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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

EVENING

ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESSTIME
WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday, p probably showers on southeast coast, little change in tea per a tax
TEMPERATURES This Morning, 68; This Afternoon, 84.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:34; Sets, 5:51
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 252

3 Ml k

MANY VISITORS
INSPECT M'KAY'S

Handsome Store of This Enterprising
Firm Formally Opened to The
Public This Morning
As announced in yesterday's paper
the new store of George MacKay and
Company was formally opened this
morning. An invitation was extended
to everybody in town and county to
visit this store today. From the looks
of the steady stream of men and
women that was parsing through the
front doors this morning quite a large
percentage of the population has ac accepted
cepted accepted the invitation.
MacKay's presented each of the
first 150 housewives who entered the
store with a three-piece aluminum
kitchen set consisting of a spoon, a
cake beater and an egg beater. Be Before
fore Before 9:30 the last, of these gifts had
been distributed. The last one was
given to Mr. Holmes Walters after he
had put up a long, heart-breaking
story to Mrs. J. L. Wiley, who presid presided
ed presided over the gifts. He explained to
Mrs. Wiley that he had been called
"Sallie" all his life and he felt like
he was entitled to some recompense
for bearing this nickname. It is the
first time in his life that his girls'
name has ever been worth anything
to him so Sallie got his spoons.
The lower floor of the store was
presided over this morning by Bob
MacKay. Bob met all the visitors
with a pleasant smile and showed
them over his new store with just
pride. It was noticeable that Bob was
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tnan to ine men dui who can uiamc i
Bob for that when the boss of the
building department left his office on j
the second floor to escort ladies
around the first floor.
After the visitors had viewed all
the beautifully arranged stock on the

7 w i, 7vt3!nounced his candidacy for the Senate
from Mrs. Wiley and she directed

them upstairs to the furniture depart- J
ment. There Mr. Bledsoe was in i
charge and cheerfully showed the vis-
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itors over his new stock of household
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fiirnishintrK. In addition to his ree- i
ular corps of helpers, Mr. Bledsoe was
assisted this morning by Miss Annie
MacKay. Miss MacKay was a little
inexperienced in her new job, but did
(Continued on Fourth Page)

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'The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel in the South'

MIAMI,

Rates Reasonable

The Commercial and Business Man Always Welcome

TMY THE

One week and become an enthu enthusiast.
siast. enthusiast. Visit our Fresh Meat De Department.
partment. Department. Beef, Pork, Veal, all
kinds of Sausages. And its clean
and sanitary.
Grocery Specials You Can't go Wrong on

Twelve cans
TOMATOES.
Twelve cans
GOOD CORN.
Three packages
$1.25
$1.50
of
CORN
25c
35c
17c
FLAKES or
POST TOASTIES
Three packages
QUAKER OATS
Best WHITE
BACON, per lb.

FREE
One piece of Aluminum with each $5.00 purchase
while they last. Two phones for delivery: Phone
Store No. 1, 195; Store No, 2, 614.
U-SERVE STORES

LLOYD GEORGE IS
ROT YET LICKED

Intends to Appeal for Justification
Of His Policy to The Brit British
ish British Electorate
Leeds, England, Oct. 21. (By the
Associated Press). Retiring Premier
Lloyd George, speaking at a great
meeting of coalition imperialists here
today declared the banner of party
strife had been hoisted at the recent
meeting of conservatives, which voted
against continuing the coalition.
"It is for the people of this coun country,"
try," country," he exclaimed, "to decide whether
the party comes first or the nation
first. I stand for the people."
AMERICANS WITHDRAWING
FROM SANTO DOMINGO
Provisional Government in the Island
Republic Established Today
Washington, Oct. 21. The formal
installation of a provisional govern government
ment government in the Dominican republic today
will be followed by withdrawal of
the American military governor, in
accordince with the plan of evacuation
to be carried out by the provisional
authorities.
QUIT THE KUKLUX
Mayfield Says He Resigned
Becoming a Candidate
Before
Corsicana, Texas, Oct. 21. (By the
Associated Press). Earl B. May
field, democratic candidate for United
States senator, admitted today he once
.
was a member of the Kuklux Klan,
when questioned as a witness in liti litigation
gation litigation in Navarro district court,
which seeks to keep his name off the
ballot. He said he joined at Austin
but resigned in January before he an-
SILENT ABOUT THE STORM
T,oro v
Washington, Oct. 21. There nave
,r;;r,;xr f
been no reports from the vicinity of
. . .
ithe tropical storm since Friday morn
ing but the center of the storm this
morning is probably over the extreme
southern portion of the Bay of Cam Cam-peche
peche Cam-peche and approaching the Mexican
coast.
FLORIDA
tmnnw
U-SffiVE
13 POUNDS OF
SUGAR FOR.
$1.00
MORRIS. Supreme
BUTTER, per lb.
15-oz package Seed-
less.RAISINS..
18-oz. can Kingan's
Pork and Beans.
Best APPLES,
pound
46c
22 c
10c
8c

Ta-ffiami

TIME WILL TELL

Whether Kemal Bey is a Gifted
Statesman or Nothing But
a Cheerful Liar
Angora, Oct. 21. (By Associated
Press). The Turkish nationalists
signed the Mudania armistice to prove ;
their peaceful intentions to the world
and not because of pressure from the
Eritish foreign minister, Kemal Bey
told the national assembly yesterday
in reply to Lloyd George's recent
speech in Manchester, England.
JUSTICE DAY WILL
LEAVE THE BENCH
It Will Take All His Time to Umpire
The German Claims
Washington, Oct. 21. (Associated
Press). Associate Justice William R.
Day of the supreme court, has decided
definitely to resign from the bench in
view of his duties as umpire in the
German-American claims negotiations
and is expected to formally present
his resignation as justice to President
Harding early next week.
AUCTION PARTIES
The opening of the fall season of
social gaiety has been ushered in this
week and the prospects are that there
will be a busy winter. This week has
been unusually full and the two par parties
ties parties yesterday afternoon and last
nierht eriven by Miss Sara Dehon at
her home on Daugherty street, will be
remembered as among the prettiest of
the season. The perfection of detail
and the cordial hospitality of the hos-
tess, who was assisted in entertaining
by her mother, Mrs. N. R. Dehon,
made the affairs most enjoyable to the
guests.
Miss Dehon and Mrs. Dehon met the
guests as they arrived and after they
had taken off their wraps, tally cards
were given them by Miss Jess Dehon,
sister of the hostess. Auction was
the game enjoyed at both of the af
fairs and in the afternoon there were
six tables and in the evening there
were seven tables of players. The
living rooms on the lower floor were
beautifully decorated, potted plants
and cut flowers being used, and a dif different
ferent different color scheme being carried out
in each room. Vases of dainty pink
vine were used in the front room, deep
crimson dahlias in the dining room
and jardinieres and baskets of wild
flowers in the living room.
In the afternoon after an interest interesting
ing interesting game of auction scores were col collected
lected collected and Mrs. Harvey Clark and
Mrs. Harry Walters were presented
with pretty and useful gifts, the for former
mer former receiving an ivory rose pendant
attached to a black ribbon and the
latter a bud vase. In the evening
Miss Loureen Spencer was presented
with a long-handled powder puff and
Miss Mary Burford was given a use useful
ful useful vanity case. Refreshments were
served after the games consisting of
chicken salad, wafers, olives and hot
coffee and angel cake. On the tables
during the games were bon-bon con
tainers filled with candy.
in the afternoon the hostess was
assisted by Mrs. Walter Jreer, Mrs.
E. H. Martin and Mrs. Leon Mason,
and in the evening Mrs. James Knight,
Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Dehon and Miss
Jess Dehon assisted the hostess in
looking after the pleasure of the
guests.
Those guests playing in the after
noon were Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs.
Harvey Clark, Mrs. Weller Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Mrs. John Good, Mrs. H. W.
Henry. Mrs. J. G. Parrish. Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston, Mrs. J. K. Dickson, Mrs.
J. D. Robertson, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs.
T. S. Trantham, Mrs. O. E. Cox, Mrs.
Bland Ware, Mrs. E. J. Crook, Mrs.
Max Israelson, Mrs. H. A. Waterman,
Mrs. Mallory Liddon, Mrs. F. H. Lo
gan, Mrs. W. A. Wilds, Mrs. George
Ciose, Mrs. Frank Denton, Mrs. Harry
Walters, Mrs. Leon Mason and Miss
Mamie Taylor. The list of those play playing
ing playing in the evening included Mrs. A.
M. Withers, Mrs. Parker Painter, Mrs.
H. C. Nichols, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.,

Mrs. Mack Taylor, Mrs. Allen Walk Walk-ley,
ley, Walk-ley, Mrs. Charles Simpson, Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert Harriss, Mrs. Edmund Martin,
Mrs. Paul Simmons, Mrs. Leverett
Futch, Mrs. R. S. Hall, Misses Stella
and Nina Camp, Pearl Ray, Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Louise Spencer, Loureen Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, Ethel Home, Annie Benton Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, Adele Bittinger, Onie Chazal,
Alice Sexton, Vesta Jarrett, Betty
Cole and Bettie Davis.

