The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday, possibly local rains in extreme north portion; little change in temperaturs TEMPERATURES Thia Morning, 70; This Afternoon,' 85.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:41; Set-, 5:14 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1922 VOLUME TTENTY-EIGBT. NO. 2S8
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Again the United States Refuses To I Minimum Wage for Union Workers

Participate in Disputes Of I Demanded by ineir Kepresenta-

Europe and Asia.

tires on the Railroad Board

Washington, Oct. 31 (Associated Chicago, Oct. 31. The majority oi
Press), A formal "reply declining the the United States railroad labor
allied invitation for American partic- board are condemned for their living
ipation in the Near East conference wage opinion in a statement made
to be held next month at Lausanne, public today today by A. O. Whar Whar-Switzerland,
Switzerland, Whar-Switzerland, was forwarded today ton, one of the three members of the
fiom the state department through board's labor group, whose dissenting

the British, French and Italian em- opinion on the wage aecision ioi

maintenance of way worKers orougnt
forth the living wage rejoinder by
majority members Sunday. Wharton
declared the majority opinion was
fallacious and contained untruths.

Three Dead and Four Wounded In a
Rear End Collision In

bassies here.


Drove His Daughter's Best Young

Man Away and She Sent Him
1 Back to the Pen


Memphis, Oct. 31.-Jesse Sander- W Has Cut ff A Commercial

son; of Caruthersville, Mo., a farmer,

is on the way back to the Louisiana
penitentiary today to complete serv-

. ing a life sentence alter enjoying

Relations With The Em

pire State

New Orleans, Oct. 31. Three dead,
four seriously injured and two slight slightly
ly slightly hurt is the toll of a rear end col collision
lision collision early today when the Sunset

Express, a Southern Pacific fast New
Orleans and San Francisco train,
crashed into the Sells-Floto circus
special, a.35-car train en route from
New Orleans to New Iberia. The dead
and injured are all circus people, who
were asleep in the rear car of their

special. The conductor and brakeman

of the special are reported missing.

The wreck occurred near Adeline, La.

Both trains were proceeding west

ward. The passengers on the express

were unhurt and assisted in caring
for the injured. The wreck occurred

at three o'clock this morning.

Mexico City, Oct. 31. (Associated

; nineteen years of freedom following Press). Commercial relations be bell
ll bell is escape from prison in 1903. San- tween the Mexjcan government and
derson was, turned over to the au- all persons and groups of persons re re-thorities
thorities re-thorities by his daughter who, the of- siding in New York state were under
ficers say, was angered when her suspension today until further 'notice
father drove away a young man pay- as the result of instructions sent the
. ing attention to her. She notified the department of the, interior last night

' Louisiana prison authorities that her I by President Obregon

father was an escaped prisoner and

Sanderson was arrested at Caruthers Caruthersville
ville Caruthersville yesterday. Sanderson was. con-j
victed in 1903 of killing a man ac accused
cused accused of stealing a plow from him.




Tampa, Oct. 31. There seems to be


Tampa, Oct. 31. Henry Jackson, a
negro, has been forcing the federal

government to feed and clothe him
for at least twelve years, according
to H. G. Reese, postoffice inspector
here. He explains that the negro has

invented a successful method of get getting
ting getting into the federal prison in Atlanta

a misunderstanding on the part of a and that ag soon ag'' he completes
large number of individuals in regard servmg 0ne sentence he repeats ne
tc the proposed amendment to the performance" and enters the peniten peniten-state
state peniten-state .constitution regarding voting of tiary. for another term. The inspec inspec-mUkge
mUkge inspec-mUkge for school purposes, says A. tor gtatea tnat every few weeks
B." Johnson, superintendent of public Henry is forced to the inconvenience
instruction of Orange county," in an of breaking again into the prison fold
interview furnished the Tampa Civi- but that it never is a matter of more
tan Club, for use in its campaign to than thirty days, as his system is
inform voters as to just what the perfect.
amendment means, and what it will "Henry has been living off the gov-
i m i j i i i a:

uo to relieve me cnucai suuauou ernment for at least twelve years
facing the schools in many sections of that T know of said Reese. "He has
the state. onjy one arm an(j doesn't like-to work,
"The importance of the amndment so he evoived a scheme of keeping al alia
ia alia undervalued," says Superintendent most continually in the Atlanta pen-Johnson,-
"and I understand it is be- itentiary. Henry simply goes to a
ing fought secretly and silently by the post0ffice, takes a brick and smashes
enemies of the public school system. in severai iock boxes. He then stands
"The importance of the amendment around th the stolen mail conspicu-
does not make it obligatory to assess ously displayed on his person waiting
the full ten mills upon all personal for someone to come along and arrest
and real property of the state and njm
county, but merely gives the special "Henry smashed three boxes in
tax district voters the privilege if Lakeland on October 1 and the fol fol-they
they fol-they so desire to levy from one to iowing day walked into the office of
ten mills for their own particular the chief of police 0f port Tampa, ex ex-needs,
needs, ex-needs, hibited several pieces of mail and
"Its non-passage would mean that confessed that he had committed the

if crowded districts, where the schools

Will Be The Result of Organization

Of the American Farm Bureau
' Federation

Messrs. Phillips and Van Roy Debated Meantime the Italian Ambassador To

That Important Question Before I France Sends In Boa

An Ocala Audience I Resignation

For many years the hope and dream Considering the number of other I London, .Oct. 31 Members of the

of many a co-operative grower of J attractions in tne city monaay eve-j new Italian cabinet headed by Benito

fruits and vegetables has been that i

a nation-wide grower-owned, grower

controlled, co-operative selling organ

ization might develop with the


operative movement. In Chicago, on Election, was attended by a goodly

uctooer m, tne reaeratea rrure nnW of war

ning the debate scheduled between Mussolini took their oaths of office be be-Messrs.
Messrs. be-Messrs. W. W. Phillips of Lake City, If ore King Victor Emmanuel last night

and Frederick Van Roy of Crystal J and assumed office immediately, says
River, on the reapportionment amend-la Rome dispatch.

ment to be voted on at next Tuesday's I '

Paris. Oct. 31. Bv the Associated

Mr. D. Niel Ferguson was selected I Press) -Count -Sforaa has teleeranh.

as chairman of the meeting and intro- Ud his Tesiirnation Tt1i.n

duced the speakers. Mr. Phillips Lador at Paris to Premier MnssolinL

opened with a ten-minute talk, after He explained in his view the new
which Mr. Van Roy presented his I government should have in xnrh

a ? a i i m A.t I

ararumenx aramsi uie auouuuu ax Lue i s v v j

the etoto rtf TTlowaro aryA ill Ko a t . I lUU1UUSu CCUru W1U1 1U

v I omanfimonr

Vegetable Growers, Inc., was com completely
pletely completely organized and after January

1st, 1923, will become the marketing

organization of the American Farm

Bureau Federation. The new concern

has been chartered under the laws of

non-stock, non-profit, purely co-opera

tive, -grower-owner and grower-controlled

At a meeting in New York on Oct.

