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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Is Being Played Up in Fall By The
Sinn Fein Element Of
Ireland

Dublin, Nov. 15.(By Associated
Press). in an appeal to the Irish
people on behalf of Miss) MacSwiney
and other women political prisoners
in Mount Joy prison it was declared
today that she had undergone a great
change for the worse and it is feared
she would die. Rumors that she had
died were not confirmed by prison au authorities.
thorities. authorities. CARDINAL LOGUE IS CORRECT
Cardinal Lcgue, primate of Ire Ireland,
land, Ireland, suggests the release of Miss
Mary" MacSwiney from Mount ; Joy
prison, where she has been on a hun hunger
ger hunger strike for eleven days. His sug suggestion
gestion suggestion was contained in a telegram
to the Irish Free State minister of
home affairs and said more, harm
would be. caused by detaining the
women prisoners in Ireland than by
liberating them.
WASHINGTON AFFLICTED
BY SINN FELN WOMEN
Washington, Nov. 15. Mrs. Muriel
MacSwiney, widow of Terence Mac MacSwiney,
Swiney, MacSwiney, former lord mayor of Cork,
was arrested yesterday with eight
other women members of the Amer-?
ican Association for the Recognition
of the Irish Republic, while march
ing before the British embassy armed
with banners demanding the release
of MacSwiney's sister, Miss Mary
MacSwiney, who is held prisoner by
the Irish Free State.
Among the women arrested was
Mrs. Mary Ann Nolan, who gave her
address as 1421 West Seventh street,
Jacksonville, Fla. She gave her age
as eighty years.
Others arrested 'gave their names
as Nora Hennigan;, Mary Boar House,
Mary Ruhlan, Louise Manning, Min Minnie
nie Minnie Carney, Claudia Guary and Bessie
Quinlan. v
When "the women arrived in the
vicinity of the embassy they were
warned by a police captain against
picketing. Refusing to heed these in instructions
structions instructions the group marched around
the embassy. When they returned to
the front of the building a squad of
uniformed police and plain clothesmen
took away their banners and marched
them to police headquarters.
The police said the women -had vio
lated a District of Columbia law by
picketing the embassy.
Mrs. MacSwiney who led the pro
cession was the first woman arrested.
She was bearing a banner which said:
"England murdered my husband, Ter
ence MacSwiney. Will Americans
permit the English Free State to
murder his sister, Mary MacSwiney?
On the "various placards Ireland
was referred to as the "English Free
State," which was declared to be a
"smoke screen" of England.
The women did not resist arrest,
but laughed and chatted with the po
lice who took them in-custody. They
'were led away without commotion,
only one raising a feeble cheer.
Just previous to the arrival of! the
picketers Ambassador Geddes, emerg'
ing smilingly from the embassy,
walked across the street and shook
hands with. Captain Flather, who was
in command, of the police.
;At police headquarters, the nine
women -were held in $500 bail each
after the police had consulted with
United States District Attorney Gor Gordon..
don.. Gordon.. Mrs. MacSwiney announced
that she would not attempt to furnish
bond and the other eight indicated
they would follow her example and
remain in jail awaiting trial.
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PRESIDENT MAY. DELIVER
MESSAGE IN PERSON
Washington; Nov. 15. (Associated
Press). Tentative plans were made
today for President Harding to go to
the capitol next Tuesday to deliver in
person his message to the extra ses
sion of Congress. The arrangements
provide that the opening session next
Monday will be adjourned out of re
spect for Senator Watson of Georgia.
PLAZA PLANS
Roadmaster Scott and Division En Engineer
gineer Engineer .Simpson, of the Seaboard,
have been in the city, discussing
plans for the arrangement of the
union station plaza. It is reasonable
to believe work will begin on the
plaza in a short time.

Great Britain Does Not Like the Main

Turkish Demands to Come Before
the Conerenee at Lausanne
Ixmdon, Nov. 15. (By Associated
Press). The British foreign office,
it was stated in an authoritative quar
ter today, has telegraphed the French
and Italian governments a memoran
dum in which Great Britain declares
that the main Turkish demands which
are to come before the Near East
peace conference at Lausanne are not
regarded favorably by the British
government.
TURKS PROMISE OF COURSE
Constantinople, Nov. 15. (By the
Associated Press). The Turkish, na nationalist
tionalist nationalist government has given "form "formal
al "formal assurances to the Allies that the
stipulations of the Mudania armistice
agreement will be respected.
MIGHT AS WELL STAY AWAY
Athens," Nov. 15. (By Associated
Press) j Riza Tewfik Bey, president
of the council of state in the former
Constantinople government, said here
today he with his Turkish associates
was going to the United States car carrying
rying carrying on the campaign against Mus-tspha-Kemal
Pasha, whom he consid considers
ers considers the destroyer of Turkey.
McCULLY DISCUSSES
HOG KILLING
Fellowship, Nov. 13.
Editor Star: As the time for hog
killing is fast approaching, if you will
allow me a little space I will give to
your readers my experience in killing
hogs and curing 'meat. Possibly it
may be of some interest to some one
who would are to try it. There are
two very essential things in curing
me.at and they are getting the blood
and animal heat out of it. Put your
hogs in a lot or pen the afternoon be before
fore before you butcher so they will bfc
thoroughly rested and do not kill the
hegs until the following afternoon.
Usea small caliber rifle a .22 is
arge enough to shoot them with,
and use a sugar kettle to scald them
in; as it is more convenient than a
barrel. As soon as you hang the hog
up after cleaning cut his head entire-
y off. If there is any blood left from
sticking it will all run out in a few
minutes. Hang the head up by its lip
on a nail driven in something so as to
et the blood drip out of the head. By
using this process you get rid of all
the blood. As soon as your hog is
dressed wash it out with cold- water
arid let it drip at least thirty min
utes or longer. ; Take your hog down
and cut the backbone out. Use a small
butcher knife or a pocket knife. By
cutting the soft end of the rib re remove
move remove the backbone and ribs and then
hang your hog up in the smokehouse
all night. and if the weather is near
freezing you will have all the animal
heat out. But if you any doubt as to
the animal heat not being out, after
cutting your meat up spread it out
on green pinetops until the following
morning with a little salt, sprinkled
on it. Then prepare your brine by
simply using cold water and two or
three pounds of salt to the gallon,
and about one-half ounce of saltpeter
to two gallons of water. I've always
used a common syrup barrel. If you
want sugar-cured meat you can use
brown sugar or syrup, one pound of
sugar or one pint of syrup to two
gallons of brine. Don't boil your
brine; just simply mix it in cold wa water
ter water and put your meat in it and b
nre you have your meat' thoroughly
covered all the time with the brine.
Cover the barrel with a cloth. If you
notice any blood on top of brine in
two or three days, skim it off. This
is sure to occur if you don't get all
the blood out of the meat to begin
with. You can let the meat stay in
pickle from four to six, weeks, ac
cording to size of pieces. When you
are ready to smoke, hang it up in the
afternoon so it will thoroughly dry
before smoking the following morn
ing. I always use green hickory for
smoking and onlysmoke two'or three
days. I have used the above method
for a number of years and havent
lost a pound of meat, altho I never
cured very large hams and shoulders,
especially those' weighing over ten
pounds, but small meat, backbones
and spareribs, we have kept for
months in pickle. This method is not
copied from any bulletin and is cer certainly
tainly certainly practical and simple. Try it
and be convinced. S. J. McCully.
Advertise in the. Evening Star.

Officers of Nation-Wide Co-Opera tive

Organizations Will Address The
Growers and Business Men
Mr. J. S. Edwards and Mr. A. R.
Rule, who will make addresses in
Ocala tomorrow on co-operative mar
keting, are officers of the first co
operative marketing organization to
be formed on a nation-wide scale.
There have been many co-operative
organizations handling the fruits and
vegetables of a certain section of the
country only. This is the first to
handle produce from every section of
the country, and as such should be
greatly interesting to the growers of
Florida. Mr. Edwards is from Cali
fornia and Mr. Rule from New York
and other officers of the new organi organization
zation organization are from various 'parts of thai
United States.
At 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in the courthouse Mr. Edwards and
Mr. Rule will address a big meeting
of growers from Marion and adjoin
ing counties. At 7:30 o'clock tomor
row evening they will address an au audience
dience audience of business men and Svomen at
a supper' in the dining hall of the
Methodist church. The supper will be
served by the ladies of the church.'
In the afternoon co-operative market marketing
ing marketing will be discussed in particular
from the growers' viewpoint and in
the evening from the bankers' and
business men's point of view."
Mr. Edwards and Mr. Rule, accom-i
panied by Mr. J. J.' Parrish, secretary
and manager of the Southwest Geor
gia Melon' Growers Association, will
arrive in Ocala about noon tomorrow,
coming from Gainesville by auto..
There are still a few tickets left
for the supper tomorrow night, but
very few; These can be obtained from
the secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce. No tickets will be sold
after tonight.
All of the tickets for the supper
have not been sold. A number more
can be seated very comfortably in the
dining hall. The tickets can be ob obtained
tained obtained at the Chamber of Commerce
or from any of the following: I P.
Wilson, Max Israelson, Dr. J. H.
Therrell, Robert Clarkson, H. D.
Stokes, L. H. Pillans and K. C. Moore.
Those who wish tickets are asked to
purchase them by tonight, so that the
total number to be served will be
known. The supper is primarily for
the business men and women but any
one interested in the subject of co cooperative
operative cooperative marketing will be 'more
than welcome.
SCREENS. PERMISSIBLE FOR
SOFT DRINK RESORTS
Pensacola, Nov. 16. Screens at the
entrances of saloons in the days be before
fore before prohibition were the targets for
temperance workers and others who
believed publicity would r go a long
way toward correcting the evils of
the tiarroom and when the country
went dry it was believed they would
be relegated to the museums. Sev
eral operators of soft drink empori emporiums
ums emporiums here, however, hung screens at
the- entrances of their places and
these became the subject of attack.
An ordinance was enacted prohibiting
screens that would obstruct the view
from the outside and for failure to
comply with the law nine business
men were haled into court last week.
Recorder Morer held that the screen
law was not violated if no alcoholic
drinks were sold and the cases were
dismissed.
SEEMS DIFFICULT TO
MAKE JUSTICE STICK
Orlando, Nov. 15. (By Associated
Press). Alfonso Pissani, a member
of the band which played here last
winter and arrested in New York on
complaint of a young woman of this
city, was today given his liberty after
eight months' imprisonment. The first
trial resulted in conviction with life
penalty, but he was granted a new
trial. The young woman left the
state however since the trial and no
one appeared to prosecute.
ACCEPT FOUR JURORS
AT MARION, ILLS.
Marion, Ills., Nov. 15. (Associated
Press). Four jurors have been ac accepted
cepted accepted in the trial of five men charg charged
ed charged with murder in connection with the

