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WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Thursday; cooler in north portion tonight TEMPERATURES This Morning, 64; This Afternoon, 86.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:44; Seta, 5:33 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 267

DECIDED GAINS FOR THE

Republican Majority in the House Has Been Greatly Reduced; In the Senate the
Democratic Strength Will be Somewhat Increased
DEMOCRATIC PARTY HAS OF COURSE SWEPT THE STATE; CAWTHON EVIDENTLY
ELECTED; FATE OF THE AMENDMENTS ARE IN DOUBT

Jacksonvile, Nov. 8. (Associated j
Press). A democratic recovery, but
not its full extent, was revealed in
last night's tabulations of far from
complete returns of Tuesday's gen general
eral general election. On the face of these
returns the democrats had definitely
gained twenty-eight members in the
House of Representatives and lost
none.
On the Senate side, Calder concedes
his defeat by Copeland in New York,
Edwards apparently has defeated
Frelinghuysen in New Jersey, Ralston
had a comfortable lead over Bever Bever-idge
idge Bever-idge in Indiana and in North Dakota,
O'Connor was running ahead of Fra Fra-ser,
ser, Fra-ser, a possible democratic gain of
four senators. The Ohio senatorial
race is close, but Fess apparently has
defeated Pomerene, while in Nebras Nebraska.
ka. Nebraska. Hitchcock concedes his defeat to
Howell, a democratic loss of two.
Some of the high lights as revealed
last night were:
Smith's unprecedented plurality
over Miller in the New York guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial race.
Senator Lodge's close shave in
Massachusetts. He was only slightly
ahead of Gaston, democrat.
Volstead was running behind Kvale
in Minnesota.
Carmi Thompson, President Hard Harding's
ing's Harding's candidate for governor of Ohio,
apparently has been defeated.
The Delaware senatorial race waa
so close as to make its outcome con-
jecturai.
A democratic landslide in Tennessee
headed by Peale's defeat of Taylor.
Alice Robertson defeated, as were
many other women in various states.
Mrs. Winifred M. Huck elected to
House from Illinois at large.
In Florida the returns came in very
slowly. The school tax, extra judges
and officers' salary amendments are
apparently issured of ratification on
the face of last night's returns.
Returns from only one-fifth of the
state's precincts show merely close closeness
ness closeness in the reapportionment fight
with the trend slightly favoring rati ratification.
fication. ratification. Of approximately 10,000
scattered votes from forty-six coun counties,
ties, counties, the amendment was leading by
500.
Riley showed little strength in last
night's returns and Cawthon's elec election
tion election is apparently assured.
.ILLINOIS VOTED A BONUS
Chicago, Nov. 8. By majorities of
more than three to one, Illinois voters
voted a $55,000,000 bonus to Illinois
soldiers in the World War yesterday
and also voted in favor of a return
to light wines and beer.
SOLID SOUTH AGAIN SOLID
Atlanta, Nov. 8. The solid South
is again a reality. Led by Tennessee,
where Governor Taylor, republican,
was defeated by Peay and Chairman
Hull, of the democratic national com
mittee, regained his seat in Congress,
the democrats drove out the republi republicans
cans republicans who gained a foothold two years
ago. The democrats increased their
congressional representation from
four to eight, reducing their oppo opponents
nents opponents from five to two. Two republi republican
can republican candidates were without opposU
tion. The ninth congressional district
of Virginia, republican for twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two years, returned a democratic con congressman.
gressman. congressman. CAWTHON AND THREE AMEND AMENDMENTS
MENTS AMENDMENTS CARRY
Jacksonville, Nov. 8. Latest re-
turns indicate the election of Cawthon
as state superintendent of public in-
struction. The fate of the reappor-
tionment amendment is in doubt, with
a elio-h lpnH in favor of ratification,
The other three amendment apparent apparently
ly apparently have carried by comfortable ma majorities.
jorities. majorities. BAYARD LEADS DUPONT
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 8. With
- i

twelve districts not heard from Bay Bayard,
ard, Bayard, democratic candidate for the
United States Senate, had a 363 lead
over DuPont, the republican candidate.
LITTLE MARGIN FOR LODGE
Boston, Mass., Nov. 8. Henry

Cabot Lodge held his lead of 3583
over his democratic opponent for the
Senate, Gaston, in returns from all
but thirteen election precincts in the
state.
DEMOCRATIC GAINS
HOUSE
IN THE
New York, Nov. 8. (Associated
Press). The Associated Press tabu tabulation
lation tabulation of the vote for the House of
Representatives showed at 8:30 this
morning that the democrats held
178 seats, the republicans 171 seats
and the socialists, one. Only twenty
states were then complete. Two hun hundred
dred hundred and eighteen members are re
quired for a majority in the lower
house of Congress.
VOLSTEAD IS LOSING
St. Paul, Nov. 8. (By Associated
Press) The defeat of Representative
Volstead, republican, and author of
the Volstead law, was indicated in re returns
turns returns available at 10:30 a. m. Rev.
O. J. Kvale, independent, is leading
by 1000 votes with more than half the
precincts in the district heard from.
FESS IS GAINING
Columbus, Nov. 8. Fess' lead over
Pomerene for the Senate was increas
ed to 11,000 with additional returns
this morning..
ILLINOIS DEMOCRATS AHEAD
Chicago, Nov. 8 Illinois democrats
increased their congressional delega delegation
tion delegation from three to at least seven on
the face of additional returns.
EDWARDS IS ELECTED
Newark, Nov. 8. Edwards over
whelmed Frelinghuysen, friend of
President Harding and administration
spokesman, in his race for the Senate.
Edwards is holding a two to. one lead.
Judge Silzer, a democrat, was elected
governor of New Jersey.
BEVERIDGE IS BEATEN
Indianapolis, Nov. 8. The election
of Ralston, democrat, to the Senate
over Beveridge is assured. Ralston
has a lead of 14,000 with two thou thousand
sand thousand of 3400 precincts in.
MICHIGAN MAY BE DEMOCRATIC
Detroit, Nov. 8. Michigan voters
yesterday apparently departed from
tradition and elected a democrat to
the Senate. Ferris is leading Senator
Townsend by 11,000 with only 800
precincts to report.
DUPONT DEFEATED
Wilmington, Nov. 8. Unofficial re returns
turns returns from all but four precincts in
Delaware give for the Senate: Bayard,
democrat, 39,333; DuPont, republican,
38,152.
CLOSE IN WASHINGTON
Seattle, Nov. 8.- 7or the Senate
Poindexter, republican, has 63,964,
and Dill, democrat, 68,503.
GASTON MAY GET LODGE'S GOAT
Boston, Nov. 8. With returns from
the state complete, Lodge has defeat defeated
ed defeated Gaston, democrat, by 1945 votes. A
i recount undoubtedly will be asked by
Gaston,
DEMOCRATIC GAINS IN THE FAR
i WEST
I
San Francisco, Nov. 8. The elec election
tion election of democratic governors oyer re republicans,
publicans, republicans, now occupying office, is con conceded
ceded conceded in Arizona and Oregon. Demo Democrats
crats Democrats are in the lead for congressional

