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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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ALABAMA HAS MOST A17FUL
OF ALL M ACCIDENTS

Explosion Caused by a
HnndrciJs ol Men
Birmingham, Nov. 23 -(Associated
Press). Work; of removing the dead
from the Dolomite mine No. 3, of the
Woodward Iron Company, in which
475 men were trapped by an explosion
yesterday was renewed with vigor at
daylight. Company officials estimat estimated
ed estimated that the list of dead might be in increased
creased increased from 83 to 100. A check of
' the injured showed that the list of
sixty was approximately correct. At
least fifty listed in the casuals were
either killed or injured when a train
of trip cars running wild from the
tipple crashed into the mine yard in
the main entry. The accident caused
the snapping of an electric cable
which set off dust resulting in the ex explosion.
plosion. explosion.
EIGHTY-FOUR DEAD
Birmingham, Nov. 23. (Associated
Press) Eighty-four lives were lost
.and sixty injured as a result of the
mine explosion, according to a state statement
ment statement at noon by officials of Che com com-pany.
pany. com-pany. The work of identification is
not complete.-.
ROBERTSON IS AN
EXCELLENT WRIGGLER
Probable That The Governor of Ok Ok-;
; Ok-; lahoma Will Escape
Prosecution
Oklahoma City, Nov. 23.-7(By the
'Associated Press). The next major
action in the case against Governor
Robertson of Oklahoma, on the charge
of accepting a bribe, is sdMdaled for
next Monday at Ada, when at a spe special
cial special term of court 'Judge Edwards
' will hear arguments on the executive's
motion to quash the indictment
against him. Should the governor be
successful in his attempt to have the
indictment quashed, the proceedings
against him would die' and there will
be no jury trial.
LITTLE SMASHUP ON
THE SEABOARD AIR LINE
Norfolk, Nov. 23. (By Associated
Press). Several persons were slight
ly injured when a Seaboard Air Line
passenger train collided with an ex extra
tra extra engine on the main line near Ha Ha-good,
good, Ha-good, N.' C, early today. The train,
which was a through one between
New York and Florida points, was de delayed
layed delayed several hours as a result of the
collision.
CHECKING UP DETAILS IN
HALL-MILLS MURDER CASE
Somerville, Nov. 23. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press). Officials conducting
the Hall-Mills murder inquiry devot devoted
ed devoted today to checking up details in the
case. The grand jury will resume
consideration of the case Monday,
having adjourned last night. Mrs.
Jane Gibson, who says she saw the
double murder, has been summoned
to appear before the jury Monday.
ATTEMPT TO CONVERT
SEMINOLE INDIANS
Miami, Nov. 23. (By Associated
Press).- A campaign will be waged
to convert the Seminole. Indians of the
Everglades to Christianity. The move
ment is backed by the Creek Indians
of Oklahoma, tribal relatives of the
Semnioles, and will be inaugurated
during the coming winter by an In Indian
dian Indian missionary. So far as is known
this will be the first effort of the kind
to be, made by Indians among the
Seminoles.
ANOTHER CRANK ARRESTED
New York, Nov. 23. (Associated
Press). Julius 'Reynolds, a native o:
Scotland, was arrested today charged
with being the author of the note re received
ceived received by the custodian of the borough
hall, Brooklyn, Tuesday, in which the
writer, who claimed responsibility for
the Wall street explosion of a year
ago,, threatened to bomb the halL
' The world expects each man to do
bis duty. If he doesn't, both suffer.

Broken Cable Traps
Underground

EIGHT HOURS TO
JAX FROM ATLANTA

A New Motor Record Set by Official
Of the American Automobile
Association
Jacksonville, Nov. 23. (Associated
Press). E. V. Goodson, officiaf speed
driver for the Automobile Association
of America, arrived 4iere at 8:45 east eastern
ern eastern time from Atlanta in an attempt
to set a record for the automobile
drive of 349 miles, making the dis distance,
tance, distance, according to the local motor
club and A. A. A. officials, in seven
hours and forty-five minutes. The old
record set last year was ten hours and
twenty-six minutes. One stop was
made on the trip to change a tire.
ENTIRE FAMILY WIPED OUT
Authorities Wonder if Death of Hen
derson Was Owing to a Demented
Wife or An Outside Enemy
Lancaster, Ohio, Nov. 23. (By the
Associated Press) .Through exami examination
nation examination vof the vital organs of. Irvin
Henderson and his wife, $he 'authori
ties may gaih clues to determine the
cause of the death of the entire fam family,
ily, family, including four small children. The
investigators are working on two
theories, one that the wife in an un unbalanced
balanced unbalanced state of mind because of ill
ness administered poison and the
other than an enemy of the family
placed poison in their provisions.
MARION MADE DINNER
. At the club rooms of the Business
and Professional Woman's Club this
evening the members of this organi
zation will give one of their excellent
suppers, prepared and served by the
i members. This summer they served
one of these suppers and those peo
pie who were present were delighted
and are looking forward with, pleas
ure to the one which will be served
onieht. The items on the menu are
all Marion county products, which will
be prepared in the most appetizing
style. Tickets for the supper have
been sold at $1 a plate, but if you
have not bought a ticket, don't let
that keep you away, but come and en
oy a regular Thanksgiving dinner.
The following is the menu -which
will be served during the evening
starting at 6:30:
Oyster Cocktail Crackers
Celery 7 Pickles Nuts
Koast xurKey witn uressing and
Giblet Sauce
Cranberry Sauce Hot Rolls
Creamed String Beans
Rice Candied Potatoes
- Fruit Salad Wafers
Pumpkin Pifr with Cheese Balls
Coffee 22-lt
A man in Gratz, Austria, who had
hanged himself from a tree, was cut
down by a farmer. During the oper
ation one of his legs was broken
caused by his landing in a ditch. He
sued the farmer for hospital expenses'.
The lower court granted the demand.
The superior court, however, consid considered
ered considered that the farmer had done a good
turn to the man who wanted to die,
and his duty as a Christian citizen.
The higher court held that he could
not be held responsible for the con consequences
sequences consequences of his act and denied the
would-be suicide his claim.
Snow has melted from the crosrf
which gives the Mount of the Holy
Cross in Colorado its name. The
Mount of the Holy Cross s in Colo Colorado
rado Colorado and the snow has melted on the
cross for the first time within the
memory of the oldest inhabitant.
However, the outlines iof the cross
are descernible 20 miles distance.
In the dictionary of determination
there is no such word as failure.

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MARION COUNTY FAIR"

' (Contributed)
Through the days of parchin' sunshine, through the days of drenchin' rain,
We have wrestled with the meadow grass, the garden truck an' grain.
An at last we're on the journey for to claim our rightful share
O' the glory for the farmer at the MARION COUNTY FAIR.
You that come from out the city for to see the horses race
Needn't think you know the pleasures of our country meetin' place,
No, it's no one but us farmers has the kind of eyes to see
What's the real inside good time of OCALA'S JUBILEE.
Mother brings some canned tomatoes an' they stand upon a shelf
With her name in printed' letters an' the county judge his self
Tries a spoonful, tries another, smiles an' says he'd like to state
Them's the tastiest tomatoes he ever, ever ate.
In the art hall, where the ladies go -to learn the latest stitch, i
Sister's fancy work exhibit, broirdered table clothes an' sich,
Draws a monstrous crowd of people, an' they praise it loud an' free,
Till it's all in all the greatest in sister's history.
Down among the pens an' stables an' the heaps of fodder an' corn,
Frank has got a speckled heifer with a ribbon on her horn,
Gilbert's took the silver medal in the watermelon line,
An' the loudest rooster crowin' in the poultry house is mine.
You may shout about New York an' your Pan-Americans,
With their lakes ancl lordly buildin' an' their camel caravans,
But I'U bet my crowin' rooster 'gainst you shoe lace, if you dare,
That they aint a little circumstance to MARION COUNTY FAIR.

