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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fain tonight and Tuesday; frost vl north portion tonight.
TEMPERATURES This Morning, 38; This Afternoon. $4.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 2S3.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 7.-04; Sets, 5:25
FREE CA1P FOR
PATRIOTIC RALLY CHICAGO IS READY
UNHEALTHY SECTION SEtlD SPARKS FROM
WAS KNOCKED OUT THE MAGIC CITY
OF THE PEOPLE
Although a Few Newspapers Try To
Pervert the United' States
Open Door Attitude
London, No. 27-(By Associated
Press ) The statement of -Ambassador
Child' at Lausanne Saturday js
the outstanding feature of the London
newspapers this morning which hav having
ing having no Sunday issues take the first op opportunity
portunity opportunity today to discuss what some
of them term a "dramatic American
intervention"' and 'American bomb bombshell,"
shell," bombshell," although some regard the am ambassador's
bassador's ambassador's pronouncement as intended
to give notice of American determina determination
tion determination to have a share. of the Mosul oil
fields. This view is not usually put
forth and several influential papers
treat Mr. Child's declaration as a
CONFIRMED BY CURZON
Lausanne, Nov' 27 (By Associated
Press) .Lord Curzon, British foreign
secretary, has authorized an official
statement to the press that England
supports the American "open door"
policy in Turkey and regards the San
Remo agreement for division of the
.Mosul oil district null and void.-'
TURKS LIKE US NOW
The Mosul oil fields are part of
Turkey proper and when the time
comes to make oil concessions to for foreigners
eigners foreigners in that rich district Ameri
cans will get first chance, the Turkish
envoy to the peace conference told
the Associated Press.
"We need American capital in Tur Turkey
key Turkey and prefer to deal with Americans
because they work their concessions
on a strictly business basis without
seeking to advance the interests of
their governments by mixing in pol politics,"
itics," politics," said the envoy. '"'-..
FRANCE NEEDLESSLY ALARMED
Paris, Nov. 27. (By the Associated
Press.) Preparation of a separate
treaty between Turkey and the United
States is under consideration at Lau
sanne, says a dispatch to the Temps.
The correspondent suggests this was
' perhaps the subject of yesterday's
long conversation between Richard
Washburn Child and Ismet Pasha.
Is Being Established by Realtors With
, Assistance of the City on The
North Side of Town
Nearly Seven Thousand Dollars In
Tax Money Paid Since Sat
The Marion County Realtors Asso
ciation co-operating with the city
council of Ocala is establishing a camp
for motor tourists on the east side of
the new rotue of the Dixie Highway
and adjoining the city limits on the
north. A two-acre tract of land has
been, leased from Dr. C, E. Kiplinger,
with privilege to purchase. It is ex
pected that the camp will be ready for
tourists by the end of this week. It
will be a free camp.
The camp will be proyided with
lights and water and, for1 the present
at least, there will be free wood for
fuel, In a central pavilion there will
be sanitary toilets which will be con
nected with the city sewerage system.
A superintendent will be in charge of
the camp at all times and it will be
kept in a thoroughly, sanitary condi condition.
tion. condition. The. camp has been divided into
parking spaces twenty by fifty feet.
School deficit Nov. 24.. $17,629.66
Collections since .... .. 6,564.33
The official figures ton the vote for
and against reapportionment are as
Against reapportionment. .... .19,771
For reapportionment 14,369
ANTELOPE OF CANADA
' SAVED FROM EXTINCTION
Nov. 25. (Can
-Government plans to
prevent the extinction of antelope in
western Canada are proving success
ful, and the preserve created at Fore
most, Altai, in 1918 with fifty ani-
mals ipcaptivity, now holds 130 head.
Known as the Nemiskam Park, the
preserve comprises nine square miles
and the steady growth" of the 'herd
and the absence of disease is good evi evidence
dence evidence that the experiment is likely to
result in saving this most interesting
species from the extermination which
otherwise inevitably awaits it.
, Swifter than the greyhound in
flight, exceedingly graceful andbeau andbeau-tiful,
tiful, andbeau-tiful, the antelope has for many years
.been apprize for the big game hunter,
and its numbers have been diminish
ing of late years with a rapidity that
has aroused the concern of all "lovers
of wild life,
Ten years ago Dr. W. T. Homaday,
the American naturalist, estimated
' that there were 2000 antelope in west
ern Canada Today there are report
ed to be only about 1000 in a wild
state in Alberta, and 250 in Saskat
chewan, while they entirely disap
peared from the province of Manitoba
;sbme years ago.
WOMEN HONORED BY
Majority against 5,402
NGLISH FARMERS TOLD
. x TO EXPECT HARD TIMES
Deficit now $11,065.33
Only a few days more in November.
Let's raise the amount needed by
Cannon Captured from Germans Will
Sound a Welcome to the Brave
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
ALEXANDER GUNN CONKLIN
Jacksonville, Nov. 27. (Associated
T 1 r.r..rinr' -fV' A 1T-
r less ; f uuci ai iui
ander Gunn Conklin, formerly in the
newspaper busines sin Ohio and New
Orleans, who died Friday, were held
today. Conklin had been blind for ten
years but because of his remarkable
hearing was engaged in the sale of
GEORGIA DIVINE 1ST
COMING TO FLORIDA
' Chicago, Nov. 27. (By Associated
Press). Chicago expectantly waited
for Georges Clemenceau, due to arrive
at three o'clock this afternoon.- The
only public demonstration announced,
however, was a parade, through the
downtown district immediately after
his arrival. In Grant Pa two 75 75-millimetre
millimetre 75-millimetre guns from the Argonne
were placed to fire salutes as the col column
umn column headed by the Tiger and his re reception
ception reception committee, including General
Pershing, passed. x .
Huge Radio Station Will Make Miami I House Eliminated Part of Shipping
Terminal for Central and South I Bill That Would Allow Gum-'
American Messages I shoe Selling of Vessels
Waycross, Ga., Nov. 27. (By the
Associated Press) Bishop Ainsworth
announced at the South Georgia Meth Methodist
odist Methodist conference that Rev. W. A.
Houghlett, for four years pastor ; of
Wesley Memorial church, Savannah,
has been transferred to the Florida
conoference. It is expected he will go
to St. Petersburg or Tampa.
BANKS WILL CLOSE THURSDAY
SOCCER GIVEN ITS START
Excellent Game Played by
Boys Saturday Afternoon
London, Nov. 27. One of the old
city companies, the Worshipful Com Com-pany
pany Com-pany of Shipwrights, has broken all
traditions by making seven women
"freemen" of its guild. They are the
wives, of men distinguished in the
shipping world, and the honor is ac accorded
corded accorded not only because their hus husbands
bands husbands are prominent, but in recogni recognition
tion recognition of their labors on behalf of ship shipping
ping shipping interests. The women are Vis Viscountess
countess Viscountess Brassey, Lady Inverclyde,
Lady Biles, Lady White, Lady Abel
and Lady Parsons.
London, Nov. 25. Agriculture
cannot be made to pay any longer in
England on the lines followed in the
past under present conditions," said
Sir Arthur Boscawen in the last
speech he made as minister of agri
culture. While he was talking to the
members of the Farmers' Union
about the hard times that were in
evitably in store for the majority of
them, Premier Lloyd George handed
n his resignation to the icing and Sir
Arthur automatically became an ex
His speech, as he admitted himself,
contained only "cold comfort for those
who had to get their livings from the
and.". Some farmers, he prophesied,
would go under, and there would be
acute distress in the country districts
before prosperity could return.
