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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

EVEN

m

STAR

WEATHER FORECAST Cloudy tonieht and Wednesday, probably showers

Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:58; Sets, 5:28
DflOOK
For the fifteenth time, the Marion
County Fair will open its gates (next
Tuesday morning, Nov. 28, to remain
open for the customary four days. The
outlook for a good fair is most prom prom-'ising.
'ising. prom-'ising. The community system, which
has of late years become such a fav favorite,
orite, favorite, each community making a
goodsized fair of its own, will be car carried
ried carried out this year w$h better effect
than ever, beside which there will be
a first-class agricultural exhibit from
all over the county. The communi communities
ties communities already booked are Anthony,
Belleview, Candler, Citra, Fairfield,
Fellowship, Mcintosh, Oak, Reddick,
Shady, Sparr and Summerfield.'
f STOCK AND POULTRY
Exhibits in cattle and hogs will be
considerable and of the best quality.
The poultry show promises to be the
best yet. Most of the booths in Ma Machinery
chinery Machinery Hall have been taken and it is
probable all will be.
RACES
The races, as in every fair, will be
a great attraction, and more interest interesting
ing interesting than for several ; years by reason
of the larger number of horsemen
present. Up to date the following
horsemen had registered: Goodwin
Company, Concord, N. C; C. J. Lamb,
Greenville, O.; John Johnson, WiloV
wood; J. B. Hirsch, Silver Lake, N.
Y.; Roy Lins, Laporte, Ind.; Dave
Lockhart, Orlando; W. S. Massa,
Memphis; J. F. Fowler, Mortonville,
Ind.; J. H. Shire, Valley Fall, Kans.;
J. T. Lewis, Norfolk; M. Brown, Blue Blue-field,
field, Blue-field, W. Va.; Turney Presley, Val Val-dosta;
dosta; Val-dosta; W. J. Jenkins, Chicago: J. H.
Williamson, Pensacola. There will be
others, beside local racers. There were
twenty-four horses being exercised
Monday and. more expected. The sta stables
bles stables have been moved to a much bet bet-Jfter
Jfter bet-Jfter location on the west side of the
fair grounds and thirty-five new
stalls put up. The horses will be led
directly from the stables to the track,
which is but a short distance away,
this saving the animals from being
led, thru the crowds of, people. The
track is in fine condition, smooth and
elastic, and is much praised by the
jockeys.
AMUSEMENTS
The fair will not be lacking in fun.
The amusements will be furnished by
the Barsoot Carnival Company," which
has been entertaining the people of
Gainesville very successfully for the
last two weeks. A representative of the
Star .looked over this carnival in
Gainesville last week and thought it
was good. The Barsoot Company has
been in Ocala before. In 1903 it dis displayed
played displayed its carnival on the grounds
where the federal building now stands.
The Star can' remember that it gave
the people good shows, and it is only
fair to presume that, like wine, it has
improved with age.
We will have more to say about the
fair tomorrow.
EIGHTY LIVES LOST
WITH A MEXICAN SHIP
Mexicala, Lower California, Nov.
21- A new estimate of eighty lives
lost in the disaster to the steamer To To-polobampo
polobampo To-polobampo early yesterday at La
Bomba, sixteen miles south of Mexi-
cali, on the Gulf of California, was
received here last night. Twenty-one
bodies have been recovered, it is said,
Eleven were of children between the
ages of four and fifteen years.
.''"N The best remedy when you are feel
ing depressed is to look around and
find somebody who is more depressed

is I

espMois
csoirces,
PASSING THE BUCK
TO THE PEOPLE
President Would Rob Taxpayer Peter
In Order to Pay Ship
Owner Paul
Washington, Nov. 21. (Associated
Press). Enactment of the( adminis administration
tration administration merchant marine bill was
urged upon Congress today by Presi President
dent President Harding as a necessary relief
f or the government of the "stagger-
ing losses" in operation of the war-
built merchant fleet and the establish establishment
ment establishment of a program of assured ship shipping
ping shipping to serve the nation in war and
give a guaranty of commercial inde independence
pendence independence in time of peace.
Personally addressing a joint ses session
sion session of the House and Senate, the
chief executive directed that an actual
monetary saving to the government
would result from the proposed law.
The president declared the maritime
nations of the world were, "in com complete
plete complete accord with opposition here to
the pending measure."
CAPTAIN DID NOT
KNOW THE COURSE I
So the Mexican Government Holds
Him For Lives Lost By The
Wreck of His Ship
Mexicala, Lower Calif., Nov. 21.
(Associated Press). The owner and
captain of the steamer which capsized
Sunday in the Gulf- of California
sixty miles south of here with a loss
of life estimated at eighty, ere to be
arraigned here today on charges of
negligence. Last reports said twenty twenty-one
one twenty-one bodies had been recovered. It is
said the captain was unfamiliar with
the navigatio nof the waters where
the wreck occurred.
LLOYD REMAINS LOOSE
While Thirteen of His Pals Go to The
Penitentiary Officials On
I His Track
Chicago, Nov. 21. (By Associated
Press). William Bross Lloyd, a
wealthy radical, was still outside
prison today as thirteen of his asso associates
ciates associates started on the second day of
their prison sentences, six of them in
Joliet prison and seven in the Cook
county jail. Lloyd, according to his
counsel, voluntarily will give himself
up Thursday, but officials are scouring
the country for him.
DISTRICT COURT HAD
NOT THE JURISDICTION
Okmulgee, Okla., Nov. 21. (By the
Associated Press) The district court
of Okmulgee county has no jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction to hear a motion to revoke the
order granting Governor Robinson a
change of venue for trial on the
charge of accepting a bribe, Judge Ed Edwards
wards Edwards ruled sustaining the motion of
the governor's counsel challenging the
court's authority to hear proceedings
in the case. County Attorney Hep Hepburn
burn Hepburn sought to have the change of
venue order granted Thursday by Dis-
trict Judge Wright on the grounds
that Wright was not qualified to
grant it.
Advertise in the Evening Star.

in extreme south portion: slightly

OCALA, FLORIDA,

9
for a Splendid ExMMt of file

IiflerestMg laces aid a (Good.

Jne f Eitettaiimcit

HTEHDS TO TALK
In New York This Evening, CLemen CLemen-ceau
ceau CLemen-ceau Will Deliver His First Ad Address
dress Address to Americans
New York, Nov. 21 (Associated
Press). Georges Clemenceau will de deliver
liver deliver his first address to the Ameri American
can American public tonight. He will talk ex extemporaneously,
temporaneously, extemporaneously, although he has spent
much time since his arrival gathering
material for his speech. .M. Clemen Clemenceau
ceau Clemenceau was exhausted iast night when
he retired but arose today apparently
refreshed and eager to deliver his ad address.
dress. address. SAVE TWO PER CENT
AND HELP THE SCHOOLS J
School deficit Nov. 19th.
Funds collected Nov. 20.
.$20,650.87
365.16
Deficit now $20,285.71
Have you paid your taxes? Come,
pay them in November, save two per
cent and help the school children.
O, JUST AS WE EXPECTED
OLD SIDNEY WAS .ACQUITTED ;
Pensacola, Nov. 21. (Associated
Press). Sidney J. Catts, former

EXTEMPORAtlEQUS

C"1U1 1,ul,ua naa "-i1"11 "j Catts shortlv before midnight on theiseveraI Business nouse s and resi resi-jury
jury resi-jury in federal court here late last Lharrp ftf iroMnf, nnntupr 'dences. Fanned by hieh winds the

night of a charge of peonage,
jury was out only nine minutes.
The
RAILROADS M ANDA M USED
STATE EQUALIZERS
Tallahassee, Nov. 21. The supreme
court yesterday afternoon awarded a
peremptory writ of mandamus in the
case of the state of Florida ex rel At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company
realtor, vs. the board of equalizers of
the state of Florida, consisting of
Cary A. Hardee, governor; Rivers Bu Bu-ford,
ford, Bu-ford, attorney general, and J. C. Lim
ing, state treasurer, respondents.
CLEVER WORK OF A
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
Citra, Nov. 21. Mrs. M. A. Rice's
Sunday school class gave an oyster
supper in the park one evening re recently
cently recently for the benefit of the orphan's
heme in Jacksonville. The amount

raised and sent to the home was, Mrs. Livingston came to Orangeburg on public sentiment favores re re-$37.40.
$37.40. re-$37.40. It is to be hoped that others! by another route during the mornim? 11 of 'the Volstead act, a score of

will do likewise.
POLICEMAN CURRAN
THE FIRST WITNESS

Somerville, Nov. 21. (Associated The Studebaker touring car was de de-Press).
Press). de-Press). James Curran, one of the'molished and the passengers severely
first policemen to view the bodies of bruisedand cut and shocked. Luckily,
Rev. Hall and Mrs. MJJIs, after the j Mr. and Mrs. Livingston did not bring
pair were found slain here last Sep-; their children to the fair. Columbia,

tember, was the first witness called
when the county grand jury began its
second day's investigation of the dou double
ble double murder.
In the interior of Argentine, cattle
are so plentiful that beef on the hoof
often sells for less than two cents a
pound and sattle are sometimes given
to the butcher on condition that he
j should return the hide to the owner.
j You may succeed when others do
not believe in you, but never
you do not believe in yourself.
when

colder tonight.

TUESDAT, NOVEMBER 21, 19J2
CAN KANSAS CAN
Attempt Being Made in the Sunflower
State to Chase the Klans Klans-men
men Klans-men Out
i
Topeka, Kans., Nov. 21. (By the
Associated Press). Kansas officials
are awaiting the filing of papers in
ouster proceedings against the Ku
Klux Klan before making the next
move against the Georgia organiza-1
tion, which will make it unlawful for
any resident of the state to retain

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membership in that body. The suit a cliff after being robbed by his as as-against
against as-against the klan will be brought on sailant, believed to be a negro. The
the ground that the organization is a girl was then dragged through the

Georgia corporation and not register
ed in Kansas.
ALL INDICTMENTS
ARE CLEARED OFF
Ex-Governor Catts is Square With
The Federal Government
Pensacola, Nov. 21. (Associated
Press). Federal court records here
were cleared, of all peonage charges
aeainst former Governor Catts when
District Attorney Cubberlv
nolle

prossed the indictment charging thehelP froI the authorities at Front j

; former governor with having held Ed
;Er(nvn a nejrro in a gtate of peonage
gov-,This action followed the acquittal cf
labor on his plantation against his
will, v Catts returned to his home at
DeFuniak Springs early today.
NARROW ESCAPE OF
MR. AND MRS. LIVINGSTON
Orangeburg, Nov. 17 Mr and Mrs.
T. M. Livingston of Columbia miracu
lously escaped instant death near Or-
angeburg last night, when they were
returning to Columbia from the Or
angeburg fair. Just above the little
flag station of Stilton, about three
miles to the north of Orangeburg, a
portion of the new highway is being
constructed to cross the Southern
Railway track by an overhead bridge,
the ani)Toac)iP8 Ytointr MTistmM-fwl Hnf
the bridge not built as vet. There was
no notice, it is said, or-anything to
indicate where the new highway left
the old or to show that the road was
closed to traffic, the road apparently

being open and very good. Mr. andj106"1 elections were a strong indica

morning
and had no notice of this trap and'
when Mr. Livingston reached the
brink of tho
r fell to the railroad track below.
S. C, State.
Mr. Livingston is an ex-Ocalan, and
has numerous friends in
Marion
county, who will all be glad to know
the aforesaid accident was no worse.
The man who knows enough toiceep
his mouth shut, generally draws
; healthful breath as well as a good
' salary.
j The streets in hell must be in
frightful shape, unless the good inten-
tion used for paving last longer than
they do up here. San Diego Tribune.

