WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight, probably showers in north portion; Tuesday generally fair, cooler in north and central portions.
TEMPERATURES This Morning, 6S; This Afternoon, 80.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1922
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 6:36; Sets, 5:49.
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 253
USTEIIIS HA! HAS REFUSED
FIIIE TALK FROM
THE GLAD HARD
CORONER'S JURY SIXTFEH
IN CALIFORNIA SOLD 10 SKIER
Described as Justifiable Homicide The
Act of a Man Who Clubbed
His Wife to Death
To the Shipping Companies Which
Wanted Permanent Injunctions
Against Complying With
Duval County Man Buys Blooded
Stock from a Marion
Fresno, Calif., Oct. 23. Justifiable
homicide was the verdict returned to today
day today by the coroner's jury that inquir inquired
ed inquired into the death of Mrs. Clara Har Harlow,
low, Harlow, nineteen, whose husband, George
Harlow, thirty, an electrician, was
said to have clubbed her to death with
a shotgun near their home at North
Fork yesterday when he found her in
the company of a young man of her
own age. Harlow said he returned
home unexpectedly. His wife and her
visitor fled. The husband seized his
shotgun and fired twice but missed.
He pursued his wife, overtook her and
is alleged to have struck her repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly on her head, crushing the skull.
The Anthony Farms have sold six-
itcvn of their Holstein cows to Mr. S.
Ben Skinner, who has a farm five
miles south of Jacksonville. All or
the Holsteins sold to Mr. Skinner have
high records. The animals include a
registered Holstein bull, Fairlawn
King DeKol with eight 1200-pound
butter records in his pedigree. The
Anthony Farms still have a dairy
! herd of fifty head of Holstein, Guern
sey and Jersey cows with a yearling
bull with a high record back of him.
Agreement for Team Work Among
Civic Bodies May be Made
Nov. 10, at Orlando
W ith Probably Fatal Result On Dixie
Highway Last Night Near
Fort Lauderdale, Oct. 23. Peter P.
Radieu, of East Hartford, Conn., is
in the county jail as the result of an
automobile accident near here last
night. Three persons were in a coupe
With a view to bringing about a
closer co-operation of chambers of
commerce and similar civic bodies for
the development of Florida, a confer
ence has been called to be held at Or Orlando
lando Orlando on Friday, Nov. 10th. The call
has been issued by the presidents of
several commercial organizations in
the larger cities of the state. A let letter
ter letter has been sent out signed by those
with Dadieu when it struck a touring
car with a pary from Hollywood, near J presidents which reads in part as fol-
Miami. Two women in tne touring car iows:
were injured when it overturned, one
of them perhaps fatally.
PONZI MAY REMAIN
YEARS IN PRISON
Jp for a Second Offense Before First
Term is Out
Boston, Oct. 23. Charles Ponzi,
whose schepie of quick riches for in
vestors In an international postal
reply collapsed two years ago, is
ready for trial in superior court on
charges preferred against him by the
state. He is now serving a five-year
sentence for using the mails to de
PHILIPS WANTS ST. JOHNS
COUNTY'S BRIDGE PHIXED
Tallahassee, Oct. 23. The report of
Chairman Philips to the state road de
partment at its quarterly meeting to
day recommended he be authorized to
use sufficient funds to repair bridges
on the road in St, Johns county as
soon as available and that the state
take over that part of state road No.
4 in Brevard county.
MAYBE HE WTAS RIGHT
Rockford, 111., Oct. 23. Leaving a
note declaring he committed the crime
as an act of mercy, Thomas Cornwell,
sixty-seven, of Genoa, beat and
strangled to death his wife's uncle,
Curtis Smith, sixty-nine, then killed
himself with chlorcorm. "I am do
ing this act as an act of mercy, as
neither of us is of ny use," was the
text of the note he left.
"It is our thought that the presi
dents and secretaries of the organiza organizations
tions organizations should certainly be present, and
also such other representatives of the
commercial bodies of Florida as may
be delegates by those bodies.
"There are over a hundred commer
cial organizations in Florida, all work
ing to the same end, viz: The upbuild
ing of this state, and it is our thought
that some association or central clear
ing house of these bodies might be
worked out at this conference that
would enable this state to take the
fullest advantage ef Its natural op
portunities. Moreover, such an asso
ciation of organized business men
would, if formed, offer a means of se securing
curing securing expression of business opinion
upon non-political questions of state
wide nature, which does not now exist
and should be most helpful in the
adoption of common policies and in
the exchange of information."