SCHOOL FUND DEFICIT
REDUCED SLIGHTLY

IT MUST HOWEVER BE CUT DOWN MORE RAPIDLY OR SOME
OF THE SCHOOLS WILL HAVE TO CLOSE

The school fund deficit was reduced f
Monday, the 6th, $783.62.
Yesterday, the 7th, the reduction
amounted to $482.71.
The present deficit now stands
$27,957.63. Until this amount is rais raised,
ed, raised, the county school board is unable
to pay its teachers and other em employes.
ployes. employes. seats now held by republicans in Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon and Utah.
Hawaii for the first time elected a
democratic delegate to Congress.
REPUBLICANS WERE KNOCKED
GALLEY WEST
New York, Nov. 8. (By Associated
Press). Swept before the rising tide
of democratic victories in many states
the tremendous republican majorities
piled up in the Harding landslide of
two years ago were knocked right and
left in yesterday's election. The re republican
publican republican majorities in the House and
Senate were sharply reduced, but re republican
publican republican managers declared they
would not be wiped out. At noon th
two parties were tied with 178 each in
the race for the necessary majority of
218 to control the House and it be
came apparent the deciding votes were
yet to come in from the west and
middle west.
MONDELL IN DANGER
Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 8. Frank
Mondell, republican floor leader in the
House and for more than a quarter of
a century almost continually in Con Congress,
gress, Congress, apparently was defeated for the
Senate by Senator Kendrick, demo democratic
cratic democratic incumbent. Returns from half
of the state give Kendrick 3500 lead.
FARM LABOR TO THE FRONT
St. Paul, Nov. 8. Shipstead, the
farmer-labor candidate for the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, is leading Kellogg, republican,
by more than 27,000, with one-third
of the state returns in.
WEST VIRGINIA DEMOCRATIC
Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 8. Re Returns
turns Returns from three-fourths of the state
for senator, give Neely, democrat, a
12,000 lead over Senator Sutherland,
republican.
BAYARD BEAT DUPONT
Wilmington, Nov. 8. Complete re returns
turns returns show that Bayard, democrat,
was elected to the Senate over Sena Senator
tor Senator Coleman DuPont, republican, by
a majority of 1300.
DEMOCRAT LEADS IN MONTANA
Helena, Mont, Nov. 8. Burton
Wheeler, democrat, is maintaining his
lead over Carl Riddick, in the race for
the Senate. With 600 precincts re reported
ported reported Wheeler is leading by 14,000.
BANKS WILL BE CLOSED
Saturday, Nov. 11th, being Armis Armistice
tice Armistice Day, the undersigned banks will
be closed for business that day.
Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank.
Ocala National Bank.
Commercial Bank. 8-3t
OLYPHANT MINE HAD
A FATAL ACCIDENT
Harrisburg, Pa., Nov. 8. Five men
were killed and two injured in an ac accident
cident accident today in the Olyphant mine
of the Hudson Coal Company.

ALL INTERESTED

SHOULD ATTEND
The Big Meeting of Truck Growers
To Be Held in Ocala
Nov. 16
A big meeting of the fmxx growers
will be held in Ocala 7ext Thursday
afternoon, Nov. 16th, s"i 2:30 o'clock,
in the court house. Addresses on co cooperative
operative cooperative marketing and nation-wide
distribution of products will be made
by two of the forerwost advocates of
the co-operative movement Mr. J. S.
Edwards, of California, and Mr. A. R.
Rule, of New York, president and gen general
eral general manager, respectively, of the
Federated Fruit and Vegetable Grow Growers,
ers, Growers, Inc. On January 1st the federat federated
ed federated newly organized grower con controlled,
trolled, controlled, non-stock, non-profit, nation nationwide
wide nationwide distributing agency will become
the marketing medium of the Amerl-.
can Farm Bureau Federation. Mr.
Edwards is a director of the Califor California
nia California Fruit Growers Exchange and
president of the Gold Buckle Orange
Association of Redlands, Cal., and Mr.
Rule was former vice president and
general manager of the North Ameri American
can American Fruit Exchange.
Every truck grower in Marion coun county
ty county and especially the tomato and wa watermelon
termelon watermelon growers, are urged to hear
these addresses. The meeting will not
be an organizing meeting but will be
held simply to get before the growers
the facts concerning the great co cooperative
operative cooperative movement which is now
sweeping through the United States.
The growers of adjoining counties
will be invited to attend.
Believing that the bankers and bus business
iness business men in particular are vitally in interested
terested interested in the co-operative move
ment, Mr. Edwards and Mr. Rule will
address a meeting of the bankers,
business men and women, county
agents, commercial secretaries and
growers at a supper Thursday night
at 7:30. Invitations are being sent
out to the bankers, county agents and
commercial secretaries of the adjoin
ing counties to be the guests of the
Marion County Chamber of Commerce
at the supper. Otherwise everyone
attending will be asked to pay for his
own supper. Tickets will be sold at
one dollar per plate and can be obtain obtained
ed obtained from the Chamber of Commerce,
Mr. K. C. Moore or from a committee
to be named for handling them.
Mr. Edwards and Mr. Rule are men
of national reputation. They will ad address
dress address growers in only two places in
Florida. It is therefore, a very un unusual
usual unusual opportunity for the growers in
this part of Florida to become posted
on co-operative marketing.
CABINET CONSIDERS THE
NEAR EAST CRISIS
London, Nov. 8. (By Associated
Press). A special meeting of the
cabinet was called for tonight to con-
sider the near eastern crisis. Gen-
eral Kavan, chief imperial general
of staff, was summoned to the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The Near Eastern situation never
seems to get so bad that it can't grow
worse. Weston Leader.
Advertise in the Evening Star.

DEMOCRATS

UP THE
MEFFERT IS FAR AHEAD OF Mc Mc-LEOD
LEOD Mc-LEOD First Three Amendments Evidently
Carried; Reapportionment
Is In Doubt
In giving these returns by pre-1
cincts, the Ocala precinct will have to
serve as an index, as we have not the
time to write the others out so fully.
For the Ocala precinct we print each
candidate's name and the office he is
running for, also his politics unless
he is a democrat. With the exception
of Lawson, republican candidate for
United States senator, and E. C. Mc Mc-Leod,
Leod, Mc-Leod, candidate for county commis commissioner,
sioner, commissioner, all the candidates are demo democrats.
crats. democrats. Cawthon and Riley are demo
crats, but ran against each other on
petition. With the precincts follow following
ing following Ocala, we can give only the name
and the vote, but our people will have
no trouble in understanding this ar
rangement.
Ocala Precinct
United States Senator: Park Tram
mell, 325; W. C. Lawson, republican,)
39. Trammell's majority, 286.
Representative in Congress: Frank
Clark, 336.
State Superintendent of Public In Instruction:
struction: Instruction: W. S. Cawthon, 187; B. R.
Riley, 149. Cawthon's majority, 38.
Justices Supreme Court: Jefferson
B. Browne, 283. R. F. Taylor, 270.
Railroad Commissioners: R. Hudson
Burr, 281. A. D. Campbell, 266.
State Senator Twentieth District;
N. J. Wicker, 325.
Members House of Representatives:
Fred R. Hocker, 335. Nathan Mayo,
335. R. A. Burford (complimentary) 1.
For Members Board of County
Commissioners: District 1. R. B.
Meffert, democrat, 292; E. C. McLeod,
independent, 85. Meffert's majority,
207. District 2, E. B. Weathers, 308.
District 3, J. M. Douglas, 307. Dis District
trict District 4, E. L. Mills, 394. District 5,
E. H. Hopkins, 277.
Members Board of Public Instruc
tion: District 1, W. D. Cam, 317. W.
T. Gary, (complimentary), 1. District
2, C. R. Veal, 293. District 3, J. N.
Simmons, 280.
Constitutional Amendments: For
school districts, yes, 217; no, 82. For
additional circuit judges, yes, 198;
no, 77. For pay state officials' sal salaries
aries salaries monthly, yes, 226; no, 54. For
reapportionment, yes, 149; no, 140.
Anthony
Lawson, 4; Trammell, 51. Clark,
52. Cawthon, 22. Riley, 23. Wicker,
42. Hocker, 47; Mayo, 45. McLeod,
22; Meffert, 36. Weathers, 41; Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, 36; Mills, 34; Hopkins, 42. Cam,
46; Veal, 39; Simmons, 43. School
amendment, yes, 20; no, 21. Judiciary,
yes, 3; no, 30. Salaries, yes, 13; no,
24. Reapportionment, yes, 11; no, 24.
Blitchton
McLeod, 2; Meffert, 16.
Emathla
Lawson, 1; Trammell, 10. Clark,
11. Cawthon, 5; Riley, 6
Hocker, 10; Mayo, 11.
Wicker, 10.
McLeod, 8;
! Meffert, 3; Weathers, 11; Douglas, 10;
Mills, 10; Hopkins, 10. Cam, 10; Veal,
9; Simmons, 9. Amendments; schools,
yes, 4; no, 6. Salaries, yes, 4; no, 6.
Reapportionment, yes, 4; no, 6.
Dunnellon
Lawson, 2; Trammell, 43. Clark,
45. Cawthon, 37; Riley, 9. McLeod,
13; Meffert, 28. Weathers, 41; Dons Dons-las,
las, Dons-las, 38; Mills, 38; Hopkins, 39. Cam,

