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WEATHER FORECAST-Partly cloudy in north and local showers in south portion tonight, probab ly light frost tonight in extreme north portion; Saturday fair and cooler. TEMPERATURES This Morning, 58; This Afternoon, 64
Sun Rise Tomorrow, 7:01; Set, 5:27 OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NalsT
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CAMPAIGN BY THE GOVERNMENT
BURY THEIR DEAD
AGAINST DISHONEST CONTRACTORS
HUB OF AMERICAN CULTURE
Intends to Deliver Another Great Address in Boston This
Boston, Nov. 24, (By Associated
Press). Georges Clemenceau was up
at dawn putting the finishing touches
on the second formal address of his
American tour which he will deliver at
four o'clock this afternoon in Tre Tre-mont
mont Tre-mont Temple. Refreshed by a night's
sleep, the "Tiger" appeared even more
jubilant than yesterday over the en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic reception given him by Bos Boston
ton Boston and other cities between here and
CUT BACK AT HIS CRITICS
The "Tiger" of France lashed back
at his critics in the Senate today, in
the first American interview granted
to the Associated Press, replying par particularly
ticularly particularly to the criticisms of Sena Senators
tors Senators Hitchcock and Borah: Referring
to Hitchcock's characterizations of
him as a militarist, M. Clemenceau
dared Hitchcock to go to France and
learn the facts.
CORN IS AMERICA'S
Washington, Nov. 24. Corn, the
red man's gift to the white man, has
come to be the nation's most import important
ant important farm crop. Consumed either di directly
rectly directly or in the form of meat and
other animal products, it is the prin principal
cipal principal source of the nation's food sup supply.
ply. supply. The 1921 year-book of the de de-partmetn
partmetn de-partmetn of agriculture shows just to
what extent the three billion bushel
crop forms the basis of the livestock
industry. Forty per cent of the crop
is fed to swine on farms, 20 per cent
to horses and mules on farms, and
15 per cent to cattle on farms. Only
ten per cent is used direct for human
Corn was one of the most important
gifts America made to the rest of the
world. The United States now pro
duces about three-fourths of the
world's corn crop. That corn also is
an important crop in Argentina, Bra
zil, Mexico, and some of the southern
European countries, is shown in the
Weather, insects and plant diseases
have a great deal to do with regulat
MacSWINEY GIRLS ARE
BENT ON MARTYRDOM
Free State Government Shows Little
Sense in Keeping Mary
Dublin, Nov. 24. (By Associated
Press). Miss Annie MacSwiney, who
had fasted outside the gates of Mount
Joy prison since last Friday as a pro
test against the imprisonment of her
sister, Mary, was removed by friends
last evening to a private nursing
home. She was in a very weak con
dition and refused to take food. Mary
MacSwiney in prison now refuses
visits from prison doctors and nurses.
THE LIMIT ON QUAIL
IS TWFNTY A DAY
The impression appears quite com
mon among hunters that the number
of quail permitted under the law to
any one hunter per day is twenty-five,
Contrary to this impression, the law
specifically declares that the number
of such birds that may be killed by a
hunter in one day must not exceed
Section 5787 of the General Statutes
of Florida, Acts of 1921, "prohibits
killing more than one deer, or more
than two turkeys, or more than twen
ty quail, or more than twenty-five
birds of any other species in one day,
and prohibits any party of three oi
more camping or hunting together,
having in their possession more than
two deer or five turkeys at any one
time, or during one hunting or camp
Section 5700 of the General Revised
Contest Will be Vigorous Against The
Bill During Special Ses Session
sion Session of Congress
Washington, Nov. 24. (Associated
Press). Widely conflicting views as
to the wisdom of enacting the admin administration
istration administration shipping bill were presented
to the House today by republican and
democratic speakers. Representative
Lehlback, republican, declared the
country would not have a merchant
marine unless the plan proposed in tha
pending bill is adopted. Representa
tive Davis, democrat, declared the ad administration
ministration administration is trying to force the
measure through a Congress elected
when subsidy was not an issue.
WORKING ON OLD
MAN CROKER'S WILL
Degenerate Son Trying to Oust The
Woman Who Soothed His
Father's Last Days
Dublin, Nov. 24. (By Associated
Press). Attorneys for Richard Cro Cro-ker
ker Cro-ker Jr. have initiated in probate court
here a suit to have condemned the al
leged last will of Richard Croker Sr.,
dated Oct. 12, 1919, under which Mrs.
Bula Croker, widow of the late Tam
many chieftian, claims to be the sole
Motion Made by Bonar Law in House
Of Commons Sustained By
a Big Majority
London, Nov. 24. (By Associated
Press). The first division in the new
house of commons which occurred
this afternoon was carried by the gov
ernment by a majority of 103 votes
against the laborite opposition. The
vote followed labor opposition to Pre
mier Bonar Law's motion that the
government be empowered to take all
the time of the house for government
business at this session.
GOVERNMENT SUPPORTING THE
Premier Bonar Law introduced in
the house of commons a bill to effect
the constitution of the Irish Free
State and the Free State "consequen "consequential
tial "consequential provision bill."
Birmingham, Nov. 24 (Associated
Press). The Birmingham district to today
day today prepared to lay to rest the first
of its eighty-four dead whose lives
were snuffed out Wednesday by an
explosion of coal dust in Dolomite
mine No. 3 of the Woodward Iron
Company. The dead belong to the
district and their graves are bein&
dug in nearly every little cemetery in
Many miners burned by the explo
sion or disabled by the fatal after
damp declare as soon as they are able
they will return to their work in the
NO SICKNESS FOR NEVILLE
METHODIST MISSION BOARD
SPENT OVER FIVE IMLLION
Philadelphia, Nov. 24. Total dis disbursements
bursements disbursements of the board of home
missions and church extension of the
Methodist Episcopal church for 1922
were $5,084,367, according to Dr. Wm.
J. Elliott, treasurer, in his report at
the board's annual meeting yesterday.
The report showed that $2,259,209
had been spent on home mission work,
and for reconstruction snecials. which
-. t. i i i r i a I x-
renaity xor violation is nxea at include scholarships and aids to stud
ents, summer training conferences
and co-oneration with theoloerical
Statutes, 1921, prohibits any person I hoolg and colleges; co.operation
Kiiimg more tnan two aeer, or nve ... PftmmnT,itlvs nnr1 im-nt. pnmmt
x i rtnn u: 3 I
turys, or oW ux any game tee on Indian work, $322,712; for the
species during any one open season. ljirirnny emission, hnmn
t u. j- c i i orrnn i o o o
renauyiur vauums nxeuai nf .-phitertairo innt commission on
The open season for quail, wild tur- tat scnooa. interdenominational
keys and turtle doves runs from Nov. work education and foreign speaking
zu to reo. 10, wnicn period is aiso iiterature. m 10.594. and other inci-
mg tne size 01 tne crop m tne united open season tor squirrels, swan, geese, dental disbursements $227 703
stie3. xiie eauraiueu loss causeu oy orant, qucks, rails, coots ana pipers, Th t t centenarv receiDts for the
common smut alone during the period curlews, snipe or plover. The open fi veaP werp $5 ic ai2 The hoard
1917-1920 was placed at about eighty season for pheasants runs from Nov. $104990 through tne Aaath
Mu 1 11 n rm I n I o
muiions 01 ousneis annually, ui in- 1 zv to uec. zv
A dispatch from New York the
other day represented Geo. W. Ne
ville, cashier of the Bank of Dunnel-
lon, as being too ill to go to New
York to stand trial in connection with
Sharum, the confidence man, for
whom Mr. Neville cashed a draft in
Mr. Neille was in town today, look
ing well and hearty, and said he was
ready to go to New York any time he
was wanted, the sooner the better, as
he wants to get the trouble over and
Mr. Neville has been a citizen of
Marion county nearly thirty years
and has the confidence and good will
of all with whom he has had dealings
during that time.
sect pests the corn-ear worm, where
abundant, causes a loss of at least
seven per cent of the grain on the
ears attacked. The European corn
borer also threatens to take a heavy
It is stated that the production of
the corn crop is financed with le3S
Dorrowed capital tnan is tne case
with other staple farm crops. The
reason for this is that the farmer's
income is distributed throughout the
year more evenly than is the case in
many other sections, and because the
direct investment in the crop consists
more of the farmer's own labor and
less of purchased material and equip
ment than is the case in many other
The yearbook, which is obtainable
through congressional representatives
from the department, contains much
data of Interest and value to produc
ers, including chapters on production
costs and figures, financing and ad
vice on production according to seas seasonal
onal seasonal supply and demand to act toward
preventing future crises for the corn
of seventy-five annuitants, and loaned
$265,694 to seventy-one churches dur during
ing during the year.
'Every building is the nineteen in-
Electra, Nov. 22. Last Wednesday
Mr. Lee Halford and mother and
Floyd Hemburgher called on Miss
A social will be held at the home
of Miss Helen Harris on Friday eve
ning, Nov. 25th.
Work on the state highway is pro
Mrs. MacDonald from Lynne is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Tobe Caldwell.
The B. Y. P. U. will meet at four
o clock next Sunday. Topic "Home
Mission Survey." Leader, Clarence
W. Harris. All are welcome.
Rubber-block Davm? is to h n7r. to cook- and
ed on St Martin's Lane. Tendon PW. a11 the domestic
land. Rubber, in addition to be noise- in' the cuttte clothes and
less, gives a hard, solid foundation,
and lasts longer than ordinary pav
ing material, altho the initial ex
pense is greater, according to jav
Orange Springs, Nov. 22. Mrs.
Clements, daughter and grandson of ADVANCEMENT IN
&parr, spent last weeK witn ner NEGRO RELIGIOUS WORK
daughter, Mrs. O. E. Motes
miss Aine jonns, our teacner, vis- Cincinnati. O.. Nov. 24. (By the
ited her mother at Oak last Saturday Associated Press). More has been
and bunday. accomnlished in the last three vears
Messrs. Jones, Henry Rast and Jim for the education and advancement of
Wilson of Leesburg visited here this the neer0es in America, unon which
weeK, navmg come down tne UKia- the board of education for negroes of
waha in Mr. Rast's boat. tv0 ATetVi;t ttooI v,-v,
expended $2,000,000 durin? that time.