The letter is signed by the follow-
ing: a. u. Lole, president west raim
Beach Chamber of Commerce; H. A
Dann, president St. Petersburg Cham
ber of Commerce; W. F. Miller, presi
dent Tamna Board of Trade: H. P.
Adair, president Jacksonville Cham
ber of Commerce; E. G. Sewell, presi
dent Miami Chamber of Commerce;
Paul C. Stewart, president Pensacola
Chamber of Commerce; N. P. Yowell,
president Orlando Chamber of Com
New York, Oct. 23 (By Associated
Press). Federal Judge Hand today
handed down a decision dismissing the
motion of foreign and American ship shipping
ping shipping companies for a permanent in injunction
junction injunction restraining federal prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition agents from putting into effect
the bone dry ruling of Attorney Gen General
eral General Daugherty. He extended the stay
temporarily, however, providing that
steamship companies file an immed immediate
iate immediate appeal to the United States su
MUST COUNT THEIR DRINKS
Washington, Oct. 23 Ocean steam steamers
ers steamers which sailed from foreign ports
yesterday for the United States faced
the necessity of carefully computing
the amount of alcoholic beverages on
board ship against the mileage showft
by the ship's daily log. The last stein
and decanter must be emptied before
the ship crosses the three-mile line,
marking the accepted limit of Ameri American
can American maritime jurisdiction, under an
interpretation of the prohibition laws
which became effective at 12:01
o'clock Sunday morning. Fleets of
nine companies are temporarily ex exempt
empt exempt from operation of the law by
reason of injunction proceedings pend pending
ing pending before Federal Judge Hand in
New York, and will be permitted to
enter with their wet goods safely
sealed under the system which pre
vailed before Attorney General
Daugherty ruled that the eighteenth
amendment and the Volstead act ap
plied to American "territory" as a
whole and not only to the continental
Bonar Law Will Accept Uie Task Of
Forming a Ministry For
London, Oct. 23. (By Associated
Press). Andrew Bonar Law was
unanimously elected leader of the
unionist party at a party meeting to today
day today and on leaving the meeting told
newspaper men he would accept the
tas kof forming a ministry.
ROUGH WEATHER OVER
THE LAKE REGION
Storm Moving Rapidly Eastward, And
Cooler Weather Will
Washington, Oct. 23. A disturb disturbance
ance disturbance of considerable intensity central
over the lake region today will move
rapidly eastward this afternoon or to tonight
night tonight and be followed by considerably
cooler weather in the states east of
the Mississippi river with frosts prob probable
able probable tonight in the Ohio valley, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, northern Alabama and north northern
ern northern and central Mississippi.
At St. Petersburg Featured This
Morning's Meeting of The State
St. Petersburg, Oct. 23 An address
by Senator Duncan U. Fletcher feat featured
ured featured the morning session today of the
annual convention of the Florida
Realtors Association. The senator
urged maintenance and improvement
Says Army Engineer, CoL Youngberg,
Who Has Had the Section
Jacksonville, Oct. 23. (Associated
Pcess). Reports of heavy damage in
the Everglades section as the result of
floods due to the incessant rains of
the last few weeks were "grossly ex exaggerated,"
aggerated," exaggerated," according to Colonel Gil-
a 1 m :
conamons in norma and i hert Yrmncrhorcr tt s a nmnu
j J. -Jg,iiiVl
stressed the importance of mosquito j in charge of the Florida district, who
eradication. He pledged national aid two weeks ago personally insDected
if local efforts were made to this end. ; a larere Dart of tb flnnHoH arA
is receiving' daily reports on the situation.
rLETCHER SPOKE IN
PRAISE OF FLORIDA
REDDICK IS GROWING
Orlando, Oct. 22. "Florida isde isde-veloping
veloping isde-veloping faster than any other state
in the union and its resources and
possibilities of further development
almost unlimited," declared United j
States Senator Duncan U. Flelcher in j
an address here yesterday evening be
fore more than 150 men and women I
representing the realty boards of the
northern and eastern sections of the
NOTHING TO NOTHING
c-f of a
urn. . ,. i j i organization oi a DanK nere.
"The greatest horticultural and ag-
. u ....... slowing officers were elected
FRANK LYN CAR
DESTROYED BY FIRE
TOO LATE TI INVESTIGATE
New York, Oct. 23. Two separate
inquiries wer launched today into the
origin of the tenement fire early yes
terday in which fifteen lives were lost,
seventeen injured and J.50 made home
Sunday night about eight o'clock
Jesse McDuffy lost his Franklyn car
by fire. The car was broken down
about three miles from town on the
eld Carney road. Jesse left it and
walked to town for a truck to pull the
car' in. When he and the truck arriv
ed on the scene of action a little later
they discovered the Fraklyn in flames.
