The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST Generally cloudy tonight and Thursday; no change in temperature.
TEMPERATURES This Morning, 60; This Afternoon, 72
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:59; Seta, 5:28








,11011 WILL





Loosened Up a Little

At 7:30 Tuesday night only three

members of the city council and Man

ager Brumby were present at the
prninril phamber. but the other coun-

Commissioners Heard This Morning Report of Bond Trustees cilment the city attorney and Mayor

And Plans Ol Engineer Peek came in later and participated

in most of the evening's proceedings.

After the reading of the minutes of

the preceding meeting Mr. Martin
looked over the audience chamber and
discovered Mr. Baxter Carn and Mr.
T. S. Trantham present. With fear

Taxpayers Helped the Schools Some-J and trembling Mr. Martin asked these

what More Extensively I gentlemen if they had any compli-

Tuesday I ments or complaints' to present to the

council and was greatly relieed to

School deficit last report. .$20,285.71 J hear them deny any such intention.
Collections since last report 2,392.80 Both gentlemen stated that their

unusual presence in the council cham-

Deficit now $18,892.80 Jber was to hear what Oklawaha ave-

See the result of Monday and Tues- J f PT
I Mr. Martin told them that he .was

day. Won't you help make the next I, he couldnt m their curios.
day equally as good? jtv right then but that Oklawaha was

not completed until after the first of

A special meeting of the board of
county commissioners was held this
forenoon to receive the report of the
board of bond trustees, and plan for
road work to be done in the near fu future.
ture. future. Mr. J. H. Taylor and Dr. J. G. Bas Bas-kin
kin Bas-kin made the report of the bond trus trustees,
tees, trustees, which report was audited during
the past week by a representative of
the state comptroller's office. This
report shows that there has been ex expended
pended expended from this fund up to October
On south end:
For contractors $100,290.36
For culverts and supplies. 14,371.14

Total $114,661.50
On north end:
Miscellaneous supplies . .$ 5,564.81
On road No. 5:
Expense convening engi-
neers 19.25

Total expenditures $0,245.56
Showing that there is now in the
hands of the bond trustees a balance
of $386,417.48 of the net total of
$506,663.04 received for the bonds.
Besides the members of the board
of commissioners and bond trustees
present at the meeting were Commissioners-elect
Douglas, Hopkins and
Mills, Engineer Walker and Conty
Attorney Martin, and some dozen or
so other citizens, including Mr. C. G.
Rose, representing the American Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile Association and Secretary
Louis H. Chazal of the Marion Coun County
ty County Chamber of Commerce.
In the matter of construction of
road No. 5, the one from Romeo to
' DunnellonLt was decided to send a
committee to discuss with the state

road commissioners the feasibility of
allowing the county to do the grading

and let the state furnish the surfac surfacing
ing surfacing rock. This proposition seemed

getting together in their work is an November and it would be after the
indication that Marion county is go- first of December before all the bills
ing to get more for her road money came in and the exact cost could be
in the future than she has in the past, determined. This seemed to satisfy

the visitors for they' left the council



The first regular meeting of the
Marion County Educational Associa Association
tion Association for the year 1922-23 was held
Saturday, Nov. 18th, at Anthony in
the new school building. Mr. H. G.

Shealy, the chairman, presided. The

n : v-i-, A W I

gram of the day:
Community singing led by Prof. J
E. Willett.
Invocation, Rev. A. Mann.
Welcome, Mrs. Fielding.
Response, Prof. H. P. Chambers.

The business session followed. The

minutes of the last meeting and the flV(Hi The' council aereed that

i I

treasurer s report were reaa ana ap- should be done and reauested the

. sr I

proved. .Nominations ior omcers oi -t attornev t0 i0Qk up the sidewalk

the association for the year 1922-23 ordinance and see if this street had

were then m order and the following i f Qi-oa,i Wn .nrlnded in one of

room a few minutes later.

Under the head of written commu

nications a letter was read from the
civic committee of the Woman's Club,

stating that the ladies had expended
$45 in beautifying the l6ts at the foot
o5 N. Main street and that they want wanted
ed wanted their money back since the city had

seen fit to sell this property to pri-

ies. The council started to

discuss this matter but suddenly de decided
cided decided to make it unanimous and upon

roll call all members voted to return

the $45 to the Woman's Club.

Mayor Peek read a letter from the

Woman's Club requesting that the
sidewalks from Oklawaha avenue to

the club house on N. Tuscawilla street

ka m Iitia ml 4-r Vta infawiefo f

all concerned, as there is a demand I c

m m r- 4 "W T-l TTfl

were elected: resident, j. .. wii

lett; vice president, Frank B. Lind-

Mrs. Iva

all. over the state for more convict
labor than can be supplied, for road
work, and the state now contrals
large rock deposits less than fifty
miles from the proposed road" being
worked by convicts.
The delegation was also instructed
to consult with the road commission

in regard to the letting of a contract
for putting rock surface on five
miles of the north end of the Dixie
Highway, from the Alachua county

line south.

Mr. Walker addressed the meeting
and told of the tentative plans he had

in mind for the road work in the

county. He said he proposed divid
ing the county into districts regard

the paving programs. If the ordi

nance includes this street, property,
owners are to be given notice to pave

same at once, and if it has not an ord ordinance
inance ordinance is to be drafted to cover this
deficiency. At the same time several

other gaps in the sidewalks of the





Of the Public Defeats Justice In St. Turks Expect to Regain All The Eu-

Johns County, as In Many ropean Territory They Lost

Others I During the Great War



Told An Immense Audience in New
York That Germany is Planning
For Another World War

St. Augustine, Nov. 22. (By the I Lausanne, Nov. 22. (Associated j New York, Nov. 22. (Associated

Associated Press). Judge Gibbs this I Press). The Lausanne conference Press). Georges Clemenceaa today

morning dismissed the grand jury of I having organized for work is now I prepared to rest after having deliver-

St. John scounty which has been in I ready to take up its task of restoring I ed his first address in the United
session ten days investigating the I peace in the Near East. The effort of I States, warning Americans -that Ger-

operation of prohibition aws in the Ismet Pasha and the Turkish delega- man militarists were preparing for
county after they had charged "gross tion for open sessions and complete another war. Although he spoke
violations" and laxity of enforcement, publicity for all conference programs feverently for nearly an hour and a

The jury today brought in three in-1 has bean overruled and announce-1 half the "Tiger" showed little fatigue.

dictments alleging violations, and said I ments will be limited to formal com-

the chief obstacle to enforcement was J m uniques.

indifference or passive interest in the I . nnnrn 1Txr New York, Nov, 22. (Associated

law by the public." Press), The police escort assigned to

The question of the disposition of J Georges Clemenceau during his stay

SHIPPING BILL GIVEN western Thrace came before the pow- in this city was doubled this after-

THE RIGHT OF WAYlers today when Ismet Pasha present- noon when the "Tiger" received a let-

ed to the commission on military and ter threatening his life signed "World

Steam Roller Tactics May Be Tried territorial matters Turke3 claun to War Veteran."
I A A 1 A -- I

an tne territory emDracea wiuun neri

frontiers of 1913. Venizelos for LESTER LUCAS WILL BE
1 1 A 1 1 ? I

ureece lmmeaiateiy opposea me ciaun OCALA'S NEXT POSTMASTER

and was sunDorted bv the Jucro-Slavs

Washington, Nov. 22. (Associated flnd Rumanians, who favored main-


By Republicans On Opponents
Of Subsidy

TTT 1.: L XT 00 A :.-.i

Pr .-By a straight party vote the the Marit.a river as the west- -JSS? r"".

jl n 1 -m I

ern oounaary 01 lurKey m JCiUrope.

House rules committee brought in a

resolution today giving the adminis-

tration shipping bill the right of way I q4ITSKILL SPEAKS UP

in me nouse wiui me provision ior
unlimited amendment and final vote
on its passage Nov. 29th.

nated by President Harding to be
postmaster at Clearwater and Albert

L Lucas at Ocala.


Mrs. Felton's Day Is Over

The first woman senator, Mrs.