Green Cove Springs, where she will than durmg any other like peri0d in
spend tne winter. ithe history of the race, according to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keenan and Dr. L Garland Perm, one of the cor-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kast made a trip responding secretaries of the board
to Leesburg last luesday. iney at- money expended by the board
tended tne cross state canal meeting has been used in greeting new build
and Sparks' big show, returning ings enlarging endowments, advanc-
Thursday. lins teachers' salaries and eauinment.
Alr. jonn .Larson went to tsirming-1 he said
ham last week, to enter the hospital
10 rtreatment 01 a Dau sore on ms stitutions receiving aid from the
face. I hoard has been rpnniiw? a-nr? iwinrnir.
Mr. Charles Smith and family havb ed. in some cases receivine the first
3 a it. t-;i 1 i-: t I
moveo into tne itues nouse, wnicn coat of pamt in years Dr. Penn said
they recently purchased and Mr. "Heatine plants have been installed
Smith will manage the turpentine and the general comfort of the stud
business here. I ents increased ns well n tho wroator
On lhanksgivmg evening there win safety for life and property.
be a party at the home 01 Mrs. r. w. "Several DroDerties have been nnr-
bears. Kef reshments will be sold tor chased, one each at Nashville, Tenn.
tne oenent 01 tne cnurcn. r.veryoooy Meridian, Miss., Owensboro, N. C.
come and enjoy the fish pond. Baltimore. Md.. Hollv Snrines. Miss
ine report 01 tne cross state canai acd Orangeburg, S. C. In other in
meeting from our representative is stitutions additions have been made
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ver yencouragmg. beverai counties to existing buildings and equipment."
were well represented and mucn m- Dr. Penn declared the advance in
terest Was shown. Col. Youngberg education nnd enntrelism nf tTio no
showed where the canal would pay gr0 had just begun and that more
ior nseir in a very snort time m a would be done in enlarging church and
saving on ireignt rates, mere were educational plants in the next ten
many mterestin gaddresses. years than had been done in the Dast
"Every boy sad gtrl ought to learn During the scholastic year 1921-22
girl ought to learn there were 6383 students in the nine
included in sew-j teen institutions, with 405 teachers
an increase of forty-eight teachers
ana biu students over the previous
year. The current expenditures of
the institutions amount to $1,041,000
Undaunted Workers, as Soon as Their
Wounds are Healed, Will Take
Up Their Tasks Again
Evidence of a Forty Per Cent Swindle in One Training Caisp
CANDIDATE TO HAVE
HIS THROAT CUT
Abdul Medjid Effendi Inducted Into
His Figurehead Office
Washington, Nov. 24. (Associated
Press). A series of suits for recov recovery
ery recovery of monies expended for construc construction
tion construction of war cantonments has been de- j
cided on as the next step in the gov government's
ernment's government's campaign against alleged
frauds under war contracts. The num number
ber number of suits to be filed has not been
definitely decided upon but it is in
dicated that a dozen or more separ separate
ate separate actions are in prospect.
A SAMPLE CAMP
Unofficial estimates place the total
that will be sought in all recovery
suits contemplated at more than $75, $75,-000,000.
000,000. $75,-000,000. In one camp costing $13, $13,-000,000
000,000 $13,-000,000 auditors are said to have
found indications of an excess expen expenditure
diture expenditure of five or six million.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
ELEVEN IN ATLANTA
Expectations of a Great Football
Game Tomorrow With
Constantinople, Nov. 24. (By the
Associated Press). Abdul Medjid
Effendi, the newly elected caliph, was
formally invested with power today.
The ceremony took place at Topcapou
EDISON STANDS FIRST WITH
YOUNG CHURCH PEOPLE
Atlanta, Nov. 24. (By Associated
Press). The University of Florida
football squad has arrived here for
the scheduled game with Oglethorpe
University tomorrow. The local team
with make strenuous efforts to even
accounts with Florida for the Gators
have the better end of the argument
for two games of the three played.
OUR HIGH OFFICIALS
WILL EXCHANGE OPINIONS
PITY IT WASN'T
Erskine Childers Instead of His Chief
Executed for Having a Pistol In
Reddick, Nov. 24. Dr. P. T. McClel
lan is spending this week in Gaines
ville and Jacksonville, combining
business with pleasure.
Mr. Oliver Denham, who was ope
rated on for appendicitis -at the hos hospital
pital hospital last Wednesday, is doing nicely
and expects to be able to be removed
to his home here next week. Mr. Den
ham was teaching school at Okla
waha when he was taken ill.
Mrs. A. C. Maddox and daughter,
Marie of Alachua were the guests o:
Mrs. Maddox's daughter, Mrs. Geo.
W. Dansby last week-end. Mrs.
Dansby was a victim of dengue fever 1
but is up again.
Mrs. Mervin Waters and baby of
Cocoa are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Cam.
Mr. J. W. Edmondson of Jackson
ville is enjoying the hunting season
here for a few days. While here he
is the guest of Mr. E. H. Hopkins
Mr. J. B. Newman of Jacksonville,
spent several days here last week, the
guest of his sister, Mrs. J. H. Williams.
Misses Eva and Hilda Sherouse of
Citra are visiting Mrs. Clarence Gel-
and this week.
Mrs. W. J. Philson and two bright
children of Savannah, are the guests
of Mrs. J. W. Wilson for a few days
Mrs. K. K. Boles and daughter,
Mrs. M. P. Shaw of New York city.
arrived Tuesday to spend the winter
on Chicora plantation, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hopkins.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Friday left Sun
day for St. Augustine Beach, where
they will spend two weeks. They will
also spend some time in Jacksonville.
Mr. S. Nash of Helena, Ga., arrived
Wednesday and will spend the winter
with his sister, Mrs. "Mary E. Rou.
Mrs. W. W. Condon of Ocala was
tne guest of Miss Clara Smith Wed
Chicago, Nov. 24. Thomas Edison
stands first in the estimation of the
young people of the Methodist Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church, according to a ballot
taken by the Epworth Herald, official
organ for the 750,000 organiged college-age
people of Methodism.
Seventy-four names of the great
and near-great were included in the
ballots, and voting was done on a
scale of ten above and ten below zero,
with zero indicating indifference to toward
ward toward or imnorance of, the person con concerned.
cerned. concerned. On the final average Thomas Edi Edison
son Edison stood first, with a score of 8.80,
while Theodore Roosevelt was second
by a very small fraction, his score
being 8.78. Next in order were
Shakspere, Longfellow, Tennyson,
Herbert Hoover, Dickens, General
Pershing, Lloyd George and Volstead.
An oli-well shooter narrowly es
caped death near St. Marys, West
Virginia, recently, when a charge of
nitroglycerine exploded in a well
while he was preparing to lower an
other shot. When the first shot went
off the shooter coverede the can of
shot number two with his body, lying
on the ground. He was covered with
a shower of small rocks but the nitro
under his body did nnot explode. The
derrick was wrecked and a mast
head from the rigfell close to a wagon
which contained 60 quarts of nitro.
It is believed a stone caused the shell
to go off as the well had not been cased.
Dublin, Nov. 24. (By Associated
Press). Erskine Childers, chief lieu
tenant of Eamon DeValera, was ex
ecuted here this morning at seven
o'clock for having a pistol in his pos
session, according to an announce
ment in an offivial bulletin given out
by the national army.
KING OF CORN MAY BE
DETHRONED BY QUEEN
Chicago, Nov. 24. The "Corn King
of the World," a title given to the
sweepstakes winner each year at the
International Grain and Hay Show,
may be a queen when judges decide
the winner at this year's show, which
opens here Dec. 2.
W. J. Ulrey of Attica, Indiana, win winner
ner winner of the sweepstakes in region three
at the 1919 and 1921 shows with" his
ten-ear exhibit of yellow corn,' laid
plans to enter this year's contest but
was stricken with a fatal illness.
Mrs. Ulrey, undaunted, took up the
work of her husband and is planning
fr enter the race in her husband's
place. Assuming active management
of the farm, she completed the crop
planted by her husband and selected
the ears which will form her exhibit.
A touch of realism is added to fire
drills in Chicago public schools by the
explosion of "movie" bombs causing
smoke to flood the corridors and exits.
There is no fire but the pupils are not
aware of this fact. The conducts of
the pupils during the drill is excellent.
Comparatively study of photogra
phic plates made at the Arequipa sta
tion of the Harvard College Observa
tory in Peru, has resulted in the dis
covery of several new variable stars
and a large quanity of nebulae. It
is said that some of the new stars are
thousands of times brighter than the
Calling it a flexible tariff does not
neseccarily mean that it isn't about
the stiff est yet. Manila Bulletin.
In Doubt About Policy to be Adopted
Toward Merger of Morris
Washington, Nov. 24 (Associated
Press). Although the various inter
ested agencies of the government
have about completed their individual
investigations of the proposed merger
of the packing concerns of Armouf
and Morris, there were indications to
day that no final policy would be. de decided
cided decided upon until there has been a full
exchange of opinion among high ad
ministration officials generally.
When it comes to making and in income
come income tax return, money talks with
an impediment m its speech. Col
A Mishigan jury has at last con
victed a woman of murder in the first
degree, but it was her father-and-law
she killed. Charleston Gazette.
A Frenchman, Dr.Gabriel Bidou,
has discovered methods to replace
paralyzed and useless muscles with
mechanical equivalents. In most
cases the "artificial muscle'4 is a
spring, so adjusted that when the
weight of the body is released from
the limb effected, it is brought for forward
ward forward as it would have done had the
muscle contracted naturally.
