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WEATHER FORECAST Mostly cloudy with local rains tonight and Sunday; little change in temperature. TEMPERATURES This Morning, 64; This Afternoon, 80.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:39; Sets, 5:44. OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 258 .',
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FOR OUR COUNTY
TAKEII CHARGE OE
GREAT HELP TO
ITS H. Y. CONSULATE
FOURS RAISED FOR
SEVERAL T II
So Fair There Is No Reason for Mar Marion
ion Marion to Complain of the State
There was no need or justification
for Marion county to make a protest
to the state road department at its
regularly quarterly meeting in Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee this week. The department
has agreed to do as well by this coun county
ty county as by any in the state and there is
every reason to believe that the con contract
tract contract with this county will be carried
out. The road department, lacking
funds at this time, will not be able to
put a surface on road No. 2 through
Marion county for some time to come,
and the immediate problem to be
solved is the matter of maintaining
the base which is now being put down.
It is possible that a part of the road
thru the county can be made a federal
aid project and thus completed. This
is a matter for the county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners and bond trustees to handle
with the department. The problem of
maintaining those stretches of the
limerock base that cannot be surfaced
at present resolves itself into a decis decision
ion decision as to whether it will be cheaper
to use a temporary cover of oil or to
use a patrol system of repairs.
These are the opinions of Secretary
Louis H. Chazal of the Chamber of
Commerce, who went to Tallahassee
on Monday at the request of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Motor Club and sat thru a
session of the road department on
Tuesday. The county commissioners
and the bond trustees did not go to
Tallahassee. They did not get away
on Monday and Mr. Chazal telegraph telegraphed
ed telegraphed that they could not reach Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee before the road department ad adjourned.
journed. adjourned. Mr. Chazal did not take up
any matters with the department ex except
cept except to support the request made by
Mr. B. J. Benson of Dunnellon, for the
grading of road No. 5 thru this county
and the request of Secretary Clarence
Woods of the Sumter County Chamber
of Commerce for aid in wiping out
the five or six miles of bad road which
form a missing link on the Seaboard
highway in the extreme eastern part
cf Hernando county.
Secretary Chazal says that the five
members of the road department at
present constitute a personnel which
is probably stronger than any since
the department was first organized
He thinks that the five members have
a state-wide viewpoint and are trying
to do the best they can with what the
department has in the way of funds
Much more has been accomplished by
the department than most people real
ize. A state-wide bond issue will be
necessary if the system of state roads
is to be anywhere near completed
within the next few years. The bond
issue will, of course, have to take
into consideration the fact that many
counties, in South Florida in partic particular,
ular, particular, have built state roads with their
own funds. The road department has
designated in co-operation with the
bureau of public roads a comprehens
ive system of state roads, which touch
every county seat in the state, and an
effort is being made by the depart
ment to connect up as soon as possible
the missing links in the trunk line
roads. Up to date road No. 1 from
Pensacola to Jacksonville has had
more state and federal funds spent
upon it than any other road, and South
Florida counties have jrotten the least
from the department. There has been
serious delay in providing for the
missing links in state roads Nos.
and 4 which could be the quickest com
pleted roads into and out of Florida
Not until its meeting this week did
the department make provision for the
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T-hts wonderful photograph clearly gives an idea of the heavy sea that swept the Enelish cruiser H. M. 8. Ra Ra-lelgh
lelgh Ra-lelgh when the vessel went on the rocks off the treacherous Labrador coast recently. With great difficulty all of
the. crew safely reached the barren shore. Some of them on life rafts are seen at the left. The pictures were
made by a member of the crew.
No Intention on the Part of Uncle
Sam to Wound the Dignity Of His.
Washington, Oct. 28. The writ of
attachment issued by the' New York
supreme court against funds of the
Mexican government is to be vacated
insofar as it relates to property of the
New York city consulate, the state
department announced today.
LONG LIFE OF HENRY LORENZ
f He Hadn't Stopped Smoking, Might
Hare Been Going On
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Oct. 28.
News reached here of the death of
lenry Lorenz, a farmer at Pleasant-
dale at the age of 117. Up to a year
ago he was a heavy smoker but the
increased price of tobacco caused him
to stop. He worked on the farm until
a few days beforeh is death.
OOK HIS MONEY
AWAY FROM TAYLOR
Savannah, Ga.f Oct, 28. E. J. Tay-
or, aviator, arrested' yesterday for
reckless driving of an airplane in the
air at Daffin Park, was fined $50 today.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, Oct. 28. Occasional
showers, temperature above normal
the first half of the week and cooler
weather the latter part of the week, is
the forecast for Florida the week be
COLD WEATHER RAIDED
THE PACIFIC COAST
San Francisco, Oct- 28. Winter is
paying a tentative visit to the .North
Pacific coast today. The first snow of
the season fell yesterday at Ellens-
COLD WEATHER KEEPING
AWAY FROM KANSAS
Kansas City, Oct. 31. The highest
temperature on record for October in
this section was noted here yesterday.
The mercury stood at 85 here and 86
As a result of the serious deprecia
tion of the mark in Germany, barter
is replacing the use of money in var
ious parts of that country. Agricul
tural schools at Triptis and Marksuhl
have fixed the tuition for the winter
term in rye instead of money. Thur
ingians will pay lzentners (hun
dredweights) for the semester, and
non-residents of Thurigia two zent-
ners. The power company at Auma
has announced that it will gladly re
ceive 10 eggs, three pounds of wheat
flcur or a quarter of a zentner of po
tatoes for each kilowatt hour of elec
State roads and schools are to share
in receipts from the National Forests.
Governore of 28 states have been noti notified
fied notified that 25 per cent of the $3,421,531
received from the sales of timber,
grazing permits, and other sources of
national forest revenue for the last
fiscal year will be distributed among
them. Ten per cent of the total re receipts
ceipts receipts is transferred to he Forest Ser Service
vice Service to construct roads and trails
within the forests.
Bootleggers everywhere will be in interested
terested interested to learn that the Hapsburg
wines are up for sale. The Hohen Hohen-zollern
zollern Hohen-zollern whine, it may be added is al already
ready already on the market. Philadelphia
Evening Public Ledger.
British Cruiser on Labrador Coast
Faction of Fascisti Trying to Make
Good Its Threat of Ruling
Italy by Force
London, Oct. 28. (By Associated
Press). Martial law has been p re reclaimed
claimed reclaimed in Italy to take effect thruout
the entire country from noon today,
says a dispatch from the Stefani semi semiofficial
official semiofficial Italian news organization. Spe Special
cial Special dispatches early today told of the
beginning of a concerted movement by
the Fascisti against several towns.
Florence, Pisa, Cremona and other
chief centers are declared to have been
taken over by the Fascisti forces who
deposed the state authorities and as assumed
sumed assumed command. Apparently, accord according
ing according to these advices, there was no re resistance.
sistance. resistance. Communication with all
parts of the country is badly disorgan disorganized.
ized. disorganized. CABINET IS CAUTIOUS
Rome, Oct. 28. (By Associated
Press). The cabinet council has been
in session since midnight to receive
reports from provinces where the
Fascisti movement has taken subvers subversive
ive subversive direction and to adopt necessary
measures to meet the situation. The
cabinet decided first to issue a procla proclamation
mation proclamation declaring a state of siege in
all provinces effective at noon today,
but this decision was modified; and a
proclamation was issued urging the
public to maintain order in the face
of insurrectionary attempts.
MAYFIELD'S NAME GOES
ON THE TICKET
Austin, Oct. 28. On the advice of
the attorney general, Secretary of
State Staples today certified by tele
graph to all county clerks the name of
Earl B. Mayfield as a democratic
candidate for United States senator.
BETTER LET THE DIRTY
LITTLE DEVILS GO
Manila, Oct. 28. (By Associated
Press). A resolution was introduced
in the Philippine house of representa
tives today asking the United States
to recognize the right of the islands
to independence. The resolution was
referred to a committee.
VEGEX HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
Take home a 35c. jar at our risk. If
for any reason you do not like it, just
return the partly empty or enjpty jar
and we will refund the cash without
a question. U-Serve Stores. 28-7t
In Bulgaria, education is free and
compulsory from the age of seven to
fourteen. More than 700,000 students
attend the schools of Bulgaria.
Having blamed the United States
for all the trouble in Europe because
that country did not come into the war
soon enough, and because it did not
go into the League of Nations, and al also
so also because it wants its money back,
some people over there now are in
dicting this nation for diverting the
gulf stream. Detroit Free Press.
