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Sun Rises Tomorrow 6:32; Sets, 5:31 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 272
STRONG FOR CROWD EXPECTED
ENGLAND IS Dll THE
PROMOTE All ALL-FLORIDA
EVE OF ELE
Five Hundred Members of the Pro Progressive
gressive Progressive and Social Order Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Today in Tampa
To Hear Addresses of J. S. Edwards
And A. R. Rule on Co-Operative
Tampa, Nov. 14. Reiterating their
pledges to carry to a successful con-
It is expectde that there will be a
large attendance of truck growers in
summation the two Rotary ideals, Ucala on Ihursday to hear the au-
'Florida highway beautification and di ess of Mr. J. S. Edwards, president,
a Florida educational loan," 500 mem- and Mr. A. R. Rule, general manager
bers of the Rotary clubs of the state o: the Federated Fruit and egetable
met here this morning and worked Growers, Inc., on the subject of co co-out
out co-out concrete plans for carrying out operative marketing. The addresses
the campaigns. will be given in the court house at
2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. The
speakers have been figuring very
prominently in the press of the coun
try during recent months and their
SPARKS BIG CIRCUS
EXHIBITED TODAY ON
THE FAUSETT GROUNDS talks should prove most valuable. The
The sawdust, tanbark and spangles meeting is to be eduactional and is
season opened today when Sparks'
big circus came to town for two per performances
formances performances on the Fausett grounds.
This circus is so well known to resi residents
dents residents of this city that it really needs
not for the purpose of organizing at
Indications are that the supper for
the business men and women on
Thursday evening at 7:30 in the din-
no introduction and it eoes without inS hal1 of the Methodist Church will
savine that it is the same hieh-class be wel1 attended. Special addresses
PThihition of old the onlv diffprenrp presenting cooperative marketing
beimr that it has nearly doubled in from the bankers and business men's
size and now stands as one of the Point of view wil1 be made at this
very leaders in the bis show class and I suPPer
in Doint of cleanliness stands alone in A cc-mmitte consisting of L P
the tented world of amusements. The Wilson, Max Israelson, H. D. Stokes,
free street Darade spectacle which L- H- "Hans, J. H- Therrell and Robt
took place this mornine on the adver- Clarkson, is selling sickets for the
tio v,,. m.-jn mn ,oQ,i I supper. The tickets are one dollar
with many novelties which eave evi- leach and mav be obtained from the
dence of the wonderful performances committee members, from the Cham-
v,Dt tnUnwA fhia offSrnnn i'r, v,Q Der oi commerce, or irom u
kllUV A.VWV-V 111 O U1HV111VV1I 111 bllV i
bis ton. From the eitrht-horse band Moore, county agricultural agent
waeon in the lead, to the lumbersome Mr- Moore' who is chairman of the
elephants and steam calliope in the marketing committee of the Chamber
rear, it was just one surprise after of Commerce, will preside at the two
another and it is safe to say that I meetings
never has there been seen such a fine
gathering of horses as those that
were seen in the Sparks parade. All
cages, trappings and paraphernalia
were resplendent in gold and silver
GOLD STAR WOMEN
OF THE WORLD WAR
All Christians Look Alike to
Turk When He Thinks He
Constantinople, Nov. 14. (By the
Associated Press). The French con
suls at Mersina and Adana in Asia
Minor have been expelled by the Kem Kem-alists.
alists. Kem-alists. They were appointed under
the pact to insure protection of
Christian minorities. The French
consul at Brussa was expelled a week
ago, but another consul is returning
there accompanied by a Turkish na nationalist
tionalist nationalist officer to supervise the re
moval of thirty Frenchmen.
Chicago, Nov. 14. (By Associated
which is and always will be the trade- Press). One hundred and sixty-one
mark for all well regulated circuses, names of "gold star women" Ameri-
The old parable about all circuses be- can girls who gave their lives in the J
ing alike was shattered completely at world war are found on the list
the performance this afternoon and made public last night by the Wom Wom-the
the Wom-the opening spectacle, "Visions of en's Overseas Service League, compil-
Arabia," with its score of high-step- ed as a feature to Armistice Day.
ping thoroughbreds, its handsomely Most of them rest under French soil,
gowned singing and dancing girls, some in far-off Siberia, Armenia,
was a vision long to be remembered. I China and Manila, and others in Eng-
It was brought to a close by LaVerne land.
Venable, "the songbird of the white Plans for a perpetual testimonial
tops," rendering in a charming man- to the former service women of the
ner a selection to the accompaniment American Expeditionary Forces were
of the Jack Phillips Concert Band, announced in connection with the list,
while seated in a huge howda strap- which will be presented at the
ped to the back of mighty Zulu, the league's convention here in June, next
largest of the elephant herd. The year, Chicago headquarters of the
spectacular pageant gave the per- league said in the announcement.
formance a nroDer start and it con- "There is a handsome bronze tablet
tained act after act of more than ex- in the army and navy building in
ceptional merit, chief among them Washington, memoralizing the mules
being the Aerial Walters, the Larkins' and horses who died in the war, but
troupe of balancers, jugglers and nowhere in Washington is there found
comedy furniture movers, the great a record of the women who died ex-
Koban and Eno troupes of Japanese kept army nurses until we compiled
marvels, the Flying Yorks, Aerial it." declared Miss Helen C. Courtnay,
Earls, Beatrice "the golden girl on the originator of the memorial movement,
golden whril," the famous Bardo Trio Jane A. Delano, beloved head of the
and Selles Bros', acrobatic groups. Red Cross nursing service, who died
Trained animals predominate at the at Savenay, April 15, 1919; Marian
Sparks performance and many acts Crandell, Y. M. C. A. canteener killed
of a startling nature were in evidence, by a German shell at Chalons-sur-
the featured ones being the Capt. Marne, March 26, 1917; Winona C.
Tieber talking and rope-walking seals, Martin, killed in a Pans hospital by
Bartlett's Barnvard Circus, the Wood- a bomb from a German air raider and
ford posing horses, dogs and humans, J Ruth Landon, killed by a shell in St
LaVerne Venable and her trained Gervais church, in Paris; the Crom Crom-doves
doves Crom-doves and marble horse, Minnie well sisters, Dorothea and Gladys of
Thompson and her pretty assistants New York, who came to a tragic end
intmrliifino- thp Snarks Daneinc at sea Jan 19, 1919, as they were
Horses, Florence Harris and her prize
winner Mabel, Kurd's Riding baboons,
two elephant groups introduced by
Madge Fuller and Beatrice Jung, both
lady trainers of wide repute and
Caesar, champion hurdle jumper of
the world. The riding contingent in included
cluded included such well known "rosinback"
celebrities as the famous Guice fam family,
ily, family, the Riding Hollis' and dainty
Flora Bedini. Thrills were plentiful
and many gasps of wonderment were
in evidence when the daring little Jap Japanese
anese Japanese artist Sakata descended from
the top of the huge tent to the
ground with lightning-like rapidity
while balanced on a slender wire and
incidentally another lithe little Jap,
Kaichi, actually walked up an entire
flight of steps while balanced on his
dome. There is much to amuse in ths
Sparks circus and one of the main
factors are the two producing clowns
Pete Mardo and Paul Wentzell, who
with their group of merry assistants
create many a hearty laugh during
the two hours' program. The evening
performance starts at 8 o'clock, with
the doors opening an hour earlier.