Herrin mine killings. All four stated evening with an interpreter, sound sound-they
they sound-they would vote for the death penalty ing the man-in-the-street for his
if the evidence warranted. vievp on the League of Nations.

Rush of Refugees from Asia Minor
Is Becoming Too Great For Their
Limited Resources

Washington, Nov. 15. The Greek
government is asking the "utmost
help" from every nation in its efforts'
to care for hundreds of thousands of
refugees which continue to pour out
of Asia Minor as a result of Turkish
military successes, accordin gto a
cable from the director of the Red
Cross Near East Relief. The cable
declares the fate of a million Chris Christians
tians Christians hangs largely on 'the "quick
charity of America."
WIVES ARE WITNESSES
In the Murder Case of the State
Versus Brabham
Jacksonville, Nov. 15. (By the
Associated press). Neil Brabham,
twenty-one, alleged to have stabbed
to death Earl T. Black, after the lat latter
ter latter had accusem him of calling his
sister-in-law's new car a "piece of
junk," went on trial charged with
second degree murder in criminal
court today. The wives of both men
are the principal witnesses. Brab Brabham
ham Brabham contends Black fell pn the knife
during the fight.
PERU AND CHILE MAY
BECOME PEACEABLE
Settlement of the Tacna-Arica Dis Dis-pute
pute Dis-pute Has Taken Another
Forward Step
Santiago, Chile, Nov. 15.; (By the
Associated Press). The Tacna-Arica
protocol with Peru was adopted last
night by the chamber without reser reservations
vations reservations and now returns to the sen senate.
ate. senate. The senate is not expected to
insist upon its former reservations to
the Washington agreement.
KEPT A RECORD OF
THE AUTO TOURISTS
St. Augustine, Nov. 16. The Eve
ning Record here in an effort to de determine
termine determine the volume of foreign or
tourist 'automobile traffic through
the city from the north arranged a
few days ago to keep a check on such
cars entering St. Augustine from
Jacksonville through the old Spanish
city gate. On.. hundred twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight such machines were counted
during the daylight hours in the one
dayj, all bound south. Eleven of the
number were returning Florida winter
visitors who have purchased Florida
license tags early this year and who
had carried the tags all summer -in
the north. The others were: Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, 4; Alabama, 2; Indiana, 12;
Michigan, 27; Missouri, 2; Maine, 2;
Scuth Carolina, 3; Pennsylvania, 4;
Ohio, 15; New York, 12; Massachu
setts, 4; Connecticut, 2; Kentucky, 2f;
Illinois, 18; Tennessee, 3; California,'
Canada, 2.
TEXANS SHOULDN'T
BE SO TRUCULENT
Washington, Nov. 15. (Associated
Press). The 'Mexican embassy has
made representations to the state de department
partment department against- the alleged lynching
of a Mexican in Weslaco, Texas, Sat
urday and asking guarantees of the
Mexican consul in Hidalgo, Texas,
whose life is said to have been threat threatened.
ened. threatened. According to the embassy, the
Mexican was taken from jail and
lynched after his arrest following a
fight with an American.
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL f
BUSINESS CHANGED HANDS
Messrs. C. L. Prince and J. R. Fus Fus-sell
sell Fus-sell have purchased the plumbing and
electrical business of Mr. H. .TV.
Tucker in the Merchants' block and
will continue the business at the
same stand. Mr. Fussell has been
working with Mr. Tucker for somv,
time and knows the business from top
to bottom. The new firm is out for
business and expects to get its share
of all the construction and repair
work of the community- The Star
wishes Messrs. Prince and Fussell
all success.
It is said that Governor Cox, of
Ohio, went about $he gardens of the
Tuilleries in Paris in the cool of the

Resignation of the Wirth Cabinet Is
Treating His Administration
Rough

Berjin, Nov. 15. (By Associated
Press). President Ebert is confront
ed with one of the most ritical prob problems
lems problems of his administration as a result
of the resignation last night of the
Wirth cabinet.. Dr. Wirth -resigned
with his associates when the social socialists
ists socialists refused to participate in the
coalition ministry. Ebert today con
ferred with leaders of the socialists
and non-socialists parties in an ef
fort to create a new ministry.
WORK HAS COMMENCED ON
NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
Expected that the County Will Meet
the City at the Limits
Manager Brumby has shifted his
street force to North Magnolia and
will carry it rapidly to the city limits,
where he has the promise of -the
county commissioners to meet him
with the Dixie Highway. What is
meant by this is that the county will
put in "shape the new route of the
highway, partly built by the state
road department from the Gainesville
read to town, but discontinued a
couple of years ago. The grading on
lhi! route has been mostly made, and
it is reasonable to suppose the city
and county work will soon meet.
ENGLISH VOTING LLOYD
GEORGE BACK IN
Unless, Perhaps, They Are
Him Further Out
Voting
London, Nov. 15. (By Associated
Press) The electorate of Great Brit Britain
ain Britain swarmed to the polls by millions
today to elect the fourth -parliament
of the reign of King George V. No
eleventh hour developments lessened
the uncertainty of the result. There
are a few prophets who venture fore forecasts
casts forecasts but tie a string to their predic predictions.
tions. predictions. LATER REPORTS MAKE
DEATH LIST LONGER
Full Extent of the South American
Disaster is Not Yet
v Known
Santiago, Nov. 15 (By Associated
Press). Scarcely a house remains
standing in the Vallenar valley of
northern Chile asja result of the
earthquakes and marine disturbances
of last Week. The full extent of the
disaster which centered upon the pro provinces
vinces provinces of Atacama and Coquimbo be became
came became more fully known today with
the reopening of telegraph communi communications.
cations. communications. In these tw provinces the
victims numbered 1500 so far as is
known but it is expected. the number
will be increased.
FELLOWSHIP
Fellowship,. Nov. 9. Mr. Joe Hud-
gens ana sister nave purcnasea jut.
W. M. Sutherland's farm. Mr. Suth Sutherland
erland Sutherland will probably move to Plant
City. We are sorry to have this fam family
ily family leave tis, as they have proven
themselves to be good neighbors.
The Morriston basketball team
came over last Friday afternoon to
take the eame from Fellowship. But
they were not strong enough as the
game stood 43 to 4 in favor of Fel Fellowship.
lowship. Fellowship. The Morriston girls f are
good sports and took their defeat
without a, murmur and will go home
with the determination of doing more
and better team work.'
Fellowship school pulled off its lit
erary society Friday afternoon, but
the writer was unable to attend and
hasn't a copy of the program so can't
make any special report on it, but we
understand it was -a good meeting.
Mr. Berry Carter of -, Ocala has
rented the J. D. Ferguson place and
is preparing to plant a spring crop of
vegetables. We haven't been able to
learn what he is going to plant and
the number of acres acres-Mr.
Mr. acres-Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McCully of
Kendrick were week-end guests of
relatives here.
Mrs N. H. Lanier and Master
Howard returned home last Friday
afternoon after spending several days
with Mrs. Lanier's parents.
We are glad to report that Miss
Geneva McCully is improving and will
soon be herself again.

