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

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

Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:43; Sets, 5:39
PRESENTED TO
THE PRESIDENT
First Citizen of the Republic Had The
Pleasure of Meeting Bunch Of
Live Boys From Florida
Washington, Nov. 2. The Univers-
ity of Florida football squad en route I
to play Harvard Saturday, stopped
today in Washington to practice at
the Georgetown University field. The J
members of the- squad and thdle who
accompanied it were presented to
President x Harding
House.
at the White I
CELEBRATED AS AN
AMERICAN PRESIDENT SHOULD
No Extra Frills at the White House
On Mr. Harding's Birthday.
w,wt Nnv 2. President

Harding today cefebrated his fifty-object

seventh birthday almost as quietly
and simply as the average American
Koawo, ,; K,VffcHv TWo
were"no indications at the White
House of anything more than just an
ordinary day.
TERRIBLE STORY '
ABOUTVrHE TURKS
Alleged That. They Captured Eleven
Greek Priests at Aivaly And
' Buried Them Alive
Washington, Nov. 2 A Greek met metropolitan
ropolitan metropolitan and ten priests were cap captured
tured captured by the Turks at Aivaly and
buried alive because they refused to
embrace Islamism, according to a
cablegram today from Athens receiv received
ed received by the Greek legation.
SCHOOL AMENDMENT
NJECESSARY TO STATE
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Tampa. Nov. 1. "I am intensely
interested in the ratification of this
amendment." is the way Dr. A. A.
Mnrnfirp nrpsirlpnt. of the Univers- I
VVJ " I
ity of Florida, -speaks regarding the
school amendment to the state consti-
tution to be voted on at the general
election Tuesday. I
That education in America is not
what it might be, as evidenced by the
illiteracy revealed in the armv drafts
during the World War. is one ofUhe
reasons stressed by President Mur-
phree in support of the amendment
"I have heard business men and
others say," said he, "that reading,
writing, spelling and ciphering are
the only prpper objects of education
In my belief there1 is a long list of
other things that ought to enter into
the education of American children.
The questions of health, citizenship,
vocational education, worthy home
mpmhorshin. miisir. drawing, art. et
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cetera, should all be included.
"In the last five years, I am re
liably informed by the school inspec inspectors
tors inspectors of this state, that many of these
most desirable matters in education
are being dropped from the curricu-
lum because of lack of funds. We
milling UBtn, lb sccuia, lu mc
time of 1890 in our. educational cur
ricula. To prevent this retrogres
sion, the ten-mill amendment was
passed by the last legislature and is
now submitted to the voters, of the
state. t
"When we consider that about one-
fourth of the men whp were drafted
into the army could not read and!
write, we can see the extent to which
popular jeducation has failed m this
country. We are not even teaching

the three R's' to all the children. I to be placed at the entrance of Tus Tus-"No
"No Tus-"No other major Cation engaged in j cawilla Park but for the delay in se

the World War was so low in its edu-
cational attainments. I am not yet
willing to admit that those nations!
love education and the higher things
of life more than our people do.
"I believe that we are now aroused
to our obligations and duties to this
most important matter. I firmlybe-
lieve that it will be to the everlasting
Jjenefit of the state of Florida that
this amendment pass.
MR. AND MRS. BRYAN
RETURNING TO MIAMI
Los Angeles, Nov. 2. Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. J. Bryan planned to sail from
her today by way of the Panama
canal for their home in Miami.
The Baltimore and Philadelphia
'Steamers of Merchants & Miners from
jacksonvuie supply, exceptional and
economical trips. uu lnionnation on
request to Mr. M. Halle, General
Ageut Jacksonville. It

fair tonight and Friday, except probably

DQ'BOYS PLAH FOR
ARMISTICE DM

A Social Reunion at the Armory Will
Be the Principal Feature Of The
Great Anniversary
Marion County Post No. 27 of the
American Legion has decided to have
la reunion of all Marion county ex
service men in Ocala as a celebration
of Armistice Day. Because of th
fact that the day comes on Saturday
this -year and so few of the boys
will be able to leave their work on
that day of the week, the reunion will
be held on Friday, Nov. 10th. All ex ex-service
service ex-service men are invited to Some to
Ocala on the 10th and renew old ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances '. No plans have been
made for an elaborate celebration but
a few good speeches and musical
numbers will be staged at the post
headquarters Friday night. The chief
. of e reunion ia to Sive he
" "Pi""""" k
jndjalk over oM times, renew former
friendships, meet their buddies and
tell how they won the war. Where
were you on Armistice Day 1918?
How did you spend that day? Come
to the armory on the night of th
10th and bring back those days. Don't
look for a big feed. Get your supper
before you come. This is going to be
a social gathering and not a chow
Ifne. There may be something to
drink so that you can wet your whis
tle when you talk it dry, but the
stick" in the nunch won't make you
A. W. O. L. from work Saturday
morning.
MEETING OF THE
AMERICAN LEGION
Last night the local post of the
American Legion held its regular
monthly meeting at the armory. A
Marge number of the boys were on
I hand," several' of whom' had not" ben
to a meeting for some time past. The
post voted to meet bi-monthly instead
of monthly and the meeting nights
were set for the first and third Wed
nesday nights in each month.
1 he question of whether Marion
County Post No. 27 should hold an
Armistice uay celebration or not was
iuny arguea ana aiscussea Dy ieany
every man present, borne felt that
it was not up to the legion to promote
a celebration and others felt that it
was up to somebody and no one else
had .taken the job so they thought
the legion should make the start.
After thrashing the matter out on
the floor it was decided to have a cele celebration
bration celebration for the ex-service men and
a committee was appointed to make
I plans
The ladies of the auxiliary served
home made chocolate ice cream, cake
and maccaroons to the post during an J
I intermission from business
DELIGHTED TO SEE
MAN REPORTED DEAD
I Members of Marion County Post
No. 27 of the American Legion, were
J overjoyed and surprised last night to
en uiic ,ui mcu juu vsi iiiv utau
J walk into the meeting room. Altho
1 Hallowe'en was a day past the boys
I thought maybe one of the ghosts had
I been delayed a day and had just ar-
j rived for his Hallowe'en celebration.
Some of the braver spirits of the post
mustered up courage enough to shake
hands with the "dead man" and found
that Comrade A. E. Thompson was
I not only alive but in splendid health.
Mr. Thompson's name would have
I beh engraved upon the bronze tablets
J curing data for these memorials. The
I name of A. E. Thompson was one of
the first to be reported to the com
I mittee as one of the boys to make the
supreme sacrifice. His appearance In
Ocala- a few days ago was quite a
surprise to those who supposed him
long dead. Mr. Thompson said he
J was reported dead in St. Louis be-
j cause the doctors told him he had
only a short time to live and he ran
away from the hospital and was never
located again. Instead of kicking the'
bucket he has fooled the doctors and
has been' working hard ever since.
Mr. Thompson was a member of Com Com-ffany
ffany Com-ffany A, Second Florida Regiment, and
is remembered by a host of friends in
this vicinity.
j When a child is absent from school
Jin the Virgin Islands, without a pro-
per excuse, the parents are fined 20
cents for each day's absence. They
j are also fined 4.0 cents eery time a
I pupil is tardy.

showers in extreme south portion.