SUMMING

VOTE

IN MARION COUNTY

40; VeaL 42; Simmons, 34. Amend Amendments:
ments: Amendments: Schools, yes, 31; no, 12. Judi Judicial,
cial, Judicial, yes, 21; no, 14. Salaries, yes,
29; no, 8. Reapportionment, yes, 13;
no, 24.
Lake Wear
Lawson, 1; Trammell, 19. Clark, 19.
Cawthon, 8; Riley, 11. Wicker, 19.
Hocker, 20; Mayo, 18. McLeod, 4;
Meffert, 16. Weathers, 16; Douglas,
19; Mills, 18; Hopkins, 18. Cam, 19;
Veal, 18; Simmons, 19. Amendments:
Schools, yes, 4; no, 8. Judiciary, yes,
9; no, 3. Salaries, yes, 10; no, 3. Re Reapportionment,
apportionment, Reapportionment, yes, 9; no, 4.
Moss Bluff
Lawson, 2; Trammell, 19. Clark, 21.
Cawthon, 15; Riley, 2. Wicker, 16.
Hocker, 19; Mayo, 17. McLeod, 17;
Meffert, 14. Weathers, 16; Douglas,
17; Mills, 18; Hopkins, 15. Cam, 17;
Veal, 16; Simmons, 17. Amendments:
Schools, yes, 2; no, 15. Judiciary, yes,
1; no, 13. Salaries, yes, 2; no, 12; Re Reapportionment,
apportionment, Reapportionment, yes, 3; no, 12.
Rcddick
Lawson, 2; Trammell, 37. Clark, 40.
Iawinon, nney, J.. wiCKer, HI.
Hocker, 37; Mayo, 36. McLeod, 10;
Meffert, 27. Weathers, 31; Douglas,
28; Mills, 27; Hopkins, 37. Cam, 32;
VeaL 32; Simmons, 31. Amendments:
Schools, yes, 15; no, 10. Judiciary,
yes, 13; no, 13. Salaries, no, 5. Re Reapportionment,
apportionment, Reapportionment, yes, 12.
Mcintosh
Trammell, 43. Clark, 42. Cawthon,
30; Riley, 9. Wicker, 36. Hocker, 37;
Mayo, 37. McLeod, 23; Meffert, 18.
Weathers, 37; Douglas, 37; Mills, 37;
Hopkins, 39. Cam, 39; Veal, 37;
Simmons, 36. Amendments: Schools,
yes, 17; no, 16. Judiciary, yes, 14;
no, 14. Salaries, yes, 23; no, 9. Re Reapportionment,
apportionment, Reapportionment, yes, 23; no, 6.
Kendrick
Lawson, 8; Trammell, 18. Clark, 23.
Cawthon, 11; Riley, 11. Wicker, 19.
Hocker, 19; Mayo, 22. McLeod, 23;
Meffert, 6. Weathers, "21; Douglas,
20; Mills, 20; Hopkins, 19. Cam, 17;
Veal, 15; Simmons, 16. Amendments:
Schools, yes, 9; no, 9. Judiciary, yes,
5; no, 11. Salaries, yes, 7; no, 10. Re Reapportionment,
apportionment, Reapportionment, yes, 6; no, 10.
Romeo
Trammell, 12. Clark, 12. Wicker, 12.
Hocker, 11; Mayo, 10. McLeod, 6;
Meffert, 3. Weathers, 7; Douglas, 8;
Mills, 10; Hopkins, 10. Cam, 9; VeaL
11; Simmons, 8. Amendments:
Schools, yes, 1; no, 6. Judiciary, no,
8. Salaries, yes, 7; no, 3. Reappor Reapportionment,
tionment, Reapportionment, yes, 2; no, 6.
Graham ville, 3 majority for Meffert.
Summerfield McLeod, 1; Meffert,
21-
Candler McLeod, 5; Meffert, 13.
Fort McCoy McLeod, 28; Meffert,
6.
Orange Springs McLeod, 3; Mef Meffert,
fert, Meffert, 8.
Returns from fifteen precincts give
McLeod 253 and Meffert 606, beside
a majority of three rotes at Graham Graham-ville.
ville. Graham-ville. ANOTHER REPUBLICAN
OUTBREAK IN IRELAND
London, Nov. 8. Irish republican
forces in Dublin opened a heavy fire
on the Wellington military barracks
at 9:30 this morning and the casual
ties are believed to have been numer numerous.
ous. numerous. Fighting continues.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1922

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The State Fair at Jacksonville be begins
gins begins Friday, Nov. 17, and lasts until
Nov. 25. It promises to be better
than ever, and it is to be hoped Mar Marion
ion Marion will be well represented in the attendance.

The East Side Levy County Com Community
munity Community Fair at Williston begins to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and will last until Saturday.
Judging by the program in the Wil Williston
liston Williston papers, it will be a most at attractive
tractive attractive event. We hope it will be
largely attended from Marion county.
The Alachua County Fair at Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville opens next Tuesday, to last for
four days, and a large number of
Marion county people will attend it,
as usual. The manager of the fair
this year is Malcolm Williams, a Mar Marion
ion Marion county boy, who removed to
Gainesville a few years ago. A good
many of Vs W friends will go over
to Gainesville next week to see how
he is coming out as a fair manager.
Talking about lairs, It is time ev everybody
erybody everybody in Marlon county are think thinking
ing thinking about out own fair, which opens
on the 26th of this month and ends
Dec. 1st. Not much has been said
about the fair, but we understand the
officers and many public-spirited citi citizens
zens citizens are busily at work. It is a pe peculiarity
culiarity peculiarity of Marion county fairs that
they spring up and assemble them themselves
selves themselves in a few days. Such has been
the program of the last few fairs, and
they have all been good.
The proportion of women voters in
Ocala precinct in Tuesday's election
was about twenty per cent.
Our state officials must be popular
in Ocala. The amendment to pay
them their salaries monthly instead
of quarterly led the other three by a
large majority.
A complimentary vote for R. A.
Burford for member of the lower
house of the legislature was cast in
Ocala in Tuesday's election. If we
could fill the legislature for just one
term with men like Mr. Burford, they
would do the state twenty-five million
dollars worth of good.
In the Ocala' precinct, only four ne negroes
groes negroes voted in Tuesday's election.
There can be but one reason why the
negroes didn't vote, and that was
TOWN PESTS
The Asr'iit invades your Office oi
Home with as much Assurance as th
Kaiser entered Belgium and Fixes
ou with his Hypnotic Eye while he
Puts Over a P.arrage of Oratory, uses
ip your Time, gre.s your M.ney and
ivlshes Something onto you that you
nelrher Need nor Want. Why are
a.euts?