Seekers after international solidar
uy seem to be up against the same
problem as the scientists they can't
find the missing link. Manila Bulle
The outstanding feature of the King
immigration policy of Canada is the
restriction of immigration to agricul agriculturists,
turists, agriculturists, to encourage, first of all, the
immigration of boys and girls in their
"teens" from the British Isles, and to
co-operate with provincial govern governments
ments governments and the Canadian Colonization
Kansas Governor Did Not Mince His
Works When Speaking Of
Winfield, Kans., Oct. 28. Declaring
he would drive every member of the
Kuklux Klan from the state in six
months if he could get the laws of
Kansas behind him, Governor Henry
Allen denounced the organization at a
political meeting here last night.
At the Woman's Club this afternoon
at three o'clock the first meeting of
the 1922-23 season was called to order
by the president, Mrs. L. W. Duval. It
has been the custom for several years
at the first meeting of the club for the
new year to hold a reception for the
teachers of the Ocala schools, that
they might become acquainted and
therefor be in better touch with the
patrons of the schooL The reception
this afternoon was held from 3 to 3:30
after which the speaker of the after
noon, Mayor John Martin, of Jackson
ville, was presented. Mayor Martin
gave a most interesting address on
the political questions of the day. The
meeting was well attended. A more
extended account of Mayor Martin's
address will appear in Monday's Star.
Mr. Travis Collier, who recently re
turned from the national convention of
the American Legion at New Orleans,
and who is brimming over with en
thusiasm of the good times that he
had while away, brought home besides
his happy impressions of the meeting
several pictures of special interest.
The one hundred men who went from
Florida put up such a "good front"
that, although the representation was
small in comparison with those of
many other states, it made a fina
showing and the float they erected for
the big parade brought forth all kinds
of favorable comment. The pictures
show the Florida float as it passed the
government building. A big map of
Florida was on either side and in the
middle of the float were four pretty
girls, who as the float passed, threw
oranges to the crowds. In the New
Orleans Item there was shown a pic
ture of the Florida float with the
comment that Florida had stolen Mack
Sennet's bathing girls.
ST. AUGUSTINE HAD AN
END OF THE STORY
New York, Oct. 28. The indictment
charging Henry Hirsch, a diamond
dealer, with participation in the dis
posal of nearly $500,000 worth of lib
erty bonds, stolen from the Chase
National Bank, was dismissed today
by the supreme court. The bonds were
stolen by Arthur Chace, a bank guard
and recovered later in a safe deposit
box in a bank at St. Augustine, Fla.
Harrington Hall Hotel
Served horn 12:00 to 2:30, for 75 Cents
Chicken Broth with Rice
Sweet Pickled Peaches Japan Pinms
Asparagus Tips, on Toast Cream Sauce
Fried Spring Chicken with Gravy
Snow Flake Potatoes
Creamed Green Peas
Marocala Ice Cream
Home Made Cake
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
All together g
Forward, march, S
Join the procession. 3
l$! To the Court House, &
NEXT SUNDAY MORNING
At Nine Forty-Five O'clock.
Joint Meeting Men's Bible Classes
For EVERY man in the City of Ocala.
If you are a man be sure to be there.
The largest bodv of men ever gathered in
& One Sunday School Class in our City
g Will be on hand to give
"A A ja5v A jCAAvCA ?C" A
Up-to-Date Florida Cities and Coun
ties Believe That It Pays
Bartow, Oct. 28. It is generally
known to the people of Florida that
Florida cities and counties are raising
arger sums through tax levies, for
the purpose of advertising their ad
vantages throughout the country but
few have more than a hazy idea of the
magnitude of the work. A committee
from the Bartow Chamber of Com
merce appeared before the city com
mission recently to urge a tax levy
for the creation of an advertising
fund and presented statistics to show
what other Florida cities are doing.
The smallest tax levy in the stat,
for advertising purposes, so far as is
known here, is that of the city of
Eradentown, an assessment of three-
quarters of a mill, the fund to be ex
pended by the city and the board of
DeLand levies a tax of two mills
for a total of $7,100 or $1.77 per cap
ita. The money is spent by the secre
tary of the chamber of commerce as
Daytona appropriates $9000 thru
taxes from city and county.
Fort Myers appropriates $9000 thru
taxes from city and county.
Fort Myers appropriates $20,000
from the city taxes on a two-mill
basis, or $4.44 per capita.
Lake county levies 1 mills for a
county advertising fund.
The city of Leesburg is planning a
two-mill tax levy.
Frostproof boosters are seeking a
Miami's 1922 budget provides for
$92,985 on a basis of two mills in city
and one mill county taxes, or $2.60
Ocala gives $1300, spent jointly by
the city and the Marion County Cham
ber of Commerce.
The New Smyrna-Coronado city
commission appropriates $1000 for
advertising purposes, the fund to be
expended jointly by the city and tha
board of trade.
Orlando levies a one-mill publicity
tax for a fund of $29,500 or $2.45 per
The city of Pensacola appropriates
The city of Live Oak appropriates
South Jacksonville's municipal gov government
ernment government appropriates $500.
The city of Sebring has levied a
one-mill tax, the fund to be expended
jointly by the city and the board of
St. Augustine raises $39,200 from
a one-mill tax, or $5.22 per capita.
Sanford creates a fund of $9600
with a two-mill levy.
Tampa raises a fund of $62,000 by a
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you a hearty WELCOME g
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Farmers Club Being Promoted to In-
crease Production of Oranges
The Farmers' Citrus Club, which is
being promoted in Marion county by
the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank of Ocaal is co-operating with
Mr. K. C. Moore, county agricultural
agent, is developing rapidly. Although
it has been only about two weeks
since the announcement of the for for-mation
mation for-mation of the club was made, seven seventeen
teen seventeen farmers have already voluntarily
asked to join the club. The club is
probably the first of its kind in Flor
ida an dis an organization designed
to promote the growing of citrus
fruits in this county. The bank will
loan the farmers at six per cent for
two years the money necessary to pur purchase
chase purchase trees for a two-acre grove.
Those who have asked to become
members of the club are W. M. Shock Shock-ley,
ley, Shock-ley, Lowell; V. E. Knoblock, M. P.
Knoblock, D. E. Knoblock, W. A.
Knoblock, Martin; W. S. Priest, Fort
McCoy; W7alter Nichols, Pedro; W. F.
McDermitt, John Weidner, Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; H. S. Dansby, Reddick, L. M.
Braswell, Dunnellon; J. S. Braddock,
Citra; Casper Young and T. F. Mor Morrison,
rison, Morrison, Silver Springs road; E. F. Car-
ruthers, Wildwood; Ernest Lee, Ken-
drick; H. W. Lask, Dankwertz.
All farmers who wish to become
members of the citrus club are re requested
quested requested by Mr. Moore, the county
agent, to get in touch with him at
AN OPERATION FOR
THE PRIVILEGED MURDERER
Chicago, Oct. 28. Edgar Frady,
under indictment in Miami, charged
with the murder of his wife, must un undergo
dergo undergo an operation in a Chicago hos
pital soon, it became known today.
A kidney operation has been decided
upon and will take place in a week or
two. While the operation is consid considered
ered considered serious, Frady is said otherwise
to be in good condition.
RED CAUGHT SHORT
OF POSTAL FUNDS
Miami, Oct. 28. Fred W. Moore,
assistant postmaster at Arch Creek,
was arrested yesterday on a charge
of embezzling $440 of postal funds
there. Postal inspectors preferred the
Villa is to start a bank, altho he has
had more experience in the collection
than in the loan department. Dallas
An extensive propaganda is being
made in Russia in favor of growing
Indian corn instead of rye and wheat,
because it resists drought better than
the latter grains.
After screaming themselves hoarse
that we should reduce our Army and
Navy to the vanishing-point, the pac-
fists are now demanding that a big
Army and Navy be sent to fight the
Turks.Boston Shoe and Leather Re
o a man up a tree it appears that
the more conferences there are the
more wars there are. Boston Shoe
and Leather Reporter.
Some of those European countries
could make up with each other if they
weren't trying to make off with each
other. Washington Post.
Here's Something for Girls to Try
Walking the greased pole, with a leg of mutton as the prize, is the newest
of sports for women. The new Idea comes from England. The pole Is pro-'
Jected from a pierhead or dock and Is well greased. The women competltorsj
clad in bathing costume, are supposed to reach the end of the pole where la!
the prize leg of mutton. Of course If one of the contestants slips and carries;
jtbe other with. her, two others continue the game. Here are two fair bathers3
jfiast managing to hang on, wlfli the prize not far off.
Big Sums Being Raised in Europe To
Pay Expenses of John j
Paris, Oct. 28. (By the Associated
Press). A fund reaching many mill million
ion million francs has been pledged by the
wine interests of Europe to make. a
merciless campaign against prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition in the United States and other
countries. The fight will be waged
through a newly organized interna international
tional international league against prohibition with
PARTY FOR MRS. MITJ.TO
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miller, whose
wedding was a brilliant social event
of September, were the guests of
honor last night when Miss Nina
Camp entertained at auction at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Camp, on East Fifth street.