OCALA, FLORIDA,
STORY SHOULD BE
TAKEN WITH SALT
Daniels' Son Says Students of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia University Are To Act As
Partisan Election Deputies
New York, Nov. 2. Declaring it
obtained the information from Jose Jose-phus
phus Jose-phus Daniels, former secretary of the
navy, and his son, Jonathan, & stud
ent at Columbia University, the New
York World today printed a story
charging that Deputy Attorney Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert has evolved a plan to employ
republican students at the university
as special deputies and investigators
at the polls next Tuesday. The stud students
ents students would be paid at the. rate of $10
a day, the World said, and young
Daniels who applied for one of tht
jobs was refused because he is a
Southerner and a democrat. He told
his father and the elder Daniels told
the World.
DOROTHY DAY-OF
DUNEDIN TJISAPPEARED
All Hands Look Out for a Ninety Ninety-Pound
Pound Ninety-Pound Girl With Bobbed Hair.
Clearwater, Nov. 2. The authori authorities
ties authorities were requested today to search
for Dorothy Day, the 14-year-old
daughter of W. H. Day, of Dunedin,
who .disappeared late yesterday. She
has brown bobbed hair and weighs 90
pounds. ,i
EAST SIDE LEVY COUNTY
COMMUNITY FAIR
For the' firs time in the history of
Levy county a community fair will
be staged at Williston, beginning
Thursday, Nov. 9th, and continuing
through Saturday, Nov. llh. The fair
is being put on under the auspices of
the Williston Chamber of Commerce.
While the fair is not strictly
speaking a county fair, all sections of
the county are invited to participate,
and the response has been very grati gratifying
fying gratifying indeed. It is .not expected that
the fair this year will assume the
proportions of an organized county
fair with enclosed grounds where ad
mission is charged, but it will be an
eye opener for it will represent the,
unveiling for the first time one of the
finest agricultural and stock raising
sections in the entire South.
The exhibits are expected to be of
a general character, especial stress
being on agricultural and live stock
exhibits. Already reservations have
been made far beyond the expecta expectations
tions expectations of the committee and this as assures
sures assures a well proportioned as well as
representative exhibit. The Univers University
ity University of Floirda will send special repre representatives
sentatives representatives here for the purpose of
awarding prizes on the live stock,
thus assuring an unbiased and care carefully
fully carefully placed decision for all prize
winners.
Special attention is also being
given to exhibits of all" kinds of
pickles, jellies, preserves and other
similar articles. A special both is
also being arranged for all kinds "of
fancy work, which will be exhibited
for the benefit of the ladies.
It is understood that all exhibits
will be made, manufactured or grown
in Levy county, and the attention of
the public will be particularly called
to this fact.
On "the midway will bef found the
famous Great Pacific Shows, which
require a third of a train to move. It
is needless to say that with these at
tractions all forms of amusements
wjll be afforded.
The 25-piece home talent Williston
band will be on the job continuously
with free music. It will be well worth
your while to hear these boys play.
Free concerts, morning, afternoon and
night.
On the opening day, Thursday, Nov.
9th, the farmer will reign supreme,
the day being known as Farmers'
Day. State Commissioner of Agricul
ture W. A. McRae will'make the main
address.
Friday,, Nov. 10th, will be known
as Educational Day A holiday has
been granted all schools on the east
side of the county, and the various
schools will stage a monster parade.
Friday afternoon will be Chamber of
Commerce period, with some t special
features.
: Saturday, Nov. 11th, being armis armistice
tice armistice day, the ex-soldiers are expected
to storm and capture the town. A big
parade, with some "squads-left" and
"squads-right" will be the feature.

(Continued on Fourth Page)

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922

BIG DEVELOPMENT
AT GAIiOV BRIDGE
Nineteen Hundred Acre Tract To Be
Improved Between the Bay And
St. Petersburg
Jacksonville, Nov. 2 The purchase
of 1900 acres of land on the shore of"
Tampa Bay between St. Petersburg
and the Gandy bridge and plans to
expend a million and 'a quarter on its
development was announced here to today
day today by E. M. Elliott, of Washington,
D. C, who stated that nothing had
been made public in St- Petersburg
concerning the transaction. Elliott
stated the purchase involved more
than twp million dollars. v 4
PEOPLE ARE PAYING
They Did Nobly for the Public Schools
Wednesday Let the Good
Work Go On
The taxpayers did nobly for ; the
public schools Wednesday. They
passed $2044.26 across Collector
Stripling's counter, and if they. keep
up that lick it will not be- long before
the fund imperatively needed for
schools will be made up.
The school board yet needs $29, $29,-930.74.
930.74. $29,-930.74. Shove in the money, citizens.
Let it not be said that' your county
hacUto send its school children home
or pass the hat.
MEETING OF THE AUXILIARY
Last night at the armory the reg
ular monthly "meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the American, Legion
was held with the president, Mrs. R.
L. Anderson, presiding. There was
much work to be done and a number'
of plans for future york were per perfected.
fected. perfected. Among the matters discuss discussed
ed discussed was arrangements for a card party
which will be held in the legion rooms
Friday, November 17th. Ms. J. W.
Dumas was made general chairman
and Mrs. R. L. Anderson was named
chairman of the decoration and ar
rangements committee. The proceeds
of this entertainment will go towards
paying for repapering and painting
the legion rooms, a work which the
ladies have undertaken. The legion
auxiliarv is alwavs working for the
iood and comfort of the members of
the legion and it is hoped that the
rooms will be packed on this occasion.
The heads of committees have made
all their arrangements and they will
do everything possible to make the
party a success and it is hoped that
every person in town who possibly
can will make it a point to attend
and help the good, cause. If you don't
play cards, cornel in later in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and. have refreshments with
the players. Call Mrs. Edmund Mar
tin, who has charge of the tables and
reserve one or more for the afternoon
of November 17th. At the meeting
f the legion post last night it was
decided to keep open house on Armis
tice Day", and the Woman's Auxiliary
will serve refreshments all day to the
members m or oui of town who come
to the legion rooms. The auxiliary
has also taken the serving of the Ro
tary lunches for the month of Noven.
ber. the nroceeds of which will pot as
a Christmas present toi the hospital
at Lake City. At the close of .this
busy meeting the ladies served re refreshments
freshments refreshments to the legion members.
Look at our new goods, just arriv
ed. Gold Bar Brand, Section' 4. T).
K. Teapot Grocery; Self Serve. It
Her Farewell

TEMPERATURES

sin a

ARRIVED TODAY
Eight Pullmans from Cleveland, Ohio,
Are Massing Southward!
This Afternoon
Jacksonville, Nov. 2. The first
tourist special train of the winter ar arrived
rived arrived here today -withv eightj.Pullmans
loaded with passengers from Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Ohio, and neighborhood.., Such
specials are usually broken up here
and the cars sent into South Florida
on regular trains but this one operat operates
es operates through to St. Petersburg. There
were two cars for Eustis, one for
Tampa and five for St. Petersburg.
The train is being handled by the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line..-
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Five Pullmans went south through
Ocala at 3 o'clock this morning.-
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REBEKAH LODGE TO
BE REORGANIZED
Twice the -Ocala "Rebekah Lodge
has been organized; twice it has dis disintegrated.
integrated. disintegrated. Another attempt will be
maae to set it on us ieet ana tney
say. the third time never fails)
Mrs. Anderson of Orlando, presi president
dent president of the Florida Rebekah -Assembly,
wijl arrive here tomorrow after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, accompanied 'by a number of
Rebekahs from Orlando and Lees-
burg. An informal reception will be
held at the hall of Tulula Lodge, be beginning
ginning beginning at -3 o'clock, and it ia hoped
that all the old Rebekahs and a nam-
ber of new ones will be present. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served.,,
At 7:30 in the evening, a regular
meeting will be held and the lodge re
organized.
THOMAS DeWITT CUYLER
Philadelphia, Nov. 2 Thos. DeWitt
Cuyler director of the Pennsylvania'
railroad and chairman of the Railroad
Executives Association, "was found
dead to'day in the private car. of Pres
ident Rea of the Pennsylvania system
in the Broad street station. Cuyler
was in Rochester, N. Y apparently
in good health. The private car ar
rived here early today and was plac placed
ed placed on a sidetrack at the station. The
porter who went to call Cuyler at 8
o'clock found him dead." Cuyler was
sixty-eight years old.
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PROSECUTOR MOTT AFRAID
OF THE FIRST PAGE
Newark, Nov. 2. Special Prosecu Prosecutor
tor Prosecutor Mott, in charge of the Hall-Mills
murder investigation, indicated today
Who planned to wait for a lull in the
cepjous publicity given the case be before
fore before taking any decisive action. Com Commenting
menting Commenting that one New York newspa
per had taken the story of the murder
off its first page for the first time
terday,e said: "It is getting harder
and harder for the newspapers to
keep this story on the front page." I
am a good waiter." '
PADBICK
FOUND GUILTY
Statesboro, Ga., Nov. 2. Elliott
Padricki youthful former Methodist
preacher, Was found guilty of first de degree
gree degree murder in connection with the
killing of his mother-in-law, .Mrs.
Mamie Lou Dixon, last June, the jury
returning a verdict early last jdght
with avrecommendation for- mercy.
The verdict automatically carries
sentence of life imprisonment r
Appearance

This Morning, 68; This Afternoon, 81.

VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 262
T H D M AS II E LSO JI PABE
Diplomat, Author and Distinguished
r Citizen jf the "Old Dominion,'
la Dead
Richmond. Val Nov. 2Thomaa
Nelson Page, lawyer, diplomat' and
author, dropped dead of heart failure
yesterday afternoon while walking in
the garden of his bid plantation home,
ua&iand,". in Hanover county.
Mr. Page, apparently in the best of
health, was with his sister-in-law,
Mrs. Rosewell Page, when he sudden suddenly
ly suddenly colapsed. He was carried 'into the
house and medical .aid was 'hastuV
summoned, but the distinguished
statesman was found to be bevond
the assistance of human agencies. He
died within a few minutes. s
WILL BE BURIED .BESIDE' HI
Richmond, Nov. 2. -Within Old
Fork church, where he was christen
ed near .his boyhood home, OaMohd,
in Hanover county, the funeral serv services
ices services for Thomas Nelson Page, author.
former ambassador to Italy 'and law
yer, will be held at ten o'clock tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning. Later in the day his
body will be laid to rest beside his
wife in Washington,. D. C.
INCREASE IN PUBLIC 4
. V v DEBT IN OCTOBER
Washington, Nov. 2. An increase
of more than $65,000,000 in the public
debt during October is' shown by fig figures
ures figures made. public today1 by the treas treasury.
ury. treasury. October 31 the gross debt stood
at $23,077,000,000 as compared with
$22,812,00,000 Sept. 30th. The issu issuance
ance issuance of government securities" in -excess
of .redemptions during the month,
particularly the half billion dollat
bond issue officials explained, was re responsible
sponsible responsible for the increase. 1
iyiMOFFATT-DRUMMOND
Mr. and Mrs. Staradley Moffatt,
who were married September' 11. at,
Eau Claire, Wisconsin, returned; to
Fresno yesterday and have taken, up
their residence at 2727 Merced street,
where they will be at home to their
friends. Mrs. Moffatt was formerly
Miss Doris Drummond of Eau Claire.
The Wisconsin .wedding took place v
at the home ofjthe bride's mother,
Mrs. David Qrjmimond at Oakwood y
place, the ceremony beings performed ',
in the presence J of about 150 friends : 1
and relatives, by the Rev. Mr. Raue
of the First Presbyterian churcn.
The home was beautifully decorated
With roses and seasonable flowers. At
the appointed hour of 8:30 o'clock, to (
the strains of Lohengrin's "Wedding
March, the bridal party entered the "-.
drawing room,, taking places in front
ofjthe fireplace, which 'had. been con-'
verted into a temporary altar. Miss ;
Viola Maag of Milwaukee served aa

yes-!"? OI aonor, and wore a white

cut iace irock over orchid
sayn. Airs ueorge luges ox Chicago,
who was her sister's matron of honor,
wore a becoming dress of jade chiffon
embroidered in crystal beads. ;
The path of the bride was strewn'
with flowers by little Sally '. Culrei.
Drummond aijd- David Drummond HL'"
me bride, who is a stately brunette,
wore her wedding gown of white chif chiffon
fon chiffon embroidered with crystal beads,
her tulle veil "held fn place by a wreath
of orange blossonms. .She carried aa
armful of bride's rases-and orchids.
She was given into the keeping of the
groom by her brother, David Drum
mond of Milwaukee and James Drum Drummond
mond Drummond of Duluth were the ushers and
Henrv Drnmmoiul of IHTmnVM m
tlie best man. v
Following the ceremony and con
gratulations,' refreshments were ejv-
ea. Later, airs. Moffatt donned her
traveling dress of blue serge trimmed
with red, with wrap to match, and the
couple departed for Chicago. Com Coming
ing Coming west they stopped-at the Grand
Canyon and in Los Angeles before ar arriving
riving arriving home. :
Mrs Moffatt,' who spent a part of
last winter in Fresno, is a graduate ;
of the University of California, where"
she was a member of the Alpha XI
Delta sorority. Mr. Moffat has re resided
sided resided in Fresno for. a' number of
years, being an attorney of j this
city. Fresno, (Calif.) Newspaper.
Mr. Moffatt is a son of Mr. C W.
Moffatt of this city. The Star, joins
his other friends in good wishes far
him and his bride.
We are rapidly becoming a e&fi
people. First it was soft? collars and

wuibi'Uica mi Lyi-ingftj WUUI BOW..
it is to be soft coaL Boston Shoe and
Xeather Ilepbrtes.
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Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Funny
how all the great ones finally gather
along the Atlantic seaboard, and if
we can only get Bob Holly of San San-'
' San-' ford, 'Editor Benjamin of Ocala, and
one of two others from the interior
Vl I74- "nnc-t rrm-ttA linni t-n. rmn.
wiv:- ii toil vuaob nvuiu iiarc tv gvr
some to equal our bouquet of writ
ers. Bunnell Tribune.'
Editor Benjamin hopes to live long
ATlAn rrVt 4-r Va l-tiit as! aOaolo
Elsewhere we print a short story
about th East Side Levy .County
Community Fair which will take
place at Williston next Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday. This we know is
going to be a good fair, because the
people of the eastern side of Levy are
among the most progressive in the
State, and have a fine area of country
to draw on. The people' over there
' A J 1 t 1 1
cwue m our lair in nunureus, ana now
Vis the. time for Marionites to recip reciprocate..
rocate.. reciprocate.. If anybody is going over
fronwiere on the morning of Friday
thelOth, they might come by the
Star office and take this editor along.
. Men who served in the home guard
Vn.,n t, I 1 1 X
wkc ,irccn uvcuuuneu aiiu uavc noi
been classified as veterans of the
World, War., They, wof e""the uniform
, and carried arms and performed real
. service. They are, asking no bonus
' or reward but. do want to be recogniz recognized
ed recognized as having done their bit. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent.
There are about forty members of
the' home guard in Ocala, all of Whom
were too old or too young or otherwise
disqualified from going into the army.
But they were pretty. well drilled, had
good guns and, ammunition, and could
have .rendered effectual seryice in any
local trouble..
A very smalt proportion of the peo people
ple people -of .Florida' are aware of the
clumsy and unjust method of paying
our; state officials, viz: the governoi
and members of the cabinet, supreme
court justices, circuit .court judges
, and state attorneys. These officials
'r are paid .'only once in three months,
while' all, other people, in the employ
of the, state are paid monthly. The
TOWN PESTS
t
VWV A<t Ait
The Shiftless Goop never Cuts the
.Grass in-his Yard, never Clears the
Ashes or Cans from his Alley, never
Paints his House, never gives his
Wfe or Kids any Attention and Looks
,like a TrJiip himself. Were we all
Shiftless fioops, the Old Town would
.not Look So Good.

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system of paying the higher officials
was a disgrace to the men who built
the constitution thirty-six years

ago it is much worse now. We hope
the people will." vote solidly for the
amendment; changing this ridiculous
clause in our constitution so as to al
low the officials ytffected to be paid in
a 'just and business like manner, i. e.,
once a month. This amendment will
not do anybody any harm, and will be
not only justice "to the officials, but
Will be 'more business-like for the
state. -Watch out for that amend amendment
ment amendment and mark an X before the "Yes."
A WAIL OF WOE
' Every state institution excepting
the girls' home, at Ocala (a. small af affair)
fair) affair) i s in western or : middle r Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. The boys reform school is in
Jacksonville. The insane asylum is in
Gadsden county. The state capitol
stands in Leon county The Woman's
College is 'in Leon jxmnty. The negro
agricultura!college is in Leon county.
The State University is in Alachua
county. The state institution for
feeble minded persons is in Alachua
county. The institution for the deaf
and, the blind is jn St. Johns county.
Miami Central News.
Dear News: The. boys' reform
school, the insane asylum and ..the
state institution for feeble-minded
persons are not desirable possessions
for any town. Speaking for, ourself
we are, glad none of them are" located
near Ocala. The state university is
located very nearly in the center of
Florida. It is easier to reach from
Miami than from1 Pensacola. Ocala
makes no kick on tjie university being
in Gainesville; so why should other
cities, so much further from the mid middle
dle middle of the state. So far as. we can re remember,,
member,, remember,, no" South -' Florida town
fought Gainesville for the university
when it was located there. True, Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee is the" capitalTbut that isn't
even the fault of Tallahassee. The
federal governmenf located' it there
more than three-quarters of a century
ago, and developments of the last
year show that South Florida is too
jealous of Central Florida to allow it"
to be moved where it would be equally
accessible to all the" 'state.. Being the
capital, we ": suppose Tallahassee is
reasonably entitled to one institution.
She ha the nicest of the lot the
Woman's College. This may be par-'
tiality,bul we never saw a girl who
rwent to the college who didnfc come
home in love with Tallahassee. One
treason why the negro-eoHego was ioc
eated at Tallahassee was because no
town in the "state made an effort for
it. Do you folks at Miami want to
move it to your town? And it seems;
to us you have overlooked a point.
Why didn't you complain because the
state prison farm was located in Brad Bradford?
ford? Bradford? v ;
"Ocala made no effort for the girls'
industrial sehool. The school was lo located
cated located where it is more because it was
oil a high and healthy piece of ground
at a convenient distance from the
city than for any t&er reason. The
school has turned out well und'Maxv
ion county has made it to home, but
more because it is a good institution
than because it is a state institution.
DEMOCRATIC DOLLARS
Friends, Ocalans, Countrymen!
There are over forty postoffices in
Marion vcounty, and the next time
democracy triumphs in the "nation,
Ltfiere will fee jail the way from two to
ten applicants at each for the privi privilege
lege privilege of reading the postal ards of and
licking the postage stamps for the
dear peepul. Les ; than two year
from now, the democratic recording
angel' wM softly sing to herself, '"O,
who is among us, the true and &e
tried, who plunked down their tdoHrs,
who's on the right side"; 'and then sh
will take down the account book and
scan the pagesr and those, who 4idt
contribute in this campaign won't b
counted more than deuce high In that;
Following is the list: i
Summerfleld Chronicle $1450
T. D. Lancaster Jr. .. 1.00
Nathan Itfayo '-. . . y . . &J00
Star Publishing Company 2.00
W. L. Colbert "..f.. ....... 1.00
R. A. Burford 5.00
J. E. Chace '. 1.04
Wm. D. Taylor 1.00
Countess von Schimon 5.00
James PTaylor ............ IjOO
J. W. Hunter ............. X... 1.00
W. T. Gary f. 1JM
J. G. Parrish ....t........... 1.00
W. W. Stripling 1.00
John H. Taylor f LOO
K. C.! Moore 1.00
Ocala Banner 5.00
Rev. C. L. Collins 1.00
Sam McAteer 1.00
Sam Petteway 1.00
George MacEay 2.00
Niel Ferguson 1.00
G. W. (Tex) Martin ... 1.00
Mrs. Cash 1 1.00
Harry Borland 1.00
Mrs. Florence Stenger 1.00
J. R. Moorhead 2.00
Monday is the day to buy a Sellers
at B. GOLDMAN'S for $1 first pay payment.
ment. payment. Balance on easy terms. 2-3t