The man who, after passing you
for ten years, suddenly greets you
your name hasn't been reading

editorial on courtesy. He has just been j at Pitirg, California, is construct construct-nominated
nominated construct-nominated for something. New York e i of ,een sections, each section of
Tribune. j a diffe tvnp of concrete navpmpnf

Strange that rival political candi candidates
dates candidates think it necessary to in vent lies
about each other when the plain truth
would probably be bad enough.
Boston Shoe and Leather Reporter.

TBI TO TOW THE
SNIP Off TOMORROW

Clyde line's Staunch Boat Is So Far
Undamaged and May
Be Saved
Jucksoaville, Oct. 21 Radio reports
today from the fleet of tugs in Nassau
inlet to insist the Clyde liner Lenape
said they expected to attach tackle to
the big vjssel tonight and hoped to
float her tomorrow. The Lenape is
reported undamaged, resting easy
with her bow in nineteen feet of water
and herstern on the bar. Five of the
most powerful tugs on the Atlantic
coast are standing by.
SOME MORE HOT
STUFF FROM SIMS
Decares Navy is No Better Prepared
In Proportion Than It
Was in 1917
Ceveland, O., Oct. 21. The United
Staes navy was not prepared for war
in 917, is no better prepared today
tha it was then and never will be
proared under the present organiza organiza-tio
tio organiza-tio plan, Admiral William S. Sims,
recntly retired from the United
Stces navy, declared in an address
bere the City Club.
he navy department at Washing Washing-to
to Washing-to bungled and mismanaged the fleet
diing the war and since the war
tbr has been no clear indication of a
dbosition to put the navy in fighting
j tn, Admiral Sims asserted,
j The navy has not been properly
; hailed," Admiral Sims said, "because
ofmistakes made at Washington.
Yi know nothing of these except
wit those in control wanted you to
kiw. When I came back from the
w I could have sat tight and let
thgs take their course or I could ex ex-pe
pe ex-pe the mistakes in the hope that
th would not be made again.
i3ad I done the former I could be
wiring along with Mr. Daniels today,
fipatively speaking, bedecked with
gc braid up to my elbows. A con con-gisional
gisional con-gisional investigation was made
afr the war and all the republicans
we certain the majority report was
co3ct and all democrats unhesitat unhesitating
ing unhesitating accepted" the minority report.
Bithe people as a whole were not
intested. There was no one, no great
ne paper interested enough to dig
ouhe facts of the evidence from be be-hhthe
hhthe be-hhthe great smoke screen of irrele-
va matter.
'on't blame Congress for Ameri-
caunpreparedness. Congressmen do
on! what their constituents want
the to do."
'aching on the airplane and sub sub-raae
raae sub-raae in future wars, Admiral Sims
deeed the country which has the
prenderance of this type of fighting
era will control the situation when when-evehey
evehey when-evehey appear in sufficient numbers
to erwhelm the aircraft and sub sub-maes
maes sub-maes of the enemy.
QUESTIONS
h did P. T. Barnum arrive at his
probial conclusion about people
lovi to be fooled ?
H did Brumby catch on to it and
utilit?
H many streets does the city
coui expect to pave at present
cost
H long will a tower stand erect
if b; on a sand foundation?
H long will a pavement last on
a th bed of sand instead of a thin
cush?
H is it we need paved streets if
sand a good paving material?
Hmuch sand roads has Florida
now existence?
Htmuch more will we have to
havefore we get sick of them?
Hdong will Magnolia street last
if it paved on the original sand
bed?
Honuch will it be worth paved
that y?
Hdoes a man get a job requiring
techrt ability without technical
train?
Ho?an a man be city engineer
when is not an engineer?
Ho;ould a councilman get his
moneack if the manager was fired
befor paid up?
Hoo your expect to pay your
prese.ssessment ?
Hoid the council get that way,
and aw much per?
Hoid the city gets its council,
and vie from? Q. Riosity.
by
by j a
t, a quarter of a mile long
an i iaid d jn tne shape of a race track
Forty tor trucks travel continu continuously
ously continuously r its surface. The problem
i? to foot which type will last the
longest is hoped that the infor infor-matioiained
matioiained infor-matioiained will more than offset
the cof the experiment.

MEI! IS SORE

. ABOUT HIS LIQUOR
Declares that Daugherty Went Moses
One Better in Making
The Sea Dry
Chicago, Oct. 21. Across the ban banquet
quet banquet board last night Chairman Las Las-ker,
ker, Las-ker, of the shipping board, told Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General Daugherty and other
banqueters that Daugherty's recent
ruling that all ships entering Ameri American
can American waters must be dry was the
greatest blow that could have hap happened
pened happened to the American merchant ma marine.
rine. marine. "I can prove," he told the audit bu bureau
reau bureau of circulations and its guests,
"that Mr. Daugherty is the greatest
law maker of all time. Moses only
made the Red Sea dry."
LAKE MICHIGAN SHORE
PATROLLED BY LIONS
St. Joseph, Mich., Oct. 21. (By the
Associated Press). A lion hunt is on
in Chikaming and New Buffalo town townships
ships townships today with the sheriff personally
in charge of a posse. Farm children
are being kept closely at home and
even the country schools closed yes yesterday
terday yesterday as the result of a fright that
has spread on account of the reported
roaming at large of two lions along
the Lake Michigan shore. Several
persons have seen the animals accord according
ing according to reports to the sheriff. The re report
port report spread that the lions escaped
from a circus near Peoria, 111.
RAINS BRING DISASTER
TO COSTA RICA
San Juan, Costa Rica, Oct. 21. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen persons were drowned in floods
yesterday which swept the Crotina
district. The floods were caused by
heavy rains.
MAX ISRAELSON
NOT A PHILANTHROPIST
Upon being congratulated by a Star
reporter upon his philanthropic turn
as implied by his ad. which appears in
today's paper, Mr. Max Israelson of
Frank's, Inc., said:
"Philanthrophy nothing; that ad.
was written with the intention of
bringing people to this block, and
showing them that they can come
very near getting everything they
want right here, without even getting
from under the awnings. If the public
can be made to see that such condi conditions
tions conditions exist, I will get my full share of
the business that comes into the block,
as I always have an attractive line
on display in my show windows and
on the sale counters. I am a great
believer in co-operation, and you will
find by referring to man yof my ads.
in the past, I have attempted to get
people in the town and country to
trade with the home merchants, even
in lines that do not handle. I know
that it will be beneficial to people to
trade at home, and if more of our
Ocala merchants would try to impress
this upon them (and prove it) many
thousands of dollars would stay right
here instead of being sent to far away
mail order houses. So, you see, there
is nothing really philanthropic about
my advertisement; it is just in line
with my policy."
CORA LOU MUST HAVE
HAD A HOPELESS CASE
Atlanta, Oct. 21. Mrs. Cora Lou
Vinson, under death sentence for
killing her husband, Dr. J. R. Vinson
here several months ago, was granted
a new trial today by Judge Humph Humphries
ries Humphries in superior court and immediate immediately
ly immediately entered a plea of guilty. She was
sentenced to serve a life term in state
prison.
Vinson was shot in the head in his
drug store last March. His wife claim claimed
ed claimed the shooting resulted from a scuf scuffle
fle scuffle between them over a pistoL The
case was unusual in that Mrs. Vinson
was the first woman in many years to
be given the death penalty in Fulton
county.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners on or before the 8th day of
November, 1922, will receive bids for
the furnishing to said county one
twenty-two horsepower touring car,
completely equipped with starter, de demountable
mountable demountable rims and extra tire and
him. The bid of the lowest respon responsible
sible responsible bidder will be accepted unless
the said board shall reject all bids be because
cause because the same are too high.
Board of County Commissioners
of Marion County, Florida.
By T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Sat-21-28-4t Clerk.
Home is a place while the car is
being fixed. Greenville Piedmont.

All UNUSUAL OFFER

Intoxicated Autoist Killed a Child;
Offers His Own Daughter
In Expiation
San Francisco, Oct. 21. Charles
Buckley, an electrician, who while in intoxicated,
toxicated, intoxicated, the police charge, ran down
and killed Marion Newton, are four.
with an automobile Wednesday night,
today offered to give his own child,
Isabel, age five, to the parents of Lit
tle Marion.
The offer was refused by Marion's
mother. Mrs. Buckley, who was in
the machine with her husband when
Marion was killed, said she was
agreeable to Buckley's offer, which
was made through his attorney, "If it
would sufficiently compensate that
other mother for what she has lost."
Buckley is in jail awaiting trial on
a charge of manslaughter and driving
an automobile while intoxicated.
INDEPENDENT PROSECUTOR
IS STIRRING THEM UP
New Brunswick, Oct. 21. (By the
Associated Press). Working inde independently,
pendently, independently, Prosecutor Striker, of Mid Middlesex
dlesex Middlesex county, today prepared to
question at least five persons in an
effort to obtain sufficient evidence to
warrant arrest in the Hall-Mills mur
der case.
FORTY-FOUR HOURS
A WEEK TO PRINT
New Orleans, Oct. 21. The confer conference
ence conference of the International Allied Print
ing Trades Association, which will
have before it the forty-four hour
wek in commercial printing plants as
the principal topic, will be held here
today.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, Oct. 21. Generally
fair and cooler weather is the fore forecast
cast forecast for Florida the week beginning
Sunday.

NOTICE!

The electric current will be cut oil to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow Sunday at 12 o'clock, M., for,
about three hours to make some necessary
repairs at the plant.

