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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECASTShowers tonight nd Friday ; not much change in temperature. ; ? TEMPEttAl UtfES Tfcig Morning, 59; Ttia Afternoon, 79.
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ALL THE POV,
im me
To Be Represented in the Conference
That Will Try to Settle The
Eastern Trouble
. Paris, Oct. 26. (By the Associated
Press) Frajice, Italy and Great Brit Britain
ain Britain have agreed to invite the United
States to participate officially in the
Near East peace conference at Lau Lausanne
sanne Lausanne November 13th. The sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that the United States be invited
came from' Lord Curzon, British sec secretary
retary secretary for foreign affairs.
CAPTURED A CROOK
Sheriff Thomas, at Request of Tampa
Officers, Corralled a New
York Sharper
A well dressed young man of pre prepossessing
possessing prepossessing appearance, about thirty
r years old, stepped off the northbound
Seaboard train yesterday afternoon,
and received a cordial tho unexpected
greeting from Sheriff -Thomas, who,
at the request of Tampa officers, had
constituted himself into a reception
committee.! The sheriff extended a
pressing invitation to the stranger,
who consequently soon found himself
comfortably ensconced in the Hotel de
Sheffield. ''
The stranger gives his name as
Harry Durgin, and under that moni moniker
ker moniker has frisked around' in Tampa and
St. Petersburg the last few days. He
passed himself off as, manager of the
v Hotel Plaza of New York, and conse consequently
quently consequently managed -to cash some juicy
k checks at the expense of some un unsophisticated
sophisticated unsophisticated citizens of the smoking
and sunshine cities. He evidently in intended
tended intended to try the same game here, as
he had letters of introduction to Mr.
R. T. Adams of the Harrington. He
. would hardly gave gone far here, for
Bob is wise and probably would have
spotted the crook as soon as he reg reg-istered.
istered. reg-istered. ;
An officer came for Durgin this"
' morning, and took him back to Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. An Associated Press dispatch
from New York this afternoon saysi
"The management of the Plaza"
hotel today declared no person named
Durgin was in their employ."
AN ECHO MEETING
An echo meeting of the Sunday
school conference and Wesley Bible
Class Federation at DeLand, Oct. 4-6,
.,
will be held at the Methodist church
Friday at 3 p. m for workers in the
elementary division, and for all who
are interested in the Christian nurture
oi children. Following is the pro
gram:
'. Devotional led by Mrs. rDeWitt
Griffin.
Song, "There's a Friend for Little
Children." .
"Our Trip to DeLand" Miss Maud
L. Little.
"The Call to Volunteer Services-
Miss Edith Baker.
Song, consecration hymn.
"Program of Work for Cradle
P.oll" Mrs. H. B. Baxter.
The "Beginner Child" Mrs. W. P.
Buhrman. -
Songs demonstrated,
"How to Teach the Primary
Child" Mrs. C. W. White.
Junior notes Mrs. G. W. Martin.
"The Sunday School Committee"
Rev. C. W. White.
Discussion of our problems.
Benediction.
PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED
London, Oct. 26. (By Associated
Press). A proclamation dissolving
Parliament ; was signed -' by King
George this morning at a privy coun council
cil council held at Sandringham. The procla proclamation
mation proclamation will be gazzeted this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
LITTLE PRICE FOR
HIS SON'S LIFE
Clearwater, Oct. 26 Abraham Bell,
convicted of a misdemeanor in the
county court because he refused to
permit his son to receive medical at
tention while suffering from a fatal
attack of diphtheria,' was refused
new trial today by Judge JJird and
fined $25 and costs. Bell gave bond
and gave notice of an appeal to the
circuit court.
Our opmion is that the Kangaroo is
just one of nature's absortive efforts
to produce a safe pedestrainw Balti

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FASCIST! TO TIE

ITALY BY FORCE
Eight Hundred Thousand Workers Are
; Ready in Their Military
. Organizations
Rome, Oct. 26, 10:40 a. m. (By the
AssociatedvPress). Benito Mussotini,
head of the Fascisti, has called to together
gether together all the military leaders of that
organization and simultaneously has
ordered all military sections of the
Fascisti to keep, in readiness 800,000
workers who have joined Fascisti or
ganizations, and ordered to co-operate
at an opportune moment with the mil
itary sections. This is interpreted
here as preparation for assumption of
power by the fascisti. v
JEFF SHARUM IS
HELD WITHOUT BAIL
Jacksonville, Oct. 26. (Associated
Press). J. Jeff Sharum, of Mount
Clemens, Mich, arraigned in court in
New York city today on the charge of
being a fugitive from Marion county,
Florida, where it is said he is wanted
for conspiracy to obtain property un un-under
under un-under false pretense, was held without
bail for examination Nov. 2nd. He is
listed also under the aliases of T. J.
Sherwood and A. C. Jeffries. -
A CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank most sincerely
each and every one for the kindness
and sympathy shown us in our sad be
reavement of our dear, husband and
father, and also for the beautiful flor flor-al
al flor-al offerings.'
Mrs. Henry McQuaig.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dean.'
;IVEula McQuaig. ;.
; ; Edna McQuaig.
-Mildred McQuaig,
' J. A.' McQuaig. '
Mrs. J. A. McQuaig.
Siebert McQuaig.
MRS. GIBSON ALSO v
SPOTTED THE MAN
New Brunswick, Oct. 26 Mrs. Jane
Gibson, farmer, who claims to have
witnessed the murder of Rev. Hall and
Mrs. Mills, today told newspaper men
she had identified the man who she
says shot the rector as well as iden identifying
tifying identifying the woman who she asserts
was with the murderer. 'r
KING'S COMEDIANS COMING
Mr. L. C. Billings, advance man of
the Jack King Comedians, is in the
city making arrangements for a
week's entertainments in Ocala. The
tent theater will occupy the lot im
mediately west of the Baptist church
on North Orange street.
The opening bill for next Monday
tdght, the 30, will be "Divorce Cure.'
This play has been pleasing the peo people
ple people of the cities in which it has re
cently been presented, according to
the number of complimentary press
notices exhibited by, Mr. Billings.
The company is stronger than ever
this season and Ocalans will no doubt
give it the same hearty attendance
that they did when it appeared here
ast season.
BRITISH MAY BUILD
TWO BIG BATTLESHIPS
London, Oct. 26. (By Associated j
Press). It was stated on high autho-!
rity today that the admiralty has is
sued tenders for the construction of
two 35,000-ton battleships. This is
in accordance with the Washington
agreement but there has been much
discussion as to whether Great Britain
would build these ships.
OCTOBER MONEY SAVERS
AT GERIG'S DRUG STORE
Chocolate Peppermint Patties. 83
cents the pound.
Phenolonhthalein Tablets, 100 for
59 cents. f
Puretest Epsom Salts, 15 cents spe-j
daL :
Jonteel Combination Cream, 39
cents. each. W-iw"'
Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic, 19 cents.
Rexall Kidney Pills.' 39 cents the
bottle.
Oriole Fabric Stationery. Regular j
50 cent value for, j29.,cents. :j
$1.50 Atomizer for 98 cents.
These prices good only for October
as long as the goods last. 17-tf
Advertise in the Eventeg Star.