EIGHT YEARS AGO

Nov. 2, 1914. Belgians opened the'
dikes in the canals tributary to the
Yser and compelled the Germans to
retreat or be drowned. A good many
didnbt retreat" soon enough.
Russian Armies" have overrun Buk Buk-owina...
owina... Buk-owina...
British hospital ship.Rohilla wreck-
ed and ninety live&lost. ,
Shioload of American provisions
for Belgium arrived "at Rotterdam.
. German repulse at Warsaw cost the
Germans heavily.
1 Florida railroad commission order
ed the A. ,CL. and S. A L. to build
union station at Ocala.
Bruce Mfeffert, democratic nominee
for commissioner or the first district
of Marion county deserves re-election,
not only because lie is the candidate
of the party but because he is a much
better, business' man than his opponent
and far better t acquainted with the
needs .of the county., Mr. Meffert was
appointed to the office of commission commissioner
er commissioner not only without his solicitation
but .without his knowledge. He was
unwilling to accept the appointment,
anil took it only because his friends,
among them many devoted to the best
interests of the county, urged him. In
the first primary after his appoint appointment
ment appointment he did not announce leaving
the race open for all others. An Another
other Another good democrat' opposed him ii
the general election, but Mr. Meffert
won by an t overwhelming" majority.
In the recent primary campaign, he
announced himself a candidate, and
as, no one appeared against him he
Was declared the nominee, tho,' In ac accord
cord accord with the rules, his name was not
on.. the ticket. Mr. Meffert, altho he
nas pressing ousmess oi ms own,
gives more of his time to the county
than a couple of thousand dollars a
year, would pay him for. He jour journeys
neys journeys at his Own expense all over the
county, acquainting himself at first
hand with public needs. He is fa familiar
miliar familiar to the smallest detail with road
work now going on arid' the voters
will be blind to their own interests if
the jr dA Wfc '"keP WhJ h the job.
ANTHONY
1 Anthony, Nov. 1 Mr. R. H. Baskin
made a business trip to Tampa last
week. ;
; Mr. Lander Lever left Wednesday
6f;last week for' Jacksonville.
Mr.: R. A. Manning returned home
Friday from Lake Wales.
- Sfr. Sanies Dixon of Georgia, has
been visiting: his sisters, Mrs. R. A.
Ellison and -Mrs. Q. Q. Lamb for the
past Wk."
, 'After several months spent in New
York, Mr. G. M. Brown arrived home
Saturday.
Mr. 'Will Fielding left Sunday fop
Sarasota, '
; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Berryman of
Peoria, 111 v who are at the Layton1
hotel ini Ocala for the winter, were
Saturday callers oh Mrs. E. W. Boyd
and family,' who are relatives of
theirs.' 9
. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Boatwright tf
Ocala took! a truck load of Anthony
young people' to the fifth Sunday
meeting at Olivet Baptist, church near
Shadf.1 The serviced were greatly
en joyed, x also the splendid dinner
spread by the peopb? of Shady. The
Belleview-'B.VY. P. TJ. put in & pi
program Sunday, night after which
Rev. ".Boatwright""' delivered an inter inter-esting
esting inter-esting sermon.'
Mr.-R. H. Connell returned home
this- week from Lake Wales, where he
spent -several weeks.
-.Mr. W. T. Lamb of Center Hill was
in Anthony. Tuesday
. Mr. Alva Bardey $nd family of Arkansas,"-
arrived last week .and are
making' their home in Mrs. Janie
SwHaffc -lioue; 0
Mrs. 8. i, McQuaig left Tuesday
for Dunneiion, where she was .called
on account of. the i3ines pf her
daughter, Mrs,; G. W. Wood, v
Mr. and Mrs. A. Burns and daugh daughter
ter daughter from Maine fire guests of Mrs.
Burns4 brother; Mr, Meiyfn Burns, for
the winter;
Mrs. A. V. Feter left Saturday fo
a visit with relatives i Summerfieli.
Mr. Robert Swindell of ApopkaJ
spent Monday in Anthony with; bis
mother, Mrs. Janje Swindell.
Mr. V." A. Sumner has purchased the
club house and opened a garage in the
building.
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BLITCHTON
Blitchton, Nov. 1. Mr. and 'Mrs.
Dennis Prines and Miss Artie McAr McAr-thur
thur McAr-thur of Gainesville spent tbe week weekend
end weekend with Mrs. B. R. Blitch.
Mr. and Mrs F. E. Fnnt and chil
dren and Miss. Nell Turner were Sun Sunday
day Sunday guests of Mr. Fant's father and
mpthejr at Morriston.
Mr. A L. McKay and Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Costello'of Ocala were Monday
guests..
Miss' Mary Guest spent the week weekend"
end" weekend" at Tier ""heme in Williston.
'Mr.' Fentori Blitch wento Morris Morris-ton
ton Morris-ton 'Tuesday to consult a mechanic
about his Ford.
Mrs. Ella Crumpton and Mrs. Z. A.