Deficit Steadily

Being Decreased
Eighteen Thousand, Four Hundred
And Sixteen Dollars Will Take
Marion County Schools Out
Of the Undergrowth
School deficit Nov. 21st. .. .$18,892.80
Collected Nov. 22nd 475.99
Deficit night of Nov. 22. $18,416.81
MAKE TRIP TO MEXICO
Activities of Southern Commercial
Congress Shifted To
Anahuac
Chicago, Nov.. 23. (By Associated
Press). The activities of the delega
tion to the Southern Commercial Con
gress, which adjourned its fifteenth
annual session last night, were shifted
today to Mexico, where a representa
tive body is to spend two weeks in
the interest of trade relations.
STEAMER RAN AGROUND
IN BISCAYNE
BAY
Miami, Nov, 23. (By Associated
Press). The steamer Yankton, in inbound
bound inbound from Nassau, which ran
aground inBiscayne Bay yesterday,
was still fast this morning with little
prospect of being floated before night.
The vessel carried ninety-one pas
sengers and a cargo of freight. The
passengers were taken off by a gov government
ernment government cutter shortly after the ac accident.
cident. accident. STANDARDIZED PLAN
FOR NAVAL STORES
Washington, Nov. 23. (Associated
Press). New legislation for stand
ardizatfrm of naval stores was discuss
ed today between a delegation repre
senting trade bodies headed by Robert
Hitch of Savannah, and Senators
Fletcher, George and other southern
members of Congress. The proposed
new bill to fix standards for turpen
tine and rosin, also provides penalties
for adulteration.
Automobiles and launches of Bra
zil are successfully using alcohol as
fuel.
The center of alien white popula
tion in the United States moved west
erly for the first time in thirty years
The center is in Allen county, Indiana,
about 10 3-4 miles east of New Haven
and 16 miles east of Fort Wayne
It is due to be increase in foreign
born white population in California
Texas and Arizona, according to the
Census Bureau.
Indian charters, centuries old, cover
the wajl of an Indian cave hidden
away from the white man's eyes and
recently discovered on the estate of
Valentine Hememan at Boot hb ay Har Harbor,
bor, Harbor, Maine. The cave runs back 40
feet under the hillside and can only
be reached by a sudden drop of 15
feet over the ledges.-
; Holland and her colonies have no
tariff and believe in free trade.

Importation of Liquor

And Chinese Aliens
Crestview Man Leader of a Bunch Up
In U. S. Court at Peasaeola
For Conspiracy
ensacola, Nov. 23. (Associated
Press). C. P. Moore of Crestview,
William Lindsay and Isom Underwood
pled guilty in federal court here to
day of conspiracy to import Chinese
aliens and liquor into the United
States from Cuba. Moo ra, owner-of
the "schooner Success, was charged in
the indictment with being head of a
ring which systematically smuggled
Chinese and liquor into this country.
Two Chinamen and a white man are
yet to be arraigned. Their trial is
expected to be under way later in the
day.
FREE STATE TROOPS
MOVING FORWARD
Belfast, Nov. 23. (By Associated
Press). A column of Irish '.Free
State troops supported by artillery
eft Athlone today for Baiiina, where
hundreds of republicans have concen
trated.
BUTLER SUCCEEDS DAY
ON SUPREME BENCH
Washington, Nov. 23. (Associated
Press). Pierce Butler of St. Paul,
Minn., today was nominated by -President
Harding associate justice of the
supreme court, to fill the vacancy left
by the resignation of Justice Day.
The owner of a shoe store in Am
sterdam has announced that during
one week he will pay for men's and
women's shoes 20 guilders and for
boys' and girls shoes 1.50 guilders to
eacb customer who buys a new pair
of shoes from him. The old shoes
which must be repairable, will be giv
en to the local poor commission for
distribution among the needy.
The "antique furniture trade
flourishes in the town of Dxnan,
France. Wonderful "ancient" Jaco Jacobean
bean Jacobean sideboards, chairs -and spinning
wheels may be purchased in profusion.
The dealer makes and carves his fur
niture, copying the originals of many
periods. Rain and sun impart the
necessary semblance of antiquity to
the pieces which stand outside the
shop in all kinds of weather.
Of the 530 men and one woman
who are at present members of the
House of Representatives and the
Senate, more than 300 are lawyers.
Siamese women stain their
black with betel nut to denote
married state.
teeth
their
Things are getting so mixed up
that an honest, hard-working politi
cian hardly knows when to be "dry
or when to be "wet." Columbia Re
cord.
The suggested solution of the
ing problem as to why men leave
home is that they dont like to stay
there alone. Crnrirrnatl Enquirf.

ACCODDATIIS

FAIR

ilore Comfort and Plentiful Supplies for Oie Public, a Res&case

For flie Babies and Better
Secretary Bennett has made Borne
improvements on accommodations at
former fairs. Probably the best one
is to take the big building south of
the Agricultural Hall and change it
into a nursery. "We dont mean a
nursery for citrus stock, but for ba babies
bies babies and small children. It will be
fitted up for them,' and a nurse will
be in charge, so any mother can leave
her little one in good care and go see
the fair with both hands free. This
building will be in charge of the hos
pitality committee of the Woman's
Club. 1
The rest arbor win be in its usual
good shape for tired people of all ages
to rest in, to leave their parcels and
wraps and otherwise have their minds
taken off their troubles.
EATS
Nobody. wiU need to leave the
ground all day to obtain lunches or
meals. The dining room will servw
dinners and ranches as usual. Mrs. J.
W." Dumas wiU be in charge, and she
and her assistants will work for the
benefit of the Marion County Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, so you wiU help yourself and a
good cause when you feed your face
there.
The ladies of the Catholic church
w21 serve lunches, coffee, etc., at the
booth next door- to the grandstand.
The building formerly Ceng's drug
store will, be-occupied by one of th
classes of the Methodist church, which
wttlnot allow any weary stranger to
go away 'unrefreshed. At' the next
building south of this, cold drinks
wiU be served by members of' the
Girls' Athletic Club ., of w the high
school. We can easily conceive of
anybody going" to the fair, staying all
day, eating 'and drinking at all these
places and going. home happy.
. AUTOS
It must be admitted that heretofore
there has not been" enough system in
looking out for autos. It has been
decided that this year an admission
price will be charged for aU cars that
enter the oval made by the race track.
Not a large amount just enough to
pay for the expense of reserving the
accommodations. It is intended that
most of the cars shall park in the
northwestern part of the grounds, in
aU the big open space between the
grandstand and the stables reserv-
jing space of course for the race
horses to pass thru. Early arrivals
each day win be able to get next to
the race track, but there is to be no
crowding. Mr. Walter Credle of An
thony will look after this important
feature and see everybody has an
even break. THERE WILL BE NO
CHARGE FOR PARKING SPACE
EXCEPT IN THE RACE TRACK
OVAL. Last year, a slick person col collected
lected collected money from a number of people
for parking their cars in that space.
The fair officials dont want it to hap
pen again. If anybody tries to put
anything over on you, call one of the
fair officers. They are determined
that nobody shall be victimized, and
nobody will be unless they bite with
tRsu- rjyes open.
The Soviet government, hesitating
to wreck the statue of Alexander HI,
standing on a square in Petrograd,
has caused the following legend to be
hewn into its base: "Your father and
your son were executed by the people.
You have died peaceably, but to serve
as a scarecrow."
A rope 19 feet long, made of 3,000
ground squirrel tails, was recently
shipped, to the Bureau of Biological
Survey of the United States Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture. It was made
by the Blackfoot Indians who live
near Browning, Montana. Fifteen
hundred of the pests were killed by
the Indians during the spring and
summer.
The flapper style is going, but the
dear things will hit on something else
if we give them time. Columbia Re
cord. '
The greatest service that could be
rendered the Christian people would
be to convert them to Christaaniry.
Pslatka News.
Business goes where it is invited,
and stays where it is well treated.