"There may be a future for the
dairy farmers," he said, "and live
stock farming generally may be able
to'pay fairly "well in time, but for the
arable farmers the corn growers I
can see only a gloomy outlook." Re Referring
ferring Referring to the views of one of his pre predecessors
decessors predecessors in office, he said: "Lord.Ail "Lord.Ail-wyn
wyn "Lord.Ail-wyn probably was right in thinking
that much arable land will become
grass; that the rural. districts will be
depopulated, and that there will be
great misery among farmers and their
According to his own survey of the
state of agriculture, its future seemed
to lie in large farmers in favorable
districts, cultivated as cheaply as pos
sible, with patches of intensively cul
tivated land. V
"What can the government do?" he
asked. "There are only two reme remedies
dies remedies protection or subsidies."
The farmers showed plainly which
cf the two remedies they preferred
by cheering loudly the mention of
"protection," and -greeting "subsidies"
with vociferous cries of dissent. But
Sir Arthur would not allow the poor
farmers to comfort themselves with
any false hopes.
"It would be dishonest to suggest,"
he declared, "that at the present time
either remedy is practical. 4 The ag
ricultural interests have a com para
tively small representation in the
nouse or commons, which is perma permanently
nently permanently urban in character. The gov
ernment may adopt some palliatives,
but it will insist that agriculture. msst
vork out its own salvation on an ecc
Thursday, Nov. 30, Thanksgiving
day, being a legal holiday, the follow following
ing following named banks will be closed for
business that day: The Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank, the Ocala
National Bank? the Commercial Bank.
LOVE THE HOME WOODLANDS'
Through the continued and untiring
persistence of John (better: known as
Jack) Thomson, the Ocala high school
boys have begun the organization of
a, soccer ball team. Jack was very
fond of the game in old Scotland (the
reporter almost said Ireland) and ia
anxious to get the Ocala boys inter interested
ested interested in this good old game. Satur
day afternoon a number of the boys
(gathered at Hunters, Park for their
first lesson m the rudiments of the
game. Sides were chosen and a game
started. -Several of thesboys showed
quite an aptuuae ior tne game ana
a scoreless tie resulted. Duval high
already; has a soccer team and it is
Jack's intention to get together a
team for the Ocala ladys that will be
good enough tp play Duval and some
of. the other teams in the state. A
schedule will be arranged and those
who try for the team are almost as
sured of a few nice trips for their
trouble as well as the sport derived
from participation in the games.
Suhl, Thnringia. One of the anom anomalies
alies anomalies of German economics appears in
a recent action of the Suhl authorities
pledging the community forest as se security
curity security for a loan which is to- be used
in providing the poor with firewood,
Miami, Nov. 27. (By Associated! Washington. Nov. 25. (Associated
Press). Immediate construction of a J Press) Without a record vote today
huge radio station here, making this J the House eliminated from the admin-
city the terminal for South and Cen-1 istration shipping bill the estcion
tral American and West Indian busi-J which would have permitted" the ship-
ness, to be relayed direct to New York, I ping board to sell any vessels of the
wip be undertaken by the Tropical government merchant fleet without
Radio and Telegraph Company of J advertising or competitive bidding.
Boston, a subsidiary of the United I r-
Fruit Company, it was announced here OAOit; V"" ? haaiwi
by the general manager of the radio I Milwaukee, Nov, 27. (Associated
concern. I he naval radio station atlprpsoi FWHrV nA- ntfcev fr,rio-r
Miami Beach has been leased for the J shipping interests and journals are
temporary use of the company. I engaged in a studied campaign if mis
representation propaganda to defeat
the American ship subsidy bill, Ed-
lward C Plummer, commissioner of"
Mr. M. M. Little, grand secretary the United States Shipping Board, de-
of the Florida Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., I clared in an address prepared for de-
received this morning the following J livery before the the middle west mer-
dispatch: (chant marine and foreign trade con-
Boston, Massl, Nov. 27. jference. TheyVe been feeding their
M. M. Little, Grand Secretary, I. O. O. I cattle in our pasture so long theyva
F Ocala, Fla.f- Icome to think they own the land." he
Brother Pinkerton died this morn-I asserted.
ing. Funeral at Unitarian church,
Worcester. Wednesday, two o'clock. BOOST FOR THE BARKOOTS
Please notify grand representatives. I ) -
Geo.- H, Fuller, Grand Sec'y. Mr. and, Mrs. M. R. Williams of
Alfred S. Pinkerton was-past grand I Gainesville passed thru' the city Sat-
sire of the Sovereign Grand Lodge, J urday, on their, way for a week-end
RACE PROGRAM AT THE
FAIR GROUNDS TOMORROW
The races at the fair this year give
promise of being the best ever seen
here, there being a larger number of
Admiration for the beauty of the i horses and drivers at the track this
home woodland is believed to have in influenced
fluenced influenced the community's decision to
seek its necessary fuel elsewiiere.'.
SUDAN PLANS EXTENSIVE
IRRIGATION FOR COTTON
Cairo, Egypt, Nov. 20. Moved by
the decreases in Egypt's production of
cotton, the Sudan government will re
sume jthe irrigation development
which came to an end in 1913 owing
to financial reasons and labor trou
A contract for irrigation, to cost
about 10,000,000 pounds, has been
taken by an English firm. It is ex expected
pected expected that in three years time 300, 300,-000
000 300,-000 acres of cotton will be under cul cultivation,
tivation, cultivation, producing about 80,000 bales
annually. Several thousand natives
will find employment under English
men as foremen and directors.
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
HAVE ITCHING PALMS
year. The program for tomorrow is
,2:12 class, trot. Purse, $200.
2:12 class, pace. Purse, $250.
Florida trot. Purse, $200. v
Half-mile dash. Purse, $25.
Quarter-mile dash. Purse, $25.
RALLY OF CLANSMEN
IN THE GATE CITY
Atlanta, Nov. 27. Approximately
one thousand representatives of the
Klu Klux Klan met here today for the
the kloncilium or annual business
meeting, it was announced at head
PAST GRAND SIRE PINKERTON
I O. O. F.
LETS HOPE LAFOLLETTE
WILL BE THE LEADER
visit to friends at Crystal River.. Mr.
Williams, who successfully managed
the Alachua County Fair, asked the
Star to say a good work for .the Bar Bar-koots'
koots' Bar-koots' carnival, which was at his fair.
He says they are an excellent crowd
and show men, and their work is clean
as well as entertaining. .
TEN YEARS FOR v
' MRS. CLARA PHILLIPS
Phoenix, Nov. 27. (By Associated
Press). Senator LaFollette, of Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, told him in a long-distance
telephone conversation jfrom Wash
ington, the people had spoken twice to
the majority parties and if they had to
speak again it would be to welcome
a third oartv. Geonre W. P. Hnnt Lo Angeles, Nov. 27-Mrs. Clara
governor-elect of Arizona, said here "niiips, convicted or murder in tne
today. He may send a representative second degree, having killed Mrs.
to the meeting of progressive leaders Alberta Meadows with a hammer, was
called by LaFollette at Washington, sentenced to ten years t o me in tne
Dec. 2nd. T.ut would not attend him. Biawj P"son. xier attorneys gave no-
self, Mr. Hunt said. V "ce or an appeal.
FLEW OVER ANDES
m THE PARANA RIVER
There will be a union Thanksgiving
service at the Methodist church on
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev.
Ckas. H. Trout of the Christian
church, will preach the sermon and
there will be special music.