Almost Thirteen Hundred Dollars
WTas' the Lucky Amount
Handed In

School fund deficit Nov. 13. $23,243.36 V
Received since ..........J" 1.289.J.&
Present deficit, Nov. 15.. $21,9446
METHOD FOR CONTROL
OF THE BOLL WEEVIL

(By K .C. Moore, County Agent)
" The University of Florida Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Experiment Station has just is issued
sued issued a "preliminary report upon an
improved method of controlling the
boll weevil. The method was work
ed out by Mr. Geo. D; Smith, who for
over fifteen years lias been studying
the boll weevil with the hopes of find finding
ing finding a prtxtical means of its control.
Although the experiments have not
been as extensive as the scientists in
tend to make them, and although, un under
der under their ordinary rules of thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly testing out each finding "of "this
kind before putting it ; before the
public they would ordinarily run these
experiments over several years, they
feel that the plan has worked so well
as that the cotton farmers should get
the information at as early a date as
possible. The control work this sea- -son-was
done under field conditions'
by negro tenants on their own crops!
The expense' wa svery little and the
net profits beyond the most sanguine
i hopes ; of vthe investigators.
Dr. Newell of the Experiment Sta
tion says: "This is one of the most
significant accomplishments of., our
stajte agricultural institution."
The following statement occurs in
the Agricultural News Service of the
Extension Division of. the college and
Experiment Station: N N .
Improved Method of Controlling The
. Boll Weevil .
An improved, efficient and inexpen inexpensive
sive inexpensive method for the control of ; the"-
boll weevil having been announced by
the State Plant Board of Florida arid
the University of Florida Experiment
Station, many persons will naturally
want to he cited concrete instances
where the method, was efficient and
inexpensive. When this statement
was mtde,to Plant Commissioner and
Director Newell, he replied:
"All right, here is one. Represen Representative
tative Representative experiments were conducted on
a 3000-acre plantation, 'This planta plantation
tion plantation belongs to S. A. Smith and is
about five miles from MadisonT It is
typical land, capable of producing
under normal conditions about 400
pounds of seed cotton to the acre. But
it was somewhat run down last year
because of the boll weevil and produc produced
ed produced only fifty pounds to the acre.
"This year Mr." Smith did not fur furnish
nish furnish his tenants with any fertilizer,
but did supply them with seed. The
plants of last year's crop were not de destroyed
stroyed destroyed and the plantation, is sur surrounded
rounded surrounded and dotted with swamps and
woods, all of which insured an abun abun-dance
dance abun-dance of weevils this year. Therefore
there was little reason to expect
much of a cotton crop on this planta plantation
tion plantation this year, while the reasons
against a good crop were plentiful.
"However, Mr. Smith and his ten tenants
ants tenants co-operated and the improved
method was administered under the
direction of Geo. D. Smith (the plant
board specialist who conducted, the
experiments described in bulletins on
this subject" issued recently by the
Plant Board and Experiment Station,
Gainesville). In spite of adverse, con conditions
ditions conditions a fairly good crop of cotton
was produced. In factthe yield was
440 .pounds to .the acre,'' even greater
than the owner said it should be un under
der under normal conditions.
"The average profit upon the treat
ed fields, which 'comprise 95.1- acres,
was $22.43 to the acre. In Mother
words, without, lifting his hands Mr.
Smith's cotton crop was increased by
52257.67. And this increase cost him
only $127.37 (for poison and other
expenses of applying the treatment).
He thus had a- clear net profit on that
part of his cotton acreage, in which
the method was applied. (95.1 acres)
of $2130.30."
The concert' of nations will be
more harmonious when England and
France decide which is to play second
fiddle. Greeley Tribune-Republican.
President Harding fays that the
world owes much to bankers; which which-is
is which-is no doubt true, but he needn't rub
it in. Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1922

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K. OF P. DISTRICT
MEETING AT REDDICK
Almost everyone knows that is,
they have read or Deen toia mere
were seven wise men in ancient
Greece. There were eight wise men
in Ocala Tuesday night who turned
deaf ears to the blandishments of the
circus and instead hied them to Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick to attend the K. of P. district
meeting, held with Millwood Lodge
No. 91.
' Millwood is one of the most thriv
ing of Marion county's several thriv thriving
ing thriving K. of P. lodges. It has lately
finished a lodge home, with a large
community room on the first floor .and
the castle hall on the second. The
lodge rooirf is handsome and well fit fitted
ted fitted and attracts the favorable notice
oiJ aD who enter it.
' Millwood lodge is flourishing and
. made up of a fine set of men, most of
them well known in Ocala The offi
cers are C. B. Howell, C. C; H. Gat Gat-rell
rell Gat-rell Jr.. V. C: Rev. McAuley, prelate;
M. L. Shealy, M. of W.; S. L. Fridy,
Kj of R. and S.; C. J. Fridy, M. of Ex.;
Walton H. Bishop, M. at A.; A. N.
Rou. I. G.; T. L. Brothers, O. G.
Tuesday night, the chancellor com commander
mander commander having work on the floor,
., Knight McCauley presided and Knight
A. N- Ralph took the vice chancel chancellor's
lor's chancellor's chair. N
It was a grateful surprise to the
.lodge t)o have the head of the order
in the state, Grand Chancellor Watts,
.. present. The grand changellor had
spent the day at Micanopy, fishing,
.with Dr. Watkins and came over in
, the evening to meet with Millwood.
. After the lodge organized, there
TV CS0 Oil CbUUACOt? A JL JllX liA-lVy glUUU
cellor. Mr. Watts is an easy and
. earnest speaker, and his talk was
- heard with pleasure and profit.
After hearine the errand chancellor.
the lodee put on work in the first
rank, and the lessons of a nacre were
taught to Rodney Carn. The young
. man went bravely thru the ordeal, and
it became evident to all that he would
; in time become a goodly knight.
,.This work finished, District Deputy
. Grand Chancellor W. W. Stripling
. took the chair, and the business of
.. the evening was rapidly attended to.
By this time the good knights were
, almost good nights, for they had la-
bored long and strenuously and were
drawing their belts tight to press the
sides yof their tummies together! But
TOWN PESTS
The Tramp is a Pest that blooms In
the Backyard only In tho Summer.
When he Shows Up at the kitchen
door, summon Faithful Hector," inven inventor
tor inventor of the Bum's Rush, and have him
Usher the Tramp into the Alley. If
We gotta Work for our Eats, why
should Tramps coast through the
World on their Nerve?

- mi 'r ,ar "v. "vi e im ji i i i i i i i

' W. 1 aaaVSftesK I", I J I

just then some one smote lustily upon
the door and the word was passed
within that .supper was ready
It was ready indeed, and all the
knightly throng descended to the big
room down stairs, where the festive
boards were laden with purlo and the
hospitable hostesses passed back and
forth providing coffee, and as fast as
a dish was emptied replacing it with
another newly filled. It has been said
that the art of making really, truly
American purlo was acquired in Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, and after eating the contents of
two big, well filled bark dishes this
scribe conceded that there was much
foundation for the story.
' Many of the good ladies of Reddick

were present, serving the viands, in
which they were aided by a bevy of
blooming Florida maidens, whose good
looks explain why autos from many
other points head toward Reddick so
often on Sunday afternoon and moon
light evenings.
Following the supper, Grand Chan
cellor Watts,' Messrs. Stripling and
SJ C. Mayo made appreciated talks;
Following this was a little fun. Mr.
C. M. Carn rendered his always mirth
proyoking darkey preacher sermon,
and Rev. R. Y. Walde'n, a monologist
and imitator of considerable merit,
gave two funny stunts. In one he
imitated a dogfight so faithfully that
a dog which had slipped into tho
crowd bristled and barked. In the
other he crybabied so genuinely that
half the crowd laughed and the other
half wanted to cry.
Soon after, the party broke up and
all returned home. The eight wise
men from Ocala were Messrs. W. W.
Stripling, I. U. Forbes, W. W. Rilea,
Darden, Todd, Carn, Hendrix and
Benjamin, who came into town at
11:1 P- m- their hearts full of
content and their tummies full of
purlo.
CLARK FOR GOVERNOR
Congressman Frank Clark an
nounces that he will be a candidate
for the office of governor in the next
election.
Mr. Clark is a man of brilliant at
tainments, strong character and with
wide knowledge of public affairs. He
has been a good congressman for
nearly eighteen' years, and has been
elected for two more. If he is elected
governor, he will make a good one.
The indications are that there will
be at least four candidates in the
next gubernatorial race. We cant
prophecy the election of any one of
them, but we can say without fear
of contradiction that it will take a
mighty swift 'runner to outdistance
Frank Clark.
REV. E. M. HENDERSON
The Rev. E. M. Henderson, former
well known and highly esteemed Mar Marion
ion Marion couny man, died in Jacksonville
at an early hour this morning. H
had been ill but a very slort time and
his death will come as a great shock
to his multitude of friends. Mr. Hen
derson was pastor of Woodlawn Bap
tist church, Jacksonville, one of the
most active churches in the city. He
had served in that capacity for a num number
ber number of years and had achieved large
success. It will be remembered that
he recently married Miss Grace
Stanaland of Lynne. The remains will
be brought to Ocala on the Seaboard
limited today and at once carried to
the old family home at Lynne. The
funeral services are to be. held at the
Oklawaha Bridge Baptist church to-,
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Count Countless
less Countless friends in this county, where the
deceased grew to manhood, will be
deeply grieved to learn of his demise
and the surviving kindred will have
the tenderest sympathy of every one.
SMITH MUST YIELD TO
SECTARIAN SENTIMENT
(Miami Herald)
Naturally, the overwhelming polit
ical victory of Governor Alfred E.
Smith, in connection with his won
derful personal popularity in New
York state and elsewhere is moving
his ardent admirers, and he has thou-
sanas 01 tnem, to suggest him as
available timber for the democratic
nomination for the presidency in 1924.
A great leader, a wise governor, a
clean man and politician, Governor
Smith will appeal to those democrats
who are now surveying the field in
the hop that they can select a man
who can carry the party to victory in
the next presidential election.
But, unfortunately there is a condi
tion in this country that cannot be
overcome by argument, the mere dis
cussion of which arouses the most
intense controversy, everywhere.
Governor Smith is not of the re religious
ligious religious faith from which presidents
of the United States have always
been taken. The mere suggestion of
a president from the religious organi organization
zation organization to which he belongs would open
up a religious controversy that would
incalculably injure the whole country.
It is unfortunate that we are not
wise enough, not liberal enough toi