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One furnished apartment
with bath, including lights
and water. lJOC ff
Per month.. O.OU
8. f'J
Crumpton of Fellowship and Mr.
Joseph Bell of Ocala were Tuesday
visitors.
i There will be preaching at the Bap
tist church Sunday afternoon at 3:30
by Rev. E. A. Burnette.
Mr. J.t W. Coulter visited Ocala
Tuesday.
Mr. Henry Clark did some repair
work on our roads last week.
Messrs. Landis 1 and Fenton Blitch
and Ralph George went to Lake City
Friday afternoon in order to attend
the football game, Ocala vs. Lake
City, which was placed Saturday.
CONNER
Conner, Nov. 1. J. A. Hicks, post postmaster
master postmaster at Lynne, and son, Addison
Hicks, were in Ocala Thursday.
J. H. Hunt is putting a new roof
on the Methodist church at old Gra Gra-hamville.
hamville. Gra-hamville. Grady Smith has. gone to Tampa
and Plant City on a business trip.
The many friends of Rev. E. M.
Henderson regret to hear of his crit critical
ical critical illness at a hospital in Jackson
ville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hunt are rejoic rejoicing
ing rejoicing over the, arrival of a beautiful
little girl into their home, born Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Oct. 18th.
Prof. Cames and his team of bbys
are quite busy preparing the basket basketball
ball basketball courts at the high school pam?
pus.
George Randall and Miss Wynonah j
Randall motored to Ocala' Saturday
morning, t
There will be a "box social" at the
new high school building on Saturday
evening, Nov. 4th, the proceeds to go
to the athletic department of the
school. Thepupils, their parents and
their friends are cordially invited to
assist in making this party a suc success,
cess, success, v
R. O. Gnann, Ephriam Gnann and
E. p. Powell were visitors to the
county seaf yesterday.
SPARB
Sparr, Nov, 1 Mrs. Brinson of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, was the guest of Mrs. Lige CJem CJem-mons
mons CJem-mons several days last week,
Mrs. Fred Neal and little son have
returned to their home in Hawthorn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pasteur were
the guests of relatives in Jacksonville
Sunday.
' Quite a number of our people en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed the fifth Sunday Baptist con convention
vention convention at Shady.
Messrs. J. E. Thomas, Frank
Thomas, Mrs. Julia Thomas and Miss
Elizabeth Thomas spent Sunday wjtij
Mrs. Mollie Martin at Oxford.,
Mr, WaUer greedle of Anthony was
in town yesterday to see about pur
community exhibit far the fair, and
a meeting for this purpose has been
called for Thursday night at the
Woodmen halL
Work on the Methodist church is
progressing nicely under the manage
ment of Mr. S. P. Burton.
O.UTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Nov. 1. Mr. E.
G .;- Albertsdn and wde, Mr.' E. Alr
bertson and Miss Carrie Albrtspn re returned
turned returned hast Wednesday f rom a trip to
the-East oas$, where-they had been
on a fishing trip. Wie there they
caught many fine fish. The largeft
weighed 35 pounds. They all enjoyed
the trip.
The Albertson packing house has
closed down until prices pick up on
oranges,
Mr. C. 8, Gates had a birthday din dinner
ner dinner at his home last Sunday and his
brother and wife, Mr, and Mrs. A. G.
Gates of Ocala, Mrs. Roy Anderson
arid two. little girls of Tampa, Mr. and
Mrs. George Miller were present and
enjoyed the dinner with Mr. Gates
and wished hini many, more birthdays
t? come,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglas ana
daughter, Virginia made a trip to
Ocala Wednesday.
Rev. Gillentine held services in the
South; Lake Weir school house last
Sunday and will return on the fourth
Sunday, of November and hold serv services
ices services there again.
The "Ladies' Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church held a cafeteria
supper at the manse Monday night
and cleared $30.20. All who attended
had a good time.
The Lee Investment Co. of Eastlake

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2. Two furnished apartments
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fire jplaces. This new and revolutionary gas heating
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COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

Fresh Milk ;
Wanted!
We af e jn need gf a ffuanjify of fipstk Wi
p our- utput js increasing lajly. Csji set:
lenient eyery Mpnay mopiing fqr previpii
week's supply.
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Katherine E. Pyles, Manager

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Goaranfecd Mileage- Fabrics, 7509 mile; Cor&, lp,0(tf
'mi!e5r Wepaielieiid.iistp
Complete line pt Anto Accsories

314-320 Main BU
T
is picking the fruit off the Miller
groves here and putting it up at Easf-
lake for market.
There was a' negro killed At Weirs-
dale last Friday. He jumped off of
a moving truck and fell under the
rear wheels and was killed Instantly.
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Advertise in the Evening Star.

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3. Four unfurnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, with bath, water and
Rco Dealer
to Fire Station
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ID) T U IB IE S
: OCALA. FJ-A
?3S8ParS!ffff3PylsS!?
Daisy sandwiches are here to stay,"
You will like them. Sold at the lead-
ing soda fountains. Put up in a san sanitary
itary sanitary package and under sanitary
conditions. Orders solicited in or out
of town in any quantity. Phone No.
667. . " ",
Advertiae in the Evezdsg Star.



OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, VS2&

BEGIN THE DAY BIGHTS Cauae
toe to hear thy loring kindness in the
doming ; for in thee do I trust ; cause
tie to knov the way whe-ein I should
wnlk; tor I lift up my soul unto the.
Psalm 143: 8.

See Mr. Edwards at U-Serve No. 1
about your octagon soap coupons. 2t
"Another Nash." 6tt
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf
A Word
To the Wise!
There's a time for all things.
' It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The
fall season's here and a paint
job done now will stay a year.
Bring your car to us and be
satisfied.; jWhen better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-
- rick Motor Company will do
, them.
SPENCER : PEDMCK
MOTOR CO. ;
PHONE 8
ti
Plumbing & Electrical
Contracting
Full line of material always
' in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully
given.
PHONE 252
Needham Motor Co.
SALT SPRINGS WATER
Is growing in popularity every
dayamong Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state.
n is soia unaer a
Try a five gallon
guarantee,
container.
Cliero-Cola Bottling Works
: Phone 167
iMllHit
SASH
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DOOR
j HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
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' Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pnb-H
ished as information and not guar--Jteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC CpAST LIN? R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 im
2:27 am
Jampnvflle
Jacksonville
St. Petersburg
Jacksonville
Homosassa
(p) Wilcox
3:15 am
lists :
8:30 pm
?:10am
3:24 pm
1:25 pm
9:00 pm
1:16 pm
6:45 pm
7:25 am
( j) Lakeland
11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. Saturday.-SEABOARD
SEABOARD Saturday.-SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 ana Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville ,1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
Tampa-Manatee-1:55
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrshurg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
1 :35 pro Tampa-Manatee 1 :30 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbursr 4:05 pm
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
i ANL BUILDER
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.

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OCALA OBSERVANCES

If you have any news items for thi3
department, phone five-one.
Miss Hazel McAteer has taken a
situation in the Book Shop,
t
State Attorney Scofield and Mr. 0.
BL Conner of Inverness are in the city
today.
By the payment of down and
easy weekly terms we will keep your
Sellers Kitchen Cabinet until Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. B, GOLDMAN. 2-3t
- Ask the U-Serve Stores and Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola Bottling Works for a gift cata catalogue.
logue. catalogue. These concerns issue a cer certificate
tificate certificate which will be most interesting
to all their customers, and they are
redeemable with valuable presents.
Mr. Pillans' bus has abandoned the
Webster run and has returned to the
Ocala-Palatka service.
That highly esteemed old citizen,
Col. R. W. Davis, of Gainesville, was
in town today on legal business.
'Another Nash." 6tl
W. K. Lane, M. D., physidan and
surgeon, specialist-eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent star
Ocala, Fla. tf
Mr. W. M. Enright will tell you
hew the Sellers Kitchen Cabinet will
save you steps and he will make you
special terms. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t
C. C. Curry of Ocala was a visitor
in' Miami this week and' while there
was a guest of the Ta-Miami hotel.
mV. arid Mrs. Ybnee Sage are mov
ing this week from the Condon flats
to the Yonge flat across the street.
You can get your Sellers Kitchen
Cabinet in oak or white enamel finish
for $1 down Monday, balance on easy
terms. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t
Hallowe'en apples at the K. Tea
pot Grocery. 2t
The art committee of the Womans
Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at,
the home of the chairman, Mrs. G. W.
Martin, at 4 oclock.
-,Mr. Paul Owen is home from a
visit to his relatives at Quincy. He
went away thin and gaunt from the
dengue; he comes back looking cheer cheerful
ful cheerful and plump. Says it was "Moth
er's cooking."
Cranberries, Malaga, grapes, pickled
pigs' feet, mackerel, salt mullet, tripe,
boneless codfish, 'just in at the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. Phones 614-195. 4t
ATTENTION! ATTENTION!
f Ford touring car in good condition,
Buick truck: in good condition. Take
them both for $300. Spencer-Pedrick
Mdtor Co'Ocala, Fl. Phone 8. 30-tf
.
,$1 delivers a Sellers Kitchen Cabi Cabinet
net Cabinet to you Monday. B. Goldman. 3t
The many friends and; patrons of
Dr. Kiplinger, the chiropractor, will
be pleased to learn that he has re
turned to Ocala to make his home and
will 4)e located at the Ocala House as
formerly,
;. The boys and girls, Tuesday even evening,
ing, evening, had the best Hallowe'en we've
seen them enjoy since coming to
Ocala, and that s saying' some. The
day-had 'been almost summer tern
perature, but a crisp and welcome lit little
tle little chill came into the evening air.
We think all of the young and some
of the old folks in town were out. The
sidewalks swarmed, with ghosts a.n.d
ghostesses, goblins and watches, and.
every minute, pa. the paved streets, a
car filled with funmakers raced by;
the girls filling the air with music as
they laughed and chattered. It was
mostly an evening of wholesome fun
with just enough mischief to spice Hi
The Star was let down light. The big
glass windows were, soaped, but they
needed washing anyway, wnicn was
done this morning. Hansel Leaven
good had to put new ropes on the awn
ing, but 'he only grinned as he thought
of some of the pranks he had played
when he was young. The boys set a
trash can at the office door and when
w saw it w wished they had brought
ft up stairs and set it down by our
office table, to hold the copy we have
to throw away. But we regret to re
mark that along with all the merry
making there was some meanness
Some embryo candidate for the peni
tentiary cut the canopy on one of the
express company wagons, entailing a
loss of ten dollars, as the canopy was
new, and we hear of other instances
of malicious mischief. These things
detract from the fun, and are also
likely to cause the 'perpetrators to
run afoul of the law.