POPE UAH SODII BE

OUT OF PBI1I
Frank Rawlins Has Made Affidavit
That He Accused Pope in Hope
Of Saving Himself
Jacksonville, Oct. 26. Frank Raw
lins, "who with John II. Pope, a Jack
sonville attorney, is serving life im
prisonment for the murder of George
IL Hickman by Rawlins during a
hold up in a local theater in September
last year, exonerated Pope in a
lengthy affidavit made public today by
Edgar -Waybright, Pope's counsel,
saying he implicated Pope in the hope
that he would escape capital punish punishment.
ment. punishment. The supreme court last week denied
Pope's request for a new trial and
Waybright announced he would file
with the court in Tallahassee today a
motion for stay of mandate. Before
the trial Rawlins declared Pope plan planned
ned planned the robbery and the court held
Pope equally guilty. Both were con convicted
victed convicted of first degree murder with a
recommendation to mercy.
NOTICE TO ALL '
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Millwood Lodge No. 91, Knights of
Pythias, of Reddick, will have, for the
benefit of their Castle Hall building, a
rural 'comedy-drama in three acts, 'en 'entitled,
titled, 'entitled, "Deacon .Dubbs," to be given
Friday Night, October 27th
at 8 p. m. Everybody come and have
one good time.. : Admission 50c and
25c. Come early and avoid the rush.
, Entertainment Committee.
CLINE ACQUITTED
Hackensack, N. Oct. 26. A jury
in Bergen county, headed by a 23-
year-old girl, Miss Susan Squire, yes
terday evening acquitted George
Cline, motion picture-location finder,
I charged with murder and also freed
his brother-in-law, Charles Scullion,
and Alice Thornton a friend, of
charges of being implicated with him
in the shooting of "Daredevil" Jack
Bergen, motion picture actor, follow following
ing following a trial consuming less than seven
teen court hours.
NOTICE
1 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-
foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471.
E. Gibbons. N. Osceola St. 16-tf
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GOEEK SOLDIERS
LOOKING FOB GOATS

Desire to Soothe Their Shattered
M
Feelings at the Expense of Those
- Who Led Them to Defeat
Athens, Oct. 26. (By Associated
Press)-. The newspapers announce
that Prince Andrew, a brother -of for former
mer former King Constantine," was arrested
yesterday at Corfu on the charge that
he contributed to the disaster suffered
by the Greek army in Asia Minor. He
will be brought to Athens and intern interned
ed interned in the palace. General Stratieos
is another oh the roster of Greek
statesmen and soldiers in jail. His
arrest yesterday followed publication
of the revolutionary committee's de decree
cree decree establishing a tribunal to trv
political and military prisoners in
connection with the Greek defeat in
Asia Minor.
STORM IS SWINGING
AROUND TO OUR STATE
Washington, Oct. 26.-A disturbance
of moderate intensity was central this
morning off the south Louisiana coast
and apparently movingeast, -northeast.
The disturbance in the next 36
hours will be attended by rain in
Florida.
BURNS SEEMS ADDICTED
TO KILLING HIS BRIDES
Cleveland, O., Oct. 26; Henry j.
Burns was booked on a murder charge
today for the brutal killing of bis
third wife, whose mutilated body was
found almost nude in a shallow grave
in the woods seven miles west of
Painesville yesterday,
ATTENTION, WOODMEN AND
MEMBERS OF CIRCLE
AH Woodmen and. members. o4&a
Woodmen Circle are urged to be pres present
ent present at the meeting Friday night, Oct.
27th. Important business.. Refresh Refreshments.
ments. Refreshments. C. K. Sage, Clerk. -'
MICHIGAN WOMAN FOUND
GUILTY OF MURDER
t --Mrs.
White Cloud, Mich Oct. 26. 26.-Meda
Meda 26.-Meda Modell, twenty years old,
was
found guilty of first
degree murder
here today in connection with the
death of her invalid father-in-law, Da David
vid David Modell. The jury was out a little
more than two hours.

Brand

INTENDS TO BE
FAIR TO IRELAND

Law Declares, that His Government
Will Observe the Treaty In
Spirit and in Letter
London, Oct. 26. (By Associated
Press) 4 Bonar Law as leader of the
unionist party, in a manifesto issued
today, declared one of the tasks of
that party if returned to power will
be to make good the Anglo-Irish
treaty both in letter and spirit and to
co-operate with the Irish government.
IRISH CONSTITUTION PASSED
; DAIL EIREANN
Dublin, Oct. 26 The Irish constitu constitution
tion constitution passed its third and final reading
in the Dail Eireann yesterday." Dep Deputy
uty Deputy John Milroy described the docu document
ment document as the greatest triumph for Ire Ireland
land Ireland since the battle of Kinsdale.
SHRINERS SEE SILVER SPRINGS
Four Shrine nobles from .the Moroc
co Temple' of Jacksonville visited
Ocala yesterday in the interest of the
Duval County Fair "Shrine Day" and
Shrine ceremonial to be held in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. The visiting nobles were
met at the train in Ocala by a delega
tion of Ocala Shriners and carried to
a hotel to refresh themselves. Then
they were carried to Silver Springs, ;
where they greatly enjoyed the
sights from the glass-bottomed boats.
On their return to Ocala they went to
the Masonic temple where a commit
tee of Ocala ladies prepared a delic delicious
ious delicious oyster snpper for them. There,
were oysters in every known style
with all the necessary trimmings.
After snpper each of the visitors gave
a talk in behalf of the Jacksonville
celebrations and almost all of the
local men present, made a few re remarks.
marks. remarks. The talk by Eddie Armstrong
ofBeUeview .was greatly enjoyed and
the humorous speech given by Sammy
Leigh was a scream." Lester Lucas
entertained the home folks and visi visitors
tors visitors "with several vocal selections.'
" The visiting nobles present, were:
Harry Hoyt, illustrious potentate; J.
D. Baker, illustrious high priest and
prophet; M. B." Craig, illustrious cap captain
tain captain of the guard, and W. L. Smart,
illustrious recorder. The local Shrin
ers who were present were Messrs.' B,
Li Van Osten, E. G. Peekf H. F. Watt,
F. E. McClane, Paul Simmons, S: B.
Ware, E. C. Staley, E. E. Armstrong,
H. D. Leavengood, F. W. Cook, John
Thomson, J. J. Taylor, Sain Leigh, B.
F. Condon, W. C. Bay, L. E. Futch, IL
L. Borland, A. C. Blowers, B. F. Me-
Graw, R. V. Ott, C. E. Simmons. A. L
Lucas, T. M. Kilgore and B. E. Yonge.
The "ladies who prepared and served
the supper for the occasion were Mrs.
Lester Lucas, Mrs. B. F. Condon, Mrs.
F. W. Cook, Mrs. C. E. Simmons, Mrs.
Grider Perkins, Misses Louise Spen
cer, Kuth Simmons and francea
Yonge.
HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL
saturaay nignt at tne mgn scnooi
grounds, beginning at eight o'clock,
the Girls' Athletic Association of the
school will give a carnival to raise
funds to finance their athletic teams.
No general admission will be charged
and there will be no charge of over 10
cents to any of the features. Many
attractions have been arranged, all of
which are clever. A way has been
provided for those who wish to attend.
A flivver bus will be operated from
the square to the school grounds, and
the fare will be 10 cents. Let every
body attend the carnival and have a
good time and boost a good cause.
RAISED A BUCTJS
AT LITTLE ROCK
Little. Rock. OcL26. Two attacks
Ion shopmen, one at the Biddle shops
of the Rock Island road and another
on a boiler maker at the Missouri Pa-
cific shops last night and dynamiting
early today of the home of a Missouri
Pacific mechanic who returned to work
Monday, marked the .high points in
outbreaks of violence since the shop
men's strike began Jast June.
Speaking of lucky days, there's the
one on which America declined a man
date for Coostinolew- Edmonton
I Journal. :
-.J :
What is Moslem royalty worth to
the British Empire if ft must be
I bought by the sacrifice of Christians?
Toronto Globe.
Advertise in the Evwitng Star.