TEMPERATURES This

NECKTIE PARTY
WILL BE NEXT
Terrible Story of Murder and Outrage
On Two Young People Comes
From Waco, Texas
Waco, Texas, Nov, 21 (Associated
Press). Grady Skipworth, nineteen,
was shot and killed and his young
woman companion attacked last night
near Lovers' Leap, three miles north
of here. The couple were riding in
an automobile. Skipworth was shot in
the neck and his body thrown over
brush and attacked, her body also be being
ing being thrown over the cliff. The assail assailant
ant assailant escaped in the youth's automobile.
FRONT
ROYAL'S
t
FIRE
Business Center of Historic Virginia
Town Threatened With
Destruction
Winchester, Va., Nov. 21. (By the
Associated Press). Winchester fire-
men have responded to an appeal for
oyai, where fire is raging which was
, stated already has destroyed a dozen
; buildings including two flour mills and
j nre had spread
! blocks.
to two adjoining
THE LATEST EDITION
Of the U. S. Department of Agricul Agricul-i
i Agricul-i ture Yearbook
,
! Thls ppeT rece,ved through
Snatr Duncan U. Fletcher a copy of
tfce ?teT8t edifam of the agricultural
! yearbook an informed that those
! merested ,n thls Pubhcatl0n wlU
ceive a copy free upon communicating
direct' with the senator, at Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. BOOZE AND BOODLE
I PuttinS to Work Ever7 -Agency In
Hop J? aUlfy Pr-
nibition
; St- Loms Nov. 21. (By Associated
j Press). Declaring the results of the
state secretaries of the association
opposed to the prohibition amend amendment
ment amendment perfected plans for modification
o fthe dry enforcement law and even eventual
tual eventual repeal of the eighteenth amend amendment
ment amendment at the closing session of the
conference here today.
LABOR LEADER ELECTED
London, Nov. 21. James Ramsay
i MacDonald was elected to parliament
by the labor party.
The proposal that Germany go into
bankruptcy is like expecting an in insane
sane insane man to go crazy. Washington
Post.
John D. Rockerfeller, Jr.,
favors
eight
the eight-hour day. Work
hours, sleep eight hours, and step on
'the gas eight hours. Philadelphia
-! Evening Public Ledger.

Morning, 60; This Afternoon, 73.

VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 278

I
County's
y
TRIG TO EXCHANGE
Dr Nantzen Has An Important Propo-'
sition for the Lausanne
Conference
Lausanne, Nov. 21 (By Associated
Press). Dr. Fridjob Nantzen is in Lau Lausanne
sanne Lausanne in an effort to persuade peace?
conference delegates to include in the'
prospective treaty with Turkey guar-
antees for the protection of Greeks
and Armenians in Turkish territory,
framed in such definite terms that the
refugee situation in the Near East
will not be further aggravated. Dr.
Nantzen said it is his opinion that the
conference should provide for the ex exchange
change exchange of Turks in Greece for Greeks
in Turkey.
! EXPLAINS AMERICA'S -POSITION
Lausanne, Nov. 21. Richard Wash Washburn
burn Washburn Child, American ambassador to
Italy, explained at a plenary session
of the Near East conference today
the position of the observers for the
United States. America, he stated,
was much interested in the Near East Eastern
ern Eastern settlement and its observers would
attend meetings and join in discus discussions
sions discussions but were not authorized to be
members of commissions, sig nreporta
or vote on decisions.
I
i
I
MAROCALA HEIGHTS
For several months the people of
Ocala and Marion county have been
witnessing the activities just beyond
Sparr, in connection with the clearing
of the property .known as Marocala
Heights. The beautiful location and
the' high, foiling hills of this trajct of
land haVe occasioned much favorable
local comment.
While Marion county has some of
the most remarkable, and profitable
groves in the entire stateof Florida,
very few of them have been located
along the highways, which deprives,
the county of the advantages accruing
from having tourists and visitors get
a good view of our grove property.
This is certainly one of the out outstanding
standing outstanding features of the property be being
ing being developed by the Central Florida
Grove Corporation. The land 'stretches
a mile on each side of the highway,
and will make one of the show places
jof Marion county.
lhe counties that has progressed
so rapidly in the citrus industry have
numerous developments similar to
Marocala Heights. Lots of people
think these developments are owned
entirely by people who live outside of
Florida. On the contrary, the larger
portion jof them, in many instances,
are owned by people who live in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. The Star is glad to see this big de development
velopment development going on and wishes for it
every success.
It must be in the Near Yeast, It's
in such ferment Greenville Pied Piedmont.
mont. Piedmont. This fall it is particularly hard for
Europe to understand why turkey is
a symbol for Thanksgiving. Wash Washington
ington Washington Post.
Bolts can't injure a party; they
: usually take the nuts along with them,
-Peterborough (Canada Examiner.

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1922

TUB -MY RESULTS
- EXPLAIN RE

Oft Repeated Question "How Does
RECUMA Relieves So Quick"
Answered by the7 Many
Cases Brought Out

TRUTHS

The truth mot
truth least liked.

required Is the

Jacksonville, Nov. 20. The fact
that RECUMA has repeatedly relievd
people in from two to three days
from ailments which stubbornly held
' on to their victims for years, has
been an unsolved mystery until the
RECUMA man was asked to explain
the reason for it.
"The minute you start taking RE RECUMA,"
CUMA," RECUMA," he said, "it starts setting
your digestion right, livens up the
liver and makes your bowels act nor normally
mally normally and regularly. That means you
begin at once to realize the blessing
of good health, because when indiges indigestion,
tion, indigestion, constipation, biliousness, nerv nervousness,
ousness, nervousness, rheumatism and many other
ailments no longer aggravate and tor torture
ture torture you; you begin to look better,
sleep better and work better.
"RECUMA acts marvelously quick
because it is made of a combination oi
newly discovered medicines, which
rarely fair to accomplish results even
when used separately. But in the
umform product, RECUMA, they em employ
ploy employ their effectiveness together. That
ir. the reason you hear and read of so
many people getting relief from their
troubles almost from the first dosu
of RECUMA.
Druggists Enthusiastic
The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
realizing that RECUMA is by far the
bfst medicine yet tested for stomach,
1: n-, kidney and bowel troubles, have
secured a supply of it so their cus customers
tomers customers can' get it here instead of
S' nding to Jacksonville for it. Adv.

A little commendation goes a long
long way.
. The greatest wretchedness is to be
guilty without repentance.
When you obey your superior yon
Instruct your inferior In obedience.
The greatest wisdom is to leave un unsaid
said unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting
moment.

POPULAR SCIENCE
A new washboard has a removable
rubbing surface which may be replaced
as desired.
The up-to-date butcher shop has its

refrigerator combined with the counter.
Space and steps are saved.
Av new traffic control system Is
operated by clockwork mechanism.
The "stop" or "go" sign Is changed
mechanically at regular intervals.
When engineers have been boring
tunnels through the Alps they have
found rocks inside so hot that It has
been necessary to cool them with
water before the men could continue
their work. .
y There is a tendency to Increase the
weights of rails. One hundred pounds
Is. standard and many miles of 130 130-pound
pound 130-pound rails have been laid. One lead leading
ing leading authority claims that there would
be a distinct economy In the use of
200-pound rails.

Fraternal Orders

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocaia Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock. ?
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren el ways welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
W. R. Pedrick, E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS

IN AND ABOUT THE CITY
The horn of plenty and the trnmn

of fame make a mighty pleasant duet.
Nell "He is effeminate to his finger ;
tips." Belle "Manicures his own
nails, ehr
The theatrical manager isn't the
only fellow who spends all his money
Ip make a show.
It's '-a cinch to bear each other's
burdens. They are always so much
easier than our own.
We should all speak well of the
dead, but the widow who marries a
second time needn't rub it in.
You never can tell. He who shouts
his patriotism from the housetops may
be the first to dodge his taxes.
t Those who are born great are really
deserving of our sympathy. They miss

LITTLE ONES FOR A CENT
Safety first. Sew up the hip pocket.
Hoj doesn't work as hard as ambition.

Wages of sin
treasury dry.

never drain the sin

the satisfaction
did it.

of 'telling how they

The Cynical Bachelor observes that ;
the man who takes a post-graduate ',
course in love must pay his tuition j
fees in alimony. i
Blobbs "All his life Harduppe has j
been building air castles." Slobbs

"And all his life he has been looking
for heiresses to go with them.1

The misguided individual who first
advanced the theory that two can live ;
as cheaply as one is responsible for I

most of the unhappiness in this world,
Philadelphia Ledger.

Joy When the new ailment appears
the old one disappears.
Speech was given us to conceal our
thoughts, especially slang.
One can find out enough "things for
his own good" without being .told.
If music prevents crime let us have
concerts continuous ike the movies.
Uncomfortable It is to make an ex excuse
cuse excuse for yourself that you can't ac accept.
cept. accept. When married couples quarrel In
public it shows how profoundly they
enjoy quarreling.
How reckless the astronomers are In
.exploding the doctrine that the stars
were created for the enjoyment of
man. "Rhoda Montade" In St. Louis
Globe-Democrat.

High Prrce for Manuscript.
The largest amount given for a
modern manuscript was paid in New
York for Thackeray's "The Rose and
the Ring." The author wrote and Il Illustrated
lustrated Illustrated It himself for a child friend;
and when it was last put up at auc
tion it realized $23,000.

Keep Coal Dry.
If coal Is kept lu a dry, airy place
It will burn much better thai If placed
In a close, poorly ventilated cellar.
Coal that la excluded from the air
soon gets rid of its gas and the ab-'
Fence of this renders It pore wasta wasta-ful
ful wasta-ful when burned.

ED

SI

PAY

OUR OWN COUNTRY
More than 20 restaurants in Great Greater
er Greater New York are now owned and run
by Chinese.
4-
Approximately $20 will be spent for
each resident of the United States by
the government as a result of and for
defense purposes In the fiscal year
1923. t.,, v .: .-. -.
It Is estimated that the United
Stags' has untapped wealth to the ex extent
tent extent of $150)000,000,000 in the more
than 400,000.000 acres of v land still
held In the public domain.

Lloyd George stands on his record,
and his opponents jump on it. Wash Washington
ington Washington Post.

Long Live the Sardine!
In Portugalete, a seaport of the!
Basque provinces of Spain, the people
still "talk of a certain amusing incident
that took place at one time when a i
large crowd was watching the arrival j
off he popular king and queen. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly someone shouted "Viva el Key I" ;
"Viva Viva !" echoed the crowd in
a mighty voice. j
Then the same fellow shouted, "Viva j
la Iieina!" :
"Viva Viva !" came the answering

volume from a thousand throats.
"Viva Espana!" cried the fellow.
"Viva I Viva!" was the prompt re reply.
ply. reply. .. ,r.
At that moment a woman who was
selling sardines turned the corner.
"Sardinas, vivas sardines!" she
shouted. And before the excited
throng could restrain itself It had
roared forth approvingly, Vivaf
Yiva!" Youth's Companion.

PITHY PARAGRAPHS,
The alarm clock usually catches a
fellow napping.
One need not be a botanist to recog recognize
nize recognize a blooming Idiot.

Water on the brain Is seldom due
to a thirst for knowledge.
A fellow Is certainly up In the air
when a woman sweeps him off his
feet.
If they had to turn their own grind grindstones
stones grindstones fewer people would have axes
to grind.
i
Some society people prune their
genealogical trees by cutting off their
poor relations.
It Is from the family jar one dis discovers
covers discovers whether one has married a
peach or a lemon. Boston Transcript.

. mmoipr w

When there are no war debts, there
will be fewer prophets of war. Nel Nelson
son Nelson (Canada) News.

Nowadays a smart king keeps on

good terms with his
News.

The Tokyo police have issued de deportation
portation deportation orders upon approximately
2,500 Chinese laborers in that city, be because
cause because they entered Japan with pass passports
ports passports issued them as merchants. It is

said that they threatened the livlmood j
of Japanese manufacturers and prcv- i

army. Detroit e(j t0 De a menace to Japanes-3 labor j

Tested by yews of Mending

taste approved by millions
of users and pronounced
"Good to the last hop" ;

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interests.

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Regular conventions of the Ocal?
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Fridav in everv month at. 8 n .m.

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MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. & A.
M., meats on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notiae.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary,
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Ocaia Command-

ery Number 19,
Knights Templar,
meets every sec second
ond second Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the

Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.

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WOODMEN OF TriE WORLD

Fort Xing Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall every second and fourth
Friday evenings of each month at 8
o'clock. Visiting sovereigns are al always
ways always welcome.
P. W. Whiteside, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

As a special inducement to have the buying public become better informed as to
the splendid line of merchandise we are assembling in the different departments of
our new store, we have decided to offer 6 special articles from each of our three de departments
partments departments ranging in price from $1.25 to $2.00 For $1.00 Each, Two Days Only November
22nd and 23rd.
' Look oveAhe following list and you are sure to find some article that will appeal
to your special needs.

Ocaia Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
I. U. Forbes, C C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. &, S.

'furniture department

$1.00

DUPLEX SHADES
Size 36" x 7'. Regular
price $1.25. Special

$1.00
$1.00

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. FM
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
tbird story of the Gary block. A

warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
Joseph Malever, N. G.
H. G. Shealy. Secretary.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory
at 8 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commtnder.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.