Constantinople, Nov. 14. (By the
Associated Press). There is an ap
preciative slackening of the tension
which prevailed during the week-end
over the successive demands of the
Kemalists for greater control of
Constantinople. Although no official
announcement has been made, it was
stated in Allied circles, that sober re reflection
flection reflection by the Turks has caused them
to decide to make no further provo
cative gestures before the opening of
the Lausanne conference. Thus,
while the situation continues uncer uncertain,
tain, uncertain, it is felt that the peril of a rup rupture
ture rupture has momentarily been averted.
MAY ASK TOO MUCH
Lausanne, Nov. 14. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). The delegates of tha
Turkish nationalist government have
come to Lausanne as victors and their
mood is wholly different from that of
the crushed representatives of the
sultan who begged for mercy when
the treaty of Sevres was drafted three
years ago. Their leader, Ismet Pasha,
boasts of support from the Russian
Soviets and alludes to the uncertainty
which new governments in England
Big Political Battle of the Empire
Will be Waged Tomorrow
In Great Britain
London, Nov. 14. (By Associated
Press). The last words in Great
Britain's election campaign will be
spoken tonight. The electorate will go
t" the polls tomorrow to pick a par parliament
liament parliament from 1386 candidates seeking
seats in the house of commons. In
most constituencies the battle will be
between two parties, and in others
between three or more contestants.
Even the wisest political seers are un uncertain
certain uncertain what the general result will
AMERICA AND FRANCE
LOSE BRAVE AVIATORS
Baltimore, Nov. 14. Lieut. Edwin
Shroder was killed instantly and Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Francis March was seriously,
possibly fatally, hurt when their air airplane
plane airplane crashed to the ground at Logan
Field near here today.
Three Down in France
LeBourget, France, Nov. 14. (By
Associated Press). M. Poiret, noted
French aviator and two mechanicians,
were killed when their plane crashed
to the ground during a competition
for the Grand Prix for commercial
nd Italy have given to the solidarity
of the Entente.
His delegates to the Lausanne con
ference are confident of being granted
their demand that Turkey shall be re-
ieved of the capitulations, which are
extra territorial rights granted to
foreigners in Turkey. Their attitude
brings to mind the remark once made
by an American diplomat that put
ting Europe out of Turkey would
come nearer to effecting peace in the
Near East than putting Turkey out of
Having beaten the Greeks at arms,
the Turks apparently are determined
to recover practically all of the Euro European
pean European territory wrested from them by
the World War.
about to set sail for home, and two
other sisters, Viola and Ruth Lund-
holm of Petaluma, Calif., both army
nurses, who died within six days of
each other in October 1917, in differ
ent hospitals in France, are among
the outstanding names.
Nettie Grace McBride and Edith
Barnett are buried in Tumen and
Tombsk, Siberia, and Edith Winches
ter in Eirivan, Armenia. Their home
addresses and those of Nina Louise
Seymour, who died in Toul, France
and Alice A. Ireland in base hospital
No. 101, and information of other
women who died in the service is be being
ing being sought by Miss Irene Givenwftson,
curator of the American Red Cross
museum in Washington, chairman of
the memorial committee.
Florida's gold star woman was Miss
Bessie Gale of Jacksonville.
Historic Monticello, the Virginia
country place of Thomas Jefferson, is
Thursday night regular meet meeting
ing meeting Marion-Dunn Lodge No.
19. Work in master's degree.
A. C. BLOWERS, W. M.
CHILE AGAIN SHAKEN
BY SEISMIC SHOCKS
Development Board Will Increase Its Activity in the Interest
Of the State
The Florida Development Board,!
with the moral and financial support
of state, civic and commercial organi
zations, will increase its activity, pro promote
mote promote an all-Florida publicity cam campaign,
paign, campaign, and endeavor to build a domi dominant
nant dominant organization that will represent
all interests of the state on matters of
A program was definitely decided
upon in Orlando on Friday when dele delegates
gates delegates from chambers of commerce
and boards of trade met there to con
sider the organization of a state
chamber of commerce. They decided
that it would be a mistake to have
two state-wide organizations, ex expressed
pressed expressed confidence in the Florida De Development
velopment Development Board and decided to get
behind that organization and to en enlarge
large enlarge its scope of activity.
A committee of five named by the
officers of the trade organizations at
the meeting, will confer with the di
rectors of the Florida Development
Board at their annual meeting Dec. 5,
when the details of the affiliation of
the board's work with that of trade
bodies will be completed. This com committee
mittee committee has a representative from each
congressional district, and one named
at large. It consists of Herman Dann
of St. Petersburg, district No. 1; L.
H. Chazal of Ocala, district No. 2;
Karl Lehmann of Orlando, district
No. 3;,J. B. Morrow of Pensacola, dis
trict No. 4, and H. C. Case of Fort
Myers, at large.
No effort was made to have Tampa,
Jacksonville, Lakeland, Miami or
West Palm Beach represented on the
committee because these places are
already represented on the board of
diretcors of the Florida Development
Board. With the present list of the
board's directors, and the committee
of five named Friday, every section
and practically every interest of the
state will be represented at the Dec
5 meeting, when the future program
of the board will be decided. There
Monday Wasn't Such a Bad Day For
Financial Aid to Education
Deficit night of 11th $24,569.57
Reduction Nov. 13th 1,326.21
Deficit night of 13th $23,243.38
The attendance at today's Rotary
luncheon was nearly 100 per cent,
those absent being "accounted for"
attending other clubs. The presiding
officer, Jake Gerig, announced that
with such a committee as Harry Bor Borland
land Borland and Paul Simmons on the job no
one anticipated anything short of a
100 per cent, attendance.