PERSISTENT REDS
' 111 THEIR POINT

J After Years "of Dispute, Vladivostok
Is la the Hands of the Far
Eastern Army
Tokio. Oct. 26. r Bv Associated
-
Press) Troops of the red army rep
resenting the iter Eastern republic of
Siberia are in complete possession of
riadivostok today. The last of the
apanese soldiers evacuated the city
esterday after handing over to the
invaders an inventory of the arms left
behind and keys to the warehouses
containing them. Only a Japanese
staff captain 'remained to complete
the transfer, of military stores.
METHODIST LADIES
HOLD MISSIONARY MEETING
A district meeting of the .Woman's
Missionary Society: of the Methodist
church was held in Ocala Wednesday.
he meeting was opened by a short
devotional led, byMrs. L. T. Wilson
of Ocala.- Mrs. T. M. Moore, president
of the Ocala missionary society, gra graciously
ciously graciously welcomed the visitors and del
egates.'1 -; : '' '. -: .' '
Mrs. W. W. Cly att, district secre
tary, introduced Mrs. Lipscomb, home
base secretary, of Nashville, Tena,
Mrs.; Baines, state treasurer and Mrs.
C Jenkins, conference correspond-
ing secretary, who were the principal
speakers on the program.
Report of delegates was called for
and Inverness, Leesburg, Bradentown
and Gainesville were represented and
gave most interesting reports. Mrs.
Clyatt gave a brief outline of the
wcrk being done in the Ocala district.
Mrs. L C Jenkins gave an address
on "Outlook of Our Conference,", and
stressed the point that all reports be
made out in full and sent in promptly.
Rev. W. P. Buhrman, presiding el
der of the Ocala district, gave a short A
talk on the work in the district and
mentioned the fact that seven churches
in the district needed missionary so-
cieties. The meeting was then throwa
open for a general discussion.
The meeting was adjourned at 12:20
for dinner, which was served in the
basement of the church by the ladies
of the. missionary society for all visi visitors
tors visitors and friends present.
The afternoon session was opened
with a short devotional service led by
Mrs. Rast of Leesburg. Mrs. L C
Jenkins gave a talk on "Conference
Missions'' and "The Scarrit Scholar
ship.'' This was an interesting ac
count of the mission work in the state,
Mrs. Baines gave a talk on the bud
get. Mrs. Lipscomb, told of the mis
sionary literature sent out by Nash
ville and the new mission study books.
She also discussed social service and
what it meant. Mrs. a W. White
gave a description of the' "Perfect
House" and its relation to the mis missionary
sionary missionary society. The meeting' was
closed by prayer led by Mrs, Lipsw
comb.
Rev. J. H. Daniels of Leesburg, Rev.
Partridge, Rev. Roberts and Rev. L
C Jenkins were visiting pastors pre-'
ent, also Rer. C. W. White of Ocala.
The meeting was well attended and
an inspiration to all present. Eachf
delegate and visitor went home with a
clearer understanding of the work the
society is trying to do and renewed
determination to help carry ft on.
' The Doctor's Prerogative.
Doctor (as agonized patient rasht
In) ''Good Lord, man! Dont ystt
Vkm that at least wait untn I tsQ
you where you are suffering."
Rlre 0?arls).
"Red Tape
Bed. tape, ta colloquial English,
fldal t ormalltT" or obstruction. Is
phrase which owes its origin ,to t4
red tape 'Which at least for two csas csas-taries
taries csas-taries has been used by lawyers safl
public oSdals tax tying up docuaest
sta CMcsgo Journal.
'r Soapttone. :". "I
Koanstone Is a .rock composed
tentlally of the hydro-magoeslan ml
sral tale, but never c&emicauy pars,
swing to file presence of ; varying
quantities of other minerals, such as
mica,' chlorite amphlbole, pyroxsasv
etc. Soapstone Is a massive rock, tA
blulsh-grsy-freen color, and tcCt
aoougb to be readily cut wltn a knlf&
: .' 'Degrees ef Affection.
Anna, who bad gone to visit sa
relatives, developed a severe case
homesickness and,' when asked if. i
didn't Bke her cousins, she replia&s
"Tes, I like fiiesn, but not as w3 o
hisue-gfuim foDa." 1. i



OCALA EVENING STAB. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1922

r -m m n 1 'unfaithful wife to death with the tratt 'the

UCaiU ElVCHlllfl 5 icll end of a shotgun- Maybe those folks
- . j in California want the wives to be-
rabiiahed Ctr Omr EiwDt Snadar br have themselves but a little of the

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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second-class matter.
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also the local news published herein.

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Legal advertisements at legal rates.

The citizens of Marion county will
find it good policy to vote for all four
amendments.

same thins: for the men would help
some. If all states would call it jus justifiable
tifiable justifiable homicide there would be a
lessening of this promiscuous loving
that is going on all about. Sanford
Herald.
' But, the enraged husband missed
the villain at short range with bo tb"
barrels of a shotgun. He should have
at least two years one for each bar barrelin
relin barrelin the pen for that.

DEMOCRATIC DOLLARS

The Tampa Times has conferred a
benefits -"on the long suffering press of
the state by advising Gen. Albert W.
Gilchrist to obtain a stenographer.

..

The big special edition printed by
the Palm Beach Post a few days ago
would be an honor to a paper publish published
ed published in1 a big city.

The sun is shining in the Times of office
fice office again. One of its fair writers has
returned from an absence of a, few
weeks. St. Petersburg Times.
What fair had he been writing up ?
The goody goodies have inveighed
against the pistol so much of late that

,we are afraid they will confisticate our

six-shooter. So we've bought a dou

ble-barreled shotgun and a supply of

buckshot shells. ;

In printing the list of democratic

donations yesterday, we credited
George MacKay with only one dollar,

while his contribution was $2. The
mistake was made by the linotype
man, who is so used to setting up

'$1" that his finger automatically

taps the figure "1" right after the
on his keyboard. It was also the

fault of the proofreader, which is us.

Last night we sent the national com

mittee a check for $1, which it won't

consider an unlucky number, tho ?14
vould have been better. Needn't any
of you good democrats, or bad ones
either, be bashful about ; handing in
your coin because election day is only
a dozen days off, and for the honor of
your county you should make its sub

scription bigger than $40.

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 Mc Ateer 1.00
Sam Petteway 1.00
George MacKay ............. 2.00

Niel Ferguson 1.00

To which we add the just received

dollar of G. W. (Tex) Martin.

Headline in .an exchange .says:

"There's a Woman Behind Kemal."

There has been a woman behind every

successful man, and a woman in the

'way of, almost every, man who has

failed.

The government thinks it is having

a hard time enforcing the eighteenth
amendment, but if it ever lets a bunch
of sissies cozen, it into trying to take
their pistols, from American citizens

it is going to be up against it sure

enough. , ",

' legislature to reapportion the

state. Seems to use like it is a waste

of time and space to argue this

point. Nobody but an entirely lost

idiot would want the governor given j

he power to coerce the legislature.
EIGHT' YEARS AGO

Oct. 26, 1914. Germans broke thru

Belgian line along the Yser in drive

toward Dunkirk, but were unable to

proceed further. The little remains

of the Belgian army, about 45,000

men, now settled down to defend this

tiny corner of Belgium, all that was

left of their country, and with some

Allied help kept it for three and a half

years, when the Allied line began to
move f orward again. The Belgian

capital was in the French city of

Havre.

Belleview, .Fla., Oct. 19. The Ocala

Weekly Star: Will you please sir sen

my paper to Belleview, Fla., f rome

John Williams.

John, we will gladly send your pa

per to Belleview, Boston, Barbadoes,

or wherever else you want it, but

would you kindly send us your last

address. There are half a dozen John

Williams on our subscription list.

Would, you think Hindoos were

working for Santa Claus? A dispatch

from New York says that a cargo of
nearly 67,000 cases of dates, the first
big importation of Christmas goods

for this, year, came in Wednesday

from. Bombay. .