MURDER MYSTERY IN
A TENNESSEE TOWN
Greenville, Tenn, Nov. 27. (By the
Associated Press). After failure of
the coroner's jury to decide whether
ia its opinioij Dr. Frank Fox, thirty,
was killed or committed suicide, offi
cials began an inquiry to determine
whether the physician might have
been shot through 'a possible motive
of jealousy or the result of mistaken
identity. Fox was found dead in his
automobile near here yesterday.1
He's a Congressional Dairyman
Lima, Peru, Nov. 25. What was enos Aires, Nov. Z7 (Associated
probably the most daring aviation fess). lhirty-four lives were lost
feat yet recorded in South America in a collision Sunday evening between ;
is the flight by an American .aviator, a tanaeh and ferryboat in the Parana
Elmer J. Faucett, f rom Xima to the river near Zarate, northwest of this
Amazon port of Iquitos. Faucett, citT- .The launch,' filled with picnick picnick-who
who picnick-who is attached to the staff of the Na- ers many' of them children, struck the
tional Aeronautic Company of Peru, ferry boat while going at full speed,
left Lima in a Curtiss "Oriole" plane, launch hit the larger craft at the
ia an effort to win a prize of $5000 overhang pfUhe bow under which the,,
for the first airplane flight from this smaller boat disappeared. So far as
capital to Iquitos, offered by the Peru- ia known there were only three surd-
vian congress. The first lap of the vors of the excursion party and
flight was to Chiclay6, 400 miles north launch crew.
of Lima. Faucett made this 'distance
in six hours and landed safely on the RUSSIA THREATENED
and plains near that city. BY FOREIGN CAPITAL
Several weeks were required to get
tne plane m condition lor the second Moscow Nov. 20. "The Questions
stage of the,flight, which was partic- of finance and collection of the taxes
ularly dangerous in the absence of air I are the most important problems fac-"
maps and other guides. Iquitos is ing Russia," writes Premier Lenin
more than 500 miles from Chiclayo in to the financial workers congress, now
a straight air line, and the interven- assembled in Moscow. "Unless these
ing country is as wild as can be found questions are solved at once, there is
in South America. This region is a no' way to safeguard Russia's inde inde-vast
vast inde-vast tangle of difficult mountain pendence from international capital capital-passes,
passes, capital-passes, cascades and rapids until the ists."
highest ranges of the Andes are pass- Lenine urges that unified efforts be
ed at an elevation of 'from 16,000, to made to raise and collect sufficient
17,000 feet. The Maranon river and J taxes to provide means properly to
Amazon, have cut tremendous chasms
Peking. Nov. 25. (By Associated
Press). Premier Wang Chung. Huit
has resigned. The resignations of the
entire cabinet have been- in the
hands of the president since a week
ago, when Finance Minister Lo Wen
Kan was arrested on the charge of
accepting a personal commission in
connection with negotiating a pre prewar
war prewar loan with Austrian and German
in the ranges of the Andes, down
which swift, turbulent streams flow
in their course to the Atlantic. After
that come the tropical lands leading
up to the Amazon proper, where im
penetrable jungles and swamp "wastes
make travel of any kind difficult.
It was over such a country that
Faucett had to fly; when he made his
final "hop-off" from Chiclayo on Oc
tober (th. Had his motor failed him,
no trace of aviator or plane would
probably ever have been discovered.
As it was, he was forced to land
when only forty minutes of flying sep
arated him from his goal. A driving
t ram and thunderstorm forced him
I down on an islet in the Tigre river,
RUSSIAN TRADE MARKS
Moscow, Nov. 20 In the rearrange-"
pent of commercial conditions under,
the soviet regime, it is planned again
to permit the use of trade marks.
These were wiped out when the bol bol-sheviki
sheviki bol-sheviki came into power. Some manufacturers-
already have applied to
have their trade marks restored .and
FELT AN EARTHQUAKE
A concessional dairyman end proud of it," is
' John D. Clarke of New York describes himself. This photograph shows that
i he rtiU wofks at his old profession, too, and he declares he never falls to go
j out among the cows when he is deck at ms xarxn near irraser, a. i.
St. Louis, Nov. 27( Associated
j where his plane became mired in the 1 Press). Considerable property dam-
jsoft sand, causing him to break a pro- age was caused by earth tremors of
jpeller. A passing launch from Iqui- moderate intensity Jn eastern Mis Mis-Itos
Itos Mis-Itos picked him up and carried the sour, southern Illinois, western Indi Indi-1
1 Indi-1 stranded aviator to the isolated A ma- ana and northwestern Kentucky last
I zon port, where he was given a tre- night, according to reports, The tre-
the way Congressman jroendous ovation. His flying time I mors shook buildings, homes, toppled
from Chiclayo up to the moment of Jchimneys, broke windows, knocked
the accident was also six hours, or a J china ware from the shelves and fright-
total of twelve hours from Lima. tened the residents of four states.
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1922
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And tomorrow opens the Marion
Secretary Bennett of the Marion
County Fair said Saturday evening
that the fair had the best line of ex exhibits
hibits exhibits ever booked at that date before
"Where America sits is the head of
the table' would be the ruls of
world councils if the American body
politic had not so many cootie poli politicians
ticians politicians on it.
Gainesville for running over a young
white boy two years ago. The little
boy had lingered in pain for fully a
year and died. The culprit had evaded
arrest until captured yesterday. A
Sanford boy was run over and severe severely
ly severely injured last week. A fine old Flor
ida farmer was killed a few days ago
INCORRECT ENGLISH GROUND IN
I see by the Star that a resident
of Winter Park is offering a valuable
prize to students of the eleventh and
twelfth grades of high schools to
stimulate what we understand as a
more correct use of the English lan
by a reckless young man running his guage in writing and speaking. Now,
car at top speed. A boy was killed then, if this is a correct idea of the
three days ago in Duval county. And matter, we must admit that it is a
so the death roll grows. A man is I noble; thing to do; but, Uh! what a
not allowed to run a railroad engine pity it is there cannot be some way J
until he has served an apprenticeship j of, nipping tie thing m the bud, so to
and can stand a rigid examination. I spealc, wmie it is young in tne pn-
Anvbodv is allowed to run an auto-lmary grades. It is a universally ad-
mobile. And automobiles kill twenty nutted tact tnat tne impressions made
people where a railroad train kills on the mind while young are the deep-
one. A railroad engineer dare not
take a drink while on duty. Automo-
hile drivers are often tanked up. God
GOOD LOOKING NEWSPAPERS
est seated of all the other years of
Saying nothing of the incorrect
language we may get from our un uneducated
educated uneducated parents, and even in an age
of more than a quarter of a century
of public and compulsory schools,' and
after barrels, of money has been spent
on big school buildings, equipment
A dispatch from Jacksonville says
The Miami Herald axrain won the
honors for seven-column dailies in the and conveniences that were supposed
state-wide newsnaner contest conduct- 1 10 improve tne conditions of educa
ed bv the Florida Agricultural Ex- tion, our common schools are to a
iondnn nivismn at the. State Fair. reat extent filled with teachers of
while the Gainesville Sun and the
Clearwater News carried off the lau
rels in the six-column division. The
awards were announced tonight by
Professor B. R. Riley, of the Exten
sion Division. -.
The contesting newspapers were en
tered in three groups; seven column
dailies, six column dailies and week
whom we cannot judge as being edu educated
cated educated by their use of language. If
you want to find out, just become a
critic awhile,, if you can stand the
punishment heaped on you. The teach teachers
ers teachers are not altogether to blame, either.
We have some language books that
After one has spent his young life
Bird That Fe Trees.
A bird's nest as big as a house! It
sounds a tall order, and you might
think' that only some kind of super super-ostrich
ostrich super-ostrich could make It.
As "a matter of fact. It Is built by a
little fellow no bigger than a canary.
South African society birds like com company.
pany. company. They live In large colonies, all
the members of which build In the
Each pair, constructs a nest of mud,
joining its walla to those of its next next-door
door next-door neighbors. As the colonies are
several thousand strong, the bird
town soon reaches a very respectable
The following season the colony oc occupies
cupies occupies the same tree, building new
nests on top of the old ones. The tree
creaks and groans, but the society
birds take no notice.