AT THE

fllCH IMPROVED
Arrangement for. Motorcars
THE KING'S SPEECH
FROM THE HUE
King George Asks Parliament To
Continue Some of the Policies
v Of Lloyd George
. London, Nov. 23. (By Associated
Press). The new, parliament will be
asked to continue and extend the
ameliorative measures prepared by
the Lloyd George ministry as regards ;'V;
trade employment and also guarantee
a loan for. the restoration of Austria, v
said King George in his speech from
the' throne, officially opening parlia-
ment. The king, expressed the hope
that the Lausanne conference might
result in the establishment of peace,
restoring security to the inhabitants
of the regions which recently have
been the scene of much suffering.
' LIBERAL LEADER
i ..
London, Nov. 23. (By Associated
Press). Former Prime Minister
Lloyd George was unanimously elect- -ed
leader of the national liberal party
at a meeting today.
EVOLUTION OF THE.
TANGERINE ORANGE
Probable That In The Wanurco The
Fruit Has Reached Perfeetioa
Mr. Alison Wartmahn this morning
called a Star reporter into his office
and showed him a boxfnll of the most
beautiful citrus fruit beautiful in inside
side inside and out, as the reporter -can
testify. The little golden sugarballs
were specimens of the Wanurco or orange,
ange, orange, which ''Mr.. Wartmann has been
evoluting f rom the. tangerine, and the
fruit is proof positive that he has
been successful.
The tangerine has always been a
sweet and dainty fruit, and the only
objection to it has been that it
wouldn't standardize for packing. This
disadvantage Mr. Wartmann has over overcome,
come, overcome, as could be seen by the eves
rows of fruit in the box. And we
should say next, if possible there is
a little improvement in the flavor, tho
it would seem the original tangerine
left nothing to be desired.
It will soon be possible for night
nasseneers to view the country thru
which their train is passing. Power-
f ul flood lights of the roof at the rear
of the observation car will uniformly
cover a radius of at least 160 degrees,
with heighth and' depth sufficient to
catch canyons and rivers, mountains
and lakes as the train leaves them be be-hind
hind be-hind in its onward rush through the
darkness. It is possible the lighting
system may be extended along ; the
roofs of all coaches lengthwise so that
passengers throughout the train wfll
have the benefit of the view on one
side on the other. Dynamos driven by
the axles of modern Pullmans gener
ate more electricity than is required
for present purposes; hence there
would be no. added expense for cur current.
rent. current.
A pocket canister or gas v mask in
the form of a respirator has been in invented
vented invented to alleviate the discomfort and
danger to engine crews when they
come in contact with the sulphurous
locomotive smoke in tunnels. They
are cheap and effective and stand up
under tests. ..
Fifty years ago platinum
worthy but half the present price of
silver.
Frequently the blindfold over the
eyes of Justice looks suspiciously like
greenbacks, Greenville Piedmont.
No wonder the old-school diplomats
distrust Japan. She is on the point
of keeping her promises. Colorado
Springs Gazette. '-
Wlse men always remain optimists,
however black the sky may be.
f Learn tec obey) he who lias never
given-obedience 'wi3 sever get it.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1922

Ocala Evenini

Star

ruhlfabed Vrery Tn? Eijt Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, I LOBIDA

II. -J. liitt!ns;er, FreirtdeBt
H. D. UatesxoH VUe-PreIdet
P. V. Leavet.Keo3 aycreary-Treuw
J. II. Ueojamia, Kd'tor

Entered at Ocala, Fix. jKstof3c as
eiond-cUss matter.
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MB WINCH VSSCi TED PRESS
The. Associated Iresa la exclusively
entitled tor the use tor republication of
all news Jispatches credited to It or not
otherwise treliteJ in th! paper and
also the lofai news published herein.
All rights of r-,i,hUoatioa of special
dispatches herein are ala reserved.
DOMESTIC' Si nsCKIPTIOX RATES
One year, in advance
Three months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50
One month, in advance 60

removed from a great many persons,
but he still has some men and women

in his grip. St. Petersburg Inde

pendent.
Gee!

ANTHONY

CALVARY

Anthony Nov.

22,

Mrs. Em-! Calvary, Nov. 22. Mr. and Mrs.

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Lesal advtrtisements at legal rate.

Says the Orlando Reporter-Star

"The federal jury over at Pensacola I ot last week from Lake "Wales.

let' the poor old Catt out of the bag. Mrs. Polk and Miss Bertha Hodge
But what about the two niggers who spent a few days last week with their
were let out of one prison only to be sister, Mrs. -A. E. Hewitt.

ma Shealy and son, Mr. Wallace j George Buhl and Mrs. Carl Buhl made
Shealy have been visiting Mrs. Shea-' a flying trip to Crystal, River and
ly's daughter, Mrsv W, W. Griffin. j Homosassa- last Wednesday.
Mr. Fred Dodd came home Tuesday j Mr. J. W. Morrison and Mr. M. J.

Morrison and Mr. George Buhl attend-

east in another? It is' a lopsided

justice that thus operates.'

The class of "Comrades" of the

Methodist Sunday school gave a social

ed the speaking of the tomato grow
ers in Ocala last Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison and i

children went down: to Crystal River

, The' Times-Union refers to the auto
ir control of a speed fiend as "tye
modern juggernaut." Maybeso, but

Thursday night at the home of Mr. i last Tuesday and enjoyed the day.

and Mrs. S. Bowler. All present
spent a pleasant evening.
Misses Aline and Mary Padgett re-

the bootleggers who use autos carry j turned home Sunday from a visit with
the booze more in bottles than in I relatives in Lawtey..-

jugs.

Mrs. J. D. Strange and little daugh

ter spent several days with relatives

in Wildwood last week.

Mr. Chester Hillman? traded his

Buick car for a Ford-

Misses Lillie Milligan, Augusta

Dodd and Mildred Manning, who are

Cotton Plont, Nov. 22--Sunday eve- teaching away from home, spent the

Sebring has won the county seat ot
Highlands county.
COTTON PLANT

Judge Kennesaw Mountain Landis
will spend a part of the winter in
Tampa.

That Marcel wave can't be perma permanent.
nent. permanent. Marcel( has to die some day.
But, rong may he wave.
II. G: Wells was a candidate for a
place in parliament in the recent Brit British
ish British election, and was low man in his
borough.

The. editor of "Kaler's Komic Kut Kut-ups,"
ups," Kut-ups," in the Leesburg Commercial,
must have been fed principally on
chestnuts when he was a baby.

Messrs. Wilson, Blowers and Sim Simmons
mons Simmons of Ocala were in attendance.
The meeting was turned over to them
and. they responded by giving inter

esting taks on the conference claims

Mr. T. A. Lamb and' son-in-law, Mr.

Howard Estes of Orlando, have been
visiting Mr. Lamb's brother, Mr. S.

P Lamb.

Mr. B. K. Padgett returned home

Mr. Vernon Miller was the guest of

his sister and brother-in-law, last
Saturday night and Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and

children were guests of Mr. and Mrs.

J. W. Morrison last Sunday evening.

Master Richard Moxley was the

guest of friends here last Sunday.