Mr. Van Roy, after a few prelimi

nary remarks, produced a large map

of Florida, in which the counties had

i been divided into groups, as used by


Rome, Oct. 31. (By the Associated

I UtKU U1V1UCU lliku ivupa, as uacu uj i m. 17. ,
5th, the board of directors of the or- aecretary of agriculture to show llT tv CODJmnd
anization elected the foUowine- offi- Z lJt. todar ordered demobilization of the

Statesboro. Ga,, Oct. 31. After

leading the court room in prayer.
Rev. Elliott Padrick, Methodist min minister,
ister, minister, took the stand in his own de

fense today in his trial on the charge
of slaying his wife and mother-in-law.
The youthful preacher lost no time tin

beginning his sermon. He took for
his text, "Thou shalt not." Right at

the point where the sermon was get

ting strong, one of his attorneys see-

( ing he was becoming excited, shouted,

"That will do, Elliott; sit down."
Padrick walked to the water cooler,
drank", returned to the attorneys'
table, sat down and went to sleep.
Padrick admitted the slayings and the

defense is attempting to prove insanity.

ganization elected the following offi

cers to serve until the first annual
meeting in February:
President, J. S. Edwards, Redlands,
Calif. Mr. Edwards is a long-stand-

Fascisti and numerous members of the

organization will leave for home to

day after a patriotic procession. The

situation, according to a semi-official

expression today, is regarded as

normal again.



are inadequate to properly care for
the pupils, thil they shall continue

to have to conduct schools with im

proper buildings, untrained and un-

"The trouble at Lakeland," the in in-siector
siector in-siector continued, "was that Henry
got tired of waiting for somebody to

arrest him there and took a train to

prepared teachers and super-crowded Port Tampa, where he had to confess
conditions, which are a menace' to 0 ge jn jajj
health, and undoubtedly will retard 0n August 24, 1917, Henry broke
the progress and growth of the com- -into tne Tampa postoffice the same
munity. I have in mind a certain dis- way He also had served time in At At-trict
trict At-trict that under the present valuation, lanta for breaking into the DeLand

cannot raise sumcient funds by taxa- postoffice and for breaking lock boxes

tion to properly care for their chii- m a p0stoffice on the East Coast. The
dren. Won't you come to their re- last postoffice he robbed before that in

lieI J Lakeland was in Virginia. Henry has
"Parents in this day and age do not broken into so many posioffices and

properly control their children, but has been locked up so often that he

expect them to be discipimea at doesn't know himself how many times

school, ihis would require more he has been arrested."

male principals than we have at pres- In jail here Henry anxiously asked
ent or can expect to have unless we Reese if there was a ter mof federal

can secure more funds to induce men COUrt in Jacksonville in November.

to leave their present occupations An affirmative reply brought a grin
and adopt the teaching profession. fTOm the prisoner. Reese explained

-cy an means let us put our shoui- tfcat Henry desired to return to At-

aer to the wheel and see that this lanta m time for Christmas dinner.

amendment is carried at the Novem- Reese in Atlanta when tele tele-ber
ber tele-ber election." I ror,taA ,o thr wv Kn-ros in th

I "-v.


Monroe, La., Oct. 31. Three men
were1 killed when the gasoline extrac extraction
tion extraction plant of the Atlas Oil Company
near Swartz, La., was wrecked today
by an explosion. The loss is estimat estimated
ed estimated at $200,000.

Lakeland office had been robbed

When he had read the telegram he

told the supervising inspector tha

'that man is Henry Jackson and I'm

going to Tampa to prove it.

He did.



Fort Lauderdale. Oct. 31. D. G

Tenbrook, chief of police, was re-

London, Oct. 31. (Byi Associated I elected at the municipal election yes-

Press). Father Bernard Vaughn, one terday over Lucien F. Craig, by one
of the most prominent Jesuit priests vote, according to reported- returns,
in the world and a brother of the late The total vote cast was 433, of

Cardinal Vaughn, died here today. I which Tenbrook got 217.

Jacksonville, Oct.' 30. -The genus
motorist wrinkled his brows, looked
wise, pocketed two cents and specu speculated
lated speculated behind his wheel as he drove
from- filling stations yesterday. At
the stations the gasoline price had
dropped two cents over night, bring bringing
ing bringing it to 21 cents a gallon. The motor motorist
ist motorist wondered in the light of some re recent
cent recent events if a rate war hovered
At the corporation agencies it was

affirmed that the 21 cents had been
fixed overnight.' Such a reduction is

unusual here in that the price has
only come down one cent in previous

A few days ago word came from

Tallahassee that the much discussed

gasoline tax law had been interpreted
not to apply to gasoline brought into

;he state and disposed of through the

refining companies' own filling sta

tions. Obviously, such an exemption

gives this type of filling station an

advantage over the privately owned
stand. The privately owned station

has the onerous job of passing on to

the ultimate consumer the one cent
tax. The tax applies to wholesale

turn-overs but the wholesaler, it is
generally admitted passes it on to the

retailer, who has no use for it in his

home, so he passes it on to the con

sumer. When the wholesaler brings

his gas into the state and sells it

through his own filling station, the

tax is eliminated.

One or two things must happen to

place the corporation-owned station

and the privately-owned one on equa'

basis if the reported interpretation of

the gasplihe tax law obtains.

The corporation station must,either

charge the consumer a tax that does
not exist for the station or else the

wholesale department of the corpora

tion must absorb the tax and not pass

it on to the retailer.

The motorist had food for thonehl:

when he noticed thl privately-owned-j

station was still selling gasoline at
25 cents. Usually thse dealers fol follow
low follow in the line fi price reduction.
Washington, Oct. 31. Marion De De-Vries,
Vries, De-Vries, presiding judge of the court
of customs appeals, today resigned
after twelve years service on the
court and his resignation was accept accepted
ed accepted by President Harding. He will re

turn to the practice of law.

Concern Will Soon be Stocked

With Good Things to Eeat

the varied industries of the different

sections of the state. With this he
endeavored to explain why the pro proposed
posed proposed amendment could not better the
nolitical situation as to the ecmalizine

ing director of the California Fruit 1 0f the nower held by the several sec-

Growers Exchange, and president of tions of the state in the legislative
the Gold Buckle Orange Association I k,a f Tlnridn.

of Redlands, Calif. He claimed that the amendment WlS-UUirrY WMFAWY

Chairman of executive committee, I should be defeated for the reason

James Nicol, South Haven, Mich. Mr. j that under its provisions our legisla-

Kr; n.n.;A4- e v i: I ... ... I tt J xt -rrr l m.;

'Y1-"' icamciiu ui me aiKuigou i tiire would become too large, citing iuuuwiub 'cw naxcuuiue -w iu

farm Bureau ederation, and a direc- number of other states which got
tor of the South Haven Fruit Ex- alone fine with a smaller number. Mr.

change, Inc. Van Rov claimed that there was no

Vice president, E. P, Porcher, of assurance that the coming legislatures

cnnn un .l:... j.v it i I . .. . v..

x i., Buippcr j. me w WOTiid eniorce its provisions witn any 8mce it boueht out the wholesale

ueerheld brand and president of 1 more regularity than past ones have owutAnr Vinoinooo aoT1iq1i a1 o-nJ mil.

the' North American Fruit Exchange, done for the last thirty odd years. ducted for many years by Mr. Jake

Vice, president, W. B. Armstrong, Following are the high spots in Mr. Rmn h

Yakima, Wash., president of the Phillins areument: k wi k xt, ti,. tmi.

Washington Farm Bureau Federation, He used the line advocated by state Osceola street, has moved to its new
director of Yakima Fruit Growers divisionists as the logical line for po- wrlnn,L' fcniWmo.