OCALA TEN YEARS AGO

(Evening Star November 2, 1912)
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael and
Miss Edna Culverhouse returned home
today from their summer vacation in
Alabama.
Mr. L. W. Duval left yesterday for
Atlanta where -he will be for several
days attending to important business.
Today's Times-Union contains a
picture j of James Maxey, the bright
little five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Dell of Gainesville.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, who has been
visiting her son, Prof. Karl Weihe and
wife in Jacksonville, reached there
just in'time to take the very last car
that ran out to their place.
The weather is cool and bracing to today,
day, today, the streets are thronged with
shoppers and the city presents a lively
appearance.
A phone message from Morriston
oday says the loss of Mrs. Flora Mor Morrison's
rison's Morrison's home was total, nothing being
saved but two chairs. The house had
just been refurnished and a specially
heavy loss was the fine library. Mrs.
Morrison left yesterday for South
Carolina and the first she knew of the
fire wafe when she saw the dispatch in
the paper this morning.
Work on Mr. H.'B. Clarkson's new
home has commenced. The foundations
have been laid on the site of the old
house which was moved across the
street. Mr. Clarkson has a very de desirable
sirable desirable lot and the new residence will
be a most creditable' one.
Mr. V. E. Eldred, the painter and
interior decorator, has completed the
work of re-decorating the Methodist
church, which will be a pleasing sur surprise
prise surprise to the congregation tomorrow
morning. The walls are finished in
sky blue and the woodwork, which is
curly pine, has' been finished in the
natural color. The floor has been
lleaned and done over, as have the
seats, pulpit and other furniture.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daughter,
Miss Adele Bittinger, who have been
visiting relatives in Plymouth, Mass.,
for the past six weeks, since leaving
Martha's Vineyard, have gone to Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore via Merchants & Miners Line,
and will remain there for ten days
visiting relatives. Miss. Adele will go
to Lynchburg, Vaflfi to visit some col college
lege college friends at Randolph-Macon Col
lege.
Notice the card of Dr. Carlisle Izlar
in this issue. Dr. Izlar's dental offices
will 'open Monday morning, Nov. 4th.
He has had them fitted up with all
modern equipment in the Law Library
building west of the square.
Mr. Joseph Malever who bought a
lot on Oklawaha avenue a few months
ago, is having estimates made for a
handsome new bungalow.
CHIROPRACTIC
All that is good in this line of re
storing the afflicted to health and
harmony of body can now be had by
Florida's oldest and most reliable
Chiropractor, who has again return returned
ed returned to Ocala. Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala
House. 2-3t
"Another Nash." 6tf
BURBANK
, Burbank, Nov. 1. Our river piker,
Ben Wise, received his oars today.
It flooded out this way Sunday
night.
Saturday night the dancers of the
community enjoyed a dance at the
Turner dance hall. Later they enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed sandwiches, cocoa, etc.
Messrs. George Bowen, Walter Lee
Tourtellot, George Clineman and Ed.
Blankenhorn are glad to have their
fall gardens in.
Mr. Herbert Raynal Park is expect
ed home Saturday.
Chicken thieves are many, such as
'possums, skunks, coons and hawks.
Anybody who wants some fall shoot
ing' will be welcome to fresh home homemade
made homemade bread, milk, cocoa, etc., "for rid ridding
ding ridding us of the pests.
Another Nash." 6tf
Albert's Plant Food is the thins 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
For rent, the best location in town
for a grocery business; corner store.
Apply to E," Star office. ll-2-5t
PRIVATE SCHOOL'
All grades, day and night classes.
Special coaching. For appointment
phone 277. Mrs. Jennie Cassil, 820
East Third street. 2-6t
. Short skirts, short sleeves, low
necks and high heels in feminine ap apparel
parel apparel have caused several Swiss in insurance
surance insurance companys, which insure a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst illness, to raise their premiums
15 per cent for women.
Let a Sellers Kitchen Cabinet do
your work. Monday is the day to get
it on easy terms. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t

HALLOWE'EN DANCE

FOR YOUNG FOLKS
Misses Mea Dozier, Emmy; --Miller
and Genevieve Haile were hostesses
Tuesday night at the home jf4 their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Haile
on Oklawaha, entertaining a number
of their friends at a most enjoyable
dance.
The living rooms on. the lower floor
of the Haile home were open en suite
and prettily decorated". Streamers of
black and yellow were festooned from
the chandeliers to the sides "of the
walls. Witches, black cats and Mother
Hallowe'en synfbols were effectively
useL The guests came m costume,
and the .'scene with the pretty cos-;
tames of the dancers and the decora'
tions was very pretty.
Dancing was enjoyed to victrola
music. During intermission, refresh
ments of chicken salad, sandwiches,
cake and coffee were served by .the
hostesses assisted by Mrs Haile, Mrs.
T. P. Drake,' Mrs. Grider Perkins and
Miss Mary McDowell.
Those present at this enjoyable af affair
fair affair were Misses Marion '"' Mefferti
Jess Dehonj Clifton Sexton," Cornelia
Dozier, Christine Close, Helen New New-som,
som, New-som, Hazel Laws on, Margaret: Hocker,
Gladys Rush, Sidney Curien,' Mildred
Bullock, Annie MacKay, Dorothy
Bowden, Dorothy Crawford, 'T Janet'
Culverhouse, Mary Wright Lattimeri
Margaret Gerig, Nell WaDis, -Mary
Caroline Logan and James Borland,
Wellie Meffert, A. T. Thomas Jr.;
Tuck Rooney, Eugene Potter, Bennie
Culverhouse, Wilfred HaroldLmdsay"
Troxler, John Troxler, Ben Borden,
Jack Robertson Jame& Krfghtr-Dud-ley
Cole, Claude' Barnett,' (Carlisle
Ausley. Erskine Parks, James Ellis,
Marion Lumnrus, Leslie Sinith and
Morris Stevens.' Mrs. Brown - Cole,
Miss Ava Lee Edwards, Miss' Bettie
Davis and Mrs. A. E. Gerig joined the
dancers for refreshments.
immediately on his election, the!
speaker of the British, House of Com Commons
mons Commons is entitled to receive 2,000 oun ounces
ces ounces of plate, two hogsheads of -claret
$5,00 equipment money, and ; $500 a
year for stationary..
MONDAY is Sellers Kitchen Cabi Cabinet
net Cabinet day at B. GOLDMAN'S. SI puts
it in your kitchen. Balance on easy
terms. 2-3t

No not in a prize fight hat iafct what we mean THE
TURKEY BOX we- are. talkjngabout is a nice box of goodies,
preserves, etc., for THANKSGIVING DAY. If EACH FAMTLY
in Florida would ve just ONE glass of jelly, or just ONE jar
of preserves, or ONE side of bacon, or ONE chicken, or ONE
turkey, or ONE can of beans, tomatoes corn, peai, or ONE box
of oranges or grapefruit,' as they might find it possible, THE
SCORES OF LITTLE HOMELESS AND ORPHAN CHILDREN
( UNDER THE CARE OF "FLORIDA'S GREATEST CHARITY
THE CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, would
not only have the greatest THANKSGIVING .DAY AND DIN DIN-NER
NER DIN-NER that they' had EVER had 4mt there would he enough
LEFT OVER to provide for the HUNDREDS oi Uttle ones that
will come under the care of -the Society ALL THROUGH THE
COMING YEAR. j

Will YOU see to it that YOUR FAMILY gets up a TURKEY BOX for the little Orphan and Home-
less Children of Florida I If you CAN only spare ONE glass of jelly, put it in a nice safe little box and
send it, a TURKEY BOX may mean Just that, or it may mean a whole DRY GOODS BOX or BARREL
of eats. All we ask is that your family' will send SOMETHING, whatever that something may be.
. "..,
BY THE WAY it wouldn't b eJaadidea il you. packed your goalies; with SOME CHILDREN'S
CLOTHESr-shoes, tie, ribbon, sweaters, 'kerchief s, etc. All these thmgs' make fine packing and would -also
help clothe our big" family of homeless children from wee babes up to fifteen years of age.
,' ..
WHY NOT GET YOtJR SCTOOI ilurch, Lodge, Young Peoplea Society, Ladies' Aid, Missionary
Society, Woman's Club, Card Club, or other organiztion to get up a TURKEY BOX for us? They wffl
all gradly HELP if YOU wffl only START it
. i
PLEASE DO YOUR BEST'FOR US however Kttle that may be-nand please mail, express or ship -by
freight to the CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA,' 1904 RIVERSIDE AVENUE, JACK JACKSONVILLE,
SONVILLE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORHXA. Or if you live in Wejrt Fl brida, please send YOUR TURKEY BOX to our West
Florida Receiving Home, Seventh Avenue and Jordan Street, Pensacola, Fla.
R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer. ,
JUDGE W. H. BAKER, Presdent. rW.
- .! : MARCUS C FAGG, CDaddy Fagg), State Ssmt.
There can be DO: finer way to show YOUR gratitude for YOUR OWN
blessings than to do something for these little ones who have so little they
CAN be grateful for. Over 1200 of them have been cared for already this
year. Over.90Q0 since our work begun. BE SURE TO GET YOUR TURKEY
BOX OFF TO US IN PLENTY OF TIME BETTER START JT NOW, WHILE
YOU'RE IN THE NOTION.