Miss Camp met the guests as they ar arrived
rived arrived and presented them to the hon hon-orees,
orees, hon-orees, who received in the reception
hall with her.
The tables for auction were arrang arranged
ed arranged in the long dining room and vases
and bowls of cut flowers further en enhanced
hanced enhanced the congenial surroundings.
The tallies most appropriately carried
out the Hallowe'en idea. Several
rounds of auction were played during
the evening and proved interesting
and enjoyable. At the conclusion of
the games scores were collected and
Miss Mary Burf ord and Mr. C, C
Bennett were presented with attract",
ive remembrances of the evening, the
former receiving a coin purse and the
latter a book. Miss Sara Dehon was
presented with an attractive vanity
bag fashioned like a-miniature girl,
and Mr. Robert MacKay received a
useful watch charm. The honorees of
the evening were presented with pret
ty and useful gifts, Mrs. Miller re
ceiving a corsage bouquet of artificial
sweet peas and Mr. Miller a box of
At the conclusion of the games or
ange shortcake with whipped cream, -hot
chocolate and salted nuts were
served. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp
assisted their daughter in entertain entertaining
ing entertaining and the affair will be remembered
by the honor guests as one of the
most delightful of the round of parties
that have been given for them.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. N.
P. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp,
Mr. and Mrs.' W. M. Palmer, Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Anderson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Harriss, Mr. and Mrs. H. C Nichols,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miller, Misses Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Jackson, Sara Dehon, Meme
Davis, Onie Chazal, Pearl Ray, Mary
Burford, Nettie and Stella Camp,
Messrs. Sam Burford, Cecil Clark,
Holmes Walters, Tobe Bracken, Frank
Harris, Frank Churchill, Carlisle Izlar
and Joe Borden.
Members of the Danish nobility, a
count and his wife, recently hired out
to a Saskatchewan farmer posing as
laborers. They decided that to jour journey
ney journey to Canada as a laborer and his
wife would be a novelty, and so they
came, traveling by a harvesters ex excursion
cursion excursion train to Regina from the
s A Swedish inventor has patented &
glass bottle that wont break. Now
for some genius to invent a broken
bottle that wont cut an automobile
tire. Nashville Southern Lumberman
Advertise in the Evening Star.
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Wonder how much Rawlins received
or was promised for his "confession."
South Floridians wish Capt. Hill Hill-man
man Hill-man of Live Oak would run for gov governor.
ernor. governor. They would so much enjoy
voting against him.
"Senator Fletcher," says the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent, "is a good dem democrat
ocrat democrat and an optimist. He predicts
an overwhelming majority for the
democrats at the next presidential
Physicians are claiming that "twi "twilight
light "twilight sleep dope" will make liars tell
the truth while under its influence.
We know of one fellow we sure would
like to see it tried out on. Fort Lau Lau-'dcrdale
'dcrdale Lau-'dcrdale Herald.
Col. Forbes, who says that the Am.
erican Legion is dying, will wake up
some day and find it a mighty lively
corpse. Winter Haven Chief.
The American Legion will fire three
volleys over Col. Forbes' grave. It
will be stronger in 1932 than it is now.
As our friend McLeod says, the first
thing he did after taking office was
tc begin building a good road. It was
a good road, all right, and it was
built from the county seat to Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick and Kendrick was McLeod's
home. No wonder he felt good about
From the preparation, Williston is
ro.iking for its fair, it will be a grand
success. Certainly Williston is a live
town and every citizen a booster. We"
are proud of it as the metropolis of
Levy county. Bronson Times-Democrat.
, A large part of Marion county is
neighbor to Williston, and. we hope
our people will attend the fair in
, Gov. Hardee is said to have sent out
a circular letter to all the sheriffs in
Florida, asking them to be specially
vigilant in looking out for and cap capturing
turing capturing wiretappers and other swin swindlers
dlers swindlers this winter. We daresay Mar Marion's
ion's Marion's sheriff read his copy with satis satisfaction,
faction, satisfaction, for he had just gone out and
. taken in a crook. Sheriff Thomas
and his deputies, Chief Gordon and
his policemen are on the qui vive, and
suspicious characters will not lose
anything if they pass Marion county
England will rise up in wrath to re resist
sist resist the claims of the Turks in Meso Mesopotamia,
potamia, Mesopotamia, if they make them, as they
are reported about to do. A plentiful
supply of fuel oil for her ships is as
essential to her as the freedom of the
straits, for which she was ready to
fight if necessary. Tampa Times.
Yes, but England obtains most of
her oil from America and Mexico.
What she obtains from Mesopotamia
she pays for, and pays more for than
she does for American or Mexican oil.
Great Britain is keeping Mesopotamia
The Telephone Pest gallops in to
Use the Phone a Dozen Times a Day.
We didn't Mind at First, but now
. we're cracking under the Strain and
If She" doesn't lay off Dern Sudden,
we're Going to Fool 'Er; we'll have
the Doggone Phone taken out!
open to civilization and receives in
return no advantage that is not as
open to an American as it is to a
The Oeala Star, speaking of the re reapportionment
apportionment reapportionment amendment, says that
the leading men of north and west
Florida, recognizing the injustice htat
South Florida is laboring under are
willing to make some amends. "Some
amends?" That is not what South
Florida wants. It wants full amends.
Fort' Lauderdale Herald.
If you will look the world over,
Friend Herald, according to history
past and present, you will find that
people who are willing to make even
"some amends" are scarce. We have
never advised South Florida to be
content with the proposed amend amendment.
ment. amendment. We have advised it to take it
in order to help obtain a better one.
That's all bosh about the state being
tied up for ten years by the proposed
amendment. The people can demand
another next year if they want to.
Says the Winter Haven Chief: "Re "Recently
cently "Recently we published a statement rela relative
tive relative to the apportionment amendment
taken from the Madison Enterprise Enterprise-Recorder.
Recorder. Enterprise-Recorder. Brother Benjamin of the
Ocala Star says we did not publish
the entire article and wishes to know
if we think we were fair to the En En-tei
tei En-tei prise-Recorder. In view of the
facts as stated by Benjamin we do not
think so. We clipped the matter in
question from an exchange and there
vas nothing to show it was an ex excerpt.
cerpt. excerpt. It made complete sense as it
stood and we naturally took the plain
language as expressed as the spirit of
the writer. The Chief isn't very
strongly inclined toward politics and
we certainly would not garble the
statements of a brother editor, in an
argument, even though we thought we
could carry our point by so doing."
Mayor John Martin of Jacksonville
is visiting Ocala and greeting his old
friends, of whom he has a great many.
Mr. Martin lacks a few months of
closing his third year as mayor of
Florida's metropolis a record which
excels that of any other citizen of
Jacksonville, and he has also been
prosperous as a business man. His
success is not so much to be wonder wondered
ed wondered at, for he has a combination of
shrewd good sense, public spirit and
geniality seldom found in one man.
Old Marion can well be pleased at
Johnny's career, for he was born and
lived his b6yhood on her soil.
The following from the Oxford cor correspondent
respondent correspondent of the Sumter County
Times will please all who live along
State Aid Road 124: "Col. C. E.
Woods, secretary of the Sumter Coun County
ty County Chamber of Commerce, en route
from the conference with state offi officials
cials officials at the capitol, stopped off here
to spread the glad tidings that hope
exists for state aid in obtaining a
road through Hernando county to
complete the short cut to Tampa. No
belter representative could have been
sent to Tallahassee to expound our
needs than Col. Woods, and. we sin sincerely
cerely sincerely trust his plea will bring home
We have seen a movie picture of
"Cigarette," "Ouida's" fiery little
heroine in "Under Two Flags." In
one hand she carries a Smith and
Wesson revolver of a pattern not in invented
vented invented until many years after "Under
Two Flags" was published. A Mexican
artist was laughed at because in a
picture of the Crucifixion he guarded
the cross with Roman soldiers armed
with Remington rifles, but he had
nothing on some of our movie direc
Our Leesburg girls are not as easy
as some may think. Saturday night,
we are told, a traveling man took one
of them to the show, bought her a
cool drink and a box of candy, then
escorted her home. At the front
porch he asked: "After such a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant evening, don't you think I ought
to kiss you good-night?" Not on
your life," she replied. "You've done
quite enough for one evening." Lees
Kisses much be scarce on that man's
road thru life.
"What this country needs isn't more
liberty, but less people who take lib liberties
erties liberties with our liberty," is the text
of an address by Judge Isaac A. Stew Stewart,
art, Stewart, of DeLand, in answer to a speech
by Joe Camp, political orator of the
Ku Klux, recently delivered in De De-Lend.