put our theories as to religious free- J CHRISTMAS GIFTS should be order order-dom
dom order-dom into practice, but the facts are led now at THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t

as they are,' and we will have to de

pend upon further years of education
and tolerance before we can hope to
dn full justice to such men as Gov Governor
ernor Governor Smith.
HAMP CONSOLES HIMSELF
Ocala, November 14th( 1922.
Editor Star: I read with profound
interest your editorial on the Ocala
postoffice in which you made repeated
reference to myself, and I note with
much interest the appellation "B. R.
A.," meaning as you say, Benevolent
Republican Autocrat.
I immediately after reading it, went
to my library to determine just the
meaning of this term, but being un unable
able unable to find 1 anything there satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory upon the subject, pther than the
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, and
in my hurried review of this being
unable to apply the subject matter of
your remarks to the writing, I have
concluded that your division of it into
three parts is upon the same plane as
the : negro preacher who announced
his text to his congregation in the
language, "My brethren, I divides my
subject into three parts. The first is
about which I know nothing, the sec second
ond second is about which you know nothing,
and the third is about which neither
you, I, nor Gtod Almighty know noth noth-ing."
ing." noth-ing."
It is apparent to me that taking
these three words, Benevolent Repub Republican
lican Republican Autocrat, that they must' stand
upon the same footing because it Is
evident that I know nothing about
'benevolence," that you know nothing
about the "republican party," and
that neither you nor I nor God Al Almighty
mighty Almighty knows nothing about an "au "autocrat."
tocrat." "autocrat." However, feeling as I do, and know knowing
ing knowing that you wrote the squib without
any effort to conjure up differences
between friends of many years, I
therefore must quietly close my offic.
and in my solitude, sing lowly to my myself
self myself the first lines of that famous little
ditty written by the immortal Homer
Shapespeare Whittier Riley, ,"Tis
music to the gambler's ears to hear
the losers' cry."
Believe me, Ben, I have some ear
for music. Yours truly,
H. M. Hampton.
Dear Hamp: All this is interesting,
but it does, not tell lis if you intend
to accept the honorable title of B. R.
A., or have it wished on you.
, We cannot accept the negro preach preacher
er preacher as authority. As we, and you,
know, most .'; ridiculous darkey re remarks
marks remarks are put into their mouths by
white men, and it is strange that one
of your political faith adds to the
downtrodden colored man's burdens.
That stuff about your not being be
nevolent you should not hand to us,
for we have caught you at it several
times. Well bet you a ticket to the
fair that we can write two columns
of authentic history about the repub
lican party without looking at the die
tionary and that you can't.' As for an
autocrat, .we all know it is directly
the opposite of a democrat so that
disposes of your argument.
True it is that politics is not worth
even a little personal friendship, let
alone one of, long standing, but poli
tics, death and taxes we will have
with us always. You need not have
told us, Hamp, that you have an ear
for music That is self-evident also
that you have an ear for a musician.
SENATOR FLETCHER'S
CORRECT STATEMENT
(Times-Union)
:" Senator Fletcher, in his very admir
able address, delivered here on Arm
istice Day, briefly but none the less
patriotically and warningly said:
"Brand us as tin-American, if they
be here, and keep out forever if they
come, those who would jeopardize the
physical safety of the nation, the
right to live undisturbed under the
institutions and customs planned by
the fathers the opportunity to im
prove the national well-being of our
people in agriculture, industr yand
commerce." Here is something for
constant, serious thought and the
most considerate action.
REGULAR MEETING
MASONIC LODGE
Thursday night regular meet-
' ing Marion-Dunn Lodge No.
19. Work in-master's degree.
A. C. BLOWERS, W. M.
NOTICE, CHAPTER MEMBERS.
Special meeting of Ocala Chapter
No. 13, Wednesday, Nov. 15th. In
spection 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.'
: SUBSCRIPTIONS to Magazines as

WHAT EVERY DOG KNOWS
The cat will turn.
The good fight young.
Love m love lay" master.
Fleas never coma 'slsxlj.
What Is thr in a ribbon?
Rough-house is its rwn reward.
Who steals my leash steals trash.
What is home without the folks?
There's no such word as "unfaith

ful."
Children should be borne wits, not
hurt.
Oh, what Is so rare as a day on the
hunt I
A dog-catcher Is no respecter of
pedigree.
Bark unto others as others bark
unto you.
A soft look turneth away Che mas
ter's wrath.
Never put off tin tomorrow the
bones that should be burled today.
A place for every bone, and every
bone in its place.
Whom boys would destroy, t&ej
first tie with tin cans.
Of all sad words of tongue or pen,
the saddest are these:- "Left home
again.'
SSBRSi
Some dogs are born fighters, seme
achieve fights and some have fights
thrust upon them. Edmund J. SHefer
in Life. 4
POINTED PARAGRAPHS
Between two evils many of us choose
both.
A little money Is a dangerous thing
at an auction sale.
If all our wishes were gratified how
poor we should be!
- Differences of opinion; however, do
not change the facts in the case.
What a lot of Insulting things yov
would say to people if yon dared, i
Your faith is not measured by your
appreciation of the faults of others.
He who does not preach with what
he is will never persuade with what he
says.
There Is not much demand for people
with abnormal nerve, except as book
agents.
Some have a hard time picking out a
car for heaven because all the lower
berths seem to be taken.
The man who sets out to learn how
to make a lot of money does well to
learn how not to lose It. -Chicago
Dally News. ...
FARM JOURNAL SAYS:
Sleep with your mouth shut; keep
your mouth shut also when angry.
There are several kinds of health In Insurance.
surance. Insurance. One of them Is a pair of good
overshoes for every' za' ember of the
family.
The language of flowers Is tender
and beautiful, but It contains no sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory expression for the man who
stubs bis toe.
Uncle Levi Zlnk says that some men
are honest as the day Is lfng, but
they enjoy themselves best In the win winter
ter winter months.
We hear that 2,500 Bve PeOsn ft ess
recently arrived In London, and ex expressed
pressed expressed much satlsfactloa at tho
sights of the metropolis.
The most dangerous man m society
is not the man who robs his neighbor,
but the one who stands back and says,
"It's nothing to me what ether folks
do."
P1TH0GRAMS
One fool Is enough to stock' the
family. 4
The gladdest day of any man's Ufa
is tomorrow.
Funny how a man's mistakes always
trail after him.
Stealing chickens Is a misdemeanor
even if you like 'em.
There is no hope for the man who
believes himself a failure.
ODD FACTS
In Japan, dresses are often sold by
weight.
Elephants have been known tft lire
200 years.
Farming was the occupation of half
the population of France before the
war.
Women today are said to buy "50
per cent more shoes than they crrer
did before.

USED CAR VALUES

1920 model Buick -roadster excellent
condition.
191 Buick five-passenger; good con condition.
dition. condition. '
1920 model Maxwell touring, re
built.
1921 Dodge delivery truck, excellent
condition. '.'
1920 model Ford light truck with
starter.
1920 model Chalmers, 5-passenger.
Easy terms' if desired.
R. R. CARROLL, Ocala, Fla, ;
13-3t Maxwell-Chalmers Agent.
Crystal White Wax Bermuda onion
plants, 20 cents per hundred, 75 cents
for 500 and $1.25 per 1000. Bitting
& Company. 18-t

The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel in the South

MIAMI,

Rates Reasonable

The Commercial and Bnaiaeest Mem Always Welcona

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LOOK AGAIN. YOU'RE RIGHT.
:v 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 savins 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 J protection.
; 'And it would cost her only a few cents a day to make sure that
.the food is protected.
' ' t
06ala Ice & Packing Company

OUR Rao NES
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
- YOURS FOR, SERy ICE
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WATCH FOR
AFOUNCEMIEOTS
IN THE STAR

SALT SPRINGS WATER
, Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
A 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 ;

Blue 'bowls, golden yellow' bowls,
pottery bowls for narcissus bulbs at
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
Gerig. s 14-6t
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OGALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1922

, V

iKeWiiaTbity OCALA 0BSERVA1IGES

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

RICHES HAVE WINGS: Laoour
tot to be rich: cease from thine owb
rtsdom. For riches certainly aaaka
fcemselves wings ; they fly away.
rroverbs 23: 4. 5.

t NOTICE OF REMOVAL
I have moved my shoe repair shop
to Gold street, east .of the Anthony
mA T am better prepared than

If you have any news items for this

department, phone five-one.

Mr. J. R. Brock of Statesboro, Ga.,

who has been spending a few days at

Eastlake, is now in Ocala.

(Evening Star Nov. 15, 1902)
The first spelling bee held in Ocala

for a long time took place at the arm

ory last night. J The attendance was
large and the sum of $40.90 was
realized from the door receipts. The

old-time' blueback speller was used

and R.' L. Anderson- filled the position
of spelling master, while Rev. W. C.

Lindsay; acted as referee. Rev. L. B.

Warren and Miss Sue Barco were the

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand, who

have been enjoying, a visit with Mr.

. j : iDurand's brother. Mr. Frank Durand. I j v.

0VCT DlOrC ZO give you gOUU dcxtu. t 1 xyxnia auu catu vaivoc via a j

wm ai xaiaua, uve iurUCu; uuinc. I ants. The spelling began and X. U

Chamblisa was the first to sit down.

rermize your pot plants ana lawn Mrs M Barc0 went down next,

Those in need of my services

please bring in their work and call

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

Any one having rummage for the
ladies of the Baptist church or who

wish any information about sale,

please call at once Mrs. Collins, 569,

or Mrs. Floyd 432. 14-zt

flowers with Albert's Jnt Food. Sold then M. Ballard. Miss Piatt. Lou

in Zac., ouc. and $z packages at tne

Court Pharmacy. 18-tf

We can supply your wants in the

fresh meat, poultry and vegetable line

on short notice. Try us. Phone 103.

