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Son Rbes Tomorrow, 6:41; Seta, 5:42. OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 2S0
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DEIHTO ISSOlllll SILVER SPRINGS
BOGUS SLUNG A
' WICKED BULLET
All ATTEMPT AT
G TO KEEP 11
' OFF TOE TICKET
WILL BE THE BOSS FAME SPREADING
BY IS. CARLET0I1
Itvis Hoped that His Acceptance Of I
Premiership Will End The I
Strife in Italy I
Rome, Sunday, Oct. 29, 8:15 p. m. I
(Associated Press). Serious rioting I
broke out here tonight. Parties of j
Fascist! while passing through the Jin the central, eastern and southeast southeast-working
working southeast-working men's quarter,, known to be I ern states giving information of
a hotbed of subversive elements, were J
attacked by communists who threw I
stones and fired revolvers. The Fa- I
scisti replied. One person was killed
and one Fascisti. wounded, and two!
Fascisti taken prisoners. Troops I
quelled the trouble.
KING OFFERED JOB TO BEN
. Rome, Oct. 30. (By Associated
Press) After the refusal of Antonio
Salandra, former premier, to organize
a ministry, the king called on Benito
Mussolini, the Fascisti leader, to as assume
sume assume the task. If he accepts the
king's invitation all further need for
Fascisti action will be ended.. Their
entrance into Rome will be the simple
evidence of their victory. J
BENNY KEEPS THEM GUESSING
London, Oct. 30. A dispatch to the
Times from Rome says it is believed
that white Mussolini will accent the I
'ministery of the interior,he will take
the foreign portof olio only temporari
ly pending the arrival of an ambas-
sador, probably Count Sforza, now in
Paris, or Signor de Martino, in Lon
don, to fill the post.
FASCISTI TIDE IN FLOOD
London, Oct. 30. (By Associated
Press). Thetriumphant forces of
the Fascisti are ready to take over
the government of Italy today, accord according
ing according to Rome dispatches. Their leader,
Benito Mussolini, was scheduled with
seeking an-answer to the call, of -the
sovereign to create a new ministry to I
replace theFacta government whose
downfall was brought about by the
growing tide of Fascisti power and
BEN'S JOB OF CABINET BUDLD-
Rome, Oct. 30. (By the Associated
Press). Benito Mussolini, called by I
King Victor Emmanuel to form a new I
cabinet; arrived in Rome today,
Crowds thronging the neighborhood I
of the railroad terminals eave him an I
enthusiastic welcome Mussolini left
immediately for the Quirinal, where
he was given an audience by the king.
It is believed the new cabinet will be
constituted during the day.
V j t a j
London Oct. 80-r-(By Associated
Tress). Rome commanders of the
Fascisti, says an Exchange Telegraph
dispatch from Rome, have issued a
manifesto ordering Fascisti squads in
that city not to carry out any re
TRAINS RUNNING AGAIN
Rome, Oct. 30. Railway traffic in
Italy, which was suspended yesterday
by order of the military authorities,!
was resumed today.
RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY
In the death of Mrs. H. S. Minshall
the Ocala Business and Professional
Woman's Club has lost one of its
strongest friends and most valued
workers. She had been a member of
this organization for the past two
years and much of the work the club
has accomplished in that time was due
to her untiring efforts. Front the day
that she became a member of the, club
until the day before she was suddenly
taken away, she was busy with club
work. There was no task too hard
and none so large she was asked to
do which was not undertaken with a
willingness and cheerfulness which
overcame all obstacles. Although most
of her time was taken up with her
j own work, she was always willing
and ready to help, and in her death
the club has lost a member whose
work stands out as a shining example
for all club women to follow.. To her
husband and daughter and other mem-
' bers of the family the Business and
Professional Woman's Club extends
its sincere sympathy.
Ford touring car in good condition,
Bcick truck in good condition. Take
them both for $300. Spencer-P'edrick j
Motor Col Ocala, FU Phone 8. 30-tf i
Marion Motor Club Doing Good Work
In Calling Attention to This Gem
Of Natural Beauty
The publicity department of the
Marion County Motor Club recently
addressed a letter to the motor clubs
Ocala and Marion county and in par-
ticular calling attention to the side
trip to Silver Springs, pointing out
that no person visiting Florida should
fail to see this great natural wonder.
The letter also offered to the members
of the motor club written to the serv
ices of the Marion County Motor Club
when any of the members of these
clubs are traveling into or out of
Florida this season:
Among the motor clubs that' have
acknowledged the letter setn out by
the publicity department of the local
club are the District of Columbia Di
vision of the A. A. A., Washington;
the Cincinnati Automobile Club; the
i Chicago ..Motor Club; the Automobile
Club of Missouri; the Nashville Auto
Club, and the Automobile t Club of
Richmond, Va. All of these clubs
state that they will be glad to recip-
rocate at'any time in any courtesies
MARION COUNTY RAISING
- FINE FALL TOMATOES
On exhibit at the Chamber of Com
merce has been a basket of tomatoes
from the Carmichael farm down Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs run. The tomatoes are
from the crop now being harvested
by Mr. Carmichael and Mr. Clyde
Ray.' As the crop was npt large it
is beipg. .sold in the local markets.
The tomatoes are. evidence of the fact
that this vegetable can be grown as a
fall crop in Marion, couiity as welj as
a spring crop.
IT MAY BE TRIED
- ON JUDGMENT DAY
New Brunswick, Oct. 30. The pos'
sibilitythat the Hall-Mills murder
case would be presented to the grand
jury today seemed remote this morn
ir.g. Information from Somerville
was that notices had 'not been for-
warded to members of the jury and
that it would require at least twenty
four hours notice for them to assem-
I ble after receivedmg the notices.
I PENNSYLVANIA POLICE
- LOOKING FOR POISONER
w.a.j.inM. P, rw anTho
thorities are still seeking a clue to the
I sender of poisoned cake which killed
w an account
ant and resulted in illness which may
cost the life of his wife. The coro-
ner's physician who conducted a post
mortem on Sterrett declared it his
belief that vtwo poisons cleverly
mixed by experts were placed in the
icing of the -cake sent to the Sterretts,
A drink in time will save nine, if it's
wood' alcohol. Debs' Magazine.
Oklahoma Man, Called Out by
Masked Band, Pumped Lead
Into His Assailants
Henrietta, Okla., Oct. 30. Reece
Adkins, of Dewar, Okla., was shot to
death and Thomas Bogus, of Spelter
City, was probably fatally wounded
at Spelter City last night when a
band of masked men of which Adkins
was a member called Bogus from a
picture theater and attempted to kid kidnap
nap kidnap him. Another man unidentified
is known to have been shot in the leg.
