
it believed the interest of the entire
state.
However, the Herald reproduced
faithfully, tho' separately, the forego foregoing
ing foregoing extracts, and for this we thank
it, also those of its sympathizing con contemporaries,
temporaries, contemporaries, who by reprinting its
editorial have given a considerable
number of people the opportunity of
reading two of our utterances that we
are perfectly willing should stand by
themselves, for the well-informed and
patriotic citizens of our state will rec recognize
ognize recognize their truth.
For more than a score of years the
well-informed people and the better
class of newspapers of Florida have
recognized and deplored the incompe incompetence
tence incompetence of the legislature. The editorial
pages of the newspapers have bristled
with sarcastic witticisms as well as
solid denunciation of the stupidity,
and lack of vision, mixed with some
broad insinuations about the integrity
of many individuals, of our represen
tative body. It has been repeatedly
stated in the press that the members
of the legislature put in so much time
on local bills, picnics and pure dam-
phoolishness that it was almost im-,
possible to pass any measure of
statesmanlike interest to all Florida
It is also well known that while five
hundred or more men have been
elected from South Florida during the
thirty-six years since the present con constitution
stitution constitution was adopted, tho many indi individuals
viduals individuals have been of distinguished
ability they have never been able to
gather a following or form an organi
zation that would even make an at
tempt to procure its rights for their
part of the state. You may blame
West Florida for its greediness all
you please, but whenever that section
wanted to put one over for its own
benefit it could always obtain plenty
of helo from the counties south of
Marion.
We will be glad to have the Herald
give facts, figures and names to dis
prove this statement.
The Star has never criticised th
legislature very severely. It has rec
ognized that the people elect the leg
islators and that if ignorant and cor
rupt men go to Tallahassee It is the
fault of the people who let them go.
The main reason why West Florida
is preponderant in the legislature is
because the men it sends to that body
are better posted on public affairs
and parliamentary practices, and
stick together better, than the men
South Florida sends. West Florida
pays more attention to politics and
sends politicians South Florida pays
more attention to business, and as a
rule sends any old thing that will go.
The great cause of this is that the
office of state senator or representa
tive is ill paid. The salary will not
meet the expenses of a legislator
while he is attending to the business
of his constituents. Consequently' we
choose men who are wealthy enough
to spare time from their business,

I
men who haven't business and have)
their open palms behind them from
the time they get off the train at Tal- i
lahassee, men sent for a purpose, and

a few who are capable and honest,
and have the public spirit to go for
the good of their state. It's hard to
keep a man of this class in Talla
hassee. One or two terms is gener- j
ally enough for him. He meets op-;
position from every quarter at Talla- j
hassee and lack of appreciation at
home.
Some able men from South Florida
will sit in the next legislature. Let
the South Florida members caucus and
select from these a leader in the sen senate
ate senate and a leader in the house and
back them up. The experiment has
never been tried and until it is tried
there is no sense in howling at West
Florida for doing what' every other
predominant section is almost sure to
do.
Marion county and the twentieth
district are doing their share. They
are sending men of proven ability
and proven integrity, and who must
make sacrifice of their private affairs
to serve the state. If all the other
counties and districts have done so
well we will have a legislature that
will make a record for good work.
Under the reapportionment amend
ment six additional senators will be
provided, of which North and West
Florida will grab four, leaving two to
other sections of the state. Tampa
Citizen.
Will you kindly inform us, friend
Citizen, where you obtained that in information.
formation. information. You will have a big scoop
if you do. Members of the legislature
have informed us that of the new sen senators,
ators, senators, one is to go to Pinellas, one to
Dade, one to Broward and Palm
Beach, one to Brevard and St. Lucie
and one to the bunch of new counties
cut out of DeSoto. If Marion county
is given a senator to itself, it will not
draw on the new six; it will only put
Sumter in another district. However,
our informants are not certain of this.
They do not 'know what the 1923 leg legislature
islature legislature will do.
Ocala, Oct. 7. Sale by Columbus
Carmichael of Silver Springs, includ including
ing including the springs, the Carmichael farm,
Kendig grove and the Daylight Line,
operating steamboats from Silver
Springs to Palatka, to the Silver
Springs Company, a Delaware corpor corporation,
ation, corporation, was announced today. The pur purchaser,
chaser, purchaser, it is stated, will build a large
tourist hotel and construct what is
planned to be the largest golf course
in the state. Times-Union.
The Times-Union made an awful
mess of this. The Kendig groves and
Silver Springs are twenty miles
apart, and one sale had nothing to do
witlv th'e other.
At last the Advertiser is on the ex exchange
change exchange list of the Ocala Star. We
now know and can feel it that we are
in the newspaper business. We really
can't understand how we have gotten
this far without the Star, but can do
lots better now. If a score or more
of the other state dailies would put us
on their list we would know still bet better
ter better how to act. How about it, brother
pencil pushers ? Can't you see us that
far You have been on our list for
quite some time now. Lakeland Ad Advertiser.
vertiser. Advertiser. Put him on your exchange lists,
boys; he' is a clever little fellow and
gets out a live paper.
AH of which is rather a clear con confession
fession confession from a north Florida paper
that at least one portion of the state
is unmercifully using its political
power against another portion, the
exact reason why a fair reapportion reapportionment
ment reapportionment measure should be adopted.
Miami Herald.
Well, now, that is a new one on the
state. Nobody ever said Marion coun county
ty county was in North Florida before. The
Star doesn't have to make a
"clear
confession" that "at least one
part
of the state is using its power against
another," or rather against all the
others. It denounced that condition
of rffairs before the Herald was born.
Alachua county has a dredge and
crew of men at work building the
much-desired road across Orange Lake
from Island Grove to Citra. The road
is being build about 150 yards west of
the right of way of the Seaboard Air
Line across the lake, and the dredge
is now about 150 yards from the
Alachua line out in the" lake. This
road will be a great convenience for
the people of the lake section, as it
will shorten the distance between
Citra and Island Grove by nine miles,
and open up a short route between
Palatka and Ocala that has long boen J
agitated.
Albert's Plant Food is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It ia odorless and is j
sold in 25c. and 10c. packages and ?2 j
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf
Just received, a new shipment of j
garbage cans. Phice $1.45. Farmers
Supply Co., Phone 374-Blue. 6-6t i