GRASS RUG
36" x 72". Regular
$1.50. Special
BOZART FIBER RUG
27" x 54". Regular
$1.50. Special

HALL AND STAIR CARPET
Velvet finish. Regular price J1 A A
$1.35 per yard. Special, yd. P V v
IOLDING CAMP CHAIRS
f!.51-.50: $1.00

OAK DINING CHAIRS
Slightly shop worn. Regular
$1.50 to $3.00 Special

$1.00

HARDWARE DEPARTMENT

$1.00

l.QT. PRATT & LVAMBERTS
"61" Floor Varnish.
Regular $1.50. Special.
1 QT. LINOLEUM VARNISfe.
Regular $1.50.
Special i
"O. H. S." PENNANTS.
Ocaia High School.
Regular $1.50. Special

POCKET KNIVES.
Any regular $1.25 Pocket
Knife. Special

GALVANIZED WASH TUB.
No. 3 Galvanized Wash Tub..
Regular $1.25. Special
ELECTRIC BULBS.
Four 40 or 50-Watt Electric
Bulbs. Regular S1.40. Special

$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00

HOUSE FURNISHING DEPT.
SIX PLATES, SIZE 7", WHITE.
Johnson Bros., English Ware. d 1 AA
Regular $1.40. Special . vlvU
ONE DcfeEtf TUMBLERS, t

Regular $1.25. Q1 AA

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Special

ONE DOZEN COCA-COLA GLASSES.
tt.15-. $i.oo

ALUMINUM TEA KETTLE.
Regular $1.50.
Special
ALUMINUM DISH PAN.
Regular $1.50.
Special

$1.00
$1.00

ALUMINUM WATER PITCHER.
fpfctt.52:00-. $1.00

LIMITED ONE TO A CUSTOMER

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THREE

Aromatic Vinegar.
Aromatic vinegar is a solution of
the Tolatile oils of cinnamon, ciov,
lavender. Juniper, peppermint, lemon
and rosemary In alcohol, vinegar 'and
water. It Is used as a cooling lotion
fea headaches and fevers.

No Plae rcr Rubber Stamp.
A written guaranty of the genuine genuineness
ness genuineness of a costly diamond would not be
signed with a rubber stamp. If it were
the purchaser would be likely to ques ques-tiom
tiom ques-tiom whether or not he really had a
stone of the first .water. Grit.

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BIRDS RECOGNIZE UNIFORM

STUDYING THE WAYS OF BIRDS

Would you
send out a
poorly
dressed
representative?

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Your business
stationery is
your business
representative.

ARE YOU HARD
TO PLEASE?
Of course you are if you
are interested in getting
the best results from your
business.
Nothing will suit you ex except
cept except what isright in every
detail. Then get your job
printing where they take a
pride in doing every detail
right.

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STAR PUBLISHING CO.

Scoutmaster John S. Mftik'tte of
Troop 1 of Ravenna, O., tells of a suc successful
cessful successful game sanctuary to which his
troop volunteers their services as a
troop good turn, as follows:
"Stafford game sanctuary is the
property of the Cleveland Worsted
Mills company. In the development u
a water supply for their mills located
in Ravenna it was necessary to ac acquire
quire acquire about 1,000 acres of laiid and
about six miles of right of way. As
engineer of this development I con

structed six miles of canal diverting
the waters of a creek and conveying
same to two small lakes, which we
connected by canals. By means of a
dam we raided thelevel of these lakes
about 20 feet making over L'UO acres
of water surface. The lakes are about
five miles from Ravenna.
"Naturally my boys spend a great
amount of time "there. Patrol hikes
every Saturday throughout the year
and overnight hikes on holidays and
during the summer camp. Two years
ago we leased it all to the state of
Ohio as a game sanctuary, and the
task of looking after the refuge fell to
our troop. The state planted about
250 ring-necked pheasants in this
refuge. The troop built approved shel shelters
ters shelters and feeding huts. During the(
winter these huts are visited every
Saturday and a supply of grain,
raisins, etc., is placed in them by the

bovs. Feeding stations were also

maintained for the quail, of which we
have about six coveys. Last year we
purchased three pairs of mallard
ducks and raised about thirty young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. This year the state sent the
tro,op six more drakes. We are put putting
ting putting in a pair of English gall ducks
this summer and expect that durin
the fall flight we willjiave 1,000 wild
ducks to feed instead of the 400 or 500
we had last year. On account of the

j feed and protection we had over 100

birds stay until the lakes were com completely
pletely completely frozen over. We have planted
wild rice this year and expect to cut
down our hand-feeding.
"The boyscout uniform is the only
one the birds recognize. v
"Of course the song birds have been

taken care of. rather incidentally, it is

true, but they have increased In num

ber and variety. A pair of cranes

make these lakes their summer home.
We secure our proportion of fish from

the state hatcheries and we further
supplement this by protection during

the black bass spawning season."

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Some war histories are funny.
Ours says Turkey was on the losing

side. Athens Daily News.

Bird study on hikes keeps a scout
"mentally awake" and suggests new
ways of aiding hl feathered friends.

HOME DWELLERS
AND
HOME BUILDERS
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.

COS HUMPHREY

GAS HEATER
Burns for hours at the cost of a shovel full of coal
It is Odorless,4 Ashless, Smokeless and Dustless.

CALL AT OUR SHOW ROOMS AND ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
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Ocala Gas Company
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Harrington Hall Blocfc Ft King Avenue

SCOUT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
A boy scout summer employment
bureau has been put into operation in
She-lbyville, Ind. The plan has already
been in successful operation for sev several
eral several summers, receiving hearty sup support
port support from business men. Plans are
also being made to conduct "commun "community
ity "community serv'.ce.' every scout to devote a
specified number of hours during the
'summer to the service of the city.

One hundred and forty newspapers
and periodicals went out of existance
in Germany during a single month
last summer. Among them was the
Tagliche Rundschau, a Berlin daily
founded 40 years ago, which main maintained
tained maintained the highest literary standards
and had the most cultivated circle of
readers of any newspaper in Germany.

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

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ot Only A Grove Of Beauty, But One In A Real Profit Producing Section

THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE IN FLORIDA
are enjoying large profits from orange groves. Also
many people who live in distant states derive hand handsome
some handsome incomes from Florida Groves. Why can't YOU
own grove and earn a profit to supplement your
present income?
Many Florida people do not own groves because
of the work, time and tediousness attendant upon
developing one of small or moderate size.
This is but one of the objectional features that is
overcome by our plan.
JUST A MILE BEYOND SPARR
in that remarkable citrus producing region; the "Citra
Section," we are developing a 520 acre tract known as
MAROCALA HEIGHTS
We intend to make this the most beautiful grove
property in Marion County as well as among the
most profitable.

OUR PLAN IS THIS:
We furnish the land, trees, labor and fertilizer,
do the planting, cultivating, fertilizering, spraying,
pruning, etc. for a period of five years, the time re re-guired
guired re-guired to bring a grove to maturity.
In other words, we furnish everything required
and do all the work.
The tract will be sold
IN 5, 10 and 20 ACRE PARCELS
Terms are: part cash and the balance in annual
or quarterly payments. This means that you pay
along as the grove is being matured.
THE ENTIRE PROPERTY WILL BE
kept within one fence for five years, after which each
owner may, if he desires, fence his own grove to itself
and assume full charge.
Fonyears Marion County has been producmg
some of the finest citTus fruit raised in Florida, but we
are really just beginning to develop the acreage which
this rich county should plant to oranges and grape fruit.

OUR PLAN MAKES IT POSSIBLE
for the small, as well as the large, investor to share in
Marion County's Real Money prop CITRUS
Work on "Marocala Heights"' has been progress progressing
ing progressing for months.
SALE OF THE PROPERTY BEGINS
NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH
For Several weeks we have been arranging, through special
representatives, with parties from a number of Northern states, a
well as many Florida resident, to visit "Marocala Heights" during
November and December with a view to purchasing.
WE WOULD UKE FOR OCALA PEOPLE
as well as other Florida residents, to own a portion
of this beautiful property.
TO THOSE WHO ACT QUICKLY
we can offer the choicest locations.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
fill out and send us this coupon. It will place you.under no obliga obligations
tions obligations whatever, and will give us an opportunity to explain all
details

ENTRAL FLORIDA GROVE CORPORATION

MILBY. W. LLOYD, President

H. ALISON WARTMANN, Treasurer

J. C. BLASINGAME, Vice-President

OWNERS OF THE
Beautiful MAROCALA HEIGHTS Grove Property
Offices: 201 W. Broadway OCALA, FLORIDA Telephone Number 280

CENTRAL FLORIDA GROVE CORPORATION
201 West Broadway,
Ocala, Florida
Without placing myself under the slightest obligation, I would
like to have full particulars regarding the sale of Orange Groves.
My Name Is
Street Address... City.
Remarks:
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1922
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r.,.M!n m Ci north and northwest think of oranges ;

If Udld IjV CliiiiU ijldl iwhen they think of Florida," adds the;

EIGHT YEARS AGO

Fabllafce4 Every Day Except Saaday by
STAR PUBLISHING CQMPANY,
OCALA. FLORIDA

M. J. BHtlaer, Prerfdeat
H. D. LeamcMd, Ytee-PresMeat
P. V. LeiTragMd, Seretry-Treurer
J. II. BeBjamla, Edltr

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econd-claas matter.
TELEPHONES
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entitled for the use tor republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or not
otherwise credited in this paper and
also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.
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One year, in advance 6.fli
Three months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1-50
One month. In advance 60

Sun, and really there is no good rea- Xov. 21, 1914. Up to date, the Ger

FROM THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME

Our city manager, Mr. J. R. Brum Brumby,
by, Brumby, has a right to feel gratified with
the following telegram, which he re-

City Manager, Ocala, Fla.:

Kennesaw avenue to the city, limits

ADVERTISING RATES
Display i Plate 15 cents per inch for
consecutive insertions. Alternate inser insertions
tions insertions 25 per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charges on ads. that run less than
ix times 10 cents per inch. Special
.position 25 per cent additional. Rates
.based on four-inch minimum. Less than
four Inches will take a higher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica

tion.
Headlasr otlees: Five cents per line
fwr first insertion; three cents per line
tr each subsequent insertion. One
c h ange a week allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges.
tgal advertisements at legal rates.
Fake solicitors are said to have ar arrived
rived arrived in the state and Ihey are busy
enough. Just as well to know where
ycur money is going and not take
chances. Times-Union.
People had better refuse all solici solicitors
tors solicitors they don't know and some they
do know.

sen why Alachua and Marion should man armies have lost more than a
not again raise plenty of the golden million men killed and missine. On

fruit. Times-Union Short Talks. the western front, beginning with thecfivei las Friday:
"Short Talks" and the Sun mean invasion of France and Belgium, the Marietta, Ga., Nov. 17, 1922.

well, but the Star cannot understand Germans steadily moved forward un-iim R- Brumby Jr.

where they obtained the idea that til stopped Sept. 6-13. Driven back
Marion county ever went out of or- a considerable distance, the exhaustion

ange culture. It is true that for a cf the Allies enabled them to rest and ; completed iu:.3U, giving us the best
few years after the big freeze, until recruit, and again resume the offens-j Payed town in Georgia, a monument
groves could be replanted and brought ive. In this battle going on now two to the everlasting glory of Jim R.
into bearing, there were not many or- months, they gradually lost ground j Brumby and ignominious defeat
anges shipped out of Marion, but or- and -many men, but the Allies alsoof Ris obstructionists enemies. Bond
ange culture has never ceased. Ten lest heavily. This date finds the Ger-; money well stretched out but sum sum-years
years sum-years after the freeze there were mans in possession of almost a tenth !ent. VCting $20,000 today for sew sew-manv
manv sew-manv fine eroves and heavy shipments Qf France and all Belsium exceDt a!erae extension. Bayard Guy,

Marietta Knitting Company

DOLLAR DAY

Twenty pairs ladies' high top shoes,
sizes 2 to 5; former price $47 to $7;
foi Dollar Days, $1.00. Little's Shoe

20-2t

of fruit, and they have steadily been small tract at the extreme eastern

increasing, despite half a dozen minor corner. The two armies by this time
freezes since 1895. There were .at were entrenched from Switzerland to
least six hundred thousand boxes of the North Sea, tho the trenches were
oranges -and grapefruit raised in not of as permanent character as
Marion last season, and this .year's they became later, and the line chang-
crOD Dromises to be erreater. :eA at snmp rvnint pvpre dav. as nnii

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: side or the other gained. At this date 1 ar r'

' Sumter county in this state is get-: the Allies are on the defensive f all
ting back into the business of grow- along the line, with the Germans mak- Fifteen pairs ladies' pumps and
inc citrus fruits, havine sent to mar-line desnerate efforts in Flanders and:low shoes, sizes 2 to 5: former

ket this week the first carload of or- the Argonne region, but steadily ne-
enges it has produced since the big pulsed with heavy losses.
freeze of J894-5. Since the invention: On the eastern front at this time,

of grove heaters and the perfection of j the Russians had much the best of it,
the hardier types of oranges, there i having repulsed the' Gefmans and
seems to be no reason why oranges Austrians at every point and advanc advanc-may
may advanc-may not be grown even as far north ed far into Silesia and Galicia. The
as the first two or three tiers of Geor- i Russians had lost most heavily in
gia counties. St. Petersburg Times., killed and wounded, but on the other
This is another display of ignorance, j hand they had captured hundreds of
There are a number of fine groves in thousands of Austrians, who they
Sumter county, and that county has sent so far back into their vast em-

shipped many carloads of oranges ev every
ery every season for the last fifteen years
or more.'