that they did not want to. They could i
easily have turned out in force and i
given Lawson, republican candidate
for senator at least four hundred

votes, but they didn't care to take the
trouble. There are many similar in instances
stances instances in the South, and collectively
they give northern republicans the ex excuse
cuse excuse to say the republican vote in the
South is suppressed.
EIGHT YEARS AGO
Nov. 8, 1914. The German cruiser
Emden, which had been playiner havoc
with Allied shipping in the Pacific and
Indian oceans, was sunk by the Aus- J
tralian cruiser, Sydney, near Cocos
Island in the Bay of Bengal today.
The Emden's guns were outranged by
those of her opponent and the Ger German
man German loss in killed and wounded was
heavy.
Starting in to construct a business
upon the capital of non-cautious stock
buyers, that Export Motors proposi proposition
tion proposition at Jacksonville is once more in
the limelight. This time there seems
to be some property which was not
"absorbed" by the Atlanta firm
which was supposed to make good to
the trusting investors in the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville plant, and there is a threat to
have the same sold by the sheriff. The
people of Florida have been swindled
in so many ways that it would appear
impossible to devise and introduce any
new plan to separate them from their
cash. Palatka News.
Some of the stock is yet held in
Marion county and we understand the
owners of it think more of it than
they do of Confederate money.
Ocala voted in the affirmative for
all four amendments. For the school
amendment, yes, 217; no, 82. For the
judicial amendment, yes, 198; no, 77.
For paying state officials their sal salaries
aries salaries monthly instead of quarterly,
yes, 226; no, 54. For reapportion reapportionment,
ment, reapportionment, yes, 149; no, 140. Over sixty
voters out of 377 did not mark their
ballots either yes or no for the amend amendments.
ments. amendments. We understand that some of the
highups of the republican party in
Florida have been claiming Ocala was
a republican town. In Tuesday's elec election,
tion, election, W. C. Lawson, republican candi candidate
date candidate for United States senator, re received
ceived received thirty-nine votes. Senator
Trammell received 325. We hope this
result will rid the republican bosses
of their erroneous idea.
The apex of human uselessness is
the man who doesn't take the trouble
to go to the polls, and then after elec election
tion election remarks: "What is this country
coming to, anyhow ? Collier's
Weekly.
Respectfully refered to about 200
democratic voters in Ocala precinct,
who failed to vote Tuesday.
WORDS FROM THE WISE
Old age seizes upon an ill-spent
youth like fire upon a rotten house.
South.
He is a hero, who conquers his own
passions and Is master over himself.
Louis 11. Xotkin.
Truth, like the sun, submits to be
obscured; but, like the sun, only for
a time. Bovee.
When a thief has no opportunity
for stealing, he considers himself an
honest man. Talmud.
Retirement Is the penitence and
punishment of the fool, the paradise of
the wise and good. R. Lucas.
Friendship Is the scarlet thread let
down from the windows of heaven to
bind human hearts together. Anony Anonymous.
mous. Anonymous. WHY SHE MARRIES HIM
Fear of being an old maid.
To keep some other girl from get getting
ting getting him.
Anxiety to connect with a permanent
meal ticket.
To reform him.
Because she thinks he has money.
Because she hasn't any better sense.
Because she thinks she is In love
with him.
Because he Is her last chance.
And Just because. Exchange.
BY THE OFFICE OWL
Give the devil his due, but don't
overdo It.
Many a man is stilted though not
very high up.
A man's credit Is usually good when
he doesn't need it.
Look within for happiness. Trou Troubles
bles Troubles will come without being looked
for.
Advertise in the Evening Star.

STORIES OF
QREAT INDIANS
By Elmo Scott Watson

Copyright, H22, Wetera Newspaper tn.ot
COCHISE, WHO TRUSTED ONLY
ONE WHITE MAN
IF THE white man believed all
Apaches "red devils." It will be in interesting
teresting interesting to know Cochise's opinion of
his pale-faced brothers. It could not
have been high. Back in 1S37 a party
of trappers invited some of his people
to a feast, and then calmly murdered
them. The governor of Chihuahua
was offering $100 for every Apache
scalp and the trappers needed money.
But Cochise had a more personal
grievance. He had been friendly to
the Americans until 1S61, when he
went into an army camp under a flag
of truce to deny that his people, the
Chirlcahuas, had stolen a white boy.
The council was a long one and the of officer
ficer officer In command became convinced
that Cochise and his chiefs were lying.
Turning to a sergeant he snapped, "Ar "Arrest
rest "Arrest 'em !" In a second the council
tent was a whirlpool of action. Co Cochise's
chise's Cochise's brother was killed and four
chiefs made prisoner. Cochise cut his
way through the canvas tent and es escaped
caped escaped In the darkness with three bul bullets
lets bullets in his body. As for the four chiefs
they were hanged.
Cochise went on the warpath. Iu
the words of Capt. John G. Bourke:
"For the next ten years he made Ari Arizona
zona Arizona and New Mexico and the north northern
ern northern parts of Sonora and Chihuahua
about the liveliest places on God's
footstool." The account, if put down
by a treasury expert, would read
something like this:
Dr. The United States to Cochise,
to one brother killed while "resisting
arrest."
Cr. By ten thousand (10,000) men.
women and children killed, wounded
or tortured to death, scared out of
their senses or driven out of the coun country,
try, country, their wagons or pack trains de destroyed,
stroyed, destroyed, ranches burned and all Indus Industrial
trial Industrial development stopped.
But there was one white man whom
Cochise respected. This was Capt.
Thomas Jonathan Jeffords, owner of a
freighting outfit. Cochise had burned
Jeffords' wagon trains and in retalia retaliation
tion retaliation the captain had killed many
Apache warriors. Finally deciding
that it was time for a truce, Jeffords
boldly entered Cochlse'.s stronphold In
the Dragoon mountains and convinced
the astonished chief that both would
benefit by calling off their war. So
they made a verbal peace treaty and
became warm friends.
Later, through Jeffords' influence,
Cochise settled upon a reservation.
There, June 8, 1874, he died peaceful peacefully,
ly, peacefully, a singular anti-climax to the career
of a man whose warlike activities had
once devastated an ejnrjlm
STORIES OF
QREAT INDIANS
By Elmo 5coH Walson
Copright, 1922, Western Newspaper Cnlon.
SPOTTED TAIL, SIOUX FRIEND
OF THE WHITE MAN
SINTE GALESHKA (Spotted Tail)
his people of the Brule Sioux
called him. 'The White Man's Friend,"
was the name given him by some of
bis enemies among the Dakotas, who
regarded him as a trimmer and a
traitor; but to the whites who bene benefited
fited benefited by his friendliness he is affection affectionately
ately affectionately remembered as "Old Spot"
Spotted Tall had not always been
their friend. In his youth he had
been the terror of the Oregon trail.
He won his place among the great
road agents by robbing the Klncaid
stage coach of $20,000. After the de defeat
feat defeat of the Brules by General Harney
at the Battle of Ash Hollow, Neb., in
1865, Spotted Tail and two other
chiefs, arrayed In their war costumes
and chanting their death songs, rode
Into Fort Laramie to give themselves
up as hostages that their people might
be spared. The chief was held pris prisoner
oner prisoner for two years and he profited by
this opportunity to learn the ways of
the white man.
Although he became an advocate of
peace, his policy of conciliation was
not one of servility. Once when the
government had failed to keep its
promise to return the Brules to their
ancestral home, the commissioner of
Indian affairs came to confer with
Spotted Tall. Rushing up to that offi official
cial official the Brule exclaimed: "All of the
men who come from Washington are
liars and the bald-headed ones are the
worst. You have but one thing to do
and that is to give the order for us to
return to White Clay creek. If this is
not done Inside of ten days I will or order
der order my young men to tear down and
burn up everything in this part of the
country." The chief had 4.000 warrinrs
to back up his threat and the order
was given. Another time he said to a
commissioner: "I hear you have come
to move us. We have been moved five
times. I think you had better put the
Indians on wheels and then you can
run them about wherever you wish."
During the war of 1S76-77 Spotted
Tall performed his greatest service for
the whites. He restrained the major majority
ity majority of the Brules from going on the
warpath and he brought about the
final surrender of his nephew, Crazy
Horse. For this he w as given the hon honorary
orary honorary title of chief of all the Sioux
and the pay of a lieutenant In the reg regular
ular regular army.
But as head chief he proved to be a
tyrant. His last high-handed act wa
stealing the wife of another chief for
which Chief Crow Dog, a relative of
the injured husband, on August 6,
1S1, killed the great Brule.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1922

THE FIRST AND THE LAST:
( am the flrst, and I am the last: and
Resides me there la no God. . Ii
(here a God besides me? yea, there la
o God: I know not any. Isaiah 44:
t. 8.
"Another Nash." 6tl
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Scld at the Court
Pharmacy. tf
Albert's Plant rood is the thing for
making your flower gaiden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c. and 10c. packages and y2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf

Plumbing & Electrical
Contracting

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

Needham Motor Co.