A dispatch from Paris says that the

buying of dollars by British banks

with the French francs in their pos

session is said, by French financiers

to be the principal cause of the pres

ent weakness of, the franc. The dollars

were used by the British to pay in

terest on their war debt to the United

States. ;.

-They have queer justice in Califor

nia. .Fatty Ar buckle is freed from the

charget of killing Virginia Rappe and
a jury, today charged a. husband with
justifiable homicide when he beats his

TOWN PESTS

.. llMi. I
. Got tt wcrr. zxzzi

Times-union short Talks says:

"The Ocala Star a few days ago print printed
ed printed an especially large edition, and one

or more sections of' the twenty-four-

page issue was devoted to the opening

of the new business building of
George MacKay & Co. This is one

of the most complete and handsome

store buildings in the state and a

credit to Ocala. The firm was "burn

ed but" in February last,' and the

Star declares that the result was
highly beneficial to Ocala, as a rather
rambling and out-of-date budding has

ben replaced by something modern
and excellent. The pictures show

that the new home of George Mac

Kay & Company is commodious, sub substantial
stantial substantial and attractive. The special
edition not only gave a complete his history
tory history of the firm and its-activities, but

included a number of interesting spe special
cial special articles, pictures and much ad

vertising. T It was gotten up in the

Star office in a little more than a week

and shows what can be done in the

Florida print shop when the occasion

demands particular effort.

Mr. Ismael Brant was quite excited

when raking hay and a big moccasin

crawled over his foot.. Ismael -left the

snake in charge and proceeded to stop

his mule and find a pitchfork. -Electra
Items in Ocala Star. (N. "B. Will

the correspondent please make

"photograph' for each item and use

i a pencil that-will make a black

mark ? ) Phil Armstrong in Times
Union. .',

Dear Phil, unless my guess I've missed,

You'd better consult an oculist.

! You've tried to give the Star .the

laugh,

Senator' Fletcher urged state real

tors in convention in St. Petersburg
to take up the cudgels of war against
the "summer mosquito. "You inaugu- j

rate a fight against the mosquito pest:
and the rest of the country will follow

your lead." Senator Fletcher said the

mosquito was the greatest of all mur

derers. "It breeds disease and spreads

fever epidemics," he declared. "Mos

quito victims number millions."

The Ocala Star, edited by J. H.

Benjamin,; is a very small paper, but

it always has something worth while

in it on the editorial page at least.

Clearwater Sun.

We t highly appreciate the forego

ing compliment the Sun, in the good

ress of its heart, wanted to pay us a
compliment, but its conscience forbade

its being top profuse of praise.
Why will teachers and editors in

sist in writing "parent-teachers asso association."
ciation." association." What defense is there for
writing "parent" singular and "teach

ers' plural.. Is it supposed that there

will be but one present in such an as

sociation? The 'hyphenate should be
"parents-teachers," as the Banner has
tried 'to make it all the time. Dade

City Banner.

We' don't savvy the grammar, but

there is 'seldom more than one par-

ent-theThother--bf a child at a meet

ing of an association.

Um ir n v

- x .-k. v. . - w e

I

fifteen (15)
Better
cigarettes

Every cigarette full
, weight and full size
Copyught 1922, Liggett & Mters Tobacco Co.

CIGARETTES-

better Turkish
-better Virginia (
-better Burley

Freedom Based on the Bible.
It is impossible to enslave, mentally

or socially, a uiDie-reading people.

The principles of the Bible are the

groundwork of human freedom. Hor

ace Greeley.

Or He' Thinks Shs Does.
The thing a man enjuys about a love
affair. Is that be bus found someone at
last who believes everything be says.
Boston Transcript.

Married Men Trustworthy.
Statistics indicate that married men
are. more trustworthy than single mem
In the ratio of G to 1, probably because
of their increased sense of responsi responsibility.
bility. responsibility. ...

I But

that word
, graph."

was printed "para

The Gent of leisure who has Noth Nothing
ing Nothing to Do and Camps Down In a Bizzy
Newspaper Office to Do It is our Idea
of a Perfect Pest. Yessir, any Feller
who will Pester a Hard Working Edi Editor
tor Editor ain't Got No Heart and Here's
Hopin' he finds Lumps in his Mashed
Potatoes!

A dispatch from Park. City, Utah,

says that the members of the demo

cratic women's club there at the elee

tion of officers last, night elected Mrs.

J. L. Aubrey "baby tender." Her du

ties will be to look after infants while

their mothers delve into timely polit

ical matters. Provision for the estab establishment
lishment establishment of a baby check room has

been made. Golly!

The vJacksonville Journal jumps on

the Hagenback-Wallace circus, which
vras in its town the other" day, and

sold more reserved seat tickets by a
large number than it had seats. Cir

cuses play that trick on almost every

town they come to, and almost al

ways get away" with it. And it is sel-

aom that a newspaper, speaks .up

about it.

A good many times since the reap reapportionment
portionment reapportionment debate began, we have

heard and seen the argument that
neither under the present law nor the

amendment could the governor compel

ELECTRA

Electra, Oct. 26. Everybody is cor

dially invited to attend a box supper
that will be given for the benefit of

the athletic activities of the consoli

dated high school, Saturday night,

Nov; 4th, at Lynne. All girls be sure

and bring' av box; boys, don't forget

your pocketbooks.

Mrs. J. C. Pillans, who spent two

weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. R.
Durrance at Tampa, returned home

Iriday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Brant Sr.

were business callers in Ocala Friday, j

; The many friends of Mr. Andrew

Holden are congratulating him on his
marriage last Thursday. Mrs. Holden

was Miss Woodley. They will be at

home to their friends in Leesburg

after their honeymoon.

Mr. and Mrs. George Griggs spent

the week-end with Mrs. Griggs' par-1

ents, Mr. and Mrs. David Sellers.

We are sorry to hear that Mr. and

Mrs. Geo. W. Brant and children have

moved to Belleview.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pillans and fam

ily of Ocala spent Sunday with their

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans.

Among the crowd from Electra that

attended the services at Lynne were
Mr. G. W. Brant Sr. and family, Mr.
R. A. Halford, son Lee and Miss Helen

Harris.

Members dont forget to attend B.

Y. P. U. next Friday night. There

will be no Sunday school or B. Y. P. U.

the fifth Sunday.

KENDRICK

Kendrick, Oct. 25 Mr. and Mrs.

Allie Huff of Ocala were the week

end crnests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Til

ler.

Miss Bessie Mae Finley of Irvine

spent the week-end with her parents.

Mr. Lee Bostick left Sunday for
Lakeland, where he has accepted a

position.

Miss Lillian Livingston spent Sun-

dav with her Darents. Dr. and Mrs.

W. Bl Livingston.'

' Mrs. F. L. Mead and son, Master
Wavne. Misses Ida Mae and Inez

Mead of Palmetto and Miss Ernestine
Williams of Wildwood. were week-end I

guests'xf Mrs: Mead's daughter, Mrs.

C. A. McCully.

MrAWade Ward is visiting his

brother, Mr. R. B. Ward, and family.

"Yes, dear. You can get the Sport

Hats at FISHEL'S." S-2t

SPECIAL-SIX SEDAN 7sfif fiF7 I i ,J; 'ISllirn

Then Price

Judge Its Quality

EQUIPMENT

Automatic
' wiper.

rindshicld

Beaded radiator.
Exhaust beater.
Courtesy light.
Jeweled eight-day dock.
Cowl ventilator.
X iiief ui vxjr traoanuaatoo
lock.
Rain Tiaor.
Opalescent comer Cgbta.
MaasivcheadEghts.
Artiatic coach lamps.
Foot ; doors that awing wide
opes.
Simple automatic window
lifts raiae or lower platc-

There's something alluring about
the Studebaker Special -Six Sfcdan?
You notice it when you pass one
on the street. It grows on you as
you examine the car's details. Itbe Itbe-"
" Itbe-" comes even more pronounced when
you take the wheel and drive it
No wonder the Special-Six Sedan
. carries such an appeal! Its beauty
.of line, finish and appointments
fascinates you. The delightful har harmony
mony harmony of color in the upholstery, the
completeness of the appointments
and the soft carpeting afford real
elegance and at a new low price.
The body is a striking example of
the handicraft of Studebaker arti artisans.
sans. artisans. Built in Studebaker plants
" where the coachmaker's art has been
handed down from father to son for
more than two generations. ".