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star Oct. 9, 1902)
Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon on the Seaboard
from Georgia, where she has been
spending the summer with friends and
relatives.
Mrs. W. V. Newsom was in town
today, having driven up from Sum Sum-merfield.
merfield. Sum-merfield. The doctor and the children
are there, having arrived a few days
ago, and all will return to Ocala to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow or next day.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh were in the city today looking for
a suitable residence, as they expect to
move to Ocala to live.
Mrs. George Campbell and daughter.
Miss Alice Campbell, of St. Joe, Mo.,
arrived in the city today and again wil
spend the winter with us. Mrs. Camp-
in Ocala who will cladlv welcome them
-
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Oct. 9. 1912)
The sad news was received in Ocala
this morning that Mrs. F. E. Haskill,
whose illness was noted in yesterday's
Star, died at her home at South Lake
Weir this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss are in
California, swinging around the circle
on their way home.
Capt. R. A. Alfred of Port Inglis
Inglis was in the city today on his way
for a week's business trip to Chatta Chattanooga.
nooga. Chattanooga. He says there are three big
ships in the pool off Port Inglis, tak taking
ing taking on cargoes of phosphate roch.
The Atlantic Coast Line has put
two big copperhead engines on trains
39 and 40 between High Springs and
St. Petersburg and another is on the
way. We understand that the man management
agement management intends to use the big en engines
gines engines entirely on the passenger trains.
Mr. T. J. Killebrew at the Postoffice
Drugstore is sorrowing over the loss
&of his frog. He had a nice little frog
which he set on the show case to
catch flies. It caught its weight in
flies every hour but some son of a gun
carried it off, probably to wear on his
watch chain. Mr. Killebrew says that
his next frog would be a railroad
frog and would not be so easily car carried
ried carried off.
SASH
DOOR
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
niuiuiniiiwmigj
tittttsst
LICENSE NOTICE
Those who are doing business with without
out without a 1922-23 license are violating the
law and subject to a fine.
W.: W. Stripling,
3-3t Tax Collector, Marion County.
To prevent a cold, take 666. Adv.

Geo. MacKay & Co.

VIRGINIA TOBACCO

The colonist fitn paid
fas Jutureivife s paisagt
fr,m England with 150
Ibi. ef Virginia tobaca.

Tm

Ligcttt Sc Mr iis Tobacco Co.

Best Steak. 20c
Roast 18c
Stew 8c
Shoulder Steak 15c
Veal Cutlets. 30c
Veal Chops...... 30c
Veal Roast 25c

We have cut the price on Meats and Groceries, and will
sell for CASH. We deliver to any part of the
City. Call and see us. Phone 562.

Crescent Grocery

Florida Auto Supply Company
DISTRIBUTORS

DAYTON T

TIRES AND TUBES

Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 7500 miles; Cords, 10,000
miles. M e rcke the adjustments.
Complete Line ot Auto Accessories
Phone 291
314-320 N. Main St. OCALA, FLA

Oinalty!
Hoo
TORAGE BATTERY.
Guaranteed 1 Years

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

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Old as Virginia tobacco is,
today there is no milder, purer
smoke and no other with its
distinctive character and taste.
For dzarettes Virginia
tobacco is the test.

frrginia Cigarette

Veal Stew.. ..12c
Pork Chops 20c
Pork Ham... ..25c
Pork Stew.... ...... 15c
Pork Sausage... 20c
Perk and Beef Sausagel5c

& Meat Market
II OR OB RED
VICTOR ADDING
MACHINE
Take One on Trial for a
Few Days
THE BOOK SHOP
ExclusivelDealers
, OCALA, FLA.
we also specialize, in
intelligent Service fox rail
rnakes of batteries,
BLAL0CK BROTHERS
Cor.Main & Oklawaha
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1922

1

PALATKAOCALA
BUS LINE
SCHEDULE
Leave I'alalka ... 8:00 A 31.
Arrive Orala. 12:00 U.
leave Ocala 2:15 P. M.
Arrive Palaika 6:00 P. M.
Ocala Leaving Point, Ocala House
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Cifra, Orange Springs, Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood and Hodman.

C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala, Phone 527
A Word
To the Wise! I
There's a time for all things.
It's now time to have your J
car painted and topped. The
fall season's here and a paint
job done now will stay a year. B
Bring your car to us and be j
satisfied. When better paint f
jobs are done Spencer-Ped- j
rick Motor Company will do H
them. jf
SPENCER PEDKICK 1
MOTOR CO. 1
m
PHONE 3 I

-SALT 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
NOTICE
On account of special election to be
held in and for the city of Ocala on
October 17th, 1922, the city council
held a special meeting on this the
16th day of September, 1922, and re revised
vised revised the registration books of said
city, the following names being strick stricken
en stricken therefrom:
Ward One
Baker, T. W., Brinson, J. H., Coody,
C. E., Colbert, J. Gertrude, Harris, C.
A. Skyles, W. IL, Stuart, George.
Ward Two
Chambers, Geo. C, Murray, L More More-ten,
ten, More-ten, Landers, M. C, Nugent, P. H.,
Peyser, Charles, Rogers, R. S., Rogers,
Theresa G., Stevens, Isaac, Thomas,
J. M.f Woodrow, D. S., Woodrow,
Blair, Wolf, William, Young, George
F.
Ward Three
Griffin, George, Mcintosh, Hugo,
Hurst, L.
Ward Four
Falana, M. C., Hadley, S. H., Mat Mat-tox,
tox, Mat-tox, Curtis, McGee, Sam, Pelot, J. F,
bimmons, Synobly, Spencer, Barney
The council will hear complaints
for the restoration of names stricken,
at regular meeting to be held Octo October
ber October 3rd, 1922, 8 o'clock p. m.
This the lGth day of September, A.
D. 1922. II. C. SISTRUNK,
Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor of
Registration. 18-3t-Mon
LIFE
FIRE
A. E GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocnla, Florida
ACCIDENT
AUTOMOBILE
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
ANL BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any othsr
ontractor in the city.
"Say it with flowers" and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the Dunnellon road.
Phone 30M. 10-tf