OCALA OBSERVANCES

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

If you have any news item 3 for this
department, phone five-one.

(Evening Star Nov. 7, 1902)
Word reached the Star office this
morning that County Commissioner
E. L. Wartmann of Citra captured a

white coon last night near that town
Mr. Reese Hunnicut left yesterday and that he take il to Lake City
afternoon for Atlanta, where he will f or a mascot.
visit his grandfather. j Miss Janet Priest, the charming
lard accomplished daughter of Mr. G.
We call the attention of the dancing Priest, was in town today. Miss Janet

set to the receipt of a shipment of 1 15 teaching school at Shady.

patent kid lace dancing oxfords.
RHEINAUER & CO. 8-3t

Open stock china with fancy pieces
to match, beautiful new design, at
THE BOOK SHOP. 4-3t

Mrs. Anna Holder will entertain at
auction on Saturday afternoon at her
home, complimenting Mrs. Seabury

Stanton of New Bedford, Mass., who
is visiting, Mrs. Norton Davis.

Kii?"'..tttttrrot:;rrm

C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS

AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipmeat
Office Phoue 350. Ocala, Fla.
Residence Pbor.e 305
217 W. Broadway

K
11

Ktsspmmtt r.:imminmw

rasisi

A Word
To the Wise!

There's a time for all things.
It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The
fall season's here and a paint
job done now will stay a year.
Bring your car to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
them.

SPENCER PEDRICK
MOTOR CO.

PHONE 8

BIB

"Another Nash." 6tl

Open stock china with fancy pieces

to match, beautiful new design, at
THE BOOK SHOP. 4-3t

We call the attention of the dancing

set to the receipt of a shipment of
patent kid lace dancing oxfords.
RHEINAUER & CO. 8-3t

Mrs. J. W. Dumas and her guest,

Mrs. T. F. Fay of New York, left this

morning by motor for a week's stay
at Daytona Beach. They will be join

ed for the week-end by Mr. Dumas
and Mr. Fay.

Our fast friend, Peter L. Durisoe,

of Conner, will acceDt the thanks of

the editor of the Star for a jar of posted on all market conditions and

the sale of a car of stuff, ships it to
consignee sending a draft to his bank
for collection together with the bill of
lading. He doesn't get the car releas released
ed released to him till the draft is paid.
Usually associations make contracts
withlarge selling agencies to repre represent
sent represent them in a large number of mar markets.
kets. markets. These agencies have salesmen
to personally call upon the retailers
and make sales and look after claims.
They are posted on the reliability
of the retailers, etc., and few losses
are ever sustained. These salesmen
also keep the association manager

For rent, the best location in town

for a grocery business; corner store.
Apply to "E," Star office. ll-2-5t

very fine cane syrup. He sold a bar-

rell of syrup of the same quality to

the Alliance Store.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star, Nov. 7, 1902)
Rev. N. B. Plummer who for sev seventeen
enteen seventeen years has been the pastor of
the Baptist church at Anthony, has
resigned to the regret of the entire
congregation.
Rev. Robt. F. Rogers of Lynne has
been called to the Baptist church at
Anthony to take Rev. Plummer's
place.
Mrs. J. R. Martin expects to arrive
home tomorrow from Atlanta with her
son, W. M. Martin, who has been lil
in the hospital since Oct. 11th.
Miss Annie Davis will be in charge
of the woman's department of the

fair and that fact will go far towards
insuring the success of that depart department.
ment. department. Miss Davis is one of Ocala's
most accomplished young ladies, pro proficient
ficient proficient in domestic science and pos possesses
sesses possesses the artistic ability of arrang arranging
ing arranging the articles from the home as
only a woman can.

THE BOOK SHOP is showing three

patterns in open stock china. 4-3t

The ladies of the American Legion

Auxiliary are working hard to make
their card party on the afternoon of

the 17th a success. Don't foreet to

reserve your tables. Mrs. Edmund

Martin has charge of the tables and

will gladly save one for you.

MARKETING FARM PRODUCTS

prices by daily wires. This enables

the association manager to become

the best posted man in the country

on his commidity; and he fixes the
price, and quotes out his stuff intelligently.

The system enables the grower to

stay at home and attend to the pick

ing and handling. He knows that his

own association is grading, packing,
shipping and selling his stuff. In

this way alone an association will pay

his dues. He can see the. records of

his stuff on his association books and
can keep posted on markets as often
as he sends to the packing house. If
things go wrong, it is his association

and he can go to his neighbor director
and find out homething.

OUR PHONES
243 and 174
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
YOURS FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

"WORSE THAN PAIN"!

Louisiana Lady Says See Has "Ner "Ner-er
er "Ner-er Found Anything Better Than
Cardui for a Run-Down
Condition."

PICTURE FRAMING
Our picture iraming department is
again open, ixew mourning and sup supplies
plies supplies have been put in and we are pre prepared
pared prepared to make up and deliver on short
notice.
sat-wed GEORGE MacKAY & CO.

PRIVATE SCHOOL

"Another Nash." 6tf
The regular monthly meeting of
the Parent-Teacher Association will
be held Thursday afternoon at four

o'clock at the high school building.

Dr. T. K. Slaughter of Summerfield,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bateman of Mcin

tosh, Lester R. Wheeler of Moss Bluff,

R. L. Clyburn of Summerfield, W. J.
Crosby of Citra and Mrs. H. Gatrell
of Fairfield, were out of town business
visitors Tuesday.

Open stock dinner set with fancy
pieces to match. THE BOOK SHOP.

THE BOOK SHOP is showing three
patterns in open stock china. 4-3t

SASH

ttnanma

DOOR

Geo. MacKay X Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

im:tHM'MlllMM

Miss Katherine Pyles, manager of

the Marion County Creamery, asks
the Star to announce that all products
are sold for cash only, as the volume
of the business does not warrant th
employment of a bookkeeper. She is
also very anxious to have any dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction reported to her at once,
as it is her desire to give absolute
satisfaction to all customers at all
times.

We sell VEGEX. Farmers Exchange
Store. Phone 163. 24-12t

RENEWED TESTIMONY

No one in Ocala who suffers back backache,
ache, backache, headache, or distressing urinary
ills can afford to ignore thi3 Ocala
man's twice-told story. It is confirm confirmed
ed confirmed testimony that no Ocala resident
can doubt.
V. Mrasek, Prop, tin shop, 210 Os Osceola
ceola Osceola St., Ocala, says: "When I was
living in Memphis, Tenn., a number
of years ago I suffered with weak kid kidneys
neys kidneys and backache. My kidneys acted
too often and the secretions apepared
abnormal. My back grew more pain painful
ful painful every day and I could hardly do
any lifting or stooping. I felt weak
and depressed until someone advised
me to try Doan's Kidney Pills. I used
Doan's and in a few days I was help helped.
ed. helped. They soon cured me of the trou trouble
ble trouble and I haven't had any recurrence
of it since." (Statement given April
16, 1918).
NEARLY FOUR YEARS LATER,
or on March 17, 1922, Mr. Mrasek
added: "The cure that I mentioned in
my former statement has been per

manent.