The Dixie Highway from Belleview
on south is in good condition, and
travel over that route is returning to
its old-time volume. It will probably
be at least another year before th

highway will be complete thru Mar Marion
ion Marion county, but it will be a splendid
read when finished. It is the opinion
f men well posted on this work that
the road from the northern to the
southern limit of the county will cost
a million dollars, of which the state -will
pay more than half, so the state
road departmenl can't be accused of
not giving Marion a square deal.
The numerous Marion county
friends of Malcolm R. Williams, now
of Gainesville, who visited the Alach Alachua
ua Alachua county fair, of which he was man manager
ager manager this year, are unanimous in the
opinion that he made good and the
people of that fine county backed him
uv. A renresenetative of the Star

visiting Gainesville during the fair
was well pleased at the fine display of
agricultural products, cattle, hogs and
poultry, and the large collection of
household exhibits, all showing great
resources and industry and skill 'in
bringing them out. The horse races
were firstrate, and drew large crowds.
There was plenty of amusement, the
Barkoot carnival supplying all kinds
of entertainment. The Alachua fair
like that of Marion grows better ev every
ery every year.

There has been considerable crit criticism
icism criticism of the county authorities lately
because white prisoners were allowed
to stay comfortably in the jail, while
the colored had to go out and work
on the roads. The reason for this has
been that the county has only one

cage for prisoners, and as the law de demands
mands demands that white and colored men be
housed in different cages at night, and

there were seldom more than two to
five white men among the county con convicts,
victs, convicts, it would not pay the county to
buy another cage for them, or employ
another guard to look after them. On
the other hand it was urged that it.
was an injustice both to the taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers and the negroes to let white men
rest comfortably in jail, while the ne negroes
groes negroes were worked on the roads. The
Star is informed that now, since the
county has an engineer, the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners intend to purchase another
cage and send the white men out with
the' others, so any vagrants from the
north expecting to spend a comfort

able winter in this county had better
instead give it a wide berth.

t "The people of Marion county are
giving much attention to the planting
of orange and grapefruit --groves,"
says the Gainesville Sun. Marion used
to be a fine orange-growing county.
And so was Alachua. The "big
freeze" was allowed to discourage the
growers in those .counties and they let
the industry drop. The, Sun advises
the planting of orange and other cit citrus
rus citrus fruits again. It is well known
that the horticulturists have discov discovered
ered discovered and proved that certain kinds of
stock are hardier than others, and the
orange and grapefruit trees now be being
ing being put out would not be killed, even
if such weather as the "big freeze"
produced came again. "People of the

FELLOWSHIP

pire that many gave up hope of home
and settled down among the Russians.
To the south, after almost four
months of fighting, the Austrians had

not made any gains over the Serbs,

and their navy was shut up in Ad

riatic harbors by the Allied fleet.

On the ocean, nearly all the Ger German
man German commerce destroyers had been

run down and sunk by British and

Japanese cruisers, or compelled to
intern in neutral harbors. .The small
German fleet which defeated a great

ly inferior British squadron off the

coast of Chile, was approaching the

Falklands, where it was soon to be

annihilated by a superior British
naval force.

, In the far east, Japan after taking

Germany's Chinese possessions had
sent out warships to clear the Pacific

of all German ships.

TURNER FARM

Fellowship, Nov., 20. The commu community
nity community sing was well attended Sunday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. McCully and the singing was
extra good, as well as the music.
Mr. E. C. Rawls and son of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Rawls. They came down
to enjoy the cane grinding and to
hunt.
Miss Callie Ferguson of Titusville,
is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, R. W. Ferguson until after
Thanksgiving. Miss Ferguson is
very poputer and numbers her friends
by her acquaintances.
The Fellowship high school is run running
ning running along smoothly, but believe me,
they are going some. The school will
entertain next Friday night with a
minstrel. Admission, 25c. and 10c.
TVio nmnooiia will rrn tn the school.

Evervbodv is invited to attend. Thev To you

Turner Farm, Nov. 21. Mr. L. I

Matchett visited his parents near Bay

Lake Sunday.

- Mr. Harvey Waldron and sister,
Miss Mabel Waldron, were combining
business with pleasure in Island

Grove Saturday evening..

Mr. Hall of Citra was a visitor to

our Sunday school Sunday evening,

Mrs. Gary Waldron was the guest

of Mrs. Bessie Johns Sunday.
Mrs. L. I. Matchett visited Mrs. I
N. Wells Sunday.

Rev. Hardester and wife were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hall

Sunday.

price $4 to $6, for Dollar Days, $1.00.
Little's Shoe Parlor. 20-2t

One quart New Honey,
per jar
Palm Olive Soap,
three cakes for. .
Heinz Small Can
Beans
Cream of Wheat,
package
Shredded Wheat
Biscuit package..
Corn Flakes
three for
SWEET POTATOES,
per peck........
Octagon Soap 4
three for: ..... i
Senate Ccffee,
per pound

55c
25c
11c
25c
15c
25c
40c
20c

33c

Jello 12c. package,
three for.

Quaker Oats, 12c pkg., O O
three for OOC

Post Toasties,
three for
Premier Salad
Dressing
UNEEDA BISCUITS,
per package
ZUZU CRACKERS,
per package

Small Graham Crackers,

per package......
Animal Crackers,
per package......

A f I Lemon Snaps,

ja V V 1 tier naekap-e.

Pint Jars Orange Marmalade

25c
43 c
5c
5c

5c

5c
5c
40c

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

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE

PHONE 163

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DOLLAR DAYS
Wednesday, November 22

DOLLAR DAYS
Thursday, November 23

Talk.
Nineteen billion conversations were
carried on over American telephone
wires last year. Telephone com complies
plies complies having figured this out,
also find that the distance covered by
these messages .was 43,000.000.000
miles. Six million messenger boys,
working nine hours a day, would be
required to deliver all the messages
that pass over the telephone wires.
Forty-six years ago there was only one
telephone belonging to Bell, its in inventor.
ventor. inventor. It was a crude device com compared
pared compared with the phone you use today.

i Perfection comes rapidly In our age.

remember when you had to

will. serve refreshments just after tho turn a crank to attract fentral's atten atten-performance.
performance. atten-performance. This play will certain- on

ly be a mouth-spreader and a side-

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splitter, so don't miss it. Door sopen
at 7 o'clock.
The Fellowship basketball team
will play the Williston basketball
team next Friday at the Fellowship
grounds. The game will be called at
three o'clock. Doubtless this is going
to be a hard-fought game as both

teams are pretty strong and are do-

ing quite a lot of practicing. The
teams hope to have a large crowd out,
so don't disappoint them.
f. L. Smith and family have moved
to Ocala and we understand another

family has moved to the Smith farm, i
(Say, Jack, next time you 'come to J
town, come in and see us and we will j
give you a pencil that will make j
marks. Editor). ..

Growth cf the Telephone.
If the telephone calls that were put

in last year in the United States alone
had been scattered evenly about the

earth, every person in every countrj
would have been seven times to the
phone every one of India's troubled
millions, of China's and of Africa's.
:nd of the almost countless others in
every other land. The wires used In
the United States would span the dis distance
tance distance of the moon 100 times would
circle the earth 1.000. The army and
navy of the United States together
number about the same as the em employees
ployees employees of the Bell telephone system.

Two -Great Bi TlriSl Pays 5
Like every great idealhat gatherseight and
importance as its possibilities a nd benefits
are unfolded to the public4 "DOLLAR DAYS"
at FRANK'S has grown steadily in power and
importance until it has become an estab established
lished established economy event in Ocala.
It is a bona-fide two-day opport unity for EX-?
TRA SAVINGS on FRANK'S good new -merchandise
of certified quality and the people
know it.
Scores of keen-minded women who know the
art of making their money bring double re returns,
turns, returns, will not need no second invitation to
FRANK'S next Wednesday and Thursday.
Please read the following items carefull. Each
item an opportunity.

Twenty pairs .boys' oxfords, sizes
3 to 6; former price $4 to $7; Dollar j

Days 1.00. Little's Shoe Parlor. 2t

The Gent of Leisure hasn't Any Anything
thing Anything to Do and thinks Nobody Else
has, so he Comes In when we are
Busier than a One-Armed Paper
Hanger and Wants to Visit and tell
Comicaf Stories. Some Day he'll
Wake L'i and find The Help carrying
him out Feet First'.

Merchants & Miners began opera operations
tions operations in 1S54. Use this line to reach
northern cities. It-

- A gasoline substitute, made from"
prickly pear juice and mixed with
other chemicals, has shown remark remarkable
able remarkable results. It is known as "spring
bck," motor spirit, and is made in
South Africa.

Advertise in the Evening Star.

Tramps.
The age of the average tramp be before
fore before the war was fifty years. Now it's
thirty-two. And the 10-2 model tramp
rides on auto trucks instead of freight

trains. This mrorniuTion is irom me
report of a New Yt.rk welfare associa association
tion association with a name as long as Barnum's
Cardiff giant. The association is seek seeking
ing seeking a way to reduce the number of
tramps. Quickest way is to give them
the jobs they seek. Second, and im impossible,
possible, impossible, is to kill the wanderlust that
exists in 'every human, a psychoan psychoanalytic
alytic psychoanalytic complex, reaction from the duV
grind of civilization.

Orders for pies and cakes taken.
Lemon and applie pies a specialty.
Phone 135. 20-6t

S6-inch Unbleached Muslin, 14c. quality,
S.f $1.00
Sb-inch Percale, 25c. quality, ff
six yards for vl JJ
Idle du Nord Ginghams, 35c. !1 ff
value, four yarxls for. ..... P A JJ
27-inch Ginghams to close out, ff
ten yards for vlUU
Two-ounce Hanks Wool Knitting Yarn, 50c.
and 60c. values, four hanks $J 00
One lot Ladies' Sweaters to J1 ff
close out at P 1 vU
Lace Dresser Scarfs, $1.25 and J ff
$1.50 values, for 1 .UU
Japanese Luncheon Sets, thir- 11 fif
teen pieces, for V X JJ
'Ladies' Silk Hose, $1.50 values, 00
36-inch i "TeVer" Pan" Gingham, the finest
quality Gingham made, plain l ff
colors, two yards for P X VJU
Imported Madras, special purchase, attract attractive
ive attractive shirting patterns, worth d1 fCi
$1.25 a yard, two yards for. V X UU
Cotton Serges and Plaids, 75c. d1 (f
values, two yards for V wU

REMEMBER
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22

36-inch Wool Plaids for skirts
and dresses, per yard

$1.00

Odds and ends in Kid Gloves, to AA
close out at per pair P X UU
Leather Hand Bags and Party df ff
Boxes, each PXUU
"Bontex" Silk and Fibre Hos-'d1 flfl
iery. $1.95 value, per pir. V X UU
Fine quality Muslin Gowns and C1 fCf
Chimese, each VlUU
Children's Dresses and Eompers, J 00
Men's Lisle Hose, all colors, five (1 AA
pairs for : pXUU
27-inch Fast Color Dress Ging- Ql AA
ham, five yards for vl UU
36-inch heavy grade Unbleached ? ff
Muslin, seven yards for s)l UU.
3S-inch Fancy Outings, heavy flfl
quality, six yards for. ..... ) X U U
27-ineh Fancy Outings, heavy f(
quality, eight yards for V X UU
72-inch Fine Table Damask, 1 AA
$1.50 value, per yard .... VlUU
Fine quality Long' Cloth and Cl flfl
Nainsook, six yards for VfX UU
THE DAYS
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23

Advertise in the Evening Star.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2U 1922

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OCALA OBSERVANCES
If you have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.