Association. I litirnl division of the two RWtions. I -. ' t

o 1 -n t I I BMCCW
Secretary, C. E. Durst, Chicago, and argued if it was good enough for The substantial 'and commodious

secretary of the Illinois Agricultural state division it was the right line f mWMtttlffi T-wi-Chitfc Oom-

Association. tV, aivinion of thn twn Roctinn. J LLZ 't j r

. I 1 juiy uas guuc up ill rwuiu umc, xvajr
Treasurer, Alexander M. White, He showed by the 1920 census that U 1. t. -mM

president Seabrook Farms, I bolh sections contained nearly an Uiu nrV ,of ,io W

The Lewis-Chitty Company, which


Bridgeton, N. J., and prominently equal amount of population North, nonsession the first of Novernhpr- Thi

J. 1 "fc-T "XT 1 I - I

tonneciea m iew iorK Daniang cir- Central and West Florida with a pop- building is of brick, a one-story struc-
cles. I illation nf 3fi2.U3, Rontb Florida with 1 n nj ;u n

l j buic, mcu icuuuwu nivu Cku wu
j a ... -r .1 I

xxecuuve committee: James IMICOI, I a population Of 483.557, With the re- vpni- for th wnolpl tmda.

chairman; Nelson R. Peet, manager1 apportionment there would be oe The big room where the hay will be
of Western New York Co-opeartive representative to approximately ev-, kept has been separated from the
Frcit Packers Association, Rochester, ery 9000 people. He contended that main room by fireproof walls, and the

N. i.; H. W. Jeffers, Plainsboro, N. equitable representation should be offices which are located in the north-

J., director harden btate Co-operative J based on the state as a whole and not west corner of the building on Wash-

rorato Association, president waiKer- la given community .or section. He inoon street, are well lie-hted and

j r i "n w.

uuiuon company; r. xurst, -ni- i stated that as the years go by the comfortable.

cSu, ej. r. x-orcner, vxtcoa, ria.; J. o. i state would be growing to this an- The new location is convenient-to

Edwards, Redlands, Calif. portiomnent and not eternally grow- the retail hnine- section and to the

ing from it. He presented the thought railroad, a sidetrack having been built

and pointed out the dangers of em- along the east side of the building.

ergency legislation. That reappor- The company is to be congratulated

tiontionment was not an emergency I on its new Ocala' business home, and

The Pittsburg Corporation Will At matter but one that should be settled the building is a substantial additio



Once Begin to Set Out
9400 Trees'

along broad lines, and one that to the business structures of the city.

would grow in favor and become more

The Florida Orange Groves Cor

poration, which has its head office at

Pittsburg, Pa., and which is develop

ing, six hundred acres'in one and two

and one-half acre orange groves

about four miles southeast of Ocala,
will start next week the planting of

9400 trees which they expect to get

into the ground between now and

December. The trees will be planted

under the direction of Mr. M. J. Tim-

mons, resident manager for the com

pany. About 10,000 trees were plant

ed last fall and with the 9400 trees
to be set out during the coming

month and 6000 more to be set out

next spring, a total of more than 400

equitable as the years come and go.

He contended and proved that the

senate would be equally divided when
this apportionment amendment was

adopted, showing that each section
of the state would have nineteen sen-

I ators.



New York, Oct. 31, M. Jules Jus Jus-serand,
serand, Jus-serand, foreign ambassador to the
United States, on his arrival yester-

He convinced his hearers that Vecent bone dry ruling of Attorney
asons for the adoption of the L t-t,- ivh.

amendment were logical and just I M m H TTOo1. m,

S.f2J? S altering American ports, France can

abide only by the laws of France. He
added, however, that no immediate
action would be taken by the French

beginning both sections would have

equal representation, while as the
years come and go South Florida

would gain a clear majority in the

lower house.

The failure of past legislatures in

reapportioning the state, he said, is

no reason for argument against the

tCr!? I? Wi" VC bCn St3iltei Present amendment and no excuse for

i exi xaii two nunarea acres more win

be planted,

Most of the groves in this develop development
ment development have been sold to people in
Pennsylvania and Ohio. The groves


embassy in Washington until the su

preme court had passed upon the ruling.

"French ships are a part of the

territory of France said Jhe ambas

sador, "and I believe that you, proper

ly claim your carriers are part of the

Sectionaljlnes should be wiped out Iaws of pagsed enl

ears ago in our parliament, state

the people to fail to do their duty

and the welfare of the .state should

msyivania ana vmo. ine groves ony guiding thought of those v Z L, P 1 TVT
being 'planted upon the basis of whn 1 EL vft uLuto. M that one-haM a boe of wme must be

xi ? i i a I 0 v l lAwod f-iv tha flfliiAia rvn korvh rs

tneir oemg taKen care oi until tney live hia c(ranty alone, but should
are brought into bearing and then for broaden, out, and bow to wholesome

an additional period.


Ford touring car in good condition,
Buick truck 'in good condition. Take
them both for $300. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor-Co, Ocala, Fl Phone 8. 30-tf

Several Working Girls Lost Their
Lives When a Factory Was


New York, Oct. 31. A search for
the bodies of several working girls
believed to have lost their lives in the
fire that last night destroyed a five five-story
story five-story manufacturing building in
Brooklyn is being made today in the
rains. One man who jumped from the
ffth floor was killed and eight others,
one of them a girl, were seriously in injured.
jured. injured. Three axe believed to be dying.

laws for the government of the en entire
tire entire state. We want only one Flor Florida
ida Florida and this amendment will give
every section (as a whole) equal rep


Both speakers made splendid argu

ments from their respective view-

:A 3 It. J A I

Ivl .me!rI ,r1Juuxi7a and we shall uphold it.

Z "c ?! !v B"x TU y otherwise, that
Ferguson thanked the speakers in thebasilieS8 of J0UT eerntojF

name oi manon county zor coming
among' us and presenting the issue.

served to the sailors on French ves

sels and a full bottle to the stokers.
As such wine contains probably 90
per cent of water, I can hardly 'see
that it is dangerous for men on ships
to drink.
"Further, our eminent doctors
maintain that wines, of such alcoholic
content are beneficial rather than

harmful; that is their right of opinion

If your phy

la the

your country.'

Daisy sandwiches are here to stay.
Yon will like them. Sold at the lead-

Want a light lunch?. Stop at any ling soda fountains. Put up in a san-

leading soda fountain, ak for a Daisy itary package and under sanitary
sandwich. .They are different. Small conditions. Orders solicited in or'out
dub, chicken salad, chicken, ham and of town in any quantity. Phone No,

cheese. You win be pleased. 31-21 IS67, 81 -St


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Gasoline is selling at 21 cents a gal gallon
lon gallon in Jacksonville and Tampa.

Driving a plane four miles a minute
leads us to suspect we will soon be
flying on the rays of light. Tampa
' At present, you take up most of
your time in flying from them.
"Which reminds us," says the
Spotlight in the Orlando Reporter Reporter-Star,
Star, Reporter-Star, "that new Irish potatoes, ex excavated
cavated excavated from the sunny fields around
Orlando, are in the market, selling by
the carat."

It takes a man with either nerve or
money to start a daily paper these
days. There is less net profit from
the business than almost any other
business one can engage in. Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater Sun.
You've said a mduthfull.

The Tampa Times, writing of the
Candler family, says: "Too much
money has made them mad." From
our experience and observation, the,
madness produced by too much money
is as nothing to the madness produc produced
ed produced by too little. Lakeland Adver Advertiser.
tiser. Advertiser. The foregoing is one of the re remarks
marks remarks Solomon forgot to make.