Open stock dinner set with fancy
pieces to match. THE BOOK SHOP.

Mr. D. W. Tompkins has taken tha
agency for Marion county for a de device
vice device which he hopes to sell every
friend of his who drives an auto. It
registers the speed of any make of
car. At twenty miles it displays a
green light, at thirty a blue light, at
forty a red light and at fifty a mech mechanism
anism mechanism is released which starts a phon phonograph
ograph phonograph playing "Nearer, My God' to
Thee." He says something usually
transpires before the song is completed.

Mrs. J. Harry Walters entertained
yesterday afternoon at her home a
number of her friends at auction.
This delightful affair was the second
of a series of auction parties. For
both occasions the attractive home
was further enhanced-with bowls and
vases of flowers, and as the guests ar arrived
rived arrived they were welcomed informally

' by the hostess. Auction was enjoyed

I have enjoyed fine health during the afternoon and later, after

and have been able to work every day. J four rounds of this fascinating game
I owe it all to Doan's." was enioved. the scores were collected

60c. at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 8

(K. C. Moore, County Agent)
There have been a number of re
quests for information on how the co

operative selling associations are now

successfully operating. In the first
place they are composed only of bona

fide growers of the crop that they or organize
ganize organize to market. The officers and di-

retcors are farmers; except that the
business manager may or may not be

a farmer. They are non-stock cor corporations.
porations. corporations. In this way moneyed in interests
terests interests that might want to control it
cannot buy up any stock, and get con control.
trol. control. There is one central organization
whose policies, contracts, etc., are
made by a board of directors. These
directors are not elected from the
membership at large in a general
mass meeting, but are elected by
groups of shippers from among them themselves.
selves. themselves. These groups center around
the packing houses or shipping points,
and are sometimes called locals of the
association or exchange. In other
words each local elects its own direc director
tor director from among its own people, and
nc "slate" Can be put out in a big
meeting to get control.
Since there is no stock sold and all
businesses must have capital to ope operate
rate operate on, a per acre dues is usually

charged for admission and member membership.
ship. membership. This is fixed high enough to
cover expense of business manage management,
ment, management, such as salaries of business
manager, bookkeeper and stenogra stenographers,
phers, stenographers, stationery, telegrams, office
rent, etc. As a rule the amount of
the dues is more than saved in the co
operative purchase of supplies for
growing and packing the crop, to say
nothing of the average higher prices
received. Where products must be
packed there are packing house
charges that are usually less than
non-members have to pay. Each local
operates its own packing house, and

the costs depend upon the efficiency of

the local. However, the packing house
charges are usually fixed at a figure

above the best estimates of what the
cost will be so as to take care of any

contingency that might arise to in
creast costs.

At the end of the shipping season
the actual cost is figured out, and a
division of funds or rebate is made to
growers on the basis of the amount

of stuff he has had packed out and

shipped, or a local may vote to hold

the funds to put into purchase of

packing house, crates, etc.

The main office of the association

keeps in close touch with the local

houses and knows just what is expect

ed to be loaded each day. The pro

duct is graded by expert men employ

ed by the manager of the whole asso

ciation and who are responsible to
him. The grades are carefully made
and records kept. These records are

on file forinspection by members of

the association. Also all sales re

cords are on file, and can be inspected

by members only.
Market quotations are usually sent

All grades, day and night classes.
Special coaching. For appointment
phone 277. Mrs. Jennie Cassil, 820
East Third street. 2-6t

NOTICE OF REMOVAL
I have moved my shoe repair shop
to Gold street, east of the Anthony
road. I am better prepared than
ever before to give you good service.
Those in need of my services will
please bring in their work and call

for same. H. H. SUMMERLIN,
11-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer.

Morgan City, La. "It would be hard
for me to tell how much benefit I have
derived from the use of Cardui," said

NOTICE OF AMENDMENTS TO
CHARTER OF MARION COUNTY
HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION

Notice is hereby given that the
MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL. ASSO ASSOCIATION
CIATION ASSOCIATION will apply to the Honorable
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion county, at his office in Ocala,
Florida, on the 2nd day of December,
1922, to approve amendments to Sec Sections
tions Sections 1. 6. 9 and 10 of Its Charter, so
that the said sections shall read as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Section 1. The name of this cor corporation,
poration, corporation, which corporation is not for

Mrs. I. G. Bowman, of 1319 Front Street. P?ir A Marion general,

this city.
"I was so run-down in health I could
hardly go. I was thin. 1 had no

appetite. Could not rest or sleep well

ed in Ocala, Florida."

"Section 6. The affairs of this cor corporation
poration corporation shall be managed toy the
President. Secretary and TTpasnroT-

and a board of seven managers, known

1 was SO weak, and SO very nervous, 1 as the Board of Managers. The Presi-

was no pleasure to myself.

dent, Secretary and Treasurer shall be

... rt j ... a. - ""a'up iw w

"l sunerca some pain, out inc woni elected at tfce annual meeting- of the
f mv trouhle was from hein? so weak t mem-bers of this corporation, which
Ol my irouoic was irora oemj sq wca armual meeting shall be held on the
and easy to get tired and Out O art. j second Tuesday after the first day of

nr(. -"I' t" wi. eaco year; vacancies on tne
wuic Board of Managers may be filled until
'the next annual meetlne of the Asso

ciation by the vote of the majority of

"This nervous condition

than pain.
"Some one told me of Cardui, and I

decided to use it.

the remaining managers."

"section The highest amount of

"After imincr few bottles I regained 1 eDleaness or "aD11"y to which this
Aner using a rew uomes, I rcgainea corporation may at any time subject
my Strength. I wasn't SO nervous, and itself shall be Ten Thousand Dollars;
began to eat and sleep, and grew j provided, however, that this
stronger and was soon well. W1'? subject itself to spe-
, . ... 'cined bonded or mortgage Indebtedness
I have never found anything better not exceeding Twenty Thousand Dol Dol-for
for Dol-for a run-down Condition." ilars. in addition to the said Ten Thou-
If yousuffer as this Louisiana lady did, JSSm?gn?.Sr .tJXSffi &JE
you, too, should find Cardui helpful for j and equipping and furnishing a build build-VOUrtroubles.
VOUrtroubles. build-VOUrtroubles. in& or buildings to be used in connec-
' . ... ,-., mp ui tion wlth or as a VaJrt of its HoslntaJ.
Get a bottle Of Cardui, today. NC-l44ian1 for the purpose of refunding and

cuscr.argmg any bonded or mortgage

Vacation and business trips to the

north as made on Merchants and

Miners steamers from Jacksonville to

Baltimore or Philadelphia will be

found most satisfactory. It

NOTICE
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 471.
E Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 16-tf

We can supply your wants in the
fresh meat, poultry and vegetable line
on short notice. Try us. Phone 108.
Main Street Market. 1-tf

indebtedness existing at the time of
the approval of this amendment, or

tor any one or more of the above pur purposes.'
poses.' purposes.' "Section 10. The amount and value
of the real estate which this corpora corporation
tion corporation may hold subject to the approval
of the Circuit Judge shall be FORTY
THOUSAND DOLLARS."
MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL ASSO ASSOCIATION.
CIATION. ASSOCIATION. BY T. T. MUNROE,
Il-1-Wed5t President.