OTICE OF ITE.TIO-V TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT

Notice is hereby given that on the
lth day of October, A. L. the un
dersigned will apply to the governor of
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee,
Florida, for letters patent, incorporat incorporating
ing incorporating the HcINTOaH UTILITIES COM-
I'A.NV, unJer the following proposed
charter:
S. H GAITSKILL..
H. L. WOol.
X. A. KUSSELL.
L. K. EDWAKDi
M. N. oist.
V. E. CHRISTIAN.
PROPOSED CHARTER OF 3II.TOSH
CT1LITIKS COM PAX Y
The undersigned, desiring to procure
letters patent under the laws of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, applicable to corporations for
profit, do hereby associate themselves
together for such purpose, ana hereby
make and publish this as their propos proposed
ed proposed charter for the proposed corpora corporation.
tion. corporation. ARTICLE I
The name of this corporation shall be
McINTOjSH UTILITIES COMPANY, and
its principal place of business shall toe
at .Mcintosh, Marion county, Florida,
but it may establish branch offices at
such place or places as the ttoard of
directors may determine.
ARTICLE II
ButlOCMftl
The general' nature of the business
or businesses to be conducted by this
corporation is:
(a) To 'buy, own sell, lease, construct
and operate ice plants and -cold
storge plants, and to manufacture,
sell and distribute ice either at re retail
tail retail or wholesale;
(b) To buy, own, sell, lease, rent, con construct,
struct, construct, install and operate water
works systems and plants, includ including
ing including the right to install and maintain
pipe lines, tanks, reservoirs, mains,
meters and general water works
apparatus, and to sell and distribute
water;
(c) To generate, manufacture, buy, sell,
deal in, distribute and produce elec electricity,
tricity, electricity, and to own. construct, ac acquire,
quire, acquire, sell, lease and operate electric
light plants and systems, and to
buy, own. build, acquire, sell and
lease and operate and maintain elec electric
tric electric light and power lines, sub substations
stations substations and power houses and de devices
vices devices and machinery for the trans transmission
mission transmission and distribution of electric electricity;
ity; electricity; (d) To buy, own, build, acquire, sell,
lease and operate packing houses,
slaughter houses, abbatoirs, meat
curing plants, pre-coollng plants
and warehouses;
(e) To procure and accept franchises
from cities and towns for the opera operation
tion operation of electric, ice and water plants
therein and to enter into contracts
in regard thereto;
(f) To buy, own, sell and deal in, either
at retail or wholesale, all kinds of
personal property, including ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, electrical appliances, hard hardware
ware hardware and any other kind of mer merchandise,
chandise, merchandise, and to 'buy, own, sell and
deal in all kinds of fruits and vege vegetables,
tables, vegetables, either at wholesale or retail,
and to act as factors and brokers;
(g) To buy, own and sell stock in other
corporations; to purchase and retire
stock of this corporation, and to
buy, own and sell bonds, patents,
copyrights, trade marks and for formulas;
mulas; formulas; (h) To borrow and lend money, taking
and giving such notes or other obli obligations,
gations, obligations, bonds, deeds of trust, mort mortgages
gages mortgages or other security as may be
required or demanded;
(i) To buy. own. sell and deal in farms,
groves, orchards and other real es estate;
tate; estate; and to buy, own, construct,
lease, manage and operate hotels,
stores, newspapers and publishing
plants;
j) Generally to do any and all things
necessary and legal to carry on the
various businesses of this corpora corporation.
tion. corporation. ARTICLE III
"Capital Stock
The amount of capital stock author authorized
ized authorized is twenty-five thousand dollars,
which shall-be divided into two hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty shares of the par value
of one hundred dollars each, which said
capital stock or any portion thereof.
may be payable in real or 'personal
property, or in services rendered the
corporation, at a fair valuation thereof
to be fixed by the board of directors,
or it may be payable in cash.
ARTICLE IV
Term
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is perpetual.
ARTICLE' V
Officers
The business of this corporation shall
be conducted by a president, a vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, and a secretary and a treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, any two of which offices except
the offices of president and vice-president
may be held 4y one and the same
person; and by a board of directors
consisting of live members, provided
that no person shall be eligible as a
director of this corporation who does
not own in his own right at least five
shares of the capital stock of this cor corporation.
poration. corporation. The officers of this corpora corporation
tion corporation are to be elected at the annual
meetings of this corporation to be held
on the second Monday in January of
each year, and until those elected at the
first annual meeting shall be qualified
the business of this corporation shall
be conducted by S. H. Gaitskill, presi president;
dent; president; II. D. Wood, vice-president, and
N. A. RusselL secretary and treasurer,
and by a board of directors consisting
of S. II. Gaitskill, H. D. Wood, L. K
Edwards, M. N. Gist and W. E. Chris Christian.
tian. Christian. ARTICLE VI
Indebtedness
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject itself is Fifty
Thousand Dollars.
ARTICLE VII
Subscribers
The names and residences of the sub subscribers,
scribers, subscribers, tosether with the amount of
capital stock subscribed for by each,
are as follows:
Name Residence Shares
S. H. Gaitskill, Mcintosh. Fla 30
H. D. Wood. Evinston. Fla 5
N. A. RusselL Mcintosh, Fla 1
L. K. Edwards, Irvine, Fla 5
M. N. Gist, Mcintosh, Fla 5
W. E. Christian, Mcintosh. Fla 6
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
On this dav personally came before
me S. H. Gaitskill, H. D. Wood, N. A.
Russell, M. N. Gist and W. E. Christian,
to me well known to be the persons de described
scribed described in, and who signed the forego foregoing