'DEACON DUBBS" WAS
A GREAT SUCCESS
Reddkk, Oct 30 The play entitled
"Deacon Dubbs," presented at the K.
of P. lodge hall last Friday night,' was
a big success. All the characters act acted
ed acted their parts well, andx the house,
which was filled to its capacity, was
in an uproad from the time the cur
tain rose until the end.
Many who came late were unable
to get inside and had to return home'.
Large crowds were present from
Ocala, Anthony, Sparr, Lowell, Fair
field, Irvine, Orange Lake and Mcin
tosh. All those present praised the
players for their splendid work.
The players felt highly honored to
have in the audience Mr. John Martin,
mayor of Jacksonville, who praised
the players very highly.
They want to thank; all those who
had a part in making the play a grand
success. Especially do they wish to
thank Miss Janet Roux, who so will
ingly and faithfully worked as direc director,
tor, director, Mrs., v.'!!. Anthony for her piano,
Miss Milflred Manning for the splen splendid
did splendid music and any others who assist assisted
ed assisted in any way.
After the play the director called
all characters on the "stage and after
she had served a delicious salad
course, they organized a company and
elected Mr. J. A. Ktaardas manager.
Mr. Kinard will at once make arrange
ments to play in several other towns
in the county. All hope all who were
unable to get inside will avail them
selves of the opportunity to see this
splendid play. A nice sum was realiz realized
ed realized from the receipts and will be ap applied
plied applied to the indebtedness on the lodge
THROUGH TOURIST TRAIN
TO FLORIDA WEST COAST
- Atlanta. Ga.. Oct. 30. The "Suwa
nee River Special," through tourist
train, giving direct' service to the
west coast ox Florida, will be re reestablished
established reestablished for the winter season on
Sunday, November 12, according to
announcement made by the Southern
The route will be the same as last
year, the Southern. between Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati and Hampton, Fla., and the Sea
board between Hampton and St. Pe
tersburg, via Ocala and Tampa.
Most of those who oppose all
change have theirs! Washington Post
I E TfB A T E
AT THE COURT HOUSE
dD MI(E TBI
LAMES ESPEOAL1LY JDWITED
Bishop Faber of Montana States It Is
His Belief that the Woman
Is to Blame
Havre, Oct. 30. That Mrs. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Carleton deliberately attempted
to win Rev. Leonard Christler, rector
of St. Marks Episcopal church of this
city, from his wife, and that failing,
she shot the minister and then herself,
is the belief of Bishop Frederick Fa Faber,
ber, Faber, head of the diocese of Montana,
according .to a statement made by
hi m today.
"I believe, as a result of the inves investigation
tigation investigation I have made of the-tragedy,
that if this woman had been able to
work her will on Mr. Christler he
would be alive today, unfaithful to his
wife but still living," the bishop's
statement declared. ;
HUSBAND GONE TO BRING HIS
WIFE'S BODY HOME
Los Angeles, Oct. 30 Frank Carle Carle-ton,
ton, Carle-ton, former Montana judge, now
practicing law here, will .leave, today
for Havre, Montana, according to rel relatives
atives relatives -here, to take charge of the
body of his wife, Mrs. Margaret
,-The home of Mrs. R. II. Floyd was
the scene of, much merriment Friday
evening when she entertained the
Girls' Auxiliary of the Baptist church.
The house was very prettily deco
rated with varied Hallowe'en conceits.
Games appropriate to the season
were played, "spooks" affording much
Mrs. P. J. Theus, Mrs. J. G. Par-
rish and Miss Auenista Holt assisted in
er.tertaming. The guest list included
Louie Smoak, Louise Adams, Hazel
Furr, Wilma Shepard, Willie Hucka-
by, Era B. Carver, Noelwah Blanken Blanken-ship,
ship, Blanken-ship, Musette Adams, Ruth Collins,
Mary Battle, Mary Willis Johnson,
Pauline Godwin, Pauline Shafer, Edith
Killebrew, Brent Woods, Frances Ov Overton,
erton, Overton, Christian Whiteside, Marie
Snowden, Florence Collins,
Rogers and Virginia Oliver.
AN ENLIGHTENED WAY
OF GETTING EVEN
Cleveland,! O, Oct. 30. The May-
field township graded school under
construction in South 'Euclid, was
demolished by two explosions last
night. School authorities say there
have been several labor disputes dur
ing construction because the contrac
tor employed both union and non nonunion
union nonunion workmen.
PREACHER Oy TRIAL m .
AT STATEBORO, GA.
Statesboro, Ga., Oct. 30. Rev. El
liott Padrick, a youthful Methodist
minister, went on trial here today
charged with first degree murder in
connection with the killing of his wife
and mother-in-law near here June 19
National Conference of Railroad Men
Will Probably Meet in St. Paul
St. Paul- Oct. 30-(By Associated
Press). A national conference of
railroad men to devise ways and
means of effecting amalgamation of
sixteen standard railroad organiza
tions will be held in Chicago Dec 9th
and 10th, Secretary Wangerin of the
national committee on amalgamation
ALL HANDS AND THE COOK
BE IN ATTENDANCE
Everybody come to the courthouse
tonight to hear the, debate between
Mr. W. W. Phillips and Mr. Frederick
Van Roy on reapportionment. Bring
your good humor and lots of applause
for both speakers and send them
home feeling good.
MEN ORGANIZE A UNION
, SUNDAY SCHOOL BODY
A call issued some time ago for a
meeting of the men's Bible clasess of
the various Sunday schools of the city
evangelical churches at the court
house resulted in a gathering yester
day of about one hundred and fifty,
representing the Baptist, Christian,
Methodist and Presbyterian churches.
The meeting was called to order by
Dr. J. H. Therrell and a temporary
organization was formed with Mr. D.
Niel Ferguson as chairmanand Mr. J.
K. Tally secretary. '-
A nominating committee consisting
of five, one from each class represent represented,
ed, represented, was chosen for the purpose r. of
nominationg permanent officers of the
organization. After a meeting of tihis
committee it was moved and carried
that the matter of ejecting officers be
def erred until the next regular meet meeting.
ing. meeting. v-:.:
Dr.' C. L. Collins, pastor Of the
Baptist church, was in charge of the
exercises and elected to have three three-minute
minute three-minute talks from members" selected
from the boyd. Messrs. W. Ditto,
Mack Taylor, J. P.' Fiifllips and
George MacKay were cnosen 'to'make
these talks and each answered in a
brief way the three -qu'etic&s pro propounded
pounded propounded by the leader' u
J The next meeting will beheld on
the fifth Sunday in December each
fifth Sunday in the year being desig designated
nated designated as a regular meeting day At
this meeting a name will be chosen
and also the officers for the. ensuing
SOLITARY GOAL FOR CENTRE
Danville, Oct. 30. Officers of Cen Centre
tre Centre College looking over the football
records discovered today the lone, tal tally
ly tally made by the University of 'Louis 'Louisville
ville 'Louisville Saturday in the game which
Centre won. 32 to 7was the only time
in six years a team has crossed the
! Centre goal line while
Enemies of Mayfield Now Turn Their
V Attacks on Texas State
Dallas, Tey, Oct. 30. A motion re-,
questing that Secretary of State Sta Staples
ples Staples and Attorney General Keeling be
cited to show cause why they should
not be held in contempt of court was
filed in the fifth court of civil appeals
here today by counsel for C E. King
and others. The motion was based on
the notice to election officers Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, from Staples to place the name
of Earle Mayfield on the ballot as the
democratic candidate for the '. United
States Senate. It is alleged Staples
action was premature.