The Post would ask editors of Flor Florida
ida Florida newspapers who have heard wild
stories of floods in the Everglades to
take our word for it that the lossea
have been small, the movement of
people out of the Glades not large and
only temporary, and that the water is
receding steadily. Nothing occurred
that proved the theory of drainage
was unsound or the method of execu execution
tion execution of the plan improper. Palm
Beach Post;
Sure, Friend Post, we'll take your
word every time. However, the Star
didn't spread any of 'the reports. The
Star has several times heard the Ev Everglades
erglades Everglades were drowned, and seen them
come up smiling, and, its prime belief
about them is that they will grow bet better
ter better and better as the years go on.

Re-election to his seat in the House
will cost Congressman J. B. Aswell,
democrat, of Louisiana, only $17 ac according
cording according to his expense returns. As As-well
well As-well holds the record f or low expendi expenditures
tures expenditures in the present campaign. He


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The Tightwad is What keeps the
Ole Town from being Bigger n Bet Better.
ter. Better. He blocks Improvements. Trades
out of Town and Never spends a
Nickel at Home, nor Anywheres Else,
when he can Help It. If the Tightwad
had a Chance to kill Two Binls with
One Stone, he'd still Want the Stone

filed the report with the announce announcement
ment announcement that he would not spend any
more money.


Beginning tomorrow, taxes for 1922
are due.
If you pay your taxes during the
month of November, you are given a
rebate of two per cent.
If you pay your taxes during the
month of December, you are given a
rebate of one per cent.
After January 1st, you receive no
The county school board is badly in
need of money. It is waiting on the
taxpayers to bring in money so it
can meet its expenses. Meantime i
is living on hope. It has borrowed all
the law will allow it to borrow. If it
doesn't receive about a market bas bas-ketfull
ketfull bas-ketfull of dollar bills p. d. q., it will
have to shut the schools up until it
can pay up.
We are going to do our darndest to
be the first citizen to pay taxes to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. We will print the name or
names of those who beat us to Strip's
office. We want to save that two


Bishop of Montana says Mrs. Carle Carle-ton
ton Carle-ton .tempted Rector Christler, and,

when he didn't fall, she killed him.

O, yes. The bishop wasnt there to
see, but the first man laid the blame

on the woman and, we suppose, that
last one will.

Editor Star: Seeing the men are

backwards in coming forwards with

their demcoratic $s, I think the wom women
en women might chip in. Here is mine.

Yours truly,
(Mrs.) Florence Stenger.
Summerfield, Fla., Oct. 30.
Here's Tioping Mrs Stenger's ex

ample will be extensively imitated by

her sisters. The men are not hope hopeless,
less, hopeless, however. That good old scout,
Jim Moorhead, sent in two dollars this


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
Mrs. Cash 1.00
Harry Borland 1.00
Mrs. Florence Stenger 1.00
(Linotype operator will please
knock the dust off the 2 key).
J. R. Moorhead 2.00

The present situation is intolerable.
A few cases will suffice. One senator
represents five counties of the lower
East Coast. These counties have one one-tenth
tenth one-tenth of the wealth and population' of
the state they have one thirty-second
part of the power in the senate.
Gadsden county has one senator and
two representatives. Hillsborough
county with five times the population
has the same. Where is the sense or
consistency in this thing Holmes
County Advertiser.
-The plan was to give at least five
of the six new senators to South
Florida, but the South Florida papers

have not been fair enough to tell their

readers about it.

apportionment amendment than any
other question that has been before
the people of this state for many
years, some of the newspapers op opposing
posing opposing it having worked themselves
into a perfect frenzy, but in spite of
all the ranting, since we have no repu reputation
tation reputation as a prophet to lose, we'd "just
as soon" predict that the proposed
amendment will be adopted as to pre predict
dict predict that it will be defeated.


A friend in Lee county writes: "A
strong politician in Lee county is
bolting from the democratic party.
This is the case of F. W. Perry, who
was defeated in the primary election
by Senator Malone, but is now running
independently for representative. His
voters will be his old democratic sup supporters
porters supporters together with a considerable
number of republicans in Fort Myers.
I the case appeals to you as a dem democrat,
ocrat, democrat, we believe you will wish to
comment upon it and give an opinion
of a politician who will renounce his
oath of allegiance to the. nominees
elected in the primary, where he was
a candidate."
The best answer the Star can give
to this question is the following from
the Punta Gorda Herald:
"Are you a democrat? Did you
vote in the democratic primary held
last June sixth? Then you are under
moral obligation to support the party
nominees in the general election,
whether or not the primary candidate
of your choice won the nomination.
The object of our primaries is to se select,
lect, select, in advance of the general elec election,
tion, election, democratic candidates who will
receive the full democratic vote in the
general election, and in this way keep
the control of our government in the
hands of democrats. Unless we ad adhere
here adhere to this plan, the time may come,
and that very soon, when we demo democrats
crats democrats will find ourselves on the out outside
side outside looking in and the republicans on
the .inside looking out. Older people
remember when the republicans were
in power in the South and know what
republican rule means. If you are a
democrat and believe in the things
the democratic .party stands for go
to the polls Tuesday, November 7th,
and vote for democrats."

. Says the Punta Gorda Herald: "The

Tampa Citizen asserts that if the
proposed reapportionment amendment
is adopted at the coming election, six

additional senators will be provided,

"of which north and west Florida will

grab four, leaving two to other sec

tions of the state." This assertion

moved the Ocala Star to call upon the

Citizen to tell where it got its infor

mation, and continues: "Members of

the legislature have" informed us that
of the new senators, one is to go to
Pinellas, one to Dade, one to Broward

'and Palm Beach, one to Brevard and

St. Lucie and one to the bunch of new
counties cut out of DeSoto." The fact
of the matter is, as the Star points
out, no one knows just which counties
or groups of counties will get the
larger number of the additional sen-
ators, and no one will know until
after the legislature meets and ap apportions
portions apportions them, if the proposed amend amendment
ment amendment is adopted. More pure bunk has
been printed anent the proposed re-

The Ocala Evening Star last Fri Friday
day Friday issued a special edition of twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four pages, and it was chuck full of
snappy reading, such as Editor Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin knows so well how to write.
Wauchula Advocate.
Thanks, Sir George. We felt in
our bones you were going to, pay us
a compliment. If we praised you ev

ery time you issued a fine paper, we

could keep the type standing for use

every week.

Our plant is equipped for giv giving
ing giving you real service on your car.
We employ none but expert
, workmen, and you do not pay
for "breaking in" mechanics.
Let us clean up and overhaul
your car. YouTI be surprised at
the low cost, of service in our
. shop.
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Fox Tires and Tubes
Cord 10,000 mile guarantee.
Fabric 6,000 mile guarantee.
Phone 258121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533

Llgi.- ... oke.
With regard, to the voltage of light

ning strokes there are only estimates.
These range from a few hundred thou

sand to several billion volts, dependini
upon the ideas of the persons making
the estimates.' No measurements have
been made. The amperage of light lightning
ning lightning strokes is more definitely known,
s few attempts having been made to

measure It. The best measurement!
of this kind show that the current in intensity
tensity intensity may be as great as 25,000 am amperes.
peres. amperes. As for harnessing lightning
and turning it into energy useful ts
man. no practicable scheme has yet



Arkwright's Spinning Jack.
The Science museum. South Ken Kensington,
sington, Kensington, London, has acquired the only
known specimen of the original Ark Ark-wright
wright Ark-wright spinning jack, which has been
in the Swain family for 150 years. It
has 45 spindles, and is worked by hand
with a five-foot wooden flywheel. Ark Ark-wright,
wright, Ark-wright, after attempting perpetual mo motion,
tion, motion, completed in 1768 a machine for
apfnufng cotton thread.