Lend. De-Lend. Judge Stewart's position is
logical. Tampa Times.
Judge Stewart is one of the first
friends we made in Florida. We al always
ways always found him a staunch champion
of justice and progress.
After reading twenty-four or was
it thirty-two pages of the Ocala Star
last Sunday, we came to the conclus conclusion
ion conclusion that George MacKay & Company
is in business in Ocala. Fort Lauder Lauderdale
dale Lauderdale Herald.
You are a wise guy. No danger of
your stepping on a brick house before
you see it.
New Irish potatoes, okra, cucum cucumbers,
bers, cucumbers, eggplant, mustard, turnips,
pickled pigs' feet, Spanish mackerel.
U-Serve Store No. 2, Market Depart Department.
ment. Department. Phone 614. 25-3t
We have the best meats to be had
in Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf
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
EIGHT YEARS AGO
Oct. 8, 1914. Allies and Germans
now fighting furiously along the Yser
river Germans striving to advance
toward Calais, but making no pro
Gen. Louis Botha, one of Britain's
most formidable opponents in the
Boer war, now premier of the Trans Transvaal,
vaal, Transvaal, left Pretoria today to lead a
force of his countrymen against the
Germans in South Africa.
Dispatches from Germany show how
the Germans have it all planned to
capture Calais, Havre and Dieppe, and
from the former place cross to Eng England
land England under protection of their big
guns and submarines.
We have sent the democratic na national
tional national committee forty dollars, and
have one dollar tucked away in our
collection pocket. It is lonesome. You
democrats that are going to help out
the cause send along your plunks to
keep the little orphan company.
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
Sam Petteway 1.00
George MacKay 2.00
Niel Ferguson 1.00
G. W. (Tex) Martin 1.00
ATTEND DEBATE ON
The Star hopes all Marion county
people who are able to do so will at attend
tend attend the debate between Messrs. W.
W. Phillips and Frederick Van Roy on
the proposed reapportionment, at the
courthouse Monday evening. Mr. Phil Phillips
lips Phillips is a veteran legislator and famil familiar
iar familiar with his subject. Mr. Van Roy
will represent our sister county of
Citrus in the next legislature, a man
cf great intelligence and his talk is
bound to be interesting.
As the Star will not be able to re report
port report the speeches, all who want to
know what the two champions will say
had better be present.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star Oct. 28, 1902)
Miss Hope Leitner of Lake City, a
former resident of Ocala and sister of
John L. and Dr. Leitner of the Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate City, is engaged to be married
Nov. 10 at the home of her brother-in-law,
Mr. John L. Wells at Lake City,
to Samuel Still, of Blackwell, S. C,
where they will make their future
Mr. John F. Edwards is having the
handscome iron fence around the
Dunn Park removed and rebuilt
around the Ocala House grounds and
is replacing the fence around the
park with that formerly used around
the Ocala House. Dave Burnett and
C. H. Cress are doing the work.
Ed. Parr, the popular and everlast-
ingly-at-it salesman of Mclver & Mac
Kay, disposed of six vehicles Satur
day and then found time to take one
Robert Taylor of the A. C. L., re
ceived a dispatch this morning from
Commissioner McLin at Trilby, asking
for an interview. When he arrived in
Ocala Mr. McLin informed Mr. Tay
lor that he was looking for 500 acres
of good farming land on which to lo
cate a convict farm as the lessees of
the convicts want a place where they
can care for those convicts physically
unable to do pit mining or turpentine
v-ork. (This was the beginning of the
famous Marion Farms, where the in industrial
dustrial industrial school is now located).
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Oct. 28, 1912)
Mr. George C. Greene of the Post-
office Drugstore is looking abnornal-
ly cheerful today. The stork left a
pretty baby girl at his home Sunday.
The following young men left Ocala
today to take the law examination at
Tallahassee tomorrow morning: Ed.
Green, Niel Ferguson, Bradford Will
iams and Ed. Haley.
Work on the Harrington Hall is
progressing nicely. The tile floors
have been laid in the baths, the flooring
is being laid on the third floor and
the window frames and door frames
are being put in on the third floor. The
rooms have already been plastered
and some of the marble work has been
put in the baths.
The elk that Fire Chief Chambers
has been looking for so long arrived
Saturday night. The animal is only a
year old and has a fine pair of antlers
to be so young. When the news spread
that the elk had arrived a large crowd
went to see it and all day yesterday
there was a crowd of spectators around
the pen that had been built back of
the Temple theater. (The animal is
now kept on exhibition at Silver
Springs, and seems to be prospering
as well as he could in the northern
Many of the most attractive values
in our big DOLLAR aluminuia sale
are still on hand. Call and see them.
Theus Brothers. 26-t
FUNERAL OF MRS. MINSHALL
The Presbyterian church yesterday
afternoon was filled with sorrowing
friends who came to pay their last re
spects to one who in life they had
loved and admired Mrs. H. S. Min-
shall to which love and esteem the
many floral offerings were a silent and
beautiful tribute. The large floral
pieces from the societies to which she
belonged were numerous, and although
her duties in the office kept her from
attending their meetings, nevertheless
she was among the most earnest
workers. She will be greatly missed.
A quartet composed, of Mrs. R. G.
Blake, Mrs. C E. Winston, Messrs. J.
J. and A. E. Gerig, accompanied by
Mrs. John Taylor, sang beautifully
"Nearer My God to Thee," "Abide
With Me" and "Asleep in Jesus."
After the short service at the
church at which Rev. W. F. Creson of
ficiated, interment was made in Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood cemetery, the following acting
as pall bearers: Messrs. Elmer De-
Camp, J. J. Blalock, T. M. McLean,
T. D. Lancaster Jr., C. E. Winston and
A. M. Davis.
Mrs. Minshall's maiden name was
Lilian Amelia Cramer. She was born
at Piedmont, W. Va., June 15, 1878,
and was married to Mr. Minshall in
the same town July 29, 1900. The
Minshall family came to Ocala from
Abbeville, S. C, in 1912 and in the
intervening years has won a high
place for itself in the good will of the
community. Beside her husband and
daughter, Mrs. Minshall is mourned
by her father, sister and five brothers,
all of whom have the sincere sympa
thy of those who knew them.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. Mr. J
K. Dickson, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "Diversity in Unity."
6:80 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "Meet for the Master's Use."
"To be of no church is dangerous."
A most cordial invitation is extended
to every one.
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
L. W. Duval, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning services. Sub
ject of sermon, "The Power of the
Gospel of Jesus Christ."
6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
7:30 p. m. The Senior and Junior
choirs assisted by friends will give a
irusical evening. Mr. Wolf will dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate the new pipe organ.
We have saved a place for you.
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Communion service.
Sermon by the pastor. Subject,
"Coming to Our Kadish-barnea."
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Sub Subject
ject Subject of pastor's sermon, "Why Does
God Wait So Long?"
There will be an election of trustees
after the morning service and other
important announcement to be made
and considered. Every member ex
pected to be present without fair.
A cordial welcome to every one to
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school.
The Baraca class will join the other
men's classes at this hour in a meet
ing at the court house.
11 a. m. Morning worship with
sermon by pastor. Subject, "Pious at
the Wrong Places."
6:30 p. m. The quarterly meeting
of the Ocala Triangle Union will be
held in this church and a splendid
program will be given.
7:30 p. m. People's popular serv
ice." The pastor's subject will be,
"God's Wonderful Way With a Sin Sinner."
ner." Sinner." "Better Go to Church."
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30 a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 9:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening service at 7:30.
Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
6 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.
a a a
J. J. Neighbour, Rector
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
a a a
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Subject of lesson-sermon, "Ever
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p. m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
a a a
Tent meetings to be continued at
Eighth street acrss from high school.
You are welcome. Come and spend a.
profitable evening with us. Wees"
nights except Saturday, 7:45; Sunday,
7:30. Subject Sunday night, "Why I
Believe Jesus is the Christ."
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
Seven passenger Studehaker and
Bukk four truck for $325. ... Spencer-
Pedrick Motor Co. Phone 8, Ocala,
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
A Progressive Bank for Progressive People
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. EL S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren elways welcome. 'Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
W. R. Pedrick, E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
I. U. Forbes, C C.
C. K. Sage, K. of B, & S.
ery Number 19,
meets every sec second
ond second Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, 1. O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
Joseph Malever, N. G.
H. G. Shealy, Secretary.
If You Haven't Received a Premium List, Get
One at Any of the Marion County Banks,
Or, Write the Secretary for One
E. C. BENNETT,
Us by Oar County
fore When We Help the
Are installing RADIANTFIRE gas heaters in their
fireplaces. This. new .and revolutionary gas heating
appliance makes 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
Burns for hours at the cost of a shovel full of coal.