SPARKS

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The advertising car of the Sparks
circus arrived in the city this morning
with bill posters, lithographers and
advertising men aboard. The show
will be in Ocala Tuesday, November
14 for two performancesUThe advance
man says the animal acts, this year
aVo.! better than ever, and the two two-hour
hour two-hour program is replete with animal
features, many of whom vie with the
human acVobatsa performing difficult
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VEGEX HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
I Take home a 35p. jar at our risk. If
fpr any reason you do not like it, just
return ;he partly empty or empty jar
and we will, refund he cash without
a question!. U-Serve Stqres. 28-7t
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j It is reported that the Stinnes group
pf Germany has received, a. concession
to repair the wharves and houses of
Pietrograd a task requiring several
yeara'-work. A shipbiiilding firm of
Germany is Rebuilding the Volga merchant-fleet
'for Russia. r '
; See Mr. Edwards at U-Serve No.' 1
about the new coupons for every 25c
sale of goods. 31-2t
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CIRCUS

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i feats. Are there clowns
Yes, lots of
them and ever yone of 'these fnrrmak-
ers can produce mor laughs in a min
ute than all the "tin lizzie" jokes can
in'a century, and Pete Mardo's clowq
band is one of the hits .of the show.
The varied two-hour program contains
two score or more of high class arenic
stars, wonderful riding acts and, high
school horses. T ''
NOTICE
1 have cat the price of strand wood
75 cents on the cord, as I am com compelled
pelled compelled to get it off .the land. Fom
foot wood $3.50 per cord.' Phone 471,
Ev Gibbons, N. Osceola SL 16-tf

. ; A large deposit of volcanic ash,
suitable to manufacture cleaning com com-mhiuIil
mhiuIil com-mhiuIil haa been found -in British,,

Columbia. Experiments prove, that
it can be used to polish gold and sil silver
ver silver plate.
Many of the.most attractive valnes -in
our big DOLLAR aluminum ale
are still on hand. Call and see them.
Theus Brothers. 26-6t

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER 2, 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADYERTISEMENtS
y
(RATES under tbla beading are mm
follows: Maximum of six line"one time
Ifrc; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
moittb $3.00. All accounts t7Ue tm
trairc except to those who. bare reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
Phone 578 or apply at '603- 2-t

WANTED To bay bearing "orange
grove, 5 to 15 acre3 m Marion
county. State size, location, price.
Address "J. B." care Evening Star
office.- ll-2-2t
FOR RENT The best location in
town for a grocery business; corner
' store. Apply "to "E," care Star of office.
fice. office. ll-2-5t
UPHOLSTERING And furniture re re-finishing
finishing re-finishing done in any style. Phone
107. l-6t
FOR RENT Three bedrooms, with
or without table bdard. Mrs. George
.; Young, 512 E. th St. l-t
FOR SALE Willow
Call phone 550.
baby carriage.
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 0. W. Coleman, Fort
Myers, Fla., by wire. 10-31-6t
LOST Between Florida Auto & Sup Supply
ply Supply 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 roompr 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 StaT office. 30-3t
FOR RENT An apartment. Phon
207-Blue. No. .1129 E. Fort King
avenue.- x 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 roon furnished
electric range; electric water heat heater;
er; heater; attractive" and modern furnish furnishings;
ings; furnishings; all conveniences; private en
trances, private bath. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitch or Joseph Bell,
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-
. wana Ave. rnone 383. Z8-tf ft
FOR RENT Rooms, newly furnish furnished
ed furnished throughout, in best section, near
churches and theater; must be seen
to be appreciated. Reasonable rates
byjlay week or month. 316 East
Fort King Ave., Phone 631. 26-6t m
FOR SALE OR RENT Small bun bun-galow
galow bun-galow just completed near high
school building. Easy terms. Ray
& Thomson.' Phone 362. 25-6t
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CLEAN TT
PAINT
TUNE
We are equipped to give com complete
plete complete renovation and repair
service on your car. We get it
ready for the road In jig time
and at low prices. AH, expert
workmen.
GAS OIL GREASE
DIXIE HIGHWAY
GARAGE
JAMES ENGE5SER
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
Ocala, Florida.
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
QCALA LODGE NO. 286, B.P.O.E
Ocala Lodge No.-286, Benevolent
and Pj-otective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren elways welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's.and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
W. R. Pedrick, E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regularv conventions of thi Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

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QCALA OCCURREUCES
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If you have any localSor society
items for the Star, phone five-one.

The friends of Mrs. Charles Rhein Rhein-auer
auer Rhein-auer will regret to hear that she is
sick with the dengue.
Cranberries, Malaga grapes, pickled
pigs feet, mackerel, salt mullet, tripe,
boneless codfish just in at the U U-SERVE
SERVE U-SERVE STORES. Phones 614-195. 4t
The more our customers see of our
methods of handling 'fresh meats, the
better we like it. Come to see us.
Main Street Market. Phone 107. tf
That tall, good -looking democrat, a
little, way up the street, F. W. Cook,
handed in his campaign dollar this
afternoon. t
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
, The weak and the strong enjoy eat eating
ing eating the best fresh meats obtainable.
That's the kind to be found at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf
Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul Durand leave in
the morning for a week's stay with
Mr. Durand's brother, Mr. Frank
Durand, and family, a Yalaha.
"Say it with flowers" and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1
miles-out on
PhoneOM.
the Dunnellon road.
10-tf
Mrs. H. C. Nichols was hostess yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon at the regular meet meeting
ing meeting of the A Club. A number of vis visitors
itors visitors were invited to play with the
members, there being four, tables .of
auction players. At the conclusion of
the games refreshments were served
by the hostess.
You will get good values for youi
money at the rummage sal given by
the Ladies' Aid of the Christian
church, Saturday, November 4th, op-'
posite Harrington Hall. Shoes, hats,
clothes and many useful things will
bg sold. l-3t
SHERIFF THOMAS HAS
GONE AFTER SHARUM
Sheriff Thomas left Wednesday for
New York, armed with a requisition
for "Little Jeff" Shafum, alias Jeff Jeffries,
ries, Jeffries, alias several other names, who
is accused of a long list of crimes, a
good-many of which have been proven
on him. The federal authorities al allowed
lowed allowed Sharum $10,000 bail, which he
made, but are .holding him for Mr.
Thomas. His .trial is set for the next
term of circuit court.
WILL CELEBRATE GOLDEN
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Friends of the family in Ocala have
received the following t invitation:
1872 J922
Mr and Mrs. Abran Simmons
will celebrate their
Golden v. Wedding Anniversary
mr- November fifth
at the home of their daughter
Mrs. A, E. Newcomer.
1927 Ferry Street
Easton," Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. Simmons spent some
months in Ocala at -the hVme of their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Simmons, on Sanchez
street. They have been making their
home in Columbus, Ga., with one ol
their daughters unflft recently, when
they went to Pennsylvania. Mr. C.
H.. bimmons will not be able to attend
the anniversary celebration, but his
two sisters will be present and Mrs.
Katherine Simmons of Mechanics Mechanics-burg,
burg, Mechanics-burg, Pa., mother of the "groom" will
be present. Mrs. Simmons is healthy
and active at the age of ninety-live.
On this joyous occasion Mr. and Mrs.
Simmons will gather around them
their relatives and friends, young and
old, and celebrate an event which
comes to but few couples. Mr. and
Mrs. Simmons are pleasantly remem remembered
bered remembered here for their friendly and
kindly manners and their, Ocala
friends extend to them- their heartiest
congratulations and the best of good
wishes for many more years of life
and happiness.
A high-grade oil is to be manufac manufactured
tured manufactured from dogfish which swarm in
Pacific waters, A newly formed
company in he Queen Charlotte Is
lands, off the mainland of British
Columbia, will catch the fish in traps
and extract the oil by a new and pat
ented process. The traps will not in
terfere with the salmon and other fish.
During the administration of Evan Evangeline
geline Evangeline Booth as head'of the Salvation
Army in the United States, "nearly
20 years," the students in the Army's
training school have in creased from
approximately 70 a year to 500, while
the assets of the organization have
risen from $1,500,000 to $23,000,000