The Woman's Club held its first
meeting of the club year, at the club
house Saturday afternoon. This after afternoon
noon afternoon was devoted to a reception given
in honor of the public school teachers
and the new club members.
As the afternoon was an open one
there were present an unusually large
number of ladies.. As they arrived
Mrs. L. W. Duval, club president, and
Mrs. B. F Condon, afternoon chair chairman,
man, chairman, greeted them and introduced
Mayor John W. Martin, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, the speaker of the afternoon.
When all hacL had a' few words' of
pleasant conversation with Mayor
Martin, the school teachers and new
!members the afternoon program which
was on citizenship began and was an
unusually interesting one and of great
importance to the club members as
election day is so near at hand.
Mrs. Duval, the president, gave a
few words of greeting which was fol followed
lowed followed by the Citizenship Pledge to
the State given in unison by the club.
. Mayor, Martin, who is a Marion
county product, and one whom is very
highly thought of and honored by all,
was next introduced by Mrs. B. P.
Condon. He talked on citizenship and
handled his subject perfectly. He is
a splendid speaker, and was listened
to with eagerness by alL He also
spoke on the amendments that are to
come up in the next election.
Mr. Lester Lucas next favored the
club with a number of vocal solos.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Lucas.
' The Ocala school band led by Mrsi
B. G. Cole gave a couple of selections
which was received with x great ap applause,
plause, applause, v
Rev. C" W. Trout of the Christian
church pronounced the benodiction
and the club adjourned and spent the
next half hour m a social meeting.
During this hour refreshments were
served, the club's officers being the
The Hallowe'en carnival given at
the school s grounds Saturday night
proved a success financially, andin
the entertainment line was thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended.
Beginning at six o'clock a parade
with a number of cars and much noise
passed through and round town nd
then to the high school grounds, where
in a short, tune the carnival was in
For entertainment there were sevi
eral clever freaks, among which "Pete
the Pigmy" attracted considerable at
tention. There was a wienie roast
and a marshmallow roast and the
peanut and popcorn booths did
thriving business. The Pigrola made
a good hit and the Jaz& Baby also
pleased everybody who saw it.
The carnival grounds were well
filled during the evening with pleas
ure seekers and $81 was taken in.
Special mention of the high school
band, which is doing good -work,
should be made. The band fernished
music throughout the evening which
was much enjoyed.
The carnival was given under the
auspices of the Girls Athletic Asso Association
ciation Association of the high schooL .was plan planned
ned planned and carried out by the members
of this organization and they put on
a creditable show. The funds which
they raised will go to financing their
team during this season and is buy buying
ing buying some necessary equipment,
All persons who have paid their
pon tax and )o not find their names
on the list I had published, please see'
me before Tuesday night, Oct. 31st,
tha we may get you straight on tha
books. A. J. Stephens,
2t Supervisor of Registration.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1922
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That little lonesome dollar we spoke
of in our last did not go long without
company. Saturday evening we met
a lady voter, and she said she had
been brought up in a republican town
and it had everlastingly made a dem democrat
ocrat democrat of her. We asked her what her
name was and she said it was Mrs.
Cash and gave us a dollar bill for her
visiting card. Soon after, we met
Harry Borland, who settemup, and as
he fished a dime out of his pocket to
pay for the dopes, he also unhooked a
dollar bill, which he said he had
thought of giving every time he didn't
see us for the last month.
Now, if a lady brought up in a re republican
publican republican town can give a democratic
dollar, some of you ladies who had
the good luck to be brought up in a
democratic town should show your
appreciation of that great happiness.
We have twenty-five men to only two
good women on our list, which makes
us fear that the men have either more
patriotism or more dollars than t- the
women. Howsomedever, wef'will guar guarantee
antee guarantee that our two contributing lady
citizens are 100 per. cent patriotic
and we should like to receive assur assurance
ance assurance that there are more like them.
As for the he-cits that are going to
come in on this hand, we venture to
remind them that the eleventh hour
has now been cut down to thirty thirty-seven
seven thirty-seven minutes and thirty ticks.
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. Burf ord f 5.00
J. E. Chace I... 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
Kiel Ferguson 1.00
G. W. (Tex) Martin 1.00
Mrs. Cash 1.00
Harry Borland 1.60
The Fond Parent who Is always
' Boosting in Evangeline and sicking
her onto the Company, may think her
Kid is Cat's ; Whiskers x but Nobody
Else can see it. Li'l Kids look Pretty
Much Alike and None of 'Era Know
any More than the Law Allows,' 'so
use Discretion, Fond Parents!
7sf vude dea. --r-
? TO VteU0O0CE,
Organized labcu has "Submitted to
candidates for Congress the follow following
ing following fifteen questions:
Will you work and vote for a law
that will take the profit out of war by
manufacturing battleships, munitions
and other implements of war in gov government
ernment government plants only?
If elected to Congress will you work
and vote to repeal the Esch Cummins
If elected to Congress will you work
and vote against the ship subsidy and
all other special interests?
Do you believe that five men bn the
Supreme Bench who have not been
elected by the people, and who can cannot
not cannot be rejected by the people, should
be permitted to nullify the will of the
people as expressed by their repre representatives
sentatives representatives in Congress and the Ex Executive
ecutive Executive in the White House?
If elected, will you work and vote
for a Constitutional Amendment re restricting
stricting restricting the power of the Supreme
Court to nullify Acts of Congress?
If elected will you work and vote
against compulsory arbitration ami
all attempts to destroy or restrict the
rights of labor organize, bargain col collectively,
lectively, collectively, and strike ?
Will you work and vote for a clean clean-cut
cut clean-cut Federal Statute prohibiting Feder Federal
al Federal judges from issuing injunctions in
industrial disputes ?
Will you work to reinstate the ex excess
cess excess profit taxes and maintain the
taxes on big incomes?
. Will you work and vote to reduce
appropriations for the Army and
Navy to a pre-war basis?
Will you favor increased Federal
appropriations for education?
Will you work and vote for a special
tax on war grafters and profiteers to
pay the soldiers a just compensation?