Sometimes the huge mass of nests
comes crashing down, and the air is
filled with dust, feathers, and fright frightened
ened frightened squeaks. But often the tree it itself
self itself is weighed down by the industri industrious
ous industrious colonizers, until eventually it col collapses
lapses collapses beneath the weight of their
AL Harris, one of the Jacksonville
Jonrnal's smart young man, is in the
city, picking up .information for a
political story. Gosh. Wonder where
the lightning is going to hit.
People in this section who go to St.
Augustine, and want to go to the
beach by the toll bridge should 'look
a little out," as the Dutchman said. It
seems that this toll bridge has its toll
house a$ the St. Augustine end of the
bridge, contrary to the usual Florida
custom, whileputs them in the middle,
also that the tplls are in charge, part
of the time of a gentleman "puffed up
with a little brief authority," who is
likely to threaten autoists with arrest
if they pass his station without seeing
him. It would be to the advantage of
the Ancient City to put the soft pedal
on this person.
The Star hears a good many com complaints
plaints complaints from home people who have td
drive on that narrow strip of brick
highway from far down in South
Florida to St. Augustine. In the last
few"1 weeks, people going north have
met an almost constant stream of
tourists driving south, and a large pro proportion
portion proportion of- tourists have refused to
give their half of the road, crowding
the cars of home people off into the
woods, ditch or any old place that
happened to be there. A few arrests
are in order, we are glad to see
tourists who are good people, but of
road hogs we already have enough.
lies. In the case of the weekly three with P"ts who cannot, or do not,
use guua j&ngnsn, ana tnen tne sec
ond part with teachers who do not,
that old, common way of expressing
things with1 slang will be so thorough thoroughly,
ly, thoroughly, ground in, or the wrinkles on the
brain will be so deep, that it is going
to take something more than a few!
nice essays and gold medals to correct
the evil, if it is ever done.
TT m -
Jtiere is another trouble. If, re
member the "if," the contests are con conducted
ducted conducted like other contests in our
schools, we will never know from
whom these better ideas originated.
Why? Because it has been my obser
vation in the schools with which I am
acquainted, that when there is a con
test in the way of an essay, debate
ana,, especially, t a valedictory, the
parries win search the community
over for helps, and even resort to
some who have never been1 in a graded
school; and the professor will some-.!
times prompt, train and rehearse for
days for the occasion, and when the.
thing is pulled off, the crowd, includ
ing the trustees, and even newspapers,
eAmnftmAH mil 4 1 1 j.
vmuii, win gu -iiilu a. Kind oi an
estacial hallucination" about what a
nne speech or ssnir "sn oa o
awards were made, while only one
award was made in the other two
In the seven column group the Mi
ami Herald was declared to have the
best page one make-up, the best edi
torial department and the best display
of agricultural matter.
The Clearwater News was adjudged
the winner for the best editorial page
of the six column dailies and tht
Bradentown Herald was given a blue
ribbon for its handling of agricultural
The Gainesville Sun was declared to
have the best first page make-up of
the six-column dailies and the best all-
round daily of its class in the state.
Curious Mediterranean Fish.
A creature which has a beak like
a parrot, cheek pouches like those of
a monkey, and chews its end like a
cow inhabits the warm waters of the
Mediterranean. It browses on the
weeds that flourish on the sea floor.
Its upper and lower Jaws have be become
come become hardened into a sharp curved
beak, which is just the tool required
for lopping off tough seaweed. Each
piece snipped off by the beak is
passed into one of the two curious
pouches which aOorn the cheeks, and
there it remains until the parrot fish
feels that it has collected enough for
a good meaL It then chews the cud
by means of the splendid set of teeth,
which nature has placed not in its
mouth, but In its throat.
A Runaway Perambulator.
A runaway perambulator caused the
death of a baby boy at Dalston, Eng
land, recently. It had been left for a
moment outside a barber's shop by the
mother, while she went to attend to
her other child, whose hair was being
cut In her absence, the perambulator,
owing to the wind, ran to the curb and
overturned.' The baby' was thrown out
at the moment when a herse-drawn van
was passing. A wheel of the vehicle
passed over the child's head, killing
Marion county's fifteenth annual
fair opened Tuesday, at Ocala, and
eevry thing went well, with larger at
tendance and special exhibits that
compared iavoraDiy with any ever
shown in that county. The commu
nity exhibits were especially interest
ing and complete, and among the
amusements the races probably at-
His Intention. 1
"Me and wife had a little Jower last
night," related Gap Johnson of Rum
pus Ridge, "and when I got the best
of the argymunt she lowed that
yuaraf ter she'd suffer in silence. I aim
to watch her a day or so, and if she
don't kick back I reckon' 111 invite all
the married men on the ridge to
gather around and enjoy the spec spectacle."
tacle." spectacle." Kansas City Star.
tracted more attention than ever be-!
fore. The fair continued four days made; when tf they had debarred
and closed. Friday night a complete from outsMe he!n, ,t,h
might not have appeared on the scene
The offering of medals will no doubt
do some good, but the essays may b
gotten up by those who are already
success. The poultry and live stock
features were particularly gxod, and
the prize winners were necessarily
very fine. Short Talks in Times
"Short Talks" is so full of kind
ideas toward his neighbors that he
can't help jumbling them once in
awhile. What he has written in the
preceding paragraph isn't
take it's a prophecy.
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
At this season of the year there are
many woods fires in Florida. The
fires are set. It is one of the state's
most serious problems. Consider the
fact that within the next two or three
years twenty million boxes will ba
needed to market the citrus crop, and
that within ten years forty million
boxes will be required for this crop,
to say nothing .of the millions of
Stove wood, $2 per load. R.
fairlv eood in Fno-lich v I Todd Lumber Company. 25-tf
may be the writer's goal, while the
thousands who need the instruction I
will never be reached.
If we build on a solid foundation.
it will never be necessary to offer eold
medals and other things of value with
A. I T m
me nope oi, correcting an evil for
which we have paid an enormous price
it nave aone right, and one that
should never have happened.
C. A. Hooks. Oxford. Via
We cordially invite you to call and seethe
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Smart models for every girl cad woman, in fascinating variety
and appropriate for all occasions
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Florida Auto Supply Company
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Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 75O0 miles; Cords, 10,CC0
smiles. Wemakethead.ustments. v
Complete Line ot Auto Accessories
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OUR PHONE S
243 and 174
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and ;TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
YOURS FOR SEKVICE
COOK'S MARKET arid GROCERY
We reproduce the following perti pertinent
nent pertinent remarks from the Gainesville
Sun: "Every day every day the Urates and hampers and baskets need
news comes to us of innocent people
. killed or injured by reckless automo automobile
bile automobile driving. And every day the news newspapers
papers newspapers are warning, against it and
pleading with autoists to be careful.
Yesterday a negro was arrested in
ed to market the truck crops. Where
ait these boxes coming from? The
timber supply of Florida is disappear
ing fast. Within ten years it will be
necessary to go" out of the state for
material with which to make boxes,
and the remaining stands of timber
are on the Pacific coast. Every woods
fire destroys young trees. -It is just
like destroying so many boxes and
crates. It is something for- the citrus
grower and truck grower and farmer
to think about.
The Print-Shop Pest bothers the
Printers, Gets in the Road, Pies Type,
asks Foolish Questions, puts his Feet
ou the Office Desk, Scatters the Ex:'
changes all over. Smokes a Nawful
Pipe,, Spits on the Floor. Snatches the
F'.rsi l'!er,ofTn the Press and com commits
mits commits Other Crimes too Numerous to
The Herald was in error y when it
said last week that the wets had car
ried Ohio in the recent election. When
the reports came in from the larger
cities of the state it appeared that
Ohio was going wet, but when the
rural vote, which came in last, showea
up it knocked the hopes of the anti-
prohibitionists into a cocked hat. Cal
ifornia is another state that voted to
sustain the Volstead law in spite of
the fact that one of its chief indus-
'tries is the raising of grapes, which
were formerly converted into wine.