Main Street Market. 1-tf

REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Five-acre orange grove in
best orange section around
Lake Weir. Produces 600 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.
Price .. .' ....$6000
Five-room bungalow, modern
in every particular, on paved
street; lot 105 x 210. Terms.
Price ....$2500
Six-room house. Price. .$1100
Six-room house. Price.. .$1300
Six-room house. Price. .$1600
1 These are bargains. I have
others.
S. S. SAVAGE, Jr.
" :.' REALTOR

Food will perform wonders with your

pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court

Pharmacy. tf

Fruit cake, layer,' cake, pound cake

and raisin cake (Gardner's) at Main

Street Market. Phone 108. 10-tf

BACKACHE IS DISCOURAGING

Ocala, says: "I had kidney trouble
and I suffered with a lame back. I
had sharp pains through my kidneys
when I swept or walked. My kidneys
acted irregularly, causing much an annoyance.
noyance. annoyance. I went to bed tired and got
up tired and I surely felt miserable.
I became so dizzy that I almost fell
over. I was advised to try Doan's
Kidney Pills so I bought a box at the

Anti-Monoonly Drue Store.- Doan's

quickly helped me and after using one
box I was rid of the backache. I have

used Doan's since then with equally

as good results.

Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney, remedy get

Doan's Kidney Pills the same

Mrs. Parker had. Foster-Milburn Co.,

Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 2.

Green, Mrs. Benton, E. C. Smith,

Editor Frank Harris, Gen.. Robert

Bullock and so on down the line. Mrs.

William Sinclair was the last lady
standing on Miss Barco's side and

Mrs. F. E. Harris on Mr. Warren's

side. R. A. Burford and A. E. Geng

were the last cpntlemen on the floor.

Mr. ana Mrs. ueorge rora oi jac- M Burforti went down and Mr. Geriir

sonville, arrived in Ocala last night was acclaimed the champion of the

Dy auxomoDue ana are ai me nume x pvpm--p.. Mr ry,an,w;ss and Mr. Bal

Mr. B. A. Weathers. Mr. Weathers, lard ot the boobv prizes. Messrs.

who has been in New York for some GeTig and Burford the first prizes of

montns visnrag nis sons, is expeciea th. mQ!.i sides. Mr Gerie- be-

home in a few days. Inno-Prl fn Mr. Warrpn' side and Mr.

Burford to Miss Barco's. Delichtful

A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant J instrumental music was enjoyed dur-

ing the evening. Mrs. Carney and
Mrs. Mclver and a quartet composed
of Messrs. Tex Martin, Clifford An

derson, Jake and Albert Gerig ren

dered "A Spell" amid much laughter.

D. E. Mvlver was the urbane door doorkeeper,
keeper, doorkeeper, j'

Below we 'give the list of prizes

won by Marion county and; Marion
county people at the state fair:

Best collective exhibit from one

farm $50, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.

Best collective exhibit of any coun

ty to embrace all products $350, Mar Marion
ion Marion county, H. W. Long, commissioner

in charge.

Best bale of hay made of peanut

vines $2, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.

Best bushel of velvet beans $2, L.

P. Miller, Ocala.

Best hill of cassava, one year's

grown, $2, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.

Best Florida cured ham $5, W. M.

Gist, Mcintosh.

, Best Florida raised colt, two years
old, J. R. Blackiston.
Best Florida raised mule, two years
old, J.-R. Blackiston.
Best yearling boar,' W. M. Gist.

Best boar, two sows and pen of four

pigs, W. M. Gist, second.

Best collective exhibit of certain

Any one having rummage for the

ladies ,of the Baptist church .or who

wish any information about sale,
please call at once Mrs. Collins, 569,

or Mrs. Floyd 432. 14-2t

Mr. and Mrs. Lynne Walker of

Jacksonville spent the week-end in
Ocala with Mrs. Walker's parents,

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akin. Mr. and

Mrs. Walker were married in Jack

sonville on the 12th of November,

Mrs. Walker before her marriage was

Mrs. Dorothy Mobley and made her

home in Ocala. for several months
with her parents. Mr. Walker has

But Not So Bad If You Know How to
Reach the Cause

Nothing more discouraging than a a position with the traction company
constant backache. Lame when you I in Jacksonville and served his time

Kite iJETELra 2H? J th rid before being gassed

rest. Backache often indicates bad and wounded. The friends of this
lridnevs: Ocala neoole recommend I couple extend to them their best

Doan's Kidney Pills. Ask your neigh- wishes for their future happiness.

.JKXnK W Mr: nd Mrs- Walker are making

their home in Riverside, Jacksonville.

We buy second-hand furniture! Ap

ply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex

position street. 10-tf

The more our customers see of our

methods of handling fresh meats, the

Come to. see us.

Phone 108. tf

better we like it.
Main Street Market

Nowadays a smart king keeps on

goqd terms with his army. Detroit

News.

FREE TICKET TO THE FAIR

Plumbing & Electrical

' Contracting

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

Needham. Motor Co.

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
v them.
SPENCER PEDRICK
MOTOR CO.
PHONE 8

We want all our friends and pat

rons to go to the fair on Thursday,
November 30th. Come to the Phillips
Drug Store and purchase $5.00 worth

of standard goods and we, will give
you one ticket to the fair. (This list
is only a suggestive one. You can

change the items to suit yourself):
One Durham Duplex Razor and

three blades $1.00

One bottle of Dr. Beach's Blood
Purifier
One Dr. West Tooth Brush
One bottle Vick's Salve

One bottle Red Cross Liniment.
One Meg-Lac Tooth Paste
One box Talcum Powder.

One box R. C. R. Pills
One Bottle Arapahoe Tonic...

1.00

.50
.35

i

....... ... Wi. TVgVbUUlVO) V t-.

$2, J. J. Tillis, Martel.

Best floral exhibit, diploma and

$25, Ocala Greenhouse.

Best exhibit of Florida woods, di

ploma, O. W. Reagan, Ocala.

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Nov. 15, 1912)
All the powers will be fools if they

allow the Turks or any other single
nation to control the Bo'sphorus and

the Dardanelles. Those straits should

be free to the commerce of the world

and no forts should menace them.

Mr. James Anderson, formerly a

much esteemed citizen of Ocala, but

of late years a resident of South

Florida, died at 5:30 o'clock yester

day at the home of his daughter, Mrs.

J. H. Strunk, on Wenona street.

The sad news has been received

here of the death of Mrs. J. J. Easter Easter-ling
ling Easter-ling of N Montezuma, Ga. Mrs. East-

erling was about sixty-seven years

old and one of the most beloved
women of Montezuma. She was the

sister of Mrs. J. A. Walters of this
city, who went to Montezuma three

ii

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER

Careful estimates made on all eon-

tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other

ontrmctor in ut city.

.25 I wees aS to help nurse her.

:50

.25!

25

1.00!

Judge Joseph Bell and Deputy

Sheriff Brigance went out early this
morning to the swamp along Silver
Springs and returned in time for lata
breakfast, bringing two fine fat tur turkey
key turkey goblers' which they brought
down while on 'the wing.
The Arabs are famed for their hos hospitality.
pitality. hospitality. If a man comes beneath an

Let us smmlv vonr o.o T?0... AraDS roor he Js an honored guest,

onable prices and prompt delivery our ?ut of trade has the Arabs

siogan. Mam street Market.- Phone

$5.10

PHILLIPS DRUG STORE,

n-zt Ocala. Fla. 15-22

C CECIL BRYANT
AUDITOR
Income Tax Consultant
Phone 4S1 Bine
Room 23, Holder Block

JCOTICK

WORSE PHAZE

Mrs. J Dad husban' er mine ht

done break man haht.

Mrs. 3d Dat's nuffln. honey. Mah

husban', he break da furniture

108.

1-tf

"If my colleagues in the United

States Senate could have seen me in

my kitchen the morning after I was

appointed Senator, hunting- my old
apron to put on before preparing my

own breakfast, undoubtedly they
would have exclaimed, "What are we
coming to?" Thus spake Mrs. William

H. Felton, first woman member of the

Senate in a recent interview. "The
call of the age is for partnership in
the family, in the church, in state and
national affairs, between men and wo women.
men. women. It is not myself," she said,
speaking of her appointment, "it is
the recognition of womanhood and
what it win mean to the incoming
generations."

beat a mile. At Wednesdav nirfit's

meeting a stranger walked in, took a

baek seat and at once sank into peace

ful slumber. He had accuniulated a
three-story jag but i this had not
blinded him to the fact, that the

gathering was composed of distin distinguished
guished distinguished and honorable looking men,
and he trusted his destiny to them

with implicit faith. He was not de

ceived, for after the meeting they

took him to a hotel and gave the

porter a tip to put him to bed.

"I WANT TO
THINK' IT OVER"

I 1 W I

SQUIRREL PHILOSOPHY

Hungry Squirrel I'll bet no Qreat

oak will grow from this acorn.

JUST SO.

They say rrata

coming la

style araln.

With eats, I

preauma.