We hear the. north wind blowing

and know it will soon be tixae for
Jack Frost,

Advertise- in- the Evening Star,
A 25-cent package of Albert' Plant

Food will, perform, wonders with your

pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy., tf

I mi i . i a i m i

and their importance. Come again, mursoay 01 last weeK irom a dusi-

gentlemen, we are always glad tolness tnP to Alabama.

have visitors. Stuart Sims' has accepted the
J. F. Parker, J. A. Parker and wife position as night operator at Silver

visited Lake Weir last Tuesday. They Springs junction,
report things looking lively there. Mrs- J- G- Graham of Waldo arriv
They visited the packing house and ed Monday for a visit with her sis
were very much impressed with the er Mrs. B. F. Mims.

way the fruit is handled. Little Miss Christine Hlgglnbotham
Miss Margaret Overton, Home- of Gainesville, is visiting -her grand grand-land's
land's grand-land's efficient teacher, spent the parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gates,
week-end in Gainesville with her par- ; Mrt and Mrs, J. L. "Wiley and Miss
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Overton, Bernice Russell of Ocala spent Sun Sun-who
who Sun-who have only recently moved there day at he home of their parents, Mr.

from Ocala. e land Mrs. R. R. Russell.

we are sorry to report tnat JVirs. j.i Mn Holmes Baskin has accepted a

B. Parker is very sick. Her relatives j position with the Seaboard railroad,
and friends hope she will soon recover. I running between Jacksonville and

FORT. McCOY

While In Ocala
Attending the Fair

Call on us and let us attend to your needs
in Optical Goods, as well as Jewelry end Watch
Repairing. Our excellent facilities for prompt
attention are at your service.

J. CHAS, SMITH
Jeweler and Optician
Harrington Hall Block
OCALA, FLORIDA

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Fort McCoy, Nov, 22. Mrs. J. R.
Johnson of Sparr spent last week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Hogan.
Misses Mattie Hogan and Annie

and Amy McRae were business callers
in Ocala-Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Harper's baby,

little Helen, has been very sick the

past week. We all wish to see her

well again.

Mrs. Calvin Barker: and children of

Ocala spent last week with her sister,
Mrs. Carrie McRae,

Mr. R. A.. Hogan is busy grinding J

cane this week. i

A preacher is now the state hang hangman
man hangman in Iowa. We suppose he never
sends a man up unprepared. Tampa
Tribune.
Up?

Talk is cheap unless you try it by
long distance telephone. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. It often costs like blazes to say
"yes" at short distance.

It is a queer war the Turks and
Greeks are having. It has been'going
on quite a while and neither side has
borrowed any money of us. St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Record.
The Greeks tried to.

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Veal and Mr.
and Mrs..Je3 Strickland spent Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at Crystal River.

Monday being the first day of the
open season, our woods resounded
with the noise of guns. Poor birds
and squirrels.

There is to be a Thanksgiving pro-

Tampa, as flagman.
News has been received here of the
arrival of Master Noel -Eaton Gul Gul-ledge,
ledge, Gul-ledge, ati the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Gulledge of Zellwood. Mrs, Gull Gull-edge
edge Gull-edge was formerly Miss Mattie Lou

Wright of Anthony.

Mr. Raleigh Shealy of Lowell has

gram at the Homeland school Friday I been visiting his sister, Mrs.. "W. "W.

evening. Everybody welcome. j Griffin.

"We are glad to say Mrs. Killer has

recovered from her recent illness.
J. F. Parker and sons are busy,
nvaking extensive preparations for
early spring trucking and general
farming. They will soon have seventy-

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
Machine hemstitching; artistic
handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.
Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala.
Phone 409. 15-tf

Code. Hill of Lockhart," one, of the
pioneer citizens of Orange county,
was the victim of a party of speed speeding
ing speeding autoists the otter night. The
aged man was killed instantly. He
had lived in Orange county fifty
years.

Lieut. H'nton, in his seaplane, Sam-
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.paio Coi re; a. II., n the way from New
York to R'o &- Jarreiro, .has reached
the South American mainland, and it
is hoped r,e wi?l reach Rio by Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. lie could hr.ve traveled faster
in a uin l'amraer.

The "Town Slouch" of the Orlando
Sentinel has not yet received that
peck of M-jrion county Irish potatoes
that he so anxiously wants. We hope
one of our wide-hearted farmers will

send him, prepaid, a peck of the cov

eted Spuds.

The devil has fought a losing fight

in St. Petersburg during the last five

weeks and his power for evil has been

PESTS-

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The members of the "Good Time

Club" enjoyed a wienie roast south
west of Anthony Tuesday night.

Mr. O. E. Eleager has purchased

the propert yof Mr. Melvin Burns.
Mr. Burn's and family left Tuesday

five acres broken for corn, peanuts I for Citra.

and sugar cane. J Little Paul Jones, Duke Mims and

Some of the farmers "find feed is J Eugene Talton have all been quite ill

getting scarce and are killing their If or the past week, the two former
hogs. One farmer killed eight Mon- I with penumonia and the latter with

day morning. One hog weighed 400 I malarial fever. We hope for them a

pounds. What do you think of that j speedy recovery.

for a piny woods hog? I Mrs. B. K. Padgett received the

Uncle Dan Barco spent Saturday j sad. news Monday night of the death

right and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I of her 'mother,1 Mrs. Scott, :who died at

Tom Dean of Early Bird. I the home of her daughter, Mrs. New-

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tucker and son, man of Jacksonville, The entire com-

Lloyd spent last Sunday with Mr. and miinityi' deeply ? sympathize with the

Mrs. Hathcock at Leroy. j bereaved i ones. . ;

Mr., and Mrs. A. A. "Woodward vis-I The hunters of -Anthony have been

ited Mr. and Mrs. Keller on Sunday, j quite. busy this-.week- A number have

The old friends of Mr. W. T. Hood been so lucky as to kill turkeys, while
of Archer regret very much to hear others brought in plenty of squirrels
rf V" t c" -rn coirtrr aii7i ir TT3, -frTTVl OT"! TT ov? "Kii1o

WJ. LkliJ JCAO.T 1.1 1 C. V C Jf m A. i V. JL. 111 v 1 J HUU UX UO j JL'
lived here and had many friends here. A number of teachers from, various
His relatives have our sympathy. parts of the county, also patrons and j
Miss Yvonnie Seckinger leads the visitors .enjoyed the Marion County;;
league next Sundav night. Teachers Association held at the An-'Al

There will be '. preaching at St. thony school building Saturday, Nov.
Johns church next Sunday. Services 18th. The crowd not only enjoyed the
morning and afternoon. Dinner on splendid dinner which. would have fed"
the grounds. Everybody welcome. twice the number present, but were
Uncle Ben, I see in the last issue treated to trays of Mr. Gates' well well-of
of well-of the Star where you made some known stew.
comment on' Putnam county not being Mr. and Mrs Hampden Smith of
able to pay off her teachers for last Sarasota are guests of Mrs. Smith's

year until .now.' What's the matter! brother, Mr. C.-V. Swam, and family,

with old Marion county, the richest

county in the state? The teachers I We buy second-hand furniture. Ap-

are on their third month and have! ply at Farmers Supply-Company, Ex-

not received any pay yet. There must position street. 10-tf

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be a loose screw somewhere here m

our own county. Of course, they Call 471 -Bine for the best red oak
haven't the money to pay with, but and pine strand wood- Four-foot
we can pay the superintendent $200 wood S3.50. Er Gibbons, North Os-

a month, $100 for his assistant and Iceola street. 16

$135 for attendance officer. This last

office is absolutely useless ana l tninK I BLITCHTON

an imposition on our already over

burdened tax paying people, and it Blitchton. Nov. 22. Mr. B. R.

seems to be the same way with the Blitch, Mr. Landis Bliteh and Mr.' I.

county commissioners. Our roafds are o Sa js re diner cane this

in an awful condition and almost im- J wee

Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec 1st.