The grape raisers have found that
they can dispose of their crops for
other purposes to as great an advant advantage
age advantage as for wine, and at the same time
eliminate the objectionable liquor bus business.
iness. business. Fort Lauderdale Herald Herald-Wet
Wet Herald-Wet hopes are evaporating.
Bryan, of course, criticises Clemen Clemen-ceau.
ceau. Clemen-ceau. Compared with Clemenceau,
Bryan- is as a fordobile's tail light in
the glare of the noonday sun. Clem-
enceau's name will stand in history
Leave Palatka 8:09 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
r. Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenwood
' and Rodman.
C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec 1st.
Orders for pies and cakes taken.
Lemon and applie pies a specialty specialty-Phone
Phone specialty-Phone 135. 20-6t
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
Call 471-Blue for the best red oak
and pine strand wood. Four-foot
wood $3.50. E. Gibbons, North Os
ceola street. 16
1 - ' -.. ... j
The package suggests it
Your taste confinns it. . t '
The sales prove it. jjjjjg
'I ,". ' Wjiy Convenientpadcage
I I. m mm m
when Bryan is forgotten.
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OCALA EVENING STAB,' MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1922
SAFETY OF THE PERFECT:
Behold, God will not cast away a
perfect man, neither win ba help the
wfl doeras Job Si 20.
If you have any news items for this
'department, phone five-one.
( Mr. Max Israelson returned home
Albert's Plant food is tne thing: for
making' your flower -garden and pot
plants bloom, it is odorless and is
sold in 25c. arui 10c, packages and 2
sacks. At tne Court rnarmacy. tf
Machine hemstitching; artistic
handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.
this afternoon from a short business
trip to Jacksonville.
! Mrs. Clarence Phillips and twolit-
itle daughters of Jacksonville return
ed home yesterday after a short but
very pleasant visit in Ocala the guest
of Mrs. George Taylor.
Rose, red, blue and white hyacinths
j j w w h.m v m&x aTcuuCf VLaia,
Phone 409 15-tf
and yellow, cream and white narcissus
.without bowls at The Book Shop. 3t
To the Wise!
There's a time for all things. j
It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The if
fall season's here and a paint
ob done now will stay a year.
Bring your car to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped- M
rick Motor Company will do-
" PHONE &
C. CECIL BRYANT
Income Tax Consultant
Phone 481 Blue
Room 23, Holder Block
Needham Motor Co
We specialize in
REO and FORD
SALT SPIES 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
guarantee. Try a five gallon
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone 167 ;
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA -UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-lsned
lsned pub-lsned as information and not guar guar-.Jteed.
.Jteed. guar-.Jteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
. Leave for
4 2:15 am
Station Arrive from
St. Petersburg 2:27 ;.m
Jacksonville 2:15 am
Jacksonville 3:24 pm
St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
Jacksonville 9:00 pm
Homosassa 1:16 pm
(p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
. X AA.VW U1U
iPMuonoay, Wednesday, Friday,
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave Nf or Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-NYork 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4 :06 pm Jacksonville 4 :06 pm
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 pm
3:00 pm Tampa-St, Petrsburg 4:05 pm
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Fair dates Novi 28th to Dec. 1st.
Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and
son, Buster have returned to' their
home; in Orlando after a short visit in
Ocala with Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Dozier
and family and Mr. John Dozier.
j The fire early this morning was in
one of Mrs. Carraichael's cottages on
S.' Second street. The fire was on the
rroof near the main chimney of the
houose and the damage was slight.-
Rose, red, blue and white hyacinths
and yellow, cream and white narcissus
without bowls at The Book Shop. 3t
I Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.
Mrs. Li. W. Hunter, who was one of
the delegates from the Ocala Woman's
( Club to the state federation in Green
l ; Cove Springs the past week, is now in
B ; Jacksonville, the guests of Mrs. S. A.
H Rawls. She is expected .home Wed-f!nesday.
The Book Shop buyer is in New
York city today buying many new
things in jewelry, silverware and nov novelties'
elties' novelties' for the jewelery department. 2t
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.'
Mr. and Mrs. Will Peters and
daughter, Miss Eugenia Peters of
Miami, spent the week-end in Ocala,
visiting friends. Mr. Peters is one
of the Peters brothers who are inter
ested so extensively in tomato grow growing
ing growing near Miami. They have been at
tending the State Fair in Jacksonville
and en route home stopped in Ocala,
visiting Silver Springs and will visit
Lady Lake, which is Mr. Peters' boy
The Gift Shop buyer is in New
York today selecting some new things
for the Gift Shop. 27-2t
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec. 1st.
Delicious fruit cake.
The public is hereby notified that
fire policies Nos. 239169, 239170
239171 and 239199 of the Dunnellon
Florida, agency, E. A. Turnipseed
agent, of the Hudson Insurance Com
pany, of New York, N. Y., have been
lost, mislaid or stolen, under which
circumstances, their issue being un.
authorized, said policies are null and
The holder of these policies wil
please return them to the company at
Atlanta, Ga., and should there be any
return premium involved, it will be
In case of loss claimed by any per persons
sons persons as holders of these policies, the
company will deny any or all liability
HUDSON INSURANCE COMPANY,
Rhett & Weaver, General Agents
Atlanta Georgia. v 27-3t
OCALA TEN YEARS AGO
(Evening Star Nov. 27, 1912)
Tfeere is deep sadness in one
Ocala's homes this bright Thanksgiv
mg day. Rachel Martin after many
days of sickness, passed away at the
home of her son, Mr. W D. Tompkins
Miss Omera Hollaway of Tallahas
see,, the guest of Miss Josie Bullock
has returned to her home.
Almost every man who has a dog
or a gun Is in the woods today. The
only safe place for a quail is to roost
on the barrel of a gun about two in
ches back from the sight, but the foo
birds don't know it.
Mr. W. F. Blesch, the well known
Ocala barber, was well acquainted
thirty years ago with John T. Brush,
president of the National Baseball
League, who died in Missouri the other
day. Mr. Brush was a dry goods
salesman of Indianapolis .when Mr.
Blesch knew him. v
Dr. J. E. Klock pt Stinson Lake, N.
H., and owner of a number of pieces
of property near Ocala, came down
yesterday for a few days, after which
he will return to New Hampshire and
bring his family here in a short time
for the winter.
New Thanksgiving delicacies just
arrived at the O. K. Teapot. 24-4t
A Peri of the Marquesan Paradise.
(prepared by the National Geographic
Society. Washington, D. C.)
What, in "the New Pacific" that the
Washington conference Is believed to
have created, will be the future of
France's island possessions nearest to
the United States th Marquesas? In j
lands, now left practically alone, may
be treated as a geographical clean
slate, for the natives are rapidly dying
The Spanish navigator, Mendana,
first discovered the islands with their
towering black cliffs, and sailed
through a break Into a wonderful bay,
once the crater of a huge volcano.
What must have been his amazement
Is shared by the traveler today. With Within
in Within the bay, what a contrast! Where
once telluric' fires burned, the luxuri luxuriant
ant luxuriant verdure of the tropics now over overruns
runs overruns the immense ampitheater In riot riotous
ous riotous profusion. It .is as If nature In
repentant mood were pouring out her
gifts with unstinted hand to cover the
scars and desolation wrought by vol volcanic
canic volcanic fury.