It is Odorless, Ashless, Smokeless and Dustless.
CALL AT OUR SHOW ROOMS
Harrington Hall Block
CAR LOAD OF APPLES
A car load of EXTRA FANCY APPLES will
be sold by the peck or bushels. PRICES REASON
ATLANTIC COAST LINE FREIGHT DEPOT
STAB APS GET RESULTS. TRY ONE
MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS NOW
TO ATTEND THE
Sec. J. C.
C MOORE, Manager
Fair, There- jjj
AND ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
Ft King Avenue
OCALA EVENING STAfc, SATUEDAt, OCTOBER 28, 1922
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
Needham Motor Co
General Auto Repairing
Firestone, Oldfield and Racine
TIRES AND TUBES
GAS OIL GREASE
Give Us a Trial
0. K. S. DEPARTMENT
(Published Every Saturday)
Oscar Theus Editor
Charlotte Chazal. .. .Assistant Editor
Marion Meffert Society Editor
Louis Knight Athletic Editor
Mrs. Sprinkle Faculty Member
It's no joke to run a boarding
house," mused Rover as he applied his
paw vigorously to a pest-infested ear.
According to the faculty, all that
some O. H. S. girls know well how to
do is to chew gum and wield the cha chamois
mois chamois skin.
Last year's graduating class left the
seniors of 1923 the key to knowledge,
but after giving current grades the
"once over" it would seem that the
football and has one of the best teams
in the state.
John C: 111 bet I can look into your
face longer than you can mine without
Nettie M.: No doubt; my face isnt
as funny as yours.
Wanted: A policeman wanted on E.
Second street to keep peace the next
time a certain teacher and soph start
cn a rat hunt. (Maurice, Maurice,
come in here and kill this rat).
An O. H. S. boy and a teacher were
conversing. The name of another O.
H. S. boy was mentioned.
"Is. he a Jew?" inquired the teacher.
"No," was the reply, "he's a sophomore."
If you have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.
B. F. Morrison of Ocala, was regis
tered at the Ta-Miami hotel in Miami
Mr. B. F. Carper and family of Slat
Fork, Va., who recently purchased the
Frederitzi place south of town, have
arrived and mved their household
effects into their new home.
a swell shape,
For sale, 1920 Cleveland speedster,
mechanically in Al condition. Easy
terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor oCm-
talks too much."
"Oh, I see a figure
but she fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
m 25c., 50c. and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
American history is a
SALT SPIES WATER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold under a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub-
lshed as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 :jn
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1 :45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9 :00 pm
3:80 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1 : 50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
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 2 1 :30 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05pm
Mayhe you hear those little J
squeaking noises in the running i
of your car. If so, you'd bet-;
ter have us listen to them 'for
you they may be serious. We j
are experts in repairing elec-
trical troubles, (-; ;'
SW. II I I -SHI I. 'i'JffW)
TIRES AND TUBES u
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
James Engessef"' u.
Phone 258 Night Phone 553 -121
SEVEN DAY SERVICE h-
Geo, MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for tho money than any other
ontractor in the city.
If you asked the dad of an O, H. S.
flapper just after he'd paid the
month's bill for toilet articles, he'd
tell you it takes more than the cus customary
tomary customary "Rag, a bone, and a hank of
Of course you've heard of fields of
cotton and cotton patches, but did you
know the O. H. S. has a "Cotton Pas
ture" (Pasteur?) However, that fact
vill probably have little effect on the
cctton market for about the only
thing to "be picked from our Pasture
is a fight. 1
The Bartow eleven won an easy 45
to 0 victory over Orlando. Ocala play played
ed played Orlando on the latter's home field
and when the referee blew the final
notes on his borrowed police whistle,
neither side had scored. The O. H. S.
terminates her 1922 schedule with
Bartow Nov. 30, in Ocala. The out outcome
come outcome of the two first mentioned games
shows that we must work and work
hard if the, hopes we entertain of win winning
ning winning a victory over Bartow are to be
realized. A number of our best men
were kept out of the Orlando game on
account of poor school work. This
weakened our team, not only by the
pbsence of the men themselves but it
upset and demoralized the other
players, thus saving Orlando. It is
r.ot yet too late to clear up poor re
cords but whether they will be cleared
up and kept so lies entirely with the
men. A winning team depends almost
as much upon work in the class rooms
as on the football field. All together,
folks, let's fight for the honor and
glory of the O. H. S. and give old Bar
tow and the rest a surprise!
90 attendance and punctuality.
90 each subject.
Emily Billings, tenth grade.
Lena Ricketson, eleventh grade.
Jess Dehon, twelfth grade.
Margaret Hocker, twelfth grade.
Tuesday night being Hallowe'en,
Ocala and other towns throughout the
county will very much resemble con convalescents
valescents convalescents of the dengue, on Wednes
day morning. You've all taken part
in pranks -of some' sort on Hallowe'en,
but how many, ever troubled your
selves to" look np-in'the' encyclopedia
the history of Hallowe'en. Hallowe'en,
or the eve of October 31, seems orig
inally to have meant 'the eve of All
Hallows, a festival of all saints, which
was the first of November. In Roman
Catholic lands, -Hallowe'en is the oc
casion for visiting cemeteries and
leaving flowers on the graves of
friends and relatives. Jn England and
Scotland it was long given to fireside
gatherings and divination of the fu future,
ture, future, but in the United States it has
reached that stage of evolution when
we tninJc of it chiefly as a time for
boyish pranks and practical jokes. In
conclusion, we iask the faculty to be
considerate if on Wednesday any
boys 'are seen Rip Van iWinkling thru
classes. w 't r -
All boys intending to play basket
ball this year met again and elected a
new manager, owing to the misfortune
that befel the former one. The man
agement fell' on -the shoulders of a
very capable one ? this time and the
boys expect a good schedule from him.
The Wildcats are in Lake City.
today to play the Columbia county
lads. This will be the fourth game of
the season and-it is going to be a hard
one for the' Wildcats; The 0 and O tie
with Orlando last Saturday proved to
be encouraging because the Wildcats
were very mueh crippled and weaken
ed on account of ineligibility. Moses,
star quarterback, is back with the
vow u.bcr tx penult uj. lucugiuuiky.
This man is an asset to the team and
handles it well although Bebe Daniels
was a good substitute in his place.
The Wildcats sustained no other losses
and practiced hard this week, as
they intend to bring Lake City's scalp
tack, but they will have to fight
mighty hard as Lake City plays fast
B. B.: I will never ride with Coach
A. T.: Why?
B. B.: I was sitting on the back seat
with a young lady, and Coach penal penalized
ized penalized me fifteen yards for "holding."
He sent his boy to college,
But now he cries "Alack,
He spent five thousand dollars
And got a quarter back."
Work on the new pipe organ at the
Methodist church is nearing comple
tion and it will be used for the first
time Sunday morning. Mr. Wolf will
emonstrate the organ Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp' and son,
Mank, arrived in Ocala yesterday from
a summer spent in Asheville, N. C,
end Oyster Bay, N. Y. They made the
trip from Asheville by automobile.
Nell W.: This ham is bad.
Marguerite C: It can't be; it was DON REY quality cigars. 6-10t
Nell W.: Then it must have had a "Another Nash." 6tf
Mr. Lindsay: Is Frank Goin in the
Fred LeSuer: No, he gone.
Senior (to Nellie who had her arm
around Alice's neck as they prome
naded the hall): Attention!
Nellie: That's what I'm giving her.
He (at the seashore): Gee, Jess,
your hair sure is curly.
She: Yes, a permanent wave struck
Teacher in class: Tell me the mean
ing of "unadulterated."
means not used by adults.
Green are the Freshmen,
So is grass;
Wise are the Sophomores,
None can surpass;
Stubborn are the Juniors,
So are mules;
What are the Seniors?
Nothing but fools!
Mr. Lindsay, in Latin class: Wilbur
Gary, translate line six.
No response from Wilbur Gary, sit
ting in the corner of the senior room,
Mr. L.: Ubi est Wilbur Gary?
Ted D.: Wilbur Gary est in the cor
Of interest to Leo Lewis:
Country fellow writing to big razor
Dear Sirs: Enclosed find 50c. for
which please send me one razor.
Thanking you for same.
P. S. I forgot to enclose the 50c.
but a firm of your standing ought not
to mind that.
Answer of firm to country fellow:
Dear Sir: Please find enclosed one
razor as requested, and we hope same
will prove satisfactory.
P. S. We forgot to enclose the
razor but a man of your cheek ought
cot to require one.