Florida Auto Supply : Company
DISTRmUTOHS, v

D AT.O N IMHT IttMKSl
T'l ME A Npv: MM E

GoarantQed Mileage Fabrics, 7503 miles; Cords. 10,C S3
'miles. We make the ad.osfments. ,:
' Complete Line ot Anfo Accessories 1
PHone 291
314-320 N. Main St. OCALA, FI;A-

Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51

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"Quality in a SmaU Car't

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vit'i Jur.'i and
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passable in some .places, lhey say I

they have no funds with which to
work the roads, but it's an easy mat matter
ter matter to pay out $7000 for a county en

gineer and $200 for a demonstration
agent, which is useless to nine-tenths
of the farmers, especially the little

Mr. Landis Blitch entertained thirty-five
of his friends Friday night

with a cane grinding party. Chicken

purlo, crackers, pickles, cane juice,
oranges and bananas were served dur

ing the evening.

Mr. Roland Blitch of Lake Helen,

farmers, who need him most. This spent Saturday here and Sunday Mr.
money would be better spent if used BUtch and Mr Fenton Blitch went to

for repairing the roads. This loofcs Ce&iT Kevs for the dav.

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like straining at a gnat and going
around on the other side of the house
and swallowing a camel.
Tax Payer.

' 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

Delicious fruit cake.
Phone 278.

Orders taken.
21-6t

Mrs. Minnie Hammons is on the

sick list.

A number of our people attended

services at Fellowship Sunday after
noon.

Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Frazier, Miss

Carrie Barco, Miss Rachel Veal and

Mr. Ervin of Ocala, were guests of

Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch Tuesday

evening.

Our school will play the Williston

basketball team Friday afternoon.

Announcement
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We announce that we are official
dealers for the 'GRAY' passenger car
and truck for Marion Citrus: Sum
ter and Lake counties. We: will 'fee
glad to show .and demonstrate to
any one wishing to see the- good
points and qualifications of the Gray
Motor Car. Call or phone fordem fordem-onstration.

O'MEAt-HOLLY MOTOM COME

mm.

PHONE 516

Opposite Rest Room

OCALA, FLORIDA



OCALA EVENING STAB, THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1524

PERFECT PEACE: Tbon wilt

Tjprjr nir ui wu-wvw
feted It stayed on the: because t
Irasteth to thee. Isaiah 28: 3.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL
I have moved my shoe repair shop
to Gold street, east of the Anthony
road. 'I am better prepared than
ever before to give you good service.
Those in need of my. services will
please bring in their work and call
for same. H. H. SUMMERLIN,
11-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer.

If yon have any news Herns for this

department, phone five-one. .

Advertise in the Evening, Star.

PAtATKA-OCALA
BUS LINE
SCHEDULE

Leave Palatka .... 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala 11:45 A. II.
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.

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Ocala, Phone 527 f

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C. CECIL BRYANT
AUDITOR
Income Tax Consonant
Phone 481 Bine
1 Boom 23, Holder Block

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OCALA OBSERVA

You have only six days in which to

study up what' you are thankful for.

Our Shady correspondent says the

people, of that fertile region are mak

ing a grand scuffle for the fair.

Let us supply your groceries. Reas

onable prices and prompt deliveryour
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
108. 1-tf

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

Mrs- Allen Walkley will entertain

Saturday afternoon at auction, com

plimenting her sister, Miss Vesta

Jarrett of Little Rock, Ark.

Mr. and Mrs. Brakefield and chil

dren and Mrs. Brakefield's' mother of

Rodman, moved yesterday into Mrs.
E. B. Green's house on Oklawaha.

Orders for pies and cakes taken.

Lemon and applie pies a specialty.

Phone 135. 20-6t

(Evening Star Nov. 23, 1902)
Capt. H. a Keith, the well known
conductor, has gpne to Georgia to
take a run.
Mrs. Henry W. Little, wife of the
Episcopal clergyman, arrived here
from DeLand to join her heuband and
to make her home.
R. B. Stripling has moved from An Anthony
thony Anthony to Tampa.
Robert Taylor and family have

moyed into their house recently pur

chased in the southeastern portion of
the city.

This morning at Inverness Miss

Bonnie Dale was married to James
Kelly. The fair bride is the sister of
Mr. Will Dale of this city.

Mrs. C. C. Todd, Heron Todd, Miss

Sara Harris and Frankie Harris left

today for the Jacksonville carnival.

TREMENDOUS SALE
Of 14,0110 BOTTLES
Big Florida Drug Concern Places
Record Breaking: Order For
RECUMA Account Of
Increasing Popularity

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? sThe Star regrets to learn that Con

ductor R. J. Perkins of the A. C. L.

was taken sick when he went to Lake

land on his last run. Mrs. Perkins

went to Lakeland yesterday, to look
after;, him- Their friends hope to see
them home in a day or two.

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Todd, who have
been attending the State Fair in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville returned home today. Their
son, Leonard Todd, who is a student
at the University of Florida this
year, has been pu .in charge of the
radio station, which the university has
installed at the. State Fair.

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

Mrs. Locke of Syracuse, N. Y.,
daughter of Judge D. S. Williams, is

expected to arrive in Ocala today to

be with her father, who has been sick

at the hospital for the past week. The

friends of Judge Williams will be

glad to hear, that his condition is
somewhat improved.

A Word
To the Wise!
There's a time for all things.
It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The
fall season's here" and a paint
' job done now will stay a year.
Bring your car to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
them.
SPENCER PEDRICK
MOTOR CO.
PHONE 8

Mrs.'H.' B. Holland and son, Hugo

of Canada,: who have been staying at
the Arms House since coming to

Ocala." the first of this month, have

taken an apartment at the home of

Mrs. ",T. H. Johnson, where they will

be comfortably located for the re

mainder of the winter.

Plumbing & Electrical

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Contracting

Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully

given.

PHONE 252

Necdham Motor Co.

Mr. A. Frank Warren, president of

the Avoca Wheel Company of Avoca,

N. Y was a visitor in Ocala yester

day. His company is operating at a

number :fJ places in Florida, getting
out hickory and walnut for the manu

facture of wheels. Inverness right

now is their headquarters.

.

The- Star, is sorry to report that

Miss Helen Hardee, one of Ocala's

brightest girls and smartest' clerks,

has accepted a position in Cohen's big

store in Jacksonville not that we

grudge Miss Helen a good position,
but like all her other friends hate to

have her leave Ocala for another

town. She went to Jacksonville to today,
day, today, but promises to' return for a visit

Christmas,'

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Nov. 23, 1912)
After several days in Ocala, which

her friends hope were pleasant ones,

Mrs. Park Trammell left yesterday

for Tallahassee, which will be her

heme until 1917, when she may move

to Washington. While she was in

Ocala she owned the town and can
have it any time she will call for it.

She was accompanied to the train by

her hostess, Mrs. E. L. Carney.

The, Times-Union of Sunday printed
a picture of Mrs. William Hocker on

one of its society pages and said:

"Mrs. Hocker of Ocala was unani unanimously
mously unanimously elected president of the Flor

ida Federation of Woman's Clubs, at
the session, held in West Palm Beach

last week. Mrs. Hocker is a charm

ing woman with a magnetic person
ality and under her regime it is ex
pected that a great deal will be ac

complished for the federation. She

attended many of the beautiful func

tions for the delegates."

Mr. Harold Dunn, the valued young

foreman of the Ocala Lumber Com Company,
pany, Company, "left yesterday to take., charge
of some work for the company at its

big plant in St. Petersburg.

Mrs. J. W. Randall, the aged mother

of Mr. P. T. Randall, died last night
at the home of her son in Conner. She
was. over, eight years of age and had

been quite feeble for some time. She

was buried at three o'clock this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at Greenwood cemetery, this

city. Rev. R. F. Rogers officiating.

Lovely in every detail was the

luncheon given byMrs. S. T. Sistrunk

Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Park

Trammell of Tallahassee.

Mrs. John Dozier and her daughter-

in-law, Mrs. H. C. Dozier, left yester

day for Jacksonville, where they will
meet Dr. Dozier,, all returning home

today. Grandpa, Dozier is acting as
nurse fop the twoJpretty kiddies while
the lady folks are away.