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ARE YOU A "MASON?
Regular meeting of Masonic
lodge tonight, 8 o'clock. Degree
work to be ptu on. Be on hand.
- A. C. Blowers, W. M.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE BAPTIST W. M. U.
The annual meeting of the Wom Woman's.
an's. Woman's. Missionary Union for Marion
Association was held last week with
the Williston church. Qn account of
the prevailing sickness and bad roads
the attendance was not so large as
expected but the guests extended a
royal welcome to those who came and
the dinner Thursday was in accord
with the usual Williston hospitality.
All societies except one had reports
which showed gifts approximating
$2500.
Dr. S. B. Rogers, and Mrs. H. C.
Peelman were listened to with much
interest and told of the great strides
made by the denomination in the past
two and a half years. Many 'good
talks and papers were given and the n
following officers elected: President,
Mrs. T. N. Strange; vice president,
Mrs. S. A. Standley; secretary, Mrs.
W. T. Gary, superintendent of young
people, Mrs. Mabel Floyd; superinten superintendent
dent superintendent district one, Mrs. T. L. Willing Willing-ham;
ham; Willing-ham; district two, Mrs. L. W. Duval
district three, Mrs. E. A. Burnette;
district four, Mrs. G. W. Scofield. The
next annual meeting will -be held at
Mcintosh.
HALLOWE'EN PARTY
Tuesday, night "Rock Nest," the
rBelleview home of Mrs. George C.
Grunthal was the attractive setting
for a Hallowe'en party given by Mrs.
Grunthal to a number of frineds.
The house and yard were decorated
with jack-o'-lanterns, hobgoblins and
pumpkins, black cats and yellow dais daisies,
ies, daisies, which made a very pretty setting
for the evening's entertainment. The
favors, which were given to the guests
as they arrived, were pins bear in a
big yellow pumpkin and a black cat.
The hostess of the evening cordially
greeted her guest sas they arrived in
costume.
An interesting game of 500 was en enjoyed,
joyed, enjoyed, Miss Mary 'Blowers and Miss
Katherine Pyles holding the high
scores and each was presented with
pretty bridge cards. Mrs. Hopkins
and Mr. Fiebriek, who held the lowest
scores, were awarded merry noise
makers. A consolation was cut for and
Miss Katherine Pyles was again the
lucky. one, receiving & "big candy hob hobgoblin
goblin hobgoblin with a,cat of its back. V
After finishing' the games of the
evening pretty Hallowe'en covers were
laid and at each place baskets of can
dy and nuts ancj pumpkin .favors were
placed. Refreshments of chicken sand
wiches, kaffee' hagg, Marocala brick
cream in the Hallowe'en colors, yellow
and chocolate, yellow cake with choc
olate icing were served. During re
freshments a big "Jack Horner" pie
was passed, each guest drawing a gift
by pulling a string.
Mrs. Grunthal is well known as a
clever hostess and besides the enjoy
able evening at cards music was en
joyed, several selections by Mr. Eddie
Armstrong and Miss Katherine Pyles,
besides a general song treat, adding
to the entertainment. Those present
were. Mr. and Mrsk Haviland, Mr. and
Mrs. Dustm, Mrs. Hopkins, bette
known as "Aunt Pet," and who makes
the best coffee in the world, Mr. Bush,
Mr. Fiebriek, Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Misses
KatheVine Pyles and Mary Powers,
Mr. C. E. Armstrong and the hostess,
who' joined her guests at cards. ,-N
A drink in time will save nine, if it's
wood alcohol. Debs' Magazine.
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Advertise in the Evening Star.
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1IE do not charge
TO
wr any thing extra
for the high quality of
printing we do or the
quick service.
.Let us do your next
?j inn in cnmn eriiai
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in
printing.
Phone 51
Star Publishing Co.

EAST SIDE LEVY COUNTY
COMMUNITY

FAIR
(Continued from First Page)
Immediately following .Mayor John
W. Martin of Jacksonville will speak.
For many years the people of this
section have been assuaging their
hunger for fairs by attending the ex exhibits
hibits exhibits of Marion and Alachua coun counties,
ties, counties, and we are going to keep on at
tending these splendid fairs, but at
the, same time we are going to show
them that the resources of eastern
Levy are just as great, if not greater, j
than theirs, although we have less
territory.
A complete program for each day
is as follows:
i Thursday, Nov. 9th
2:30 p. m. Address, "Agriculture,"
by W. A. McRae.
Address, "Grape Culture," by
George Burnham.
Friday, Nov. 10th
10:30 a. m. Parade by the school
children.
Addresses by Mr. Shelton Phillips
of Williston, and by a professor from
the University of Florida.
''Judging of live stock y University
of Florida committee.
Friday afternoon a special enter
tainment for school children by local
talent and the famous trick roller
skater, Mr. El. Ray. Addresses also
will, be made by Mr. Harry P. Len Len-nard,
nard, Len-nard, the famous humorist of Flor
ida, and by Col. Clarence r. oWods,
secretary Sumter County. Chamber of
Commerce. x
Saturday, Nov. 11th
10 a. m. Parade, including Ameri
can Legion, Red Cross, Boy Scouts,
Confederate Veterans," followed by
decorated automobiles.' Immediately
following the parade an address by
Mr. John M. Martin, mayor fo Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. 2:30 p. m. Athletic sports'of all
kinds. Baseball, game between the
American Legion and the Williston
high school. N Basketball game, Wil Williston
liston Williston high school versus team to be
announced later.
E. M. Willis, Asst. Sec'y.
HOUSEKEEPERS, TAKE NOTICE
The Ladies Aid of the Christian
church is giving a rummage sale Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, November 4th. If you have
old clothing, hats, shoes, etc., that
you care to dispose of and will notify
either Mrs. J. E. Chace or Miss Ma Mamie
mie Mamie Taylor, they will be glad to call
for Tame. l-3t
Let us supply your groceries. Reas Reasonable
onable Reasonable prices and prompt delivery our
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
108. 1-tf
Want a light lunch? Stop at any
leading soda fountain, ask for a Daisy
sandwich. They are different. 'Small
club, chicken salad, chicken, ham and
cheese. You will be pleased. 31-3t
mVi BIG CIRCUS COMING TO
OCALA TIIIS YEAR
A j! CHILDREN
Ml Under 12
30c
Adclts75, including war tax
PRESENTING ON ONE STUPENDOUS
PROGRAM AND FOR THE FIRST TIME
2 PERFORMANCES 2
Street ParadeJlOO A. M.
TUESDAY, NOV.
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V IN ALU CIRCUS HISTORY
NOT MANY, BUT ALL THE
WORLD'S GREATEST
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A Word to Our Customers
i Pattern Hats
',' -""'(""'.
and all other early bought hats, to 6e,sat 6e,sat-rificed
rificed 6e,sat-rificed at lowest possible prices. Come
early and get your choice.
New DressStreet and Sport Hats
arriving every few days,-and at extremely
moderate prices. 'A 1

WORK

in charge of expert milliner at your ser service,
vice, service, v ;
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Affleck Misery P(Mo-

HI East

LOOK AGAIN. YOU'RE RIGHT.
There's no ice in the refrigerator But there's food, plenty of it.
Yet it's a picture of a refrigerator owned by a ftoasewife "who
thinks she is "saving" by keeping costly food in an nniced refrigV
erator. She stops taking ice at hot summer's end; she thinks cold
weather sufficient protection.
And it would cost her-only a. few cents a day to make sure that
the food is protected. m (
Ocala Ice & Packing Company

The
Windsor
Hotel
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1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA

Cooking Utensils CLEAN

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Haatfetn IWk Mama't Sou C..
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on ktoB'AatoBiobiIes Ete

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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE, -MACHINERY,
.
FURNITURE,. ETC

Cranberries, Malaga grapes, pickled
pigs' feet, mackerel, salt mullet, tripe,
boneless eodfish just in at the U-
SERVE STORES. Phones 614-195. 41
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Wrf sell VEGEX. Farmers Exchange,
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