Conservative: One who believes in
the things forced on the world yester yesterday
day yesterday are radicals. Edmonton (Cana (Canada
da (Canada ) Journal.
Milk is not so much adulterated as
it was. The bootleeeers are crowd
ing the milkman away from the pump.
New York Tribune.
It is not clear yet whether Russia
wants to take a hand in Armenia or
just be there when the relief food
from America arrives. Washington
Nations seem much more diginified
when fighting for the right than when
fighting for what is left. Associated
It begins to look as tho they named
him Dr. Sun because not a day goes
by they don't get a rise out of him.
making the faiUCUls ger.traUy," de
clared Dr. Charles W. Eliot, president
emeritus 01 narvard university, in
an address to the Woodrow Wilson j for the school year, twice the sum ex-
Club at the university.
The ships we'd like to see Europe I The monarchists seem to feel that
scrap are receivershins. Washineton tne war clouds in Europe presage a
Post. Ireigny day. Asheville Times.
pended five years ago.
Kussia may be free, but is obvious-1 The hand that rocks the cradle
ly not easy. Columbia Record. I pulls the trigger. Columbia Record.
The Turk's foothold in Europe re reminds
minds reminds one of Joe Stecher's famous
toe-hold. Philadelphia Inquirer.
Germany's heaviest cloud appear to
be dun colored. Washington Post.
It's our idea that it is downright
unfair to raise an innocent young
king with no preparation whatever
for private life. Dalas News.
If Berlin can't come across with the
gold ones, France may be persuaded
to accent a few landmarks. Manila
Nobody wants another war, but,
on the other hand, nobody wants to
see another peace like this one. Col
When De Valera tries to divide Ire Ireland
land Ireland he must remember that dividing
by one leaves things the same as
they were before. Manila Bulletin.
Fuel hint. When you get a cinder
in your eye run home and put it in
the coal-bin. Toledo News-Bee.
The mark has fallen again. The
only consolation is that it soon will
will have no place to go but up. Sa.
The trouble about some of the aliens
who knock at our gates is that they
intend to knock at our Government.
a A . m
adoui au tne price at tne mine
proves is that they are lucky who
have a mine in the neighborhood.
West Palm Beach Post.
All the dead-broke nations seem
agreed that it is somebody's duty to
finance Germany. Kitchener (Can (Canada)
ada) (Canada) Daily Record.
When it comes to world charity, L.
D. stands for Literary Digest and its
slogan in such cases, "Let's dig!"
uai, we wouia nice to see is a
real cure for baldness that can't get
pushed over on one ear when you take
off your hat. Washinton Post.
We suspect the British game of
Beaver" was instigated by the bar
bers' union. Columbia Record-
It is time to say a good word for
Russia's Soviet Government.' It has
made Big Bill Haywood wort Tole
Ambassador Harvey wants the Ten
Commandments rewritten. The next
best thing to that would be to have
them re-read occasionally Washing
xtic BiTCVLs in neu must De m
frightful shape, unless the good inten
tion used for paving last longer than
they do up herev San Diego Tribune.
Conner, Nov. 22. Rev.- A. M. MTm
of Citra, pastor of the Methodist
church at old Grahamville, was visit
ing among his members last Thurs
Mrs. W. A. Cate arrived Saturday
from Center Hill to join Prof. Cate,
and they are comfortably located at
the home of Mr. and Mrs P. T4 Ran
dall at Conner.
J. R. Peebles, who is working at
Astor, spent several days with hia
family this week. He returned yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, accompanied by W. C. WaH 5
and Henry Mason.
Harvey Smith, Mrs. Smith and
children of Ocala, were visiting rela-
tivesin the community yesterday.
Grady Smith and Ralph Gnann
have returned from a short stay with
relatives at Hawthorn.
W. H. Garrettson left Monday for
Astor, where he will be engaged in
painting for several weeks.
Dont forget the get-together
meeting at the high school building
j iiu. vsaiAS uiu uw
teachers wish to meet the patrons 1M
friends of the schooL
R. L. Hunt and B. F.' Condon of
Ocala were in the neighborhood early
Monday morning with guns and dog.
There will be a sing at the Baptist
7 o'clock. It will be mostly s practice
01 tne church and Sunday school
Friends of Lonnie Randall will be
sorry to know that he has been cmite
sick for several days with dengue
E. O. Powell and B. O. Gnann werts
business visitors in Ocala yesterday.
Uur hearts and those of the com- ;
m unity at large go out in sympathy to
the family of Rev. E. M. Henderson,
whose death occurred in Jacksonville
last Wednesday morning. The re remains
mains remains were brought to his old home
near Lynne and on Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon were buried in the cemetery of -the
Oklawaha Bridge Baptist church.
snort funeral services were conducted
by Rev. C. L. Coffins ot Ocala.
"Death cannot come to him 'untimely
wno is fit to die.
The less of this cold world, the more
The briefer life, the earlier Immor
European statesmanship seems to
be a ship without a rudder, masts,
sails, propellers or engines. Green Greenville
ville Greenville Piedmont.
If you dont believe there ar r-
dry-bone spots in America, just buy
some stock in certain oil companies.
John D. Rockerfener. Jr f,
the eight-hour day. Work eight
hours, sleep eight hours, and step on
Evening Public Ledger.
The flapper style
dear things will hit on something
-c lame-JUoiumbia Re
cord. " "
Business goes where it is irrrteL
and stays where it is well treated.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1922
Ocala Evening Star
Published Ever Dp y Keet Saaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
H. J. Blttlacer, President
H. D. Jarcaod, Yf?e-Prsldcat
P. V. Larcaod, Seeretry-Trearer
"j."u. Beajaaala, KdltT
Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postoffic as
which he will move as soon as com completed.
pleted. completed. Dr. Moremen will set out two
or three acres of citrus fruits this fall
and expects ultimately to develop his
entire place in grove. His will be a
six-room bungalow fully equipped
with lights and water.
Next week work will be started on
four more bungalows of four to six
looms each, each of an attractive and
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Shady, Nov. 22. Miss Ida Perkins
is visiting relatives at Edgar and
Cedar Key and expects to be away
until after Christmas.
Mrs. E. J. Mason of Lyons, Ga., is
visiting her brother, Mr. W. B. Jone3,
Miss Katy Allen, the much liked
SO PER GENT. FLORIDA
Startling Statement Made by a Re Renowned
nowned Renowned Visitor in Jacksonville
A two-acre orange ,' teacher of Calvary school, was the
grove will be planted in connection j guest of Miss Vivian Douglas Satur Satur-vith
vith Satur-vith each. Each place will have a j day and Sunday.
garage. From ten to twelve of these j Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Counts of
farms and bungalows will be develop- Ocala were Sunday visitors of Mr.
ed by the Messrs. Painter. The Messrs. Counts' father, Mr. Jume Counts.
Painter will plant seven acres in cit citrus
rus citrus fruits on their o-.vn farm this fall.
The land3 of Broadacres Dairy
Mrs. Dave Ulmer of Santos gave a
candy pulling for the Senior B. Y. P.
U. last week which was well attended
Farm lie across the ridgelands and j by this union and many friends of the
THE RIGHT TO SMILE
This life's a serious affair
And far too short, we nr. a.
To settle every doubt and care
That creeps Into the mind.
And so I said. There's need of haste!
If Pleasure should beguile
The hours away, how sad the waste!
I hae no time to smile!"
A gleam of sucshine crossed the sky.
A baby laughed with glee;
In solemn mood I passed them by.
They had no charm for me.
For I had not resolved to take
The world In serious style.
And say. "All Joy Is a mistake!
I have not time to smile!"
And this the breezes seemed to say.
Shall these deny you cheer.
The splendid sun so far away.
The little child so near?
Were light and laughter made In vain? strength and energy, can trace their
I'auBe ior a lime wmie;
Employ the heart and rest the brain
And take the time to smile !"'
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before being cleared were heavily
timbered with hammock and mixed
woods. The lands are located in one
of the most fertile and beautiful sec sections
tions sections of Marion county.
WHAT'S THE MATTER?
LARGE INCREASE IN THE
SHIPMENTS OF LIMESTONE
The output of "Ocala limestone" in
Marion county for road material will
be about doubled with the completion
near fcendrick of a new tnine and
plant by the Cummers of Jacksonville.
The Cummers have purphased a tract
of sixty-five acres on the Dixie High Highway
way Highway about three-quarters of a mile
east of Kendrick, and if nothing hap happens,
pens, happens, expect to have the plant in
operation within sixty days wtih a
capacity of about twenty-three cars a
A gang of men is now at work pre preparing
paring preparing the grade for a spur of about
a mile in length connecting with the
Atlantic Coast Line and another gang
is at work drilling a well. Erection
of the plant will be started as soon as
the spur is completed. For the pres present
ent present one pit will be opened and two
steam shovels placed in operation in
it. About twenty rnen will be em employed
ployed employed at the plant and in the pit.
Mr. M. B. Davis of Newberry, who
has been in charge of. one of the
Cummer mines at that place, will be
superintendent of the plant at Ken
Vast quantities of Ocala limerock
are being, shipped out of Marion coun
ty for road construction purposes,
this material havings been approved, by
the Federal Bureau of Roads.
A FARM AND GROVE CITY
A modern farm and grove develop
ment is under way on the west An
thony road in this county about a
mile and a quarter west of Kendrick
and about three miles southwest of
Anthony. Mr. Charles Painter and
Mr. Parker Painter, owners of the
Broadacres dairy farm of something
like 600 acres, are dividing about 300
acres into small farms and groves.
Attractive, modern bungalows will be
built on the tracts of ten acres and up
and the farms with their improve improvements
ments improvements are being sold before the build buildings,
ings, buildings, can be completed. The bunga bungalows
lows bungalows are being designed and built by
Mr. W. E. Johnson, formerly of West
Palm Beach. The first two places
with their bungalows were sold before
the'houses were completed. Mr. R. H.
Coale of Baltimore, purchased the
first tract of twenty acres on which
had been built a four-room bungalow.