The car was partly covered by insur insurance.
ance. insurance. McDuffy has hard luck with his
cars. This is the second he has lost
ANNOUNCED BY NASH
Following closely its announcement
of a new sport model, Nash Motors is
now in production on a roadster of
new and improved type. The body,
toned in rich maroon is swung low to
the road, the wheels being finished in
bright vermilion. The top is ecru silk
mohair while the upholstery and inter interior
ior interior trimmings are all dark gray Span
The new Nash type ventilator
places the cowl just forward of the
one-niece windshield, the posts of
which are nickeled. There also is a
nickeled radiator shell. The new road
ster includes sucl other refinements
as a new steering mechanism, oil kipp
equipment and new barrel head lamps,
equipped with an exclusive Nash de
vice that permits light adjustment to
any angle quickly. Across the front
of the chassis side members is a heavy
bar that anchors the frame solidly
against "weaving" or road strain.
The new Nash roadster will make
particular appeal to those who require
a car of this type for business or
pleasure and whose preference lies
with one that is powerful yet hand
some in appearance.
A pleasing and truthful headline
for this article would be "Ocala Shut
Orlando Out," but if used it might be
embarrassing when the score was
quoted to have to explain that Orlando
also shut Ocala out. When the whis whistle
tle whistle blew at the end of the final period
of the game the score stood 0 to 0 in
Ocala's favor. Owing to the crippled
condition of the team Ocala took to
Orange county, the local football fans
are greatly pleased that we were able
to hold the Orlando boys seoreless
even if we were unable to put across
touchdown ourselves. Seven of the
regular players were declared ineligi ineligible
ble ineligible just the day before the game. It
was too late to practice the subs in
the regular positions' so Coach. Blitch
lad to enter the game with fear and
Before the first quarter was over he
found that much of his fear was need
less, for the Ocala team played a good
game from the jump. In the first two
quarters neither team made the downs
over one or two times. In the third
quarter Ocala seemed to have things
going her way and was pushing Or
Jando steadily back but in the last
period the Orlando team put in fresh
men and saved the day.
wnen tne game ended ucaia was
within thirteen yards and was going
good. The playing of Bebe Daniels
at quarter for Ocala was a feature
of the game. Bebe was hurt twice
but owing to Ocala's total lack of
subs was forced to continue in the
game. He managed the team well and
completed a forward pass that placed
his name on the honor roll. Ferguson
Borland, Stevens, Knight and Lewis
r.ll played exceptionally good games
mw I AT ViYiith nrociHonf -I H
clared m the course of his address. iT, rt i- r
A ., i iiorreu oi ucaia. casnier. ine 101-
tie quoted David F. Houston, former T
secretary of agriculture m support ; Sraith j. H. Williams, J. B. Horrell,
Still it looks like poor tactics for
Kemal to massacre out of existance
practically all his prospective taxpay
ers. Dallas News.
Reddick, Oct. 21. A large number
of business men and citizens met with
Mr. M. A. Perry, of the Bank of Com Commerce
merce Commerce of Tampa, Wednesday evening,
Oct. 18, at the K. of P. hall and per perfected
fected perfected an organization known, as the
Eeddick State Bank. Messrs. J. M.
Smith and J. H. Williams started this
movement several months ago and
j have been very enthusiastic over the
The f ol-tempo-
his declarations, rlorida has both
heat and moisture, a combination sel
dom encountered. Senator Fletcher
said and in such a field, he continued
the greatest crops can be grown out
of any kind of soil.
The visiting realtors were welcomed j
to Orlando by N. Y. Yowell, president
of the local chamber of commerce, I
W. W. Rose, president of the local
board presiding at the meeting. Miami
had the largest delegation of any city
COMMERCE OF PORTO
RICO SHOWS DECLINE
San Juan, P. R., Oct. 23. Island
commerce for the hscal year ended
with June, amounting to $136,317,720,
shows a decline of $81,410,558 from
the previous year which, next to 1920,
was the banner trade year of the isl
and. Exports were valued at $72,-
142,571 and imports totaled $64,175,-
BAD BEHAVIOR OF
THE FLYING BOYS
Laredo, Texas, Oct. 23. According
to authentic reports here customs of
ficials and deputy marshals seized a
United States airplane here while a
quantity of Mexican liquor was being
placed aboard. An united States army
officer and his mechanician were arrested.
DR. LYMAN ABBOTT DEAD
A M. Perry, L. M. Redding, C. B.