Miss Wejzhkova, of the Chechoslo Chechoslovakian
vakian Chechoslovakian team, taken In the Pershing
stadium In Paris just after she had
broken the women's world's record
for the 100-yard dash, making the dis distance
tance distance in 11 2-5 seconds, in the first In International
ternational International Women's Olympic Games.




Are installing RADI ANTFIRE gas heaters in their
fire places. This new and revolutionary gas heating
appliance make3 the fire place a source of real comfort
at a small price, and there's no bother. "Radiant
Rays,,'projectJ90Jper cent, of their warmth straight
.into thejroom.

v j mo

Burns for hours at the cost of a shovel full of coal.
It is Odorless, Ashless, Smokeless and Dustless.
Ocala Gas Company
Harrington Hall Block Ft King Avenue


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
and Winter.
Perhaps they have nevendiscovered how small an
investment for ice is necessary at this time of the year
Ocala Ice & Packing Co., Ocala, Fla.




The National Certificate Corporation
Home Office: 620 Broadway, New York
Wishes to announce to the people of Ocala that the
secured a franchise to distribute, National Certificates
to their customers.
The U-Serve Stores will give one
certificate with every 25-cent pur-
chase made at their stores.
The Coca-Cola Bottling Works will
give one certificate for every three
empty bottles returned to dealers.
Ten Certificates will be Given With Every Dollar Purchase
Made on Dollar Day
The National Certificate Corporation will redeem
all nationally known coupons, tags and labels in con conjunction
junction conjunction with their own. V
Write for Beautifully Illustrated Gift Catalogue.
Save Your Coupons They Have a Cash Value.

Furnish your home, be entertained, and travel thealional way

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RESTORE THE EltRING:- Breth Brethren,
ren, Brethren, if a man be overtaken In a fault,
fe which are spiritual restore such a
eoe In the spirit of meekness; con considering
sidering considering thygelf, lest thou also be
tempted. Galatians 6: 1.

A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf

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

A Word I
To the Wise!
There's a time for all things, jj
It's now time to have your W
car painted and topped. The j
fall season's here and a paint H
job done now will stay a year, p
Bring your car to us and be

3 satisfied, wnen better paint g

jobs are done Spencer-Ped-
rick Motor Company will do g
them. m


Plumbing & Electrical

Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully

Nccdham Motor Co.


If you have any news items for thi3

department, phone five-one.

Mr. D. L. Belton of Summerfield
and Mr., Walter S. Niblick of Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, were business visitors in the
city yesterday.

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. and Mrs. W. J. Tillman are
moving today into their pretty new
bungalow which has recently been
built on East Fort King avenue, near
the home of Mr. W. D. Cam.

DON REY quality cigars. 6-10t
"Another Nash." 6tf
We sell VEGEX. Farmers Exchange

CM. T1, 1CO OA t04-

QbU:E. x nunc XJ. i.'J-lt'l

Mrs. M. E. Howell of Lowell is en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit from her brother, Mr.
Henry C. Tays of St. Joe, Mo. This
is the first time that they have seen
each other in twenty-five years and
now that he is here he will probably
spend the winter.

Mrs. Annie M. Schneider, grand
matron of the Eastern Stars, spent
Sunday and Monday in Ocala and left
yesterday afternoon for Mcintosh to
pay an official visit. A number of
the members of the Ocala chapter ac accompanied
companied accompanied her.

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
Phone 167


"Another Nash." 6lf i

In our children's and growing boys'
pnd girls' department another lot of
double pants suits, tweed material,

fancy and woolen sox and stockings
and more of those good Red Goose

shoes. E. C. Jordan & Co., children's

corner. 26-6t

Members of the Ocala Christian

Endeavor went to Oak Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon in cars and held a regular pro program.
gram. program. The church was filled and a

very enthusiastic meeting was held,

after which a Christian Endeavor so
ciety was organized at Oak.

W. K; Lane, M. D., physician and

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,

Ocala, Fla. tf

. Last call for HALLOWE'EN novel

ties at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t

Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figures publ published
ished published as information and not guar guar-.ateed.
.ateed. guar-.ateed. (Eastern Standard Time)
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
3:30 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.
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 NTTork-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm

In the last issue of the Staurday
Evening Post is a well written and in

structive article, headed "When the

Showdown Comes," written by E
Davenport, dean of the College of Ag

riculture, University of Illinois. The
article is of particular interest to
farmers, and if we had room and time

for the type-setting, we would repro reproduce
duce reproduce it. The writer is evidently welK
posted on his subject and public af

fairs generally. He was a classmate

at the University of Illinois of Mr. E

M. Howard of Ocala.




Ceo. Hay Ho.
Ocala, Fla.



Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ontractor in the city.

Some beautiful new cut glass at



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

We have the best meats to be had

in Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf

Crossing the postoffice square last
night, a citizen saw about 150autos

lined up along the curbs in the vicin
ity of the Baptist church. "Big meet

ing going on in the church he asked
of another citizen he met. 'Meeting,
nothing," replied the second cit. "Jack

King's Comedians are giving a show

on the back lot."

Mr. E. C. McLeod says he is not

going to write any more political ar articles
ticles articles during this campaign. Mac

?ays he is too busy to write. He is

busy hunting for a contractor to sup

ply him with crushed rock when he

becomes county commissioner. Mac
want s the rock Tor the roads. Mac is
going to boss the board when he takes

office. He is going to fire the county

engineer and do all the work himself.

It's too bad the board did not know

that before it engaged the engineer.

Pomegranates, originally an Asiat

ic fruit, often mentioned in the Bible

have been transplanted to America.

and do well, particularly in Florida

Two fine specimens of the fruit have

been on exhibition at the Munroe and

Chambliss National Bank. The two
weighed five and a half pounds. They
grew on trees on the farm of J. L.
Grantham at Sparr.


(Evening Star, Oct. 31, 1922
Today happened the regrettable ac

cident that cost Mr. Will Jeffcoat his

eft hand.

Messrs. Muncaster & Eell yester

day sold to Dr. J. E. Chace the Knight

property, thirty acres on the eastern
side of the city, between Fort King

avenue and Lovers Lane. This was

formerly the Dr. Moody homestead

and is a magnificent piece of proper

ty. Dr. Chace will put it on the mar

ket as a subdivision. (Said subdivision,

known as Linwood, now has a num

ber of nice, new homes on it).

Word was received today from Mr.

Wayne Ten Eyck in Jacksonville that

he stood the operation for appendi

citis well and expects to be out of the

hospital in about ten days.

Mr. E. E. Converse, after a long

trip that extended from the Land of

Flowers to the ice-clad peaks of Alas-

tut and included most of the United

States, is now at his old home in New
England and will be in Ocala about

January 1st.