It is mounted on the same de dependable
pendable dependable Special -Six chassis that
has added new fame to the name
StudebakerwhcrcvcT cars are known.
" -. '-
Compare its appearance, its en endurance
durance endurance records, its comfort,- its
equipment'and its recognized reli reliability
ability reliability wit h any car within hundreds
of dollars of its price. Judge it on
quality first then price because
price alone is no indication of its
' intrinsic value. ' i
You can have confidence in the
quality of Studebaker cars in the
'70 years of business success and
manufacturing integrity back of
theca and in the sterling dollar dollar-fur
fur dollar-fur -dollar value built into them.
-- '.'-- :
The name Studebaker on your
car insures satisfaction 1
. i-

, MODELS AND PRICES, o. Jb. f&ctorien
LIGHT-SIX I SPSCI AL-3TX BIG-SIX
S-Pm.. 11TV.B. S-PmMa.. lirW.B. f-Pmm.. 126' W. B.
40H.P. SOH.P. 60 H. P.
Tig f Q7S Touring- $12?i 'Touring.: $1650
Roadster OPass.). 975 Rosdrtr(-Pa.) 1250 Speelster (4-Pass.) 17S5
Coupe-Roadster Roister4-Faa..) 275 Coope 4-Paa.) M75
2-Paaa.) '. 1225 Conpe(4-Pasa.)-,lS7S Elan 2475
Sedan 15S0 Sedan 2050 Sedan (Special) 2650

Cord Tir Standard Equipment

McLEOD & WATERS

OCALA FUU PHONE 17.

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fort King Art nd Osceola Street. -S
IS A S T U D E

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OCALA ETENING STAB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25,1522

SASH

DOOR

Geo. MacKay X Co.

Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

mtrn:

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 Tetter paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
i them.
SPENCER PEDBICK
MOTOR CO.
PHONE 8

OCALA

OCGURREIIOES

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

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

(Evening Star Oct. 26, 1902)
Will J. Edwards, in a letter to a

friend from Springfield, Mass., said he
was having such a good time he did

cot have time to think of coming

Rev. C. E. Wyatt and son, Collins J home, which made his brother John

of DeLand, are spending this week in I think that he had better go after him.
Ocala with friends. I The funeral of Mrs. J. W. Sylves

ter was very largely attended yester-

Mrs. Eugene Swindell and little son I day afternoon despite the inclement

have returned home 'from a short I weather.

visit with relatives in Savannah. j Maj. Geo. M. Hubbard, commander

of the Ocala post of Confederate vet-

Mrs. Almeda Turnipseed went to J erans, is thinking seriously of going

to Montgomery Nov. 11 with the
Seventh Alabama Cavalry in their
reunion. He was a gallant soldier in

this regiment.

HOW TO NWIN: Trust In the Lord,
sod do food; so ahalt thou dwell fe
lend, and verily thoo shall be
ted.
Commit thy way unto 4b Lord)
trust also In him; and he stall brfnf
K to pass. Psalm ST: 8, 6.

CONNER

Tampa today for a visit with her

brother, Mr. Harry Leavengood.
New York, Atlantic City, Washiag.

ton are easily reached through use of
Merchants & Miners .steamers, Jack Jack-sonville
sonville Jack-sonville to Baltimore and Philadelphia.

DON REY cigar are better. 6-10t
Mrs. B. W. Lipscomb, whp has been
the guest of Mrs. W. W. Clyatt for a
few days, left today for her home in

Nashville.

lu

Plumbing & Electrical
Contracting

Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully
given.
PHONE 252

Needham Motor Co.

v SALT SPIES ITER
. Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocajans. It is also
beig shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold under a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
container.
Chcro-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 167

Mr. Frank Drake, who has been in

Savannah for several days attending

to business for the Camp Phosphate

Company, is expected home tonight.

New Irish potatoes, okra, cucum

bers, eggplant, mustard, turnips,
pickled' pigs' feet, Spanish mackerel.
U-Serve Store No. 2, Market Depart-
h

went. Phone 614. 25-3t

We sell VEGEX. Farmers Exchange

Store. Phone 163.

2442t

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson, who at

tended the realtors convention in St.
Petersburg, returned home yesterday.
They made the trip in their car and
found the roads via Brooksville in
poor condition.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Oct. 26, 1902)
Mr. J. J. Gerig went to Jacksonville

last night to meet his wife and little
daughter, who are en route home from

Indiana.

Mr. William Wolff has a fine auto

which he drives with as much care

less grace as though he were Bob
Burman or Ed Tucker.
The Alabama Paving Company has
two blocks of vitrified brick laid on

Fort King avenue, from Judge W. S.
Bullock's corner east to Mr. R. A.

Burford's corner. The grade has

been made some distance further west

and the work will now progress in a

hurry. Dry sand will be hauled and

laid over-the bricks and the passing
traffic will sift it thoroughly in the
cracks. This street will not be grout

ed, with cement as was the business
portion of the town. The city engi engineer
neer engineer certainly gave the contractors a
beautiful grade on this street.

bllLeview

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Berryman of

Peru, Ind.,,new arrivals, are com comfortably
fortably comfortably located at the Layton hotel.
This is their first visit to Ocala and

they are so well pleased with our city weeks vacati0n.

Belleview, Oct. 25. Mr. and Mrs.
Will Coggswell of Connecticut, arriv arrived
ed arrived home Friday. They came by the
Clyde Line on the Lenape and were
delayed by its being stranded.
Mrs. Leo B. Hames'of Jacksonville,

came home Friday to spend a two

that they may decide to

winter here.

spend the

mechanically in Al condition. Easy

terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor oCm

pany. 2-tf

Mr. Otto Phillips and family spent
a few days in, Manatee county last
tnalr Mts Pioiw and firm T-rmniP-

For sale. 1920 Cleveland (speedster, accompanied them home for a short

visit.

Mr. Tyner and family of Lowell
have recently purchased the John
Haffner place northeast of town.
Mr. J. A. Freeman is having quite
a bit of repair work done on his

store now run by Messrs. Potter and

lyner, both of Lowell, who have re

cently' rented" it.

Mrs. Alfred E. Abshier of Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Vernie Abshier last week.

Conner, Oct. 25 Mrs. Henry Heine Heine-man
man Heine-man and baby have returned from a

pleasant visit of two weeks with rela

tives in Tavares.

Mrs. G. H. Newton and three little

boys, wbo have spent the summer
with Mrs. Newton's father, Mr. Joe

Stanaland, left Thursday for their

home in Adams Run, S. C

Swaim, the sign painter of OcaW,
visited friends in the neighborhood

Sunday.

H. A. Atwater, who was among his
friends the first of the week, has re

turned to Lake George.

George Randall has had quite a tus tussle
sle tussle with dengue fever, but is improv

ing now.

Ralph Gnann and Grady Smith

went to Hawthorn for the week end.

Prof. J. W. Jones and W. T. How Howard
ard Howard attended the teacher's institute in

Ocala Saturday.

Thanks to Mrs. W. H. Garrettson

for a bottle of new syrup, also an in invitation
vitation invitation to the first cane grinding of

the season.