The new trio, Louis Pillans,, Joe
Blalock and Wade Dumas, assisted by
Mack Taylor, rendered several de delightful
lightful delightful vocal selections, much to the
delight of all the Rotes. These three
"new ones" have reached such a de degree
gree degree of excellence that they can now
sing with or without music "The
Next week's luncheon will be staged
at 7:30 in the evening instead of at
the usual afternoon hour, and the
program will be in charge of Will
Gary, Louis Pillans and Mack Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. Attendance committee for next
week is Port Leavengood and Fred
Santiago, Nov. 14. (By Associated
Press). Chile was again visited by
earth shocks late last night. Severe
tremors were felt at LaSerena and
the seaport, Constitution, according to will also be present at this meeting
advices. The death toll over Chile I another committee of ten, which Pres
as a result of Saturday's quakes is ident Jules M. Burguieres was au
expected to reach 1500 or 2000. Six thorized to appoint at Thursday's
hundred bodies in one city were piled meeting whose duty will be to pre-
ii. the public square and then burned. I pare a plan ofr state-wide advertis
OK LA WA HA AVENUE
MUCH FRESH MEAT
JUMPING ON THEIR GENERALS
Washington, Nov. 14.-One hundred
and twenty-nine new members will sit
in the next House and Senate
M. CLEMENCEAU HAVING
A PLEASANT VOYAGE
On Board the S. S. Paris En Route
to New York, Nov. 13. (By Wireless
to the Associated Press). Former
Premier Clemenceau reacted promptly
today to a wireless message from
Jean Longuet, French deputy and
leader of the minority socialists, now
lecturing in America, who challenged
him to a debate on the League of Nations.
"I am going to America to talk to
Americans, not to argue with French Frenchmen,"
men," Frenchmen," he commented. "I can have all
the debates I want with them back
Everybody aboard ship was up ear-
Athens, Nov. 14. Ex-ministers and
The generals charged with high treason
membership will include eighteen 33 a result of the Greek miliUy dis disserving
serving disserving their first terms, according to asr in Asa Minor are now on t1 t1-ar.
ar. t1-ar. unofficial list of members of the The defense lawyers at the openmg
Sixty-Eighth Congress compiled by session today contended the court
Regarding the item about Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue in Monday's Star, City
Manager Brumby informs us that the
"rumples" on the east end of the
street will unrumple as soon as the
sand is cleared off.. As for the man manholes,
holes, manholes, he says they were not overlook overlooked,
ed, overlooked, but built over on purpose, as by
cutting down to them they can be
brought more even with the pave pavement
ment pavement than if left open while it is be
ing laid. Mr. Brumby cites as ex ex-emple
emple ex-emple the manholes in the pavement
all around town, most of which we
must sorrowfully admit are quite au
dible when cars drive over them.
the cler kof the House.
MURDER TRIAL BEGINS AT
NEW BRUNSWICK MONDAY
was in contempt and that the accused
men ought to be tried by parliament.
The court rejected the plea.
HARDING INVITED TO
HELP HONOR OLD HICKORY
Washington, Nov. 14. (Associated
Monday to hear witnesses in the Hall- Press) President Harding was invit-
Mills murder case. Over fifty wit- ed by a delegation from Greenville,
nesses will be summoned. It is pos- Tenn,, today to attend the ceremonies
New Brunswick, Nov. 14. The
county grand jury is to be convened
sible that Mrs. Hall, widow of the
slain rector, will be permitted to testify.
to be held there in connection with
the reopening of the old tailor shop
of Andrew Jackson. The president in
dicated he would be glad to attend
but could not give a definite answer
SHIPPED TO CANADA
Oroville, Calif., Nov. 14. The first
carload of oranges shipped this sea season
son season was sent from here yesterday,
destined for Ontario, Canada. The
oranges picked Nov. 1st could not be
shipped earlier because of a car
shortage. The steamer Nebraska sail sailed
ed sailed today from Los Angeles for Lon London
don London with 350 cases of Pacific coast
fruit and the first consignment of Im Imperial
perial Imperial Valley cotton this year for
BAD LUCK FOR BOWMAN
lv aP'ain this mornine" to erreet the
e .in.. ... . . i 1
"Tiger" on his usual three or fourl5 division, nas Deen awaraea me
fast trips around the deck, but M.
Clemenceau overslept, not rising un until
til until 6:30 and not appearing on deck
until 7:30, a full hour behind his
schedule. He appeared interested in
what the world ashore was doing and
asked the newspapermen walking
with him what was going on.
M. Clemenceau took luncheon to today
day today at the captain's table, smiled oc-
AWARDED MEDAL OF HONOR
Washington, Nov. 14. Lieut.-CoL on account of the illness of Mrs
Joseph N. Thompson, of Savannah, naming ana me reaemuinig ui vu
Ga., now of the reserve corp3 and J gress,
formerly major of the 110th Infantry,
Pensacola, Nov. 14. R. J. Bowman,
convicted several days ago in United
States court for contempt of court In.
connection with the bombing of
Louisville & Nashville shopman's
OCALA HAS A GRAY AGENCY jhome, today was sentenced to three
Medal of Honor by President Harding The O'Neal-Holly Motor Company months m jail and lined ?100. uow
for "conspicuous gallantry and in- has opened an agency in Ocala for the man was a Louisville & Nashville em em-trepidity
trepidity em-trepidity above and beyond the call of sale and distribution of the Gray ployee before the shopmen's strike in
duty in action near Agremont, France, J automobile and truck. This is thejJuly-
October 1st. 1918." I car that has caused so much talk for j
the cast few months in auto circles -.arxiAL. ruLittJii
ovy l i n AJitniw snuncus i on account OI its extreme low seuing i
CONTINUE TO SHAKE price. The touring car sells for $585
Valparaiso, Nov. 14. (Associated I delivered in Ocala, while the other
AT THE CIRCUS
Chief of Police Gordon informs the
Press). The inland town of Freirina models carry equally attractive prices. Star that he has put two special offl-
I iirt m ttt? n i T
iu. u i,, to Thpniwas virtually destroved and scores The O'Neal-Holly company has the cers, dus "uuaras ana j. o.
hP went -off to his cabin, ttaking with j are dead there as a result of earth- agency for this popular priced car for skin, on duty at the circus grounds,
j o wi- -n. i onakps. acpoH m? tn wireless mes- Marion. Citrus. Sumter ana LaKe.anutuai.ttuiuuciuiv.iig uuuuu? ucw.
demning the Turkish policy. It was
not expected that he would come on
deck again, and the ship crowd amus amused
ed amused itself otherwise.
sages from a cruiser off the coast. At counties, and it is only to be expect- j only to apply to one or the other of
Ruasco the sea rose ten meters, de- ed that Gray cars will soon be seen .mose two vigilant policemen.
strovinsr the water front and wreck-! on the highways of these
ing numerous craft. A tug was swept I and in great numbers.
inland two kilometers. Supplies are
Several hundred new books
girls and boys at The Gift Shop.
Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet at the hall Wednesday afternoon
at three o'clock.
Nothing can equal the softness of
a hard-boiled egg who is scrambling
for reelection. Columbia Record.
being sent to the stricken city of Val-
lenar by mule train overland.
Inflation in Germany is no longer
confined to the heads of the Hohen-
zollerns. New York Tribune.
Every political pulL in due
is found to exert itself on the leg of
the public. Columbia Record.
Too often a grade-crossing is the
meeting place of headlights and light
heads. Washington Post.
Messrs. McLeod & Waters, the
iStudebaker dealers, arrived yesterday
time, from Palatka, from which point they
drove in several of the very latest
designs of this car, the 1923 Special
touring. Since taking over this agen agency
cy agency only a few months ago, they have
placed a good number of them in the
"Sterling Silver" means clid silver.
THE BOOK SHOP has a large stock.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922
r j m ni,;r. The Commercial, for instance,
Opala tvemnQSmY consulting Acie v.
w CJ !,v
Pabiiahri Kerj L r ttrrpt Sunday by; that it is impossible without amend amend-STAK
STAK amend-STAK PUBLISHING COMPANY, jing the constitution for the people of
II. J. niltinger, Prealdent
II. D. Leavemfood, VIee-Preldet
P. V. I.eaveiiKOfdf cretary-Treaaurr
J. II. lleujauila, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla,
Bu.1d- OfCce FIe-Oae
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We observe by an editorial in the
Jacksonville Journal that this is
"father and son" week. We are sorry
for the fathers and sons who do not
have fifty-two "father and son" weeks
in the year.
Fred Crawford, deputy United
States marshal, was beaten to death
with a piece of iron pipe at Center,
Ga., Monday by whisky runners. The
two men are in jail. Of course, pro prohibition
hibition prohibition compelled these men to be become
come become murderers.
The Times-Union throws cold water
on the booze-fighters as follows:
"Just a word of caution to the 'wets.'
Because Volstead was defeated it is
not to be taken for granted that the
bars will open up, or that the eight eighteenth
eenth eighteenth amendment has been voted out
of the constitution."
We've gone through our desk and
thrown away all political clippings;
but that doesn't mean we have not a
fine recollective faculty and can bring
out the record of most any politician
from memory, if necessary. Tampa
Do you recollect that six years ago
you were claiming the credit(?) for
The so-called democrats that voted
the republican ticket in the election
Tuesday should not be permitted to
take part in another democratic pri primary.
mary. primary. Clearwater Sun.
The Sun is eminently right in that
demand. The man who participates
in a nominating primary and fails or
refuses to support the nominees
should be barred from future privi privileges
leges privileges in the party. Tampa Times.
The trouble is that few really, truly
democrats have the grit to insist on
outlaws being outlawed. Some three
hundred Marion county democrats
bolted a nomination in the recent
election, but they will come swagger swaggering
ing swaggering back into the next primary, and
the faithful won't have the courage
to challenge them.
Elsewhere we print an editorial
from the Lee.ebuvg Commercial, re regarding
garding regarding some of the effects of the
Volstead law; said editorial being
more truthful than pontic. The Star
agrees with it as a whole, tho' in
some details it appears to us incor-
A.t like ii
1' t Won-
i ; .in Awful IVst.
us: I'K'.ve Inspired
: "IV, ys siu.uld bi.
N-es of Four an;
f v .3?
'the constitution of the United States
j America to vote as a wnoie on any
i issue. The only way to change an
amendment is by another amendment,
and no amendment to the eighteenth
amendment will ever be passed.
LEACH TAKES A LICK AT
LOOSE ENFORCEMENT OF LAW
Joking about the Volstead act has
become so general that it takes rank
with the ancient mother-in-law situa situation
tion situation as a foundation for jest. It is a
joke a ghastly joke.
It is not the citizenship known as
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joke but tne auettante metnoas 01 me
enforcement officers have made a joke
Federal enforcement officers trick
restaurant keepers into furnishing a
little liquor and then arrest the de defenseless
fenseless defenseless proprietor or waiter or
both. Half a dozen thimblefuls hava
been sold, the seller believing that he
is doing something to please a patron
or a friend.
Meanwhile in the swamps or woods
outlying, there are big stills guarded
day and night by men who might be become
come become desperate. Their force, as op
posed to the mighty army of Volstead
law enforcement officers, is puny, but
it is force and some officer might risk
bodily injury. So the moonshiner
flourishes and his little shotgun
daunts the nine million dollars' worth
of enforcement army. And the moon moonshiner
shiner moonshiner makes poison stuff that de destroys
stroys destroys the health of those who drink
it while the restaurant keeper usu usually
ally usually tries to get something like his
patron used, possibly from childhood
to a ripe and healthy middle age.
There is too much guff about this
prohibition business. We have let a
sentimental and hypocritical air of
"sacredness" enfold the word and
have refused to look facts squarely
in the face.
JNiot far Irani JLeesburg there is
moonshine being manufactured. We
know it merely because it appears
from time to time and our own county
officers sometimes find it. But those
little tidbits of hangers-on who are
absorbing the immense sum of money
set aside by the federal government
each year for payment to those poli
ticians of small caliber who make up
the rank and file of the enforcement
aimy, do not beat the woods and find
these stills. If they were serious-
purposed men they would form a
band big enough to overcome any
force that was brought to bear upon
them by moonshiners and they would
raid the stills and put these poisoners
where they belong, in the chain gang.
Please understand us we believe the
place for every home brewer or moon moonshiner
shiner moonshiner who makes liquor for sale is in
the chain gang; as for the home
brewer who makes the stuff for him himself,
self, himself, if his conscience lets him do it,
that is his business.
But some of these agents go even
further in the easy way than picking
up a few restaurant and hotel men
who can't pack up .and leave. We were
told the other day of a scheme that
was worked whereby a bootlegger of
imported liquor was "bunked" out of
his wares, not as a punishment or in
the name of the government, not to
en force the law, but merely that some
illegal profits might be "whacked up."
In league with one of the regular cus customers
tomers customers of a certain bootlegger who
was en route from the east coast with
a "cargo," prohibition officers got in
behind him just before he reached the
c'ty where this customer has a place
of business. They rode him pretty
hard and he ran to the establishment
where he sometimes sells his stuff and
asked that his "cargo" be taken off
his hands quickly. The proprietor
parleyed; said he didn't have the room
to store it where it wouldn't be found;
said he was short of cash, and finally
bought the whole cargo for little more
than a couple of cases would sell for
Such thing as this cannot help but
bring enforcement into disrepute and
so much that is not right and not in
accordance with the tenets of proper
law enforcement are happening right
along in this detestable business that
it cannot help but become a ghastly
joke. And the citizen who drops his
dollars into the outstretched pot for
the fund to assist in enforcing the law
J is simply encouraging a lot of easy
livers who can get higher wages doing
less work that way than any other.