Crowd your
nogs tor
the early

Keep them healthy thrifty, free from worms, their bowels
active, fit for thrift.
Feed
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic
No clogging of the system, little chance for disease, every
reason for thrift.
We sell it. We guarantee it,
AOTMIWDPOLY DRUG STORE
OCALA. FLORIDA

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Tfl mm horn mamy bog
CRESCENT
Bice, per pound 7c
Eggs, per dozen 43c
One quart Florida Syrup 30c
$1.00 Broom for 85c
85c. Broom for 60c
Pint Heinz Vinegar 20c
One peck Irish Potatoes 60c
2 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes 25c
Beef Roast, per pound 18c
Steak, per pound 20c
Pork Ham, per pound. 25c
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR

SA

SUGAR
WE DELIVER TO ANY

Crescent Grocery & Market
PHONE 562

SMALL DELEGATION
TO TALLAHASSEE

Only Commissioners, Bond Trust
And Secretary Chamber of Com-
merce Will Go to the Capital
The Marion County Motor Onh t
its called meeting last niirht di
that the information presented to it
did not justify sending a larms dela
tion to Tallahassee to protest to f""S
state road department against further
construction at this time on road No.
1 west of Lake City. It was decided
that the Columbia-Hamilton County
Motor Club be advised that members
of the board of county commissioners
and bond trustees having already ar-
ranged to go to Tallahassee on other
matters, a representative of the Mar
ion County Motor Club would join
them and that at presnt a large dele delegation
gation delegation would not be sent. The local
votor club' .voted to send Louis H.'
Chazal, secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce, "to represent it."
A letter had been received from the
Columbia-Hamilton County Motor
Club stating that the state road de
partment proposed the construction of
a new piece of highway with state
funds through Suwanee and Madison
counties, in face of the fact that the
department already had contracts with
counties along road No. 2 for roads
now under construction and incom
plete. Telegrams sent by the local
club to Chairman H. B. Philips, of
the state road department, yesterdey,
aid not develop the fact that hr -e-
partment proposed building the nigh-
way through Madison and Suwanee
counties. Although Chairman PhiHn
states that the consideration of fur
ther construction work west of Lake
City will come up before the depart
ment next week.
The club went on record as enthus
iastically endorsing the action of the
county commissioners in employing a
county road engineer.
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SPECIALS
Kingan's Picnic Hams, lb. .25e
Kingan's Box Bacon, per lb. 48c
Pork Sausage, per lb ...... 20e
Sugar Cured Ham, per lb.. 45c
Pam -Olive Soap, per cake. V. 9c
Qt. Apalachicol Oysters.... 65c
Lamb Chops, per pound. . 35c
Fresh Water Trout per lb. .20c
Lamb Roast, per pound. ...30c
Mullet, per pound... ....... 10c
Sea Trout, per pound..... 20c
TURD AY AND MONDAY,
PER POUND, 8c
PART OF THE CITY

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922

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That little Tom Hardwick, who
helped to worry Woodrow Wilson, is
now politically dead and will soon be

buried.

The democratic party in Georgia,
which is honoring Mrs. Felton now,
was calling her husband everything

but a gentleman forty-five years ago.

but generally speaking, it makes rum
so blamed mad he feels liks standing

his ground if he is knocked into a
cocked hat. Any man who will not
dim his headlights when he meets a

gentleman ought to have his optics
trimmed in mourning."

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BE CONGRATULATED

ish homes and made 1,000,000 Turks
homeless, also the charge that they
burned Smyrna. Times-Union.
Always six or seven sides to every
question.
EIGHT YEARS AGO

The members of the 1921-2 board

of commissioners of Marion are to be
congratulated for their good sense
and progressive spirit in electing a

road engineer for the county, and
wise discrimination in selecting such
a competent man. Let the people
steadily back up this policy, and they
will soon see improvement in road
conditions.

DEMOCRATIC DOLLARS

German marks are very dim, but
we have one money can't buy. A sol soldier
dier soldier boy we are interested in sent it
to us from Ehrenbrietstein early in
1919.

Prexy Harding says the eighteenth
amendment will never be repealed,
and all the papers are printing what
he says about it. We said the same
thing over a year ago, and nobody
paid any attention to us.

Sam McAteer, the homemade far farmer
mer farmer and lifelong democrat, handed us
a campaign dollar this morning. The
only trouble about men like Sam is
to at they are not enough of them. We

now have nine democratic dollars,
which we propose to send to the com committee
mittee committee Monday. Some good scout
corne forward and make it ten:
Following is the list:
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
Wm. D. Taylor 1.00
Countess von Schimon 5.00
James P. Taylor 1.00
J. W. Hunter 1.00
W. T. Gary 1.00

J. G. Parrish 1.00
W. W. Stripling 1.00
John H. Taylor 1.00
K. C. Moore 1.00
Ocala Banner 5.00
Rev. C. L. Collins 1.00
Sam McAteer 1.00

Oct. 21, 1914. German forces try trying
ing trying to advance along the Belgian

coast toward Dunkirk were shelled by
British ships and driven inland.
Russians for the last few days hav having
ing having the worst of it on the eastern
front.
Both Germans and Allies beginning
to "dig in" along the western front.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

An unusually wise person shows
where the prodigal son overlooked a
bet. Instead of eating of the husks
that he fed to the swine, why didn't
he grab a fat little swine and roast it
out in the woods some night?

We hope the Interstate Commission
will heed the Oklawaha Valley rail railroad's
road's railroad's desire to link with the South Southern.
ern. Southern. It would be a mighty fine thing
for Ocala to have another great rail railway
way railway system looking in here.

There is a man in this town who is
such a horseshoe pitching fiend that
ibe other morning he woke up and
found that he had' pitched his pocket pocket-book
book pocket-book out of the window. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. We'd hate to do that. We keep our
ledge receipts in our pocketbook.
One Florida newspaper recently
criticised another for referring to the
Dardanelles as "the straits." The at attention
tention attention of Lloyd George should be
called to the matter. He did the same
thing in his Manchester speech. Or Orlando
lando Orlando Sentinel.
"Straits" is proper. The criticising
editor was probably a poker player.

Collier's Weekly says: "Even when
guarding an official whoae life has
been threatened, the London cop does
not carry a gun. Observers arguing

the matter talk race prejudice, tem

perament, hoodlumism, respect for

aw, etc., and miss the nub of the

whole thing: law enforcement. A man

who commits murder in England has

about one month to live, and he dies at

the end of a rope. Vast areas of Can

ada north of us are safer from crime

than many streets in Chicago and New

York. The law up there will track a

criminal for weary months, try him

in a few swift, just hours, and then

punishment follows. The prison pop

ulation of England has fallen off by
two-thirds in the last half century. An

American engineer of our acquaint

ance travels as a Britisher in the

wilds of Mexico and Africa simply be

cause he knows from experience that

he is safer. In 1916 there were 7667

culpable homicides" (murders) com

mitted in the United States; in Eng-

and and Wales there were 85. In

1017 there were 89 murders in the

city of Detroit alone, and Detroit is

not a very bad town. Delay, senti
mentality, legal tricks and technical!

ties breed crime and murder. As long

as we complicate and bedevil the en

forcement of the law, our police must

go aimed. The gun is all they have

The Palm Beach Post is trying to
start something by calling upon the
telegraph editors to say how the
"Irish war" is coming on. Hasn't
Johnny Bull enough on his hands with
the bloody Turks? St. Petersburg
Independent.

So far as Ireland is concerned, John
seems to have passed the buck to Pat.

The Winter Haven Chief says: "We
se where the county officials have de decided
cided decided to enforce the order about
dimming lights when automobiles
meet at night. Glad of it. If there

is anything on earth that makes a
fellow feel like taking a sawed-off
shotgun and committing murder it is

to have some high power car with a

headlight like the noon-day sun bear

down on him while' he is walking along

minding his own business on a dark
night. He simply cannot see which

way to dodge if he is inclined to dodge

TOWN PESTS

CM, LOCKJY TH'
UW SuuGGU.- PUP.
AW SHE "VU'

(Evening Star Oct. 21, 1902)

Miss Sara Agnew who has been m
Bellevue hospital, New York city, for
the past few months, has finished her
preparatory course and is ready to

make her two years contract to re-J
main in the hospital, but Miss Sara
is homesick and may remain in Ocala.
Jesse C. Miller left last night for

Macon, Ga., to remain permanently.

Hugh Ross, one of the prosperous

ycung farmers of Gaiter," was in town

today.

Mr. Townsend, the turpentine man

from Norwalk and Salt Springs, was
in town today.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Oct. 21, 1912)
Mr. E. P. Rentz, president of the

Ocala Northern R. R., is in New York

on business for his road.

Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss will

reach home tomorrow afternoon from

three months' vacation, most of

which was spent in the northwest.

Mr. Sam Mathews has returned

from New York, where he spent his

vacation. While there he saw several

of the games between the Giants and

the Red Sox for the world's championship.

Mrs. Leonard Dozier, who has been

confined to her bed sinjee July, when

she fell and broke her hip, went to

Jacksonville yesterday to spend some

time with her son, Mr. Eugene Dozier.

Mrs. Dozier traveled in the drawing

room of the chair car so she could lie

down all the way.