Manila, Nov. 22. (By Associated


The question of inviting the Flor

ida Educational Association to Ocala

for the 1923 session was discussed

A motion was made by Mr. Lindsay Lity were mentioned and all will be

ancu carnea, proviamg ior a commit- investiffatd and eliminated at

tee LU invesugaic itvauauic uuusiug Uoflv date

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and auditorium room in ucaia and 11 a lottpy. wna -re fmm th. Enuita-

... 1

conditions were favorable, to enter hl Fr-5lrht Adiustment Bureau re

into correspondence with other coun- auestinff some additional information

ties to try to bring tne association to in the matter of seCurine returns of

Ocala. Nineteen teachers signified tax id by the city- Mn Brum

their intention of going to St. Peters- by was requested o send this infor

uurg ior uie seasiun. Imation


Ocala was decided upon as a meet- Mr Goldman introduced an ordi

ing place for the Marion County As- nance provjdinf, for the paving of N,

sociation in December. Maoniia ctroot fmm th north

Mr. W. A. Little, the principal koundarv of the Kendrick road to the

1 it. 1 At "A I

speaKer 01 me aay, was men iniru- northern city limits, said paving to

rf Ttrcrl n ithA IV1 I .lttla hoc eruiiir I m 1 m v al-.

district lines, which would mean the 7" 1. "f consist 01 a tnree-ioot oncK gur
- .- most of his very active life as a d a siv.inph lime base rolled with

teacher in Georgia, his reputation fork ten-ton roller and treated with two

royal, Christian service has followed coats of Tarvia. Mr. Pedrick asked

him to his new post in the teacher's the manager many questions about

college, university 01 rionaa. xiis the idea of nuttine brick eutters on

splendid talk on "ihe bpint of the the Tarvia streets, and when the dis

Teacher," tame from the store-house cussion was over the entire council

of his own intimate experience. Dur- seemed to think it was a good idea
ai a n ir. t :ja1. I

r 1 1 r 1 nu ill T-zt-A 11 niu 1 u 1 iv r- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 -1

poses to have the work eoiner on alH DlliS were oruereu Paiu uf""
year round instead of spasmodically, !fke? 3 audience .to ake him approval by the proper authority. The
I4n. -fz-vl I vrxn cw ovtv.iTifinn rl'H roi" I t 1 ll a 3 1

thus reducm? to a minimum the over. ."""" council approvea a Din presenieu uy

. I son who can anrwer in the affirmative

neaa costs, sucn as moving tne roaai. .u ..
0 Ita oil T H te nnacrinne Ann r a c i-w him.

u"f' 1 self that he understands to some de-

rf iii.ii in u.i. iici.ctn.iijr juvve (teacher

lve. Mr. waiicer stated that he had I tt. j

x. lias jiuur cuurauuu put yuu

Editor Star: The Ocala Banner of I

Nov. 17th has an article headed,

W. r'That living Wage Nonsense." I

H. Felton of Georgia, closed her sen-1 think the headline is correct the liv- press). President Hardine and Con-

atorial career today after answering ling wage is nonsense but the Banner eress will be petitioned to allow the

once to her name and making a bneiiaoes not give 11 siaes 01 me living Philippine legislature to call a,consti a,consti-address
address a,consti-address amid the applause of sena-wage question. The Banner quotes, Uutional convention to frame an inde-

tors and spectators. I first from theorists on the,, living pendent republic in the Philippine.

n..;'o w-. n.K wage, then it quotes from the eight- Ut. was the result of the adoDtion by

. I hour day; in fact, an advocate of the fva y,nca rt?-r rnnpnmnf

rr a : j: I . ...... rv

AnC .ureii-rtu ucui. uiiuxiB cixi-1 six-nour aay reaiiy tne loaier crowa 1 naaaoA v tht conafj

mission has. been called by Secretary I that wants big pay for little work. 1

of the Treasury Mellon, chairman, to j Let the Banner man go around in hisj PRIVILEGED PRISONER

meet witn tne numaman nnanciai 1 home town and learn how manv of

: v 1. 1 a ..: I.. . .. i

miaaiuu wmcn ims tume lu mis cuun-itne cierxs in tne Dames ana omer dus-i -jhicagtr'-'Nor 22 Edgar Frady
try to discuss arrangements for fund- mess houses get as much as is asked Lj.der inctmet in Miami on the

mg tne .A,uuu,uuu war aeot 01 jot- for as a living wage. And then letl irM.baf

mania to the United States. The Ru- him learn of the profits made by the recovered sufficiently fr6m hire hire-manian
manian hire-manian representatives are under- proprietors in the various business cent operation to be removed tehis

"a,c;clcu vgnmres, ana learn wnere more non- h attending physicians-said5-
hnm1liin 4-1 I.K4 I I

naiiuiiii& ucui.. icy cume xrom w pay more wages.

Increase and Decrease of Employment I As 1 t tne circulation of the Ban

Emnlovment inrreased in twentv- ner Would be seriously curtailed if

nine and decreased in fourteen indus- the armerf would stop their subscrip-

A? A A t At "Vfc

tries in October, compared with Sep- uons ine canner e uanner

temper fin a r)0noH-Tv,0nf 1qK- an. I ooes not seem to consiaer tne lot oi

W. -A f UVW4 VUiVMV 1MWV1 Mil


There was no one in the Red 'Cross

booth this afternoon at the Court

In the same nerind thirtv. the farmer, but takes up the fight for f

r rf i i j v m i i ueeti maue w iisve iue uvuui vvvu. vu-
four of forty-three industries report- coal m and the section hand,

isteiy given tne eupnonious title oi I TT : T v v i

maintenance of way" men, and does ."

ed increased payrolls.

less of the county commissioners'

saving of quite a lot of money in aj

year's work over the present plan of
having each district a separate divis division.
ion. division. His present plans contemplate

placing on the roads of five crews,

under competent supervisors, each i

crew to be under his direct supervis

ion. In this manner he says he pro-

of the coal miner and section hand is doS, n0..d ?
l ii i -. Ocala and vicimtv. so don't foreet

Chicao-o. Nov. 22 Bv Associated ""y Paw oy me iarmer. it is as- .

. , 1 00uJ v, ,. f. ift vuuiurruw wiicu jruu cviue w whu u
xessJ.-Bandits early today held up 8erted .e farmer 7. over 40 Lton v -i am.. Yn

and robbed a postoffice motor truck a! n waj be sure 5iat 4at dollar will go
carrying air mail to the flying field average in the Umted Stat. The nece relie
for transfer to a plane, kidnapped the coal miners wages are passed down
driver and escaped. The driver, who the farmer, in the manufacture of ;
turned up later, said the bandits farm implements, and there is a long should give value received for the
" a m m f 1

dumped him out and escaped with the usl OI Iarm implements. iet me rail- wages he gets. The time may come
truck and 450 pounds of mail mat-1 lose naul of the farmers' when the farmer will hike back to the

proaucts ana mmic wnat enect it days when he provided for his own
would have on the railroads. Think; needs, and he can live comfortably"
fruits, vegetables, live stock, cotton, without producing a great surplus.

wheat and other outgoing products Make an estimate as to where the liv-

of the farm. Then consider for a j ing wage comes from. How much

moment the farmers' incominsr I nrofit does the farmer cret on a bushel

been nearly all over the county and

after completing his rounds will make

definite plans for the work in hand.

The plans suggested by the engi

ness were approved by the board, and
he has been instructed to proceed

with the work on the lines suggested

The superintendents have been in

structed to report to Mr. Walker on

Saturday, after which time they will

be under his direct supervision

The private citizens present asked

Mr. Walker a number of questions

about road work in general, and his

ready response to them all shows that
he has made a study of road building
under all conditions that he will be

required to face in his present posi

tion as county road engineer.
a m, .. 4

Alter tne Donas ot the incoming

sympathy with all good causes?

Has it made you espouse these

causes not all, for a teacher's

work comes first, and time is limit

ed, but the most worthy?

3. Has it made you public spirited?

4. Has it made you a brother to the


5. Have you learned to make friends

and keep them?
Do you know what it is to be a
friend yourself?
Can you look an honest man in the

8. Do you see something you love in

every little child?

9. Will a lonelv doe follow you in the


10. Can you be happy and high-mind-

members of the board of county com- n. Can you haDV alone?

12.' Do you think washing dishes com

missioners were filed and ordered for

warded to Tallahassee for approval,

the meeting adjourned.

Every person present at the meet

ing seemed thoroughly interested in
the proceedings, and the manner in
which the engineer and the board are

patible with golf?

t o a i ...

Are you eivmr tne children m

your care something to remember

in after years? Germany lost

Manager Brumby and Attorney Hock-

er for a "trip to Jacksonville on city


Mr. Brumby's report was read and

approved. It showed three plumbing

inpermjs, one electric wiring permit

and three building permits amounting

on the whole to $6600.

The report showed the trucks of the

sanitary department in good condi

tion, the trash being moved regularly

and the septic tanks working well.

The street sweeper was reported worn

out and unfit for use at aLl- A new

sweeper has been ordered for some

time and should arrive soon.

The fire department reported one

fire and four drills for the month of


The electric light plant showed that

current cost a little over two cents at
the switchboard. A gain of twelve

light and power consumers was made

during the month of October.