There are some serious minded and
sincere prohibitionists working for
salaries under organizations that beg
for funds, but they are made ridicu ridiculous
lous ridiculous by some of the weak vessels upon
whom they depend for final results.
The farce is pitiful.
To show our readers that we are
in earnest in what we have to say
along this line we will make this
proposition. We will join with ten
other men or business firms, each to
give 1000 making a thousand dollars
in this little city, the fund to go to i
the Anti-Saloon League, if it will send
its hirelings or cause a sufficient num-
ber of the prohibition enforcement I
army to come into the first commis
sioner's district of Lake county and
clean it thoroughly of moonshine stills
and moonshine peddlers. And we
will join with nine others in the sec
ond district for the same purpose. The
money, however, will be paid when
the work is done.
When you get begging letters or
are personally solicited for funds for
this prohibition enforcement graft,
why don't you make some definite
proposition and get some results in instead
stead instead of putting in your money and
letting it go to swell the grabbag?
Make them come across with results
and then pay them. The Lord knows
enough money has been grafted in the
name of enforcement of the Volstead
act, to say nothing of what was
squandered getting it on the books, to
pay the interest on the national debt
long enough for us to catch our fi financial
nancial financial breath and take a fresh start.
Come up like a man or a woman and
meet this question. We have a law
the Volstead act that hundreds of
thousands of people do not believe
was enacted according to the spirit of
a democratic republic such as ours is
supposed to be. Those people do not
consider that they are lowering their
citizenship by refusing to recognize a
law that has not received a publicly
expressed sanction of a majority of
the voting citizens of the United
States. But it is not difficult for some
of them and all others to realize that
in asserting this personal belief and
acting upon it they are lowering the
morale of the whole nation. Weak
enforcement officials excuse their own
peccadillos upon the grounds that
piominent and respected people evade
and disobey the law, even to the point
of almost openly patronizing bootleg bootleggers.
gers. bootleggers. We are approaching a crisis in
this situation, one that cannot be
dodged or even ameliorated when it
arrives, and it will be well to antici anticipate
pate anticipate it and begin working out a solu solution.
tion. solution. Personally, we believe that the peo people
ple people of the United States will vote for
an anti-liquor law; whether it be to
ban all drinks or only those that are
rank with danger we do not know.
But when the people in all the nation
have been given an opportunity to
cast their votes, we will be through
with the farce that now confronts us.
The will of the majority will prevail.
It is of no use for anyone to say this
matter is settled. No matter is set'
tied in a country where the people's
voice determines everything, because
if the people change their minds and
demand that their voice be counted,
it must be done. No sentimentality
can inveigh against this right and
certainly there is nothing in the world
strong enough to smother the voice
of the people of the United States.
Lest we be misquoted by some who
have formed that habit, let us say in
simple English this: The Commercial
is not wet; it despises moonshine and
moonshiners; it despises strong drink
and bootleggers; it believes in law en
forcement, even the strictest enforce
ment of every jot and tittle and syl
lable of the Volstead act; which it
proves by the offer to put up $200 in
company with others in order to get
real enforcement in its immediate vi
cinity; but and get this but we re refuse
fuse refuse to delude ourselves with sophis
try; we know a spade when we see it
and we call it a spade; we have no de
sire to bury our head in mawkish sen sentiment
timent sentiment like the sand the ostrich uses
for this purpose, but we do desire to
meet the facts of this as well as other
questions face to face and, if need be,
fist to fist.
Read us as we have written and
think it over.
EIGHT YEARS AGO
Nov. 14, 1914. Canadian troops on
the firing line in Flanders.
Dreadnought Audacious, one of the
latest built and most powerful ships
of the British navy, sunk by a mine
off the coast of Ireland.
Three Turkish transports sunk in
the Black Sea by Russian warships.
Immense Russian army moving to toward
ward toward Cracow.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ON THE SEABOARD
Beginning Sunday, the southbound
limited on the Seaboard Air Line left
Jacksonville at noon to arrive in
Ocala at 3 p. m. and arrive Tampa at
The city council will receive bids on
November 21st, 1922, 7:30 o'clock p.
m. for the lease or rental of the city
market building, now occupied by the
Chero-Cola Bottling Works, occupan occupancy
cy occupancy given February 20th, 1923.
H. C. Sistrunk. Citv Clerk.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
USED CAR VALUES
1920 model Buick roadster excellent
19 Buick five-passenger, good con-
1920 model Maxwell touring, re
1921 Dodge delivery truck, excellent j
1920 model Ford light truck with
1920 model Chalmers, 5-passenger.
Easy terms if desired.
R. R. CARROLL, Ocala, Fla.,
13-3t Maxwell-Chalmers Agent.
C. CECIL BRYANT
Income Tax Consultant
Phone 481 Bine
Room 23, folder Block
CLEAN TT TTTh
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 if
and at low price?. AU expert
GAS OIL GREASE
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
SALT SPIES WATER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold under a
guarantee. Try a five gallon
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
The package suggests it.
Your taste confirms it.
The sales prove it
Over J billion sold yearly
Liocmr & Myers Tobacco Co.
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
Marion County Creamery Co.
Katherine E. Pyles, Manager
Let Us Build Your
ROCK HOUSE, GARAGE, FENCES, PERGOLA
FLOWER VASES, PORCHES
Let Us Show You Our Work
ALLEN & BORG, Contractors
243 and 174
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
YOURS FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
is small- the $f ffornc
in qualify, great
"Good to the last drop"
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922
f pBlbie ThouqhtSr Tbcfeu
CURSE OR BLESSING, WHICH?
e that withholdeth corn, the people
jball corse him; but blessing shall
upon the head of him that selleth
L Proverbs 11: 28.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO imell of Tallahassee, the talented
j young wife of the attorney general
(Evening Star Nov. 14, 1902) jand Florida's next governor. Mrs.
The Ocala Rifles in command of'Carney wiU entertain a number of
If you have any news items for this j CaDt. G. A Nash returned last night er friends next Tuesday to meet
department, phone five-one
from Lake City. The boys were notirs- gramme" ana 3lrs. L.eon tisnei.
successful in the competition for i
marksmanship, missing the prize by I MT- ana ilrs- Uitto and Mr.
five points. In the competitive drill'3 31rs- ortwood of ersailles, Ky.,
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Five-acre orange grove in
best orange section around
Lake Weir. Produces 500 boxes
of fruit per year and part of
trees just coming into bearing.