Col. R., L. Anderson returned last

night from New York city, where he

went as attorney for the Mutual Min

ing Company ten days ago. He won

his suit which was brought up in New

York and feels good. Col. Anderson
stopped a few days to see his sons,

who are attending Washington and

Lee University.

Fully one-eighth of all the inhabi

tants of the world live alone the

banks of the Yangtze river, or its tri
butaries.

We have the best meats to be had

in Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf

For sale, 1920 Cleveland speedster,
mechanically in Al condition. Easy

terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor oCm
pany. 2-tf

As a result of a crop failure in Ja

pan last year, that country imported
59,000,000 pounds of rice from Cali

fornia alone during the first five

months of 1922.

Says the St. Petersburg Independ

ent: "At least one store m St. Pe

tersburg sells revolvers, and only re

cently many models of weapons were

displayed in a show window on Cen

tral avenue. Yet it is not on record

that this has caused lawlessness in the

Sunshine City or that the criminal

element has taken advantage of the

opportunity to purchase death-dealing

devices. The Independent is not in

sympathy with the movement to pro prohibit
hibit prohibit the sale of revolvers and pistols

or to stop the manufacture of such
weapons. It does not believe we
should return to the days when a big

man could lord it over a little man,
and it does not believe that law-

abiding people should be disarmed to

become easy prey to the crooks, who

will carry weapons in spite of all

laws."

Merchants & Miners began opera operation
tion operation in 1854. Use this line to reach

northern cities. Round trip, Jackson

ville to Niagara Falls, N. Y $76.72;

Long Branch, N. J $62.07 via Balti
more or Philadelphia. It

With conditions as they are, every

one should save every dollar possible,

Bring your cash, and we will show

you where we can save you money.

Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf

Grace Episcopal
J. J. Neighbour, Rector
Nineteenth Sunday After Trinity
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser

mon.

It will give us pleasure to see you
at church tomorrow.
Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. J.
K. Dickson, superintendmt.
11 a. m. Morning -worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "Links in the Chah of Life."
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Evening vorship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "A Word Study."
y "To be of no church is dangerous."
Better be on the safe side. Come to
church.

Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school.
11 a. m. Morning worship with

sermon by the pastor. Subject, "Spir "Spiritual
itual "Spiritual Poverty."

6:30 p. m. JunUr, Intermediate

and Senior B. Y. P. U.

7:30 p. m. People's popular serv

ice, lhe pastor win preach on the
theme, "Forgetting God."

"Better Go to Church."

Methodist
C. W. White, Pasor
9:45 a. m. Sunday send.
L. W. Duval, superintadent.
11 a. m. Morning serices. Sub

ject of sermon, "The basicquahties of
character as taught by he Beatitudes."

6:30 p. m. Epworth Ltgue.
7:30 p. m. Evening serices. Sub

ject, "Walking With God.

Music by choirs and orhestra.
We have saved a place r you.
Christian
Rev. Charles H. Trout Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday schl.
11 a. m. Communion srvice.
Sermon by the pastor Subject,
Telling About God's Powr House."
7:30 p. m. Evening seice. Sub

ject' of pastor's sermon, Che First
Essential of a Successful ..ife."

On Wednesday evening a special

membership meeting of ie congre

gation.

Welcome to all these seices to ev

ery one.

Catholic
Rev. R. F. Brennan.'astor
Mass on first Sunday oeach month

at 8:30 a. m. Mass on oer Sundays

of month at 9:30 a. m. Jss on week

days at 7 a. n.
Sunday evening servicat 7:30.
Confessions on Saturds from 5 to
6 p. m. and from 7 to 8 m.
Church of Chit
Monroe and OrangStreets
10 a. m. Sunday scbl.
11 a. m. Preaching id commun commun-tion.
tion. commun-tion. Subject, "The Seid Mile."
7:30 p. m. Preach?. Subject,
"The Ideal Church."
There will be servic each night
during the week at 7i.
G. E. Claus of Valdoi, will preach
at each service. Youre cordially
invited to attend these rvices.
Christian Sciendociety
Room 5, Merchas Block.
9:45 a. m. Sunday 100I.
11 a. m. Sunday srice.
Subject of lesson-snon, "Proba "Probation
tion "Probation After Death."
Wednesday eveningeeting 8 p. m.
Reading room ope2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays

A writer is aiming to prove that

Lake county is the original site of the
Garden of Eden. What's the use? We

are all willing to admit that Lake
county is near a duplication of the
original garden as exists in the world

today, so let it go at that. Tampa

Times.

All right but don't forget that
Adam and Eve had to come over into
Marion when they wanted roasting

ears and sweet potatoes.

This Sweet- Child ain't Really got
No Bizness In these here Pest IMe IMe-tures,
tures, IMe-tures, for he's only a Gay College
Boy home for the Vacation, but Still
the New Line of Campus Slang and
his Giddy Gabble of Frats and Proms
and Shifters and Flappers and Studes
does become Rather a Bore before
October.

Little Miss Muffett
Sat on a tuffet,
Taking a tuck in her skirt,
But the fashion sharps spied her,
And began to deride her,
So what could the poor girl do but
get some new material and make one
long enough to drag in the dirt?
Tarpon Springs Leader.
The little Miss Muffets around this
town haven't, and we hope they won't.
It does not seem that there is any

more room in this free America of
ours for a radio trust than for any
other trust. In fact the large ma majority
jority majority feels that about the only really

worthwhile trust is a trust in God.

St. Petersburg Times.

People generally trust Him for

something they want.

M. Bouillon got in a dispatch to

the United States that was not handled
in England so the American people
have a chance of reading the charge

that the Greeks burned 100,000 Turk

The old-time cowboy used the hand

kerchief which encircled his neck, but

not as an ornament. As the cowboy

rode behind a bunch of moving cattle,

the still knotted handkerchief's broad

est part was thrown up over the

wearer's moutn ana nose, exciuamg

the suffocating dust and making

breathing possible.

fr. " 'zz

Marion County Citrus Club

Marion County has half-million boxes of oranges
this year Join our Gifrus Club and help make our
crop a million boxes. See K. G. Moore County
Agent, for particulars.

Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

HOWS YOUR 9
AUTO RUNNING
Maybe you hear those little
squeaking noises in the running
of your car. If so, you'd bet better
ter better have us listen to them for
you they may be serious. We
are experts in repairing elec electrical
trical electrical troubles.
We Sell
FOX
TIRES AND TUBES
DIXIE HIGHWAY HE
James Engesser
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE

ttii::;iiti:ni7 titt t !iti:i: ininii in i: Uinta

S0iND--(22.

OCTOBER MONEY SAVERS
AT GERIG'S DRUG STORE

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A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf
Oysters received daily at the Eagle
Market. Phone 74. free delivery. 18 3t

Ask for Broadway Bakery Daisy

Bread. If your merchant does not
have it, phone 76. Quick delivery, 9
and 15-cent loaves. 9-12t

The American embassy at Buenos
Aires, is to be moved from over the
old mattress shop, which quarters it
has occupied for years, and will be
installed in the new headquarters con consisting
sisting consisting of an entire house comparing
favorably with the embassies and le

gations of eight other nations.
We are now in position to serve
cream, sweet milk, buttermilk and ice
cream in any quantity at the Cream Creamery.
ery. Creamery. Butter can be had nearly all the
time. Marion County Creamery Creamery-Phone
Phone Creamery-Phone 94. 19-6t

The inhabitants cthe island of
Marken in. the ZuidZee wear the
quaintest Dutch costes. Girls and
boys up to the age ceven years are
all dressed exactly ie, in girl's at attire.
tire. attire. Not till the b reach the age
of ten do they bloss forth into full
masculine clothing.rhe change is
gradual.
We have the besteats to be had
ir Florida. Phone!. 13-tf

Chocolate Peppermint Patties,

cents the pound.

Phenolophthalein Tablets, 100 for

59 cents.

Puretest Epsom Salts, 15 cents spe

cial.

Jonteel Combination Cream, 39

cents each.

Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic, 19 cents.
Rexall Kidney Pills, 39 cents the

bottle.
Oriole Fabric Stationery. Regular
50 cent value for 29 cents.
$1.50 Atomizer for 98 cents.
Thes prices good only for October
as long as the goods last. 17-tf

TASTES jUjf G D
in r

$

U new food made from a plant that gets its growth)
in less than one hour.

It possesses mysterious

Drooertv that tfives eneriv.

strength and vitality.
Average diet is deficient
in something; men eat and

eat and get sick, suffer)
and die before their time.J
Vegex seems to supply
this deficiency. A man
who was cured called it

THE MISSING LINK
IN FOOD
Ask your dealer for Vegex TODAY)

SSe. 65c and S10 ara

VITAMIN FOOD CO.. 1819 Broadway. NEW YORjJ

NOTICE

I have cut the price of strand wood
75 cents on the cord, as I am com compelled
pelled compelled to get it off the land. Four Four-foot
foot Four-foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471.
E- Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 16-t?

Albert's Plant rood 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

PICTURE FRAMING

Our picture training department is
again open, xsew mourning and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
notice.
sat-wed GEORGE MacKAY & CO.

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, 9-12$

4

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"Another Ish." 6tf
Your Ford will ie nine miles on
one quart of gas. e B. F. Russell,
1135 S. Orange S 16-6t

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

Oklawaha avenue is only half-done,
but our line is complete. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Co. 19-tf

Make nine miles on one quart of
gas. See B. F. Russell, 1135 South
Orange stret. 16-6t

The average wn of means in
Burma wears abo 50 pounds of
brass 'jewelry.
It appears that Turks have the
prophet and the ies the loss.
Washington Post.
Beautiful Hall'en novelties at
THE SPECIAL SHOP. A. E.