We sell VEGEX. Farmers Exchange
Store. Phone 163. 24-12t
Mr. J. E. Johnson and two attrac
tive daughters, Lucy and Sara, and
Mrs. Nelson Geise of Palatka. arrived
in the city last night to spend the
week-end with Mrs. Johnson, who is
The regular monthly silver tea of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Presby
terian church will be held Monday,
Oct. 30, from 4 to 6 p. m.. at the home
of Mrs. George MacKay. All mem
bers and friends of the church and
congregation are cordially invited to
jlr Bibte ThoughtSr Tbcfey
THE CHRISTIANS MISSION:
Preach, saying. The Kingdom of
heaven la at hand. Heal the sick.
Cleanse the lepers, raise the dead,
last out devils: freely ye have iw iw-Klred,
Klred, iw-Klred, freely give. Matthew 10: T, 8.
To Be Given at the Methodist Church
Organ prelude Prof. Henry Wolf.
Processional, "Holy, Holy" Choir.
Old familiar songs Congregation.
Anthem, "Be Thankful" Choir.
Hymn, "Safely Now the Light of
Selection, "The Lord is My Shep
herd" Male Quartet.
Offertory Prof. Henry Wolf.
Solo, "How Long Wilt Thou Forget
Me, O God" Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
Devotional Rev. C. W. White.
Solo, selected Mr. Lester Lucas.
Postlude Prof. Henry Wolf.
The road to hell is paved with war
inventions. Columbia Record.
No doubt zero in depression is when
a man feels luce 60 marks. Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Commercial.
We have the best meats to be had
ir Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf
Twaj Hard for Her to Stop Work,
Bat This Texas Lady Says She
Had to Go to Bed.
Helped by CardoL
Will take pupils in violin, piano and
voice with theory lessons free. Terms
reasonable. Will offer classes in his history
tory history of music, sight singing, dictation
and ear training for small fee. Special
attention given out of town pupils.
Write or call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 305. 9-15-tf
The DOLLAR aluminum sale at
Theus Brothers is still on. See the
many real double values offered. 26-6t
Miss Ethel Horne went to Gaines
ville Thursday to attend the A. T. O.
fraternity dance. Miss Bettie Cole,
Miss Bettie Davis and Mr. Jim Taylor
went over yesterday also to attend the
dance. They will witness the foot football
ball football game this afternoon and return
Salado, Texas. "I suffered a great
deal with womanly troubles," says Miss
Ira Lillian Hart, of Route 1, this place.
"I would, for a day or two, feel drowsy,
stupid and lifeless; didn't feel like doing
"I would suffer pains in my sides and
back, and very severe headaches.
"I am the housekeeper, and it was
very hard for me to stop, but I would get
in such a misery I would have to go to
bed. I heard of CarduLand that it was
good for this suffering. The very first
bottle I took seemed to help me. I did
not suffer near so much, so I sent for the
second. It did so much good for me, I
can't say enough for Cardui, for it certain-
y was a friend in need."
Women who feel the need of something
to help relieve, or prevent, such troubles,
should profit by the experience of thou thousands
sands thousands of other women, and try this mild,
Sold everywhere. NC-149
243 and 174
YOURS FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
: : : i : : : : :
A Standing Invitation to Germs
Weather-kept foods are risky foods to eat,
Exposed to germ-laden dust and myriad impuri-
ties, such foods are easy prey for all the enemies off
Yet people will take such chances in the Fall:
and Winter. :
Perhaps they have nevendiscoveredhowssalian -investment
for ice is necessary at this time of the year
Ocala Ice & Packing Go., Ocala Fla, L
'The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel in the South
The Commercial and Business Man Always Welcome
"Say it with flowers" and hny the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the Dnnnellon road.
Phone 30M. 10-tf
DON BEY cigars are better. 6-10t
MEN'S CLASSES TO HAVE
AN UNION MEETING
TEACHERS AND PARENTS
WILL MEET AT McINTOSH
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. f jf i
Marion County Council of the Parent-
Friends, patrons and teachers of
schools are cordially invited to meet
with the Marion County Council of
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. Bateman,
secretary of the Parent-Teacher As
aociation at Mcintosh, know if you are
planning to be there. The following
is the program for the day:
v Invocation Rev. J. D. Murray.
Community singing. Miss Lois
J Election of officers.
, Boll call and plans for the year of
die parent-teacher associations of the
Address, "Purpose of the Parent-
Teacher Associations" Supt. H. G.
Lunch and social hour.
Program by the Mcintosh school.
Address, "Necessary Equipment in
Schools" Dean Norman, teachers
Margaret E. Taylor, Chairman.
Several members of the various
men's classes of the city got together
a week or so ago and decided to have
an union meeting of the Bible classes
of the city four times a year on the
fifth Sunday. The first of these meet
ings will be held tomorrow mormng
at the court house. The classes of the
Presbyterian, Methodist and Baptist
Sunday schools will unite at 9:45 to
organize the union class and study the
lesson. The teachers of the three
classes will alternate in the instruc
tion of the union class. Dr. C. L. Col
lins will be the teacher for tomorrow
morning. All members of these
classes are urged to attend this meet
ing and all other men of the town are
invited to attend.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends for
their kindness during the illness and
death of our beloved wife, mother and
grandmother, Mrs. W. S. Carter. We
also thank them for the beautiful
flowers which were put on the grave.
It was her last request that we thank
her friends, so take this as personal
thanks, and may God bless you one
and alL W. S. Carter.
J. L. Carter.
Orma L. Mattair.
DON BEY cigars are better. 6-10t
HALLOWE'EN CARD PABTY
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
House felt slippers in rose, gold,
turquoise and orange shades just in.
See the window. E. C Jordan & Co.
clothing department. 2$-6t
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.,
The series of revival services at the
Church of Christ closed last night
with a large attendance. Mr. Claus
preached a very forceful sermon on
"The Second Coming of Christ," which
was appreciated by his bearers. There
will be no services at the Church of
Christ Sunday, Oct. 29, due to a "get-
together" meeting at Moss Bluff.
The Puritans had their little faults,
but thev didnt nut on masks while
lynching witches. Duluth Herald.
Trotzky had decreed military train training
ing training compulsory. A beautiful thing
the oerfect freedom of Russia. St.
A mans definition of a living wage
denends whether he is eettnur it or
giving it. Associated Editors.
When the Hour Glass
Runs Its Course
Loving friends prepare for the last
rites. The modern funeral director
brings into his service many details of
comfort to relatives and friends, so
in after years there are no regrets.
Geo. MacKay & Co.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 115
G. B. OVERTON, Mgr.
Qtnr Arlc sir Riiqitipss "RiiilH ptq Phnn ft R1
Costs Yon Nothing to Try- So Solve This Pczzle
Can Yon Find
in This Picture
the Letter F"?
For example, ytra will
notice -Fire," "Fiddle," J
"Foundry," etc. Are roa
able to find 20 words.
commencing with the
letter "F"? The picture
is very clear: there can
be no mistakes. You will
find it very interesting
to look for these words,
and may win the trig
prize. Anybody can try :
costs nothing. Why
should you not be the
winner of the $2000.00?
real chance of vanning at least
the big prize and win $2000.00.
The person having the largest list of
words beginning with the letter "F" will
cet the First Prize. You surelv have a
one of the prizes offered there are fifteen of them. Why not try for
Somebody will win it your chances are as good as anybody's.
Just think what you could do with the money. 12000. CO
could buy an automobile and leave enough balance to
make a payment on a cozy borre. Perhaps you bare in
mind just the thing tdu would like to do if you received a
check for 12000.00. Certainly you owe it to yourself to try
to solve this puzzle. You wl find the trying very easy
The Way to Win One of the Twenty Prizes
Yon do not have to spend a penny to get into this contest.
It is not necessary for you to order any VeastoUx. If your
list is adjudged to be one of the twenty best you will re receive
ceive receive one of the cash prizes. Without your order for
Yeastolax, if your list of words commencing with the let letter
ter letter "F" 13 the largest you receive the first prize of $30.00.
If the judges award you the second prize, without your
order for Yeastolax, you will get a check for $25.00; and
so on down the line as shown in this announcement.
Win the Bis Prize $2000.00
If yon choose you can win a great deal more than the
Class A prizes. AH that is necessary for you to quality
your list for tbe BIGGER PRIZES is to send in an order
for one or more packages of Yeastolax. Look over care
fully the schedule of prizes as classified in this announce
ment You will find that if yon send in f LOO tor one pack
age of Yeastolax and tbe judges award you first prize yoa
will get S300.0Q. If yon send in S2.CO for two packages of
Yeastolax a no your list is awarded first prize yoa will get
a check for 600.00; and so on up. If you send in SS 00 for
5 packages of Y easto'.ax and the judges award you the first
prize, you will receive the Big Prize of S2 000.00. Should
your list be judged as the second best yoa would receive
$1000.00; and so on down the list Remember, there are
twenty prizes offered, as shown. All the opportunity one
could desire. Go in to win the best prize.