Rev. Ray Walden of Flemington,
assisted the pastor. Rev. J. C. Boat Boat-wright
wright Boat-wright in a series of meetings at the

Oklawaha Bridge Baptist church last

week.

W. H. Garrett son is engaged in

naintiner the residence of Mr. Peebles

at Conner.

Arthur Lee of Atlanta, Ga., is

new comer to our neighborhood, and
is located at the home of Mr. Neil

Stanaland.

Mrs. Charles Rogers and children of

Ocala came out Friday to spend the

week-end with Mr. Rogers and attend

services at the Baptist church.

Mr. Luffman of Oak was a visitor

at the Lynne high school Friday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. : :

Swagger line Men's Caps. Fishel's.
The proposition advanced by the
Star a few days ago, to form an asso association
ciation association to take care of the old ceme cemetery,
tery, cemetery, has met but one response that
from Mr. E. E." Dobbs. If the people
won't take interest in the cemetery,
they needn't expect the city govern
ment to take care of it.

MltlAOSCHILES
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-lshed
lshed pub-lshed as information and not guar guar-lteed.
lteed. guar-lteed. (Eastern Standard Time)

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg : 2:27 ion
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 8:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
3 :30 pm Homosassa 1 :16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p)Monda;rt Wednesday, Friday.
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm' Jacksonville 4:06 pm
Tampa-Manatee-
1:55 am St.' Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am. Tampa 2:84 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm

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

" Another Naslu" 6tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brumby Sr. of
Flat Rock, N. C, have been guests of
their son, J. R. Brumby Jr. and fam family.
ily. family. VThey left yesterday afternoon
for their winter home in Dunedin.

Their little" granddaughter, Marian,

Who spent the summer with them in

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter of Lady

Lake and daughter, Mrs. S. D. Tootle

and baby of Plant City, were guests

of Mrs. Freeman Hames last Sunday.

Mr. and .Mrs. Harry Harrell and

baby, Margaret of Jacksonille, were

in town visiting relatives Sunday.

The road gangs are both' busy on
the Dixie Highway and Tampa road.

The white lime is being put on the

highway at present near Mrs. Pelot's

and Mr. Hames' properties.

MOSS BLUFF

FOR SALE

About 70 head of
Hogs, 60 Chickens and
100 bales of Hay

D. G. WHALEY, Receiver
Shady Grove Road, Ocala

L. ALEXANDER

PRACHCAlf CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER

Careful estimates made on all con con-stract
stract con-stract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other

ontractor in the city.

We have the best meats to be had

in Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf

Moss Bluff, Oct. 26. Friends of

Mrs. L. A. Griggs will be glad to

j know tbat she is convalescent after an

North Carolina, returned with them j attack of dengue fever.

and has entered school, much to the Mrs. B. T. Vaughn and two pretty

pleasure of her little playmates, who, j children, Emma Katherine and Benja-

haye missed her. during her absence, rain Thomas Jr., of Jacksonville, have

- t jieturned home after several weeks
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant spent here the guests of the former's

rood will perform wonders with your parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort.

pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court

Pharmacy. tf

If you would Dollars save, buy Mfl Mfl-inery
inery Mfl-inery at FISHEL'S. 5-2t

Friends of Mrs. James Martin will
be glad to know that she has recover recovered
ed recovered from her recent illness and is out

again.

Mr. a. j. Morton of Eiectra and

miss F lorence u. woodberry were

married last Thursday afternoon in

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USED CAR SALE

We offer some very unusual values in the automobiles listed below,
all of them in good running order. Terms if desired.
1920 Buick Touring (private use only) new tires...... $675.00
1921 Buick Touring, like new, perfect condition $900.00
Reo Touring with starter. Used by Sumner, Belleview $225.00
Overland Touring, very late model. Mrs. DeCamp's car..... $260.00
Ford Touring with starter, repainted, new top $250.00
Studebaker without starter, good condition, fine for
light truck ......$. 90.00
Will gladly demonstrate any of these cars.
McLEOD & WATERS t
STUDEBAKER DEALERS, PHONE 170

ANTHONY

Frank Whitman of the Florida

Grower was here a couple of days this I Ocala.

week. Everybody in Lauderdale likes I Mr. Baker, a well known citizen a

Frank because he has been mighty j Tampa, is in our burg demonstrating

good to this place. But they dont the carbide lighting system. He and

get to see much ,of him. He slips into J Mr. Albert Fort made a business trip
town, fishes a couple of days with I to Tampa Sunday, returnine Monday.

Commodore Brook and Charlie Flip- A revival meeting is being conduct-

pen and fades away as silently as he ed here this week at the Christian

comes. He makes his big noise on church by Revs. Martin and Hamilton,
the typewriter after he gets back to Sunday there will be a dinner on the
the Grower office. Fort Lauderdale rrounds. An invitation is extended to

Herald. all to come and hrinc well filled Kn

The Charlie Flippen refered to isjkets.

cur Charlie, who fearfully thinned out Mr. Dan Fort, Mr. Baker and Miss
the big fish in the Oklawaha before Martha Fort were callers in Leesburg
moving to Fort Lauderdale. Thursday.

Quite a number from here attended

Will take pupils In violin, piano and I the fifth Sunday meeting at Oklawaha

voice with theory lessons free. Terms I Bridge church Sunday.

reasonable. Will offer classes in his- Miss Lillie Sue Clayton and Mr.
tory of music, sight singing, dictation Crn attended the teachers' meeting

and ear training for small fee. Special I in Ucala Saturday.

attention given out of town pupils.

Write or call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala, I Fertilize your pot plants and lawn

Fla, Phone 305. 9-15-tf flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold

I in 25c., 50c. and $2 packages at the

'Sav it Ararat" hmr the I Court Pharmacy. 18-tf

flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1

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

Do you want substantial shoes for

yourself and children. If so, try
FISHEL'S. 5-2t

"Walk-a-block and save a dollar on

your hats, men." FISHEL'S. 5-2t

DON RET quality cigars. 6-10t

Anthony, Oct. 24. Mr. Will Lamb

of Center Hill left Friday for his home
after a visit with his brothers, Messrs.

P. and Henry Lamb, and nephew,

Mr. Charlie Lamb. .

Mrs. J. E. Murray and two little

daughters and Mr. James Fielding of
Gainesville spent the week-end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Fielding.

The Woman's Club gave a reception

Friday evening at the club house for

the teachers of the Anthony school.

Prof. Lindsey made an interesting

talk and a short program was enjoy

ed by those present. Refreshments of

punch and cake were served.. s

Mrs. S. J. McQuaig returned home

Saturday from Dunnellon. Her son-

in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G.

W. Wood, accompanied her home for

a few days' stay.

Miss Caroline Pasteur, who is

teaching in Weirs dale, and Miss Mil

dred Manning, who is teaching in Red-

dick, spent Saturday and Sunday at

home.

Rev. A. M. Mann of Citra filled his

usual appointment at the Methodist

church Sunday morning and evening.

Ihe congregation also enjoyed the

special song rendered by Messrs. Will
Altaian, Dudley Cole, Claud Barnett

and Frank Gates.

Miss Ernestine Walsh, who has

been visiting her sister, Mrs.. E. C
Beuchler, left Saturday for her home

in Savannah.

Mrs. Willie Caruthers entertained
a number of her friends Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon at her home to celebrate her

Windav. Daintv refreshments of

cream and cake were served. The

afternoon was greatly enjoyed by

those nresent.

The members of the Baptist church

have had the church painted inside
and out, which is a great improve

ment, t,

Mr. and Mrs.'E. C. Beuchler have

just purchased a handsome new Buick.

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stack, Mr. A.

E. leaser, nis lanuiy nu ui"t
Mr. Eleaser. of Columbia, S. C ar

rived Saturday to take possession of
their new home recently purchased
from Mr. C O. Haymaker. Mr. Hay

maker and family have moved into
the property known as the old DanieJa
home, formerly occupied by Mr. J. E.