Gerig. 18-t

You can't beat U-Serve Stores.
Read their ad. irs issue. 20-2t

DON REY qw cigars. 6-10t
As evidence the does not favor
secret diplomacresident Harding
has appointed hio woman secre secretary
tary secretary of an emb Vancouver Province.

Read the U-S ad in this issue.

For men of f taste, DON REY
cigars. 6-10t

Your Ford wiake nine miles on
one quart of g See B. F. Russell,
1135 S. Orang. 16-6t

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MONROE AND ORANGE STREETS

Services Sunday: 11:00 A.M.,3:30 P.M., 7:30 P.M.
OTHER DAYS, 7:30 P. M.

SUBJECT MONDAY, 7:30 P.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922

0. H. I DEPARTMENT

(Published Every Saturday)

The Staff
Oscar Theus Editor
Charlotte Chazal Assistant Editor
Marion Meffert Society Editor

Louis Knight Athletic Editor

great broken field runner and can al always
ways always be counted on for a gain. James
Knight, the other half-back, qualifies
for a gridiron star along with the best
of them. Ferguson at fullback hits
the line well, and his defensive work
is also up to the standard.

JOKES

O. H. S. Hall of Fame
Hall, "Arizona" a necessary evil

Mrs Sorinkle Faculty Member I attached to the students of the O. H,

S. n. assures ni3 ienow stuaents

Hats off to the Star, staunch friend of chndhood m m h school

of the O. H. S. The kind interest ox eyen th(mgh Cmtinue
the Star makes it possible for us to tQ excuse judgment as to
place before the public the happenings his d- loma untn he com.

of our school, by granting us iree use American historv.

of its columns. I

Treat for the Boarders

...

In publishing each week these bits It was in the thriftiest of all thrifty

of news our purpose is to let those boarding houses,

friends and supporters of the school "Mother." asked the landlady's

know in an informal manner of the I daughter, "what shall I do with these

brighter and darker sides (if there basting threads?"

be a darker one) of our life m the "Give them to me," was the reply,
Ocala high school. Again, it is for our an(j m stir them into the frosting

own fun and enjoyment that each fcr the cocoanut cake." American

Legion Weekly.

Why Not Mrs. Hexa?
Mrs. Cole: Who invented the hexa-

Mrs. Hexa.

week we plan to jot down such occur

rences and puns as can be gathered
together in that time, none of which
should be taken too lightly or too

seriously. It is to be something of a cord?

Hinrv of school life, and in succeeding C. S

wars it will, in reflective moments,

tfco mmnrv of nleasant days Nell W.: Miss Edwards wasn't I

crW. in the O. H. S. But above all good in your study hall today?

oIsp wp hone to brine about a better Miss E.: Yes, you were so good

and clearer understanding between the didn't hardly know you were there

snnnortprs of and students of the O. Nell: I wasn't; I was at my music

H. S., and to show our appreciation of lesson

that which tne taxpayers ui u Migg -n English class. The best
and county are doing for us. If m akers do t use the expression,

reading tnese weeniy -u, r d ,t think because you can't

is afforded pleasure, then our teeoie tbink think at thg game time
efforts have accomplished their pur- rye heard & Jot

pose, in part at least.
Let's hope the Turkish situation im
Kpfnrp Thankserivine.

Sophomore: Which would you rather

It is a seemingly established annual be, a bigger fool than you look or

,fnm fnr a nart of the O. H. S. fac- look like a bigger tool tnan you are :

u t onrk on the stormv sea of Freshie (after, supposedly, deep

matrimony. Wonder who old Dan is thought)

of teachers use it.

Miss E.: I don't think they do it

much.

I guess I'd rather look like

aiming his darts at this year.

a bigger fool than I am.

Soph.: Impossible. Exchange.

If in this years senior play there is I

any occasion for a fog horn, that
rinn will bv rnmmon consent, be

fSAM-W Y J J
given to the voice of Lindsay Troxler.

Mrs. Sprinkle: If you would behave

you would not have to stay in.

Pupil: It was just a slip of my

mind

Mrs. Sprinkle: You can't slip with

When the prevailing wave of dengue something you haven't got

leaves the O. H. S. in peace, we can

Mrs. Brown: Hazel, what is the

sympathetic system?

Hazel: It's the oh! I know! it's

what makes you sorry for people!

Thomas, "A. T." Rodolph Valen

tino's rival. He claims to be a success

ful rabbit hunter, preferring the night
hours to pursue the innocent little

bunnies

Close, "Fat, Fuzzy." Hush! don't

tell anybody, but it has been rumored

Ing a manager for the prospective that "Fat Fuzzy" sent her picture for

team. When the meeting was adjourn- an advertisement to the "Why Have

ed Reese Hunnicutt had been elected straight Hair Co."

to fill that position. Reese is also

manager of the football team and it Advertisements

was probably his efficient management Wanted A nursemaid to look after

of that organization which prompted Maxwell Overton. Faculty.

the basketball aspirants to elect him

fcpir manager. Amoner the compara- Girls Take Notice! A book for sale

tively large number of boys present by Miss Christine Llose on how to be

were such stars of last year's team as come beautiful

-r-r r 1 1 -1-1 1 T I

jean nan, Maicoim r ergusun uu KTttnA bottle of e-lue to keen

get down to some real hard work.

Leo Lewis is known as "Cave Man

Lewis," from the fact that he never
shaves. It is reported that he is striv

ing for a reduction in the price of

safety razors.

A meeting of all boys planning to

try their hand at basketball was held

nt rpress Thursdav morning, in the

Math, room with the purpose of elect-

Needham Motor Co
u'eneral Auto Repairing
Firestone, Oldfield and Racine
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PHONE 252

THE GRAFTING CIRCUS

AN EXPOSE

By "KID" HARRIS

(Continued from yesterday)

SASH

DOOR

Geo. MacKayS Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

A Word
To the Wise!
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.

PHONE 8

SALT SPRINGS 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

Mr. Fixer "Springs" Mr. Gambler

If the arrest of a circus grafter or

snort-change man cannot be averted.

Mr. Fixer has steps to the fellow's

aasiatance and "springs" him; that

;S, stops at nothing to secure the re

ease of the accused. Sometimes the

'fixer" "stands" so favorably with the

.cage or chief or police or the district

sttorney or the mayor, that he can

scure the grafter's or short-changer's
rtease at little or no post AimiTV

Mr. Fixer will put up a heavy bond

10 the appearance of his man. Of

course, his man jumps the bond. In

anr event, a "pinched" (arrested)

emus grafter is not abandoned; there

tn unwritten law which causes th

shew grafters to rescue him from the

naEds of the police.
I Visit a Clean Circus

In the three months since I aban

doned my grafting (I was "hem

scotching" playing by mvself. here

! and there at the time) I have kept

away irom shows. I have this season

attended only one tent show, namelv.

tne Kinglmg Brothers and Barnum &

Bailey Circus. I take off mv hat to

the owners and creators and mana

ffers of this attraction. I had known

it to be a clean ("strictly Sundav

school," as we of the illegitimate cir circuses
cuses circuses always used to term a legiti legitimate
mate legitimate circus), but I had not visited it

m ten years; and to me, so recentlv

reiormed, it was a revelation. Not

only is there no gambling or short shortchanging
changing shortchanging with the Ringling-Barnum
Circus, but its management does not
even tolerate Oriental dancing. More Moreover,
over, Moreover, I noticed that this show carried

detectives to actually safeguard and
protect the patrons from possible

thieves and pickpockets

My First Waiting for Worthy Cause

As I walked away from the lot

whereon the Ringling Bros.-Barnum
& Bailey Circus was playing my mind
could not help reverting to the thiev thieving
ing thieving circuses with which I had worked,
as a grafter, for so many years. And

I asked myself this question: "Old
man, what can you do to put a stop
to this nefarious business which many
circuses operate with impunity" ? And

quickly came the answer: "Expose it!"

lhis article is the result. It is my own
story, in my own words. For the first
time since my graduation from a
western university, years and years
ago, I now and here utilize my knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of English in such a way as to

make it serve a worthy purpose.

Lewis. With proper coaching there is

no reason why the material presented
should not be developed into a winning

team.

The friends of Winnie Crosby are
glad to see her back in school again

after her recent attack of dengue.

Charlie Thomas in his seat

History III. Mrs. Brown.

NOTICE

during

I will pay $10 reward to any person
who will locate the female cur dog
which was taken one mile from Ocala
'DlU.ttfxn mod Honf 30 Tip.

The sight singing classes could not ..

meet this week on account of the ab- Wffl
sence of Mrs. Cole, who we hopewril Jf finJ tWs

Graft-Circus Evils Can be Stnnrwvl

L ALEXANDEf In closin 1 to tell the repre-
tentative men and women of America
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR that they, and they alone, can stop
ANb BUILDER gambling and short changing and
Oriental dancing with illegitimate
Careful estimates made on all con.irCuses Hnwpwr

tract work. Gives more and betteittle -work
for ths money than any ottae
ontractor in the city. eternal vigilance is the price of
. tt .safety." And, to prevent these abuses.