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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

FISTFUL OF FEATHERS

Little brown bird in the stubble,
Born to a life full of trouble,.
Up and away!
Through the twelve-gauge's spray spray-Ah,
Ah, spray-Ah, little bird, life's a bubble!
Naught but a fistful of feather,
You that belong to the heather,
Up o'er the brush!
In another wild "flush!"
Brave little fistful of feather.
Run, little bird, in the clover
Game little life, nearly over

Steady there! Rise!
Dead bird! Oh, what a prize!
Game little bird in the clover.
Little brown bird in the stubble",
Born to a life of trouble,
Up and away!
Through the twelve-gauge's spray

Ah, little bird, life's a bubble!
. Walter Greenough in Farm Life.
,
.We suppose Carl Ray is out hunting
today. He gave us good'Teason whey
he did not go yesterday.
Mr. T. J. Kemp has returned from
North Carolina, where he went to be
with his brother, J. B. Kemp of St.
Augustine, in his trial for killing a
man forty-four years ago. Mr. Kemp
and his attorney were ready for trial,
but the state put it off, claiming some
of its witnesses were absent. This
delay is quite an injustice to Mr.
Kemp, who has returned to his home
in St. Augustine, but will have to go
back to North Carolina in February.
There is no doubt of his acquittal
when the trial takes place. ,
There has been a report rambling
around ever since the day after elec election
tion election that there was no election held
in Citra, and it was because Mr. W. J.
Crosby had either the ticket box or
the polling book and forgot there was
any election. Mr. Crosby was in town
Monday and a Star reporter asked
him about the story. It was the first
he had heard of it. He said there wa&
not only an election in Citra but it
was a good election, almost everybody
voting right. It is true there wasn't
a large vote, owing to the fact that
most folk were too busy to come to
the polls, but those who came were all
to the mustard. Mr. Crosby was a
member of the election board, and put
in a good deal of hard work in re reminding
minding reminding voters to go to the polls. In
Citra, as almost every where else,. on
election day, a majority of the voters
were too busy to take the time neces necessary
sary necessary to cast their ballots.

(Evening Star Nov. 21, 1902)

The Ocala lodge of Odd Fellows j
held a large and spirited meeting last j
night, inducting a dozen new mem- ;

i bers into the mysteries and benefits ol ;
ithe order.

Dr. van nooa nas Deen neara
from. He arrived at his destination
in Arizona with his patient, Mr. C. E. 1
Abson, and gives his experience in
Hrivinc from the station to Warm i

j Springs, forty miles through alkali
dust and a snow storm. ;
' Sim Lummus, the good-natured ;

giant of the Star office, lifted 500
pounds of linotype slugs clear from

! the floor today, and he was not feel-
jing well either. J
Mrs. W. D. Graham of Tampa, went

to Fellowship this afternoon to be j
present at, the marriage of her sister,
Miss Floriana Carter, which occurs

on the 22nd.
F. B. Beckham of Newberry, for formerly
merly formerly of this city, is in town. Mr.
Beckham will send his family back to

I Ocala soon that the children may at

tend school.
The Ocala high school has 409 pu pupils
pils pupils enrolled and Howard Academy,
(colored), 420. The attendance at

' both schools is excellent.

Capt. T. H. Johnsan came in today
from an orange buying trip to South

Florida.
I
. Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Nov. 21, 1912)
Postmaster Gerow of Jacksonville
says that the hen on the hoof will not
be eligible mail matter when the new
postal law goes into effect.
The beautiful lines of the new Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel are tseadily
emerging from the scaffolding like a
butterfly breaking its cocoon.
Mr. Morris E. Robinson was the

proudest man in town this morning.
He went out on Sunnyjim but he con conveyed
veyed conveyed the glad tidings to at least half
a hundred friends that- "Sunnyjim"
was a grandpa before the train left.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Robinson are tfie
proud parents of a very dainty little
miss who came to their home early
this morning. She weights eight nd
a half pounds and a dozen pretty girls
want her for a namesake. ;
Mr. Clifford Herrick of Crystal
River and his bride, nee Miss Grace
Granford of Davidson, N. C, on their
way home from their wedding trip,
stopped in Ocala for a few .days. Mrs.
Herrick is a charmine younsr ladv

' and Mr. Herrick deserves praise for
i adding her to the attractions of Flois
! ida. .

Miss Meta Jewett returned today
irom a visit to her brother, Mr. San San-ford
ford San-ford Jewett and family, in Lakeland.

i She was accompanied noma by her
j pretty little niece, who is a universal
i favorite in Ocala.

The nomenclature of the cigar trade j
is one of the very interesting phases
of democracy. No agent intent upon t
building up a market for a 10-cent
cigar ever named it for a statesman.
He complimented Instead, an actor, a
philanthropist, a racehorse, a hypo-

thetical Indian mamen or a suppositi supposititious
tious supposititious Spanish grandee. To have named
a 10-cent cigar for a statesman would
have been to "queer" both the cigar
and Its Involuntary patron. The peo

ple would not have stood for that sort

of thing. It would have presumed a
certain superiority which they would
have rebuked both at the cigar stand
and at the polls.

protesting f

from 1

The women who are

against the omission of "obey

the -marriage promise have been quick

to set how the change would rob en en-gaped
gaped en-gaped ?irls of their best chance to as

sert a little prenuptial authority in j
managing the .omission for themselves, j

' Did your grandmother ever patronize
, a bootblack parlor or get her hair
shampooed in a barber saop? Or was
she an old-fashioned lady who spelled
modesty with a big M and walked
in the serenity and dignity of a clois cloistered
tered cloistered femininity?

Some, fine day the radio experts will will-tune
tune will-tune their apparatus to the magnetic
waves of the aurora borealls and then
the world will be filled with music
if the glorious phenomenon sounds at
lovely as it looks.

Spain is importing American min minnows
nows minnows to aid in mosquito extermination.
We hope it works, then we can import
some of them back again and see if it
helps our own mosquito problem any.
If the modern noviists merely called
a spade a spade. It wouldn't be so
bad; hut -they take a rake and make
a hero of him.

Detroit woman asks divorce from a
"golf maniac," thus transforming the
trreen Into cround for divorce.

Mr. E. M. Howard has called the
Star down for printing the dispatch
telling about he "auto trap" at
Stuart on the Dixie Highway in Palm
Beach county. Mr. Howard, who has
been thru Stuart a number' of times,
declared that he never saw any trap
there, tho the manner in which the
roads run demand that autoists drive
carefully. He also brags on a nifty
little restaurant, where one can ob obtain
tain obtain good eats, including large and
beautifully cooked slabs of pompano,
and says he will spend his money
there every time he is in the vicinity
at grub call. The story Mr. Howard
denounces was an Associated Press
dispatch, and the A. P. demands that
its correspondents be careful. If the
people of Stuart are aggrieved by the
dispatch they should call up the
Falm Beach Post. We passed thru
Stuart twice last June and saw no
symptoms of anything like a trap.
Marshal Henry Gordon, who was
among the hunters yesterday, prob probably
ably probably bagged the biggest bird in the
county. He was hunting along the
little Oklawaha, about ten miles
southeast of Ocala, when he saw a
large bird in a tree top. It was a
long shot, but Mr. Gordon lined his
rifle sights on the big flyer, and when
the gun cracked had the satisfaction
of seeing him come down thru th
branches of the tree to the ground.
It was a big bald eagle, six feet from
tip to tip of his wings, and one of the
most handsome specimens of his tribe
ever seen. The bird was shot thru
the body and lived but a little timb
after being struck. It was such a
handsome bird that is a pity there
is no one in Ocala competent to mount
it, as it would have made a trophy
that Mr. Gordon cculd have been
proud to keep. While these eagles
live principally on fish and wild ani animals,
mals, animals, they carry off good sized lambs,
and are not too proud to pick up' a
chicken, so the people in the vicinity
of this one may thank Mr. Gordon for
his good marksmanship.

NOTICE

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

Advertise in the Evening Star.

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, City Clerk.
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
The Federal Bakery has moved into
its new quarters, between Blalock
Bros', vulcanizing shop and the U U-Serve
Serve U-Serve store on the east side of the
public square. This store room has
been made over and is now very con conveniently
veniently conveniently fitted up, with a most hand handsome
some handsome front. MacKay and Company
did the work, and made an excellent
job of it.
Saturday Dec. 9th, is. the date for
the supper and bazar to be given by
the ladies of the Presbyterian church.
Keep the date open and come. 17-3t
Ever notice that the Germans never
include the kaiser in their was losses ?
Brooklyn Eagle.

Burson Hose in white and brown
silk, former price $1.50. Dollar Days
?i;0O. Little's Shoe Parlor. 20-2t

Owing to the heavy decline in the
ralue of Portuguese money sardines
are -:ng extensively used s a medi medium
um medium of exchange In Lisbon.. ft must

seem dd to do one's banking at the jj

lelica'essen shop.

Turkey is flirting with the soviet
plan f government, a sure sign that
the T;;rks are not leaving any stone
untnn.ed in their efforts to keep In
bad v. ith the rest of the world.

DOLLAR DAY BARGAINS
For Wednesday and Thursday, November 22' and 23.
At FISHEL'S
6 yards Fast Color Ginghams $1.00
5 yards Fast Color Percales 1.00

8 yards 36 in. Unbleached Muslin 1.00

7 yards Bed Ticking

5 yards Heavy Romper Cloth

1.00
1.00

Cliii:nins that her husband's af af-feftins
feftins af-feftins were suHen from her. a wife
is suing for SJG.UOO. The figure looks
to be hased on the meat market price
of heiirt.

It begins to appear now as if France
should arrange with Poland to estab establish
lish establish about a half a million of that
standing army in Polish territory.

The summer breeze blows throigh
rhe trees and welcomes back the be-'
vedeze.

LISTEN, THINK
iYou 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 wilhbe closed Thanksgiving, tf
One hundred pairs ladies' high top
Keds in white and black. Dollar Days
for $1.00. Little's Shoe Parlor. Foot
speciasists, examinations free. 20-2t
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.

Men's Dress Shirts
$2.00 Ladies Feltlike Hats
72x90 Sheets
Children's Dresses
Children's White Keds Shoes

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

E IS EEL'S
FREE-Black Silk Thread or Needles FREE

Turkey's representatives at the
peace, conferences appear to be all
gobblers. Vancouver Province.

Albert's Plant rood 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. Ai i&e Court rnarmacy. tf

Advertise in the Evening Star.

Russia's salvation ultimately may
lie in the idscovery of some process
to make the ruble edible. Life.

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c., 50c. and $2 packages at tha
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
We buy second-hand furniture. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex-,
position street. 10-tf

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THAT'S WHY
OUR INSTALLMENT BUSINESS IS THE BIGGEST IN OCALA!

You Can Buy Pianos, Furniture and Ladies Ready-to- Wear Cheaper Here.

George the fifth is left, but George
the four-fifths has at last quit.
Clinton Daily Clintonian.

Fruit cake, layer, cake, pound cake
and raisin cake (Gardner's) at Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 10-tf

In Russia, retail trading is done
with wholesale money. Cleveland
Press.

You can say one thing for Main
street. Sinclair Lewis found it a
short cut to Easy street. New Brit Britain
ain Britain Herald.

If ever a ruble gets to be worth the
paper it is printed on, they'll probably
call that par. Chatham (Canada)
Daily News.

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

BARGAINS IN NEW PIANOS
m
The famous upright piano of the Doll Make, fin finished
ished finished in dark mahogany.
$495.00
The YYellsmore Self Player, finished in walnut. The
name Wellsmore means quality; Come in and see how
easy it is to operate.
$550.00

USED PIANOS REDUCED
i
Walnut pianos at a bargain. Terms are liberal.-
Price $145.00
Mahogany piano in good condition, uet this one
for the mnsic teacher can tell the difference.
Price $195.00
' Also a few organs at Reduced Prices.

THE CREAM OF OCALA BARGAINS ARE IN THIS STORE

MATTRESSES
Full size cotton mattresses,
45 lb. weight with felt top and
bottom.
$12.50
Full size cotton mattress with
three layers of felt, top and bot bottom,
tom, bottom, 45 lb. weight. You will like it.
$15.00
Full size all felt mattress, 50
lb. weight, with plain or art tick ticking.
ing. ticking. S'20.00

IRON BEDS
Full size iron beds in all col colors.
ors. colors. 2 in. post with five large
fillers.
$15.00
3-4 size in white enamel. 2
in. post with five fillers.
$15.00
3-4 and 4-6 white enamel
beds, 1 1-4 in. post with five fil fillers.
lers. fillers. $10.00
3 piece beds in ivory. in.
post with National Springs.
$30.00

ROCKERS
Mahogany rockers with $!a
backs and upholstered in brown
Spanish leather. $12.50
Oak rockers with continnous
back'post. Very comfortable. $6.00
Oak rockers with cain bot bottoms.
toms. bottoms. Specially priced at S7.S0
Bed room rockers in oak
with Veneer seat that with not
break. $5.00
Porch rockers in solid oak
and well braced. $7.50

YdDU BUY KEGHftT AT

i:(GIMI'

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD JUST BRING AN H0NE$T FACE
OCALA, FLORIDA

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OCALA EVENING STAB,. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1922

LEESBURG T LAKE CITY i IMPROVE51ENT OF ENGLISH

"Willis Powell, secretary of the
. Xoke County Chamber of Commerce,
sends out the following information
tor -autoists:
The Groveland-Auburndale route i
now in excellent shape, and those who
have diverted travel from this road
lor some weeks past kill kindly ad advise
vise advise motorists that this is the short shortest
est shortest and best route to Tampa, St. Pe
tersburg and all points in South Flor

ida.

Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla.,
Nov. 20. In order to stimulate in interest
terest interest in good English and in sound
Americanism among the students of
the eleventh 2nd twelfth grades of
Florida senior high schools, Irving
Bachelder, the distinguished author,
who is a resident of Winter Park and
a trustee of Rollins College, offers
1 A 1 1 lf A V

jeacn year two goia meuais, uue iu

There is a slretch of two miles on! given to a young man and the other

this route made of pipestone clay and to a young woman, lor the best es-

during the rainy season it was a quag- says written on the subjects named

mire, but the Polk county authorities j by the prize contest committee. This

BOOTLEGGING METHODS

IN BERMUDAN WATERS

Hamilton, Bermuda, Nov. 20. This

is how some marine bootleggers are
believed to operate in Bermudan wa

ters. Such man comes to Hamilton
and engages a steamer of small di dimensions,
mensions, dimensions, or a motor boat. Then he
buys whisky ashore, and loads his
ship to the rails with the product of
Scotch distillers. He clears for a
Canadian port andmts to sea.
Within a day or so, sometimes

I C. CECIL BRYANT

AUDITOR

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have improved this stretch and one

can now do the speed limit over the j

entire forty-mile stretch between
Groveland and Auburndale.
The route is from Leesburg south
to Mascotte, east to Groveland and
thence in a southerly direction ovei
splendid sand-clay road, with no
chance of getting "lost" or need for
asking for directions. This route

saves thirty-four miles over the Kis Kis-simee
simee Kis-simee route to Tampa, and while the
other route is brick paved the road is
only nine eet wide for the major
portion with heavy travel and turn turnouts
outs turnouts that are abominable if not dan dangerous.
gerous. dangerous. The Auburndale route is 15
feet width and travel is mostly one
way these days.
' You can save two miles on the
southbound travel by going north of
Lake Trienne (right hand turn) in instead
stead instead of left hand to and through Au Auburndale,
burndale, Auburndale, as the road circles the lake.
This is not given in prejudice to
other routes but for the benefit of
tourists who after a 1000-mile .trip or
r of bad roads are entitled to the best
routes and shortest to their destina destinations
tions destinations in South Florida or the West
Coast: W. B. Powell.

within 24 hours, the vessel in back
ir Hamilton, but without her cargo.

.. . m Were he pressed for an explanation

year tne delivery oi tne essays wm -

VtVUI Mil JCCUi uiumj ..w
er's week at Rollins College.
The subjects for the proposed es essays
says essays will be announced in the very
near future," so those students who are
inclined to try for the medals will
have practically 4wo months in which
to prepare the essays. The rules of

the contest require that all essays
must be in the hands of the prize con contest
test contest committee, Rollins College, Win

ter Park, Florida, not later than

January 20, 1923

The essays are judged by th com committee,
mittee, committee, who base their decisions upon
thought, originality and expression.
The six best essays, three by young
women and three by young men,
will be chosen from the group and

these six will be the ones delivered af

the essay contest in February. Miss

Gayie Marshall, representing Sanford
high school, and Mr. Edward McGill,

representing Waldo high school, were

the winners in the contest last spring,

Income Tax Consultant
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Room 23, Holder Block

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Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.

! fhe following schedule figures nnb-

j isned as information and not guar guar-f
f guar-f -iteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
S ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.

Leave for Station Arrive from

2:27 :-m
2:15 am

3:24 pm
1:25 pm
9:00 pm
1:16 pm
6:45 pm

11:03 pm

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I am

! 2:27 am

1:45 pm
3:24 pm
1 6:15 am
13:30 pm

ay,

with a smile, that he was caught in a

storm which washed away his deck

load, and that he had even to throw
overboard the cases below decks to
lighten the ship.

Ships entering American ports may

not be permitted to carry liquor, but
with this law the man with a local
charter does not necessarily concern

himself. His interest is limited to
these waters. He has been known to

talk of latter day pirates, but he does
not seem particularly to fear them.
A "pirate" with a desire to sell for
$12 a bottle that he can lift at sea
for nothing, perhaps, sails tfrom an
American port and heads for Ber Bermuda.
muda. Bermuda. He lays off and on until he
meets a victim in the shape of a small
motor boat. He overhaulsher, and
with a display of force sufficient to
warrant a recital on the docks when

the motor boat gets back to Hamilton,

he transfers the cargo he desires

Large herds of wid caribou swim swimming
ming swimming the Yukon have interfered with
the progress of steamers in that river.
Thousands of them are now swarm swarming
ing swarming over the hills through the sub suburbs
urbs suburbs of Dawson, Yukon Territory,
for a radius of fifty miles from that
town. The great herd treks through
the district annually on its way north northward.
ward. northward. Every home in Dawson is pro provided
vided provided with fresh meat.

Too often a grade-crossing is the

meeting place of headlights and light

heads. Washington Post.

The former kaiser's marriage has
caused him to change his rule of living
at the Doom Castle.' Formerly only
a few were permitted to visit him,
but he invited, on Oct. 5, forty per persons
sons persons to take tea with him. To those
who accepted the invitation all peo people
ple people of high standing he said that
from then on he would be glad to fee
them often, assuring them that he and
his wife would return their visits.

Direct selling by producers plays
both ends against the middle. Green Greenville
ville Greenville Piedmont.

Kuhn,, Loeb & Company, of New
York, have this year received in gold
from Europe, up to October 1, $36, $36,-625,000.
625,000. $36,-625,000.

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THE GLAD AWAKENING: As for

ne. I win oenoid tny face In rifht rifht-kusness:
kusness: rifht-kusness: I shall be satisfied, when X
Iwake. with thy likeness. Psa. IT: li.

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.

U-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer.
Let us supply your groceries. Reas Reas-or
or Reas-or ablj prices and, prompt delivery Sra
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
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
men. It is not myself," she said,
speakipg of her appointment, "it is
the recognition of womanhood and
what it will mean to the incoming
generations."

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Call 471-Blue for the best red oak
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Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.

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

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

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IMMENSE AGRICULTURAL DISPLAY

FOURTEEN COMMUNITY EXHIBITS
. 55 RACE HORSES) WITH FAST RECORDS
BARKOOT'S BIG CARNIVAL AGGREGATION
BIG POULTRY AND LIVE STOCK EXHIBITS

LARGER HORTICULTURAL SHOWING THAN EVER
ATTRACTIVE PREMIUM LISTS

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' UCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1922
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Ccpr for Thla Dprtment Supplied by
tha American Legion Newa Service.)

WAR ROBS THREE OF MEMORY

.'in TO W

Trio Among Most Unusual Cases on

Record at Veteran's Bflreau
in .Washington.
Three men who have lost them themselves
selves themselves and whose memory does not
extend back to the war where they
receded Injury, are among the most
unusual cases on record at the Vet Veterans'
erans' Veterans' bureau In Washington, D. C,
amoDg the long list, of war victims.
The American Legion Is endeavoring
to assist the unfortunate ex-service
men in finding their relatives. y
Hayward Thompson at least that
Is what he is now called is one of
' the most peculiar cases. He has for forgotten
gotten forgotten who he is. In, his head is an
ugly" shrapnel wound. His memory
( goes back to January 22, 1922, when
be arrived at a hotel in Denver, with
a bill in his pocket from one of the
most expensive hotels in Colorado
Springs. His memory, he now believes,
lapsed somewhere, either far back
in France or on the trip between Colo Colorado
rado Colorado Springs and Denver. Thompson
remembers having had $1,200 in his
pocket and access to many thousands
more.
Ia searching Washington records for
some trace of the kst man, it was
found that a certain Hayward Thomp Thompson
son Thompson enlisted in the Marine corps June
5, 191S, and was discharged January
6, 1919. He had a wife and three
children at Flemington, Mo., and" a
mother, Mrs. Louise Thompson, at
Chicago. The man with a shrapnel,
wound in his head and no memory of
any relatives at all, telegraphed in
great eagerness to Flemington Mo.,
ami to Chicago. Ie received no
-answer.
Not so long ago a clean-cut young
man appeared at a Los Angeles hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. He wore an American Legion
button. When questioned as to who
he was he stated he did not know.
"I think I am thirty-two years old,"
be said, "I am live feet, nine inches
and weigh 130 pounds. My eyes are
gray and I have blond hair. I be believe
lieve believe I was a soldier. If any one can
tell me who I am, or anything about
my past. please let me know." The

Los Angeles post of the Legion Is mak making
ing making every effort to help the man flnd
himself.
A third "unidentified living" lives
at 735 North Thirty-first street. Louis Louisville.
ville. Louisville. He is known as Leonard Wells,
to the neighborhood. His memory is
hazy. He believes that ie enlisted
in the old First Kentucky infantry,
and with the command was'transferred
to a replacement detachment and sent
to France. His photograph ,vas for forwarded
warded forwarded to his company commander,
who recognfzed the face but did not
recall a name. A machine gun bullet
had pierced his abdomen and injured

Ms spine. Anotner -liau injured trie
left shoulder cap. No compensation
or insurance can be awarded to this
mnn, the Veterans' bureau regrets, un until
til until his identity can be established.
France, it is said, has six 'of these
"unidentified" living ex-service men.
Great Britain has a few. These lost
souls who cannot find their memories,
and who know they cannot, present a
spectacle unique ind pathenic. They
are lost and know It.

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The Carts of Peking.

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PALATKA-OCALA
BUS LINE
SCHEDULE
Leave Palalka 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala 11:45 A. M.
leave Ocala 2:00 P. M.
Arrive Palalka 6:00 P. M.
Ocala leaving point, Ocala House,
alctka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenjvood
and Rodman.

C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala, Phone 527

The veiy frst time you
use Calumet your baking
will be perfectly raised,
sweet and wholesome.
And you can expect un unfailing
failing unfailing uniformity just as
long-as you continue to
use it, because"

ON "GREATEST HEROES" LIST

Sergt. Samuel Glucksman of the
American "Devil Dogs," Rival for
York-Woodfill Honors
Another rival fr the crown worn
alternately by Sergeants York and
Woodfill as the
greatest hero of

tne or la war

iihs oeen uncov uncov-ered
ered uncov-ered by' the
United States
veterans' 0 bureau
in the person of
Sergt. Samuel
Glucksman, mem member
ber member of the Ameri American
can American "Devil Dogs"
during the war
and decorated by
both the Ameri

can and allied governments.
Although born in Austria, Sergeant
Glucksman enlisted with the marines
at the outbreak of the war and al although
though although too modest to tell the story of
his achievements while fighting
against the Germans, the American
Legion at Washington discovered that
Glucksman fought in seven major en engagements.
gagements. engagements. Verdun. Belleau Woods,
Chateau Thierry, Marbaeh. St. Mihiel,
Soissons and Mont Blanc.
On the morning of October '3. 191S,
Sergeant Glucksman started out to get
water for his comrades. He returned
without the water but with 20 Ger Germans
mans Germans and a painful wound. The
"Devil Dog" sergeant captured a lone
German and instead of bayoneting his
captive forced himt to lead him to the
rest of the advance party. Coming
onto the whole batch of 20, Sergeant
Glucksman waved a hand grenade and
ordered them all out of the shell hole
they were occupying and into the
arms of his American comrades. By
executive appointment Glucksman is
now employed at the navy 'yard at
Portsmouth, N. II.