Tree and vine, flower and shrub,
cover the abrupt, almost vertical sides
of the huge basin and clamber high
over ridge after', ridge, of the knife knife-like
like knife-like hills ; choke the deep ravines and
valleys with their prolific mass of
bloom and foliage, and, creeping in
rich abundance almost to the water's
edge, climb the black basalt cliffs tow towering
ering towering over the bay, thus seeking to
soften their harsh, broken outlines be
neath a rank growth -of vines and
' Great cascades, springing from the
living rock high, on the mountain side,
leap over mighty precipices, gleaming
like strands of silver In the sunlight,
to be lost in the mysterious depths of
dark gorges far below. These waters
wind through dark, tortuous ravines
and form the racing stream that tum tumbles
bles tumbles swiftly between the twisting hills
into the steep valley of Hanavave,
where it rushes over Its rocky bed to
pass into the blue waters of the quiet
Beyond the crescent of white sand
that lies between the cliffs, banyan,
mango, and breadfruit trees mingle
their brilliant foliage and blossoms
with the slender brown trunks and
waving frond of the pandanus and
Less than a century ago this forest
was thickly dotted with the brown
thatched huts of the Hanavavans, each
upon Its paepae or platform of stone
constructed without mortar or cement
Thousands of these paepae, no longer
In use, cling to the vertical sides of val
leys and ravines In a state of perfect
preservation, the platform usually 20
by 80 or, 40 feet, level and unbroken,
often walled up. 10 or 15 feet on the
Beautiful Women, Fierce Men.
To describe the dainty, graceful
Marquesanne as she unquestionably
was before Cook's advent may lay the
describer open to the charge of exag exaggeration.
geration. exaggeration. But from Mendana to Ste
venson, with Melville for good meaa-
nn her remarkable beauty was a
source of surprise and admiration.
When women possess beautiful, lux luxuriant
uriant luxuriant hair, fine eyes, perfect teeth,
a slender, graceful form, a skin of vel velvet
vet velvet texture and unblemished surface,
and these physical attractions are
combined with a vivacity of spirit and
action, exaggeration becomes difficult
and unless all chroniclers or tne is
lands have for several centuries agreed
to deceive the world, such was the
Marquesanne; so she is today when
sickness has not diminished her charm.
The men were fierce, cruel cannibals,
whose chief occupation, aside from the
indulgence of their amative proclivi proclivities,
ties, proclivities, was the killing of both men and
women of other tribes for gastronomic
The all-powerful tapu was the "law
and the prophets" of the Marquesaa.
Some of the taDDS for the STUldJ
ance of the women would probably In Incite'
cite' Incite' a suffragette to spectacular wrath.
Without exception on any Island, worn-
- enjoyed Vy tte
f ,?Lk!1 tL 11
men folks In the absence of the longer
Nor dally with bonlta or squid, the
two fishes most In favor with the
Nor, except on special occasions, "eat
fresh breadfruit, bananas, or coconut.
Nor could they go in canoes, a pco pco-vision
vision pco-vision to keep them from being cap captured
tured captured by enemies, lurking outside the
And, a tapu savoring of Solomon In
Its wisdom, women could not weep I
It would be a grave error to con conclude
clude conclude from the taboos mentioned that
the life of the Marquesan woman was
a hard one. f
They Had No Agriculture.
'Agriculture in any form was un unknown.
known. unknown. The natives took the bounti bountiful
ful bountiful variety, of flora the islands provid provided,
ed, provided, but to assist nature in any way
by tilling or replanting never occurred
to them. Content with their gratifica gratification
tion gratification of the desires of the day, the
Marquesans took literally no thought
The most favored intoxicant In the
Marquesas is namu-ehi, or, as it Is
more commonly known, koko. ELi Is
Marquesan for coconut, and It Is from
the coco palm that this most insidious
and delectable of drinks is made. A
tall coco palm that has been wind windblown
blown windblown so that Its plumy top jeans far
out of the perpendicular, is chosen.
The buds, -from which eventually fifty
or sixty nuts would be produced, grow
in a compact, oblong cluster near the
top of the palm. The native 'climbs
the tree and, using long strips of
bark or fiber, binds the cluster of
blossoms tightly round and round, until
the result resembles a huge, fatdgar
protruding from the fronds! under-,
neath the point of this a bowl Is sus suspended
pended suspended and the tip end of the wrap wrapping
ping wrapping sliced off.
After the second day It begins to
drip freely, but the end must be sliced
fresh every twenty-four hours to stim
ulate the flow. In this manner a tree
will furnish one or more gallons a day
for several weeks.
When fresh from the tree the bev beverage
erage beverage resembles a delicious lemonade,
with a flavor which would make the
fortune of a soft-drink manufacturer
who could reproduce It Fermentation
takes place speedily,, however, and In
a few hours vour soft drink has "hard
ened" Into a vicious man-killer thaT
only j a savage can go against with
Captain Cook's report placed the
Marquesas literally and figuratively
"on the map." That was 145 years
aeo. and since then the history of the
islands Is the tragic story of a losing
fight by a race of savages against a
civilization represented in this instance
by the whaler, the missionary, the
trader, the "blackblrder," and finally
their conquest and subjugation by a
In 1842 Admiral Du Petit-Thouars
took possession of the entire group In
the name of France, ostensibly to pro protect
tect protect the missionaries in their labors for
Christianity. Forts were built on sev several
eral several of the Islands and troops installed
to enforce French authority.
The ensuing fifty years is a record
of desultory war rare between tne
French soldiers and the Marquesan
warriors, in which the latter, alwayt
at war with each other and poorly
armed, were constantly defeated ; of
"blackbirders" from North and South
America, who- raided the weakened
villages and sold the men and women
Into slavery in far-off lands, and of
the frightful ravages of smallpox,
tuberculosis, leprosy,, and ether contagious.
young and old
It "melts in your
mouth" and the
center remains to
brighten teeth and
There are the other
friends to choose from too:
Tire, Tube or Service
Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co.
ROAD SERVICE .'
j. R. LONG W. A. STROUD
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 en; she thinks cold
weather sufficient protection.
' And it would cost her only a few cents a day to make sura that
the food is protected.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company
WITH EVERY ,WEODLNG
RING A LIFE INSURANCE
in the Equitable
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
' of the
ALBERT E. GERIG
- Ocala, Florida
Advertise in the Evening Star.
v y af?i? -fri
gum in the
B L O W O U'I!
If while on the way to the Fair, or
at the grounds, you should need a
CALL PHONE 438
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
Our plant is equipped for gir gir-ing
ing gir-ing yoa real service on your car.
We employ none bat expert
workmen, and yoa do not pay
for "breaking in" mechanics.
Let us clean up and overhaul
your car. YouTI be surprised at
the low cost of service in ocr
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
Phone 25S 121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533
.The more our customers see of .our
methods of handling fresh meats, the
better we like it. Come to see us.
MiT street Market. Phone 103. tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1922
mATEa under this heading are a
fol'ows: Maximum of six line one time
5c; three time 50cr six times 75c; one
month 93.00. All account payable la
advaaee except to those who have reg
ular advertising accounts.
PARTY FOR MISS JARRETT
WANTED Young woman willing to
learn a trade; small recompense to
start. Apply at No. 20, North Mag-1 representing the A
Margaret Taylor, the dainty little Miss Vesta Jarrett of Little Rock;
daughter of Ma. and Mrs. Geo. L. Tay- Ark., who is the guest of her sister,
If you have any local or society J jor hostess Saturday to about Mrs. Allen Walkley, was compliment-
items for the Star, phone five-one. (fifty of her little friends and play- Ld Saturday afternoon by her sister,
mates, the occasion being -the anni-lwho entertained about sixty-five la-
Rev. C C. Frazier of Bushnell is a versary of her fourth birthday. From dies during the afternoon. Mrs. E. J.
visitor in Ocala today. three to five o'clock Saturday after- Crook met the guests and cordially
noon was the time which had been welcomed them as they arrived, and
Mr. D. W. Robertson of Orlando, designated as "party hours" and dur- after a few minutes chat with her met
27-6t the city.