Will you work and vote for a cltan cltan-cut
cut cltan-cut corrupt practices act which will
put and end to Newberryism ? t
Will you work for and vote for the
Federal abolition of child labor and a
Constitutional Amendment for that
purpose of necessary?
Will you work and vote against the
passage of compulsory labor law?
Will you work and vote against a
sales tax on the food and necessities
of the poor ?
It will be seen by the foregoing
that organized labor expects Congress
to erect it into a privileged class.
This would bring about a condition of
affairs in which organized labor would
suffer with all the rest of us.
Organized labor with the exception
of mining is almost entirely non nonproductive.
productive. nonproductive. It manufactures and
transports raw material but does not
produce it. This is left, broadly
speaking, to the farmer and stock
man, the people who supply food and
clothing. Union labor is nearly all
city and town labor. Added to this
is unorganized labor on the same
lines, also the parasites who do nt
work at all. All these are like an in inverted
verted inverted pyramid, with the apex resting
on the shoulders of the farmer, who is
at the bottom. He will not be able
to carry the enormous and unequal
burden much longer.
Congressmen should answer the
labor questionnaire and answer it
bravely. If they did the people would
stand by them. ;
The Esch-Cummins law should not
be repealed. It should be amended
until it is more effectual.
. It's the Star's opinion that ship
subsidy will be a bad measure, and
in that it agrees with organized labor,
It will be a bad day for. this coun
try when it adopts an amendment al
lowing Congress or any other power
to override a decision of the Supreme
Court. America's Supreme Court is
the most able and highly respected
body of men in the world. Congress
often passes foolish laws. Under the
pressure of passion and prejudice, it
might pass a law that would be not
only unconstitutional but fraught
with evil to the entire nation, of
which organized labor is a part, and
if the proposed amendment was adopt adopted
ed adopted Congress could in a few ; hours
make into law a measure that the
Supreme Court had rejected after
weeks of careful study, and that
measure might work infinite harm.
Any man who has studied the history
of our country and wants to give
Congress the power to reverse the
Supreme Court is too blinded with
prejudice to form a clear opinion. In
stead of giving Congress power over
the Supreme Court, it would be quick'
er and cheaper to abolish the court
A congressman might very well
take a stand against compulsory arbi
tration, as no such law is likely to be
passed. There is no use in arbitra
tion unless both parties fro into it
voluntarily. The Star believes that
if a compulsory arbitration law was
passed that the Supreme Court would
declare it unconstitutional.
We can't forbid federal judges is issuing:
suing: issuing: injunctions without doing-, away
with injunctions altogether. That
would be tough luck for poor people,
small and weak firms and industrial
establishments, towns and cities. Or-
gani;.ed labor seems to think that the
injunction was manufactured on pur-
pose' to thwart it. It forgets, or itlGrover Stafford, Hamp Terrell, E. C-
doesnt care, that the injunction is a.Stanaland, Dr. Dunn and R. B. New New-powerful
powerful New-powerful instrument for the protec-. man were in the party. In Mr.
tion of the weak against the strong.
A poor" man, -for a -few dollars, can
obtain protection for his f property
against a rich man or a powerful cor corporation.
poration. corporation. Congress, will have to
abolish the Supreme Court before it
can abolish, the injunction.
If we were a congressman we would
certainly work for a law to abolish
child labor, and we would certainly
refuse to help pass any law to estab establish
lish establish compulsory labor. The constitu constitution
tion constitution of the United4 States already
forbids' compulsory- labor except for
breaking the law. We rather think
that a sale's tax would be beneficial
to the entire country. It might be
best to raise all. our. revenues that
way that is, if it was wisely admin administered.
istered. administered. It would be just to all, rich
and poor, dp away with a horde of
office-holders and .'reduce many intri intricate
cate intricate economic problems to the simple
question of supply and demand. There Therefore,,
fore,, Therefore,, there, is little probability of its
being adopted. ., ..
If organized labor would take close
notice, it. would see that the country
is steadily going further and furthei
into federal education, and that the
average laboring, man who owns, no
real estate, and consequently pays
few taxes, ". obtains the i principal
benefit from it. The farmer who owns
lands and buildings must pay heavily
for the education of his children the
man in town, living a rented house
pays nothing but his poll tax, and
education,' not only federal but state,
county and municipal, reaches his
children before it does those of the
man out in the country.
The questions about the army and
navy, shipyards, etc., mean but one
thing, and that is that in case of an another
other another war union labor expects to stay
in highly paid jobs, while non-union
labor goes to fight the enemy.
What's the use of union labor ask asking'
ing' asking' about Newberry, as long as it has
Connors, or of profiteers as long as
it has extortion and' t overwhelming
graft in. its building trades? The
world is full of meanness and union
labor, has. its proportion, and the
strong desire to put its proportion
above all other proportions.
It's the Star's opinion that some
demagogue drew up the list of ques questions
tions questions to congressmen, and that well well-informed
informed well-informed .and sensible union men will
disapprove of them.
Mayor John W. Martin of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville says there is much less
disorder and crime in his city
now than there was when it had open
saloons.'. He moreover says that he
thinks that if Jacksonville now had
open saloons, in addition to reckless
auto drivers, its condition would 'be
worse, than it ever has been. Mayor
Martin stands up for his to?n. He
admits that it has its failings, but
claims that it is ,. more orderly and
law-abiding than the average city of
its size. A strong confirmation of
his assertion is found in the fact
that tho the population of Jackson
ville has increased greatly in the last
few years, it has a smaller police
force than in 1916.
Mrs. J. P. Milton of Hazelhurst,
Ga'., formerly Miss Penny Nix of near
Kendrick writes that a lady near her
new home was so impressed with the
beauty of the name f Ocala" that she
bestowed if upon her little daughter.
This is the second girl that we have
heard of being given the name the
first being a member of an Ocala
family. We cannot help wondering
that more Ocala parents do not (name
their, daughters after their home city.
"Ocala is a pretty name and very
unusual. The Star would advise any
Ocala family expecting a daughter to
take this fact into consideration.
Jacksonville Journal finds fault
with Mayor-Martin because a beggar
was seen plying his trade in full view
of the mayor's office Saturday. We
daresay Mr. Martin, if he had seen
that fakir, would have rushed out and
grabbed him by the collar and hauled
him to the hoosgow. But just at that
time Mayor Martin was a hundred
miles away, up here in Ocala, having
a pleasant visit with his Marion
county friends. For goodness sake,
does the mayor of Jacksonville have
to work every day? Ocala lets hers
take a little trip every once in awhile
- Picking up an old paper, printed
many years ago, tears came into our
eyes as we read the following then
authentic rhyme: .v
"Little drops of water; little "drips of
1. rum;' rum;'-"Little
"Little rum;'-"Little grains of sugar and then you
know, yum, yum."