Street work is progressing nicely,

All the dirt and semi-lime streets

have been scraped and are in good

shape. The lime streets have been
scraped but the holes have not been

filled because all the output of the

lime quarry is being used in the pav

ing work. Oklawaha avenue is finish

(Continued from Page One)

(Concluded on Page Four


not consider what -part of the wages

been about eighty memberships taken.

ter. The driver was taken in charge

by postal inspectors and closely ques




NEGRO AT PLANT Kxtt freight: fertilizer, farln implements of .wheat or corn, with which to pay

land Other things too numemns to I tnoia vgaaa Ami Tuvar aVuvnt. Kvrnop

Plant City, Nov. 22. Roy Alexan- mention. The farmer pays this waee for the farmer to nay him for

x 1 1 i i

was snot anu -iueu w i ,. Vf u I--,-. v,--- -n i .: j i i.

-.,-, kjj -ivw-o vr. kvu, UV11I I VVC-HUiC B11U lUUg UUU1B.

Yours truly,
S. H. GaitskUL

der, a negro,

- JL A A 1 A 1 A

a street m me negro section eariy to-1can can.t, in and hftt

day by Elmo Lloyd, another negro, tke chances in Morchim- m I

Alexander was shot through the heart and floods and frosts wormJ
1A .. i V i1j

put ran a diock oeiore ne ieu. xAoja knd hugs; goeg through aU of these

R? Tien fha, rlrwV in thft Pn.rH.

is said to be a foimer turnkey for hardships and altho tired from hard Lent tower in London, is wound by
Sheriff IXgan of Polk COUnty. labor from davlie-ht to dark, he Txnrtl.nrl -lerfi. i-otnr The hell of tha

still put in some hours of

LOCKED UP LLOYD I thought and mind worry, dannine

what to plant how to work it, etc

Joliet, 111., Nov. 22. (Associated I real mental labor. The coal

clock was cast in 1858.

Five thousand dollars was paid for

miner a single branch of red apples in Fer-

comes out of the mine after a fewlrell, New Jersey, by a nursery firm.

Press). William Bross Lloyd,

wealthy Chicago radical, was put into I short hours of labor and his mind isA record arid agreement of purchase

prison garb early today. Late last! not on his job until he goes back to have been filed with the county clerk.

night Lloyd was convicted with twen-1 the mine, and it is questionable if he The owner received $1,000 outright

ty others under an Illinois law for J ever thinks of how best to do his job J for the purchase of the apple branch,
radical utterfnces and voluntarily I to aid in lowerincr the cost of his nro- and will receive $4,000 additional in

surrendered at the Joflet penitentiary duct to the consumer. The section installments at the rate of two carts
to begin his sentence of from one to hand will go to his work, long after each for every tree budded from this
five years. the farmer has been in the field, and branch, which is to remain on the

after he gets to his place of work, he tree in the orchard, according to

MRS. BRYAN WAS ANXIOUS I will snend a eood cart of his time ports.

TO RETURN TO MIAMI I rattling his shovel against the rail in

stead of shoveling dirt to his best I A manufacturing company ship-

Havana, Nov. 22. (By Associated ability. And he must quit his job ping its products long distances from

Press). Wm. J. Bryan and Mrs. I while the farmer must put in several the factory by trucK utilizes una

Bryan arrived this morning and left I hours more. Yet the farmer is-asked means of transportation every hour

immediately for their winter home inlto pay these men big wages. Ask the of the day and night by providing a

Miami via Key West. The delicate j Banner to try to look to the interest j sle- ping compartment above the seat
state of Mrs. Bryan's health and her I of the man that produces his food and of the driver. One man sleeps and

anxiety to reach Miami as soon as raiment and not so much to the man I the other drives. The bed is similar

possible caused abandonment of their I that loafs a good part of his time and I to a Pullman berth with windows on

V l.i . l.i f

plans to spend a few days here. iinrows an occasional monxey wrench imree aaaes tp proviue ventilation.

f 1 into the machinery. Truly the "la-Lin this way. practically aU bus for

Don't waste: he is not the best car-(borer is .worthy of his hire," but 1 lodging are eliminated and consider-

penter who makes the most chips. (there is a reverse side. The laborer I able time is saved on the way.


Ocala Evening Star
rakllsbed Kvery Day Rsccpt Sunday by

H. J. BUtlarer, Preatdeat
P. V. UamfMtd, Secretary-Treasurer
J. H. BcBjamla, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla.. poatofflca a
aecond-class matter.
BuiuH Offle FlTe-Oaa
Editorial Ucpartmeai Tw-StTM
Saclctjf iter FlTe-Oa
The Aaaoclated Press la exclusively
entitled for the use tor republication ot
all news dispatches credited to It or not
otherwise credited in this paper and
also the local news published herein.
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dispatches herein are also reserved.
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Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Senator Newberry sent in- his resig resignation
nation resignation about two years too late.
. t
Mayor Frank Pulver of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg arrested himself the other night
for running his auto without lights.

Why not cat glands to give us nine
lives instead of one? Times-Union.
Who wants to live 810 years?

the order appropriate to such a place. I PROTECT THE PUBLIC

In the work he was assisted by sev

eral of Ocala's good women. The re-1 The management of the fair should 1
suit is that the cemetery looks better J note the following sent to the Star J

than it has for years.

St. Johns county carried off the
honors for its agricultural display at
the state fair, and Dade showed up
best m citrus fruits.

by the state hotel inspector: j

The following appeared in the

Florida; Times-Union, Jacksonville, of i
November 8th:

Tallahassee, Nov. 7. In an inter

view with Jerry W. Carter, state' ho- ;
itel commissioner, this morning that

official made known his desire and in in-tentionto
tentionto in-tentionto protect the general public

at state and county fairs) circuses and

carnivals. To this end Mr. Carter has

under the authority granted him by

law adopted and promulgated certain

rules and regulations governing res

taurants, lunch stands and other eat

ing places at such fairs, circuses, car carnivals,
nivals, carnivals, etc. He believes that a proper

I enforcement of these reasonable rules

and regulations will make the public

perfectly safe in patronizing any of
the stands at such places of amuse amusement,
ment, amusement, and emphasizes the fact that

not only is the public in favor of the

adoption and enforcement of the rules,
but that' the concessionaries them

selves are willing and anxious that

the same be made and followed.

'Mr. Carter e'xpects to be present

personally at the State Fair in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville tiis month and will have per-

About three weeks ago, the Star re received
ceived received a letter from Congressman
Clark, asking it to help him find three
Marion county boys to stand exami examination
nation examination next June, the successful : one
to enter the Naval Academy at An Annapolis,
napolis, Annapolis, to learn to be an officer in
Uncle Sam's navy. Judging by Mr.
Clark's letter, that he desired the
boys to be from different parts of the
county, and realizing this would be

the proper course to pursue, the Star
asked the aid of Messrs. L. W. Duval,
L. H. Chazal and C. W. Moremen to

help it make selections, and at Mr,

Duval's suggestion Superintendent

Shealy was added to the list and
given the hardest job, namely, finding

two boys out in the county. The quali

fications were that the candidate

must be between sixteen and twenty
years of age, be either a high school

graduate or the equivalent in educa

tion and have the necessary physical
qualifications. The Ocala candidate

was picked at once, but it was sur

prisingly difficult to find two in the
Ti,,n i e l

tu ,1 7 Z sonal supervi3ion of the enforcement

mi".n. 0f the rules !and

quanncations, out tney

but they were either

too old or naval life had no attractions
for them. The selections, however,
have been made and the names for

warded to Mr. Clark. They are Ralph

II. Cleveland of Ocala, Dewitt Wise

of Dunnellon, and Malcolm Ferguson,
out Fellowship way. The Star hopes

" "1CSC uu"g today are as follows

men win ue carrying a commission

from Uncle Sam and filling the hon

orable place of a guardian of his

country's safety.

regulations' which,

however, will have equal application

to all fairs, circuses and carnivals

held thruout the state It is believed
that the adoption of these regulations

a long step towards the safety of j

the public, and one which will receive

universal commendation.

The rules adopted and promulgated


I Great Reduction 1


i in me eguuawe
N, Of Course.

of the


Ocala, Florida

Fall and Winter Millinery

The boozelappers think the recent
election showed the people to be in
favor of a wet United States, but their
thoughts are the children of their

"If every town in the South," says
the Manufacturers Record, "would
imitate most of the towns in Florida
the South would become noted thruout
the world for the beauty and charm
and cleanliness of its towns."

Tourists coming to Ocala are con constantly
stantly constantly stopping at the former tour tourist
ist tourist camp, which will soon become un unsanitary.
sanitary. unsanitary. Either they should be
warned off, or the city should at least
have the lot kept clean.