Price, cash $3500
30-acre farm with splendid
residence, pecan orchard and
orange grove which produced a
$1000 crop this year.
Five-room bungalow, modern
in every particular, on paved
street; lot 105 x 210. Terms.
Six-room house. Price. .$1100
Six-room house. Price. .$1300
Six-room house. Price. .$1600
These are bargains. I have
S. S. SAVAGE, Jr.
A Regular Prayer
! Lord, let me live like a regular man,
' With regular friends and true,
! Let me play the game on a regular
And play that way all through;
Let me win or lose with a regular error ana "earaon was awaraea ne -3 ;
handsome gold medal together with al"u"w" "A "1U uurmg- mat nme
So bill from Captain Nash, which heje nave made many friends who
had promised if any of the boys won,3'5 Slve them a warm welcome
John Z. Reardon and Edwin Pittman arrived in cala yesterday and will
of Ocala tied for the best drilled man sPend the Writer at the home of Mr.
in the state troops and after a rigid jand Mrs- T- M- Moore. It has been
drill Pittman was called on a slight the custom of these pleasant people
prmr and RP9rn v.- nwarrW the- to spend the winter m Ocala for a
And never be known to whine,
For that is a "regular fellow's" style
And I want to make it mine!
when they arrive.
Plumbing & Electrical
Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully
Needham Motor Co.
the prize. (Mr. Reardon, now a citizen
of Tallahassee and assistant state au-
Oh. eive me a reerular chance in life, ditnr. has been in thp oitv fnr the
L I O All . w a m
The same as the rest, I pray, past ten days auditing the books and ino tn AiDert s riant ood. bOid
And give me a regular girl for a. wife, accounts of our countv officials. in ouc' ana packages at the
- 1 : i. tyi
To help me along the way. Peter Black, an aged citizen of Ok- ,v-ourt armacy.
Let us know the lot of humanity, lawaha, raised this year from his
Regular woes and joys,
And raise a regular family
Of regular girls and boys!
Let me live to a regular good old age,
With regular snow-white hair,
Having done my labor and, earned my
And played my game for fair;
And so at last when the people scan
My face on its peaceful bier,
They'll say, "Well, he was a regular
And drop a regular tear!
We buy second-hand furniture. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex Exposition
position Exposition street. 10-tf
We buy second-hand furniture. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex Exposition
position Exposition street. 10-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanders of In Inverness
verness Inverness were visitors in Ocala yesterday.
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
Mr. A. C. Blowers left this after
noon for a short business trip to
season's planting a sweet potato
weighing 13 pounds.
C. G. Frazier and E. C. McLeod, the
new Kendrick lime manufacturers,
were in town today. They have gotten
their plant in good working order
and have several carloads of lime
ready to ship.
Senator Frank Adams of Jasper,
telegraphed to Dr. D. M. Smith to
visit his sick son, who is a student
at the East Florida Seminary, Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. This shows the esteem in
which Dr. Smith is held as a skilled
physician by his old patients.
Mr. Robert Taylor of the A. C. L.,
who attended the State Fair yesterday
was pleased with Marion's exhibit,
and without prejudice to other coun-
ties thinks it is hard to beat.
The Star regrets very much to hear
of the illness of Mr. and Mrs. New New-comb
comb New-comb Barco, at Cotton Plant. The
young wife was taken ill a week ago
and yesterday Mr. Barco was stricken
down with fever.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Nov. 14, 1912)
After the Star printed the account
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
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
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, the rank of page was confered
on Messrs. Malcolm Beach and R. H.
Cunningham. A considerable number
of Ocala knights are going to attend
the district meeting at Reddick this
Any one having rummage for the
ladies of the Baptist church or who
nn'ok a yTT i n fYwi of 1 T oVkAllt Cola
moil an V iiuuiuiabiuii uuvsui tM&j ,11
, rn- rQ uaugnier was aiso Drutauy murdered
please call at once Mrs. Collins 596,1 .. J
, lon o Iadoui i:du mis aiternoon, XNiies was
yesterday afternoon of the murder of
J. P. Burgess at Mcintosh it was
learned that Mr. Bureress' erand-
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 108. tf
Dr. D. M. Smith, returning home
from the Pacific coast, where he spent
the summer, is in Jacksonville, but ex expects
pects expects to go to Miami to visit his son,
Mr. Morris Smith and family, before
coming to Ocala, where he will arrive
about Dec. 1st.
Are installing RADIANTFIRE gas heaters in their
fire places. This new and revolutionary gas heating
appliance makes the fire place a source of real comfort
at a small price, and there's no bother. "Radiant
Rays" project 90 per cent, of their warmth straight
into the room.
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wondera with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Fruit cake, layer, cake, pound cake
and raisin cake (Gardner's) at Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 10-tf
Geo. Hay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
taken from the new Marion county
jail and with an escort of a party of
six or seven determined and heavily
armed men, rushed through town, out
over the Seaboard tracks, along the
Kendrick road and within 200 feet j
1.1 -T 1 ll- i l if r
of the supreme elirt, is a visitor in town' ?e "ef thrown from the
the city. Mr. Eoings is originally car fnd njs body filled with rifle and
from Charleston, S. C. r1 r uuneis Wl n sirucK ine
Drs. E. Van Hood and A. L. Izlai
returned today from Jacksonville,
where they attended the Southern
Medican Association. They report a
fine meeting and representatives from
every section of the South and many
The first automobile grocery deliv delivery
ery delivery in Ocala was put on yesterday by
Cam & Thomas. The car has a body
much wider but not so long as a
wagon and on its first trial did the
work in much less time than the
two horse drawn wagons heretofore
Mrs. E. L.' Carney will have as her
guests on Monday, Mrs. Park Tram-
Mr. W. V. Newsom of Jacksonville
is expected to arrive in Ocala Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to spend his vacation with his
mother. Mr. George Newsom of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, will join him in Ocala and
spend a few days here with his mother
Mrs. A. C. Bennett of Barnesville,
Ga., who has been visiting at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Lancaster for some time, was called
Mr. R, E. Sands has returned from
Pumpkin, Ga., where he accompanied
his wife and baby and Mrs. Sands'
mother, Mrs. Tompkins.
Let us supply your groceries. Reas
onable prices and prompt delivery our
sloeran. Main Street Market. Phone
W. K. Lane, M. physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Ocala. Fla. tf
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished rs information and not guar guar-.ateed.
.ateed. guar-.ateed. ( Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 ;jn
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
8:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday, iriday.