Miss Edith Murray came up today
from Tampa and will be the guest of
Mrs,.Z. C. Chambliss.

Jacksonville, Nov. 22 The big

Florida wholesale drug firm, known as
the Groover-Stewart Drug Company,
whose main office is here, have placed
their order for fourteen thousand bot

tles of RECUMA, which is believed
to be -the biggest ever given for any

similar product in the history of Jacksonville.

. When a single d rug firm orders

nearly ten thousand dollars worth of
one medicine, and during its introduc

tory stage at that, it isn't hard to
realize that one thing alone is re

sponsible for such tremendous sales.

That one thing, more than anything

else is popular approval.

The fact that RECUMA is so wide

ly used and publicly endorsed by

some of the most prominent people-in

every, part of the state shows most
convincingly that RECUMA is doing

wonders for weak, thin and suffering

people who had never before been able

tc get relief.

Popular Here Too

The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store

says that RECUMA is fast becoming

just as popular here as it is in Jack-
tt i ...

sonvme ana many otner cities in
Florida. Their sales have already

exceeded their biggest xpecta tions.

Adv.

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

Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec 1st.

Cooking Utensils "S CLEAN

For quick results on
all metal ware us3

Cleans Scours Pclhlres

EmcI tSarras'a SouCn.NW Tats, O.S.A.

JUL

Large p-
cake V- ;. 1

No
waste

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JQCZEEZI

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OS SA1JB

Notice Is hereby (riven that the un

dersigned will m Monday, the' 4th day
of December, 1922, at-the west 4oor of

me eoijrt nouse m Ocala, Marlon coun county,
ty, county, Florida, and during: the legal hours
of sale, offer for sale at nubile sale and

will 'sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, personal prooerty belonging
to the estate of Nlchalos Rixzo, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, to-wit: Two trunks and. con

tents, consisting of towels, books.

music and other miscellaneous articles

as shown by inventory and appraise appraisement
ment appraisement on file and of record, county
Judge's office, at Ocala, Florida
fi. C. M. THOMAS,
Ex-Offlcio Admr. Estate of Nlchalos

Rlzzo. 22-23-24-25-27-2S-S0-1-1

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

W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and

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

COMMERCIAL
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THAT'S US",

PUBLISHING COMPANY

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

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER

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

oniracxor in u city.

Messrs. Spencer C. Bennett and Ed

ward J." Snyder of New York city;

who represent the Pathe Beview in

the capacity of director and camera
man respectively, and who, have been

taking pictures of Silver Springs un under
der under and. above water, left yesterday
for Miami. They say that they had
excellent results, and Ocala people
will be interested to hear that, the
films will be, shown, at the Temple
theater around Christmas, probably a
few days before.
A Star reporter Wednesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon .visited the creamery, and
found the manager, Miss Catherine
Pyles, as busy as a bee. Miss Pyles

is a very energetic young lady, and
Providence evidently intended her to
manage creameries, dairies and such.
The creamery is doing a fine busi

ness in milk and cream, butter and
buttermilk, .and highgrade ice cream.

It is a great convenience to the town

to have' such an institution. It de deserves
serves deserves all the patronage it can handle,

and when it has more it will build it

self larger

One of the Star's young men had
a mean trick played on him this
morning. He arose before daylight,
went out in the fields and in a brief
time shot twenty-two birds. He took

them to his car, and having a few
minutes and a few shells left, made a

short scout, hoping to shoot the limit.
....

wnen ne returned to his car but a
little later, the birds he left in it were

gone. Some son of a sheepthief, with
the conscience of weasel and. the

social disposit&ffF a buzzard, had
stolen his birds. A man that would
do anything like that would rob his

mother.

OAK VALE

Oak Vale, Nov. 22. We had not
learned wheri.we sent in last week's

items, about how many "ribbons" were

given to.(Oak Vale at the community
fair at Willistdn. Miss Lonie Clancy
received: three blues and four reds, her
brother, Mr. M. D. Clancy, received
four blues on farm products. The
latter were taken to the State Fair in

Jacksonville.
Mrs. Nick Priester and sons, Nick
Jr. and Allan. of Jacksonville, came
Sunday to spend some time with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. An Anderson.
derson. Anderson.
Mr. M. D. Clancy, and sister, Miss
Lonie and Mr. -C. W. Boyer and Mr.
Alton Boyer went to Gainesville' last
Friday. The men to take in the races
and Miss Lonie to. call on friends.
Mrs. Vivian Whitehurst and sons,
Elliot and Billy, and Mrs. Charles
Finney and .daughter, Theresa, spent

Monday -at their parents' home.

Some of the school boys had a

MotwaW onnnow rtnloTr riiffh of InA

school house, the proceeds to be used

in buying a baseball outfit.

Mr. and Mrs. Hodge and children

of near Dunnellon, and Miss Ethel

Strickland, their teacher, came Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon to spend the week weekend
end weekend with Miss Strickland's parents,

Mr. and Mrs. A. Strickland.

Mr. C. S. Mims received a telegram

Tuesday afternoon from his brother,
Mr. Ben Mims of Anthony, saying
that his son, Duke was very sick with

pneumonia in the hospital in Ocala.

Mrs. Cooper is still confined to her

bed. Her condition was worse last

week.

Prof. O'Hara ortranized a Junior

Christian Endeavor last week at the

community house.

EQUIPMB.NT
Beaded radiator. Km.
view mirror. Automatic
windshield wipe. Raia Raia-proof,
proof, Raia-proof, cae-plaaja windshield.
CowlHghta.
Cowl TcntiJatar. Kasnre
bead lamp. Toooeaa light
with long extmina cord.
Eiattt-day dock. Tferfaf.
proof Iiiiiiiimmiimi lock. 7ool
compartment in left front
door. Outride and inrirtr door
hmdlra.

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It is known for its striking beauty just as it is for its thor thorough
ough thorough dependability. Luxurious comfort is assured by the nine nine-inch
inch nine-inch seat cushions of genuine leather and the long semi -elliptic
springs, front and rear.
Power, flexibility and ease of handling arc combined to
make the Special-Six the most highly regarded five-passenger
car on. the. market. ,
By manuTacfuring complete motors, transmissions, bodies,'
tops, castings, forgings ami stampings, middlemen's profits on
such items are eliminated and one profit only is included in
' t Studebaker prices. Highest standards of workmanship are
maintain and materials are the finest the market affords.
In the Special-Six Touring Car you will find such value and
satisfaction as only Studebaker can offer.

The name Studebaker is your assurance of satisfaction.
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Non-Skid Cord Tire, Frost and Rear, Standard Equipment

McLEOD& WATERS

Albert's Plant Food is tne 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 Court raarmaey. tf

fort King Are. aud OaeeoU Street.