$700.00 Extra Awzrd for Promptness
Dec 15th. 1K2 is the last day for rect ivi.-.x your solution
to this puzzle qualif yasg you to win on: oi the prizes. But,
note this: For every day before that date that your order
for Yeastolax is received an extra prize of $10.00 for each
and every day will be added to any first prize woa. If
yoa send in your order today yon will get a receipt for the
monev; then yon can send in your solution any tim before
Dec 15'h and your list will be qua'tfifd for any of the
prizes. We wi'J a'ard an extrn S70s.'.G0 in tl:m manner. You
shoti'd try your venr beet to ea-n this additional award.
It will cost you liuie additional effort. In case of ties we
will award duplicate EJixniT-.ts of $7"O.00 to each contest contest-ant
ant contest-ant so tvmg. Don t orerkx k re--dir.g sbout our extra
premiaM of 50.'X).00 trijine Riiian Rubles, whether
or net yoa enter this contest
Go after the Big Prizes don't delay start right a way way-get
get way-get into the contest. How manv words can you find with
the letter f? Great amusement great opportunity.
$2000.09 is awaiting yoar call. Nov is the time to act.
11TJL.ES. 1 Th! poiT.ie open to
. everybody expt em employe
ploye employe sod relktivea ot Ue Ycutoimx Co.
2 Tbe Pint Prize will be awarded to tbe
peraon eiviny tne Urg-ert number of
words tino:n? ith tbe letter "t". To
the next in order t il toe awarded tbe
fueood Prxe and o on dwn the list of
Twenty Prises. Tor mrm w?l be made
on die basis of the vor?s submitted and
not from a predetermined n&t. Should
there b any ties the fait inv-nt of the
prise will bt awarded to eaca cuotaataot
3W s of sttk nm meaning- and
words of tbe tame souiiins; tt differ different
ent different meanmr wik eoont M on,y one. Use
either tbe sinfrolor r prarml of a word.
Only words appeari in Webster's Dic Dictionaryand
tionaryand Dictionaryand not obsolete words will be
Wora meat be cambered 1, Z, t, etc..
5 The contest wlH be tedded by
jodfee. lade pendent of aad aoi
Beetad with the Yeaatetaz Cm.
jadaee will award the artasa. The i
testants aaTa te abide by the Si rial u
of these judges, aad It is aeilinnne chat
soeh derisions are te he eoodawne. The
nemss ef wiewers and eiinas) bets mt
of words will be noWwhed as ease so soa-
sible after the euatast. A easy ef Uns hst
will be f iimaWied teas-Teas bp
a stamped, addressed en veto
test, bat eely one prise will BS
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day. added te any first prise yea aria, la
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OCALA EVENING STA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1922
Real Man-Tailored Garments for
the Modish Woman
These Coats You will NOT see in any Ladies' store.
Real genuine Camel's Hair, Bolivia and Scotch
All lined with Pussy Willow Taffeta and Fancy
NOTICE Only one of a kind.
Every Coat is distinctively individual.
JUST ARRIVED The latest Novelties in Ladies'
Red Cross Shoes for fall and winter wear.
Below are some of our newest Patterns: Fawn Suede
Peggy Strap with brown silk trimmings,
Grey Suede Pumps with light edging of Coltskin
Patent Leather Pumps, Junior Spanish Heels, with
red calf trimmings.
All newest colors, shades and combinations. All
widths from AA's to D's.
LET US SHOW YOU.
GUARANTEE CLOTHING & SHOE CO.
Y. M. B. O. D.
FOR OUR COUNTY
Mr. Albert Griffin of WUliston was
in the city yesterday.
Some new inexpensive glass vases
at THE BOOK SHOP. 28-3t
Mr. T. C. Gibbs, an enterprising
young business man of Mulberry, was
in Ocala yesterday and today.
Merchants & Miners steamers from
Jacksonville sail via Savannah, permit
inspection of that city on the way to
Baltimore or Philadelphia. Florida's
interests and those of the north are
connected with the regular and at
tractive service of the Merchants &
Miners Transportation Company, Mr.
C. M. Haile, Jacksongille, general
The filling stations have dusted off
the figure "5" on their price cards
again, the price of gas quoted today
being 25 cents. It was selling at that
rate in Gainesville over a week ago
(RATES under this heading are as
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
25c; three time 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
SALESMEN WANTED $5000 mini minimum
mum minimum commission guaranteed yearly
for salesmen carrying our sales
stimulator for confectioners, cigar
:.. stands, etc. Pocket sample. Ex Exclusive.
clusive. Exclusive. Peoria Novelty Company,
Peoria, 111. 28-lt
FOR RENT -Four room furnished
apartment; large screened porch;
electric range; electric water heat heater;
er; heater; attractive and modern furnish furnishings;
ings; furnishings; all conveniences; private en-
trances, private bath. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitch or Joseph Bell,
Durand, 614 East Adams St., phone
FOR RENT Rooms furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished for light housekeeping,
with hot and cold water in baths.
Rooms are reasonable and a money
saving proposition. Call at the
Dormitory or phone 305. 27-tf
FOR RENT A house lately renovat renovated
ed renovated throughout, on the north side of
Oklawaha avenue; also rooms for
rent on Oklawaha avenue. Apply
to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 E. Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Ave. Phone 383. 28-tf
FOR RENT Rooms furnished or un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, convenient to business
center. Phone 158. 27-3t
FOR RENT Rooms also niceiy fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs.
T. H. Johnson, 504 Oklawaha. Phone
LOST Small black bound diary, lost
near Holder building. Reward will
be paid if returned to room 5 Hol
der building. 27-3t
BUSINESS CHANCE Exceptional
omjortunity for party desiring to
become permanently established in
drug business in Orlando. Must be
a registered pharmacist, prepared
to take half interest in business and
assume management. Also must
come well recommended. W. M
Markey, 136 S. Orange Ave., Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla. 27-lt
FOR RENT Rooms, newly 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 under-.
. under-. writer of Gandy bridge securities.
Have most attractive proposition
for winter. Average man selling
- many thousand dollars weekly and
" find big demand and no resistance.
V Most attractive proposition made to
' hard workers. For quick reply ad ad--
- ad-- dress Underwriters, P. O. Box 428,
St. Petersburg, Fla. 26-3t
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
LOST Brown fox fur, crepe de chene
lining. Think it was misplaced
some months ago. Finder kindly
notify Mrs. B. F. Condon. Phone
STRAWBERRY PLANTS Mission
ary strawberry plants for sale; 50
cents per hundred. Now is the time
to plant. J. L. Leitner. Phone
They were talking about a mutual
acquaintance and the first man was
full of praise.
"Suiart-ehap, that, and a nice fellow
to boot," he said.
The second man hud just received
evidence of the smartness In question
and was still sore about it.
"You're quite right," he said. "He
would be a nice fellow to boot."
Some beautiful new cut glass
THE BOOK SHOP. 28-3t
Among those who went to Gaines
ville today for the football game were
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Leavengood, Miss
Alice Sexton, Mr. T. H. Harris, Mr,
Frank Harris Jr. and Mr. John Tar-
For men of good taste, DON REY
HALLOWE'EN novelties and party
favors at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t
"Another Nash." 6tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams and Dr.
Lyman motored to Orlando today to
spend the week-end, Dr. Lyman going
to attend to business and Mr. and
Mrs. Adams to visit their daughter,
Miss Dorothy Adams, who attends the
Cathedral school there.
In our children's and growing boys'
ond 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
(Continued from Page One)
construction of the missing links be
tween Lake City and High Springs
and between Jacksonville and the
Georgia line, though it must be said
that the department has been working
on other missing links on state roads
Nos. 2 and 4. It should be said in
favor of road No. 1, according to Sec
retary Chazal, that it will ultimately
be one of the most important roads
n the state, even from a South Flor
ida point of view. It is a part of the
national highway from coast to coast
and is the mam channel of travel
from the entire Mississipp1 valley into
Florida. Into road No. 1 also flows
travel from no less than eight trunk
highways thru Alabama and Georgia,
and road No. 1 is, of course, a feeder
into roads Nos. 2, 5, 3 and 4 down the
Mr. Chazal did not succeed in set
ting a statement of work authorized
and completed to date. A tabulated
statement of March 1, however, shows
that up to that date the department
spent $1,514,009.63 on the roads thru
the northern tier of counties and $1,
554,933.32 on the roads in the peninsu
lar part of Florida, The expenditures
on road No. 1 alone were $1,312,376.68.
Of the work authorized and com
pleted and uncompleted up to March
1st, the estimated cost is $4,175,102.36
for -the northern tier of counties, of
which $3,187,040.67 is from state and
federal funds; and $6,853,328.37 for
the roads of the peninsular part of the
state, of which $3,924,155.79 is from
state and federal funds. Since March
a number of new projects have been
authorized both in the northern coun
ties, and the peninsula.