Ocala was much surprised last eve

ning at the news that there had been

riot in Jacksonville and the local

military company had been ordered
there on the next train. It seems

there was a row about half a dozen

times as big as a barroom fight at the
crossing of Main and Forsyth. Mis

siles were thrown, two or three heads

were broken and one man was badly

cut. Thereupon the bunch of sissies

in control in Jacksonville went up in

the air and yelled for help. Governor

Gilchrist was wired to for help and
he ordered the Ocala military company

and those from Starke, Lake City, St.

Augustine and Miami into the town

to reinforce the companies they have

there. The Ocala boys assembled at
once and left this morning-in com

mand of Captain John Graham.

Little Joe Anderson, the two-year-

old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ander

son, died yesterday afternoon and was

aid to rest this morning in Green

wood cemetery. Little Joe was injur

ed in the aceident at the Carmichael

building a few weeks ago. He was

caught under the falling wall and

dragged out by Buford Leitner at the

risk of his life. He was up and
around the next day, apparently

bright and well, but began to droop

in a few days. The doctors examined

his head and performed an operation
and again he became better, but be began
gan began to fail again. He was a bright
and lovable child and his death has

saddened the entire neighborhood,

where he was the playmate and friend

of every one.

Many of the most attractive values

in our big DOLLAR aluminum sale
are still on hand. Call and see them.

Theus Brothers. 26-6t


Congratulations are showering In on
Mr. and Mrs. John Harriman on their
marriage, which took place in Port
Chester, N. Y., a few weeks ago. The
wedding was a secret bne, although
It took place with the consent of both
families. The couple are now living
at the home of Howard Chandler
Christy, who has acted as guardian
for the bride. John Harriman is the
nineteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
'Oliver Harriman of New York, and
his bride was Miss Alice A. Laidley of
Chicago, the same age as the groom.
The couple met at the home of the
famous artist, where the bride was
staying while studying music

I have cut the price of strand wood
75 cents on the cord, as I am com compelled
pelled compelled to get it off the land. Four Four-foot
foot Four-foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 47L
E .Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 16-tf

DON REY cigars are better. 6-10t

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. 28-7t


"Wen, wen," said Susy Soapeud,
"so you're here, too, Sanaay

"Sure," said
Sammy Soapsud,
"I wouldn't miss
a Soapsud re reunion
union reunion for any anything."
thing." anything." "Whafi aSoep aSoep-sud
sud aSoep-sud reunion?"
asked Susy.
"A reunion of
the Soapsnd fam family,"
ily," family," said Sammy.
"But I don't
know what re re-unlon
unlon re-unlon means,"
said Susy. "I was
always so bright
and frothy with without
out without having to go
to school that
Mb mm a Soapsnd
said it wasn't

worth her good soapsnd money to send
"Well, I didn't go to school myself,"
said Sammy, "unless you can say that
I went to school in the washtub and
learned my lessons from Prof. Dirty
Clothes and Teacher Spots.
"But I have heard the word re reunion
union reunion and so I use it. A family re

union, Susy, means a joining together

of the different members of the fam family."
ily." family." "Sewing up the Soapsuds?" asked
"Oh no, oh no," said Sammy. "A
Soapsud family reunion means that
all the Soapsud families have come

together for a time for a little chat
and splash and some fluffy, frothy


"So this is a Soapsud family re

union," repeated Susy ; "well, Tm glad

I know."

"Sluing on

get about and meet
and relatives," said

"Now I must
all the cousins

"And so must I," said Susy,
want to play some nice games-."

"The game of 'sailing in the wash wash-tub
tub wash-tub without being blown is a good

one," said Sammy.

'It is. indeed," said Susy. "I think
I'll play that one and get some others

to join the fun.'

So Susy got up some soapsud

games and the Soapsud children

Joined her in the fun.

Sammy went about visiting his

friends and relatives.

'Why, hello, Solomon Soapsud;

how are you?"
"Well," said Solomon.

"What are you doing this fine day?"

said Sammy.

"Sitting on the cuff of this shirt for
the time being. Soon I will help do

a little work on it.

"Dear me," Solomon continued,
"how very soiled the cuffs of shirts

do become!

"Gentlemen must simply go about
and say to the Dust Brothers and

those other creatures:

"'Come along, Dust Brothers bring
your cousins and your friends and
play on our cuffs. We don't care for

our cuffs. Come and play on them!

"'And comedy and have some good


"I do believe that is what gentle

men do," said Solomon.

"Perhaps." said Sammy, "one can

never tell."

Then Sammy noticed ', his friend

Sheffield Soapsud.

Sheffield was rather a dressy young
Soapsud and wore gleaming jewels
which shone through his soapsud


"Hello, Sheffield," said Sammy,

"How are you this fine soapy day?"

"Splendid," said Sheffield Tv
been enjoying some good soapy dives.

"I'm fond of sports, yon know.1
"Yes, I know," said Sammy.

"Well,? continued Sheffield, "I hear
there are going to be some Soap Bub Bubble
ble Bubble parties today. The children in
the house are going to have one party

anyway, perhaps more!"

"Good," said Sammy. "Tm glad to
hear it. I should think they would
enjoy a Soap Bubble party more than
anything. With my fondness for soap

I know I would.

"And they'll need members of om
family In order to make theli

"Our family do
their part to
make fun and
froth and frol frolics!'
ics!' frolics!' "They certainly
do," said Sheffield
Soapsud with a
proud shake of
his soapy head.'
"Well," said
Sammy, "I must
have a word with
Sidney Soapsud.
FouTl excuse me
for the moment,
Sheffield V
"Certainly, cer certainly,"
tainly," certainly," said Sheffield.

"Hello, Sidney,"
said Sammy, "and how are you?"
"Fine, fine,f said Sidney. "Some
of us have been having an argument
with a dress. We showed the dress
that our cleanly way was the right
way. Yes, we won the "argument
But for a time it did seem as thougt
we couldn't do a i thing with thai

One quart New Honey, PC- Jello 12c package, QQ-
per jar .. OOC three for OOC
Irish Potatoes Afl Quaker Oats, 12c pkg., QQ
per peck VIC three for OOC
Palm Olive Soap, Oj? Post Toasties, OP-
three cakes for. .. OC three for OC
Heinz Small Can 11- Premier Salad Alg
Beans JL1C Dressing rOC
Cream of Wheat, OP Uneedas, Of
package.... J threefor &UC :
Shredded Wheat E Octagon Soap, OA.
Biscuit package.. XJl threefor........
Coe'. 25c 40c

Pint Jars Orange Marmalade


Purina Scratch Feed, Chicken Chowder, Cow Chow
and other Feeds


'Hello, Sheffield."

Large Fire Proof Building


Cars Washed and Polished
Florida Auto Supply Company
311-320 N. MAIN STREET

243 and 174

3Midpcini-My its
flaw caia S(ffiES. It's

kcu.s. pat. ore:



Negotiable Storage Receipts Iasmed on Cotton, Automobile, Etc

move, pack, ship iQg DISTANCE MOVING
SSrG Phone 296

Win dsor

In the hurt cf the dry, with
Hmmfag Park for a frost
yard. Erery modern coovial
fiyt in cscli roots Dispose
room Berries Is second to bobs.


r. E. KAVANAUGH, Proprietor.