'Rules adopted and promulgated by

the Florida State Hotel Commission

for the regulation of all restaurants,

lunch stands and other eating places

conducted at state and county fairs,

Trial in federal court of Jeff Sha- I circuses or carnivals, authorized by

rum and George W. Neville on an in- Section 213, Revised General Statutes
dictment charging use of mails to de- of 1920:
fraud stock investors through a "All restaurants, dining rooms,
scheme they are alleged to have form- lunch rooms, tents, booths and wagons'
ed in Ocala, Fla., was proposed today where meals or lunches are prepared,

U- the federal court term when phy-lkept or served, must have all outside

sicians said Neville was seriously ill I openings thoroly screened with not

at his home in Dunnellon, Fla. Sha-1 less than 16 mesh to the inch screen-

ram and Neville were indicted with ing. All entrances and exits must be
two others last August. The former equipped with screen doors opening to
was arrested in the west and Neville outside only, in such a manner as to
was taken into custody at Dunnellon. exclude flies, roaches, mosquitoes and

The men are charged with having ob- other insects.
tained thousands of dollars from in- "All such places infested with flies,
vestors by conducting fake stock roaches, mosouitoes and all other in-

brokerage offices in various hotels and sects must be thoroly fumigated, dis-
representing themselves as having infected and renovated before being
important advance information on the opened for the accommodation of the
market. The indictment was based public".




If the government of the Irish Free
State is wise, it will set Mrs. Mac Mac-Swiney
Swiney Mac-Swiney outside of its prison. Of
course, the woman is foolish, but most
martyrs are not only foolish but ap appeal
peal appeal to fools, who are sometimes in
large and inconvenient numbers.
The jury in the federal court at
Pensacola brought in a verdict acquit acquitting
ting acquitting ex-Gov. Sidney J. Catts f the
charge of peonage. Only what we ex expected.
pected. expected. But the question is, if he could
not be 'convicted on the evidence
against him, how could any man be

The Star is glad to report that Ev Evergreen
ergreen Evergreen cemetery, where lie -the re remains
mains remains of many of Ocala's pioners, is
being cleaned up and made neat and
f pretty. City Manager Brumby does

' tne star tne compliment by saying

- that it was thru a recent editorial in
the paper that he became .aware of

the untidy condition of Evergreen and

at once set men to work to put it in

"Decayed, contaminated or un

wholesome meats, vegetables, fruits
or other food products shall not be

kept or served in any of the above-

In order to make room for our
large new stock, of Spring ilJf -nery,
we are offering oar up-to-date
stock of Fall and Winter
Hats at the following remarka remarkable
ble remarkable reductions:
. ... . -.
$25.00 Hats for S15.00
20.00 Hats for 12.50
15.00 Hats for 10.00
10.00 Hats for 6.50

ll Come in and, See These Splendid Bargains
W 1171 f. V !. IT m

wnue i our inoice is nere
DeCamp & Weaver :I:

Ocala House Block, Opposite Courthouse


W. K. Lane, M. D," phjsidsn and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose antf

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

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

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

Albert's Plant rood ts 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. A; tne Coon rnarjnacj, tf



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specifically on evidence that Sharum

mailed to tne came ot commerce a

$25,000 draft given him by Herman

Mandelbaumm of New York and

Florida. New York Associated Press! named places.

dispatch. I "All garbage and kitchen refuse

The Star in common with hundreds I must be kept in water-tight metal

of his other friends are sorry to know J cans provided with close-fitting metal

Mr. Neville is in trouble, and hopes he covers and contents must be removed

will be cleared of the charges against I as often as necessary to prevent de de-him.
him. de-him. Marion county people who have I comnosition and overflow. The use

dealt with Mr. Neville for a quarter j of wooden containers is prohibited

of a century have found him honest;! "No waste water, including dish

straight-forward and progressive. I water, shall be discharged on or near

the fair grounds so as to create

We are gratified that the United nuisance.

States Senate has been broad-minded I "All drinks prepared, kept, display

and courteous enough to admit Mrs. led or offered for sale must be kept in

Felton to its membership for a day. I dust-proof containers and thoroly

In so doing, the Senate has not pleas-J protected from flies and other" insects,
ed Mrs. Felton nearly so much as it J All hot plates, stoves and places

has the people of the United States, I where food is prepared, cooked, kept

men as well as women. To be cour- land displayed or offered for sale, must
teous to women is one of the things I be inclosed on all sides with glass or

us men are here for, and since the J other dust-proof material and thoroly

women have gone into politics they protected from flies and other insects.

need the courtesy of men more than I "All candies, preserves, cakes, pies,
ever. lice cream, ices, sherbets, fruit iuiees.

etc.. prepared, displayed and offered

Wonder if the people, when they I for sale, must be kept m glass cases

voted for the eighteenth amendment, I or other dust-proof mclosures and

intended to elect a dictator, of and I thoroly protected from flies and other

for the Senate and House, in the per- insects.

son of Wayne B. Wheeler who, al- All dishes, knives, forks, spoons,
though not a member, just now is tell- cups and glasses in or with which
ing what his organization is going to drinks and foods are kept, prepared

do in the matter or organizing the J r served, must be thoroly sterilized

coming Congress? Times-Union. py submerging for not less than five

And when did the people vote for minutes in boiling water, or a recog

the eighteenth or any other, amend- nized standard sterilizing preparation


Dodge Brothers






ment, if you don't mind felling us?

borne newspaper writers are aw awfully
fully awfully stupid or something; wonder

ing why the Canadian summer resorts
have had such a remarkable season
and entertained so many people from

the U. S. A. Ask the first small boy;

he has proBably heard of Volstead.-


Americans who go to Canada for
their booze are awful chumps.

'ibv 'reie Hanger was Uir. wear wear-Uii;
Uii; wear-Uii; r. .' O lassos, with a Ihnni.ier in
each Hand, lie Worries, he Stews,
he Frets?, he Ci:ni!ams. he Knocks,
he Gossips an. I he Views With Alarm,
hut the O'.il Town wii.ja on just the
Same because No'oody takes his Ad Advice
vice Advice or pays any Attention to the Old

Mack, of quick lunch fame, says a
burnt child dreads the fire. Perhaps
Mack does not know that more heat
is said to take the burn away. Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater Sun.
More than that if kept up long
enough it takes the burned place

The ladies of the Altar Guild of
Giace Episcopal church will hold a
cakeand candy sale on the Ocala
House porch Saturday, Dec. 16. 21-3t

before being used by each succeeding
"The use of cracked dishes or
glasses is prohibited.
sNo person suffering from any
communicable disease shall be em employed
ployed employed in any capacity.
"Each and every abave-mentioned
and described place must be equipped

with a hand disinfectant sprayer and
one flv swatter for each and every
person employed in or connected
therewith.: "Jerry W, Carter,
"State Hotel Commissioner."

Many who, could well afford roan oapeostr can
are shown marked perenc ibr Dod&c
Brothers SeUn.
They find it easy to drive, economical fco mn,
and comparable in beauty and elegance with cars
much higher in price.
In the vast amplitude of Dodge Brothers dosed
body plant, this sedan is constructed with all .the
'atudtouYpreelaloci that marks the wbrk ofbe.
finest custom builders.
Kightmn days arc devoted alone to the 18 rob
bing and vamiabins opcratlpnf which are respon responsible
sible responsible for the tmusaal bi&B? of ftp lustre.
Months of Masoning precede the tae of the fine,
critically Mssctad ash which gSrcs the body its
r"g firm&aaa.
The interior fittiostoo, cboseawiti thcvight thcvight-fulness
fulness thcvight-fulness and rare good taste. The irphcbtery is
covered with gecx&c mohair vchrtt pf : tiagtt tiagtt-lariy
lariy tiagtt-lariy rich and beanrtiful pattern. Tbe feats are
roomy and hsfuricjaa.
Steel disc wheels (with cord tires) barmonaefev
a nxwt cf!scdve way with the new' grace. arid,
. smartness which' Dodgtt Brothers hove recently
brought to the lines of the body.



Phone 348


Let us supply your groceries. Seas Seasonable
onable Seasonable prices and prompt delivery our
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
108. 1-tf

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

Delicious fruit cake.
Phone 278.

Orders taken.


5 1





t Joyful noi unto the Lord. Enter
bis fate with thankggi ring. For
I Lsrd fa pxkL Pea. 100: 1, 4, 5.

If you have any news items for this

department, phone five-one.

I have moved my shoe repair shop
to Goldstreet, east of the Anthony

road. I am better ure Dared than

Mrs. C. W. Hunter and little daugh

ter, Dorothy, are visiting relatives in


Her friend3 are glad to see Mrs. F.
G. B. Weihe, who has been ill, able to

ever before to give yon good service, be up again.