Howell and G. I. Bentley. After per perfecting
fecting perfecting the organization a building
site was selected and plans made for
the early erection of a building. We
wish for this young bank much suc success.
cess. success. The Commercial Lame Company's
plant here is a busy place. The com company
pany company is making many improvements
and addition additional men to the
Messrs. O. G. Johnson and H. G.
Hull have formed a company and ex expect
pect expect to put several acres to orange
nursery. Mr. Johnson has a fine crop
of fall beans and is shipping in large
quantities at this time. These two
prosperous farmers expect to plant
several hundred acres of vegetables
Redding Bros, have erected a nice
packing house here and have been
shipping cukes, eggplants and peppers
Mr. E. H. Hopkins, who is owner
and manager of the Chicora planta plantation,
tion, plantation, has several thousand orange
trees almost ready to bud. He has
taken as his partner in the nursery
Mr. J. B. Devore, owner and manager
of the Wayside farm. And they ex-
I ntrf tn crr into thp minprv hrisinAsa
Mr. P. H. Nugent of Ocala, who set
six acres to nursery just west of town
almost two years ago, has sold it for
$20,000 to Fred D. Waite of Palmetto.
This is one of the prettiest little nurs nurseries
eries nurseries in the state.
There has been much improvement
in and around town this year in build-
Creoles in Pageant of Evangeline's Wanderings
ATTORNEY GENERAL WILL
TRY TO SOLVE IT
HE SHOULD COME
AND PLANT AT HASTINGS
Trenton, N. J., Oct. 23. At the re request
quest request of Supreme Court Justice Par
ker, the attorney general's depart
ment today assumed charge of the
investigation of the Hall-Mills mur murder
der murder case. Attorney General McCran
deputized Wilbur B. Mott, of Essex
county, as deputy attorney general in
London, Oct. 23. What is claimed
to be the world's record in potato
growing is reported from Ilkerton. In
the presence of a large number of
people a farmer named F. Peel,
weighed potatoes totalling 424 pounds
and six ounces, all of which was pro
duced from one pound of seed.
ERIN GOES BRAGH AGAIN
Belfast, Oct. 23. Four free staters
were killed and three wounded in a
bomb attack on a motor car at Ferry
Carrig, County Wexford, yesterday.
Perhaps it is an encouraging sign
that so many nations are worrying
about their debts. It is usually the
creditors who do the worrying. Bos Boston
ton Boston Shoe and Leather Reporter.
GRAND JURY AT MARION
IN SESSION AGAIN
Marion, 111., Oct. 23. (Associated
Press). The state attorney today re renewed
newed renewed his investigation of the Herrin
nine killings in conjunction with the
scheduled reconvening today after a
30-day recess of the Williamson coun county
ty county special grand jury which returned
SS6 indictments before the recess.
At that, an inflated currency can't
do Germany as much harm as the
inflated ego did. Manchester Herald.
We fancy Mr. Hearst has his mo moments
ments moments of depression when he feels that
it is useless for him to waste any
more of his time and money trying to
save New York. Columbia Record.
New York, Oct. 23. Private funer-
0w -v, AiaA "ig. In addition to many homes being
, j -, remodeled and painted, two beautiful
here yesterday, from the residence to- i x.
'bungalows are being erected, me that
morroW of Mr. G. I. Bentley, who purchased a
: let from Dr. R. D. Ferguson here in
'town, and has erected a very attract-
- -- rm. 1 1 i v r rr
j ive nome. i ne oiner is xnai; oi jar. xx.
j P. Billingsley, who is erecting a bung bung-Jalow
Jalow bung-Jalow on the highway just south of
P The Knights of Pythias, who com com-tl
tl com-tl jpleted their fine home this summer,
are a live bunch and always doing
something. They have a membership
j of seventy-five and have several appli-
who have started on their way to
knighthood. The entertainment com-
jmittee is working on a dramatic play
entitled "Deacon Dubbs," which they
expect to play at the lodge hall on
! Friday evening, Oct. 27th. They as as-;
; as-; sure all who attend a real treat. They
'expect to visit several other towns in
the county this winter, as the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds are to be applied on the build-
'ing fund of the lodge,
j Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Dansby, who
'purchased the Denman house and re re-njodeled
njodeled re-njodeled it, have rented an apartment
! to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bishop.
Mr. J. S. Guynn of Dunnellon has
moved his family here and they have
taken rooms with Mrs. Mary E. Rou
at the McAuley house. Mr. Guynn
I ha3 a position with the Commercial
Lime Co. Mrs. Rou and family expect
to move within a short time to their
farm just west of town.