Of Imumc ff Special Amwuit Or
ttfleatc By the City f 0wla
"WHEREAS, the owners of the real
estate which Is described la the copy of
notices of special assessments &&&tnst
same toy; the -city of Ocala for 'street
pavln? can not toe located within the
corporate limits of the said city of

Ocala; therefore toe It

RESOLVED toy the city cooncu of tho

city of Ocala, that a copy of this reso resolution
lution resolution together with a copy of the at attached
tached attached copies of notices of the Issuance

of epeclal assessment certificates to r

published in Ocala Star, a newspaper

published In the city of Ocala, In Mar-.

ion county, Florida, once each wees: zor
four consecutive weeks.

Ocala. Florida. Oct. 11. 192.

TO CNKXOWK:

You are hereby notified that the city

council of' the city of Ocala on the llth
day of July. A. D. 1921. levied an as-

sessment against the following oescno-

ed property, to-wit:

Commence at nortneast corner or
block 57 Old Survey Ocala. west 119
feet, south 102 feet, east 119 feet.

north 102 feet, of $254.42, as the pro- I

portionate cost for paying waanington.

street with asphalt tolocic

This assessment is payable in ten equai

annual installments, said installments
being payable annually after date.. The

failure to pay any installment or any
Interest- due hereon when the same
shall toe due shall at the option of the
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and

interest, to be at once due and payable.

This assessment bears interest at the

rate of 8 per centum per annum.

(Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK. City Clerk.

NOTICE

Tl haveTcut 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

NOTICE

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
cy given February 20th, 1923.
H. a Sistrunk, City Clerk.

W. K. Lane, M. physician uni

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose nai

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent storq

Ocala, Fla. tf

IS

axe

Horsivs.

WHAT DID HE MEANT

Hippo: What did that pertar
mean when he said he'd batUr flva

me a "wide berth r

TEMPORARILY

HANDICAPPED.

Reginald: I mat'

that French no

bleman. Count da

Brie, today.

Evelyn: Really!

la he, a brilliant
conversationalist ?
Reginald: "Well,

no, not at present.,

He dislocated his
shoulders in the

war.

Ocala, Florida, Oct. 11. 192Z.

TO ABRAHAM SIMMONS:

You are hereby notified that the city

council of the city of Ocala on the llth

day of September. A. D. 1922. levied

an assessment against the following
described property, to-wit: I

Beginning at the southwest corner

of the intersection of Main street and

May street in the city of Ocala, west
13 3-10 feet, north IOC 8-10 feet, east

1C fi 1A AA- j. a ft afAat hafiAA

south along said Main street 10 9-10

feet to p. o. ft. Also beginning at tne
southeast corner of the intersection of

Main -and May streets in the city of

Ocala, Florida, running thence east

24 7-10 feet, thence north IOC 8-10 feet.

thence west 24 7-10 feet, to Main street.

thence south along said Main street to
point of beginning, of $751.12. as the

proportionate cost for paving North

Main street with asphalt oiocx.

This assessment Is payable In ten equal

annual installments, said Installments
being payable annually afterdate. The

failure to pay any installment or any
Interest due hereon when the same

shall -be due shall at the option of the

noiaer nereoi renaer xne enure biud
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.

This assessment bears Interest at the

rate of 8 ter centum per annum.

(Seal), H. c. S1STKUN.K, city ciera.
Ocala, Florida, Oct. 11 1SJJ.

TO EIXA W. DITTO, CECIL. DITTO

AND RALPH DITTO:
You are hereby notified that the city

council of the city of Ocala on the 19th

day of September, A. D. 1922, levied an

assessment against the xouowing De Described
scribed Described oronerty. to-wit:

Northwest quarter fractional block 81

Old Survey Ocala. of 1259.31. as the pro-

rt l I i m If ...T 1. 1 portionate cost tor avmg rsonn tuam
rlonda Lady was is a miserable street with asnnait block. v

c c CL r? I I tois assessment is vayaoie m leacqw

UHHUUOn, OIU oaj OilC ruuuu i annual Installments, said Installments,

I aTtirn HolnFnl anfl loeing payaoie annuany alter oaie. x-ne
laraUl neipiUI, ana I failure to pay any Installment or any

Hfll W ll I interest due hereon when .the same
AJUl SICU l-h.11 .Kail o V, Milni Af

holder hereof render the entire sum

then unnald hereon, both principal and

Ahha. Fla. In cxclalninz how she iPJ?rest' to oe ?e .""rarsi

ii A,.- 11 ins assessment vears miereL i uim

f.' I rate per cer-tum -oer annum.

place, said:
"I became so weakened it was an effort

Sr me to get around. I knew what was
e matter, but I felt like 1 couldn't give
UD.

"1 JUSI araggea, ana I cenaimy was I assessment against the ioiiowmg oe-

nerVOUS.' I was 80 reSUeSS 1 COUICI noi scrioea propertyv co-wix:

'5 frit I rZJt iJwVaH Survey Ocala, except 92 feet east and
tret about. It is a most miseraoie anal.... AT1 nf S9 31. tii Tm-

SUCh a helpless feeling. I portionate cost for paving North Main

i wnniri oft nenressea ana our on street witn asnnait oiock.

i.Mrt I u-nis assessment is payaDie in xenequa

m IFh(taII man

and a long beard happens to tap

on your window pane some night
within the Rext few weeks, will 70a
ait np in bed and say to him:

1 want to think this over.
Moreover, I've got a life insur insurance
ance insurance deal on that I want to pot
through. Yon go away until I
make np my mind.
But he will not go away. Now yon
think that over.
THE EQUITABLE
r LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
' of tbe
UNITED STATES
ItS Bioedway New York City

ALBERT E. GERIG

Representative
Ocala, Florida

CHANGE OF LIFE

(Seal) H. C.. SISTRUNK. City Clerk.

Ocala, Florida. Oct. 11. 1922.

TO UNKNOWN:

You are-hereby notified that the city

council of the city of Ocala on the 19th

day of September, A. D. 1922, levied an

v. m $mmt anrhH hr mi I annual Installments, said installni
VI began tO feel, after awMejttere was payable annually after date,
no Use to try tO get well. This IS aUj failure to pay any installment or

WOODSTOCK.

10-3t

CAUSE FOR JOY
1at Oyater: Why ao Joyous?

2nd Oyster: The doctor's aaya wa

have very little food valua.

IT NEVER
HAPPENED

The world

ma a liv

ing.

, Maybe a but

t have lived

htre for a great
many years and

owes

installments

The

or any

WTOne. for it makes a person WOrse. I Interest due hereon when the same

"I had neara ox uaraui, ana mougni 11 1 z ""

mlgnt strengthen me. A neignoor naa ithen nnpai(j hereon, both principal and

USeO It Willi gOOO results. .1 tnteTest, to be at once due and payable.
"1 took One bottle (Of Cardui), then II This assessment bears Interest at the
StW 1 wasn't SO neTVOUS. SO kept it up. rat of 8 per ntnm. per annum.

"Qradually the nervousness len me.i
1 bean to eat and sleep better. Was! ocaia. Florida. Oct. 11. 1922.

toon well, and all right Cardui did I to c. u gamsby.-

wonders for me. ana I Certain! y OOI you are Hereby notinea tnat tne city

nSEP h.tu hwrii. I day r October, A. D. 1922, levied an
Thousands of other women re writ- against the following de de-ten,
ten, de-ten, to tell of the beneficial results obtain- 8cribed .property, to-wit:

ed bv takinff Cardui. ana tO recommena i 57 ieet east ana west on east aiae
nthTrc I of lot 28 CaldweU'B addition, Ocala, of
UlOUUlCia. ..a .lt754 4S a th nryrtortionate eoat for

Sold everywhere. I ry U. riVl Wenona 1 or Herbert street with

aspnait oioca.,
TKf. a umaamon 1 tva Vfl.'hlA In ATI MTTiml

AMENDMENTS" TO (annual Installments, .said Installments

being payable annually after date, xne

failure to pay any installment or any
interest due hereon when the same
shall be due shall at the opt Ion. of the
holder hereof render the entire fun
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
Interest, to be at once due and payable.

NOTICE OF

CHARTER OF MARION COUNTY

HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION

Notice Is hereby given that the

MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL ASSO

CIATION will apply to the Honorable j This assessment beara Interest at the

l-va yet t. ae. f the ClrcuitCourt of the Fifth rate SlTRL Oerk.

the world run running
ning running around

hunting Up
2'jy to hand
living to.

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 ec-

tiona 1. 6. 9 and 10 of Its Charter, sol

Ocala, Floriaa, Oct. 11, 1922.

TO MRS. HUB IE C CONNOR AND

MRS. RUBIE C. CONNOK, TKUb TKUb-TEE
TEE TKUb-TEE FOR JAMES E. CONNOR:

You are hereby notified that the city

.v.. ..m xu.Mnna ioii a a fni. Icoimcil of the city of Ocala on the 9th

VW 1 I . A A J. .

aar oi vecooer, a. u. iw, u

Iowa:

"Section 1. The name of this cor-

Inoratlon. which corporation la not for

profit, shall be MARION GENERAL.

HOSPITAL. ASSOCIATION, to be locat

ed in Ocala, Florida."