Those in need of mv services will


Fraternal Orders


Ocala 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. 1L
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

please bring in their work and call

for same. H. H. SUMMEBLIN,
11-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer.
Advertise in the Evening Star.

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

Delicious fruit cake.

Phone 278.

Orders taken.

Leave Palatka .. 8:00 A. ftl.
Arrive Ocala 11:45 A. M.
Leave Ocala ...2:00 P. M.
Arrive Palatka ....6:00 P. M.
Ocala leaving point, Ocala House.
Palatka leaving point, James hotel

Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenwood
and Rodman.

1. P. PILLANS, Prop.

Ocala, Phone 527

Ah auto wagon in town yesterday
was labeled "Hope, Faith and Chari Charity,''
ty,'' Charity,'' but unlike the Scriptures it made
Hope the greatest.

Mr. W. M. Parker, of Parker and
Guynn, who has been on the sick list
for a few days, fs up and able to at attend
tend attend to business again.
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.

Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 60c. and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf

(Evening Star Nov. 22, 1902)
Miss Mary Taylor, aged 78 years,
sister of Mr. Wm. T. Taylor, deceased,
died last night at nine o'clock of
bronchitis at the home of Mrs. M. D.
Taylor, after a week's illness. The
funeral took place this afternoon at
four o'clock from the residence, con conducted
ducted conducted by Rev. Howard Dutill, and the

body was laid to rest in the family OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

burial irround. Miss Taylor was a

most estimable Christian lady. She Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

was ereatly loved by all who knew j and Protective Order of Elks, meets

- I il 3 V mmm

her. She was born in Wilson, in. o me secona ana iouna mesaay eve-

and had made her home here with the nings of each month. Visiting breth breth-family
family breth-family for the past thirty years. ren elways welcome. Lodge rooms
Mrs. Norman Kerr, Mrs. D. S. upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

Woodrow's iruest, returned today from I Shop, 113 Main street.

Candlerand expects to leave Tuesday! W. R. Pedrick, E. B.

for Cuba to join her husband. J. P Galloway, Secretary.

George MacKay went to Hernando
today to put the finishing touches on
the Ford & Hiiller phosphate plant

and to turn it over to the owners.

The city cquncil will receive bids on

November 21st, 1922, 7:30 o'clock p.

m. for the lease or rental of the city

market building, now occupied by the

Chero-Cola Bottling Works, occupan

cy given February 20th, 1923.

H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.


Regular conventions of the Ocala

f!hTter No. 1 3 R A M on th f north

ir..i -J" at iv:. Jv 1 1 I

most oi me men on mis juu nave ueeu j ; Q

. i'llUSj Ul STCXJT UtVUUi A H W .111.

A. L. Lucas, H. P.

B. L. Adams, Secretary.

JHHiHiHHt miimimiiiiiilliiHi;

Mr. Byron Layne of Tampa, after baptism

a short visit here with his mother,
Mrs. M. E. Layne and sister, Mrs.

Ethel Allemand, has returned home.

Major Anderson thinned out the

birds a right smart the first two days
of the hunting season, and his friends
at the Layton House and elsewhere

were benefited by his marksmanship.

Fifteen pairs ladies' pumps and

low shoes, sizes 2 to 5; former

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

Income Tax Consultant
Phone 481 Bine
Room 23, Holder Block

Miss Katherine Pyles has been on

the sick list for a coupla days. Her
friends are glad to see her out again
this morning and attending to the
creamery business with her usual energy.

transferred to Albion to work on the

new chemical plant.
Guy Zewadski leaves today to take

up his duties as page in the United MARION-DUNN' MASONIC LODGE

States Senate

Rev. N. B. Plummer returned today I Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, P. & A.

from his ministerial visit to RedlM., meets on the first and third

Level, where Sunday he received Thursday evenings of each month at

fourteen persons into the church by 7:30 o'clock until farther notice.

A. C. Blowers, W. M.

B. L. Adams, Secretary.

Ocala Ten Years Ago

(Evening Star Nov. 22, 1912)

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Duval leave to

day for a year's stay in Kentucky,

Mr. Duval has not been in good health

for some time and it is hoped that a

year's stay on a big blue grass farm

will make him his former self again.

Everybodv in Ocala will miss these Masonic Hall.

eood DeoDle. both Mr. and Mrs. Duval B- Adams, Recorder.

being prominent workers in every

thing that is for the good of the town.

Wednesday morning Mrs. S. R.

Pyles gave a delightful party com

plimenting Mrs. Park Trammell of
Tallahassee, who is the attractive

Machine hemstitching; artistic

handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.

Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala.
Phone 409. 15-tf

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



Mr. J. W. Gardner of the Gardner

Poultry Farm at Summerfield, in informs
forms informs -the. Star that he .will have a

large exhibit at the county fair next

week, and he especially invites any

one interested in fancy stock to see

his pens.

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

The weak and the strong enjoy eat

ing the best fresh meats obtainable.
That's the kind to be found at the

Main Street Market Phone 108. tf

Mr. Homer Potter of Newberry,

who recently purchased the Crescent

Grocery, has rented the place on Al-

varez street recently occupied by Mr.

George Borde and family. Mrs. Pot

ter expects to arrive in Ocala soon to

take possession.



Ocala Commaad-

ery Number 19,

Knights Templar,

meets every tec

ond Friday nigh
in each month a

8 o'clock at the

A. L. Lucas, E. C



You need groceries all the time.

U-SERVE STORES handle only the

best. If any day before Thanksgiving

you buy flO worth of groceries we

will give you a ticket to the FAIR.
Stores will be closed Thanksgiving, tf

Following the lines of least resis

tance is what makes hivers and man

We buy second-hand furniture. Ap

ply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex Exposition
position Exposition street. 10-tf

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

K. of P. hall every second and fourth
Friday evenings of each month at 8

o'clock. Visiting sovereigns am al-

. r in f a fi I

guest oi mis. u. uarney. Alter ways welcorQe

P. W. Whiteside C. C

Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.


driving over the principal streets and
roads leading from town, Mrs. Carney

carried the ladies out to Mrs. Pyles'
home five miles from town where a

most tempting lunch was served.

Albert Anson Graham has left his Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

store-by the winding Oklawaha to the held every Monday evening at 7:30
care of an assistant and is in his usu- o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial

al winter position behind the grocery welcome to visiting brothers.

L U. Forbes, C

C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.


Our plant is equipped for giv giving
ing giving you real service on your car.
We employ none but expert
workmen, and you do not pay
for "breaking in" mechanics.
Let us clean np and overhaul
your car. YouH be surprised at
the low cost of service in our
Phone 258121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533


counters of the H. B. Masters store

Mrs. Leon Griggs, who has been in

the city at the, home of her sister,

Mrs. B. F. Borden and at the Marion

county iiospitai under the care of a Tulula Lodire No. 22. I O. O. F.

physician, has so far recovered as to meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30

pe a Die to return to ner nome at Ux- 0'ci0ck at the Odd FeUows hall in the
ford today. Mrs. Borden and children third story of the Garv block. A

accompanied ner nome ior a lew days' warm welcome always extended to


Mr. Bruce Meffert came down from

Palatka a few days ago with one of

the pretty new model 1913 Ford tour

ing cars. Mr. Meffert is .agent for
this car and with its remarkable re

cord for service, upkeep and low sell- Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United

ing price he is sure to do a bte busi- kPaa180 War Veterans, meets the

ness with it this year. (Was this Friday of each month at armory

Lizzie"?) at 8 o clock p. m.

C. V. Roberts, Commtnder.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.

visiting brothers.

. Joseph Malever, N. G.
H. G. Shealy, Secretary.


An Ocala Citizen Tells of His Expert


You have a right to doubt state

ment of people living for away but

can you doubt Ocala endorsement 7

Read it:

William Enzian, retired farmer, 314
N. Magnolia St- Ocala, says: "I suf

fered from lame back and kidney com

plaint, a few years ago when I was

living in Virginia. When I stooped to
lift anything a kink took me in the
small of my back and I could hardly
raise up. There was a dull ache across

my kidneys all the time. I got up as
often as four times at nieht to Dass

the kidney secretions. They were
scanty and highly colored. I read about

JJoan a Judney Fills in the naDer and

two boxes cured me. The pains left my

oacj ana my jaaneys acted like clock


Fnce 60c.. at all dealers. Don't

simply ask for a kidney remedy get

a AxiLucy i ius me same tnai

Mr. juizian had. Foster-Milburn Co
Mfgs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. No. 1

Of Imumc of Special AMfmwit Cer Cer-ttf
ttf Cer-ttf tw By the City f Oeala
WHEREAS, the owner of the peal
estate which is described In the copy of
notices of erpecial assessments against
same by the city of Ocala for street
paving- can not be located within the
corporate limits of the ald city of
Ocala; therefore be It

resolved toy the city council of the

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

or special assessment certificates bo

published In Ocala Star, a newspaper
published in the city of Ocala, In Mar

ion county. Florida, once each week for

four consecutive weeks.