He will plant a small orange grove
and wil do some trucking in an in intensive
tensive intensive way and will raise poultry.
The second place of thirty acres was
sold to Mr. I. L. Pridgen of Black Black-stone,
stone, Black-stone, Va part owner of the Ttyeede Ttyeede-side
side Ttyeede-side Dairy of that place. The bunga bungalow
low bungalow purchased by Mr. Pridgen con contains
tains contains five rooms but two additional
rooms are being added. Mr. Pridgen
wilj pant a small grove and will en engage,
gage, engage, in. trucking and poultry raising.
He will also keep a few dairy cows.
Dr. C W- Moremen of Ocala. has
purchased twenty-five acres and is
haying built a modem bungalow into
Uncle Ben, I see in the last issue
of the Star where you made some
comment on Putnam county net being
able to pay off her teachers for last
year until now. What's the matter
with old Marion county, the richest
county in the state? The teachers
are on their third month and have
not received any pay yet. There must
be a loose screw somewhere here in
our own county, ui course, iney
haven't the money to pay with, but
we can pay the superintendent $20o
a month, $100 for his assistant and
$135 for attendance officer. This last
office is absolutely useless and I think
an imposition on our already over overburdened
burdened overburdened tax paying people, and it
seems to be the same way with the
county commissioners. Our roads are
in an awful condition-and almost im
passable in some places. They say
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
farmers, who need him most. This
money would be better spent if used
for repairing the roads. This looks?
like straining at a gnat and going
around on the other side of the house
and swallowing a camel.
The trouble with Marion county,
Friend Taxpayer, is more from out outside
side outside the county than in it. Marion
county, from all we are able to learn,
has an exceptionally able school)
board, but its members have to com
ply with the foolish and extravagant
school system of the state, which un unless
less unless reformed, will in a few more
years, in company with other ill-managed
institutions, raise taxes so high
that, the people will not be able to pay.
The only .remedy for this is to elect
legislators who will reform the sys system
tem system and check the extravagance. Now-,
as for the county engineer, he was
only installed last week, so he is not
in the least responsible for the bad
condition of the roads. If he is a
competent man, and we believe he is.
he will save money for us and give
us better highways. Seven thousand
dollars seems like a lot of money, but
our present system of road work
wastes much more than that, and
gives us very little to show for it.
The only thing for the people of Flor Florida
ida Florida to do to obtain better conditions
is to elect better men to office, and
that improvement must be not only
for some of the counties but state
union. Everybody had a chance to
pull candy and eat candy and get
iweet and here's hoping they all keep
s'-veet. A social at Mrs. Ulmer's is
always a treat as she is one of those
hostesses who know how to make ev everybody
erybody everybody feel welcome.
Mr. W. B. Jones and Mr. O. O. Lati Latimer
mer Latimer left last week in Mr. Latimer's
big Paige car for Jacksonville and
points in Georgia on a pleasure and
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Latimer and
family and Mr. Rodney Cappell ar arrived
rived arrived from Tennessee a few days ago
for an indefinite stay in Shady, guests
of Mr. Latimer's brother-in-law and
?iter, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones.
Mrs. John Goin entertained the
Junior B. Y. P. U. Thursday afternoon
her home on Orange avenue. Mrs.
Goin had cleverly planned games to
amuse the juniors who heartily en
joyed eevry moment of the time. A
large picture of a donkey, minus the
tail, had been tacked up and each
child was given a chance to pin the
il on, after being blindfolded (we
mean the child was blindfolded and
not the tail.) This eame afforded
uch fun and the first and second
prizes were awarded the lucky girl
and boy by Mrs. Goin. Then a guess
mg contest and bobbing for the ap
ple created much merriment, after
which Mrs. Goin served fruit, delic
ious oranges and big, rosy-cheeked ap apples
ples apples to a merry group of rosy-cheeked
young Americans. Suspicious noises
in the kitchen and a delightful odor of
candy being cooked attracted atten attention
tion attention just here and the children were
scon called on to pull candy which
they did. Mrs. Goin then spread
pretty white cloth on a table in the
yard and assisted by Mrs. Dave Ul Ulmer
mer Ulmer and Mrs. Peyton Liddell served
cke (no, cakes and cakes) and am
brosia, supplemented by delightfu
cold lemonade. If it were possible for
tha juniors to become any sweeter
they would now be "too utterly too
too." Little Miss Claribel Goin was
a iso celebrating her birthday on this
happy occasion and was the recipient
of some nice presents and many good
wishes. The juniors and their leader
extend thanks to Mrs. Goin and al
who helped to make this social such
Cane grmdings, hay balings and
hunting game between times is the
pastime at present in our burg. The
smoke has not entirely cleared away
since Monday morning early and we
are enjoying plenty of game.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hawkins and son
oi Aurora, Iowa, are at Mrs. A. w.
Rcseke's place, camping in a cozy lit little
tle little tent for the winter. We regret to
hear that Mrs. Hawkins has been and
is quite sick these past several days.
We hope to see you at the fair next
The Lawn Mower Pest gets in his
Dirty Work about Four A. M., just
when You are Pounding Your Ear
toe "Hardest, and he Clatters Away
un be has Roused Up everybody
for Blocks around. It's all Very Well
to give tire Lawn a Haircut, but Why
doeau't he Wait till a Civilized Hour?
Jacksonville, Nov. 23. According
to the RECUMA man, who is here in introducing
troducing introducing the phenomenal new treat
ment known as RECUMA, "Ninety
per cent of the people who suffer from
nervousness, indigestion, dyspepsia,
constipation, biliousness, malaria, ir
ritability, loss of weight, lack of
POKER GAME DELAYED TRAIN
Group of Tired Business Men" See
Blue Chip Jn Plenty, but No
trouble almost directly to their stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver, bowels and kidneys.
"Such ailments come about for no
crher reason than the failure of your
system to properly digest, assimilate
and eliminate the food you eat, so
your nerves, tissue, muscles and brain
ai e nourished every day, and all waste
matter is eliminated promptly.
The twin propellers keep up their "It is true that many things have
"poom, poom" while the tired business J been offered to the public to rid them
men are pouring over the gangplank j of such troubles, but not until the RE-
for the homeward trip down the bay, CUMA treatment was perfected has
for the Sandy Hook flyers take pride anything truly reliable been available,
in Riding away from the pier at rail- Xhis is b h
road speed. But that musical "poom. riT,TA M,s
nmm" Is tfmnlt1nr tn tho Hrp iiterauy nuiwreas
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business men as the tom-tom is to the ri uu' wno nave mea manv 11"
dusky dwellers of the Congo country. ieren kinds of medicines and treat
for It calls them to mysterious rites of ne nts without the sign of relief.
bridge, poker, hearts and what not Recuma Convinces
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IT ILIA WU1UI IU UHUUC LUC 11 III LU Al- I . ...
i..h. m.,M0-rf. Druggists say nothing more con
So faseinatine are those rites with an iwuivia nas ever been
the clicklne of red, white and blue seen ln rioriaa, and the Anti-Monop
chips, that the card players still lln- oly Drug Store has added its praise
ger over their game after the speedy to this phenomenal new treatment
Monmouth or the Sandy Hook has by recommending it to its friends and
nea up at tne Atlantic ttignianas pier, customers. Adv.
and It Is with difficulty that they are
shooed ashore to board the trains
waiting to carry them to their summer (&Ki
homes. Ana that mates a proDiem ior
the railroad men, for the starting of
the trains Is delayed by the dawdling
of the votaries of the Goddess of
Especially hypnotic Is the "poom.
poom" of. the 5:20 boat which carries
a crowded convention of tired busi
ness men to their homes ln Monmouth
county. Their one thought seems to
be to exchange the excitement of
stocks for the excitement of cards,
and the boat becomes a floating ca casino.
sino. casino. Blue water, flying clouds, ocean
traffic and sea breezes all are disre disregarded,
garded, disregarded, because the tired business
man Insist on playing exactly as he
works. New York Sun.
MAY BE OUT FOR REVENGE
French Fishermen Uneasy Over Pres Presence
ence Presence of Mate of Sallflsh They
A huge sallflsh, a fish rarely met
with In the Atlantic, has been cap captured
tured captured by fishermen off Concarneau, in
France, and towed to that port. The
fish measures eight meters : long and
four meters In circumference and
weighs tour tons.
The fishermen are greatly disturbed
over the presence ln the vicinity of
the fish's female companion, who fol
lowed her captured lord throughout
the whole of the night he was be
ing towed to port.
iyE do not charge
any thing extra
for the high quality of
printing we do or the $!
Let us do your next
job in commercial $
Star Publishing Co.
While In Ocala
Attending the Fair
Call on us and let U3 attend to your needs
in Optical Goods, as well as Jewelry and Watch
Repairing. Oqr excellent facilities for prompt
attention are at your service.
Jeweler and Optician
Harrington Ball Block
Are installing RADIANTFRE gas heaters in their
fire places. This Dew and revolutionary gas heating
appliance makes the fire place a source of real comfort
at a small price, and tftereV no bother. "Radiant
Rays' project 90 per cent, of their warmth straight
into the room.
Burns for hours at the cost of a shovel full of coal
It is Odorless, Ashless, Smokeless and Dustless.
CAIL AT OUR SHOW ROOMS AND ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
Ocala Gas Company
Harrington Hall Block Ft King Avenue
We are not happy today and it's
jail our own fault. We went to that
B. and P. W. supper last night and ate
too much. We arrived a little late
and consequently had to wait (no
rhyme intended). While awaiting our
turn, one of the prettygirl waitresses
came by with a basket of rolls, and
we took one. It was good, and when
the next basket came by we took an
other. Following this system, we cap
tu-ed six rolls, eating four and put
ting two in our pockets, before called
to a table. When we sat down, the'
previous boarder's plate was in front
of us, and a waiter, thinking we were
just finishing, gave us a piece of pie.