.hey must be ever on the alert.

be able to meet her classes next week.

Louis Knight, our athletic editor, is
out of school on account of illness.
The Girls' Athletic Association is
going to give a Hallowe'en carnival
Saturday night, October 2Sth, Come
and have a good time.
O. H. S. Schedule
Oct. 21 Ocala at Orlando.
Oct. 28 Ocala at Lake City.
Nov. 4 Fort Meade at Ocala.
Nov. 11 DeLand at Ocala.
Nov. 18 Open date.
Nov. 30 Bartow at Ocala.

The O. H. S. Wildcats 1922 eleven
is the strongest team that Ocala has

put out in a great many years. Altho'
getting away to a bad start, the Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats vindicated themselves by a bril brilliant
liant brilliant 43 to 0 victory over the Palatka

high team last Saturday. In the line,
which is the mainstay of the team, the

wing positions are taken care of by
Borland and Parks. These lads are
hnth o-nod at receiving passes and

their defensive work is really spectac spectacular.
ular. spectacular. The tackle berths are handled
by George Leak, a four-year man,
Lindsay Troxler and John Troxler. All
of the Wildcats' tackles are brilliant
players, and it is very hard to judge
which is the best. At the guard posi positions
tions positions are found Marion Lummus, with

his great weight, Rube Redding, a
former Chalmers star, and Jean Hall,
a new man. Their work is beyond
criticism. At the pivot position is
Captain Stephens, a tower of strength
and a great leader for his team. For
the backfield. we find Pierce Daniels
and Joe Moses, who also plays halfr
back, calling the signals. Pierce only
weighs 112 pounds, but the bigger
they are the better he likes them.
Moses is a good ground gainer and
has a wicked stiff-arm. George Lewis,
at one of the half -hack positions, is a

dog notify E. Crosby on Bhtchton
road or Dan Killins, 109 Broadway,

Ocala and get your money. No ques questions
tions questions asked. 16-6t

A process has been developed in

Hungary for treating corn straw in
such a manner that it will produce 40
pounds of cellulose, 40 pounds of mo

lasses and five pounds of artificial
fertilizer from every 100 pounds of
straw.

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, dictati m

and ear training for small fee. Special

attention given out of town pupil3.
Write or call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 305. 9-15-tf
Hallowe'en lantern and candle
shades at THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. Gerig 18-6t
Don't go to a tailor shop to have
your shoes repaired, but come to the

Guarantee Clothing & bhoe Co. to
b; perfectly fitted in your new fall
suit. 19t

rn t Tinrn &n Tinrr

r tL I liYlUfj OU I inn Vigilance Committee Is Remedy
Let me explain, to the better ele-
nent, in every village and city in the
Indiana Lady Says She Was Rmfnited States (and Canadians can
Down, Suffered With Her Back, iST of my sugr:
' J estions), just how they can prevent
TOOK Cardui, And iese graft circus irregularities:
Get Well When you learn that a circus is ad-
?rtised to visit your village or city
-ganize a committee of ministers,
Richmond, Ind. "I thought I wouk'iests, rabbis, school principals and
write a line or so, to say that I owe mperintendents, teachers, editors and
riS&wssrss'ncT t Rr thivic,e :
RallaJ Street, this city. ,d nmittee and suggest that each
I was all run-down until my family mber thereof give his of her time,
thought they would lose me," writes Mrs, circus day, during the hours the
Courtney. "My husband coaxed me tc-cus and side-show will be open, to
t!:e Cardui, so, to please him, I did, an MnAni.i- nf v
w'i civ I rin not reWt it. for 1 am ah1nserve the conduct of same. You

to do all my work and do my shopping. 11 understand, of course, that your
"I have five children, four in school. nmittee does not accuse any par par-my
my par-my husband and a boarder to do for, and ular circus of operating games of
LSKrpSaf."' short changteg and obscene
Every sick and run-down woman should lces5 but' inasmuch as games of
take this wonderful medicine. mce, short changing and demoral-
"I suffered with my back; a very weat ig dances have for years been
feeling in my limbs. nd with certain circuses, your com-

a mi uiu.t cvi. v tee is Deneci v insTinpn in ntticiai.

bbserving any circus.

tired so tired all the time

"It was an effort for me to do any

thing, but Cardui helped me so I felt like pest Circus Welcomes Committees

a different woman."
If you are in a run-down physical
condition, suffering as this Indiana ladv
says she did, give Cardui a fair trial, ii
should help you.
Take Cardui. NC-141

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from

2:15 am
2:27 am

1:45 pm

A small, uninhabited island off the
South American coast has been pur

chased from Ecuador by a dozen stud- ; 3:24 pm

I exits of Loughborough College, Eng-!?:loam

land. They raised $25,000 and pur
chased a 90-ton boat and their island,

on which they hope to make a good
living growing fruit and raising cat

tle.

St. Petersburg 2:27 ; m
Jacksonville 2:15 am
Jacksonville 3:24 pm
St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
jncksonville 9:00 pm
1 lomosassa 1 :16 pm
(d) Wilcox 6:45 pru
(i)" Lakeland 11:03 ir..

(p) Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
J)Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY

O ?0 nm

7:10 am
7 :25 am

should not accept any courtesies from
the circus manager. The "fixer" or
the manager or the owner of a graft
circus would only be too ready and
glad to "kill your committee members

j with kindness" if, by doing so, he j

could throw them off the track until i
he could operate some gambling or 1
short changing or obscene dancing, j
Let your committee members remem- j
ber that, they are a vigilance commit-
tee, and not guest of any manager, i
-j. -r i

tized as special officers they will not
have to buy tickets to any show or
part thereof.
Become Deputized in Advance
And your vigilance committe should
arrange this matter with the chief of
police, or with the mayor, in advance
of show day; for if they wait until

the morning of circus day they will

find that the police chief and mayor j
may be too busy to see them altho 1

representative citizens should always j
bo entitled to an audience with a chief

of police or mayor. And you may I

rest assured that if the circus men can

induce the chief of police to dodgs a
committe of citizens who desire to be

deputized, for show day, they will do

it. If the mayor or chief of police

tell you that it will not be necessary

for you to form a vigilance commit committee,
tee, committee, inasmuch as the police are per perfectly
fectly perfectly competent to watch out and

prevent grafting, short changing and

obscene dancing in a circus, tell your

official that inasmuch as graft cir

cus officials oftentimes "sneak" their

nefarious games and dancing and
short-changing stunts, you feel it your

duty to assist the chief of police. If

the officials try to persuade you not
to act as a vierilance committee tell

them that altho you have the utmost

confidence in your police officials you
feel that you are duty bound, to your
community, to act as a vigilance com committe,
mitte, committe, and that if the authorities will
not co-operate in your public-spirited
movement you will go ahead and do

your duty just the same, paying ad

missions to the shows. Rest assured

that no honest city or county officials
will refuse to deputize you.

How Vigilance Committee Works
The vigilance committee should

have chairman to direct activities.
One or two men should be stationed at

the connection; two or more in the
side-show proper, one near each of

the outside ticket boxes and at the

outside ticket wagons and one at
each refrestment stand. The chair

man could do general patrol duty, fre-

erquently communicating with the
other members of the committee. If

a vigilance committee were so distri

buted the circus people would not dare

to permit short changing, gambling
or obscene dancing.

(Continued Monday)

FOR COMFORT

HREV

GAS HEATERS
Phone 61 OCALA GAS COMPANY

MUST BE SOLB2

Make an offer for 160 acres one mile from bead CfleaKt!fsl 6h
Springs, directly on A. C L. R. R. and Blue Springs Easu Esa phos phosphate,
phate, phosphate, some timber and abundance of wood. Good oran or fair
land. Also 140 acres at Cotton Plant near York on A. C L 2L E.
Some timber and wood. Good orange and farm land.' Ifost h sold
at once to close an estate.

F. W. II ITT
OCALA, FLORIDA4

A Standing Invitation to Germs
Weather-kept foods are risky foods to eat
Exposed to germ-laden dust and myriad impuri impurities,
ties, impurities, such foods are easy prey for all the enemies of
wholesomeness.
Yet people will take such chances in v the Fall
and Winter. ;
Perhaps they have neverdiscovered howcssl an
investment for ice is necessary at this time of the year
Ocala Ice & Packing Go., Ocala, Fla,

Get your witches and black cats

for Hallowe'en at THE SPECIALTY
SHOP. A. E. Gerisr. 18-6t

"Another Nash." 6tf

DON REY cigars are better. 6-10t

When the Hour Glass
Runs Its Course
Loving friends prepars for ths last
rites. The modern "faneraJ director
brings into his service many dstails ef
comfort to relatfrir and frkndt, so
in after years thers are no regrets.
Geo. MacKay & Co.
Day Phone 47, Nlfbt Ffco I IS
C. B. OVERTON, Up.