LOST Crank to Chevrolet automo automobile.
bile. automobile. Finder please return to F. W.
A. C. Co., is in ing these hours every minute was fill- their hostess and the guest of honor,
ed with happiness and pleasure. w&o received -in the entrance hall.
The game of the afternoon, wnicn Little Margaret Ann, the youngest
WANTED Two or three roomers
with or without board. Rates reas
onAhle. Kitchen trivileees. Phone
8th St., opposite High School build build-543.'
543.' build-543.' Mrs. Geo. F. Young, 512 E
Wonderful dayg and nights at sea were played on the big lawn in front daughter of Mrs. Walkley, stood in-
refresh the mind for years with pleas- of the house, were all suggestive oi side the front living room door, dainty
ant memories. Merchants & Miners the Thanksgiving season. For the first and winsome in her pretty frock of
have frequent sailings from Jackson- game balls, which the children were hand-embroidered pink flesh georgette
ville to Baltimore and Philadelphia. It told were turkey eggs, were hidden crepe, and as the guests arrived she
about the yard and tMe children were offered her long-handled basket from
FOR SALE Six room house on Al Alvarez
varez Alvarez street near primary school.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or Mrs. M. E.
Layne, corner of Alvarez and Tenth
street. Phone, 210. 27-6t
Delicious fruit cake. Orders taken, told to find them and after they were which they received their tally cards,
I Ninety cents a pound. Phone 278. 21-6t fount! the object was to see who could being decorated baskets filled with
throw the most into the turkey nests roses. The guests thereby located their
Gardner's famous fruit cake, layer which had been placed in a tree. This tables for the afternoon. The thirteen
cake, pound cake and raisin cake at 1 was quite a hard job and two little tables were placed in the front and
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 10-tf boys were the only ones who proved Back living room and in the dining
proficient m this contest. Then an r0om. Vases and baskets 6f flowers
Mrs. L. M. Jones of Milledgeville, other game which caused much mern- made a pretty background for the
Ga., arrived in the city today for a ment and also required skill, was hit- players. Jn the front living room pink
viist with her sister. Mrs. P. V. Leav- ting the turkey. A big, real-looking roses were used, in the dining mnm a
FOR SALE Baby ben, walnut finish, Lngood. turkey had been painted, Mrs. George color scheme of red was carried out
Martin being the clever artist, and with deep crimson dahlias and in the
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hillman an this turkey was hung up and the chil- back living room a variety of flowers
rejoicing over the arrival at their dren were given balls to hit the tur- were effectively combined. On the
home on North -Magnolia street of a key on the head. Little Margaret comfortable living poroh white baskets
pretty little daughter. Sewell proved most' proficient in with vivid red poinsettias made a
marKsmansmpc j pleasing note in the decorations.
Mr. Raymond Thorn, who has been After the games, which took up the- Four rounds of auction proved ja pleas-.
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suuenng wnn lonsmus ior me past jhwu w oncmuun, 1C ant diversion ana alter tne games
three by five. Complete with mat
tress. Never been used. Phone
STRAYED Monday night from still
at Belleview, one iron gray horse;
" mane worn off, on withers and up
close to his ears; hangs clipped off
from face. Last seen Thursday eve
ning near ball park in Ocala.. Re Reward.
ward. Reward. Notify John Williams, at
TAXI SERVICE REDUCED Regu
-lar fare in the city was 40 cents,
Cut to 25 cents a passenger. Phone
526 or 527. Three comfortable cars
' at your service day or night. Car
teis Auto For Hire. 25-t
T. M. KILGORE
I have just ooened a RETAIL GROCERY
STORE in the Hampton Block, West x
Broadway, where I shall ai all
times keep a complete line of Sta Staple
ple Staple and Fancy Groceries and- Feed
Supplies. r- l : .
I solicit a share of the public pat- -ronage,
and promise to give satis-
J- faction in every instance. Every
iem of the stock is branH new.
Telephone 643 No Delivery and Close Prices
T. M. KILGORE
ten days and had his tonsils removed, freshments were served on the lawn, tea cloths were spread on the card
is now slowly improving. consisting or cake and ice cream tables and refreshments of chicken
, cones.' Then the children were lined salad, salted nuts, sandwiches and
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant np two and two and marched into the coffee were served. The hostess was
rood will perform wonders with yourinouse and to tne dining room and assisted in serving by Mrs. Alison
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court around the table which contained the Wartmann, Mrs. James" Knight. Miss
LARGE TYPE The Star Job Officw
has a quantity of large type espe
We buy second-hand furniture. Ap
ply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex
position street. 10-tf
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Dirtnaay cane, ine oinmg room was Susie Lou Ellis Miss Marian
attractive witn potted .plants L and nPwAv and Mica Mara Maoii tw
chrysanthemums. The decorations Walkley presented her guest of honor
were in pink and white. Streamers oi th a pretty hand-pakited powder
tnese colors were suspended irom tne and several of the ladies who
chandelier to- the four corners of the
made hierh scores durin? the afternoon
Major T. u. Lancaster has been tame and in tne center oi tne taoie hvpr nwnV nrottir fanrc mm va
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ciaiiy adapted to printing piacarus.. SiCk fQr the past ten days but his was- the big birthday cake iced in mund Martin received a hand-nainted
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remaps yuu wurnauk sume many iriends will be glad to near wmce ana pinK, DanKea witn iern. ui
your fair week advertising! Call that he is somewhat better today.
pnone 01 and let us prepare mem
for you. 24-4t-i
FORDS We have
coupe, touring and light truck.
Terms and prices right. Spencer
Pedrick Motor Co.,' Ocala, Fla.
Phone 8. 23-tf
Taylor's Musical Dramatic Com-
a clever bunch of performers,
will give. a performance tomorrow
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TnPTYi" n spfinTi. i -
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arnveu lit ucaia tins
salted nut set: Miss Marv Burfnrd r-
the cake were two little dolls with U,ived a desk set of ink seal;
outstretched hands, each holding a and candles, and Mrs. Harry Dozier
lignum canuie. ine taoie wer ai&o reCeived a combination set of table
tne iavors, pretty pink and,wnite pa paper
per paper containers tied with ribbons in the
same colors and containing home-
markers and score pads. Miss Jar
rett, the guest of honor, was attract-
ive in orcnin ypnrprtA unci rrpnm
inaue canuies. i nese were eiven io iQ
Fish roe, salt mackerel,
the children as they passed around the
FOR SALE One good gentle mare, pigs feet and tripe. at the U-Serve
extra fine buggy or saddle horse; Stores. Two phones No. 1, 195; No.
also two nice Jersey cows and two .2, 614. v 24-2t
Jersey heifers. One of the
Saturday afternoon's party
was one of the largest that has been
given this season and the attention to
will be fresh by January.
The friends of Mrs. E. A. Snowden
And then they all went out doors detail ad flnnm-nfTnsnts ihtt .rtT1MT,;o1
again and the cake was brought out surroundings along fte cordial
and each child cut a piece, the follow- hosnitalitv of TuA
ing receiving the little trinkets which aftemoon a Pieasant memorv to aU
it contairjed: Barbara Lindner and nro.0.f
sell cheap ot trade for land near and familv will he son-v to hear that John Preer. the dimes; Audrey Car
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town. W. D. Carn. 23-tf they are leaving tomorrow for Plant sep!lmt Aranm, the Rose, red, blue and white hyacinths
City, where they will make their fu " 1V"; and yellow, cream and white narcissus
ture home. ?ore' me rings; Margaret xayior and without bowls at The Book Shon. St
1f. HT14. XI 1 XX r-
FOR SALE Second hand willow
baby carriage in good condition.
Has just been done over. Apply to
Mary Melton, the buttons.