This we chewed up and put the plate
in our lap, only to have its place on
the table taken by a plateful of saad.
This we also disposed of and put the
plate in our lap, just as our regular
waiter began serving our supper
oyster cocktail, more salad, turkey
and fixings, coffee and pie. We got
away with all of it except the pie,
ar.d while we could have eaten that
our conscience informed us that if
we did we would have to be helped to
our feet and carried home in a wheel wheelbarrow.
barrow. wheelbarrow. The principal system of the
supper last night seemed to be that
everybody should have enough and
then some. The next B. and P. W.
supper we attend, a waiter must, be
detailed to see that we have enough
and not too much. (P. S.: We didn't
carry off any of the plates.)
Merchants & Miners steamers from
Jacksonville sail via Savannah, permit
inspection of that city on the way to
Baltimore or Philadelphia. Florida's
interests and those of the north are
connected with the regular and at attractive
tractive attractive service of the Merchants &
Miners Transportation Company, Mr.
C. M. Haile, Jacksongille, general
REAL GOOD CLOTHES
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.
Prepare for Fair Week. Go to
IFISHEL'S for your Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hats, Ladies' Coats, Hosiery and
Men's Pants at reduced prices during
Oxford, Nov. 22. There were more
oi less nomadic, migratory, landlop landlop-ping
ping landlop-ping conditions in the minds of many
last Friday when the news was circu circulated
lated circulated that our assistant teachers, in including
cluding including the principle of the Oxford
school, had kidnaped and carried
away with entent to, well, you will
learn later, our most promonent
school trustee without knowing just
what the crime was, on such short
notice. The first suspition was noted
by the pupils which raised a little
question mark in the minds of all, and
the more it was agitated the bigger
the question mark grew. All day
Saturday they remained away. Sun Sunday
day Sunday came, and no teachers nor trus trustee,
tee, trustee, and the question mark still grew.
A great crowd met the Sunday south southbound
bound southbound train eagerly hoping to learn
something of our lost trustee, and to
increase the agony, it was an hour
late, and in the meantime a little hint
of a wedding passed through the im impatient
patient impatient crowd, and then the question
m?rk grew to be whopper, and the
agony grew most entense. The train
aid come as they most always do, and
to our relief, teachers and trustee be began
gan began to make their appearance, and
tht cut of eyes and pleasant smiles
that played between the arrivals made
some regret that they failed to use
tho rice which had been sugested, so
strong was the evidence, and yet we
were still in the dark and suspense
till the news was broken to us that it
was only a little picnic given by one
of the teachers of Melrose, Fla., in
honor of Mr. W. L. Brinson, our trus trustee.
tee. trustee. Representative N. Mayo of Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield was making some business
calls in Oxford last week.
Mr. WT. J. Chilton, one of the legal
lights of Bushnell, had a case before
the justice court of Oxford last Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The genial Benjamine F. Borden of
Ocala payed Oxford a visit last Sun Sunday
day Sunday P. M., spend the night with Mr.
T. E. Smith.
Mr. W. D. Jarrell and Mr. H. L.
Sr.owden, both of Wildwood, was in
Oxford last Tuesday on business.
NOTHING TO WORRY ABOTJT.
"The fortune teller said Z would
neet with a fatal accident."
"But she said not to worry; It
wouldn't happen till the end of my
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REAL LOW PRICES
Just to Ksep Busy.
The son of a well-known physician
loves to "play doctor."
. The, Uttle fellow makes the rounds
of neighboring houses, .inquiring as to
the health of the Inmates. Usually
he has with him an assortment of
dolls his "patients" In lieu of larger
Recently he called at a home and
asked: "Anybody Bl here?"
He was answered in the negative.
"Ob. well." he said, with profes
sional nonchalan.ee", producing two of
his dolls, T11 leave a couple of ba
"This stage beauty Is billed as
"Rtri'tiv unpnldnz. there are no
more dancers of that kind," said Mr.
Grumpson. "The limit of daring was
reached and passed long ago. Nowa
days we merely view the performance
and wonder whether the show wm go
on or the star will be arrested." Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham Age-Herald.
Peculiar Tribal Mania.
There Is a tribe in the central part
of Africa which has a mania for any anything
thing anything made of glass. It 4s common for
them to Insert pieces of glass In the
upper lip. This results ln what ap appears
pears appears to us, as a horrible disfigurement.
Hs Reads the Paper.
Bribes Everv officeholder has
trials, I suppose.
Griggs Yes and quite a few of
them have their convictions. BoetoL
FORDS WE HAVE THEM
Sedan, coupe, touring and light
truck; prices right and terms. Spen-
Advertise in the Evening Star.
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
When we, say Km Good Clothes we g
mean just that, and when y oil have &
worn one suit from ow store we. are,
ciUBiitxi mat yuu wi4if cilice wiuj w
as to itss quality, fit and wearing
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes g.
for men and young, men combine the best style and
the finest quality ybii can get ior your money. The
extra value we give in the rand pays us both. You
get better woolens, hetter tailoring, better 'clothes 'clothes-arid
arid 'clothes-arid we get more business. Every sujt worth the
FOR THE MAN OR BOY
We have other good hrands of Clothing tor the man or boy, in
a complete range pf sizes and styles. We can also supply
their needs in Shoes, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Collars, Ties, Socks, Under-wear-in
fact, we conduct a Man's store, no matter how old,
how young, how large or how spraJVwe have the very thing
Make our store your headquBrters at any time, and especially
during the Marion County Fair next week.
A TERM AN
OCALA EVENING STAB, BRIDAY, NOTEfflSER 24, 1922
uiMS Iv5 ins
Most Bellies Povderc Lacli
Don't use a leavener that does not
contain white-of-egg. WhenVou do
you take chances you run the risk
of spoiling your bakings.
The Economy fglfOZlG fp$WBBBM
contains a small amount of white-of-egg. This
makes it possible for representatives of the
company to test it frequently for leavening
strength right on the dealer's counter. Nothing
but absolutely fresh stock is permitted to remain
on the dealers' shelves. It must always be up
to the high Calumet standard.
Remember the white-of-egg
in Calumet protects
the success of your
bakings. It is the eco eco-(
( eco-( nomical positive bake bake-day
day bake-day aid and its sale is
2H times as much as that
of any other brand.
A pound cart of Calumet
contains full 16 ounces.
Some baking powders
come in 12 ounce instead
of 16 ounce cans. Be
sure you get a pound
BEST BY TEST when you want it.
XWB WOULD GZm&mST BAKING POWDER.
V COWTCMTCIt- K
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, as mayor of the city of
Ocala, in Marlon county, Florida, does
hereby proclaim and call a special elec election
tion election to .be held in and for the said city
of Ocala, on the
12th Day of December, A. D. 1922,
for the purpose of determining whether
or not the territorial limits of the city
shall 'be contracted by excluding there therefrom
from therefrom the territory described in the ord ordinance
inance ordinance hereinafter set forth, said ordi ordinance
nance ordinance reading as follows:
AN ORDINANCE Providing for the
Contracting of the Territorial Limits
of the City of Ocala.
Be It Ordained by the City Council of
the City of Ocala s
Section 1. That the city council of
the city of Ocala does hereby declare
Its desire to exclude from its corporate
limits and jurisdiction the following
described district, to-wit:
Commencing at the northwest cor corner
ner corner of the northeast quarter of
section sixteen, in township fifteen
south, range twenty-two east; run running
ning running thence east to the southeast
corner of section nine, in township
fifteen south, range twenty-two
east; thence running In a north northeasterly
easterly northeasterly direction to the northwest
corner of the southeast quarter of
the northeast quarter of section one,
said township and range; thence
running east one-half mile to the
northeast corner of the southwest
quarter of the northwest quatrer of
section six. in township fifteen,
south, range twenty-three east;
thence Tunning south one-half mile
to the southeast corner of the
northwest quarter of the south southwest
west southwest quarter of said section; thence
running west one-half mile to the
southwest corner of the northeast
quarter of the southeast quarter of
section one, in township fifteen"
south, range twenty-two east;
thence running In a southwesterly
direction to the southeast corner of
the southwest quarter of the north northwest
west northwest quarter of section fifteen,
township fifteen south, range
twenty-two east; and running
thence west to the northwest cor corner
ner corner of the southeast quarter of sec section
tion section sixteen, township fifteen south,
range twenty-two east; thence run running
ning running north to the northwest corner
of the northeast quarter of section
sixteen, township fifteen south,
range twenty-two east. All said
lands in Marion county, Florida.
Section 2. That an election of the
duly registered voters of both said dis district
trict district which is hereby proposed to toe ex excluded
cluded excluded from the corporate limits of the
city of Ocala, and o fthe duly qualified
registered voters of the remaining dis district
trict district of said city of Ocala, be and the
same is hereby called to be held pur pursuant
suant pursuant to the ordinances of the city of
Ocala governing special elections to ap approve
prove approve or disapprove of this said ordi ordinance.
nance. ordinance. That the city council of the citv of
Ocala be and it is hereby authorized
by resolution to fix the date of said
elections to be held, such elections to be
held separately in the said respective
districts, but upon the same day, and
thirty days public notice of the time,
purpose and place of said elections
shall be given by nroclamatlon Issued
by the mayor, which proclamation shall
contain a copy of this ordinance.
That Carmichael's bath pavilion at
Silver Springs. Florida, be and It Is
here declared and constituted to be the
polling place for the said election to be
held in the district herein proposed to
be excluded, and the city hall of the
city of Ocala is hereby declared to be
the polling place for the election to foe
held in the said remaining district of
the city not herein proposed to 'be ex excluded.
cluded. excluded. If two-thirds of the registered voters
actually voting in each of said districts
shall approve of this ordinance, the
council shall thereupon, by ordinance,
declare the new limits of said city or
town excluding therefrom the above
described portion so excluded, and shall
cause said ordinance, together with this
ordinance, and the proclamation of the
mayor herein provided for, and the cer certificate
tificate certificate of the result of said election to
be recorded in the records of the coun council,
cil, council, and also in the clerk's office In
Marion county, Florida.