ing foregoing proposed charter of McINTOSH
UTILITIES COMPANY, and they sever severally
ally severally acknowledged to me that they
signed the same for the uses and pur purposes
poses purposes therein set forth and expressed.
My commission expires June 9, 1926.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and official seal at Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, Florida, this the 5th day of Oc October,
tober, October, A. L. 1922.
(Seal) W. E. GRUBBS,
Notary Public.
My commission expires June 9, 1926.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COX' NT Y OF MARION.
On this day personally came before
me u K." Edwards, to me well known
to be the person described in, and who
signed the foregoing proposed charter
of McINTOSH UTILITIES COMPANY,
and he severally acknowledged to me
that he signed the same for the uses
and purposes therein set forth and ex expressed.
pressed. expressed. Mr commission expires June ?. 1926.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
pet my.. hand and official seal at Irvine.
Floridartbis the 5th day of October, A.
D. 1922.
(Seal) w. E. GRUBBS,
Notary Public.
My commission expires June 9, 1926.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Ocala, Fla., October 2, 1922.
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session with Commis-
sioners Meffert, Waters and Clyburn
present.
Minutes of Sept. 5th were read and
approved. Commissioner Talton. met
with the board.
Mr. J. E. Turner appeared and com complained
plained complained of obstruction in road in the
Sparr section.
Mr. W. L. Colbert, tax assessor, ap appeared
peared appeared and presented to the board the
tax assessment rolls for 1922, together
with two copies of same which were
examined by the board and found to
be correct, and the board endorsed
upon said rolls a certificate to that
eftect. The tax assessor then issued
and annexed to said roll a wararnt
directed to the tax collector in words
and figures as follows:
State of Florida:
To W. W. Stripling, Tax Collector
of the County of Marion:
You are hereby commanded to col collect
lect collect out of the real estate and person personal
al personal property, and from each of the
persons and corporations named in the
annexed roll, the taxes set down in
each roll opposite each name, cor corporation
poration corporation or parcel of land therein de
scribed, and in case taxes so imposed
are not paid at the time prescribed by
law you are to collect same by levy
and sale of the goods and chattels,
lands and tenements so assessed, or
of the firm or corporation so taxed;
and all sums collected for the state
taxes you are to pay to the state
treasurer at such time as may be re required
quired required by law, and at the same time
you are to pay to the legally qualified
depository all sums collected for coun county
ty county taxes, district school taxes and
other special taxes; and you are fur further
ther further required to make all collections
on or before the first Monday in April,
and on or before the first Monday in
July you will make final report and
settlement to the comptroller and
county commissioners.
Given under my hand and seal this
2nd day of October, in the year A.
D. 1922. (Seal) W. L. Colbert,
Assessor of Taxes, Marion County.
Communication was read from the
Clearwater Motor Club in regard to
state road No. 5.
Mr. C. S. Boyd made application as
county engineer, which was ordered
filed.
Copies of petitions requesting the
candidacy of S. W. Cawthon and R.
R. Riley for office of superintendent
of public instruction were received.
Upon motion of Commissioner
Weathers, seconded by Commissioner
Talton and carried, the board ordered
the following certified to the board of
bond trustees for paymnet from the
bond fund:
Barber-Forton Co., on con
tract $ 35,995.11
Less freight 7,219.65
Amount due $ 28,775.76
A. C. L. R. R. for freight. 7,219.65
Marion Hardware Co., for
fencing 320.04
Bills for miscellaneous
items on south 15 miles
of state road No. 2, ap approved
proved approved by the state road
department 22.46
Bills for miscellaneous
items on north end of
state road No. 2, approv-
by state road department 1,515.91
The board then considered the bud budget
get budget for the road fund for the fiscal
year 1922-1923, in connection with the
appropriation for 1921, and apportion apportioned
ed apportioned the expenditures as follows:
District No. 1 $ 13,764.33
District No. 2 14,601.63
District No. 3 13,137.99
District No. 4 13,080.81
District No. 5 13,165.24
- Making total of $67,750.00
The tax collector presented the in insolvency
solvency insolvency list for levy 1921, which was
examined by the board and ordered
returned with instructions that cer certain
tain certain indicated collections be made.
The board thereupon proceded-to
revise the registration books of the
county and ordered names stricken
therefrom, as follows, to be advertis advertised
ed advertised in accordance with law: (See list
advertised elsewhere).
The board thereupon proceded to
name the inspectors and clerks to
serve at the several precincts in elec election
tion election to be held November 7th, 1922,
and ordered names published, in ac accordance
cordance accordance with law, said clerks and in inspectors
spectors inspectors being as follows:
PreHnct Xo. 1
A to L: N. P. Davis, N. R. Dehon. E.
C. Jordan, Inspectors: M. C. Izlar, clerk.
M to Z: M. L. Reynolds. A. A. Van-
denbrock, C. E. Winston, inspectors;
D. B. Mayo, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 2
D. S. Cromartie. J. B. Devoe. J. C.
Dupree, inspectors; W. H. Bishop,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 3
C. M. Mathews, H. W. Mixson. F. E.
Smoak, inspectors; J. M. Mathews,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 4
Newoomb Barco, J. L. B. Hudgens,
Geo. W. Mills, inspectors; C. R. Veal,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 5
J. T. Hutchins, T. E. Hutchins, T. F.
Morgan, inspectors: J. D. Moon, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 6
Alex Brooks, Ram W. Jordan, J. T.
Ross, Inspectors; and H. A. Ross, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 7
George Buhl, J. M. Goin. William
Leak, Lospeteors; L. L. Home, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 8
J. E. Branch, J. T. Hough, A. D. Mit