(Prepared by the National Qeogrraptnc
Society, Washinjarton. D. C.)
Peking, China'scapital, which after
many months of a leisurely civil war
seems the definite goal of the south southern
ern southern Chinese rebels, is a Tatar rather
than a Chinese city. To this fact Is
traceable its marked difference in ap appearance
pearance appearance when compared to other,
cities in China.
As one passes within the walls of
Peking he expects to find, as in "bther
Chinese cities, the bannered signs of
shopkeepers throwing gay canopies
across narrow, tortuous, huddled
streets; but behold; broad avenues
three miles long, crossed, by other
broad avenues three miles long, mak making
ing making squares as regular as those of a
checkerboard.
The visitor wonders whether the
builders of this city saw in prophetic
vision the streets of Chicago, Denver
and Philadelphia. Then he begins to
realize that Peking is the one spacious
Chinese city because it was built by
the adventurous barbarians of the
north, men who lived in the saddle,
upon steppes and plains, whose feet
were set in a large room.
Wonder does not stop with the
length, breadth and regularity of the
streets. The'traffic upon them is equal equally
ly equally unexpected. In the cities of south southern
ern southern China, sedan chairs edge their
way with' difficulty through the crowds
of pedestrians and carrying coolies,
who jostle each other in the narrow
lanes. In Peking every street is alive
with beasts and vehicles.
Down the smooth, tree-lined, ma macadam
cadam macadam center roads autos, cabs, rick rickshaws
shaws rickshaws and bicycles speed past slow slow-moving
moving slow-moving catafalques and crimson wed wedding
ding wedding processions. On each side, be between
tween between sidewalk and' trees, aldng a
highway of turf, go mule-mounted
equestrians, soldiers on sturdy Man Man-churian
churian Man-churian ponies, triplets of donkeys
hauling lumber, brick, coal and crock

ery, portly old gentlemen straddling
diminutive asses,, blue-canopied, Peking
carts, and caravans of camels out of
the north.
Queer Carts and Animals.
Almost as fascinating as the camels
are the cartstof Peking, or rather the
little beasts which pull them ponies,
donkeys, mules and jiondescript, elu elusive
sive elusive creatures that are neither horse,
mule, nor ass, but subtle, indistin indistinguishable
guishable indistinguishable mixtures. On first sight one
is" sure theyare horses, onj the second
he is sure they are mules, on the third
he .is equally sure they are zebras
with the stripes worn off. One his historian
torian historian -of China spealvs of the ancient
Tatars as possessing .horses, asses,
mules, and "other peculiar breeds of

the equine family." These ancient
other breeds still trot about the Tatar'
city.
If streets and traffic, carts and

camels are unexpected, no less so are
tho buildings. The traveler who has
seen pictures of the majestic temples
and palaces of Peking enters the im imposing
posing imposing South Gate prepared for archi architectural
tectural architectural raptures. But he finds the
broad, straight highways of the city
lined with insignificant one-story
shops or wiLh equally Insignificant
gray, windowless, one-story house
walls, or long, unlovely, stretches of
dull-red plastered fence walls.
As soon, however, as the traveler en enters
ters enters a gateway, through one of the
gray or dingy brick-red- walls, he
comes suddenly and unexpectedly up upon
on upon a palace, silent in the sun, yet
shouting aloud in the barbaric bril brilliance
liance brilliance of its color crimson columns,
friezes of flashing gold on green, wlde wlde-tlaring
tlaring wlde-tlaring roofs of resplendent yellow,

Peking.

Unexpected in Architecture,

Indeed, the unexpeted is the es essence
sence essence of Chinese architecture. One
can never get a complete view of a
temple or a yamen unless Hhere be

some adjacent hill or tower or city ; 8
wall from which to view It. ;g
On level ground only the outer wall jj
and the entrance are seen, and when
these are passed one sees only the p
first court, with its more elaborate S
entrance to the second ; and so on g
through three, four, five, six, it may be
seven courtyards, each complete in j
itself, each with a central building, g
through which one passes to the court H

beyond, each building larger, higher,
or more decorative than the last, each
breaking upon the beholder with u
fresh surprise.
This is especially true of the im imperial
perial imperial palace, which is perhaps the
most effectively arranged group of
buildings in all China. Gateway
after gateway, each gate a palace in
itself, pillared, roofed and buttressed,
leads into a wide-lying courtyard
whose placid expanse dwarfs an

cient trees around Its euees Into seem--

lng shrubs.
Each court is a unit of grandeur
and magnificence in itself, and at the
same time an integral member of a se series
ries series leading up to the marble-ter

raced courtyard of the great
hall.

Although the imperial palace is. the j

! finest architectural ensemble in the
- . .j. i

capital, it is in the Temple of Heaven, (
or, as the Chinese call it, "Thaj
Happy Year Hall," where the em- j
peror used to offer annual suppiica-1

tion to Heaven for a prosierous new j jj
year, that we find a single building's

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 hereand a paint
jib done now will stay a year.
Ering your car to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
them.
SPENCER PEDRICK

MOTOR CO.

BEST. BT .TEST

The Economy BMUBIG POWEBEES

Never varies. The can you buy to-day
holds the same quality and leavening
strength as the first can that was
made thirty-five years ago. In every
can the last spoonful is as good as
the first
There is no substitute for Calumet nothing
"just as good." Its sale is 2 times as
much as that of any other brand.
A pound can of Calumet contains full
16 ounces. Some baking powders come
in 12 ounce instead of 16 ounce cans.
Be sure you get a pound when you
want it,

PHONE 8

The more our customers see of our
methods of handling fresh jneats,Nthe
better we like it. Come to see us.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf

THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER

President Harding says that the
world owes much to bankers; which
is no doubt true, but he needn't rub
il in'. Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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

Fair, dates-

-Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.

The concert of nations will be
more harmonious when England and
France decide which is to play second
fiddle. Greeley Tribune-Republican.
Machine hemstitching; artistic1
handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.
Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala.
Phone 409. 15-tf.

Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec 1st

throne

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Haw Yoe Ewer Seen a Turkey Box?

Chi-

in whirh the simple dignity of
nese architecture is at its best.

The Happy Year Hall.
This is perhaps the most frequently

l pictured of all Chinese buildings.

Every Chinese photographer displays 1
it in his window; every vender ot
post-cards features it ; every book on ',
China reproduces it ; it Is probably
the one view of things Chinese wlTtch ;
every westerner who knows anything j
at all about China has seen. Yet there
are few buildings which most pictures
fail so pitifully to portray. I
In the' usual .print or photograph it

German wedding cake. In reality it is :

strong and gracious and mighty, and ;

when the visitor comes into its pres presence
ence presence he comes Into the presence of
a great peace.
There it stands on a vast -platform,
Its base above the tree-tops -Above
the platform is a threefold marble ter terrace,
race, terrace, white and circular; then red
columns, green-gold friezes, and three
fine, flaring circular roofs, with
shadows and mystery under the eaves,
and the roof tiles not crying-yellow,
like those of the imperial palace, but
deep, deep blue.
But it is just in this, Its chief mas masterpiece,
terpiece, masterpiece, that Chinese architecture. In
its Insistence on the unexpected, has
gone farthest astray. The temple Is
in the midst of a huge park ; acres of
'awn and dense groves of ancient
evergreen surround it;. there is every
condition conducive to the most ef effective
fective effective use of distance and vista; yet
the temple approaches are so clouded
and cluttered with cheap, tawdry, de decadent
cadent decadent gateways that nothing of the
temple is seen until one actuaMy
stumbles upon it through the last
gate.
Another of the unexpected treas treasures
ures treasures of Peking is the tiracon screen.
It is barely mentioned m some of the
guidebooks, and not mentioned at all
Jn others. It is hidden behind a

all above a triple-terraced platform of; hillock in the winter palace crounds,
marble, vvhite like snow. Or it may j and nine-tenths of the visitors to Fe Fe-be
be Fe-be a many-courted temple, where a king walk within a hundred yards of
hundred llamas drone chants before an J it and never dream of its existence,
inscrutable Buddha; or a wooded It is a wall perhaps 2 feet bish
park, where emperors once took their i and a hundred long, faced complete complete-pleasure,
pleasure, complete-pleasure, where century -old cedars! ly with tile, cast to represent nine

shade- pathways and pleasant lakes.' life-size dragons in bas-relief, of va-

Shrines nestle in mulberry groves and

No not in a prize fight that 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 ONE
i-irkey, 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
t ot 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. N

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hillocks are crowned by Buddhist topes,
from whose marble bases one looks
our' over the roofs of the city miles
and miles, it seems, of gray roofs
p.nd in the center of all a great splotch

of imperial ytllow, the once "forbid

den city," where dwelt tiie emperor,
his sons and his daughters, his wives
and his concubines.

rious colors yellow, purple, maroon,
orange daneinjr gayly above., emerald
billows, against a. pale-blue sky.
Doubtless, one should not speak
of, ''life-size'- dragons; but these
creatures of the screen are the alivest
dragons one may ever ope to see:
they give rise to the feeling that tf
a draeon lived he would be exactly
like, ne of these.

Will 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 ONE glass of jelly, put it in a nice safe little box and
send it, a TURKEY BOX may mean just that, or it may mean a whole DRY GOODS BOX or BARREL
of eats. All we ask is that your family will send SOMETHING, whatever that something may be.
.
BY THE WAY it wouldn't be a bad idea if you packed your goodies with SOME CHILDREN'S
CLOTHES shoes, ties, ribbons, sweaters, Tce'rchiefs, etc. AH 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
&U gladly HELP if YOU will only START it. 1
i
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 seiW YOUR TURKEY BOX to our West
Florida Receiving Home. Seventh Avenue and Jordan Street, Pensacola, Fla.,
It. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer.
JUDGE W. n. BAKER, President.
. MARCUS C. FAGG, (Daddy FaSg),State SupU
There can be no finer way to show YOUR gratitude for YOUR OWN
blessings thaa 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 beun. BE SURE TO GET YOUR TURKEY
BOX OFF TO US IN PLENTY OF TIME -BETTER START IT NOW WHILE
YOU'RE IN THE NOT t ON.



BIGHT

OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1922

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

CRATES under this heading are u
19 w: Maximum of six lines one time
ase; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $1.00. All accounts payable ta
aTuee except to those who hare reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.

POR SALE OR RENT Chevrolet
one-ton worm-drive truck. Ocala
Motor Co., phone 71- 22-3t

IOST Female pup three months old,
liver and white. Answers to name of
Fannie. Return to Ray & Thomson
office. 21-3t

TOR RENT Nice-little cottage on
East Fori King avenue, four rooms,
Jiatt and bath; city lights and water.
Nice place for children. Apply to
Mrs. T. M. McLean. Phone 220. P.
O. Box 85. 21-6t

FOR SALE Brand new Remington

pump action rifle with saddle hoi

ster, $35 cash (worth $50; also

Uolt s frontier model revolver in

splendid condition, not a speck in
; barrel, $30 cash. Address X. Y. Z.,

care Star. 21-2t

FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, nicely furnished, two
blocks east of court house. Apply

239 Oklawaha. Phone 507. 21-6t

FOR SALE OR RENT Large two

story concrete building on south
' side of South Fifth street, 'west.
Apply to Mrs. Zora D. Mclver, Ir Irvine,
vine, Irvine, Fla. 20-10t

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society

items for the Star, phone fire-one.

Miss Rae Denof Umatilla is th
guest of her sister, Mrs. S. Bland

Ware.

Miss Rosalie Isaac of Jacksonville
is in the city, the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Joseph Malever.
The city street force is scarifying
and rolling Exposition street in prep preparation
aration preparation for the fair traffic.

LITTLE ROBERT FLANDERS

ENGINE HIT AUTO

Britt Sanders and W. J. Hogan Had
a Narrow Escape from Death
This Morning

Delicious fruit cake.
Phone 278.

Orders taken.
21-6t

Superintendent of Schools Shealy
has been out of the city for several
days, visiting the county schools.
Tax Assessor Colbert left this
morning to attend the state conven convention
tion convention of tax assessors in Jacksonville.

Mrs. H. E. Sands and baby, who
have been spending the past two
weeks with relatives in Lumpkin, Ga.,
returned home yesterday.

Delicious fruit cake.
Phone 278.

Orders taken.
21-6t

On Thursday morning, Aug. 24,
just after the sun had risen in all of
its splendor, the beautiful young life
of Robert McAteer Flanders, the
four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. G.
C. Flanders of Wesley, Ga., came to
a close and the white-winged mes-
senger from the eternal city of God
wafted his spirit to the one who gave
it. Little Robert was born on the
fourth day of July, 1918, iri Savannah,

Ga., and his short stay on earth tnrown to the ground and rolled

This morning about ten o'clock the
A. C. L. yard engine, piloted by En Engineer
gineer Engineer McPherson backed into a
Ford truck on the North Magnolia
crossing back of Mrs. BeatM's store.
Messrs. B. H. Sanders ands W. J.

iiogan were in tne truck and were

brought joy and sunshine to all about
him. His little mind was very bright

over and over before they were clear!