Star Adsre BusinessBuiIders. Phone51

J

B

Brother

BEDAti)

i

v :

ial Interest has been oransed hv tha

practical arrangement of the interior.
The entire rear compartment furnishings

seax cusnions, oacic cusnions, seat

toot rest, carpet and all can be re

man me car in a few moments.

trnxxxe,

.4

is then tilted forward, giv ng

of twenty-two inches

Soox8.

fhe honest circus proprietors or

lagers (such legitimate sho,wmen

Ringling Brothers or Charles;

rks, for instance) will gladly wel-

e such committ observation; only
dishonest, grafting circus proprie proprie-or
or proprie-or managers will fear such a
mittee. To prevent the dishonest
is manager or proprietors from
mpting to interfere with the work
ich a committee of representative
ens it might be well for your
nitte to ask the chief of poKee to
tize thorn, so that they may have
" access to all exhibit tents, and
thereof, connected with thec
Eternal Vigilance Necessary
member, just because a circus
ger or propiieior or "ilxer may
&at his particular circu3 has none

i c-e irregularities I have written
t in th;? article, it will not nece nece-I
I nece-I f follow that such is the fact.
; -nt his word, in good faith, but,

-the

The front

a CTOS3

through ma

In this way a cpace of sixty-four cubic feet
in the rear coujmUnent Is made available
for loading
When the rear seat Cxtuxes are back in
place, the interior is complete and attrao attrao-tlve
tlve attrao-tlve m appearance. Its convertibility is not
apparent to the eye.

men, farmers, salesmen, campem

ists and everyone who has occasion, ek

four

fon to carry bnHry articles or luggage
will re&dHy appreciate the great utiliry cz

ma coostroctioa.
MACK TAYLOR

Phone 348

OCALA, FLORIDA

Leave for Station

. -a. a a v v :34 am Jacksonville

' a J "-" Tn,r.;V

flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyrdraan, 1

miles out oh the Dunnellon road.
Phone 30M. 10-tf

1:15 pm
4:06 pm

Make nine miles on one quart of
eas. See B. F. Russell, 1135 South

Orange stret.

16-6t

4:0Cpm Jacksonville

Tampa-Manatee-1:55
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTork-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

came HAVE YOUR COM-

Arrive from j ?EE ON THE JOB every minute.
N'York 1:55 mi0. mt,;-t ,rinr nf the Kio.

And do not remove your
Cattee from the side shows untit
t-de shows have been pulled down
he last performance of the cir cir-3
3 cir-3 terminated.
Mittee Should Not Accept Favors
i tell your committee that it

o



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISERiENTS

(RATES under tbla Reading are aa
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three time 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All account parable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS Mission Mission-ary
ary Mission-ary strawberry plants for sale; 50
cents per hundred. Now is the time
to plant. J. L. Leitner. Phone
436. 21-Gt

selected Globe tomatoes, Ruby King
peppers, 25c per 100, $2 per 1000,
cash with order. C. H. Cooner.
Phone 389. 746 Wyomenia street,
Ocala. 14-6t

LOST White curly English terrier

on camp ground; black patch on
head; stub tail; slightly blind; name
Topey. Return C. O. D. to J. R.
BORING, Waldo, Fla. 20-6t

FOR SALE OR RENT 165 acres of
land all fenced, cleared and in cul cultivation.
tivation. cultivation. Easy terms. Apply to
W. H. Grigler, Ocala. 16-6t
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 Upright piano, small
wood stove, suite oak furniture, two
oak bedsteads, two zinc bath tubs,
half gallon and quart fruit jars, bot bottles
tles bottles for syrup. Call at 447 Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Ave. 20-6t

FOR RENT Light housekeeping
apartment, nicely .furnished, two
blocks from courthouse. Apply at
239 Oklawaha Ave. Phone 507. 18-3t

FOR SALE Bed, springs and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, used only two months; also
gas range and bookkeeper's desk.
C. C. Bryant, 805 Tuscawilla. 18-3t

FOR RENT Upstairs apartment,
furnished. Phone 207-Blue. Mrs.
W. V. Newsom, 1129 East Fort
King avenue. 17-tf
CAREFUL HEMSTITCHING With
special threads; hat shapes and
lamp shades to order; millinery ma materials;
terials; materials; hand-made flowers, baskets,
wax beads, art needlework. Mrs.
Luella M. Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha
Ave., Ocala. Phone 409. 17-Gt

WANTED Three or four fresh Jer Jersey
sey Jersey cows, must be good all round
cows and a bargain. Call on or
write T. O. Thrash, Ocala, Fla.,
Route A, Box 5-A. ll-9t

FOR SALE 160 acre farm, two
dwelling houses and barns on prop

erty, adjoining the famous Pyles
hammock. All land enclosed and

practically all under cultivation.
Apply to F. W. Bishop, Box 25, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 14-6t
PLANTS FOR SALE Charleston
and Jersey Wakefield cabbage,

MUSIC Will take pupils in violin,
piano and voice with theory lessons
free. Terms reasonable. Will offer
classes in history of music, sight
sinking, dictation and ear training
for small free. Special attention
trh en out of town pupils. Write or
call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala. Phone
305. 15-tf

FOR SALE One 7-passenger Stude Stude-Laker
Laker Stude-Laker and one Ford light truck.
Williams Garage. 3-tf

FOR RENT Rooms furnished or un

furnished for light housekeeping,
with hot and cold water in baths.
Rooms p.re reasonable and a money
saving proposition. Call at the
Dormitory or phone 305. 27-tf
LOST New 30 x 3 Goodrich safety
tread tine on Maxwell rim, between
Bay Lake and Ocala (via Citra).
Suitable reward for return to W. D.
Cam, Ocala. 13-tf

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society

items for the Star, phone five-one.

MANY VISITORS

INSPECT MacKAYS

(Continued from First Page)

Mr. F. Z. Reames, a wholesale jew

eler of Tampa, was a business visitor

in the city yesterday.

Mrs. Andrew Christensen and baby

left this afternoon for a visit with

relatives in Ogden, Utah.

Circle No. 1 of the Methodist Mis

sionary Society will meet Monday at

4 o'clock with Mrs. A. G. Gates.

Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mr.

and Mrs. John Taylor, who have been

spending the past month at their

home at Daytona Beach, are expected

home Monday.

Mrs. Ed DeLong of Candler, Rev.

K. E. Koestline of Dunnellon, Mr. and
Mrs. W. O. Brewer of Romeo, and

i Mrs. Charles Mathews of Candler.

J were among the shoppers in the city

today.

WANTED A salesman for Marion
county to take orders for complete
line of wool, silk, lisle and cotton
hosiery. We deliver and collect.
Commission paid when order is
taken. Our salesmen average $8
to $15 daily. Pure Silk Hosiery
Mills, Inc., district office 405 Duval
building, Jacksonville, Fla. 21-3t

FOR SALE House and 20 acres of
land known as the Lang estate. Is
well located in Ocala on newly pav paved
ed paved street. Apply to F. W. Bishop,
administrator, Box 25, Anthony,
Fla. 14-6t

Free aluminum at the U-Serve

Stores. Ask about it. Two phone,

195 and 614. 20-2t

Mrs. Keltner and children have re

turned to their home in Tampa after a

pleasant visit in Ocala with Mrs. R

J. Perkins. Mr. Keltner accompanied

Mr. John Moore to Tampa in Mr

Moore's car.

not make any serious mistakes. Bob

came along just in time to stop her
from selling a gentleman some win window
dow window drapery to make shirts from.

Bob kindly explained to her and the
customer that this cloth was not in intended
tended intended for that purpose and every everybody
body everybody was happy.

Beginning .shortly after the noon

hour delicious fruit punch and tea

cakes were esrved to all who came

into the store. Miss Annie MtcKay
presided over the punch table in the

front of the store, ably assisted by

Misses Elizabeth Murray, Aliae and

Sidney Cullen. In serving the refresh refreshments
ments refreshments to their customers th Mac-

Kays did not forget their colored

friends and a second punch bcwl was

placed in the rear of the stort where

one of the MacKay servant;, Leon

Washington, served all the colored

visitors with punch and cakes.

All during the day Reginild Mac-

Kay has been untiring in shwing the

visitors the complete line of aardware

and calling attention to nev articles

carried in their excellent stick. Reg Reggie
gie Reggie could make a man buy what he

doesn't need with his perstusiTe line
of demonstration. He knows the

hardware stock from A to Z and is in

love with the line. Enthusiasm boils
out of him on every occasion.

HENRY McQUAIG

HELP INCREASE BUSINESS
To increase your business it will be a great help to have the
benefit of our knowledge and experience which are yours to
command, as a depositor in this bank.
Your money in the bank keeps the mills running, employs labor
and helps to make good and properous times for all. Keep your
money active by keeping it in this bank. ...

5

Member oi the Federal Reserve System
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cummings of
Bradentown arrived in Ocala today
and will be the guests for several
days of Rev. and Mrs. C. W. White,

after which they will leave for an ex

tended trip on the East Coast.

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax, who
have recently returned from Maine

are now in Baltimore, and expect to

leave there, today in their car for

Florida, making the trip by easy

stages. They will probably arrive in

Ocala about the last of this month.

Have you been to the Colonial for
Sunday dinner? They have fried
chicken, mother's style, with all the
accessories and the kind of lemon pie
you used to love. All for 65c. 21-lt

FOR COMFORT

HUMPHRE?

Wadaaropiip
GAS HEATERS
Phone 61 OCALA GAS COMPANY

"Another Nash." 6lf

When you go fishing and catc

small fish you've done nothing. When

you come to the Guarantee Clothing
& Shoe Co. we save you big money, tf

FOR SALE BARGAINS

Ten acres rich hammock soil on Dixie Highway within city limits
Ocala, known as the Frederitzi place. Six-room bungalow partly
furnished; all necessary outbuildings; 100-foot well; water piped in
house; two registered cows with calves; one work mule and all farm farming
ing farming implements; also 100 Leghorn chickens All for $3750 cash or
$4250 half cash.