Ocala, Florida. Oct. 11. 1922.


Tou are hereby notified that the city

council of the city of Ocala on the 18th

day of July. A. u. 1322. levied an as

sessment against the following describ

ed property, to-wit:

Commence at northeast corner of

block 6? Old Survey Ocala. west 119
feet, south 102 74 feet, east 119 feet.

north 102 feet, of 1254.42. as the pro

portionate cost ior paving wasningtoiL
street with asphalt block.

i nu assessment is payable In ten eaual

annual Installments, said installments

being payable annually after date. The
failure to pay any installment or any

interest due hereon when the same

snail be due shall at the option of the
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid .hereon, ootu principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears Interest at the
rate of s per centum per pui"!.
(beal) H. a SlSXKUiNii. City Clerk.
Ocala. Florida, Oct. 11, 1922.
You are Hereby nouned that the city
council of the city of Ocala on tne lkth.
day of iseptemoer. A. U. l22, levied

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

beginning at the soutnweat corner
of the intersection of Alain street and
May street in tne city of Ocala, west

-xv ieei, noru xve s-itf Zeet. east
Id 6-10 feet, to Main street, thence
south along Bald Alain street lut s-19

zeet to p. o. b. Also beKinnimz at the

southeast corner of the intersection of
Alain and Atay streets in the city of

rioriaa, running east
24 7-10 feet, thence north lwt -i0 feet.

in twice west zt i-xu zeet. to Alain street,
tnence south, along said Alain street Co
point of beginning, of 1761.12. as the
proportionate cost for paving North
Main street with asphalt blocx.
This assessment is payable in ten equal
annual installments, said installments

oeing payaoie annually after date. The

failure to pay any installment or any
interest due hereon wnen tne same
snail oe due snail at the option of the

uoiuer nereot render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.

a ma assessment oears interest at the
rate of 8 per centum per o-nnnm.

(Head) H. c auii'KUMa, City Clerk.
Ocala. Florida. Oct. 11. 1B2.


You are nereby notified that the eltv

council of the city of Ocala on the 19tn
day of September, A. D. 122, levied an
assessment against the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:

iMortnwest quarter fractional clock SI
Old Survey Ocala, of S25.S1. as the pro proportionate
portionate proportionate cost for .paving North. a
street with asphalt block.
This assessment is payable In ten vQual
annual installments, said installments

oeing payaoie annually after date. The
failure to pay any installment or any
interest due hereon when the same
shall be due shall at the option of the

uoiuer nereoi render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears Interest at the

rate oi s per centum per annum.

ifceaij u c siSTKUNK, City Clerk.

The Round Dozen Auction Club held I

its regular weekly meeting yesterday

afternoon with Miss Stella Camp asl Fifteen masked men entered a mo-

hostess. Auction was enjoyed during tion picture building in Leipzig, Ger-

tue afternoon after which refresh

ments were served. Mrs. W. M. Pal Palmer
mer Palmer made highest score among the
club members and Mrs. H. C. Nichols

made high score for the visitors. Mrs.


The Woman's Auxiliary of the

Marion County Hospital has taken a

booth at the fair grounds and will qoqt,. o vii i ah
. , fe . beabury btanton held low score. All
serve lunches dunnc the fair. Mrs.

were presented witn pretty awards.
Besides the club members playing

Plumbing & Electrical


serve lunches during the fair. Mrs.

J. W. Dumas has charge and any one

wishing to contribute anything, or to

donate pies and cakes, will please

notify her. N

the following visitors were present:

Mrs. Stanton, Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. T. J.
Fay and Mrs. Phil Robinson.

Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully

Needham Motor Co.

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. 173t

A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant

Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf

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


- Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other

oniracxor in um ctty.

Messrs. W. V. and George Newsom,
the former from Jacksonville and the
latter from Orlando, arrived Sunday

for a visit to their mother. George
had to return to Orlando yesterday,
but Virgil remains a few days longer.

These two Ocala boys are looking well

and doing well in their new homes.

Mr. Will Pooser arrived in Ocala
from his home in Oklahoma last

Tuesday, making the trip in his car,

and has been the guest of his mother,
Mrs. Mary Pooser, and his brother,
Mr. Abner Pooser. Mr. Will Pooser
and his mother and Mrs. J. J. Pyles

Sr.' left this mornmg by automobile
for Tampa, where jftiey will visit rela-


Call 471-Blue for the best red oak
and pine strand wood. Four-foot
wood $3.50.- Er Gibbons, North Os

ceola street. 16

Advertise in the Evening Star.

The more our customers see of our

methods of handling fresh meats, the

better we like it. Come to see us.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf

Ceunty Judge Futch has issued

marriage licenses to Mr. Edward
Kornshutz and Miss Thelma McAllis

ter of Citra; to Mr. Daniel Ross of
Blackslede, S. C, and Miss Beatrice
Beasley of Cotton Plant. In order
to insure happy lives for the young
folks, the judge tied the knots him


many, and carried off at the poitt of
their revolvers, two reels of the

scenair "Todesreigen" (The Dance ot

the Dead) in which the misery under

ibe Soviet government is depictci.
Five Eskimo tribes which never had

seen a white man before have been

discovered. They're out of luck- Day Dayton
ton Dayton News.

Advertise in the Evening Star.

Mrs. W. A. Roxby of the" Mary
Roxby, Daytona, will be at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel on Thursday and
Friday, November 22 and 23, showing
an exclusive line of fall models, also
French handrmade lingerie. The ladies
are invited to attend the display from
10 to 12 and from 2 to 5 o'clock. It

At one of the drugstores, where
much candy is sold, the proprietor
says that when a new consignment of
the sweet stuff comes in, the half half-pound
pound half-pound boxes are always sold first.
Wonder why?
A financial editor says the banks
can make the olive branch supplant
the dogs of war. He must think they
are Burbanks. Associated Editors


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Medicine (Vegetable) Praised
by the Head of a
Louisiana Family.
Lake Charles, La. "I don't know

what we would have dose had we not
had Black-Draught It sure is one of

the best medicines made, and am sure the
best liver medicine," said Ml. Henry

Garrett, of this city.

"Mv whole family uses it. continued

Mr. Garrett. "My wife says she believes
she kept off the 'flu by taking doses oi

BUck-Draught regularly.

"I. mvsetf. use Black-Draseht ior

Indigestion, and it is fine.

"We used pUls and tablets and other
laxatives, but they never seemed to do
us good, but the BUck-Draught sure has,
ana it has come to our house to stay.
We give it to our daughter for headache

and torpid liver.
"I am gla to recommend anvtbiiz
that has been the help to my family that
Black-Draught has.

"My present health Is good. Have
two boxes of Black-Draught in the house


If your liver gets

Black-Draught It wl

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will help to drive the


Notice is nereby given tnat th


C1ATION win e,jply to the Honorable
Judge of the Circuit Court of the JFlfth

Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for
Marion county, at his office In Ocala.
Florida, on the 2nd day of December,

s, io approve amendments to Sec

tions 1. 6. s and 10 of its Charter, so

mat the said sections shall read as fol


"section I. The Mmt nf m..

poration. which corporation Is not for
profit, shall be MARION GENERAL.

uwmAjj AiSijtKjiATioi, to be locat-

ui ucaia, d loriaa.
"Section The affairs of this cor-

porauon. enau te managed by the
President. Secretary and Treasurer,
and a board of seven managers, known,

a me Bourn ox juanagers. The Presi President.
dent. President. Secretary and Treasurer shall be
three members of the board, to be
elected at the annual meeting of the
members of this corporation, which
annual meeting shall be held on the
second Tuesday after the first day of
March of each year; vacancies on the
Board of Managers may be filled until
the next annual meeting of the Asso Association,
ciation, Association, by the vote of the majority of
the remaining managers."

"Section 9. The highest amount of

inaeDteiness or liability to which this
corporation may at any time subject

itseii snail je ren Tnousand io liars


corporation may subject Itself to spe

cified bonded or mortgage indebtedness
not exceeding Twenty Thousand Dol Dollars,
lars, Dollars, in addition to the said Ten Thou

sand Dollars, for the purpose of dut

chasing land and constructing thereon.

ana equipping and luraisaing a build

ing or buildings to be used in connec

tion witn or as a part oi its Hoslntai.
and for the vuroose of refunding: and

discharging any bonded or mortgage
indebtedness existing at the time of
the approval of this amendment, or
for any one or more of the above pur purposes."
poses." purposes." "tJectlon 10. The amount and value
of the real estate which this corpora corporation
tion corporation may hold subject to the approval
of the Circuit Judge shall be FORTY
11-1-WedSt President.