That In the event two-thirds of the
registered voters actually voting In
each of said elections shall approve this
ordinance, than then the above describ described
ed described district herein -orotiosed to h ex
cluded, and the citizens thereof, shall
xnereoy rorever De released from the
debts, duties or liabilities of saM it
of Ocala. and that all public property
icm iou personal situate in said
district herein proposed to foe excluded,
and all riehts and franchises thprpin
belonging to said city of Ocala, at the
time of such exclusion, shall be and
remain the property of the city of
Section 3. That all ordinances and
parts of ordinances in conflict with the
provisions of this ordinance be and the
same are herefoy repealed.
Section 4. That this ordinance shall
take effect Immediately upon Its pass passage
age passage and approval.
That there shall be but one ballot box
used at the election In the said district
proposed to be excluded from the ter territorial
ritorial territorial limits of the said city of Ocala,
and the following are the inspectors
and clerk therefor: T. T. Madden, C.
Carmichael. D. N. Waldron, Inspectors,
and C C. Bryant, clerk. There shall be
two ballot boxes used at the election In
the remaining district and for the foox
- marked "A to It" the following are the
Inspectors and clerk therefor: O. B.
Howse. E. DeCarap. F. "W. Ditto, inspec inspectors,
tors, inspectors, and Mrs. Walter Hood, clerk. For
the foox marked "M to Z" H. H. Whet Whetstone.
stone. Whetstone. J. Wi Johnson nd & 6. Savage
Jr. are Inspectors and Miss Annie Davis,
This the 8th day of Novemfoer, A, IX
liM. EUGENE j G. .PESK.
l-ltlFri Mayor of the City of OcmOa.
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
If you. have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.
The statement in the Star yesterday
that one of its employes killed twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two birds that morning was a typo typographical
graphical typographical error. It was twelve.
Dr. C. L. Collins went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday for a short stay in
that city. While there he will visit
the State Fair.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Balkcom and
children, who have been staying in
Lakeland for the past month, return returned
ed returned home last night.
Mrs. Walter Marsh and Mrs. A. G.
Moree returned yesterday afternoon
from Jacksonville, where they spent
the first of the week visiting the fair.
Delicious fruit cake.
We buy second-hand furniture. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex Exposition
position Exposition street. 10-tf
Mrs. J. B. Brantly returned homu
yesterday from a ten-day visit in
Jacksonville. She was accompanied
home by Mrs. J F. Snelling, who will
be her guest while in Ocala.
Mrs. Stirling Hooper, the good fairy
at the Gift Shop, has arranged a most
attractive Thanksgiving window at
the Harrington corner that attracts
the attention of all passing that way.
Call 471-Blue for the best red oak
and pine strand wood. Four-foot
wood $3.50. E. Gibbons, North Os Osceola
ceola Osceola street. 16
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
Mrs. T. M. McLean received a tele telegram
gram telegram yesterday stating that her lit little
tle little niece, eight years old, Bessie E.
Thomas of Monroe, S. C, was terrib terribly
ly terribly burned and scalded and that she
was not expected to live. The little
girl with her mother and sister visited
in Ocala last summer at the home of
Mrs. McLean and the friends she made
will regret to hear of her painful accident.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star Nor, 24, 1902)
The Ocala. Rifles, our crack military
company, returned thi3 morning at
3:30 from their trip to Jacksonville,
where they participated in the squad
and company drill at the competitive
contest for gala week prizes. Those
who went were Captain Nash, Lieut.
Roberts and Graham, Sergeants Gary,
Dunn, Reardon and Ballard, Corpor
als Pender, Dorsey and Pittman and
Privates Sanders, Weihe, Stroman,
Duffy, Spencer, Hays, Pooser, Smoak,
Moreland, Carlton, Ingram and Miller.
At a meeting at the city hall last
night subscriptions amounting to
$4000 were raised to build the race
track at the fair grounds.
Mrs. Mattie Culverhouse, who has
been visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
G. A. Carmichael, will return to her
home in Augusta, Ga., in a few days.
Her little sister, Edna will accompany
Mr. P. U. Milligan, one of the en enterprising
terprising enterprising merchants of Eureka, was
in the city today and made the print printers
ers printers twice glad. Mr. Milligan says
trade is good in his section.
Frank Lytle, the thorough-going
manager of the Suncrest grove at
Stanton, has shipped 700 crates of
grapefruit from the grove and has
hardly made a beginning.
Yesterday Cranford Standley, the
three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
A. Standley, went up to his father's
room and got some matches. In play playing
ing playing with them he ignited his clothes.
His mother who was sitting on the
porch heard his screams and with
rare presence of mind enveloped the
child in her dress and put out the
flames. The little fellow was burned
from his ankles to the top of his head,
his eyebrows and hair .being burned.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Nov. 24, 1912)
Judge Bell issued a marriage license
to Mr. James G. Baker and Mrs. Flora
Dr. H. C. Dozier returned last night
from Philadelphia, where .he has .been
adding to his professional knowledge
for several weeks. The doctor is look looking
ing looking and feeling well and has had a
pleasant and profitable vacation, but
both he and his patients are glad he
is home again.
Mr. Sam Pyles, who has been with
Mclver & MacKay several years, has
severed his connection with that firm
and is now with Theus & Zachary.
Mr. O. M. Goodrich, who has tbeen
in a Tampa hospital suffering from a
wound in his head, is almost well
enough to return to his home at Green
Springs. He is a member of Tulula
Lodge of this city and at its request
the Tampa lodge gave him assistance.
C. CECIL BRYANT
Income Tax Consultant
Phone 481 Bine
Room 23, Holder Block
Machine hemstitching; artistic
handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.
Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala.
Phone 409 15-tf
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.
Freddie Winer, of the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company, has constructed an another
other another novel hunting display in the
north window of that big store. He
has three miniature ponds, consist consisting
ing consisting of tubs of water surrounded by
Spanish moss and in each may be
seen two life-life ducks, floating
around amid the hyacinths. A small
electric fan in one corner of the win window
dow window causes the ducks to move.
Needham Motor Co
We specialize in
REO end FORD
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.
SALT SPRINGS WATER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Ocalans. It is also
being shipped to every part of
the state. It is sold under a
Try a five gallon
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Careful eutimat made on all con contract
tract contract work. Give more and better
ork for th moccy than any other
u7t racier ;.l ta dj
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF SALE
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. Marion 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 Niehalos 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 appraise appraisement
ment appraisement on file and of record county
Judge's office, at Ocala. Florida
S. C M. THOMAS.
Ex-OfflcJo Adxnr. Estate of Niehalos
Aluo. - M-M-I4-25-27-M-JO-1-2
Miss Wynona Wetherbee spent
few hours in Ocala Monday afternoon
en route from her home in Leesburpr
to Atlanta, Ga., where she has ac accepted
cepted accepted a position in one of the city
schools. Miss "Wetherbee will be with
her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Courtland
Winn, in Atlanta, and expects to
spend the Christmas holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Wetherbee, in Leesburg.
Orders for pies and cakes taken.
Lemon and applie pies a specialty.
Phone 13o. 20-6t
Regular meeting Fort King Camp
No. 14, W. O. W., Friday night, Nov.
24th, Odd Fellows hall. All members
urged to be present.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
NOTJCE OF REMOVAL
I have moved my shoe repair shop
to Gold street, east of the Anthony
road. I am better prepared than
ever before to give, you, good service.
Those in need of my services will
please bring in their work and call
for same. H. H. SUMMERLIN,
U-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer.
Leave Palatka...-8:00 A. M.
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
C. P. PliLANS, Prop.
Ocala, Phone 527
C. V. Roberts & Co.
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
Residence Phone 305 s
. 217 W. Broadway
Let us supply your groceries. Reas Reas-orable
orable Reas-orable prices and prompt delivery our
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. if
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.
KINGDOM IS WTTHIlf S KtfSiCl
JtiaU they say, Lo acre! or, U tSttStf
lor, behold the kingdom U G tt
Ithln you. lake IT: 21.
Delicious fruit cake.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
One quart New Honey, PP Jello 12c package, QQ
per jar OOC i three for OOC
Palm Olive Soap,
three cakes for. ..
Heinz Small Can
Cream of Wheat,
Quaker Oats, 12c pkg QO.
three for OOC
Small Graham Crackers, C
per package OC
Lemon Snaps, C
Pint Jars Orange Marmalade. 40c
Purina Scratch Feed, Chicken Chowder, Cow Chow
and other Feeds
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Albert's Plant Food is the thing for
making your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is
sold in 25c. and 10c. packages and 32
sacks. Az the Court rnarmacy. tf
The explosion in the Dolomite mine
in Alabama Wednesday and the ter terrible
rible terrible loss of life was brought close to
home last night when Mr. W. L. Scott,
the well-known engineer on the A. C.
L., received a telegram stating that
his brother, James Scott, was one of
those who lost their lives. Mr. Scott
has been able to hear no further par particulars
ticulars particulars and left today on the noon
train for Birmingham. Mr. Scott has
the sympathy of his friends in the
loss of his brother, a man in the prime
of life, just forty-seven years old.
New crop Curtis and Van Deman
pecans at O. K. Teapot. 23-2t
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.
"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 started
ed started buying there. I can get two hats
for the price formerly paid for one. St
Burbank, Nov. 23. Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Bogue, Mrs. M. A. Bogue and
little daughter and H. I. Turner motor motored
ed motored to Ocala Saturday.
Mr. M. A. Bogue of Palatka spent
the week-end here with his parents:
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bogue. He re returned
turned returned to Palatka Sunday, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife and daughter, who
have been here for the past week.
Messrs. H. E. Abbott and H. F. Mac Mac-Manus
Manus Mac-Manus were home from Ocala for the
Mrs. J. I. Tilghman and son, Jack
of Palatka, are spending the week
with her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. W. C.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Miller and Mrs.