(RATES under this heading are
follows: Maximum of six linea one time
15c; three times 60c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable to
except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR SALE Willow baby carriage carriage-Call
Call carriage-Call phone 550. 30-3t

WANTED M. Baker (colored). Any
parties knowing him will please
, have him call at postoffice here for
important mail; or have him get in
touch with O. W. Coleman, Fort
Myers, Fla., by wire. 10-31-6t
LOST Between Florida Auto & Sup Sup-'
' Sup-' ply Co. and Marion County Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, one six-volt Exide storage bat battery,
tery, battery, painted red. Stamped "R."
Finder please return to Seneff's
garage and receive reward. 31-3t
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. 30-6t

FOUND Tire and rim, Saturday
night. Owner may find same by
applying to Star office. 30-3t
FOR RENT An apartment. Phone
207-Blue. No. 1129 E. Fort King
avenue. 30-tf

WANTED To buy, well trained deer
hound. Write, with full description
and price to P. O. Box 985, Orlando,
Fla. 30-9t

FOR RENT Four ro6m 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,
tity. 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 Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Ave. Phone 383. 28-tf

FOR RENT Rooms, newly furnish furnished
ed furnished throughout, Sn 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 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

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


If you have any local or society

items for the Star, phone five-one.




Mr. Shelton Phillips, of Williston,

one of the state's rural school inspec

tors, is among the prominent visitors

in the city today. He came to hear

the Phillips-Van Roy amendment de

bate last night.

Cranberries, Malaga grapes, pickled

pigs' feet, mackerel, salt mullet, tripe,

boneless codfish just in at the U-

SERVE STORES. Phones 614-195. 4t

wonderful days and nights at sea
refresh the mind for years with pheas

ant memories. Merchants & Miners

have frequent sailings from Jackson-

villeo Baltimore and Philadelphia. It

Judge riitcn baturday issued a

marriage license to Mr. Frank Rus

sell of Weirsdale and Miss Agnes

Marshall of Oklawaha.

Mrs. H. W. Clark of North Lake
Weir, spent today in town with her

daughter, Mrs. E. C. Bennett.

At today's weekly meeting of the

Ocala Rotary Club it was decided by

a unanimous vote that it endorses tne
the state-wide movement of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Educational Land Corporation, an

organization not for profit, to assist
worthy young men in obtaining a col college
lege college education.

An interesting feature of today's

meeting was an address by a guest of

the club, Mrs. Annie H. Schneider,
grand matron of the Order of Eastern

Stars of Florida. Mrs. Schneider is

making her annual visitation to the

lodges in this section of the state. A
few days ago she paid her official visit
to the Ocala lodge, last night she
visited the Mcintosh lodge and to tonight
night tonight will be with the Dunnellon

Eastern Stars.

Walter Cummer and Charlie Lloyd

of Jacksonville and Harold Swope ol
Eastlake, were guests at today's meet


The citizenship committee of the

Ocala .Woman's Club served the lunch

eon today and the tables were beau beautifully
tifully beautifully decorated in yellow and black,

representing the Hallowe'en season.

Ocala is to have another wholesale
establishment. Mr. S. L. Bunch of
Albany, Ga., arrived in the city a few
days ago with his family and will in
about ten days open a wholesale and
retail feed store in the building re recently
cently recently vacated by the Lewis-Chitty
Company on the Atlantic Coast Line
tracks on North Osceola street. Mr.
Bunch has for years been in the
same line of business in his home
town in Georgia so the line is not a
new one to him. He has secured the
local agency for the Purina Mills'
line of feedstuff s.
Mr. Bunch, with his family, has
leased apartments at the Standley
residence on Oklawaha avenue. The
Star welcomes these new residents to


See' Mr. Edwards at U-Serve No. 1

about the new coupons for every 25c.
sale of goods. 31-2t

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax arrived

in Ocala yesterday to spend the win winter
ter winter at their home on Fort King ave

nue, as has been their custom for a

number of years.

-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

waters. 30-lt

Mrs. E. G. Lindner and children

lea,ve tomorrow for a visit with Dr.
Lindner's sister, Mrs. Tom Harris,

in Gulfport, Miss.

"Another Nash." 6tf

See Mr. Edwards at U-Serve No. 1

about your octagon soap coupons. 2t

"Another Nash." 6tt
Hallowe'en apples at the O. K. Tea

pot Grocery. 2t

Mrs. N. Hickman arrived yesterday

afternoon and will be the guest of her

daughter, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, for the

winter. Mrs. Hickman has many
friends in Ocala who are always glad
to welcome her.

New Elgin wrist watches and men's

Elgin watches at THE BOOK SHOP.

Cranberries, Malaga grapes, pickled

pigs' feet, mackerel, salt mullet, tripe,

boneless codfish just in at the U-

SERVE STORES. Phones 614-195. 4t

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn

flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold

in 25c.,. 60c. and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf

" '
Hallowe'en apples at the O. K. Tea

pot Grocery. 2t

Mf. and Mrs. R. T. Adams and Dr.

Lyman returned yesterday from a

weekend visit to Orlando. Dr. Ly Lyman
man Lyman will leave in a few days for Or

lando, where he will spend the winter.

Cranberries, Malaga grapes, pickled

pigs' feet, mackerel, salt mullet, tripe,

boneless codfish just in at the U-

SERVE STORES. Phones 614-195. 4t

Mr. W. W. Condon is busy these

days getting things in readiness at
The Book Shop and the Gift Shop
for his purchasing trip in the north.

He will probably leave the latter part

of next week and goes especially to

buy a large stock of holiday goods.

Last call for HALLOWE'EN novel

ties at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t

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

HALLOWE'EN novelties and party

favors at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t

HALLOWE'EN novelties and party

favors at THE GIFT SHOP. 28-3t

Ask for DON REY cigars. 6-10t

We have the best meats to be had

in Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf

"Say it with flowers" and buy the
, flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles out on the Dunnellon road.
Phone 30M. 10-tf

Hallowe'en apples at the O. K. Tea Teapot
pot Teapot Grocery. 2t

Jack King's
will present




If you suffer from "RHEUMA

BOILS, or your nerves are affected in

any way; or you desire to nave a nne.

clear, healthy complexion, we want

you to try a package of our MAR


Among its various elements YEAST

OLAX contains the highest and most

potent VITAMINES, which the scien

tific world has found to be absolutely

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

! being non-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 51:00 to cover

the cost of a liberal sized package,
50,000.00 RUBLES

The Russian Ruble recently was
worth 55c per ruble, giving the above

a value of $27,000.00.

Save this money; many a great for-

ture has 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,
affording a new source of raw mate materials
rials materials 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

day; the package of YEASTOLAX
and 50,000 Rubles will be delivered to
you at once.
202 S. Clark SU Dept 26, Chicago.
10-30-2t I

Among the Star's pleasant callers

today was Mr. E. R. McFarland, who
several days ago purchased the

Shealy farm just west of Sparr. He
leaves in a day or two for his former
home in Piapot, Sask., Can., where
he will spend the winter in closing up
his business and will return next year

to make his permanent home in Mar Marion
ion Marion county.

Last night the Jack King Come

dians made their first appearance in
Ocala this season. This company is

well known in Ocala and its popularity
was clearly demonstrated at last eve

ning's performance in the crowded

house which welcomed the players.

The tent was not only crowded but
the crowd overflowed, many were
standing and others were turned

away, i he play, "Divorce Cure, was

very pleasing to those who saw it.
The vaudeville specialities and music

by a jazz orchestra rounded out an
entertainment well worth goin gto
see. To night the play to be present presented
ed presented is "The Broken Rosary." Many
who have seen this play say it is as
good or better than the one presented
last night. Don't fail to see it.