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ADVERTISEfilENTS
(HATES under this heading- are aa
toVvwB: Maximum of six lines one time
Ifcc; tbree times 50c; six times 75c: one
month 13.00. All accounts parable la
tTaaee except to those who hare reg
' alar advertising accounts. -.
LOST Gold wrist watch with bro-
cade black ribbon strap, Wednes Wednes-.
. Wednes-. day afternoon. Finder will be re rewarded
warded rewarded by return to Mrs. L. M.
.' Murray, 235 E. Second St. 23-3t
FORDS We have them; a sedan,
. coupe, touring "" and light truck.
Terms and prices right. Spencer-
Pedrick Motor Co, Ocala, Fla.
, Phone 8. 23-tf

WANTED Auto mechanic. Must be
first class. Ocala Motor Company,
phone 71. 23-3t
FOR SALE One good gentle maro,
extra fine buggy or saddle horse;
also two nice Jersey cows and two
Jersey heifers. Qne of the cows
will be' fresh by January. Will
sell cheap or J;rade fir land .near
town. W. D. Carn. 23-tf J
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
lay have same by identifying dog
and paying for this ad. Mrs. C. A.
Smith, 304 N. MainvSt.'22-V'
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
ADVERTISING CARDS Business
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
eopy. t However, "do it now." 2t
FOR SALE OR RENT Chevrolet
one-ton worm-drive truck. Ocala
Motor Co., phone 71. 22-3t
LOST Female pup three months old.
liver and white. Answers to name o
Fannie. Return to Ray & Thomson
office. 21-3t
FOR RENT Nice little cottage on
" East Fort King avenue, four rooms,
nar.t una hath ; mrv licrnta una water.
Nice place for children Apply to
Mrs. T. M. McLean. Phone 220. P.
O. Box 85. 21-6t
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping, nicely furnished, two
blocks east of court house. Apply
239 Oklawaha. Phone 507, 21-6t
FOR SALE i OR RENT Large two two-story
story two-story concrete building on south
side of South Fifth street, west
Apply to Mrs. Zora D. Mclver, Ir
vine, Fla. 20-10t
FOR SALE One 1919 Buick Six
Touring car. Price $450. Terms
if desired. This car lias 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 de-sired.
sired. 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
perience unnecessary; $50 a week
for full time; $1.00 an hour spare
time. The Hair Style Co., 6037
Woowlawn Ave., Chicago, I1L 16-7t
FOR RENT A six-room house, cor corner
ner corner Tuscawilla and East Second St.
D. Niel Ferguson."" 18-6t
sFOR SALE 1917 7-passenger Hud
son six; 1920 Maxwell touring;
1917 Ford touring; 1921 Ford tour
ing; 1918 Dodge touring; 1921 Ford
roadster; 1923 Ford touring. All
bargains. Apply to O'Neal & Holly
Motor1 Co., S. Magnolia. 18-6t
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1921 Buick
Six Touring. Terms if desired. See
Blalock Bros. tf
NURSERY STOCK Several hun
dred exceptionally fine Pineapple
orange trees on sour stock, for sale.
Marion County Nurseries, Ocala,
Fla. ll-13-18t
WANTED Two or three roomers,
with or without board. Rates reas reasonable.
onable. reasonable. Phone 543. Mrs. Geo. F.
Young, 512 E. 8th street, opposite
High School building. 16-6t
"OR 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

OCALA 0CCURREI1CES

If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.
Mrs. George MacKay and Mr. Al-
fred MacKay returned last night from
Atlanta.
On account of the numerous social
activities this week and the fair next I
week, the "A" Club will not meet until I
later. I
Meals and berth on steamers in-1
eluded in price of tickets Jacksonville I in
to Baltimore and Philadelphia. Ad-1
dress Mr. C. M. Haile, general agent, 1 0f
Jacksonville,' for fares to all points. I
New crop Curtis and Van Deman
pecans at O. K. Teapot. 23-2t
Mr. Robert Clarkson went to Jack- I
sonville yesterday on business and I
while there will also attend the State I
Fair. I
Mr. Ben Rheinauer has returned I
home from New York city, where he I
was called last week on account of the I
illness and death of his sister.
Everwear Hosiery just received at
FISHEL'S. t 9-St
New Hats weekly. FISHEL'S. 3t
Dr. C. T. Young arid his father, Col.
Young of Plant City, returned home
this afternoon after a short stay in
Ocala, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Robertson.
An indication of the approaching
holiday season is the many handsome
window displays of our 'merchants.
Rheinauer's window is the joy of the
small girl's heart.
"O, where did you get that lovely
hat, Mrs. Barnard?" At Fishel's. And,
my goodness! I never realized how
many dollars I could save until I start
ed buying there. I can get two hatsn
for the price formerly paid for one. 3t
-. ;
New crop Curtis and Van Deman
pecans at O. K. Teapot. 23-2t
The Girls' Auxiliary of the Baptist
church will meet Friday afternoon at
the church at four o'clock. At this
meeting there will be installation of
officers and initiation of new mem members.
bers. members. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. H. Engelken,
who for the last few months have
been making their home at Louisville,
Ky., where Mr. Engelken is head of
a large -bank, are in the city for a
few weeks'. Palatka News.
Chiropractic is a good, permanent
method of being restored to perfect
health, which means happiness. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of others are using this method.
Why not you. See Dr. Kiplinger, at
the Ocala House. 23-3t
Ratines, lovely shades. FISHEL'S.
Mr. W. W. Condon, manager cf the
Book Shop, left Tuesday night on his
fall purchasing trip to the northern
markets; Mr. Condon expects to bo
away about ten days and will buy a
full line of holidays goods for the
Book Shop and Gift Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Seabury left
yesterday for their home in New Bed
ford, Mass., after two weeks' visit
in Ocala, guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.
P. Davis. Mrs. Seabury was for
merly an Ocala girl and during her
visit in Ocala has been the honoree
of a number of delightful social -af
fairs.
Prepare for Fair Week. Go to
FISHEL'S for your Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hats, Ladies' Coats, Hosiery and
Men's Pants at reduced prices during
November. 9-3t
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 housekeeper isn't having much
trouble these days finding plenty of
fresh vegetables of the real honest to
goodness home grown kind. A Star
reporter passing the O. K. Teapot
Grocery this morning noticed the
pretty display of greens all over the
place looked almost like a garden
"sass" display at the fair. Upoi
being asked where ail this stuff was
grown Mr. Leitner said it was prac
tically all grown right around the out
skirts of town. The O. K. doesnt
overlook an opportunity to get for its
customers everything in the fresh :
vegetable line.
. : i
FORDS WE HAVE THEM
Sedan, coupe, touring and light
truck; prices right and terms. Spen-;
cer-Pedrick Motor Co., Ocala, Fla.
Phone 8. 23-tf

WOODMEN MEETING

Regular meeting Fort King Camp
No. 14, W. O. W., Friday night, Nov.
24th, Odd Fellows halL All members
urged to be present.
1
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
Policeman M. P. Bronson has re recovered
covered recovered the jewelry stolen by Cornelia
Johnson, colored, from Mrs. L. E.
Bourne, one of the tenants of the
Yonge flats. The colored woman,
while doing some work for Mrs.
Bourne, had a chance to swipe the
jewelry and took it. She was jailed,
and after some days Officer Bronson,
that diplomatic way of his, per
suaded her to reveal the hiding place
the valuables, which he captured
pronto and returned to their owner.
Dr. Kary J. Weihe, the local optom
etrist, is always doing things. His
friends have been noticing for the
past few days that he was wearing
octagon shaped lenses in his glasses
When Questioned about it. he said that
this "colonial" shape was again com
ing vogue after many years of in-
nocuous desuetude. One feature of
Dr. Weihe's glasses is that they were
ground in his establishment right
here in Ocala, as is a great quantity
of the work he turns out.
Mrs. L. M. Munroe and daughter,
Miss Frances Bangs of Biltmore, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala the first of the week
and are guests of Mrs. Munroe's
mother, Mrs. J. M. Martin.
HAS MANY SULPHUR SPRINbS
Oklahoma Has Wonderful 8upply of
8parkling Water Impregnated
With Health-Giving Minerals.
In southern Oklahoma not far from
the Texas boundary, a group of -30
healing springs, all of cold sparkling
water, were" set apart by congress
In 1904 under the title of 'the Piatt
national park. Most of them are sul sulphur
phur sulphur springs; others are impregnated
with bromides and other mineral
salts.
Many thousands yearly visit the
bordering city of Sulphur to drink
, these waters many camp In or near
the reservation ; the bottled waters
Dring reiier to thousands at nome. y
. All 'these 'Piatt springs, like those
at Hot Springs, Ark., were known to
the Indians many generations before
the coming of the white settler.
' According to a Chickasaw legend,
two warriors' competed for the hand
of, Deerfoot, a chieftain's daughter.
Both were killed by jumping off a
cliff. Then Deerfoot also jumped and
killed herself. The chief on the hill
top cried so many briny tearsthat,
according to Indian tradition, they
filtered down through the cliff and
mingled with the spring water, to
which they Imparted remedial qual
ities. :r
THE DEVIL-FISH IN DEMAND
Delicacy, Dried and Fresh in All
Sizes, Never Missing From the
v Stores of Manhattan.
The devil-fish tribe, big and small,
dried and s fresh, are never missing
from the stores of the Italian, Greek,
Spanish, Turko and Mongol colonies
of Manhattan. They range in 'size
from the small squid to the giant cut cuttlefish.
tlefish. cuttlefish. The cuttlefish can also al always
ways always be obtained, from one year's end
to another, pickled and canned In Its
own ink.
Sun-dried oysters are always obtain obtainable
able obtainable at Mongol stores throughout the
country. They never use canned
oysters. The bivalves are sold on rat rattan,
tan, rattan, and. circled (after drying) for
hanging up in stores.
Lobsters' tails, sun-dried, are a
great delicacy with the Greeks, and
are -Imported regularly. A caviar Is
imported from the Hellenes and all
along the Asia Minor seaboard. It
is the roe of the bashra which is salt salted
ed salted down, r.illd-cured and sun-dried to
a firm compactness which makes the
article almost as hard as wood. Then
it' is steeped in and given an effec effective
tive effective coating of beeswax. This will
preserve it for years and the slightly
fragrant beeswax, film will hold Its
faint hone jlike odor for as long.
This Is the real original Turkish
kavlar.
The man who knows enough to keep
his mouth shut, generally draws
healthful breath as well as a good
salary.
We begin to suspect that the mala
dy the Sick Man of Europe is afflicted
with is rabies. New York Tribune.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
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SHIPS FROM THE SEA
Mr sblD Is In from sea.