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
3:00 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm
Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ontractor in the city. :
For a number of years the park
between the fire station and the city
hall has been one of the' beauty spots
of Ocala. The firemen, without pay,
and purely out of love for the beauti
ful, made what had been a piece of
waste ground into a place that has
ever since delighted the eye. With its
flowers and neat walks, shade trees
and sward, and limpid fountain, it is
about the only spot to refresh the
traveler's eye on the entire route of
the A. C. L. Ry. thru town. The fire fire-boys
boys fire-boys in the last week have made it
prettier than ever, giving it a raking
over, applying freah paint and white whitewash
wash whitewash to wooden and brick fixtures,
and cleaning out the fountain. This
fountain is worth going a good ways
to see, for beside being an artistic
little pool with a tiny, mossclad island
in the center, it harbors a school of
goldfish. The goldfish in this foun fountain
tain fountain are a lucky bunch, for beside a
considerable extent of limpid water to
swim in and plenty to eat, they have
on one side of the pool a neat little
grotto in which to retire and enjoy a
part of that seclusion to which most
goldfish are comparative strangers.
The firemen also have an excellent
garden spot in the rear of the hall
and in a sheltered nook are growing
several bunches of Easter lilies, which
promise to bloom sooner than any
others in town.
Any one having rummage for the
ladies of the Baptist church or who
wish any information about sale,
please call at once Mrs. Collins 596,
or Mrs. Floyd 432. 14-2t
All the Odd Fellows in town should
be at the hall this evening, to take
part in the work and welcome the
visitors from the Oxford lodge.
1 have cut the price of strand wood
to cents on the cord, as 1 am com
pelled to get it off the land. Four,
foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471
E Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 16-tf
Burns for hours at the cost of a shovel full of coal
It is Odorless, Ashless, Smokeless and Dustless.
CALL AT OUR SHOW ROOMS AND ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
Ocala Gas Company
Harrington Hall Block Ft. King Avenue
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 cos.tly 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 & few cents a day to make sure that
the food is protected.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company
n 1 1 ; : : 1 1 : i : i : : t ; ; 1 1 1 : : : i : : i : ; : : i : i : 1 1 : i u 1 1 m 1 1
Large Fire Proof Building
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Cars Washed and Polished
Florida Auto Supply Company
314-320 N. MAIN STREET
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-m Boot" and Shoe Repairer.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
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The Juggling Lax kins in Heavyweight Furniture Balancing, Here Today
With Sparks Big Circus
because it has more than
the ordinary leavening
strength; it raises millions of
bakings, every day to a light
perfectly baked perfection
that cannot be equaled.
because it contains white-of-egg
the vital element that
gives the housewives protec protection
tion protection against using a baking
powder that has lost its origi original
nal original leavening strength. It
assures light, tender, tasteful
things every time you bake.
because it is economical
pure, sure and wholesome.
That's why the s?le of Calu Calumet
met Calumet is over 150 'h greater
than that of any other bak baking
ing baking powder.
A pound can of Calumet con con-tains
tains con-tains full 16 ounces. Some bak
ing powders come in 12 ounce
instead of 16 ounce cansu Be
sure you get a pound ivnen you
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the Economy POHUS3ER
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swope of
Eastlake are visitors in Ocala today.
Mrs. E. G. Lindner and children,
who have been spending the past
three weeks in Gulfport, Miss., are ex expected
pected expected home the latter part of this
Albert's Plant food is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c. and 10c. packages and ?2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Boggers of
Clarksville, W. Va., have arrived in
Ocala and will be located at Mrs. J.
M. Thompson's on Fort King. Mr.
and Mrs. Boggers are old friends of
our townsman, Mr. C. P. Howell, and
it was through him that they decided
to spend the winter in Ocala.
New York. Atlantic City, Washing Washington
ton Washington are easily reached through use of
Merchants & Miners steamers to Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore and Philadelphia. Round trip
to Washington, D. C, $53.42; Atlantic
City, N. J, $58.60; Asbury Park, N.
J $60.62. It
W. T. HOOD
Blue bowls, golden yellow bowls,
pottery bowls for narcissus bulbs at
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
vt f,r. w a ift -f-
Archer at noon today unon receiot of i vi
a telegram stating that Mrs. Wilds'
father, Mr. W. T. Hood, died sudden
ly at his home there today. There
were no particulars. The many friends j V
of Mrs. Wilds extend to her their
sincere sympathy in her sorrow.
CARROLL'S NEW SHOW ROOMS
- rtATES under this heading are aa
fo!'iwg; Maximum of six lines one time j
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts pnyable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR RENT Furnished house with
all modern conveniences. Call C.
V. Roberts or phone 350 or 305. tf
FOR SALE Following used cars, all
real values at prices quoted. Liberal
terms if wanted, or trade: 1920
Buick six touring, fine condtion,
new tires, $595; 1920 Oakland tour touring,
ing, touring, $375; 1920 Auburn beauty six,
like new, repainted and new top,
$650; McLeod & Waters. ll-14-6t
WANTED Sewing machine salesman
and collector. Must have car. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Cardwell Sewing Machine
Co., phone 502-Green, 317 North
Magnolia street. 13-3t
WANTED Good second hand gas
stove. Address 110 South Magnolia
NURSERY STOCK Several hun hundred
dred hundred exceptionally fine Pineapple
orange trees on sour stock, for sale.
Marion County Nurseries, Ocala,
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1921 Buick
Six Touring. Terms if desired. See
Blalock Bros. tf
APARTMENTS FOR RENT One
furnished, $25 per month; two fur furnished,
nished, furnished, $20 each; four unfurnished,
$16.50 each; with water and lights.
B. F. CONDON. ll-6t
WANTED Two or three roomers,
with or without board. Rates reas reasonable.
onable. reasonable. Phone 543. Mrs. Geo. F.
Young, 512 E. 8th street, opposite
high school building. ll-9-6t
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
WANTED Board and room in pri private
vate private family. Will furnish refer references
ences references if desired. Address P. O. Box
242, Ocala, Fla.
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
j 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 RENT Furnished apartment.
Phone 578 or apply at 603 E. Sec Second
ond Second street. 7-6t
P'OR RENT Large warehouse and
office on SAL and ACL railroads,
formerly occupied by L. R. Chazal
& Sons. Immediate possession. Ap Apply
ply Apply to H. D. Stokes at the Ocala
! National Bank. 10-6t
j FOR SALE Practically brand new
j Buick six touring car; looks like
j just off show room floor; carefully
i driven only 2700 miles. Price $1200.
Liberal terms. McLeod & Waters,
the Studebaker dealers. Phone No.