- The K.-of P. entertainment at Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick Friday night was a great success
and well attended. The excellent
comedy drama was well presented and
highly appreciated by the audience.
A considerable number of knights, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by several ladies, went
from 0Ia W livTit hexm aVtlo tn
J obtain all their names, but W. W.
J Stripling, Will Knight, Jhn Howell,
Stripling's car was Mayor Martin of
Jacksonville, who arrived in the city
Friday afternoon, and receiving an
invitation to go to Reddick gladly ac accepted,
cepted, accepted, as he has many old friends in
that substantial community.
EIGHT YEARS AGO
uctooer au, ii4. without giving
warning, Turkey declared war oh
After several days fighting, trying
to break thru the 'Allied line in Flan Flanders,
ders, Flanders, and capture .Calais, Germans
halted for a brief breathing spelL
Berlin admits that Germans and
Austria ns had to retire before Rus Russians
sians Russians at Ivangorod and Warsaw.
: German cruiser Emden sunk a Rus Russian
sian Russian cruiser and a French destroyer
in the harbor at Penang.
German ship Comet with governor
of German New Guinea on 'board
captured by Australian cruiser and
brought to Sydney.
Mr. M. M. Little, the shoe merchant,
has a Bible that will delight any an
tiquary or printer to look at. The
inscription on its first page says,
Printed and sold by Isaac Collins,
Trenton, MDCXIII." The Trenton is
Trenton, N. J., and the date 1793. The
Bible is therefore 129 years old. Col-
ins was evidently a master printer,
this Bible, tho much used, being in
better condition than- many we have
seen a tenth of its age. Six or seven
of the last chapters of Revelations are
torn off; otherwise the Bible is al
most as good as new. The print is
excellent It was printed from new-
type, and the paper much better than
that ordinarily used for book printing
now.' One thing-only makes it diffi
cult to read, and that is the long let
ter s, in those days shaped like an
f with the cross left off. S was then
a long double curve, and might have
remained so if printers had not been
bothered by the lower end constantly
breaking off, so they cramped it up
into its present form. The Bible was
first the property of Thomas Turk,
who wrote in it, 'Thomas Turk, his
Bible, Dec. 13, 1795." The Bible was
given Mr. Little-by a beloved friend,
now gone on before, and he values it
DON KEY quality cigars. 6-10t
"Another Nash." 611
We sell VEGEX. Farmers Exchange
Store. Phone 1621 24-12t
I have cut the price of strand wood
75 cents on the cord, as I am com
pelled to get it off the land. Four Four-foot
foot Four-foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471.
E Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 16-tf
Advertise in the Evening Star.
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1 TyU'-' fifteen (15)
X It $ lN? BETTER ,r
SC 1 V i n)l cigarettes"-.
eWk. hitdr X: - -betler Virginia
NV S --better Barley
Every cigarette fall j5fi '
weight and full size i . ..
Cqftkicht 1922, Liggett & Mr em Tobacco tauNy K
- AND :: ';."
Are installing RADIANTFIRE gas heaters in their
fire places. 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 AND ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
Ocala Gas Company
Harrington Hall Block Ft King Avenue
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
w IS V
Take One on Trial for a
THE BOOK SHOP
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1922
To jhc 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 Speneer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
Needham Motor Co
. General Aulo Repairing
.Firestone, Oldfield and Racine
TIRES AND TUBES
GAS OIL GREASE
V pive Us a Trial
" PHONE 252
If you have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.
OCALA TEN YEARS AGO
Dr. D. M. Smith is in Atlantaa nd
will be home in a few days.
Mr. J. L. Beck of Fellowship, who
has been visiting his daughter at
Plant City for several weeks, is home
again, and was in Ocala Saturday.
The glass knocked out of the show
windows of J. J. Gerig's drugstore
some weeks ago, was replaced Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, and the passing throng can again
look in at the large and attractive
stock of that popular establishment.
No vacation trips are quite equal to
those in which the ocean plays a part.
Merchants & Miners service from
Jacksonville to Baltimore and Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia will prove satisfactory. It
House felt slippers in rose, gold,
turquoise and orange shades just in.
See the window. E. C. Jordan & Co.
clothing department. 26-6t
Watch for the new Victor records
Nov. 1 at THE BOOK SHOP. 28-3t
, Mr. Newell West, a sterling and
popular young man of. Jacksonville,
who died suddenly a few days ago,
was a nephew of Mrs. Norah Fort of
Kendrick and her sister, Mrs. J. P.
Milton of Hazelhurst,.Ga., and htose
two good ladies were much saddened
to hear of the young man's too early
departure from an useful life.
SALT SPIES ITER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold cinder a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Some new inexpensive glass vases
at THE BOOK SHOP. 28-3t
In our children's and growing boys'
end girls' department another lot of
double pants suits, tweed material,
fancy and woolen sox and stockings
and more of those good Red Goose
hoes. E. C. Jordan & Co., children's
ill RM SCHEDULES
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
(Eastern Standard Time)
v ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
6:45 pm I
11 .flQ rvrn I
( p) Monday, Wednesday, lrriday.
j)Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am' Jacksonville-JN'Ycrk 1:66 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:8(1 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm
Owing to a gap in file, "Twenty
Years Ago" will have to be suspended
for a few days.
(From the Ocala Star, Oct. 30, 1912)
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rivers re
turned from their wedding trip today.
Mrs. H. W. Henry and Miss Louise
Stebbins of Lake Weir are in the city
today, guests of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
One of our young friends is mourn mourning
ing mourning the decline of the pumpkin. De Desiring
siring Desiring one for Hallowe'en he ransacked
the town before he found one.
, At 2 o'clock yesterday Mr. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick McAteer Jr. arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McAteer
South Fifth street. The baby
big fine one and the first to gladden
the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. McAteer,
and they are very proud of him.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Jeffories ol
Zephyrhills spent last night in Ocala.
Mr. Jeffories is the promoter of the
colony at Zephyrhills and is quite
proud of the little town. Less than
three years ago the first load of lum lumber
ber lumber was hauled for the first house and
now the town boasts of 1500 inhabi inhabitants,
tants, inhabitants, a public hall, a public library,
electric lights, several miles of board i
walks, a Grand Army camp and num numerous
erous numerous other improvements. There are
bearing fruit trees, set out less than
three years ago and the fine trucking
farms show that it is a prosperous
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 empty jar
and we will refund the cash without
a question, u -Serve stores. zs-vt
Some beautiful new cut glass
THE BOOK SHOP. 28-3t
Members of the Woodmen of the
WoVld and Woodmen Circle held an
informal meeting Friday night. There
was no "work" and the time was
given to talks for "the good of the
order." Refreshments were served.
The Woodmen are making prepara preparations
tions preparations to move from the K .of P. hall,
where they have been holding meet
ings for the .last eight years, to the
Odd Fellows hall in the Gary block.