Ken come and bear away bar cargoes! j
wares; j
Tet greater and more splendid things to j
me
From far bazaars and distant porta she i
bears. ," j j
Along the great resounding dock there
drlf U j
The subtle scent of sandalwood and ; I
nard.
The harbor vanishes, the dream god lifts
The curtains of Romance ... Silent j
and starred
Night in the auken East hath come again;
Kashmiri vales and roses, fountain
sprayed;
Lute inuslc. cool and soft as April fain;
The murmured love song of a temple
maid ...
And valiant days of swift, free handed
might;
Battle and conquest, lance and toroh
and name;
And love and youth and feasting through
the night
In Jamshld's court before the Mongols
came.
. i
Let whoso will take profit of the fleets:
The gold and Ivory, corn and oil aad
wine ...
My treasures dock with every tide that
beats
-And every ship come In from sea la
mine.
C.T. Davis in Arkansas Gazette.
FELT TIRES FOR THE ROCKER
Housewife Need No Longer Worry
Over Possible Injury to He
Cherished Polished Fleers.
It is aggravating to the housekeeper
when the varnished surface of a floor
becomes worn by the rockers of a
chair. This annoyance can be pre
vented and longer life given the floor
finish by gluing a strip of felt' to the
underside of each chair rocker. Liquid
glue or linoleum cement can be used
for holding the felt strip to the wood.
In order to bring the felt into contact
with the wood at all points, the method
of clamping shown in the drawing
should be used, and vthe board and
clamps allowed to remain overnIght.T overnIght.T-Popular
Popular overnIght.T-Popular Mechanics Magazine.
Pets Must Behave Themservee,
Roosters that crow and dogs that
bark between 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.
will cost their owners $10, for each
offence under an ordinance adopted in
Montclair, N. J. The crowing and
barking still is permitted in the day daytime.
time. daytime. While there Is danger f al almost
most almost any one's dog or rooster step stepping
ping stepping over the line a clause in the
ordinance says there must be a de definite
finite definite fracture of the peace to produce
....
a vioiauon. c
Odd Excuse Didn't Serve.. :
"Judge not that ye be not Judged,"'
was the excuse given by a Londoner
for objecting to serve on a jury at
Preston sessions. JBe stated that he wa
a believer In Jesus Christ and must
respect the Savior's injunction abomt
judging. But. the bench interpreted
his quotation from the Bible different
ly and fined him $25.
A ouiersiuA n v vah am
Mrs. Peek: Make up year snlnd,
Henry, there'll be no' more of .this
wine, women and song staff.
Henry N. Peck: I don't earelf
the country does go dry. And J al always
ways always did dislike t this t popular song
trash. But I. never dared ihooetthst
women a! so,i wo ul d ibetabol Ish sd.'
Motorists' Narrow Escape.
PeUce of Yonkers, N.- report a
strange accident to an automobile op
erated by a New York man. While the
car was taking a turn at sign syeea
It skidded and dashed through a Car Carrier
rier Carrier of boards inclosing a street ex excavation.
cavation. excavation. It fell with a crash 25 feet
Into the hole. There were twe oc occupants
cupants occupants who were taken out ef the
wreckage uninjured.
College Girl Thinks.
"She thinks sometimes seUshly;
sometimes altruistically bmt she gen generally
erally generally thinks." And because she
thinks. -: Miss Jean Marie Richards,
dean of women at Syracuse university.
finds the modern college gin "no
worse and often much better than the
modern girl in generaL" New York
Herald. v
Bees Pre-empted Car.
The man with the record number
of bees in his bonnet has been found
in Nairobi, Kenya colony, Afriea. A
Nairobi motorist stopped to transact
some business at the post office. When i
he came out he found that a hive f
bees had swarmed under the bonnet
of his car. They could not he moved,
and he had to waTc home.
Should Be Reversed. (
A British Columbia reader says she
has noticed a peculiar coincidence In
Vancouver. On the same avenue with
In a few blocks of each other are A.
Barber and A. Butcher; the former hat
a butcher shop and the latter a barbel

HOW'S Y0DR 9
AUTO RUNNING

Maybe you hear those little
squeaking noises in the running
of your car. If so, you'd bet
ter have us listen to them for
you they may be serious. We
are experts in repairing elec electrical
trical electrical troubles.
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DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
James Engeaser
Phone 258 Night Phone 532
121 West Broadway
:
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
Bowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c and S2 package at the
Court Pharmacy,
18-tfY
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec 1st.
Delicious fruit cake.
Orders taken.!
Phone 278.
21-6t

OURTffpNES
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CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE ail d TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET' CANNED GOODS
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YOUIISt FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY

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

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' Arrival and departure of passenger
suns At. OCALA UNION STATION,
fhe following schedule figures pub pub-used
used pub-used information and not guar-
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-ATLANTIC COAST LINE R R,
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Leave or Station "Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg v 2:27 : m
2;27ara: 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 V 1:16 pm
TJlflmm' (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm,
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pa
(p)Monday, Wednesday. Friday,
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville- York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville -1:15 pm
4:06 pm- Jacksonvflla 4:03 pm
.-:.'. Tampa-Manatee-' -1:55
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NYork'-St. Petrsborg 1:35 am
1:55 wn x Tampa -. v 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
3;00 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm
FOOTBALL GAME AT THE FAIR
' Rotable among -the amusements
during the fair will be the football
game Thursday, the 30th, between the
Ocala and Bartow elevens. -"..
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Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec 1st.
In the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park .. for aT front
yard. Every modern conveni conveni-ence
ence conveni-ence in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
tOBERT M. MEYER, Manager,
r. E. HAVANA UGH Proprietor
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LONG DISTANCE LIOVCiG
Visitors to the
1 Cemetery
Usually' admire mosxnsests of
simple dignity and good taste.
- We are jroua to say that me memorials
morials memorials of our j-aking are se selected
lected selected as the' finest of all they
have seen. Our work is not ex expensive.
pensive. expensive. You can procure n
monument fofV surprising !y
small cum eonsiderin; quality
and workmanship.
OCALA I1ARBLE WORKS
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