Eva L. Hitchcock attended the teach teachers'
ers' teachers' meeting at Anthony Saturday.
Mrs. G. Albritton is the guest of
Mrs. V. H. Turner.
Mrs. Sarah Tourtellot left Monday
for Jacksonville, where she will attend
Mr. George Rose of Unadilla, Neb.,
arrived Tuesday and will spend the
winter with Mr. B. A. Wise.
A meeting was held Monday at the
church and plans were made to begin
remodeling the church building next
Dunnellon, Nov. 22. The president
of the city council called a special
meeting of the council Nov. 13th at
8 p. m. for the purpose of hearing the
question of a Woman's Club building
which the1 women wish to erect on the
town park site. A delegation of wom women
en women met with the council and presented
their plea. The mayor and all mem members
bers members of the council were present, ex except
cept except one councilman. The women
met with complete defeat, as the
mayor and all councilmen, except one,
were opposed to the club house being
placed on this lot. But while the
women were disappointed they were
not discouraged and expect in the near
future to secure a good location for
the club house.
Everwear Hosiery just received at
nun in i iimi u iji
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H tr i . rttlllilll
Makes the best pancakes
anyone anywhere ever lasted
And all zjou haie to do is
aaa water, mix ana oaize.
Gate your folks a real treat tomorrow morning
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Aside and apart from the
flexible and powerful per performance
formance performance of the Nash is
the rugged reliability with
which it operates in hardest
duty. It has a name among
owners for requiring but
the most casual and in infrequent
frequent infrequent mechanical atten attention.
tion. attention. And now, reduced in
price, and embodying new
and important improve
ments, it is an even marc
FOURS and SIXES
Reduced Prices Range from $915 to S2190,f.o.b. FactQ2
BLALOCK BR 0 T H ERS
Comer Main St and Oklawaha Ave. OCALA-'FLA.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1922
HATES under thta heading- are a
fol -wa: Maximum of six Unea ono time
5c; threa times 60c; alx tlmea 75c; one
month $3.00. All account payable tm
axUaaee except to thoie who have reg regular
ular regular advertising: accounts.
LARGE TYPE The Star Job Office
has a quantity of large type espe especially
cially especially adapted to printing placards.
Perhaps you will want some for
your fair week advertising. Call
phone 51 and let us prepare them
for you. 24-4t
Apply to Mrs. Zora D. Mclver, Ir Irvine,
vine, Irvine, Fla. 20-10t
AUTO FOR SALE One Oakland
touring, completely overhauled, new
top; refinished. $200 cash and easy
payments on balance. Autogenous
Welding Co., Phone 5. 24-6t
B. AND P. W. CLUB SUPPER
DONT WAIT till fair week to get out
your special advertising matter for
that occasion. Let the Star Job
Office know your wants early. Per
hays we can be of assistance in pre
paring your copy. Call phone 51.
LOST Gold wrist watch with bro
cade black ribbon strap, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday 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-
PeHrirk 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 mare
extra fine buggy or saddle horse;
also two nice Jersey cows and two
Jersey heifers. One of the cows
will be fresh by January. Wil
sell cheap or trade for land near
town. W. D. Cam. 23-tf
WANTED Young man for clerk at
soda fountain and eeneral store
work. Apply to T. W. Troxler, S
Main St. 22-3t
FOUND Female bird dog. Owner
iay have same by identifying dog
and Davincr 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
FOR SALE OR RENT Chevrolet
one-ton worm-drive truck. Ocala
Motor Co., phone 71. 22-3t
RUCK FOR SALE One Ford light
truck. Completely overhauled. All
new parts needed. $50 cash, easy
payments on balance. Autogenous
Welding Co. Phone 5. 24-6t
FOR RENT Down stairs apartment,
four rooms and bath; modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Phone 450 or see Dr. W.
K. Lane. 24-tf
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.
Miss Lucille Calloway has returned
from a visit to friends at Oldsmar.
MRS. A. D. BUCK
Ratines, lovely shades. FISHEL'S.
FOR SALE One 1919 Buick bix
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 Iresn
last Saturday. She's worth the
money asked. See her at 21 W. Ft.
King Ave. D. N. Mathews, phone
Fish roe, salt mackerel, pickled
pigs feet and tripe at the U-Serve
Stores. Two phones No. 1, 195; No.
2, 614. 24-2t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, light-
housekeeping arrangements if de desired.
sired. desired. 703 E. Pond St. 18-6t
FOR SALE Very fine cabbage and
onion plants; mail orders. Mrs. T.
M. McLean, Box 85. Phone 220. 6t
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
son six; 1920 Maxwell touring;
1917 Ford touring; 1921 Ford tour touring;
ing; touring; 1918 Dodge touring; 1921 Ford
roadster; 1923 Ford touring. All
bargains. Apply to O'Neal & Holly
Motor Co., S. Magnolia. 18-6t
The members of the Business and
Professional Woman's Club showed
last night that besides being business
women that they are also excellent
cooks. The dinner that they served
at their club rooms was not only
plentiful but palatable and served
quickness and dispatch in surround surroundings
ings surroundings that were attractive. The din dinner
ner dinner was served at small tables seat seating
ing seating four persons, each table attract attractive
ive attractive with small bouquets of yellow
flowers and fern and the color scheme
of yellow and green was further car carried
ried carried out in the ramekins and shades
for the lights. A musical program
added to the enjoyment of the eve evening.
ning. evening. The program was given by Mr.
Lester Lucas, Mrs. H. M. Hampton
and Miss Catherine Pyles. The lat latter,
ter, latter, who was one of the cooks of the
evening, appeared in her "working
clothes" a white coat and chef's cap.
Menu cards in ereen and vellow con-
Miss Anne Howell returned yester- tained a list of the excellent dihp
day from Palatka, where she attend- which were served, all of which were
ed the Lavel-Hudson wedding. Marion countv nroducts. This is the
second sutmer which the members of
Rose, red, blue and white hyacinths this club have eiven within the rmst
and yellow, cream and white narcissus year and at each it seems that per-
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c. and $2 packages at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
Mrs. A. D. Buck, wife of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist minister of Inverness, passed
away last night at her home in that
city after a short illness. The funeral
service will be held tomorrow morn morning
ing morning at 10:30 from the church- Rev.
W. P. Buhrman, presiding elder or:
this district, will preside. Mrs. Buck
was well known in Marion county and
it is with regret that her friends will
hear of her death.
ALFRED H. MARSH
243 and 174
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
YOURS FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Our buyer is in Baltimore today
buying many new things for THE
BOOK SHOP. It
without bowls at The Book Shop. 3t
Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1 with
a dollar's worth of other groceries.
U-Serve Stores. Phone 195 or 614. It
fection was reached. The door re
ceipts last night were about $160.
RED CROSS ROLL CALL
Our buyer is in Baltimore today
buying many new things for THE
GIFT SHOP. It
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1921 Buick
Six Touring. Terms if desired. See
Blalock Bros. tf
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.
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 OR RENT Large two
story concrete building on south
side of South Fifth street, west,
NURSERY STOCK Several hun hundred
dred hundred exceptionally fine Pineapple
orange trees on sour stock, for sale.
Marion County Nurseries, Ocala,
Premier spaghetti 15c. can for 14c,
Saturday only. O. K. Teapot Grocery,
self serve. It
Mrs. H. A. Ford, who has been
spending some time with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Ralph Birdsey in Macon, Ga.,
returned home last night. Miss Em
i!y Stotesbury, who went away with
Mrs. Ford and after a pleasant visit
in Macon has been visiting in Canada,
also returned home last night.
The Red Cross roll call is still on
in Ocala. Mrs. J. W. Dumas and Mrs.
Mamie Hall had charge of the booth
yesterday afternoon and added more
names to the list but we are still fat
behind what we should be. The whole
list for the week is less than what
has previously been taken in one day.
Now that the time for the close of
the drive is drawing near, make it
ycur special business to take your
dollar to this booth and add your
name to the roll.
A dispatch from Washington says:
"Alfred Henry Marsh, assistant man manager
ager manager of the Washington office of the
National City Company, tax expert
and former business manager of the
Raleigh News and Observer, died here
today of pneumonia. He was born
at Whitehall, Bladen county, S. C,
in 1872, attended the University of
North Carolina and later entered the
employ of former Secretary of the
Navy Daniels. He also was at one
time connected with the McClure pub publishing
lishing publishing organization ajad before be becoming
coming becoming associated with the National
City Company was with the treasury
department here for several years. He
is survived by a widow and three chil children.
dren. children. The funeral will be held at All
Sculs Memorial church here Friday."
Mr. Marsh and wife made Ocala
their home for a number of years, at
first with Mr. D. S. Woodrow and
later at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Delouest, his wife being Miss Mag
gie Robinson, daughter of Hi Robin
son, well known in Ocala. While in
Ocala he was connected with the Com
A DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN
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
Marion county is welcoming as a
new citizen Mr. Justice William S
Edings of the supreme court of the
territory of Hawaii, Honolulu, who
has purchased property in the county
and will make his home here. Justice
Edings has bought a home, an orange
J l i txi. i
Rosp. red. hliio and whit hvncinths BIUVC "u
and yellow, cream and white narcissus K the PineaPPle northeast
Advertise in the Evening Star.
Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1 with
a dollar's worth of other groceries.
L -Serve Stores. Phone 195 or 614. It
without bowls at The Book Shop. 3t
New Thanksgiving delicacies just
arrived at the O. K. Teapot. 24-4t
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 New crop Curtis and Van Deman
or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf pecans at O. K. Teapot. 23-2t
Marion on Orange Lake. Justice Ed Edings
ings Edings is an associate justice of the Ha
waiian supreme court. He is from
South Carolina originally and in Mar
ion county he finds many former
South Carolinians. Justice Edings
will improve the property that he has
LOOK AGAIN. YOU'RE RIGHT.
There's no ice in the refrigerator. But there's food, plenty of it.