W. K. Lane, M. Dv physician and
surgeon, specialist, eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala, Fla. -, tf
CV. Roberts & Co.
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
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Dont throw away the shoes
the children have been wear wearing
ing wearing this summer. There's a
lot of wear in them yet, if
youH let us repair them.
HALF SOLES SOLES-WHOLE
WHOLE SOLES-WHOLE SOLES SOLES-RUBBER
RUBBER SOLES-RUBBER HEELS HEELS-LEATHER
LEATHER HEELS-LEATHER HEELS HEELS-ALL
ALL HEELS-ALL WORK GUARANTEED
(Between Gerig's Drug Store
and 10c Store) s
Our bulletin on new arrivals of sea seasonable
sonable seasonable merchandise from day to day
will appear regularly in the Star.
I Read and keep posted. It pays. E. C.
Jordan & Co clothing department. 6t
MR. FREDERICK VAN ROY
Who will debate reapportionment
with Mr. W. W. Phillips at the court
house this evening.
HONOR ROLL FOR
The honor roll of Ebenezer school
for the week ending Oct. 27 is as fol follows:
lows: follows: FirstK grade, Sarah Mattair,
James .Mattair: third grade. Marie
Anderson, Eugenia Mattair, Eleanor
Britt, O. P. Britt; seventh grade,
Adele Mims: eighth grade, Clara
Britt, Loys Mattair, Roy O'Hara.
Marvin A. O'Hara, Principal.
Last call for HALLOWE'EN novel
ties at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t
Main Street 'Market
7. 0. MAESQ
Many of the most attractive values
in our big DOLLAR aluminum sale
are still on hand. Call and see them.
Theus Brothers. 26-t
243 and 174
YOURS FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
we also specialize! in
intelligent Service for fell
makes of batteries.
IY C' BLAL0CK BROTHERS
storage battervx Cor.Main & Oklawaha
' Gnannteed 1 Tears
Last call for HALLOWE'EN novel
ties at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t
Geo MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
A friend in New Orleans sent Mrs.
J. W. Dumas a box of "praunes," one
of the confections the recipe for which
has been handed down from old
Creole days. A praline is a small
cake of brown sugar,' thickly set with
the, fruit of the pecan nut. When it
comes to flavor, it has peanut bar
tied to a post. In the old days ev
erybody used to make them at home;'
and they seldom went far from home,
but now they are made in factories, j
packed in pretty boxes and sent aR
over the world. Any Marion county
family witn a sugarcane paten and a
pecan grove can make them. They
are well worth the trouble of making
for they are both delicious and nutri
tious. Mrs. Dumas made the reporter
happy by giving him one of the dainty
Delco-Ligfit Price Reductions
lit 'Mm Mm
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 S2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf
A. E GERIG
i Ocala, Florida
Capt. Edward Drake came in from
Williston Saturday, and showed the
Star an eggplant of unusual form.
The egg forked near the stem, a little j
plant growing on tne bigger one in
such a way as to resemble the nose on
man's face. Some waggish artist
added to the likeness by cutting holes 1
for eyes, mouth and nostrils in the
plant, until it bore a grotesque re resemblance
semblance resemblance to a man's head. Stuck up
in the corner of a pagan temple it
would have made a very good idol.
HALLOWE'EN novelties and party
favors at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t
YOU can now buy the, most popular
electric plant ever built,1 Delco-Light
" Model 866, for
two years ago.
Similar reductions have been made in
other styles and sizes of DelcoJJfeht.
At these low 1917 prices, you cn now
install DelcxvLight for! less han at any
time within the past five years And you
can buy it on easy payments if desired.
See the local Delco-Iight dealer for
the new price and termson the Delco Delco-Light
Light Delco-Light plant best fitted to your needs-
. Made and Quaranteed By
DELCO-LIGHT COMPANY, Dayton, Ohio
Stibsidiary of Qeneral Motors Corporation
I : I j?or men oi gooa taste, uun rus.x
L ALEXANDER MOt
Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for tho money than any other
ontractor in the city.
The DOLLAR aluminum, sale at
Theus Brothers is still on. See the
many real double values offered. 26-t
"Another Nash. 6tf
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
i pot plants. Try it. Sold st the Court
Pharmacy. ; tf
DON RET cigars are better. 6-10t I DON BEY cigars are better. 6-10t
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OCALA. EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1922
(RATES under thla heading- are as
follows: .Maximum of six lines one time
tic; three times 60c; six times 75c: one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
advaraee except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WANTED To buy a small farm;
good land, twenty to eighty acres;
six room or larger house; outbuild outbuildings.
ings. outbuildings. Address P. O.' Box 54, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 30-t
FOOnD Tire and rim;
night. Owner may find
applying to Star office.
An apartment. Phone Phone-No.
No. Phone-No. 1129 E. Fort King
WANTED To buy, well trained deer
hound. Write, with full description
and price to P. O. Box 985, Orlando,
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 entrances,
trances, entrances, private bath. Apply to
Mrs- George Blitch or Joseph Bell,
city. ... 28-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 Okla-.
. Okla-. waha Ave. Phone 383. 28-tf
HALLOWE'EN CARD PARTY
. There will be a card party at the
Catholic rectory tomorrow (Tuesday)
evening, October 31, at eight o'clock.
Make arrangements for your tables
with Mrs. Allen Walkley or Mrs.
Weller CarmkhaeL 24-6t
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.
The glory that was Greece contin continues
ues continues to be in the past tense. IndUn IndUn-apolis
apolis IndUn-apolis News.
Mr. Raiford Simmons of Statesboro,
Ga., spent the week-end in Ocala at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. L. E.
FOR RENT Rooms also nicely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Apply to Mrs.
T. H. Johnson, 504 Oklawaha. Phone
379. ; 24-6t
I OR RENT Rooms, newly furnish furnished
ed furnished 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
FOR SALE OR RENT Small bun bungalow
galow bungalow 'just completed near high
school building. Easy terms. Ray
& Thomson. Phone 362. 25-6t
FOR RENT Six room house corner
Tuscawilla and South Second; $35.
Possession Nov." 1st. D. Niel" Fer Ferguson.
guson. Ferguson. 26-3t
FOR RENT A furnished three-room
apartment on the first floor, with
private bath. Apply to Mrs. P. A.
Durand, 614 East Adams St., phone
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
We are equipped to give com complete
plete complete renovation and repair
service on your car. We get it
v ready for the road in jig time
and at low prices. All expert
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
Hallowe'en apples at the O. K. Tea
pot Grocery. 2t
We have the best meats to be had
in Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf
HALLOWE'EN novelties and nartv
favors atvTHE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lloyd and chil
dren arrived home this afternoon from
a two months' visit, with relatives in
Mrs. T. E. Bridges, who has been
transplanting her flowers, has a num
ber of violet plants which she will
gladly .give to any one wishing them.