F

. DITTO

OCALA, FLORIDA

OUR PHONES
243 and 174

YOUItS FOR SEUVICE
COOK'S, MARKET and GROCERY

n

OTiCE

JEANES & DAVIS
Dealers In
TENNESSEE HORSES AND MULES

Sales Barn at Sam Christian's Place on the
Atlantic Coast Line R. ?., in Ocala

We Invite the Pulic to See Them I

Miss Agnes Person of Orlando,
state president of the U. D. C, who

has been attending the reunion of
Confederate Veterans at Tallahassee,

will arrive in Ocala the first of next
week to visit Dickison Chapter, U. D.

C, and while in Ocala will be the

guest of Mrs. R. G. Blake.

Mr. D. S. Woodrow and Mrs. Annie

M. Perry left this morning for Miami

in the former's car. Mrs. S. T. Sis

trunk, who had intended making the

trip with Mr. Woodrow, to visit Mr.

and Mrs. A. J. Beck at Fort Lauder

dale, has postponed her trip until

later.

What can be done by a little judi judicious
cious judicious spreading of printer's ink was

pretty fairly demonstrated at tha

Theus Brothers' store on North Mag

nolia street. At the opening hour this
morning people began to come in for

those big bargains in aluminum ware
advertised in yesterday's Star. For

tunately they had a large supply, else

they would soon have been "cleaned
out." And this is only the opening
day. The sale is to last as long as
the presnt supply holds out. Mr. F.
A. Foster of Orlando, district man man-ageer
ageer man-ageer for the company which manu manufactures
factures manufactures this line, is assisting Theus
Brothers with their sale, and gives the
patrons a lot of real information about
the mining and manufacture of aluminum.

Mr. Henry McQuaig, aged sxty-

ifour, died very suddenly Fridayeve-

ning. Mr. McQuaig has made his

home in Ocala for the past year, om om-ing
ing om-ing here from Fort McCoy. He bves
to mourn his death his wife, four

daughters, Mrs. W. C. Davis o Al-

pino, Mich., and Misses Eula, idna

and Mildred McQuaig of Ocala, and

i two sons, Arthur and Seibert Mc

Quaig of Ocala.

Services will be held Sunday cter-

noon at the undertaking parlor f C.

V. Roberts & Company at 3 oock.
Interment will be made in Greerood

cemetery. The following gentmen
will act as pall bearers: J. JHill JHill-man,
man, JHill-man, Allen Hillman, W. W. ilea,

Hane Martin, Harry Stein and.. J.
Brumby. Pall bearers will ease

I meet at the undertaking par: at

2:30 p. m.

The members of the Frieship

Wesley Bible class had a mostijoy mostijoy-lable
lable mostijoy-lable time last night at a Hatte'en

party which was given in thoase-

ment of the Methodist churcr The

decorations were most appropre for
the occasion, black cats, witel and

pumpkins featuring prominent All

kinds of games were enjoyeaiter
which refreshments were jrved.

About forty young ladies, meters of

this class, were present, and aenter-

ed into the spirit of the enmg,
making is a great success.

Circle No. 3 of the Methodishurch

will meet at 3:30 Monday grnoon
at the home of Mrs. C. C. Bint.

Radio fans and friends olrs. T.
H. Harris will be interesteo hear
that she will sing Monday jht be between
tween between 8 and 10 o'clock in tfconcert
which the Atlanta Journal ids out
from its broadcasting stati which
is known as WSB. Mrs. Iris has

sung many times in Ocala i it will
be a treat for her friends tear her
sing over the radio.

Touring Model, Six Cylinder, Five Passenger

TTKl rm ARfl

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Marion, Sumter, Citrus and Levy Counties.
Phone 78 for Demonstration
BLALOCM MOTHERS
OCALA, FLORIDA

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THE MOST COMPLETE BUSINESS BLOCK YOU CAN FIND WIDE! I

Magnolia Street, trom Ocklawaha Avenue to Washington Street, is Now Ocala's Busi Business
ness Business Center Make this Block Your Headquarters Plenty
ol Parking Space tor Your Car.

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

Ask for DON REY cigars. 6-10t

A district meeting of the mission missionary
ary missionary society of the Methodist church
will be held in Ocala Wednesday in
the basemnt of the Methodist church
beginning at 10 o'clock and last all
day. Delegates from Leesburg, Bush Bush-nell,
nell, Bush-nell, Dunnellon and a number of other
neighboring towns are expected.
Among the prominent speakers of the
day will be Mrs. B. W. Lipscomb,
home base secretary, of Nashville;
Mrs. I. C. Jenkins, state correspond corresponding
ing corresponding secretary, of Gainesville; Mrs. J.
M. Gross, state president, of Lake Lakeland;
land; Lakeland; Mrs. Carrie Moon, secretary of
children's work, Lakeland, and Mrs. A.
S. Baines, state treasurer, Jacksonville.

"Another Nash." 6lt

The members of the Methodist
church are very proud of the work
which is being done on their pipe or organ
gan organ and which is now nearing comple completion.
tion. completion. They had hoped to have it in
use tomorrow but a few days more
work is necessary and probably by
next Sunday the instrument will be
ready. A special musical program
will be given by Mr. Henry Wolf of
Gainesville, who is doing the work.
The organ, which was taken down at
the time the church was rebuilt has
never been put up and now besides be being
ing being completely overhauled the organ
is being rebuilt. Larger pipes are be being
ing being installed and when finished it will
be better and handsomer in every
way. A notice will be given later of
the program when full arrangements
have been made.

Boston baked beans aCarter's
Eakery today. 21-lt
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Col and C.
M. Jr., who have been or visit to
Mrs. Collins' sister, MrsJnowden,
have gone to Lakeland for'ew days
visit. They expect to locdn South

Florida for the winter, pbly Fort
Myers.

Boston baked beans
Bakery today.

Carter's
21-lt

Miss Clarice Bailey is Ocala for
a few days' visit to the ily of her
aunt, Mrs. E. A. SnowdeMiss Bai Bailey
ley Bailey is returning to her ie in Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, having spent the mmer in
Knoxville, Ohio and Watgton.
DON REY cigars areter. 6-10t
Miss Nellie Stevens, incipal of
the primary school, reqs the Star
to ask Ocala's ardent St burners
to slacken speed as mus their en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm will permit wWriving by
the school during schoolrs. There

is rather more than a jbility that
some of the children m be hit.

Miss Gladys Keen, sic teacher
of the Clermont scho spent the
week end in Ocala witiss Mayme
Smedley, who is also acher at the
Clermont school.

In his office Thursdmdge Futch
performed the weddinremony for
Mr. A. J. Holton of Ea and Miss
Florence Drucilla Worry of Bear
Beach.

Have you been to Colonial for

Sunday dinner? Th have fried

chicken, mother's styvith all the

accessories and the kf lemon pie
ycu used to love. All 5c. 21-lt

Circle No. 2 of ththodist Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society will t with Mrs.
L. P. Wilson at the hof Miss Meta
Jewett at 4 o'clock My afternoon.
A bunch of miners, can be de depended
pended depended on to strike cfear must be
a blessing to the miimers. New

York Tribune.

HERE ARE THE REASONS WHY
On the Northeast corner of Magnolia street and Ocklawaha
avenue is the Ocala National Bank Building.' This bank is
as solid financially inside as the building is handsome outside.
Next to the bank, northward, is the Crescent Grocery and
Market where anything in these lines may be had.
Occupying half the block, north of the Crescent, is the Marion
Hardware Company, handling everything in the line of Hard Hardware
ware Hardware and Farming implements.
Just across the street from the hardware store is the Greene
Drug and Seed Store, with a complete stock in its line, be besides
sides besides a soda fountain.
Next to Greene's, going southward, is Fishers store,, carrying
a line of Men's and Women's Furnishings, Dry Goods, Etc.
On the second floor, over Fishel's, may be found Blake's Pho Photograph
tograph Photograph Gallery.
One door south of the entrance to the photograph gallery will
be found the establishment of the Ocala Tire and Vulcanizing
Company.
Just south of this is the new and handsome building of George
MacRay & Company, Hardware, Household Furnishings, Fur Furniture,
niture, Furniture, Building Materials and Undertakers.
Then comes the store of Parker & Guynn, Men's Clothing,
Shoes, Hats, and kindred lines.
Theus Brothers' Furniture and Household Goods establish establishment
ment establishment is one door south of the Parker & Guynn store.
On the Southeast corner of the block is Frank's, where you can get everything in La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions and Accessories. Frank's
specializes on "Peggy Paige" Dresses and Coats, pretty Suits, Skirts and Waists,
Wolfhead Undergarments, Van Raalte Hosiery, Samuel Ach and Cold Medal Milli Millinery,
nery, Millinery, Royal Worcester and Bon-Ton Corsets, McCall Patterns, Marshall Field's Colo Colonial
nial Colonial Draperies, Leather Goods and Novelties, High-class line of Woolens, Silks and
Cotton Goods at Lowest Prices.
FRANK'S
" THE FASHION CENTER
On the Corner In the Heart of Ocala's Business District

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