chell, inspectors; C. P. Davis, clerk. i
Precinct Xo. 9
John T. Lewis. E. S. Hall. John J.
Smith, inspectors; A. W. Young, clerk. i
Precinct Xo. lO
J. F. Hornbeck. J. C. PUlans. S. J. '.
Martin, inspectors; G. W. Erant Jr..;
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 11
X. A. Fort. William Godwin. Eric R.
Mill.s inspectors: F. C. Smith, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 12 ;
W. p. Williamson. Calvin Long. John j

cltrk.
Precinct Xo. 13
W. D. Cowart. J. S. Grantham. Har
mon Hall, inspectors; W. H. Cook,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 14
J. E. Coleman, C. J. Rast, Will Groff.
inspectors; D B. Brinson. clerk.
Precinct Xo. 15
John W. Ethridge. Mitchell Rlgdon,
Frank E. Riley, inspectors; Claude Mc Mc-Craney,
Craney, Mc-Craney, clerk.
Precinct Xo. IS
A. J. Douglas, D. O. Ellis. R. N.
Moody, inspectors; W. J. Crosby, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 17
R. A. Baskin. R. H. ConnelL B. F.
Forbes, inspectors: W. C. Credle. clerk.
Precinct Xo. 18
J. E. Turnipseed. E. G. Reiff. 8. V.
Knoblock, inspectors; N. J. Town send,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 19
Ed. C. Albertson, W. C Black. J. P.
Devaney, inspectors; Robt D. Douglas,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 20
B. .R. Blitch. Gary V. Blitch. J. T.
Burgess, inspectors; Landis Blitch,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 21
J. E. Pelot. James J. Nelson. A. L.
Nott, inspectors, O. M. Gale, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 22
W. B. Brabham. W. E. Christian, H.
L. Dickson, inspectors; C. H. Bateman,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 23
R. J. Terry. Robert Shaw. J. H. La Lanier,
nier, Lanier, inspectors; M. M. Proctor, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 24
L. A. Bridges. B. J. Benson. C. E.
Hood, inspectors; C. P. Hood, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 25
Ben D. Belcher. J. N. Marshall, J. EL
Mathews, inspectors; Albert McClain,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 26
John F. Carlton, Will Pasteur. J. W.
Luff man, inspectors; L. B. Burton,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 27
J. P. Dudley. John R. Hogan. R. A.
Hogan, inspectors; R. L. Brinson, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 28
E. W. Crider, C. E. Lucius. J. A.
Seroggie. inspectors; J. W. Piatt, clerk.
Precinct Xo. 29
W. B. Livingston. Ernest Lee, Geo.
N. healy, inspectors; J. B. Malloy,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 31
N. J. Seckinger, J. H. Secklnger, D.
A. Walker, inspectors; H. I Shearer,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 31
Kinard, inspectors; A. D. Carter, clerk.'
Precinct Xo. 32
F. H. Dreher, J. W. Feaster. J. H.
Gladney, inspectors; W. D. Mixson,
clerk.
Precinct Xo. 33
S. B. Brooks. T. H. Philips. W. M.
Rawls, inspectors; S. J. McCully. clerk.
Request of A. J. Marlow for county
aid receiving favorable report, he was
ordered placed on the pauper list at
$5 per month.
Mr. Edward Drake, C. E., appeared
and discussed with the board the mat matter
ter matter of employing a county enginer.
Dr. F. P. Herr appeared in regard
to the right of way of state road No.
2 through his property and Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners Clyburn and Waters were ap appointed
pointed appointed a committee to meet and con confer
fer confer with him on the subject.
Upon motion of Commissioner Tal Talton,
ton, Talton, seconded by Commissioner Cly
burn, is was ordered that time war warrant
rant warrant in amount of $4200 be executed
in favor of the county depository in
accordance with Chapter No. 8118,
Acts of 1919 legislature.
Bonds of notaries public of W. A.
Moorhead, J: E. Thomas and C. C.
Tyler, with the American Surety
Company as surety and bond for li license
cense license to carry pistol of John Wehr
with C. A. Vaughn and A. L. Smith as
sureties were approved by the board.
The county attorney filed opinions
ii regard to certain matters in con connection
nection connection with the right of way of the
Dixie Highway.
Communication was received from
Mr. W. P. Williamson in regard to
causeways and bridges, which was re referred
ferred referred to Commissioner Waters.
Bid of Messrs. Tucker & Simmons,
submitted in accordance with adver advertisement,
tisement, advertisement, for the furnishing to Mar Marion
ion Marion county of one Ford worm drive
truck in amount of $514.82, was re received
ceived received and upon motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Weathers, seconded by Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Waters, was accepted and
warrant on the road fund ordered is issued
sued issued to pay for same.
The county depository, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices of
the peace and inspectors of marks and
brands filed reports.
"Another Nash." 611
666 cures Blalarial Fever. Adv.
You have never seen such an array
of saucy, snappy boy's TWO-PIECE
SUITS as we have just received.
Jordan's Clothing Department. 27-tf
As goes Maine, so goes Maine.
New York Morning Telegraph.
Beautiful long-stemmed dahlias, in
five colors. Phone 550. 6-tf
As I am compelled to get the wood
off of the land, I will sell for a short
time the best red oak or pine season seasoned
ed seasoned strand wood for $2.25 per strand,
four-foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone
471-Blue. Earl Gibbons. North Os Osceola
ceola Osceola street. 5-7t
Out of 2,608 prisoners at Leaven Leavenworth
worth Leavenworth more than 900 are narcotic
cases.
One pound C. & S. Coffee 30c with
one dollar purchase other groceries
Saturday only. TEAPOT SELF SELF-SERVE.
SERVE. SELF-SERVE. 6-2t
DON BEY cigars are better. 6-10t