Miller and family. ;
Mr. Lander Lever arrived here
Tuesday after a short visit to Miami
and other points on the East Coast,
and is visitine relatives.

tw, a t RasVin is having her

house nainted.

We congratulate Reddick and Citra

on being so fortunate, each having a

bank in their town. Anthony is in

need of one and we hope in the near
future we will have a bank, lights,
cannine factory, cold-storage and a

hotel.
Miss Annie Forbes had the misfor

tune to fall and sprain her ankle last

week and will not be able to be cut

for some time.

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COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

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; Clean wooden floors, linoleum,
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Weather-kept foods are risky foods to eat.
Exposed to germ-laden dust and myriajj impuri impurities;
ties; impurities; such foods are easy prey for all the enemies of,
wholesomeness. -.xv 4, 1T
Yet people will take such chances in the Fall
and Winter.
Perhaps they have nevendiscovered how snail an
investment for ice is necessary at this time of the year
.' Ocala Ice & Packing Co Ocala, Fla.

Exercise Care.
If we would not spill our own loed

we dioold Ire more attention to omt-

elTes than to the other fellow, lest

we accidentally do what we try t
avoid. Personal examples of careful-

are better than volumes of advlca

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England about 1683. His mother, ft
second wife, was the daughter si
Peter Folxer, a leading settler, aetsj
far his philanthropy and tolerance.



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

(RATES under this heading are u
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three times 60c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable ia
aaraaee except to those who hare reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WEEKLY AD
FOR SALE Eggs and
from twenty varieties
Write your wants. J.
Summerfield, Fla.
baby- chicks
of poultry.
W. Gardner,
20-27-tf
I OR RENT Rooms, newly furnish furnish-'
' furnish-' ed throughout, in best section, near
churches and theater; must be seen
to be appreciated. Reasonable rates
by day, .week or month. 316 East
Fort King Ave., Phone 631. 26-6t
WANTED An experienced security
salesman to work in St. Petersburg
or Tampa, or elsewhere, by under underwriter
writer underwriter of Gandy bridge securities.
Have most attractive proposition
for winter. Average man selling
many thousand dollars weekly and
find big demand and no resistance.
Most attractive proposition made to
hard workers.. For quick reply ad address
dress address Underwriters, P. O. Box 428,
St. Petersburg, Fla. 26-3t
ROOMS FOR RENT LighV house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping rooms for rent, nicely' fur furnished,
nished, furnished, two blocks east from court
house. Apply at 239 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Phone 507. 26-3t
1 OK KENT Six room house corner
Tuscawilla and South Second; $35.
Possession Nov.. 1st. D. Niel Fer
guson. 26-3t
LiUST &aC6yz non-skia tire on rim,
lost on Sharps Ferry road. Return
to D. W. Tompkins, Ocala. 25-3t
FOR SALE OR RENT Small bun bungalow
galow bungalow just completed, near high
school building. Easy terms. Ray
& Thomson. Phone 562. 25-6t
LOST Octagon shape, white gold
wrist watch case engraved bezel
10 size. Sales tag attached. No
movement in case. Notify Mrs.E.
M. Brown, care Wilson's jewelry
store, Fort King Ave. 25-lt
LOST Brown fox fur, crepe de chene
lining. Think it was" misplaced
some months ago. Finder kindly
notify Mrs. B. F. Condon. Phone
89. 25-3t
FOR RENT Rooms also mceiy lur lur-nished
nished lur-nished apartment. Apply to Mrs.
T. H. Johnson, 504 Oklawaha. Phone
379. 24-6t
FOR SALE Airedale pups, pure bred
from big hunting strain. Kingman
Moore, 719 Wenona St. 24-3t
FOUND Sonie one left a boy's
bicycle on my lawn several days
ago. Owner can have same by de describing
scribing describing property and paying for
this ad. R. N. Dosh. 24-4t
WANTED Real salesman, no trifler.
Call for Mr. Kelly at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall hotel. 23-3t
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. 21-6t
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 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 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
MUSIC Will take pupils in violin,
piano and voice with theory lessons
free. Terms reasonable. Will offer
classes in history of music, sight
- singing, dictation and ear training
' for small free. Special attention
given out of town pupils. Write or
call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala. Phone
305. 15-tf
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FOR RENT Rooms furnished or un
. furnished for light housekeeping,
with hot and cold water in baths.
Kooms are 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 tJitra).
Suitable reward for return to W. D.
Carn, Ocala. 13-tf
HALLOWE'EN CARD PARTY
There will be a card party at the
Catholic rectory Tuesday, October 31
Make arrangements for. your tables
with Mrs. Allen Walkley or Mrs.
Weller Carmichael. 24-6t
Advertise in the Evening Star.

OCALA 0CCURRE11CES
If you have any local or society

items for the Star, phone five-one.
Mr. Harry Uoleomb of Orlando is a
business visitor in Ocala this week.
Mrs. J. H. Speering has returned to
her home in West Palm Beach, after
a two weeks stay in Ocala.
The DOLLAR aluminum sale at
Theus Brothers is still on. See the
many real double values offered. 26-6t
We will look for you at the O. H. S.
carnival. Your friends will be there. 3t
For men of good taste, DON KEY
cigars. 6-iut
Mr. John Davant, a prominent at
torney of Brooksville, spent today in
the city on legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cummings of
Bradentown, who were guests of Rev.
and Mrs. C. W. White ofr a few days,
have left for a trip on the East Coast
before returning home.
Many of the most attractive values
in our big DOLLAR aluminum sale
are still on hand. Call and see them.
Theus Brothers. 26-6t
"Another Nash." 6U
A chance to know your future.
H. S. carnival. 26-3t
Automobile thieves were again at
work in Ocala last night. The truck
belonging to Theus Bros, was stolen
from in front of the Arcade barber
shop- about eleven o'clock. Nothing
has beeir-heard'of it since.
Ask for DON KEY cigars. 6-10t
"Another Nasli. 6tl
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent stora
Ocala, Fla. tf
On Tuesday evening at 7:30 at her
home Mrs. J. R. Brumby Jr. will en
terrain a number of little friends at a
Hallowe'en party for her daughter,
Marian, who has recently ., returned
from a summer spent with her grand
parents in North Carolina.
In our children's and growing boys'
pnd girls' department another lot of
double pants suits, tweed material,
fancy and woolen sox and stockings
and more of those good Red Goose
shoes. E. C. Jordan & Co., children's
corner. zb-bt
DON REY cigars are better. 6-10V
"Another Nash-" 6tf
Miss Rhoda Rhody, who has been
staying with her sister, Mrs. E. G.
Lindner, has moved to the Arms
House. Mrs. Lindner and children ex
pect to leave in a few days for Bay
St. Louis, Miss., for a visit with Dr.
Lindner's sister, Mrs. Tom Harris.
House felt slippers in rose, gold,
turquoise and orange shades just in.
See the window. E. C. Jordan & Co.
clothing department. 26-6t
Never think of missing "Jazz Baby"
at the O. H. S. carnival. 26-3t
- We have the best meats to be had
ir Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe and Mrs.
F G. B. Weihe of this city and Dr.
F. E. Weihe of Leesburg, who accom
panied Mr. C. E. Ahearn to Hollywood
and Miami, returned home last night,
having had a most delightful trip.
Vhile there they met Mr. Charles
Peyser and Mr. Jake Brown, two for
mer Ocalans.
Our bulletin on new arrivals of sea
sonable merchandise from day to day
will appear regularly in the Star.
Read and keep posted. It pays. E. C.
Jordan & Co., clothing department. 61
Miss Agnes Person, state president
i
of the Florida Division, U. D. C, who
has been the guest of Mrs. R. G.
Blake during her stay in Ocala, left
today for her home in Orlando. Miss
rerson was the guest of honor yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at a called meeting of
Dickison Chapter. The meeting was
held at the home of Mrs. R. B. Bullock
and was really a reception for the
visitor and the afternoon was one of
enjoyment for all who attended. The
hostess, who is well known for her
cordial 1 hospitality, was assisted in
entertaining during the afternoon by
Mrs. H. M. Hampton and Mrs. T. S.
Trantham. Miss Person was the guest
of honor today at a luncheon at the
home of Mrs. T. S. Trantham. The"
other guests included Mrs. E. L. Car Carney,
ney, Carney, Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Mrs. R. G.
Blake and Mrs. R. B. Bullock.