The statement was made at the
meeting of the department on Monday
to the effect that the necessary funds
from the state and federal govern
ment and all sources for the year 1923
to carry on the work and projects of
the department will be $3,150,000 and
$5,000,000 will be required to meet al
HALLOWE'EN novelties and party
favors at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t
Mr. R. E. Layton received the sad
news yesterday that his sister, Mrs.
C. W. Sirmons of Arlington, Ga., was
very ill, and was making preparations
to go to her bedside, but received this
morning a dispatch saying she was
better. Mr. and Mrs. Sirmons are
pleasantly remembered as visitors to
our city last spring.
Last call for HALLOWE'EN novel novelties
ties novelties at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t
California and New York were argu arguing.
ing. arguing. "You're always bragging about your
tlimate," camplained New York. 'I
tv-ish you'd tell me what there Is la
It so superior to mine."
"No comparison," declared Califor California
nia California scornfully. "You haven't any cli climate
mate climate at. All you have is different
ROOMS FOR RENT Light house-
keeping 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
LOST 32x3 non-skid tire on rim,
lost on Sharps Ferry road. Return
to D. W. Tompkins, Ocala. 25-3t
TOR SALE OR RENT Small bun bungalow
galow bungalow just completed near high
school building. Easy terms. Ray
& Thomson. Phone 362. 25-6t
TOR RENT Six room house corner
Tuscawilla and South Second; $35.
Possession Nov. 1st. D. Niel Fer-
FOR RENT A furnished three-room
apartment on the first floor, with
Private bath. Apply to Mrs. P. A.
Departure From Form.
"I understand your prospects of re reelection
election reelection are not as bright as usual."
"Not nearly," admitted Senator Sor Sorghum.
ghum. Sorghum. "Yet you believe in the wisdom of
the plain people?"
Well, the plain people sometimes
get brain fag, same as anybody else.
Our bulletin on new arrivals of sea seasonable
sonable seasonable merchandise from day to day
will appear regularly in the Star.
Read and keep posted. It pays. E. C.
Jordan & Co., clothing department. 6t
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson of
Savannah, spent the day in Ocala, en
route from a short trip on the East
Ccast to Jacksonville, where they will
bo the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Roess and children.
Last call for HALLOWE'EN novel novelties
ties novelties at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t
W. K. Lane. M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
The following out of town visitors
were noted on the streets today: Mrs.
R S. Robertson and Mrs. J. W. Wil Wil-lett
lett Wil-lett of Dunnellon and Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Perkins and little daughter,
Wilamena, of Lacota.
Watch for the new Victor records
Nov. 1 at THE BOOK SHOP. 2S-3t
More than half of the sucar con consumed
sumed consumed in the United States comes
from foreign sources.
"Another Nash." 6tf
New Elgin wrist watches and men's
Elgin watches at THE BOOK SHOP.
Ask for DON REY cigars. 6-10t
"Another Nash." 6tf
MEANING THE SAME THING
"Everyone is commenting on my
"Yes, I've heard a lot of them say
you were remarkably well pre preserved."
served." preserved." Long Sore Throat.
Lives of all eriraffes remind ua
It would surely get our goat
If wv zug'.-.t 'o!! an.J had to
Suffer t-vo yard of pore throat.
"IL.-.v ul. '.u ii:.' my sermon
r.z p.:. tl :.:?" asked the new
niinistt" at Crimson-Gulch.
"1 Hkrl it griw.t," replied Cactus
"Did it help you?'
"A wlh.le lor. I had bet Three Three-Fir.ccr
Fir.ccr Three-Fir.ccr gam $.:,0 that ud he the first
sut.jwt you'd adrtrrss us on."
The bright side of the Near East
situation is the outside. Anaheim
THAT GOOD KIND
AlJj. persons who have paid their
poll tax and do not find their names
on the list I had published, please see
me before Tuesday night, Oct. 31st
that we may get you straight on the
books. A. J. Stephens,
2t Supervisor of Registration.
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. . .
Member of the Federal Reserve System
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
FUNDS RAISED FOR
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one-mill levy each for city and county.
West Palm Beach obtains $37,055
through city and county taxation on
a basis of one mill each, or $3.09 per
St. Petersburg by taxation raises
$71,420, or $4.46 per capita.
The Jacksonville city council for
this year has appropriated $25,000 for
publicity work, to be expended by a
committee of three councilmen. For
the next year the council has appro appropriated
priated appropriated $25,000 on condition that civic
organizations will raise a like amount,
the whole to be expended by the coun council
cil council committee.
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'$ WE do not charge &
1 have cut the price of strand wood
75 cents on the cord, as I am com compelled
pelled compelled to get it off tiie land. Four Four-foot
foot Four-foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471.
E. Gibbons, N. Osceola St 16-tf
Advertise in the Evening Star.
AROUND THE WORLD
Haiti has no navigable rivers.
Australia has no active volcanoes.
Colombia produces the finest emer emeralds.
alds. emeralds. Holland has a cow to every Inhab Inhabitant.
itant. Inhabitant. Brazil is as large as the whole of
Uruguay will celebrate Its centenary
Formosa has a world monopoly of
Ceylon produces the world's finest
Wales has the largest slate quarries
In the world.
Persia has no distilleries, breweries
The FIJI Islands have almost no na native
tive native animals.
Palestine Is about the size of the
state of Vermont.
Sweden Is a land of enlightenment;
education Is compulsory.
India has SO cities, each with a popu population
lation population of more than 100.000.
Japan is so mountainous that only
about one-sixth of its land Is cultivated.
for the high quality of
r .- -
printing we do or the
Let us do your next
job in commercial
Star Publishing Co.
9 99 4- T
Arrangements Have Been Made to Have a
Debate at the Court House
in Ocala on
MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 30
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
MIL W. VV. PHILLIPS, State Senator-eleet,
from Lake City, will speak in favor
of Hie Amendment.
MR. FREDERICK VAN ROY, Representative Representative-elect,
elect, Representative-elect, from Crystal River, will
speak against it.
EVERYBODY COME! THE LADIES ARE ES ESPECIALLY
PECIALLY ESPECIALLY INVITED TO HEAR THESE
Our picture framing department is
again open, jxew moulding and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
sat-wed GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
MY DOORS ARE OPEN.
YOU ARE INVITED IN.
I serve your best interests because
I own none of the lands I offer for
sale; therefore have no special inter interest
est interest in boosting any particular place.
JAMES HALL, Realtor,
27-2t Office Florida Houser
BEF0RE CHRISTIAN ERA
Egyptian children played seesaw
4,000 years ago.
The earliest mention of shoes Is on
Egyptian papyrus written about 2fiOQ
The oldest kwn banknotes were Is Issued
sued Issued in China 237 years before the
Students of ancient languages have
failed to discover in them any system
The first lunar eclipse of which there
Is record occurred March 19, 721 B.
CL, according to Ptolemy.
The first mention of wheat is in
Genesis 30 :14 in the account of Jacob's
sojourn with Laban in Mesopotamia.
"The Tale of Two Brothers," by
Enna, written about 4,000 years ago, is
regarded as the world's oldest fair;
Hair oil was used by the Egyptians
430 B. C Dog's paws, asses' hoofs
and dates, boiled In oil, comprised the
' Glass was used by the Romans In
the time of Tiberius and the rains of
Pompeii show windows of glass used
prior to the advent of Christ.
The approach of -BnternuMixetfafr
fulness of the cac
Wind and sleet beat in vain egabst tlwnvc Hfhf Hfhf-stripped
stripped Hfhf-stripped doort and windows, AfioarradSstarteeps
the interior as warm as a room. TbMadoera
readily adjusted for entflatSon.
Underlying these seasonal ctssiibrtyfaegtfefac ctssiibrtyfaegtfefac-tion
tion ctssiibrtyfaegtfefac-tion owners fee! in the car's excepdooaf ttnaEnesj.
The body proper fa handVwtSded steel rxsSt Jt
is now generally known that this nowd constrw constrw-tion
tion constrw-tion has made possible Dodge Brothers eneradfia
fan (instead of paint) which ia baked etx tso
petature on the snrface of the steeS.
in., -s-i a f til foerv Enes
baoced by a non-rumbl fabric top and rear quartea
fashioned in the present attractive mode.
Genuine Spanish bhie leather upholstery, widesang widesang-fitting
fitting widesang-fitting doors and roomy luggage quarters heitrn
the impression you instantly get of the car's dfatfao dfatfao-tire
tire dfatfao-tire fitness for service, either business or todst
Phone 348 OCALA,' FLORIDA
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