Notice Is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will on Monday, the 4th day
of December, 1922. at the west door of
the court house in Ocala, Marlon coun county,
ty, county, Florida, and during the legal hours
of sale, offer for sale at public sale and
will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, personal property belonging
to the estate of Nichalos Rizzo, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, to-wit: Two trunks and con contents,
tents, contents, consisting of towels, books,
music and other miscellaneous articles

as shown by Inventory and appralse-

rtrjt w .rnhWtMi,Y rTt. n le and of record county
bile poisons and other unncaiuaui rait-1 judge's ornce, at Ocala. Florida
ters out of jour system. I e. a m. thomas,
CrtM vrvurhere. NC-148 lEx-Offlclo Adzar. Estate of Nichalos
bold everywnere. r,i kixso. it-zs-zt-is-xr-is-so-i-s

Ocala. Florida. Oct IL. 192.


You are herebr notified that the rttr

council of the city of Oca fa on the 19th

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

assessment against tne Xollowtng de described
scribed described property, to-wit:

fciouta nail fractional block il Old

Survey Ocala, except 92 feet east and

west on east end, oz SZ&9.31. as the pro

portionate cost for paving North Main
street with asphalt clock.

nis assessment is payable In ten equal
annual Installments, said Installments
being payable annually after date. Ths
failure to pay any Installment or any
interest due hereon when the same .,
shall be due shall at the option of ths
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears interest at the
rate of 8 per centum per annum.
y (Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK. City. Clerk.
Ocala, Florida, Oct. 11, 1922.
You are hereby notified that the ciy
council of the city of Ocala on the 9th
day of October, A. D. 1922, levied an
assessment against the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
67 feet east and west on east side
of lot 28 Caldwell's addition. Ocala, of
J 754.48, as the proportionate cost for
paving Wenona or Herbert street with
asphalt block.
This assessment Is payable in ten equal
annual Installments, said installments
being payable annually after date. Ths
failure to pay any Installment or ana
interest due hereon when ths same
shall be due shall at the option of ths
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears Interest at the
rate of 8 per centum per annum.
(Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk.
Ocala, Floriua. Oct. 11, 1922.
You are hereby notified that the city
council of the city of Ocala on the 9th
day of October, A. D. 1922, levied an
assessment against the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
Commencing 75 feet south of north northwest
west northwest corner of lot O of Caldwell's addi addition
tion addition to the city of Ocala, thence south
407 feet, thence east 464.62 feet, north
407 feet, thence west 466.62 feet, of
$1144.40, as the proportionate cost for
paving Lake Weir avenue with asphalt
This assessment is payable In ten equal
annual Installments, said installments
being payable annually after date. Ths
failure to pay any installment or any
interest due hereon, when the same
shall be due shall at the option of ths
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears Interest at ths
rate of 8 per centum per annum.
c- i t r y. c nwn inn

Ocala, Fla.. Oct. It 1922.


You are hereby notified that ths city
council of the city of Ocala on. the 9th
day of October, A. D. 1922, levied an
assessment against the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit: 1
248 feet north and south by 4CS feet
east and west in the southwest corner
of lot "O." Caldwell's addition, Ocala,
of $978.51, as the proportionate cost
for paving Lake Weir avenue with as asphalt
phalt asphalt block.
This assessment Is paying in ten.
equal Installments, said installments
being payable annually after date. The
failure to pay any Installment or any
interest due hereon when the same
shall be due shall at the option ot ths
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears Interest at ths
rate of 8 per centum per annum.
(Seal) H. C. STSTRUNK, City Clerk.
the copy of this resolution as published
shall be dated as ot this day by ths
city clerk of the city ot Ocala and shall
be subscribed by him as city clerk of
the city of Ocala.
This 7th day of November. A. D. 1)22.
(Seal) H. C. 6ISTRUN2L,
Wed-15-St Clerk of ths City of Oeala.


(HATES under this heading are a
folowa: Maximum of six lines one time
l&c; three times 60c: six times 75c; one
month 3.00. All accounts parable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
LOST Marquis ring, turquoise and
diamonds, at American Legion card
party Nov. 17th. Finder return to
Mrs. A. M. Holder and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 22-3t

WANTED Young man for clerk at
soda fountain and general store
work. Apply to T. W. Troxler, S.
Main St. 22-3t
"FOUND Female bird dog. Owner
may have same by identifying dog
and paying for this ad. Mrs. C. A.'
Smith, 304 N. Main St. 22-3t
FOR SALE! Second hand willow
baby carriage in good condition.
Has just been done over. Apply to
Mrs. E. G. Lindner, phone 206. 22-6t
men will want a lot of business
cards and other advertising matter
for fair week, and the Star Job Of
fice is well equipped for getting it
out in fine shape. Call phone 51
and we will give you any assistance
we can in the preparation of your
copy. However, ao n now.
one-ton worm-drive truck. Ocala
Motor Co., phone" 71. 22-3t
LOST Female pup three months old,
liver and white. Answers to name of
Fannie. Return to Ray & Thomson
office. 21-3t
FOR RENT Nice little cottage on
East Fort King avenue, four rooms,
hatt and bath; city lights and water.
Nice place for children. Apply to
Mrs. T. M. McLean. Phone 220. P.
0. Box 85. 21-6t
FOR SALE Brand new Remington
pump action rifle with saddle hol holster,
ster, holster, $35 cash (worth $50; also
Colt'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 0klawaha. Phone 507. 21-6t
FOR SALE OR RENT Large two two-story
story two-story concrete building on south
side of South' Fifth street, : west.
jv Apply to Mrs. Zora D. Mclver, Ir Irvine,
vine, Irvine, Fla. 20-10t
LOST OR STOLEN One red hound
bitch puppy, 10 months old; named
Faninie; 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
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
sired. 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
WANTED Colored woman to sell
guaranteed hair softener and
straightener to colored epople. Ex Experience
perience Experience unnecessary; $50 a week
for full time; $1.00 an hour spare
time. The Hair Style Co., 6037
i Woowlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 16-7f
FOR RENT A six-room house, cor corner
ner corner Tuscawilla and East Second St.
D. Niel Ferguson. 18-6t
FOR SALE 1917 7-passenger Hud Hudson
son Hudson six; 1920 Maxwell touring;
J917 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 modern conveniences. Call C.
V. Roberts or phone 350 or 305. tf
Six Touring. Terms if desired. See
Blalock Bros. tf
dred exceptionally fine Pineapple
orange trees on sour stock, for sale
Marion County Nurseries, Ocala
Fla. ll-13-18t
wain itu l wo or three roomers
with or without board. Rates reas
onable. Phone 543. Mrs. Geo. F
Young, 512 E. 8th street, opposite
Tigh school building. 16-6t
FOR RENT Part of my farm, 40 to
70 acres, as good trucking land as
there is in the county. Standing
rent or share crop. Stock and tools
furnished. Free of stumps. Call on
or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf


If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.
Mrs. R. L. Martin of Lake Weir is
visiting in the city.
Mrs. J. N. Bryan Jn and N. J. III.,
of Tampa, are in Ocala to spend
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Bryant's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Strip Stripling..
ling.. Stripling.. New York, Atlantic City, Washing Washington
ton Washington are easily" reached through use of
Merchants & Miners steamers, Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Men's clothing, suits, shirts and
shoes are wanted for the rummage
sale for the benefit of the primary
school: Send before Saturday, Nov,
24, to the primary school building.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Walters, who
have been spending the past ten days
in Chattanooga and Atlanta, spent
yesterday at the State Fair in Jack
sonville and are expected home this
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dee. 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kearse of Bam
berg, S. C, who have been guests of
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson for a few
days, left yesterday afternoon for
Jacksonville and St. Augustine, be
fore returning to their home.
The friends of Miss Ruth Ervin will
be interested to hear of her advance
ment in the business world. Eeveral
months ago Miss Ervin entered the
circulation department of the St Pe
tersburg Independent and last week
wis promoted to the position of man
ager of the department.
Mr. J. F. Hyatt of Summerfield was
a- visitor in Ocala today. Mr. Hyatt
is a very busy man and says there
are just two things that would bring
him to Ocala now and one is to pay
his taxes, and the other to get the
Star for another year.
Mr. Britt Sanders, who was badly
hurt in the automobile accident yes
terday, is resting well and getting
along as well as could be expected
Mr. J. W. Hogan, who was also hurt
at the same time, will probably be in
the hospital for.-several days yet.
The best cure for hard luck is hard
Charity goes farther than it
All things worth doing are difficult
before" they are easy.
Money is like a fire a good ser
vant but a bad master.
So many things seem impossible
until they are attempted.
Better a blush on your face than a
stain on your character.
Be generous with compliments, nig
gardly with complaints.
Do not turn your backon troubles
meet them squarely.
Acting without thinking is like
shooting without aiming.
No man ever benefited himself per permanently
manently permanently by injuring others.
Wise men always remain optimists,
however black the sky may be.
Learn to obey; he who- has never
given obedience will never get it.
Business goes where' it is invited,
and stays where it is well treated.
In the dictionary of determination
there is no such word as failure.
The world expects each man to do
tiis duty. If he doesn't, both suffer.
Some -folks make themselves mis
erable in the pusuit of happiness.
Accepi critism; all the wisdom in
the world is 'not under one hat.
If you are always straightforward
you will always go straight forward.
Swap smiles with your neighbor.
They're good for what ails both of
Real happiness is cheap enough,
yet how dearly we pay for its coun counterfeit.
terfeit. counterfeit. All you've got to do is to want a
thjng, want it hard, and it's as good
as yours.
lhe man who does his best is a
success, whether the world things so
or not.
Health is the foundation both of
judgement and industry, and there
fore of success.
Occupation is the cheapest form of
amusement, and idleness is the most
Every man should keep a fair sized
cemetery in which to bury the faults
of his friends.
If Clemenceau survives American
hospitality, he'll be a greater hero
than J off re or Foch.
The Vatican has issued a warning
to prelates not to take part in poli politics.
tics. politics. "I know I love the Kaiser," says
Princess Hermine. She will have no
competition. Asheville Times.