The new show rooms of Mr. Robert
R. Carroll, local distributor of the
Chalmers, Maxwell and Cadillac auto automobiles,
mobiles, automobiles, at the corner of Fort King
avenue and South Osceola street, is
quite an improvement to that busy
section of the city.
The new quarters have access to
both streets. The cars are brought
into the building on Osceola street
and displayed in the attractive show
roome facing Fort King avenus.
The new designs in the Maxwell
car now being displayed by Mr. Car
roll and he is very proud of them.
"Qualify in a Small Car"
NOTICE, CHAPTER MEMBERS
Special meeting of Ocala Chapter
No. 13, Wednesday, Nov. 15th. In Inspection
spection Inspection and work in Royal Arch de degree.
gree. degree. Refreshments. All compan companions
ions companions are requested to be present. Vis Visiting
iting Visiting companions are cordially invited
to attend. A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
We are opening some new GIFT
packages suitable for many occas occasions.
ions. occasions. THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t
You need groceries all the time.
U-SERVE STORES handle only the
best. If any day before Thanksgiving
you buy $10 worth of groceries we
will give you a ticket to the FAIR.
Stores will be closed Thanksgiving, tf
FOR SALE Overland car, Al shape.
Quick sale $350. Wil ltrade or give
terms. A. E. Gerig. 10-6t
FOR RENT Part of my farm, 40 to
j 70 acres, as good trucking land as
! there is in the county. Standing
rent or share crop. Stock and tools
j furnished. Free of stumps. Call on
I or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf
I TTt TT7vrrr A T A.
r jvjcin x nuuse laieiy renovat renovated
ed renovated throughout, on the north side of
Oklawaha avenue; also rooms for
rent on Oklawaha avenue. Apply
to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 E. Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Ave. Phone 383. 28-tf
Our JEWELRY department is com complete.
plete. complete. THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t
There will be a meeting of Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood Cemetery Association Thursday
morning at 10:30 at the home of Mrs.
R A. Burford. It is hoped that there
will be a full attendance.
The library board will hold its regu regular
lar regular meeting tonight at the library at
Narcissus bulbs in gift boxes at
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
We announce that we are official
dealers for the 'GRAY' passenger car
and truck for Marion, Citrus, Sum Sumter
ter Sumter and Lake counties. We will be
glad to show and demonstrate to
any one wishing to see the good
points and qualifications of the Gray
Motor Car Call or phone for dem demonstration.
onstration. demonstration. O'NEAL-HOLLY MOTOR COMPANY
300 new REPRINT Fiction 75c.
each at THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cam were visi visitors
tors visitors in Bushnell today.
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
Fall and Winter Millinery
In order to make room for our
large new stock of Spring Milli Millinery,
nery, Millinery, we are offering our up-to-date
stock of Fall and Winter
Hats at the following remarka remarkable
ble remarkable reductions:
$25.00 Hats for $15.00
20.00 Hats for 12.50
15.00 Hats for 10.00
10.00 Hats for 6.50
H Come in and See These Splendid Bargains
While Your Choice is Here
THE ELITE HAT SHOP
DeCamp & Weaver
Remember, tomorrow is dollar day
at the U-Serve Stores. Ten coupons
given with every dollar purchase.
Ask for them. They are valuable. It
THIS IS CHILDREN'S BOOK
WEEK. THE GIFT SHOP HAS THE
Miss Susie Lou Eilis expects to go
to Wildwood tomorrow on a short
Opposite Rest Room
HONOR ROLL FOR
Week ending Nov. 10: First grade,
James Mattair; second grade, Etha
Ratliff, Juanita Reddick; third grade,
Eugenia Mattair; eighth grade, Clara
Britt, Roy O'Hara.
Marvin A. O'Hara, Principal.
Used Ford coupe and' sedan coupe.
Just like new. Will give terms or
trade. 8-6t MACK TAYLOR.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
Do you know that this is CHIL CHILDREN'S
DREN'S CHILDREN'S BOOK WEEK all over the
U. S. A. as well as at THE GIFT
Ocala House Block, Opposite Courthouse
Patrick's genuine all virgin wool
white slipover sweaters for young
men and boys at Jordan's. 7-6t
Mrs. Sage who has been visiting
her son, Mr. C. K. Sage and family,
expects to leave the last of the week
for Tampa. She has been suffering
with a severe cold for the past week
and if well enough will leave for home
Crystal White Wax Bermuda onion
plants, 20 cents per hundred, 75 cents
for 500 and $1.25 per 1000. Bitting
& Company. 13-6t
SUBSCRIPTIONS to Magazines as
CHRISTMAS GIFTS should be order ordered
ed ordered now at THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t
L. T. IZLAR I
The traveling public will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to know that the Ocala-Palatka
bus service has been resumed by Mr.
C. P. Pillans, after a lay-off of some
weeks. See the schedule elsewhere in
The Legion Auxiliary card party
will be held Friday afternoon, Nov. 17, j
at three o clock, in the legion rooms
upstairs in the armory. Phone 219,
Mrs. Edmund Martin, to reserve your
Some new STATIONERY at THE
BOOK SHOP. 14-3t
Advertise in the Evening Star.
TEMPLE THEATER PROGRAM
WEEK NOVEMBER 13-18
MONDAY AND TUESDAY Constance Talmadge suppotred by
Kenneth Harland and Francis Ford in "The Primitive Lover," three three-reel
reel three-reel Harold Lloyd comedy. Admission, 15c. and 25c.
WEDNESDAY Thomas Meighan in "If You Believe It, It Is So,"
and our serial, "Go Get 'Em, Hutch." Admission, 10c. and 20c
THURSDAY Gloria Swans on in "Under the Lash," and two-reel
comedy. Admission, 15c. and 25c
FRIDAY Shirley Mason in "The Ragged Princess" and two-reel
comedy. Admission, 10c. and 20c
SATURDAY Anita Stewart in "A Question of Honor," and two two-reel
reel two-reel comedy. Admission, 10c and 20c
Leave Palalka .... 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala 12:00 M.
Leave Ocala 2:15 P. M.
Arrive Palatka 6:00 P. M.
Ocala leaving point, Ocala House.
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenwood
C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala, Phone 527
One quart New Honey, EE,
tier far JJV
Palm Olive Soap,
three cakes for. .
Heinz Small Can
Cream of Wheat,
three for ........
Jello 12c package,
Quaker Oats, 12c pkg., OO-
three for JJl
Post Toastiei, Or
Vmm fnr MV
vv w - -
Small Graham Crackers,
Senate Coffee) ACin I Lemon Snaps, Cf
per pound UC per package iA
Pint Jars Orange Marmalade 4Uw
Purina Scratch Feed, Chicken Chowder, Cow Chow
and other Feeds
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
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