Hallowe'en apples at the O. K. Tea
pot Grocery. 2t
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c., 50c and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
A VITAL MESSAGE
The Star is in receipt of two hand
some calendars from the First State
Bank of Mcintosh. They will make
useful and ornamental additions to
the business office.
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 br
call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala. Phone
Further Information Wanted
I wish to extend sincere thanks to
the party who replied to the ad. a
short time ago regarding child placed
on Methodist parsonage doorstep in
1895, which information was passed
to the young lady in question and
highly appreciated. Desiring further
information, which will be held strict strictly
ly strictly confidential, will this party please
give an aaaress to wnicn inquiries
may be addressed. Write "Inquirer,1
F. O. Box 197, Spartanburg, South
Ask for DON REY cigars. 6-10t
If you suffer from "RHEUMA "RHEUMATISM,"'
TISM,"' "RHEUMATISM,"' CONSTIPATION, INDIGES
TION, ECZEMA, BRONCHITIS,
BOILS, or your nerves are affected in
any way; or you desire to have a fine,
clear, healthy complexion, we want
you to try a package of our MAR MARVELOUS
VELOUS MARVELOUS REMEDY, YEASTOLAX.
Among its.jvarious elements YEAST YEASTOLAX
OLAX YEASTOLAX contains the highest and most
potent, VITAMINES, which the sdien- jj,
tiflc world has found to be absolutely J ca ng
necessary to bodily vigor. People all
over the country have found great re
lief through its use, and now feel the
joy of perfect health and vitality.
YEASTOLAX also has the properties
of bejng inon-gripingly and mildly!
laxative, yet its action is sure.
In order- to quickly introduce
YEASTOLAX into every community,
we will give for a-limited time to any
person who will mail $1.00 to cover
the cost of a liberal sized package,
The Russian Ruble recently was
worth 55c per ruble, giving the above
value, f $27,000.00.
Save this money; many a great for-
ture hast been built up by buying for foreign
eign foreign money, after wars. The Chicago
Tribune on. September 12th calls at attention
tention attention to ( the new canal which has
just been opened for shipping between
Russia, Germany and Central 'Asia,
aifordingj a new source of raw mate
rials for the Russo-German combine,
especially oil, manganese and copper
and opening up the rich Persian and
Central Asian trade to Germany and
Russia. Think what this means;
surely you cannot afford to pass up
the opportunity to acquire these
Send in your name and address, to together
gether together with a dollar remittance, to today;
day; today; the package of YEASTOLAX
and 50,000 Rubles will be delivered to
you at once.
202 S. Clark SU Dept 26, Chicago.
Hallowe'en apples at the O. K. Tea
pot Grocery. 2t
"Another Nash." 6tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lege are mov moving
ing moving today into the apartment recently
remodeled,. by Miss Nellie Stevensi at
her home, Mrs. George Young expects
to move tomorrow into the houseon
Eighth street which the Leges
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
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
Futch Saturday afternoon about fifty
little children gathered in answer to
the invitations previously issued, to
celebrate the birthday of two little
cousins, Mary Elizabeth Simmons and
Simmons Futch, whose birthday anni anniversary
versary anniversary comes on the same day and
who celebrate it together, last year
at the home of the little girl and this
year at the home of the little boy.
These two little folks have many
little friends who were invited to help
them celebrate and as the appointed
hour arrived they, began to gather,
and in a short time the lawn was the
scene of a joyous, happy crowd of
children. They played all kinds of
games and from the laughter and
happy sounds the afternoon hours
were undoubtedly filled with pleasure.
Refreshments were served t in the
dining room. This room had been
decorated for the occasion, a dainty
color scheme of pink being carried
out in all the appointments. Pink
roses were arranged in vases on' the
bufflet, serving table and a large
bowl of these flowers made a pretty
centerpiece for the table. Pink and
white streamers from the chandelier
were attached to the corners of the
table and at each end of the table was
a birthday cake, each being adorned
with four lighted candles, over which
the two honorees presided. At the
place of each guest was a pretty lit
tle candle which when the wicks were
pulled produced caps which the guests
carried home as favors. Ice cream,
cookies and candy was served. Mrs.
Futch was assisted in entertaining by
Mrs. Paul Simmons.
When the guests "took their depar
ture, which they did reluctantly, they
told what a good time they had had
and wished the honor guests many
more happy birthdays.
One of the pleasant surprises of the j
afternoon was the arrival of Mr. Rai
ford Simmons from Statesboro, Ga.
He came to Ocala especially to spend
the day with his two little grandchil
dren, and you may be sure that they
were delighted, to have him with them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brantly had as
their guests for the week-end, Mr. C.
J. Mundee of Jacksonville.
Florida Auto Supply Company
DAYTON TH OR OB RED'
TI RE S AND T U B E
Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 7509 miles; Ccrds, 10.C CO
miles We make the adjustments. :
Complete Line ot Auto Accessories
314-20 2. Main St. OCALA, FLA
Mr. Harriman of Washington arriv arrived
ed arrived Saturday to spend the winter with
his daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Gates. It
has been his custom to spend in the
winter in Florida for several years
and he is as alert and cheerful as
A Standing Invitation to Germs
Weather-kept foods are risky foods to eat.
Exposed to germ-laden dust and myriad impuri impurities,
ties, impurities, such foods are easy prey for all the enemies of
Yet people will take such chances in the Fall
Perhaps they have never discovered how small
investment for ice is necessary at this time of the year
Ocala Ice & Packing Co., Ocala, Fla.
We have a service car. Call
on us .when out on the road.
HOOD and FEDERAL
TIRES and TITLES
Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Go.
J. R. LONG 7
W. A. STROUD
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
New Elgin wrist watches and men's
Elgin watches at THE BOOK SHOP.
Mr. Alison Wartmann has returned
home from Atlanta, where he went a
week ago,, Mrs. Wartmann and .chil .children,
dren, .children, who have been visiting Mrs.
Wartmann's parents in Fordyce, Ark.,
joined him in Atlanta and returned
home with him.
"Another Naslu" 6tl
"Say it with nowers" and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the Dunnellon road,
i Phone S0M. x 10-tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson and two
daughters, Sara and Lucy and Mrs.
Nelson Geise of Palatka, returned
home yesterday. Mrs. Johnson has
been the guest for the past -week of
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood and the rest
of the party spent the week-end in
Jack King's Comedians
will present 4-act drama
VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS
ADMISSION: 25c, 40c
LADIES free tonight
In the announcement for the Hal
lowe'en card party which will be given
at the Catholic rectory there has been
some misunderstanding: as to the
time. It will be at eight o'clock to to-j
j to-j morrow (Tuesday) night, and those
reservmcr tables are reauestea xo
bring their own cards.