We have a service car. Call
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STATEMENT OP THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT. CIRCUIiATION,
etc.. required by the Act of Congress or August 24. 1912. of the Ocala Evttalnff
Star, published daily except Sunday at Ocala. Fla.. for October 1. 1922.
State of Florida. County of Marion, ss.:
Before me. a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid, per personally
sonally personally appeared P. V. Leavengood. who. having been duly sworn according to
law. deposes and says that he is the business manager of the Ocala Evening
Star, and that the following is. to the best of hie knowledge and belief, a true
statement of the ownership, management (and If a dally paper, the circulation)
etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown In the above caption, re required
quired required by the act of August 24. 1912, embodied in section 443, postal law and
regulations, -printed on the reverse of this form, to-wlt:
1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor
and business managers are:
Publisher, Star Publishing Company, Ocala, Florida.
Editor, J. H. Benjamin, Ocala, Florida.
Managing editor, none.
Business Manager. P. V. Leavengood. Ocala. Florida.
2. That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of individual own owners,
ers, owners, or. if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stock stockholders
holders stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock).
Mrs. H. I Bittinger Ocala, Florida.
Miss Adele Bittinger Ocala, Florida,
P. V. Leavengood ...Ocala, Florida.
H. D. Leaven good.... ..Ocala, Florida.
J. H. Benjamin Ocala, Florida.
3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or
other securities are: Munroe & Onambllss National Bank.
4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the own owners,
ers, owners, stockholders and security holders, if any. contain not only the list of
stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the com company
pany company but also, in cases where the stockholder or security solder appears upon
the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the
name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, la given:
also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full
knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which,
stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the
company as trustees, hold stock and securities In a capacity other than that of
a bona fide owner: and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other per person,
son, person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or indirect in the said
stock, bonds or other securities than as so stated by him.
5. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publication
sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during
the six months preceding the date shown above is, 900.
ed from dally publications only).
P. V. LSAVEHOOOD,
Sworn and subscribed before me this 4th day of October, 1922.
(Notary Seal) H. A. TEN ETCK.
(My Commission Expires Sept. 9, 192) Notary Public

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C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipment
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
OYSTERS
Starting today we will receive Apa Apa-lachicola
lachicola Apa-lachicola oysters every day. Phone
562. Delivery. Crescent Fish Mar Market.
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You can get your garbage cans in
three sizes at B. GOLDMAN'S. 4-6t

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PHONE 252
Will take pupils in violin, piano and
voice with theory lessons free'. Terms
reasonable. Will offer classes in his history
tory history of music, sight singing, dictation
and ear training for small fee. Special
attention given ont of town pupils pupils-Write
Write pupils-Write or call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 305. 9-15-tf
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISERIENTS

(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum ut six lines one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month 13.00. All account payable In
advaare except to tioae -who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
COLONIAL DINING ROOM Serves
meals. Prices reasonable. ( Good
service and home cooking. 9-lm
SALESWOMAN WANTED In Ocala
to call on housewives and Bell high
grade line cf home necessities. Un Unless
less Unless you are reliable and can furnish
good references don't apply. Good
commission with guarantee. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 631, Jacksonville,
Fla. 10-9-2t
LOST Navy blue silk rain-sun um umbrella
brella umbrella with amber ring handle.
Finder please return to Mrs. Grider
Perkins, 511 Fort King Ave and re receive
ceive receive reward. 9-3t
NOTICE I will pay S10 reward to
any person who will locate the cur
dog that was taken one mile off the
Blitchton road Sept. 30th. Right
foot, solid white., one right brindle
ear, hing legs dew clawed. If you
find this dog please notify E. Cros Crosby,
by, Crosby, one mile on Blitchton road, or
Dan Killing, Main s'treet, and get
your money. 9
WANTED To buy, a roller top "desk.
Must be in go'od condition and cheap
for cash. Address P. O. Box 261,
Ocala. 6-2t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply at
No. 803 E. Second St. 10-6-3t
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
FORD FOR SALE 1922 model Ford
touring car at a bargain. R. R.
Carroll, Ocala, Fla. 10-5-3t
FOR SALE Auto shed. Inquire of
Mrs. Geo. F. Young, 215 South Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla street. 4-6t
FOR RENT Upstairs apartment,
furnished. Phone 207-Blue. Mrs.
W. V. Newsom, 1129 East Fort
King avenue. 20-tf
MUSIC Will take pupils in violin,
piano and voice with theory Wessons
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 One 7-passenger Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker and one Ford light truck.
. Williams Garage. 3-tf
FOR SALE Dahlias. Call 550. 3-3t
WANTED Boarders; meals and
room $7.50 per week. No. 15 West
Fifth street. 10-3-6t
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished
or unfurnished for light housekeep
ing. Apply at 316 E. Fifth St. 4-3t
TAILORING Am in a position to do
ladies tailoring. Have had three
years experience with lady tailors j
in large city, also general experi experience
ence experience in town. Mrs. H. J. Willard,
at Affleck Millinery Parlor. 4-6t
FOR SALE Surplus stock of thor thor-oughbred
oughbred thor-oughbred White Leghorn roosters.
Some worth 5, will sell for $3. K.
Wilson, Silver Springs road, half half-mile
mile half-mile from springs. 3-6t
FOR SALE One fine brood sow and
eleven pigs, cheap for cash. Apply
to L. Wr. Holstun, at the Union sta station,
tion, station, Ocala- 10-2t
FOR RENT On Fort King avenue,
close in, furnished rooms. Phone
182. 9-29-tf
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 SALE Brand new 3-horsepower
International engine and wood sawv
ing outnt. Burns kerosene or gaso gasoline.
line. gasoline. Apply to R. L. Carter, taxi
driver, phones 526 or 527. 6-6t
WANTED Clean cotton rags not
sewing room scraps. 5c. a pound.
Star office.
INFORMATION WANTED
In 1S95 a girl baby was left on the
doorstep of the Methodist parsonage
at Ocala. This child was placed im immediately
mediately immediately in a good home and shortly
after the foster parents went north
The child became a woman, graduated
with high honors at a prominent in
stuuuon oi learning ana now noids a
responsible position. She earnestly
desires to know if her mother still
lives or any information regarding
her parentage. Any information will
be gratefully received by her and held
in strictest confidence. Address, In Inquirer,
quirer, Inquirer, P. O. Box 197, Spartanburg,
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OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.
Mr. C. E. Connor of Inverness was
a visitor in town today.
" Mr. J. D. Wilkes left yesterday for
a business triD to West Palm Beach.
The Merchants '& Miners frequent
sailings from Jacksonville to Balti
more and Philadelphia attract vaca
tionists. also the business man. Ad
dress Mr. C. M. Haile, general agent,
Jacksonville, for full particulars. It
Miss Nellie Morton of St. Peters
burg is visiting Mrs. T. C. Wilson on
the Blitchton road.
Miss Annie Benton Fuller yester
day afternoon went to Tampa, where
she will spend the next few days.
Ask for DON REY cigars.
6-10t
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. John T. Moore and daughter,
Mrs. Lyons and infant son, returned
to Tampa today after a short visit in
Ocala.
Mrs. J. B. Carlisle went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday afternoon for a visit
with her daughter, Miss Fannie Car Carlisle.
lisle. Carlisle. "Another Nash." 6tl
Call 76 at 12 o'clock. Hot rolls and
bread every day. 6:30 p. m. hot bread.
Broadway Bakery, No. 16 W. Broad
way. 9-12t
Mrs. N. WT. Meadows left yesterday
afternoon for Macon, Ga., where she
will spend the next week with her
daughter, Mrs. Chapman.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miller, who are
spending their honeymoon at the Da
vis cottage, North Lake Weir, were in
Ocala this morning for a few hours.
DON REY quality cigars. 6-10t
For sale, 1920 Cleveland speedster,
mechanically in Al condition. Easy
terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor oCm-
pany. 2-tf
The following from Ocala are
spending a few days in Miami, and
are registered at the Hotel Ta-Miami,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hays, J. M. Cra
mer and G. W. Parks.
Mrs. George Blitch is giving her
apartment house on Fort King a coat
of paint which will greatly improve
the property. He has already made
a number of repairs on this property.
Ask for Broadway Bakery Daisy
Bread. If your merchant does not
have it. ohone 76. Quick delivery, 5
and 15-cent loaves. 9-12t
DON REY cigars are better. 6-10t
Mr. W. E. Johnson of the Clark,
Ray, Johnson Company of Martel, is
driving a Nash six- touring car, re recently
cently recently purchased from Blalock Bros.,
local dealers.
The Intermediate B. Y. P. U. of
the Baptist church will have at its
leader Mrs. R. H. Floyd, who will take
the place of Miss Ola Sims, who has
gone to Groveland to make her home.
Just Teceived, a new shipment of
garbage cans. Phice $1.45. Farmers
Supply Co., Phone 374-Blue. 6-6t
Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Palmer left I
this morning for Clearwater and
Tampa for a week's stay. They had
intended going last week, but had to
postpone their trip when Mrs. Palmer
was taken with dengue just before
they were ready to start.
Mrs. Claude Nelson has returned to
Jacksonville after a short visit in 1
Ocala with her mother, Mrs. Mary j
Pooser. She was accompanied home
by her little daughter, Jean, who has
been with her grandmother for sev-'
eral weeks.
"Another Nash." 6tl
Largest and most complete assort assortment
ment assortment of men's hats and s-hoes in Ocala.
Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 5-tf
666 quickly relieves a ecld. Adv.
Dr. E. G. Teek left this afternoon
for Tallahassee, accompanied by his
little son. E. G. Jr. Dr. Peek is a
member of the state medical exam exam-ing
ing exam-ing board and goes to attend a meet meeting
ing meeting of that body. He expects to re return
turn return home Wednesday afternoon.

ANNUAL CONVENTION OF

THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST
(Continued from First Page)
6 p. m. Religious education supper
conference.
7:30 p. m. Devotional W. H.
Coleman.
National convention echoes.
Thursday, October 12th
8 a., m. Divisional Bible school
conference, directed by regional sup superintendent.
erintendent. superintendent. Devotional J. W. Greep.
Religious education session with E.
B. Quick presiding.
Reports of committees.
2 p. m. Devotional A. C. Pink Pink-ston.
ston. Pink-ston. Ejection of officers.
The Florida Christian Home J
T.
Boone.
Southern Christian Home J.
Gentry, Atlanta, Ga.
Southeastern Christian College
Prof. G. J. Parrish, Atlanta, Ga.
7:30 p. m. Devotional John Simp
son.
Sermon, "The Exaltation of
Chrits" Roland Nichols.
For men of good taste, DON REY
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The two days' program of the
Christian Endeavor for the central
district, which was held in Ocala Sat
urday and Sunday, was concluded at
ast night's service. The meeting
proved both beneficial and interesting
to all present, there being about
forty-five delegates in attendance. The
address yesterday morning by Dr.
Karl Lehmann, state president, was
forceful and an inspiration to those
who were fortunate enough to hear
it. On Saturday afternoon the visit visiting
ing visiting members were entertained by the
local organization with a picnic at
Silver Springs. A number of the
party enjoyed a swim in the springs,
which the warm weather made most
acceptable, and later the tempting
lunch was spread at the long tables
under the trees. It has been a pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to have the delegates from our
neigboring towns and Ocala will
gladly welcome them again.
See our newest novelty effects in
ladies' Red Cross footwear. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. 5-tf
666 cured Dengue Fever. Adv
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf
The friends of Mr. Como Massey
will be delighted to hear that he ex
pects to arrive in Ocala the latter part
of this week with his wife and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Frances, from New York city, to
make this their home. Mr. Massey
was. a resident of Ocala for many
years but since leaving here has made
New York city his home. Mr. Massey
and family will occupy their home on
Third street, which for the past sev seventeen
enteen seventeen years has been the home of
Mr. J. J. Walters and family. Mr.
Massey will entirely renovate the
place and make a number of improve
ments, superintending the work him- j
self. Mr. Walters and family and Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Armour and children
expect to move into their new home
or Fort King Thursday.
Come early and get your Society
rand suits. Guarantee Clothing &
Shoe Company. 5-tf
Yes, we have just got 'em in. You
know we couldn't keep 'em before.
Ladies' $5 and men's $6 saddle sport
oxfords. E. C. Jordan & Co. 6-tf
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DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 258121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533