New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 31 (By
Associated Press). Mrs Jane Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, who recently announced she was
an eye witness to the Hall-Mills mur murder,
der, murder, today clinched her hold on the
center of the stage by firing a load of
birdshot over the heads of reporters
who persisted in surrounding her
farm house and peppering her with

For This Week

per pound..
per pound


Fresh Apalachicola Oysters Every
Day 60 Cents per Quart
18 W. Broadway Phone 110


The Woodmen Circle at Sparr will
hold a carnival at the Sparr hall to tonight.
night. tonight. Admission 25 cents. Funds Funds-for
for Funds-for the benefit of the hall. Every one
cordially invited.
Rylla B. Adams, Clerk.


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 address to which inquiries
may be, addressed. Write "Inquirer,"
P. O. Box 197, Spartanburg, South
Carolina. 30-2tdly-ltwky

The regular monthly, meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary will be
held tomorrow night, Wednesday, No November
vember November 1st, at the armory, at eight
o'clock. The hostesses for November
will be Mrs. D. S. Smith, Mrs. Levis
Smith, Mrs. Wayne Ten Eyck, Miss
Mamie Taylor and Miss Margaret

All 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. StepLens,
2t Supervisor of Registration,

Some new inexpensive

glass vases

For men of good taste, DON REY

acan. 6-lOt


The DOLLAR aluminum sale at

Theus Brothers is still on. See the

many real double values offered. 26-6t

DON REY cigars are better. 6-10t



New York, Oct. 31 Baseball circles

were agog today over the acquisition
by the world champion Giants yester

day of Jack Bentley, star hitter and
pitcher of thex Baltimore internation internationals
als internationals for the reported consideration of
$50,000 cash and four players.

Tallahassee. Oct. 31. All Florida

ten or twelve years ago was agitated

over the fact that the railroads served

in their dining cars in this state or

ange marmalade manufactured in Eu

rope,' although Florida produced suf sufficient
ficient sufficient of the fruit to supply the

world with the delicacy, but a search

ing investigation developed that

marmalade was not being made in

Florida in commercial quantities. This

order of things, however, changed

several years ago.

Now, another Florida product has

been added to the dining car menus
because it is being manufactured on
a large scale. John L. Clark, of this
city, has just contracted with the
Pullman Company to furnish it with

guaya jelly to be served on the diners
in the original containers. The jelly
is being put up in two-ounce jars for

individual service.

It is hard to understand a sex that

is too proud to do house work at $15
a week, but will marry and do it for
nothing. Brookville Record.

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How EXany Words
Can Yon Find
in This Picture
Commencing Willi
the Letter "F"?
For example, you wfll
notice -Fire," -Fiddle,"
-Foundry," etc. Are yon
able to find 20 words
commencing with the
letter -F"? The picture
is very dear: there can
be no mistakes, ibu 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?

person having the largest list of

beginning with the letter r will

get the First Prize. You surely have a

real chance of winning at least one of the prizes offered there are fifteen of them. Why not try for
the big prize and wm $2000.00. Somebody will win it your chances are as good as anybody's.

Just think what you could do with the money. 2000.00
could buy an automobile an J leave enough balance to
make a payment on a cory home. Fraaps you have in
mind just the thing you voulu like to do if you received a
check for t2000.00. Certainly you owe it to yourself to try
to solve this puzzle. You will find the trying very easy
and pleasant.
The Way to Win One of the Twenty Prizes
You do not have to spend a penny to get into this contest.
It is not necessary for you to order any Yeastolax. 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" is the largest you receive the first prize of $DC.0Q.
If the judges award you the second prize, without your
order for Yeastolax. you will get a check for $25.00; and
ao cn down the line ai shown in this announcement.
Win the Big Prize $2000.00
If yon choose you can win a great deal more than the
Class A prizes. All that is necessary for you to qualify
?-our list for the BIGGER PRIZES is to send in an order
or one or more packages of Yeastolax. Look over care carefully
fully carefully the schedule of prizes as Classified to this announce announcement.
ment. announcement. You will find that if yoa send in f LOO for one pack
age of Yeastolax and the judges sward yon first prize yoa
will get $300.00. If you send in 2.C for two packages of
Vosafnlax snri vour list is awarded first prize yoa will get

a check for $600.00 : and so on up. If you send in $5.00 f or

RUIZES. 1 This poxxls is open to
' A everybody except em-l-ioye
ait j relatives of 1M Ycaitnlai Co.
2 The Kiret l'r.w will be swarded te tne
person (riving the largest Bomber of
words Mginnina; with the letter "V". To
tee aeit in order wfll be aw.-trded tbe
Second Prize aad so oe daws tne list of
Twenty Prisea. The awards wfll be made
on the basis of the words submitted and
not tfm a predl' nained I et. F hooid
there br mat tie the roll caraont of the
prize w Jl be aarddd to each eootataat
so tying.
3 Wards of synonymous mesnfaa aad
words of t'v same sp.lHng bat differ,
eat meaning HI eoant a only one. Use

either the sinralar or nhtral of a word

Only words appearing ia Webster's Dic Dictionary
tionary Dictionary and not obsolete words wis be
4Wcrti most be numbered 1, 2. t. etc..

C The contest wlff be decided hv

lodges, (adepenlent of aad aot eoe
aeeted with the Yeaatoiax Co. These
judges will award tbe prizes. The sea
teetaats agree te abide by the decisioea)
of these J id gee. and It la aaderaood that
roeh dealataew are to be coMclueire. Tbe
aaaes of winners and winning bets of.
of words witi be pohttohod ee sooa as poe poe-eible
eible poe-eible after the contest. A copy of this Hot
will re faraisb9d to anyone open receipt of
a stamped, eiidreesea envelope. Two or
store pei sons may ee apsi s te la thie cob
test, bat only one prise will be awarded te)
any soeh eo npsi alius: greem.
6 Lists of Barnes moat be received at oar
eifiee taey tune daring reniar office
boorsioa or before Dee. letli.l2S. forever
day before (or aneedl of this date thee
year order for Tteetnlsr ie iccei ted yoa
will get as additional award of H9M per
dy, ea:ded to any B'vt prize too wb. ia
ease of ties this award will be dtlplli sld
to every contestant so tying.

5 packages of Yeastolax and the judges award

onze. you wui receive tne eig raze oi eowu

a" a

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2000.00. Should

wnur list tie ratieea as tne second oesi tuq wtnua receive

j 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 tbe best prize.
$700.00 Extra Aware! for Promptness
Dec 15th, 1922 is the last day for receiving your solution
to this puzzle qualifying you to win one of the prizes. Bat.
nc:e tbist For every day before that date that y oar order
for Yeastolax is received an txtxa prizi t:0.00 for each
and every day will be added to axy first prize won. If
you send in your order today you will get a receipt for the
money; then you can tend in vours lutim anytime beforu
Dec 15th and your list wil be nia!iji d for an of the
prizes. We will award an extra $700.00 in this mar ner. Yoa
should try ycur very be1 to earn thii ndditioniJ award.
It wul coct you little addiistzuii JZ. -"t. In tase ci c:e we
. will award duplicate amounts of 5700.00 to each contest.
ant so tying. Don t "overlook reading about our extra
premium cT 50.00. Genuine Russian Rubles, whether
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Go iter the Big Prizes don't delay start right away
get tr.o the contest. How many words can you find with
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