TT i n ja t"i ii n
Tho fripnHa nf Mia TTIpt, HarHpP iIlcre werr auuui niiy nxne IOIKS
The monarchists seem to feel that
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IM !' f : 1 inn. ThnA VI IH VV.ht I i w m m i 1
uuo, u. u, uiuuuw, wiuuc ... . : j weseui 8iiu lurs. layior was assisieu I xi t-i
ue gmu io learn mat uisieau oi ; . tue war tiouus in Europe presage a
cuiciwiuuiig ujr irirs. Clarence run- TP v IcKnm-lU T-nc.
FOR RENT Nice little cottage xn going to Jacksonville, she will remain
East Fort King avenue, four rooms, in Ocala, having accepted a position p J" j ,V
i-xx ,.-xi -x..,.- i-x j x-- 1 at u" t Tioi,, x Lancaster Jr. and Mi
lips, Mrs. J. P. Galloway, Mrs. T. D.
rs, L. H. Pillans.
Little Margaret is a special favorite I
hatt and bath: city lichts and water, at E. T. Helvenston's store.X
w xr v'oon x WiKz vnnr r,nt T,lntc i--Jan"n her Pymates and on this oc-
O. Box 85! 21-6t flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold cf,sifn' J1besides be,in. he dpient of
in 25c. 50c. and $2 packages at the tt" T."t BWU. WI&.nes io1 .many
FOR RENT Rooms for light house- Court Pharmacy.
keeping, nicely furnished, two
blocks east of court house. Apply
239 Oklawaha. Phone 507. 21-6t
Glace cherries and pineapples at
the O. K. Teapot Grocery. 24-4t
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.
Mrs. L. W. Duval and Mrs. C. R. Ty-
(Jincs. wVin Iiavp hrn nt.t.pnHintr tli
State Federation of Woman's CTubs Were ,present
at Green Cove Springs, returned
home Saturday afternoon.
more oirtnoays, sne also received a
number of pretty and useful presents.
A large turkey nest which was on a
table on the front porch was filled and
running over with the presents, and
the party which was so' much enjoyed
will long be .remembered by all who
THey say thatour Used Car sales salesmen
men salesmen show an unusual amount of
enthusiasm in their work." Why
shouldn't they? They see the
Used Cars when they come in.
They see what overhauling is
done and they know how much it
costs. They- KNOW -that both
the car and- the price are right
when the1 car finally comes to
them for sale. Why -wouldn't
they be enthusiastic? N
Remember A maed car in only a good
aa the firm with which yon deal.
ery Number 19, 8888S88
meets every sec-
ond Friday night I
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
FOR SALE OR RENT Large two- Mr. W. L. Gray, a former citizen of
I have moved mv shoe renair shon
to Gold street, east of the Anthony ways welcome.
Fort Xing Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall every second and fourth
Frid.iy evenings of each month at 8
o'clock. Visiting sovereigns are .al-
. story concrete building on the south Ocala, but now living in JacksonvUle, 1 m prepared th&l
1 f ci il. Tnxl- x x x lie a xrtcltrtt" in DiqIq this tztoaIt onm. I
side of South Fifth street, west.
Apply to Mrs. Zora D. Mclver, Ir
vine, Fla. 20-10t
AUTO FOR SALE One Oakland
touring, completely overhauled, new
top; refinished. $200 cash and easy
payments on balance. Autogenous slogan.
Welding Co., Phone 5. 24-6t
is a visitor in Ocala this week, com-1
ing especially to see the fair. Mr.
Gray is now doing well in the jewelry
repair business jn Jacksonville.
Let us supply your groceries. Reas
onable prices and prompt delivery our
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. SUMMERLTN,
13-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer.
P. W. Whiteside, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
In the heart of the city, witi
Hemming Park ior ; a front
yard. Every modern conveni convenience
ence convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
10BERT M. MEYER, Manager,
r. E. KAVANAUGH, Proprietor
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Main Street Market. Phone
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
FOR RENT Down stairs apartment,
four rooms and bath; modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Phone 450 or see Dr. W.
K. Lane. 24-tf
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and mefts at the Masonic hall the second
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose am! and OXXT?l Thursday evening of each
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent ator
I C. V. Roberts & Co.
TRUCK FOR SALE One Ford light
truck. Completely overhauled. All Mrs., Willis arrived yesterday from
new parts needed. $50 cash, easy her home ir Pennsylvania and will
payments on balance. Autogenous spend the winter in Ocala, the guest
month at' 8 o'clock.
. Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.1
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
Residence Phone 305
217 W. Broadway
Welding Co. Phone 5. 24-6t
FOR SALE Fresh milk cow fresh
last Saturday. She worth the
money asked. See her at 21 W. Ft.
King; Ave. D. N. Mathews, phone
FOR SALE Very fine cabbage and
onion plants; mail orders. Mrs. T.
M. McLean, Box 85. Phone 220. 6t
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1921 Buick
Six Touring. Terms if desired. See
of Mrs. W. B. Thorn.- The two are old
friends and 'they are anticipating a
NURSERY STOCK Several hun hundred
dred hundred exceptionally fine Pineapple
orange trees on sour stock, for sale.
Marion County Nurseries, Ocala,
.'OR RENT Part of my farm, 40 to
70 acres, as good trucking land as
there is in the county. Standing
rent or share crop. Stock and tools
furnished. Free of stumps. Call on
or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf
Mrs. C. W. Effinger, Mrs. L. C. Mon$
and Mrs. Earl Dunkin of West Palm
Beach, arrived in Ocala Saturday and
are guests of Mrs. Effiriger's mother,
Mrs. L. S. Blake. Tomorrow afternoon
from 3 to 5 o'clock Mrs. Blake will
entertain for her guests.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets!
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren eiways welcome, uoage rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book i
Shop, 113 Main street.
W. R. Pedrick, E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
NOTICE of ANIMALS EXPOUNDED
EDUCATIONAL AND GET
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p .m.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
This is to certify that I have this
rtny placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animal whlch has
teen found running at large within the
to limits nf the citv of Ocala.
contrary to the ordinance of said city: I 9
One dark red bull, seems as me orig original
inal original mark bullet hole, underbit in one
ear and bullet hole in the other, but
both holes have been split out.
The owner thereof or his agent
and all whom it may concern, are
herebv notified that if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
WHUTE STAR LINE
efcotiable -Storage Reeeipta leaned oa Cotton, Automobile. Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
BIOVE, PACK, SHD7
This evening at 8 o'clock
there will ben educational and
get together meeting at the Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic Temple. All Master Mas Masons
ons Masons come and have a glad hand
A. C. .Blowers, W. M.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE Nthi.a re L'u f J?" i1!'
1922. 1 will sell the same to the high-
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A. I est and best bidder, said sale to take
jM., meets on the first and third place between the-hours of 11 a. m.
Thnrsdav eveniiiM of each month t and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
7:30 o'clock until further notice. Pound m 0cala'
A. C. Blowers, W. M. Marshal City of Ocala.
B. L. Adams, Secretary. H. H. Hill, Impounder of Cattle. It
WE SELL AND RECOMMEND.
TUgy CASClTiQ POVmHl
r.OOK'S MARKET & GROCERY j
Turkeys for Thanksgiving, 10 to' 20
pounds, 40c per lb. Phone or write.
Anthony Farms, Anthony, Fla. 25-3t
AOMXXISTRATORS KOTICCOF SALE
Notice Is hereby grlren that the on on-dersigned
dersigned on-dersigned will on Monday, the 4th day
of December. H22. at the west door-of
the -court house In Ocala, Marlon coun county.
ty. county. Florida, and during the legal hours
of sale, offer for sale at public sale and
will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, personal prooerty' belonging
to the estate of Kichalos Rlzzo, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, to-wlt: 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
Ex-Offlclo Adnr. Estate of Nlchalos
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