"Section f. The affairs oi mis cor

poratlon shall be managed by the

assessment asrainat the following de

scribed property, to-wit:

Commencing v a reel soutn oi norxn norxn-west
west norxn-west corner of lot O of Caldwell's addi addition
tion addition to the city of Ocala, thence south
407 feet, thence east 46.2 feet, north
407 feet, thence west 4SC.C2 feet, ox

$1144.40, as the proportionate cost tor

President, Secretary and Treasurer, l,paving Lake Weir avenue with asphalt
and a board of seven managers, known I kiv

a a ih, Rnird nf Manasrera The Presi- i ra.i. mnM In (m mniil

dent. Secretary and Treasurer shall be J anai installments,, said Installments

three memoers oi tne ooara, w i bein? payable annually alter aate. xne

TUAir' AiPl I leiecieu ai we avuuuiu u!ciua T I failure to pay any mnaiuoeiii w
i nuSt .mh.F, Af 1a vorrMira.tion. which 1,-. jt.,- wti.n tti .a&m

Beta: He'a handaoma ana a great annuai meeting shall be held on thel8h&11 be &w shall at the option of the

soldier too! second xueaaay aiier me ari oz i bolder hereof render tne entiro aum

Jess: Judging from tho number or Manners may filled unUl StTreXTo be at onCrdue pa7ab

hla- cngagemanta, he must bo.

the next annual meeting of the Asso-JTnis assessment bears Interest at the

elation oy tne vote oi me majonij "'Irate of 8 per centum per annum.

FORCE OF
HABIT.
Physician's Wife:

Now, my 1 dear.

h, TmilTifne manairers.

"Section 9. The ngnest mouai o&
indebtedness or liability to which this

corporation may at any time suojeci
itself shall be Ten Thousand Dollars;
PBnvroED. HOWEVER, that this

you must- posi- I corporation may suojeci iiseti yv
tlvely forget shop, lcified bonded or mortgage indebtedness

lars in addition to tne sua nn j.nvu j.nvu-sand
sand j.nvu-sand Dollars, for the purpose of pur purchasing
chasing purchasing land and constructing thereon.

and equipping ana ranuinuus
ing or buildings to be used in connec connection
tion connection with or as a part of its HosintaL
and for the purpose of refunding and
discharging any bonded or mortgage

indebtedness existing ai m
the approval of this amendment, or
for any one or more of the above pur-

lf yon ars going going-into
into going-into society with
me.
Her Hubby:
What have I
done ?
Physician's Wife:
Why. yoa feel the
pulse of; every

body who extends poses.

a hand.

"Section 10. The amount ana vaiue

WOODSTOCK.

of the real estate which this corpora-
v-i r.H4ajt tn the annroval

10-3t I of the Circuit Judge shall be FORTY

THOUSAND DOIAKS."

MARION COUNT X Mucsirii a l nw

. CIATION. JJI x. x. iBuiwx.,
Il-1-Wed5t President.

Albert's Plant rood la tne thing for
making1 your flower garden and pot

plants bloom. It is odorless and is J me Duy gecond-hand furniture. Ap-

gold in 25c and 10c packages and ply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex-

(Seal) H. C SISTRUNK. City Clerk. -t
Oeala. Fla.. Oct. 11,. 1922.

TO MRS. MARTHA LANQr :

You are hereby notinea tnat tne w
council of the city of Ocala on the 9th

day ef October. A. D. 192Z. levieo am

assessment against tne wubwu, -scribed
property, to-wit: -
248 feet north and. south by 41s feet,
east and west tn the southwest corner

of lot XV caidweii s aoarara, "---j
of 1978.51, as tbe proportionate coet
for paving Lake Weir avenue with a a-phalt
phalt a-phalt block. tMk

i .t.iim.nt, t i1 mstai imemta

being payable annually after date. The

failure to pay any W3"".

Interest due Hereon w.ic v rrr rrr-shall
shall rrr-shall be duo shall at the non of ie
holder hereof 'render the ente anua

then unpaid hereon, oota v 'iT
Interest, to be at once due
This assessment bears Interest at tho
rate of 8 per centum Pr annunx
tal) k c. eiOTRUNK. City CTerk.
BE TT FURTHER RESOLVED that
the copy of this resolution Ph ed
,,Xn be dated as of this day by the,
"nycltrk of the city of Ocala dshaa
be subacrlbed by him as city dark ef
the city of Ocala.
TbU Jth day of gib&?'-Wed-lS-6t
Clerk of the City of Ocala.



OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

CIATB3 under thl3 heading: are a,
fol'ows: Maximum of six line one time
25c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable fa
, adraaee except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR SALE 1S19 Chalmers in good
condition; tires almost new; sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice for $200 cash. A real bargain.
Mast be sold at once. Inquire at
Tourist Camo. 15-lt

ROOMS Three rooms for rent, fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished, for light
housekeeping. Apply to J. C. Boat Boat-right,
right, Boat-right, 926 S. Lime St. 15-6t
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 tour-Zing,
Zing, tour-Zing, $375; 1920 Auburn beauty six,
like new, repainted and new top,
$650; McLeod & Waters. ll-14-6t

OCALA OCCURRENCES

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

Workmen are busy on the im improvements
provements improvements which Dr. H. C. Dozier
will put on his home on Oklawaha
avenue.

Mrs. Vernie Stevens of Lakeland

arrived in Ocala this afternoon for a

visit at the home of Mr. B. A. Weath

ers.

Low fares, through tickets, meals

and berth included on steamer. "Merch

ants and Miners have frequent sail

ings from Jacksonville for Baltimore

and Philadelphia. Address Mr. C M.

Haile, general agent, Jacksonville. It

300 new REPRINT Fiction 75c.

each at THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t

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
street. 13-3t

NURSERY STOCK Several hun hundred
dred hundred exceptionally fine Pineapple

orange trees on sour stock, for sale.
Marion County Nurseries, Ocala,

Fla. ll-13-18t

FOR SALE OR TBADE 1921NBuick
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

hauled. Price $350. Can give terms.

F. E. Denton, care the Ocala Steam

Laundry. 8-6t

wajn xhiiJ Hoard and room m pri private
vate private family. Will furnish refer references
ences references if desiredl Address P. O. Box

242, Ocala, Fla. 14-3t

FOR RENT Large warehouse and

oftW on SAL and ACL railroads

formerly occupied by L. R. Chaza!

& Sons. Immediate possession. Ap Apply
ply Apply to H. D. jstokes at the Ocala

National Banty 10-6t

FOR SALE Overland car, Al shape

Quick sale $350. Wil ltrade or give

terms. A. E. Gerig. 10-6t

Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Weihe and chil

dren of Leesburg, who spent the week

MRS.

CAMP'S PARTY
FOR MRS. STANTON

TEACHER IN TROUBLE

I Mr. Carter, principal of the school
at Reddick, was tried before Judge
Futch Tuesday on a charge of assault
! and battery because of a whipping

Mrs. Jack Camp entertained last

night at her home on Camp Heights,

comDlimentine Mrs. Seabury Stanton.

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Camp is wnicn ne administered to one of his
ideally arranged, for entertaining and pupils last week. The little girl's

the rooms on the lower floor, which parents claimed that she was whip whip-be
be whip-be opened en suite, were most attract- unmercifully and that the marks
ive with their decorations of cut flow- of tne whipping were left on her

ers. Mr. ana airs, camp ana tne

gnest of honor received informally at
the door of the entrance hall. Aftei
all the guests had arrived auction was

enjoyed during the evening and at the
conclusion of the games scores were
collected and Mrs. C. C. Bennett,
holder of the high score among the
ladies, was presented with a box ot
tea napkins, and Mr. Joe Borden,
holding high score among the gentle gentlemen,
men, gentlemen, was presented with a handsome
ask tray. Mrs. Stanton was present
ed with a box of pretty handkerchiefs.
At the conclusion of the games a buf buf-fett
fett buf-fett supper was served in the dining
room. Later in the evening the tables
were removed and for an hour danc-

to have the hearing before some other
judge, claiming Judge Futch was pre
judiced, but their motion was denied
and after dinner Tuesday the trial
took place. The evidence and argu arguments
ments arguments of the lawyers consumed all, the
afternoon and it was not until 9:30
last night that the jury retired to
make up its verdict. The jury was
out for an hour and a half and re

turned a verdict of guilty. No sen

tence was imposed, as the lawyers for

the defense made a motion for a new
trial.

end in Ocala with relatives, have re- j inS ws enjoyed. The invitation list
turned home. included about thirty-five persons and

those present thoroughly enjoyed the

evening with Mr. and Mrs. Camp and
the charming honoree.

The Legion Auxiliary card party

vill be held Friday afternoon, Nov. 17,

at three o'clock, in the legion rooms
upstairs in the armory. Phone 219,
Mrs. Edmund Martin, to reserve your

tables. 14-3t

Patrick's genuine all virgin wool

white slipover sweaters for young

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

Some new STATIONERY at THE

BOOK SHOP. 14-3t

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bennett, Miss

Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. and Mrs.

P. V. Leavengood were among those
who went from 'Ocala to Gainesville
today to attend the fair.

We are opening some new GIFT

packages suitable for many occas occasions
ions occasions THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t

The weak and the strong enjoy eat

ing the best fresh meats obtainable.

That's the kind to be found at the

Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf

Mrs. Woods, known to many friends
in Ocala as Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick,

arrived in Ocala today from her
home in Virginia and spent a few
hours here en route, to Dunnellon,

where she will visit her mother. Mrs.

Woods expects to return to Ocala

shortly for a visit.

SUNSHINE FRUIT CAKE Just
arrived at the O. K. Teapot Grocery,

self serve. 15-2t

Narcissus bulbs in gift boxes
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A.