PAPERS PROVED TO
BE PUNK PROPHETS

(Continued from First Page)
Ward walked. Bush retired the side,
second to first.
Giants: Smith batted for Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham and fanned. Snyder fanned.
Neif popped up to second.
EIGHTH INNING
Yanks: McMillan led off and went
out third to first. Dugan was hit in
the back with the ball. Ruth went
out to first unassisted and Dugan
went to .second. Pipp went out, sec second
ond second to first.
Giants: Bancroft got the count
three and two and then went out to
first unassisted, who made a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful one-hand stop. Groh singled to
center. Frisch doubled to right and
Groh went to third. Meusel grounded
to short and Groh was caught at the
plate while Frisch went to third and
Meusel to second. Young walked and
filled the bases. Kelly singled to cen center
ter center and scored Frisch and Meusel.
King singled and scored Young. Sny
der retired the side when he flew out
to center.
NINTH INNING
Yanks: Meusel led off in the at
tempt to come back. He flew out to
short. Schang and Ward made the
last outs of the 1922 World Series.
Batteries: Yanks, Bush and
Schang; Giants, Nehf and bnyder.
The score by innings: R H
Yanks 100 010 1 03 5
Giants 020 000 03x 5 10
Th' race is to the swift. Philadel
phia Evening Public Ledger.
CHILORENS SHOES
REPAIRED FOR
SCHOOL WEAR
Don't throw away the shoes
the children have4een wear wearing
ing wearing this summer.Jhexe's a
lot of wear in thiuetf if
you'll let us repair them.
HALF SOLES SOLES-WHOLE
WHOLE SOLES-WHOLE SOLES SOLES-RUBBER
RUBBER SOLES-RUBBER HEELS HEELS-LEATHER
LEATHER HEELS-LEATHER HEELS HEELS-ALL
ALL HEELS-ALL WORK GUARANTEED
CHAS. MAZON
(Between Gerig's Drug Store
and 10c. Store)
FOR
Meats
ancl
Groceries
Main Street Market
VV. II. MARSH
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
a ins at OCALA UNION STATION,
fhe following schedule figures pun punished
ished punished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 i'-ro
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
pm
6:15 am
3:30 pm
7:10 am
St. Petersburg l:25pm
Jacksonville 9:00 pm
Homosassa 1:16 pra
(p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
(j) Lakeland 11:03
7:25 am
(p) Monday, Wednesday. Friday,
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive front
2:o4am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:C6pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
Tampa -Manatec-1:55
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am Nifork-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. Petisburg 4:05 pm

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JEANES & DAVIS
Dealers in
Tennessee Horses and Mules
Sales Barn at Sam Christian's Place on the
Atlantic Coast Line R. R., in Ocala
Wc Invite the Public to Sec Them

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Always a Saving Never an Expense
Ice is the one home necessity that always pays for itself many
times over. Now that the fall and winter months are coming
around, keep that in mind for your own household good. You will
save on food bills and protect your family's health by keeping food
in the proper way in a well iced refrigerator. No other method
properly protects the purity of food, so ice is a mighty low prem premium
ium premium to pay for such excellent health insurance.
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OCALA ICE & PACKING CO., Ocala, Fla.

OUR PHO N E S
243 and 174
YOURS FOR SKKVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

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Negotiable Storage Receipt Iaaued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

move, pack, ship
LIVE STOCK,
SGAC
FURNITURE, ETC
Store keeping and merchandising
are two different animals. We mer
chandise, giving intelligent service
from clean, orderly well chosen stock.
Ask for our Arrow handkerchiefs In
sealed packages. E. C. Jordan & Com,
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Visitors to the
Cemetery
Usually admire tnonuments of
simple dignity and good taste.
We are proud to say that me memorials
morials memorials of our 1 aking are se selected
lected selected as the finest cf all Ihey
1 n seen. Our work not ex ex-Ienive.
Ienive. ex-Ienive. You can procure h
i:.o.iui:ieat for u surprisingly
small turn considering quality
and workmanship.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
Phone 183
'Wttrot
In the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conveni convenience
ence convenience in each room. Dinin;
room service is second to none.
tOBERT M. MEYER, Manager,
r. E. KAVANAUGH, Proprietor
TRANSFER
STORAGE
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296
It will be to your advantage tq look
lthese over: 40 pr. men's shoes and ox
,fordsi 33 Pr- ladies' white rfords; 20
Pr- mens white oxfords; 24 pr. men's
work 8hoes to be discontinued from
our Btoc?c Kuser KlnS Brand)
tat a loss to correct a mistake. E. C.
Jordan & Co.
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