;Oi the backing engine. Mr. Sanders

OUR PHONES
243 and 174

CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and .TEAS

ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
: YOURS FOR SEhVICE
CuOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

IX3ST OR STOLEN One red hound
bitch puppy, 10 months old; named
Fannie; lean to slender built; has
mange scar on one side of ribs.
Reward. See Spain, at Pacetti's
store, R. R. and Pine St. 20-3t

FOR SALE One 1919 Buick Six
Touring car. Price $450. Terms
if desired. This car has just been
overhauled and painted, has new
top and license for hire goes with
car. See L. E. Cordrey, 20. East
Henry street or phone 434. 11-17-tf

PRINTING YouH probably want
some special printing for the fair.
Call phone 51 and let us get it out
for you before the rush begins. We
have splendid facilities for getting
out large type posters and placards.
Let us show you. Star Job Office.

FOR SALE Fresh milk cow fresh
last Saturday. She's worth the
money asked. See her at 21 W. Ft.

"King Ave. D. N. Mathews, phone

368. ll-20-6t

FOR RENT Furnished rooms. light light-housekeeping
housekeeping light-housekeeping arrangements if de desired.
sired. desired. 703 E. Pond St. 18-6t

FOR SALE Very fine cabbage and
' onion plants; mail orders. Mrs. T.

M. McLean, Box 85. Phone 220. 6t

ROOMS Three rooms for rent, fur

nished or unfurnished, for light
housekeeping. Apply to J. C. Boat-

right, 926 S. Lime St. 15-6t

Little Miss Betty Harris, the dainty

daughter of Mr. T. H. Harris, has
gone to Lakeland to visit her grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Gross.

.
Rev. and Mrs. Harrison Black and

little daughter arrived in Ocala yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for a visit with Mrs.
Black's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
Martin.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Craber and chil

dren of Tidewater, are in the city to

day, on a shopping expedition. Mr.
Craber is connected with the big cy

press milling industry at Tidewater.

The ladies of the Altar Guild of
Grace Episcopal church will hold a
cake and candy sale on the Ocala
House porch Saturday, Dec. 16. 21-3t
i
The many friends of Judge D. S.
Williams will be glad to. hear that he
is resting easier and his physicians
hope for his continued improvement.
The judge was taken to the hospital
Friday.

and his body seemed to De in penecx ; : b bruised uc and has several

health until four days before his wounds while Mr. Sanders i
death. But God, wanting a beautiful ; also badly shaten up but. neither of
flower to adorn and beauty his throne, j the men is thought to be seriously in in-took
took in-took him. His remains were laid to I jured. Both are at the hospital and
rest in the Poplar Springs cemetery, jare restmg quietly. The truck was
Adrian, Ga., amid a concourse of sor- about to cross the track when th

rowing relatives and the mass of j engine struck it. A car of coal ob ob-beautiful
beautiful ob-beautiful flowers placed, thereon by struct ed Mr. Sanders' view so that
loving hands, our thoughts were turn- j that he was unable to see the engine
ed heavenward, and with our mind's packing towards him. The tender of
eye we could see his-tender spirit in ,the engine struck the truck and rolled
the presence of God, white-robed and j, over anj ove- for 165 feet wnr.

glory-crowned, waving his palm of the engine was brought to a sto'p. The j

victory and oecKonmg us xo come. ; truck now consists of bits of wood,
His uncle,. M. Flanders, 'metal and rubber scattered for the
Mrs. Sanders was before her mar- ; entire 165 feet with a mass of torn
riage Miss Maude McAteer of Ocala ; and twisted steel where the engine

and her friends will deeply sympa-,was brought to a stop

thize with her.

CARD OF THANKS

There will be a meeting of the pres-
i t

ent Doaro oi county commissioners, i wicl, v,t,v v?H tnonA

the newly elected members of the in- who helped us in our saddest hour
coming board, and the board of bond (Tvhen we lost our darling baby, John,
trustees at the courthouse at ten The tender sympathy and kind assist assist-e'clock
e'clock assist-e'clock tomorrow (Wednesday) morn-ance and beautiful flowers comforted
ing. Reports will be submitted show- our sa(j hearts more than we can ex ex-ing
ing ex-ing the progress of work on the Dixie Dress. We nrav God's richest bless-

UTMBILE STORAGE'

Large Fire Proof Building

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Cars Washed and Polished

PHONE 291

Florida Auto Supply Company

311-320 N. MAIN STREET

Highway. As there have been reports
in circulation to the effect that this
work is being carried on in an unsat unsatisfactory
isfactory unsatisfactory manner, it is the duty of
those who have been making these re reports
ports reports to be on hand and get correct
information before disseminating any
further pessimistic propaganda. As
a matter of fact,' over 70 per cent of
these funds are still in the treasury.

Mr. F. L. Jones has gone to Calla han,
where on "Wednesday evening at

ings on you all.
Mr. and Mrs.

G. T. Condrey.

Kiss clinics for marriagable girls,
tJ solve America's divorce problem,
are advocated by a noted Parisian
stage beauty who is visiting Chicago.
"A woman's whole heart should be
put into every kiss she gives her hus husband"
band" husband" she declared. "A kissable wo woman
man woman will keep any normal man an anchored
chored anchored at home. Too many wives think
they can hold their husbands through

The parlograph, just invented by a
German, may be discribed as a dicta-:
phone and telephone combined. Sit Sitting
ting Sitting at your desk you can, by using
this instrument,; do business with any
person located elsewhere. The para paragraph,
graph, paragraph, after being connected with
your telephone, gives a permanent re record
cord record of what is said and done, by both
parties to the transaction.

"NOTICE

A blue-winged teal, banded on Lake
Scrugog, Canada, 16 miles from Lake
Ontario, was found inTrinidad, 3,000
miles away, two months and seven
days later.

six o'clock at the Methodist church, their stomachs Scientific love is more ioo i

Mr. J. L. Smith, who for the past
six months has been living on his
farm west of town, has moved back
to Ocala and is now occupying his
cottage on East Third street near the
primary school.

WANTED Colored woman to sell

guaranteed hair softener and
straightener to .colored epople. Ex

perience unnecessary; $50 a week.;

for full time; $1.00 an, hour spare
time. The Hair Style Co., 6037
Woowlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 16-7t

FOR RENT A six-room house, cor corner
ner corner Tuscawilla and East Second St.
D. Niel Ferguson. 18-6t

The friends of Miss Hannay Ellis
are looking forward with pleasure to
her stay in Ocala with her mother,
sister and brother during the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays. Miss Ellis is in Telfair
hospital, Savannah, and expects to
arrive in Ocala about, the middle of
December.

TOR SALE 1917 7-passenger Hud Hudson
son Hudson six; 1920 Maxwell touring;
1917 Ford touring; 1921 Ford tour touring;
ing; touring; 1918 Dodge touring; 1921 Ford
roadster; 1923 Ford touring. All
bargains. Apply to O'Neal & Holly
Motor Co., S. Magnolia. 18-6t

FOR RENT Furnished nouse with
all modem conveniences. Call C.
V. Roberts or phone 350 or 305. tf

FOR SALE OR TRADE 1921 Buick
Six Touring. Terms if desired. See
Blalock Bros. tf

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

. Mrs. R. G. Blake has issued invita invitations
tions invitations for a reception to be given at
her home on East Fourth street Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon, from three to five
o'clock, complimenting her daughter,
Mrs. C. W. Effinger of West Palm
Beach, and her two visitors, Mrs.
Earl Dunkin and Mrs. I. C. Mount.

Mrs. Effinger and her guests are ex

pected to arrive in Ocala Sunday.

he will be wedded to Miss Georgia

Elizabeth Wells of that place. After
the ceremony they will leave on their
wedding trip down the East Coast as
far south as Miami. On their return
they will be at home to their friends
at the residence of Mrs. Robert Marsh
on East Broadway. Mr. Jones is con connected
nected connected with the Atlantic Coast Line
freight office, is well liked and his
friends extend to him their best
wishes for his future happiness.

praticable than domestic science.

Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.

Montreal's bachelor

,000 a year, was

tax, yielding
voted down.

The vote stood 23 to 8 in support of
an appeal to the provincial legislature
t repeal the law.

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Frank W. Kells, Complainant, vs..
Richard R. Hice, et al.t Defend-
ants.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants defendants-herein
herein defendants-herein named, 'to-wit: Richard R.
Hjpe, Mae K. Hice and Eula Kells, be
and they are hereby required to ap appear
pear appear to the bill of complaint filed in.
this cause on or before
Monday, the 22nd day of December,
1922.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star,a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 21st day of November, 1922.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County
Fla. By R. K. Batts, D. C.
H. M. Hampton and F. R. Hocker,
Complainant's Solicitors. 21-5-tues

Mr. D. E. Mclver, driving his Cad Cadillac
illac Cadillac touring car and a Chevrolet
sedan driven by a tourist, had a run run-in
in run-in yesterday at the corner of Broad Broadway
way Broadway and South Pine street. The Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet car was badly damaged, an axle
being broken and other broken parts,
but a bent fender was the only dam-,
age done to the Cadillac. None of the
passengers were hurt.

TUD

"Quality in a Smali;Car"

A

Mrs. W. A. Wilds accompanied by

her brother, Mr. Robert Hood, of

Charlotte, N. C, returned to Ocala
Sunday night from Archer, where
they were called on accoount of. the
sudden deat hof their father, Mr. W.
T. Hood. Mr. Robert Hood left this
morning for a short stay in Archer,
before returning to his home in North
Carolina.

WANTED Two or three roomers,
with or without board. Rates reas reasonable.
onable. reasonable. Phohe 543. Mrs. Geo. F.
Young, 512 E. 8th street, opposite
Tigh school building. 16-t

The membesr of the 'B. and P. W.
Club met last night at their club
rooms to make final arrangements for
the supper which they will give on
Thursday night. Those who attended
the supper in the summer are antici anticipating
pating anticipating a treat in the culinary line.
Turkey with everything that goes

with it will be served and a musical
program will add much to the eve-;
ning's entertainment. x

Mrs. Anna H. Schneider of Plant
City, grand matron of the O. E. S. of
Florida, has recently been further
honored by being appointed as most
worthy grand marschal of the Gen General
eral General Grand Chapter of the World.
Florida Eastern Stars feel highly
complimented at having had two most
worthy grand officers in the Grand
Chapter of the World, Mrs. Cora R.
Franz being the other officer.
The Rotary Club had as its guests
at today's luncheon Mr. W. E. Clark
of Mt. Vernon, N. Y., Mr. E. L. Wart Wart-mann
mann Wart-mann of Citra and Mr. Como D. Mas Mas-sey
sey Mas-sey of Ocala. The latter has declared

his intention of making Ocala his
home again, after an absence of years
in the north. '.

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood enter entertained
tained entertained today Mr. and Mrs! Richard
Howard- and Mrs. Joseph, Mr. How Howard's
ard's Howard's sister. They spent the day in
Ocala en route from Miami to their
home in Columbus, Ga. i

FOR RENT Part of my farm, 40 to

. r 6- Ocala, daughter of Mr. and Mrs

, TT i! Wilson, was elected one of

rent pr ware ciup. o luta ouu iuuio

furnished. Free of stumps. Call on
or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf

An office manager of a large cor corporation
poration corporation uses a method all his own
for discovering to what mental type
applicants for positions of stenogra

pher belong. He strews the anteroom
with the latest copies of magazines

ranging from Zippy Tales and Cine-

At a recent try-out for new mem members
bers members Miss Mattie Lou Wilson of

Sam
-the

Mrs. Andrew Turner, who has been

in Ocala since Saturday, left this aft

iernoon for her home in Dunnellon.

Mrs. Turner has spent the summer
with friends and relatives in South

Carolina and is returning home.

Mrs. L. M. Murray and Miss Mary

McDowell, who are in charge of the
i Red Cross booth at the Court Pharm Pharmacy
acy Pharmacy corner today, have enrolled seven

ty-six names.

1922-23 additions to the LaGrange,
Ga., College Dramatic Club. Miss
Wilson has on previous occasions
shown marked dramatic ahilifrc and

her friends are anticinati seeine- Mr. George M. Leaning of Eastlake

her in many delightful roles during ; sPent todav in 0cala attending to

th TTPnr. Miss Ti'la FH-l-o tlta Kr.- DUSinesS.

A muskrat was the cause of Stev-

tor of the expression department and
the dramatic club at LaGrange, is

planning to begin work soon on the enville, Ontario, going without elec

annual play which will be given in tricity for three days. Workmen

ma Scandals to the more staid and the spring. During the year smaller searching for the trouble dug down

worth-while publications. Ofttimes plays will be given and the annual to the underground cable and found
while waiting, the applicants pick up 'play is always an especial source of that muskrat had chewed to get the
the periodical interesting him or her j much pleasure and entertainment for beeswax inside the insulation and had
most. 1 the students and the town people. been shocked to death.

Announcement
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 i dem demonstration.
onstration. demonstration. O'NEAL-HOLLY MOTOR COMPANY

PHONE 516

Opposite Rest Room

OCALA, FLORIDA



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