W. E. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent ator
Ocala, Fla. tf

Dodge Brothers
MOTOR CAR

Phone 348

The evenness of perftrmaiKcr

marked in Dodge Brothers MotarCars ia
due, in no small part, to the thorccrgnness
with which each unit Is inspected (taring
the process ofmaisaSactrire-end assemtSjk
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in this work ftfcxw,ain;vmxtiiially 5285
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pfied to these insrjecriocs that the sfightprst
variation either in workmanship or ma material
terial material i3 instantly discovered and rejected.
Dodge Brothers are almost over-scrnpo-ioos
in their cutslunt aim to make each
car as soond and perfect as b hnrnmtfy
rjnfgrihle.
MACK TAYLOR

OCALA, FLORIDA

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
TpCictful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ontractor in the city.

and awards were made for the first j to each packing house for posting
and second highest and a consolation i publicly. However, these quotations
was cut for. Pretty tea cloths were j are sometimes given to members only,
spread and the hostess assisted by j and are to be kept secret by them,
several of her friends served a salad j Associations almost invariably sell

course, with olives, toasted sand- j products before shipping; that is F.

wiches, hot coffee and macaroons.
Both of the afternoon affairs were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by those present, Mrs. Walters
being well known as a charming hostess.

O. B. loading point. These sales are
sometimes made to track buyers if
the track buyers will pay the market
price. In a majority o fcases through
the association upon confirmation of



OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

(RATES under this heading ar as
fol'ows: Maximum of six lines on time
25c; three times 50c; six times "5c; one
month 3.00. All accounts parable
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WANTED Boarders in private fam family.
ily. family. Rates reasonable. Apply at
304 West Second street. 8-lt

WANTED Position by young lady.
Have had experience as clerk and
cashier and some office work. Ap Apply
ply Apply to W. B. M., Star office. 8-3t

FOR SALE Dodge touring; in Al
shape; new tires. Just been over overhauled.
hauled. overhauled. Price $350. Can give terms.
F. E. Denton, care the Ocala Steam
Laundry. 8-6t

FOR RENT Rooms newly furnished,
in best section near church and

theater; apartments to suit. Rates
reasonable, by day, week or month.
Phone 631, or 316 E. Ft. King. 8-6t
.FURNISHED ROOMS Two furnish furnish-ed
ed furnish-ed rooms for light housekeeping for
rent. Can give immediate posses possession.
sion. possession. Call at 803 East Second, or
phone 250. ll-8-3t

BARGAIN

Used Ford coupe and sedan coupe.
Just like new. Will give terms or
trade. 8-6t MACK TAYLOR.

WANTED Position as bookkeeper
or clerk, by young lady. Experi Experienced
enced Experienced clerk. Phone 616 or address
215 N. Main street. 7-6t

FOR SALE Practically brand new
Buick six touring car; looks like
just off show room floor; carefully
driven only 2700 miles. Price $1200.

Liberal terms. McLeod & Waters,
the Studebaker dealers. Phone No.
170. 7-6t
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
Phone 578 or apply at 603 E. Sec Second
ond Second street. 7-6t
WANTED To rent, small house of
three or four rooms, furnished. Ad Address
dress Address "House," in care of Star of office.
fice. office. 6-3t
MULE TAKEN UP Black mare
mule, with two small white spots
behind left shoulder. About eight
years old. Weighs about 1000 to
1100 pounds. Taken up Sunday,
Nov. 5th. Owner may obtain same
by paying expenses incurred. J. C.
Fore, Box 127 Route A, Ocala. 6-3t

SEVEN DAY SERVICE
AUTO
REPAIR
SERVICE
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. You'll be surprised at
the low cost of service in our
shop.
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 238121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533

OCALA OCCURRENCES

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

DOUGH BOYS WILL STAGE i Bt

A HOME-COMING DAY j

Mr. John Preer of the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company is enjoying a week's
vaaction from his regular duties.

Mr. E. E. Hall Jr., architect with
George MacKay & Company, went to
Brooksville yesterday on a short busi business
ness business trip.
We call the attention of the dancing

set to the receipt of a shipment of
patent kid lace dancing oxfords.

RHEINAUER & CO. 8-3t

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

SALT SPRINGS WATER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold under a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
container.
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 167

Miss Agnes Burford, who has been

spending the past two months in At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta and Birmingham, is expected

home the latter part of next week.

The friends of Miss Pearl Ray will

be glad to hear that she is convalesc convalescing
ing convalescing from her recent operation and in
a short time expects to return home
from the hospital.

Patrick's genuine all virgin wool

white slipover sweaters for young

men and boys at Jordan's. 7-6t

Mrs. Albert Harris' parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Parrott, and her two broth

ers, of Oxford, Maine, will spend some

time in Jacksonville this month and

Mrs. Harris is looking forward with
pleasure to a visit with them. Mr.
and Mrs. Harriss will motor to Jack

sonville for the week-end.

FOR RENT Six room house on Al Alvarez
varez Alvarez street near primary school.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or Mrs. M. E.
Layne, corner of Alvarez and 10th
street. Phone 210. 6-3t

FOR RENT Mrs. A. M. Perry's five five-room
room five-room house on Fifth street now oc occupied
cupied occupied by G. B. Overton; furnished.'
Apply to R. N. Dosh, 702 E. Fourth
street.
ROOMS FOR REN Light house house-keeping
keeping house-keeping rooms and also one bed
room, all nicely furnished. Two
blocks east of court house. Apply
239 Oklawaha Avo. Phone 507. 4-3t

ONLY BIG CIRCUS COMING TO
OCALA THIS YEAR

Al

1 CHILDREN

30c

a

11 Under 12

Adults 75, including war tax

Let us supply your groceries. Reas

onable prices and prompt delivery our

slogan. Main Street Market. Phone

108. 1-tf

Khaki coats for your outing

hunting, just received at E. C.
dan's. 7-6t

and

Jor

TYPEWRITERS Some bargains in
Oliver, Royal and Corona typewrit typewriters
ers typewriters at THE BOOK SHOP. 4-6t

ADDING MACHINE A bargain in
a Burroughs large size adding ma machine,
chine, machine, same as new. THE BOOK
SHOP. 4-6t
FOR SALE Six room, two-story
house, wit hone-quarter acre corner
lot: modern conveniences and soft

water. A bargain. Phone 496, W.
W. Condon. 4-6t
50 FUEL, SAVED Whether you
use a gas or oil stove the Spengler
Cooker will save half your fuel bill.
You can save the price of the Spen Spengler
gler Spengler in a few weeks. Let me dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate it. Mrs. H. P. Johnson,
704 Wenona street. 3-6t

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-

finishing done in any style. Phone

107. l-6t

I PRESENTING ON ONE STUPENDOUS
I PROGRAM AND FOR THE FIRST TIME J
K IN ALL. CIRCUS HISTORY
NOT MANY, BUT ALL THE
WORLDS GREATEST
ARENIC d&m
fSsSTARSfiypJ

OCALA
lit I FftRlVf ATFC

Street Parade 10:30 A. M.
TUESDAY, NOV.

Mrs. J. C. Lanier returned from

Lakeland last night and brings the

news that her brother-in-law, Engi

neer H. H. Brower, who was so badly

burned in a wreck last week, is crit

ically ill in the hospital. The phy

sicians are doing everything that is
possible but hold out faint hope for

his recovery.

Marion County Post No. 27 of the

American Legion is going to have an 3

es-service men s reunion ai me aim

ory and in Ocala on Friday, Nov. 10. :

This day is a get-together affair to
celebrate Armistice Day, but will be ;
held on the 10th instead of the 11th
because the 11th falls on Saturday
and the pursuit of the almighty dollar
craves undivided attention for most i

men on Saturday.