Yet it's a picture of a refrigerator owned by a housewife who
thinks she is "saving" by keeping costly food in an uniced refrig refrigerator.
erator. refrigerator. She stops taking ice at hot summer's end; she thinks cold
weather sufficient protection.
And it would cost her only a few cents a day to make sure that
the food is protected.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company
Our Oyster Beds.
Tnere are oyster beds along the At At-Untie
Untie At-Untie all the way from Cape Cod te
Lfexic), but the bivalve are not found
la the epea sea. The oysters would
have beea exterminated If it had not
been for the practice of planting tat
Theetegy and Song.
Ifext te theology. I giro to song tha
klgaest place and honor; and we sea
how David and all the saints hara
wrought their godly thoughts lata
arse, rhyme, and sons, Luther.
Regular meeting of Ocala Chapter
No. 13, R. A. M., at the Masonic hall
7:30 p. m. All members are request requested
ed requested to be present. Visiting companions
are cordially invited to attend.
A. L. Lucas, High Priest.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
NOTICE, GIRL SCOUTS
There will be a meeting tonight of
the Sunshine Troupe of Girl Scouts.
It is hoped that all members will at
tend the next regular meeting which
will be held at the club rooms Friday,
Dec. 1st. at 7:30, as there is import
ant business to be transacted.
About the only thing the war set settled
tled settled is a mortgage on the civilized
world. Columbia Record.
The question is whether the Tur Turkish
kish Turkish Government will terminate of ex exterminate.
terminate. exterminate. Manila Bulletin.
If while on the way to the Fair, or
at the grounds, you should need a
Tire, Tube or Service
CALL PHONE 438
Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co.
J. R. LONG W. A. STROUD
Fish roe, salt mackerel, pickled
pigs feet and tripe at the-U-Serve
Stores. Two phones No. 1, 195; No.
2, 614. 24-2t
Glace cherries and pineapples at I
the O. K. Teapot Grocery. 24-4t
Belleview, Nov. 22. David Stanley
r. returned home last week from
New York state where he has had
work for the summer.
Mr. Calloway has recently moved
his family into the John Ashworth
Large Fire Proof Building
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Cars Washed and Polished
Florida Auto Supply Company
311-320 N. MAIN STREET
Mrs. J. N. Brinson and little daugh
ter, Laura of Eureka, A. E. Brunelow f-lace from Croom
of Belleview and P E. Cnllens of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weihe and
Summerfield, were visitors in Ocala daughter, Alice returned home Thurs
today. day from a trip to Uhio in their car.
They report a wonderful trip and
Rose, red, blue and white hyacinths mfiny sights of interest, such as the
and yellow, cream and white narcissus Mammoth Cave m Kentucky.
without bowls at The Book Shop. 3t Don t forget the Belleview Workers'
annual supper and sale at the town
Heinz's India Relish 20c. jar for hall December 15. Be on hand early
17c, Heinz's India Relish 40c. jar for to avoid the rush
36c, Saturday only. O. K. Teapot Mrs. Wendell has been suffering
Grocery self serve. It Iwith a sore hand for the past week.
Mrs. L. L. Hopkins had her shingle
Tho Ammnmo Rantiof cottage wired for electricity last
Sundav school invaded the home oflweeK'
Dr. and Mrs. F. E McClane in Pal- E- S- food sale and fancy
metto Park last nie-ht and eave their work display at the Masonic hall
teacher, Dr. McClane, a very pleasant Saturlay afternoon was quite success success-surprise.
surprise. success-surprise. They carried with them the ful and there wiU be another next
quartermaster of supplies and a de- Saturday afternoon, Nov. 25th, with
licious lunch was partaken of. after some reductions, in prices on fancy
which a pleasant time was enioved in wor' articles.
" v I m ar v a r
music, frames and impromptu talks. mr- ana Mrs- William Myers re-
This happy collection of voun? worn- ceived an announcement recently of
anhood is putting on a house to house cne mrtn OI tneir nrst 2rana cnua,
campaiem for service for the church ttelen Lucile, to Mr. and Mrs. Will
and Sunday school. This class is com- iam Myers Jr- of Buffalo, N. Y., on
nosed of Misses Allevne Roeers. Flor- 0ctober 27th-
rie Adams. Mattie Lou Barineau. Pan- We are S0TT7 to hear of the illness
Ktia HnliiTis Tfnio n0rmn a, ? Mrs. Otto Saltzweedle and little
Holt. T,nis Thpns Anna Wrraroll nllo Virgil Abshier.
, .. I
Livingston, Mary Woods, Helen Long, Mr. and Mrs. Potter and baby and
Dixie Sheridan, Eddie Rushings, Lu- Miss Marjorie Meyer visited the for-
WHITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipt, leaned on Coltou. Aulomobilea. Etc
t0iG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
cile Callaway and Helen Brown.
Oversea Peas 24c. can for 21c.
Oversea Corn 22c. can for 19c, Sat
urday only. O. K. Teapot Grocery,
self serve. It
CRESCENT GROCERY SPECIALS
FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
mer's relatives in Williston Sunday.
The Baptist Missionary Society will
hold a box supper at the town hall
Friday night and all ladies are asked
to bring boxes with supper for two,
which will be sold at the low price of
Plans are being made by the B. Y.
P. U. to move the park to the church
lots near the Baptist church.
The hunting season opened here on
the 20th and all who went report
i having had good luck, with plenty of
quail, rabbits and squirrels.
Mrs. Ella French returned last
week, coming through in a car from
Danbury, Conn., with other friends
who went on south.
New Hats weekly. FISHEL'S. St
"I WANT TO
THINK IT OVER"
1. I Ijff
i i it
mrirtho tall man
iskL with abi'g scythe-
and a long beard happens to tap
on your window pane gome night
within the next few weeks, will yon
sit up in bed and say to him:
I want to think this over.
Moreover, I've got a life insur insurance
ance insurance deal on that I want to put
through. You go away until I
make up my mind."
But he will not go away. Now you
think that over.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
120 Broadway New York City
ALBERT E. GERIG
KILL RATS TODAY
13 pounds of Sugar for $1.00
24 lbs. Birdsey's Best Flour $1.30
24 lbs. Pillsbury's Best flour $1.35
24 lbs. Lighthouse flour $1.15
6 lbs. Crisco for ,...$L25
3 lbs. Crisco for 65c
4 lbs. Snowdrift for 70c
3 pkgs. Oversea Oatmeal for 25c
No. 2 Tomatoes, two for 25c
No. 1 Tomatoes, three for 25c Benjamin Franklin's first Philadel.
Irish Potatoes, per peck 40c phia home, where the philosopher took
Sweet Potatoes, per peck 40c
Kingan's Picnic Hams, per lb 20c
Apalachicola Oysters, quart 65c
Fresh Mullet, per pound 10c
CRESCENT GROCERY CO.,
2t Phone 562, 7 N. Magnolia St.
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
Joseph Malever, N. G.
H. G. Shealy, Secretary.
up his residence upon his arrival from
Boston, is to be torn down to provide
for the approach of the new Deleware
River bridge. The house is a ram ramshackle
shackle ramshackle shanty and the street on
which it is situated is only an alley.
The windows and panels of the old
building, all splendid examples of
colonial workmanship, will be pre preserved
served preserved by the curator of Independence
It also kills mice, cockroach ea, wator
buga and ants. It foreea these pasts to
run from building for water and fresh
air. A 35c box contains enough to kill
60 to 100 rats or mice. Get It from
your drag or general store dealer today.
READY FOR USE-BITTER THAN TRAPS
Number of horses in New York has
recreased 75,000 in the past four
years. It sometimes seems as the
horse sense has decreased at about the
same ratio. New York American.
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION
fhe following schedule figures pub-
isned as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLAKT1C COAST LINE B. B.
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
C:15am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
S:30 nm 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.
SEABOARD A Hi LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1 :15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
1:55 am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTTork-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pra
3:00 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05pm
The onion Is mentioned In the eldest
writings of Egypt and India and has
been for ages cultivated and consumed
In a!most every country in the wa-rld,
surpassing all other vegetables in aa aa-tiquitj
tiquitj aa-tiquitj ami extenslvenese of cultivation.
Freedom U:ed on the Bible.
It is Impossible to enslave, mentally
or socially, a Bible-reading people.
The principles of the Bible are the
groundwork of human freedom. Hot
This Year 8 Sales Prove Hupmobile
One of the Biggest Money Maker
Dealers everywhere are demanding the
agency for Hupmobile.
The tremendous increase in Hupmobile
sales in the present year is responsible
Dealers know that they can make more
money with Hupmobile than with any
other car. If you doubt this let us give
you the facts.
Let us tell you what Hupmobile dealers
in this territory do, and are doing, in a
Get on the Road
to Bigger Success
Don't deceive yourself as to the true sit situation.
uation. situation. The sooner your eyes are opened,
the quicker you will be on the road to
bigger success than you have ever known.
Priced so that it occupies a commanding
position, Hupmobile is today outselling
many other cars lower in price.
Hupmobile is doing this because it is a
better car and a bigger value. The Hup-
mobile is actually a fine car in every way,
at a low price.
More people are finding this out every
day. Owners are spreading the good
news. Naturally, this helps the Hup
mobile dealer. Inevitably it creates a
stronger demand for the Hupmobile.
Today the dealer can sell Hupmobiles
with greater ease; he can sell more of
them, then ever before.
And, we know, he can make a hand handsome
some handsome net profit on the Hupmobile.
A Better Way
to Larger Profits
Vou owe it to yourself to keep posted.
Get the facts
Even if vou don't get, or go in for, the
Hupmobile contract, what you learn
from us may show you the way to
The men we want associated with us
must be sound b rsiness men, with merr
ehandising ability, and with reasonable
bank credit. To such men we can assure
a permanent, big paying business.
Why not let us hear from you? You can
not lose. You may gain much from an
interview. Write today.
. 314 West Monro Street
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