Gerig. 14-6t

at

E

SPECIAL FEATURE AT

THE TEMPLE THEATER

A special feature at the Temple

theater Friday night will be the Ha Ha-waian
waian Ha-waian dance given by Miss Oliven

Savage, of Miami, who has been tour touring
ing touring the state and by her clever inter

pretation and graceful dancing has

won favorable comment in all of the

places she has appeared and by the

press of the state. "Coral Seas," the

Kawaian dance which Miss Savage

will present, is well worth seeing. She

dances in costume and will be accom

panied by piano and guitar. The dance

is one of beauty and rhythm. J6-3t

NOTICE, MASONS

I

Regular meeting of Marion-Dunn
Lodge No. 19, F. & A. M., Thursday,
Nov. 16th, 1922, at 7:30 p. m. Work

in the master's degree. Visiting
brothers are "cordially invited to at

tend. A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.

CEMETERY ASSOCIATION

There will be a meeting of Green

wood 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.

TURNER FARM

PALATKA-OCALA
BUS LINE

SCHEDULE

leave Palalka. 8:00 A. M.

Arrive Ocala...... .12:00 U.
i

leave Ocala 2:15 P. ft!.
Arrive Palatka . 6:00 P. ft!.

Ocala leaving point, Ocala House.
Palatka leaving point, James hotel

Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenwood

and Rodman.

C. P. PILLANS, P rop.

Ocala. Phone 527

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Turner Farm, Nov. 15. The sing

given by Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Smith

Saturday night was enjoyed by all
who attended.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johns were

guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Wells

Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Gary.Waldron were

visiting relatives at this place Sun

day.

Mr. Virgil Smith made a. business

trip to Citra Saturday.-,

Mr. L. I. Matchett was combining

business with pleasure in Hawthorn

Tuesday.

.Mrs. Dowling returned to her home

at Waldo Tuesday after a pleasant

visit with her sister, Mrs., I. N. Wells.

Mr. Carlos Matchett, Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Harper and son, -Mr. Olaf Har Harper,
per, Harper, attended the Baptist association

at Anthony Sunday, going down on

the bus.
Mr. Hobson Fryar was a business
caller in this section Monday morning.
Miss Mabel Waldron was the guest
of Misses Eva and Norma Harper
Sunday.

Our JEWELRY department is com complete.
plete. complete. THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t

Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION,
the following schedule figures pub pub-lsbed
lsbed pub-lsbed as information and not guar--iteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. B.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 un
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3 :24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pa

5;15 am Jacksonville a:UO pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7i25am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
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
Tampa-Manatee-1:55
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTTork-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
i:S5pm Tampa-Manatee' 1:30 pm
3:00 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:95 pm

Advertise in the Evening Star.

A financial editor says the banks
can make the olive branch supplant
the dogs, of war. He must think they
are Burbanks. Associated Editors
(Chicago).

TEMPLE THEATER PROGRAM
; "
WEEK NOVEMBER 13-18

v

WEDNESDAY Thomas Meighan in "If You Believe It, It Is So,"
and our serial, "Go Get 'Em, Hutch.'' Admission, 10c and 20c

THURSDAY Gloria Swansonixf "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 0c i.
.
SATURDAY Anita Stewart in ?A Question of Honor," and two two-reel
reel two-reel comedy. Admission, 10c and 20c,

FOR RENT Part of my farm, 40 to
70 acres, as good trucking land as

there is in the county. Standing

rent or share crop. Stock and tools
furnished. Free of stumps. Call on
or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf
FOR RENT A 'house lately renovat renovated
ed renovated throughout, on the north side of
Oklawaha avenue; also rooms 'for
rent on Oklawaha avenue. Apply
to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 E. Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Ave. Phone 383. 2S-tf
SUBSCRIPTIONS to Magazines as
CHRISTMAS GIFTS should be order ordered
ed ordered now at THE BOOK SHOP. 14-3t

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

Mr. L. W. Holstun has recently pur purchased
chased purchased a tract of land located on the
Anthony road just outside the city
limits from Dr. C. E. Kiplinger. Mr.
Holstun is now erecting a beautiful
cottage home on this lovely location,
and will soon, be at home to his
friends. The deal was made thru
Realtor James Hall.

Messrs. Claude and Walter Munden

are in the city, looking after thei
property, some eighty acres of land
north of town. Claude and Walter
twenty years ago were well known
Ocala boys, but Claude went to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and Walter to Miami, and now

khey are middle aged and prosperous

men in their respective communities.
They have not, however, lost interest
in their old home town, and have
found many friends left, all of whom
are glad ter see them again.

Several hundred new books
girls and boys at The Gift Shop.

for
3t

Stone's Fruit Cake just arrived at
the O. K. Teapot Grocery, Serif
Serve. 15-2t

THIS IS CHILDREN'S BOOK
WEEK. THE GIFT SHOP HAS THE
BOOKS. 14-3t

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TjfE do not charge

rr any thing extra
for the high quality of

printing we do or the &

job

quick service.
Let us do your next

commercial

in

printing.

Since Oklawaha has been complet completed,
ed, completed, as far as. the paving is concerned,
a street force has been busy trim trimming
ming trimming the trees along the avenue.
Since the street has been filled in and
the sidewalks raised on the block be

tween Watula and Osceola streets,
the branches of the trees along this
part of Oklawaha have been hanging
very low. These have been trimmed
away and the trees all the way to the
eastern end of the street have been
cleared of low hanging branches,
which greatly improves the looks of
the street.

Do you know that this is CHIL CHILDREN'S
DREN'S CHILDREN'S BOOK WEEK all over the
XI. S. A. as well as at THE GIFT
SHOP? 143t

Hemstitching; artistic handicraft;
forenoons. Mrs. Luella M: Grimley,
701 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala. Phone
409. 15-tf

"iiii'jjt'-tt:"J?:t

C. V. Roberts & Co.
1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS
1 AND EMBALMERS

The following out of town visitors
were in Ocala yesterday: Mrs. B. W.
Washburn of Mcintosh; Mrs. J. W.
Gordon of Summerfield; Mrs. C.
Haynes, Crystal River; Mrs. C. E.
Vance, Belleview; P. W. Collens of
Summerfield; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Reddick; Rev. and Mrs. K-K.
Koestline pf Dunnellon; Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Spurlin of Lake Weir; Mr. H. V.
Lee of Eastlake, and Mrs. L. 'M. Den Den-ney
ney Den-ney of Oak.

"Sterling Silver" means solid silver.
THE BOOK SHOP has a large stock.

As courteously as possible, Mr.
Daugherty is trying to inform the
booze ships they may go to Halifax.
Capper's Weekly.

Phone 51
Star Publishing Co.

Ll

Motor Equipment
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
Residence Phone 305

217 Wt Broadway

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 -258 121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533

Baiwe Yon..Ever Seen a Turkey Sqi?

No not in a prize fightthat isn't what we mean THE
TURKEY BOX we are talking about is a nice box of goodies,
preserves, etc., for THANKSGIVING DAY. If EACH FAMILY
in Florida would give just ONE glass of jelly, or just ONE jar
of preserves, or ONE side of bacon, or ONE chicken, or NE
turkey, or ONE can of beans, tomatoes, corn, peas, or ONE box
of oranges or grapefruit, as they might find it possible, THE
SCORES OF LITTLE HOMELESS AND ORPHAN CHILDREN
UNDER THE CARE OF "FLORIDA'S GREATEST CHARITY"
THE CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, would
not only have the greatest THANKSGIVING DAY AND DIN DINNER
NER DINNER that they had EVER had but there would be enough
LEFT OVER to provide for the HUNDREDS of little ones'that
will come under the care of the Society ALL THROUGH THE
COMING YEAR.

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WUL YOU see to it that YOUR FAMILY gets up a TURKEY BOX for the little Orphan and Home Homeless
less Homeless Children of Florida? If you CAN only spare O NE glass of jelly, put it in a nice safe little box and
send it,1 a TURKEY BOX may mean just that, or it may mean a whole DRY GOODS BOX or BARREL
of eats. All we ask is thatyour family will send SOMETHING, whatever that something may be.

BY THE. WAY it wouldn't be a bad idea if you packed your goodies with SOME CHILDREN'S
CLOTHES shoes, ties, ribbons,' sweaters, 'kerchiefs, etc- All these, things make fine packing and would
also help clothe our big family of homeless children from wee babes up to fifteen years of age.
-
WHY NOT GET YOUR SCHOOL, Church, Lodge, Young Peoples' Society, Ladies' Aid, Missionary
Society, Woman's Club, Card Club, or other organiztion to get up a TURKEY BOX for us? They will
all gladly HELP if YOU will only START it.
' i v
.
PLEASE DO YOUR BEST FOR US however little that may L and please mail, express or ship
by freight to the CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, 1904 RIVERSIDE AVENUE, JACK JACKSONVILLE,
SONVILLE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Or if you live in West Florida, please send YOUR TURKEY BOX to our West
Florida Receiving Home. Seventh Avenue and Jordan Street, Pensacola, Fla. T
R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer.
JUDGE W. H. BAKER, President.
MARCUS C FAGG, (Daddy Fagg), State Snpt.
There can be do finer way to show YOUR gratitude for YOUR OWN
blessings than to do something for these little ones who have so little they
CAN be grateful for. Over 1200 of them have' been cared for already this
year. 'Over 9000 since our work begun. BE SURE TO GET YOUR TURKEY
BOX OFF TO US IN PLENTY OF TIME BETTER START IT NOW WHILE
YOU'RE IN THE NOTION. 4



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