U. D. Hardester, the young man ac
cused pf stealing Miss Ruby Capple Capple-man's
man's Capple-man's car,. had a hearing in Judge
j Futch's court this morning. He was
bound over to the circuit court in the
sum of $1000.
The Jack King Comedians will open
a week s engagement at tneir rem
I theater on the lot immediately west
of the Baptist church tonight ''with
"Divorce Cure." Mr. Victor Canares
assures the theater goers of Ocala
that they will give a repertoire of
splendid productions during the week
at popular prices. Watch the Star
for daily announcement of the play
for each evening.
Tent meetings at Eighth street,
across from high school, tonight at
7:45. There will be a scriptural ex
position of yesterday's Sunday school
lesson. Come and drink of the living
Costs You Nothing to Try-So Solve This Puzzle
How Many Words
Can Yon Find
in This Picture
the Letter "F"T
For example, you will
notice -Fire," -Fiddle,"
"Foundry," etc Are you
able to find 20 words
commencing with the.
letter T? 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 big
prize. Anybody can try
costs nothing. Why
should you not be the
winner of the $2000. 00 ?
YdDTU SfflKDUILID) IM'SHSk
real chance of winning at least one of the prizes offered there are fifteen of them. Why not try for
the big prize and win $2000.00. Somebody will win it your chances are a3 good as anybody's.
Just think what you could do with the money. $2000.00
could buy an automobile and leave enough balance to
make a payment on a cozy home. Perhaps you have in
mind just the thins you would like to do if you received a
check for $2000.00. Certainly you owe it to yourself to try
to solve this puzzle You will find the trying very easy
The Way to Win One of the Twenty Frizes
You do not have to spend a penny to get Into this contest.
It is not necessary for you to order any Yeastoiax. If your
list is adjudged to be ane of the twenty best you win re receive
ceive receive one of the cash prizes. Without your order for
Yea st ol ax. if your list of words commencing with the let-,
ter "F" is the largest you receive the first prize of $50.00.
If the judges award yon the second prize, without your :
order for Yeastoiax, you will get a check for $25.00; and
so on down t" line as shown in this announcement.
Win the Big Prize $2000.00
If you choose yon can win a great deal more than the
Class A prizes. Ail that is necessary for you to qualify
your list for the BIGGER PRIZES is to send in an order
for one or more packages of YeastoSax. Look over care carefully
fully carefully the schedule of prize as classified fa this announce announcement.
ment. announcement. You will find that if yon send m $LO0 for one pack package
age package of Yeastoiax and the judges award yon first prae yen
will get $300.00. If you aend in $2.00 for two packages of
Yeastoiax and your list is awarded first prize ycra will get
a check for $60040; and so on op. If you send in $5.00 for
5 packages of Yeastoiax and the judges award yon the first
pnzeTyou will receive the Big Prize of $2X0.00. Should
your hat be judged as the second best you would receive
$1000.00; and so on down the list. Remember, there are
twenty prizes off ered. as shown. All the opportunity one
could desire. Go in to win the best prize.
S700.0Q Extra Award for Promptness
rw 15th. 1922 is the last day for receiving rcur solution
to this puzzle qualifying you to win one of zhe prizes. But.
pioyee and relative of live Ycaetolav Co.
2 The Kirat frix will b awarded to tbe
peraon giving tbe target oambcr of
words begins in g wjth tbe tetter To
tb next in order will be awarded tb
Beeond Prix ead ao ea daws the liet of
Twantv Prises. Tbe awards will It aasde
oa the baaie of the worda aabnntted and
not from a prode'ermined Iiat. Should
there be any ties tbe fail amoant of tbe
prixe will be swarded to each contestant
3 Worda of arnoarmooe meaning' and
worda of the mat epejlintr but differ different
ent different meaning- til eoant as only one. Ue
e:ther the angnlur or ploraJ of a word.
Only worda anoearlng' la WttuWi Dic Dictionary
tionary Dictionary and dot obaoieta words win be
4 Worda moat bs smcbered 1. X. S, ate.,
towei l uti n ly.
5 The contest win be derided by thro
fodgea. independent of aad asseoB asseoB-aatlad
aatlad asseoB-aatlad with too Yeaatoias Co. Tbea
jodaea will award the prisee. The eoa eoa-teataats
teataats eoa-teataats agree to -abide by the detiaiona
of tbeee edgae. and It is aaderaoad that
aaeb derieioae are to be eonctaaive. Tbe
aamea of winners and winning iieta of
of aorda will be poblished aa aooe aa pos
eibie after tbe contest. A copy of thia sat
a etaenped. addresses envelope. Two or
more persona may eo operate is thia eon
teat, bat only one prise will be a warded tm
any each co-opei atias groan.
6Liataof aames moat be received at oar
office lany tune daring malar office
nonrslon or before Dee.15th.ltf3. For every
day before (or ahead) of thie date that
your order for Yeaatoias ie received yea
will get aa additional award of $HM per
day. added to any nret prise yoa win. la
ease of ties tin award will be anal jested
to er xf contestant aa tying.
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Via it eealaeja Sw tleiat aed Met i itiut aiuacw. waica thm aajmwfc world has feood te B
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IMPORTANT S pectal Introductory Premlma
moroeraoofclrtatroeoe V """I JnaiamiiUf.weoSisieetaaannia.
laaelowaitaotcaataoaai wwaaefcitna totaaaaanla.
Absolutely FREE 50,000.00 Babies
The Onilii Socio rnnOroK oarCkSSo ear rable. sMee ate aeso
M.cxe Kim recs witfe od mmi om- rxtw id mi
r n o tor mo voo miU ioiii JOB. 9ne.ue ftntm 1
noiiiw One efr a-icoeod oogthwi o 4 ri ojaoiif r f or tho eossJo
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Vtm' i woo oitkonnllMote totboao oe aaaw taeaeateotae 00S aa Caaoa oao do aot.
rvnre this: For every day before that date-that vour order
for Yeastoiax is recersd an extra prie of $10.00 for each
and every day will be added to any first prize won. If
you send in your order today yoa will get a receipt for the
pewiwfrd Twenty .Prizes? $4,000.00
should try your very best to earn tnis additional awaro.
It will cost yoa little additional effort. In case of ties we
will award duplicate amounts of $700.00 to each contest contest--
- contest-- ant so tying. Dont overlook reading about our extra
premium of 50.000.00 Genuine Russian Rabies, wnctbes
or not yoa enter this contest
Go after the Big Prizes dont delay start right away
get into tbe contest. How many words can yoa find with
tbe letter "F ? Great amusement great opportunity.
12X0.00 is awaking your call. Now is the time to act.
laaaet ia Um
Yeastoiax Co. IZFSZS"- CHicago
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