WOMAN'S CLUB
OPENS SATURDAY

The Woman's Club will hold its first
meeting Saturday afternoon at three
o'clock. There will be a reception to
the new members and the public school
teachers. The program will be in
charge of the citizenship committee,
which has arranged for an address by
Mayor Martin of Jacksonville. As his
subject will be on the political issues
of the day, the club extends an invi
tation to the public to attend this
meeting.
FUNERAL SERVICES
FOR MRS. MINSHALL
The funeral services for the much
j lamented Mrs. Minshall will be held at
the Presbyterian church at 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon. Rev. W. F
Creson will officiate.
NOTICE TOU.D.C.
The members of Dickison Chapter,
u. u. i; are requested to attend in ar
body the funeral of Mrs. H. S. Min
shall, an adopted daughter of this or
ganization. Mrs. R. B. Bullock,
Recording Secretary.
KNIGHT TEMPLARS
Special meeting tonight and work
m the 1L. 1. degree, tse on hand at
7:30. A. L. Lucas, E. C.
Mr. Travis Collier, who attended the
American Legion convention in New
Orleans, stopped on his way back to
Ocala in Chipley, where the Collier
family made their home before com coming
ing coming to this city, and is having a good
time visiting old friends. Mr. Collier's
father lost his life in the great storm
that swept the West Florida coast in
1906, and tho his body was recovered
his family has never been able to lo
cate his 'grave until within the last
few days Mr. Travis Collier, by the
assistance of a friend, found his
father's last resting place in St.
Michael's cemetery in Pensacola. The
Pensacola News .says: "T. W. Collier,
now located at -Ocala, Fla., where he
is in the transfer business, spent the
past day or two in the city. He is a
personal friend of Carl J. Matthews,
field secretary for the Christian En Endeavor,
deavor, Endeavor, and. when Sunday he heard
that Mr. Matthews was here, he lost
no time in looking him up, and the
Ocala man was in the large audiences
assembled in the Knox Presbyterian
church Sunday afternoon and night
Mr. Collier, on arriving here, had un
pleasant memories of the storm of
1906 brought back to him. His father
was employed in the quarantine serv
ice at that time, and was among those
who attempted to come to Pensacola
in a frail craft. to escape the fury of
the.. storm. .His, boat was swamped
and- he attempted to get to Pensacola
on the deck of a hatch. His body was
washed up some time afterward near
Perdido wharf."
Be sure to see "Pete the Pigmy,'!
at
the O. H. S. carnival. 26-3t
All signs point to advance in Cot
ton Goods. Old prisec at FISHEL'S
on Ginghams, Outings, Muslins. 5-2t
aa.aa.-aaaaaaaa-a aaa--a-a.
New HATS weekly. FISHEL'S. 2t
Friday, Oct. 27th, from 3 p. m. to 5
p. 4ic. can or icoyai acariet apri
cots 25c. O. K. Teapot Grocery
Self Serve. It
Circle No. 3 of the
Methodist Mis-
sionary society neia a
very entnus-
iastic meeting at the home of its
chairman, Mrs. Geo. W. Martin, Mon
day afternoon. The Bible study was
led by Mrs. Martin. Prayer by Mrs.
W. R. Bryant. Mrs. Simmons, Mrs.
Cook, Mrs. Hickel, Mrs. Bryant and
Mrs. Thomas made reports for the
month. Circle No. 3 lost its secre secretary
tary secretary and a very faithful member when
Mrs. G. T. Condrey moved to another
tewn recently. A letter commending
Mrs. Condrey as a loyal worker to the
missionary .' society of Inverness, her
! new home, will be written by Mrs. A.
jT. Thomas, who succeeds Mrs. Con Condrey
drey Condrey as secretary. Refreshments
were .served during the social half half-hour,
hour, half-hour, 'consisting of pineapple salad,
saltines, coffee and cream.
Friday, Oct. 27, from 3 p. m. to 5
p. m., six bars of toilet soap 25c,
seven bars of Grandma's white laun laundry
dry laundry soap, 25c. O. K. Teapot Grocery
Self Serve. It
Friday, Oct. 27th, from 3 p. m. to
5 p. m., 40c. jar pure jam, three jars
for 50c. O. K. Teapot Grocery Self
Serve. It
"Pigrola," eighth wonder of the
world at the O. H. S. carnival. 26-3t
New HATS weekly. FISHEL'S. -2t
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
Seven passenger Studebaker and
Buick four truck for $325. Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. Phone 8, Ocala,
Fla. 25-tf

TEACHERS AND PARENTS
WILL MEET AT McINTOSH

Marion County Council of the Parent Parent-Teacher
Teacher Parent-Teacher Association
Friends, patrons and teachers of
schools are cordially invited to meet
with the Marion County Council ox
Parent-Teachers Association at the
Mcintosh school, Saturday, Nov. 4th,
at 10:30 a. m. All are asked to bring
lunches but the Mcintosh Parent-
Teacher Association will serve cof
fee. Please let Mrs. M. G. Batetnan,
secretary of the Parent-Teacher As Association
sociation Association at Mcintosh, know if you are
planning to be there. The following
is the program for the day:
Invocation Rev. J. D. Murray.
Community singing. Miss Lois
Dickson, accompanist.
Election of officers.
Roll call and plans for the year of
;he parent-teacher associations of the
county.
Address, "Purpose of the Parent Parent-Teacher
Teacher Parent-Teacher Associations" Supt. H. G.
Shealy.
Lunch and social hour.
Singing.
Program by the Mcintosh school.
Address, "Necessary Equipment in
Schools" Dean Norman, teachers'
college, Gainesville.
Margaret E. Taylor, Chairman.
CLEAN
PAINT
TUNE
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We are equipped to give com complete
plete complete renovation and repair
service on your car. We get it
ready for the road (n jig time
and at low prices. All expert
workmen.
GAS OIL GREASE
DIXIE HIGHWAY
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JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
Ocala, Florida.
SEVEN DAY SERVICE

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5 VAUDEVILLE SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS

HOME DWELLERS

AND
HOME BUILDERS
Are installing RADIANTFIRE gas heaters in their
fire places. This new and revolutionary gas: heating
appliance make3 the fire place a source of real comfort
at a small price, and there's no bother. "Radiant
Rays" project 90'per cent, of their warmth straight
into the room. v

COCTHUMPHRET

GAS

Burns for hours at the cost of a shovel full of-vCoal.
It is Odorless, Ashless, Smokeless and Dustless. v

CALL AT OUR SHOW ROOMS AND ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
Ocala Gas Company
Harrington-Hall Block Ft. King Avenue

.CAR LOAD OF APPLES
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A car load of EXTRA FANCY APPLES will
be sold by the peck or bushels. PRICES REASON REASONABLE.
ABLE. REASONABLE. '
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UF00075908_06338.mets
METS:structMap STRUCT1 physical
METS:div DMDID ADMID The ORDER 0 main
PDIV1 Main
PAGE1 Page
METS:fptr FILEID
PAGE2
PAGE3
PAGE4 4
STRUCT2 other
ODIV1
FILES1