(Continued from First Page)
ed and the work on North Dixie
Highway is -well under way.
Mr. Brumby gave a report by wards
on the condition of the streets of the
city. He divided the streets into
paved, lime and semi-lime. This last
class includes the streets that have
had some sort of lime or clay put on
them but are not regularly paved with
lime. By wards the city has the fol-
owing mileage of these three types
of streets:
First ward: Paved, .69 miles; lime,
3 miles; semi-lime, 1.4 miles.
Second 'ward: Paved, 1.3 miles;
ime, 3.11 miles; semi-lime, 2.3 miles.
Third ward: Paved, .6 miles; lime,
2.7 miles; semi-lime, 2.0 miles.
Fourth ward: Paved, .9 miles; lime,
2.0 miles; semi-lime, 1.0 miles.
The city totals 3.5 miles of pave
ment, nine miles of lime and six miles
of semi-lime streets.
Messrs. Pedrlfk and Henry immed
iately began arguing that their re-
spective wards needed more paving to
catch up with the second and fourth
wards. They got into a lively debate
across the table as to who should get
the first paving and finally called off
the argument without coming to a
No bids were filed for the rent of
the old city market building so it was
turned over to a committee to sell or
Some member of the council men
tioned the fact that there were sever
al frame buildings in the fire limits
that were fire menaces and it was
suggested that these buildings be
condemned and removed. No definite
action was taken at this meeting, but
it is expected that these firetraps will
have to' be removed at an early date.
Power was given the city attorney
to cancel the mortgage on the old city
pound property as soon as Mr. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence turned over a deed to the city.
The congestion of traffic on Magno
lia street from the Ocala National
Bank to the federal building and on
N. Main street from Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue to the federal building was dis discussed
cussed discussed for some time. It was de decided
cided decided to make 'these streets parallel
parking streets and lines will be
painted along the curbs for this pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Fort King avenue was also
discussed and will be marked in the
same way as soon as the present angle
parking lines have worn out
The question of the city tourist
camp ground was brought up. The
city has closed its former camp
ground but in spite of the no tres
pass signs tourists are camping there
and, since there is no water they are
calling on the people of the neighbor
hood to give them water and are be
coming troublesome. A committee
of real estate men of the city was to
meet with the council to make plans
for a eamp ground but they failed to
show up so the council appointed
Messrs. Simmons and Henry to meet
with them with authority to donate
$300 towards a camp ground to be
built within two weeks time.
The council agreed to run a water
line through the Palmetto Park ad addition
dition addition to supply Dr. F. E. McClane
and several other property owners.
Mr. Pedrick was instructed to have
the" police force enforce the ordinance
calling for cars for hire to take out a
business license. Some of the car
owners who are driving for hire have
not taken out their licenses and the
council wants, the law enforced.
Notable among the amusements
during the fair will be the football
game Thursday,' the 30th, between the
Ocala and Bartow elevens.
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club will prepare and serve
at the club rooms tomorrow night a
delicious dinner, beginning at 6:30
o'clock. Tickets will be $1.00. Fol Following
lowing Following is the menu.
Oyster Cocktail Crackers
Celery Pickles Nuts
Roast "Turkey with Dressing and
Giblet Sauce
Cranberry Sauce Hot Rolls
Creamed String Beans
Rice Candied Potatoes
Fruit Salad Wafers
Pumpkin Pie with Cheese Balls
Coffee 22-lt
C. V. Roberts & Co,
Motor Equipment
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
Residence Phone 305
217 W. Broadway


(Continued on Fourth Page)
the war because she had no nat-
ional traditions. i
14. Can you look in a mudpuddle by I
the side of the road and see any- i
thing but mud?
At the conclusion of the address,
the meeting adjourned and the teach
ers and visitors were the guest of the
people of Anthony at a dinner spread
urder the trees near the new school
building. A number of the patrons
showed their pride in the new school
and its organization by being present
to make the teacehers welcome.
The afternoon session opened with
community singing. Mr. Cate, who
was to have discussed "Way and
Means of Obtaining Equipment for
Schools," was not able to attend. Mr.
Willett volunteered a discussion bas based
ed based on his experience with carnivals
and lyceum courses. Mr. Willett also
discussed the question of the educa-
Itional exhibit at the Marion County
The standing committees of the
year were appointed as follows: Pro
gram, Mary Sheppard, Frank B. Lind
say, Margaret Taylor.
Membership: H. P. Chambers,
Clarence Priest, Mrs, Eulalia' Smith.
Publicity: Mr. W. A. Cate, Miss
Young, Mr. C. R. Sumner.
A committee to investigate condi
tions in regard to entertaining the
state association -in 1923 was named
as follows: Miss Nellie Stevens, Mrs.
Iva Sprinkle, Mr. H. G. Shealy.
Upon motion the meeting adjourn
There were no mice in sight last
night so the Kats and Kittens, better
known respectively as the seniors and
under classmen of the Ocala high
school, played a fast game .of basket basketball
ball basketball on the local court. The game
began at 7:30 and everyone was
thrilled over the opening skirmish of
the season as well as the splendid
new court upon which Ocala high is
to win many victories in the future, j
During the first half the Kittens
outplayed their opponents, but the
seniors fought their way to a, tie
which held pretty well throughout the
game. The final score was 21 to 20
in favor of the Kats. This unusually
large score did not mar the interest
of the game for the girls were "pep "peppy"
py" "peppy" from first to last and showed
that old fighting spirit of which we
are proud. There were fumbles and
signs of poor team work but against
all these was a daring spirit! to work
and win.
Memorial services for the late Rev.
H. L. Straub will be conducted at
Sunset Harbor by the Rev. J. Willet
Boyer on Sunday, Nov. 26th, at 2:30
o'clock. The public is invited to at attend
tend attend this service.
We want all our friends and pat patrons
rons patrons to go to the fair on Thursday,
November 30th. Come to the Phillips
Drug Store and purchase $5.00 worth
of standard goods and we will give
you one ticket to the fair. (This list
only a suggestive one. You can
change the items to suit yourself):
One Durham Duplex Razor and
three blades $1.00
One bottle of Dr. Beach's Blood
Purifier 1.00
One Dr. West Tooth Brush 50
One bottle Vick's Salve .35
Or.e bottle Red Cross Liniment. .25
One Meg-Lac Tooth Paste 50
One box Talcum Powder .25
One box R. C. R. Pills 25
One Bottle Arapahoe Tonic... 1.00
17-2t Ocala, Fla. 15-22
Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub-
ished-&s information and not guar
J teed, i
(Eastern Standard Time)
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 ;jn
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday. Friday,
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-NTork 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
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" The Fashion Center

A new shipment VAN RAALTE Ital Italian
ian Italian Silk Hosiery and Underwear at
the lowest prices."" t
Beautiful line Christmas Neckwear,
in holly boxes, arrived this week.
New Peggy Paige dresses just arriv arrived,
ed, arrived, and at prices that you pay for or ordinary
dinary ordinary ni&ke dresses sold elsewhere.
Come in and loojpthese things over.


" The Fashion Center

243 and .174

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


Hotel Ta-liaiM

The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel in the South'


Rates Reasonable

The Commercial and Bnairfeaa Man Always Welcom


- ,' -vs-
..... ---$-..

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51


GT) Tp M
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