No elaborate program has been ar- I

ranged. The committee expects to
leave it up to the boys to entertain

themselves. It will be purely a social
gathering to spread gas. Each boy j
can bring the biggest lie he knows
about who won the war and how. Of
course, there will be something to eat.
There will be something at lunch
time and something at supper time.
It won't be heavy but it will keep the
backbone from becoming entangled
with the belt buckle. At eight o'clock
Friday night a few songs and a speech
or two will vary the monotony of the
hot air barrages.
All ex-service men, whether legion
members or not, are invited to come
t- Ocala and visit with the rest of the
boys for the day and evening. In

order to spread the news Frank Har Harris
ris Harris has printed some invitations that
are being sent to some of the legion
members. This doesn't mean that you
are not invited unless you get a card.
It means that those who get the cards

are to ask all the rest of the men they

see. The following is the invitation

that has been mailed to all parts of
the county:

Ocala, Fla., Nov. 7.

Hey, Buddy: You are appointed as

. m a m

a committee oi one to invite ail oi

your ex-soldier friends to come to

Ocala on Friday, Nov. 10th. The

American Legion Marion County Post

No. 27 is going to have a "Home-

Coming" on that day. The armory

will be open all day and there will be
plenty to do to amuse you. In th

evening there will be several short

speeches and a musical program and
we think the bugle will blow for some

eats. Publicity Committee,
Marion County Post No. 27.

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 housewife who
thinks she is "saving" by keeping costly food in an uniced refrig refrigerator.
erator. refrigerator. 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.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company

MISS MELIN ENTERTAINED

HER LITTLE FRIENDS

Just received Orient pastry flour,

the best to be had, and Mother's Self

Rising flour, none better. Cook's

; Market & Grocery. 6-6t

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold

t nnrt $9 nnrkncns nt. ihf

1.1 SOS.

Court Pharmacy.

18-tf

The Business and Professional
Woman's Club held its regular busi business
ness business meeting last night at the club
rooms with an excellent attendance.
Plans were perfected for the supper
wh'ch will be given Thursday night,
Nov. 23rd. There are not only good
business women in the club but good
cooks and the menu arranged for the
supper is a splendid one.

FOR RENT Three bedrooms, with
or without table board. Mrs. George

Young, 512 E. 8th St. l-6t

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

"Another Nash." 611

Just received Orient pastry flour,
the best to be had, and Mother's Self
Rising flour, none better. Cook's
Market & Grocery. 6-6t

FOR RENT A house lately renovat

ed throughout, on the north side of
Oklawaha avenue; also rooms for
rent on Oklawaha avenue. Apply
to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 E. Okla

waha Ave. Phone 383. 2S-tf
FOR RENT Four room furnished
apartment; large screened porch;
electric range; electric water heat heater;
er; heater; attractive and modern furnish furnishings;
ings; furnishings; all conveniences; private en entrances,
trances, entrances, private bath. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitch or Joseph Bell,
city ll-4-3t

Men's Work clothes, express striped
overalls and jackets at Jordan's. 6t

MiLHSAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION,
fhe following schedule figures pun punished
ished punished as information and not guar guar-..lteed.
..lteed. guar-..lteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 ;jn
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 8:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
5:15 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 Tuesdav, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
TamDa-Manatee-

1:55 am St. Petersburg 2:34 am

2:55 am NYork-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

Members of the Past Matrons and
Past Patrons Club held a most enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable meeting Monday night at the
home of Mrs. R. E. Yonge. After a

business meeting a social hour was
enjoyed. A radio concert was the

special feature of the evening, Mr.

Lester Lucas operating the instru

ment to perfection. Later in the eve

ning Mrs. Yonge served refreshments.

Just received, Orient pastry flour,

the best to be had, and Mother's Self

Rising flour, none better. Cook's
Market & Grocery. 6-6t

Mrs. Parker Painter was hostess

yesterday afternoon at the regular
weekly meeting of the Round Dozen
Club. Mrs. W. M. Palmer, holder of
the highest score, was presented with
a pair of silk hose, and Mrs. Christian
Ax, low scorer, received a pretty
handkerchief. Mrs. Stanton was pre presented
sented presented with a fancy pin cushion as a
remembrance of the afternoon. After
an interesting game of auction covers
were spread on the card tables and
refreshments served. Besides the reg regular
ular regular members Mrs. Ax, Mrs. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Sr. and Mrs. Stanton were
players during the afternoon.

Motel la-Miami

'The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel in the South'

MIAMI, FLORIDA

Rates Reasonable

The Commercial and Bnaineaa Man Always Welcome

Orhe Mean, daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. David Melin, was hostess yester

day at her tenth birthday party, at

which she entertained a number of

her little playmater at her home.

At the appointed hour, four o'clock

the little folks began to arrive and in
a short time they were all there. They

were then invited into the living room
where in the center of the room was
a miniature forest tree, like a real
one, being covered with moss, and out

from this little tree were a number
of strings and each child was given
the end of a string and told to pull
and see what was at the other end,
and all kinds of animals were found
attached to the strings. These were
given the children and they had lots
of fun, each trying to imitate the
noise made by their animal.
Another game which caused much
merriment was when each child was
blindfolded and told to draw the pic picture
ture picture of a man on a large paper which
was pinned to the wall. Marian
Brumby was voted the best artist and
was given a powder puff. Mary New Newton
ton Newton Green drew the booby, a rubber
ball.
After more games the children were
invited into the dining room, where
refreshments of ice cream and candy
were served. The dining room was
decorated with pink and whitestream-.
ers from the center light to the cor corners
ners corners of the room and the pretty cen centerpiece
terpiece centerpiece of the room was a big birth birthday
day birthday cake which was cut by the guests,
the thimble going to Mary Troxler,
the ring to Muriel Galloway and the
dime to D. E. .Melin Jr.
This party at which Orfie Melin
celebrated her tenth birthday was
much enjoyed by all her little play playmates
mates playmates and she was the recipient of
many pretty presents, and when her
little friends said good-bye, they wish wished
ed wished her many more happy birthdays
and parties.
The following were among those

present: Martha Taylor, Ethel Fair
Pillans, Virginia Peek, Ruby Condon,
Dorothy Walkley, Margaret Michael,
Laura Merle Sewell, Margaret Sewell,
Sarah Parker, Irene Gilmore, Marion
Brumby, Hope Mills-Price, Leonora
Taylor, Muriel Galloway, Johnnie Lee
Flinn, Mary Troxler, Arthur Lee
Burgess, Agnes Rivers, Andrey Carlisle.

BOY SCOUTS
There will be a meeting of the Boy
Scouts at 7:30 Friday night. I am
telling you early as this meeting is
important and I want every scout
there, especially those who are inter interested
ested interested in merit abdges.
A. R. Cassil, S. M.

DOLLAR DAYS IN OCALA
A number of merchants have decid decided
ed decided to have two dollar days, November
22 and 23. On these days they will
offer special inducements in their va various
rious various lines by selling certain articles
for one dollar, or in other instances a
group of articles for one dollar. These
dollar day specials always offer great
opportunity to careful buyers to save
money on their needs. Wtach the pa paper
per paper for announcements next week.

Fresh Milk
Wanted!
We are in need of a quantity of Fresh Milk,
as our output is increasing daily. Cash set settlement
tlement settlement every Monday morning for previous
week's supply.
Marion County Creamery Co.
Katherine Pyles, Manager

When the Hour Glass
Runs Its Course
Loving friends prepare for the last
rites. The modern funeral director
brings into his service many detaili of
comfort to relatives and friends, so
in after years there are no regrets.
Geo. MacKay & Co.

Day Phone 47.

Night Phone 68

EV.bKEAD

-we also specialize in

intelligent Service for frU
rnakes of batteries.

STORAGE BATTERX
Guaranteed Vfa Years ,,

B LA LOCK BROTHERS
Cor.Main & Oklawaha
" AN

TRANSFER

V J S

( YJ) AND
VZ a STORAGE
WHITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts lamed on Cotton Automobiles Etc

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

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

;:

The
Win dsor
Hotel
JACKSONVILLE, FLA

In the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a frost
yard. Every modern conveni convenience
ence convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
tOBERT M. MEYER. Manager.

r. E. KAVANAUGH, Proprietor. j



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