Ti.t- Creole?- -f New Thera. La., recently staged a pazeant depicting the JourneyiagB of Evangeline, heroine
Longfellow's poem. The !Ilustrnti"ii shows a -group of th characters at the bajoa landing where Evangeline
fald to have landed, and. at right, Miss Rita Blancliet. vrho had the name part.
More wood is used for shipbuilding
today than when wooden vessels were
the only ones afloat.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1922
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One year. In advance .00
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Three months, in advance 1.50
One month, in advance 60
not made on the basi3 prescribed by
the constitution." We have said from
the first the amendment was not as
good as it should be, but the Times
has fearfully warped our language as commerce
well as our meaning. The constitu
tion itself is basic; an amendment to
it becomes a part of it and also
basic this is as plain as two and two
make four. Shouldn't the Times man
go quick to the eye doctor ?
of Florida commanding one of the at attacking
tacking attacking American brigades.
The Emden and other German
The Honorable Board of County Com Commissioners,
missioners, Commissioners, Ocala, Fla.
Gentlemen: I herewith make appli-
PAY YOUR TAXES AND
HELP THE SCHOOLS
(October 2nd, Continued)
The following warrants were order
ed drawn to cover bills duly examined,
passed and ordered paid, to-wit:
General fund, No. 13558 to No.
1301, 11.430.86; fine and forfeiture
fund, No. 9536 to No. 9575, $890.84;
i cad fund, No. 17591 to 17949, $10,-
136.26; state aid road fund, No. 1437
to No. 1442, $173.71; agricultural
fund,' No. 748, $200.
The board thereupon adjourned.
R. B. Meffert, Chairman.
Attest: T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk.
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 20, 1922.
The board of county commissioners
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tions insertions 25 Der cent additional. Composi
tion charges on ads. that run less than J
six thnes 10 cents per Inch. Special j not ony save the county and
based on four-inch minimum. Less than
four Inches will take a higher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica application
Heading: Votloent Five cents per line
for first insertion; three cents per line
for each subsequent insertion. One
chaifsre a week allowed on readers with without
out without lextra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Wonder if Admiral Sims will now
go to England to live? Times-Union.
What's the use. The British are not
any more fond of hearing the dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable truth than Americans are.
Judging from the returns from the
senatorial election in Georgia the citi citizens
zens citizens of that state decided to let
George do it. Miami Herald.
Shucks we were just going to
write that ourself.
Under the heading of "Six New
Senators," The Tampa Tribune fires
at the Star half a column of suppo suppositions.
sitions. suppositions. Life is too short and busy
for us, Friend Trib., to write supposi suppositions,
tions, suppositions, let alone answer them.
Mr. Lester Lucas has been notified
that he has passed the civil service
examination for postmaster. From
what the Star can learn, the appoint appointment
ment appointment will go either to him or Mr.
Philip Murphy. Either will be accept acceptable
able acceptable to the people of Ocala.
Over in Ocala a thief took a car
parked in the bright light shining
from the front door of a church, in
which the car's owner was attending
prayer meeting. There's a moral
somewhere in that tale. Miami Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. The owner of the car couldn't see
anything moral about it.
Admiral Sims has been retired but
his mouth is still on the active list.
America should be glad that it has
a naval officer who is brave enough to
tell the truth about the navy. We
guess that the reason why the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union winces every time Sims speaks
is because the T.-U. long ago fell in
love with Josephus Daniels.
cruisers seriously crippling Allied cation for position as county engineer ;
of Marion county for one year, and
agree to perform faithfully and effi efficiently
ciently efficiently the duties of the position for
tfce salary of $5000 per annum, pay-:
able monthly, my term of services to
begin on or before Nov. 15th, 1922,
provided the county will furnish me i
with a Ford automobile and the up-!
keep of same to be used in the county J
service, and also that the county will
defray any extraordinary expense I j
may be put to in the interest of the j
county when operating under the di direction
rection direction of the board.
Respectfully, J. E. Walker.
The above application was ordered
placed on file and after discussion,
upon motion of Commissioner Talton,
seconded by Commissioner Weathers,
and carried, the board accepted the
services of the said J. E. Walker as
county engineer, under the terms and
conditions as set forth in the above
Iplication, $3000 of the salary to be
paid from the county road fund and
2000 of same to be paid from the
Mr. J. C. Howell appeared before
the board and stated that he would
deliver the ballot boxes to the several
precincts in the county for the coming
general election for the sum of $40,
and upon motion of Commissioner
Waters, seconded by Commissioner
Weathers and carried, the action here
tofore made awarding contract for
same was rescinded and Mr. Howell's
proposition was accepted.
The board thereupon adjourned.
R. B. Meffert, Chairman.
Attest: T. D. Lancaster, Clerk
We don't know who to give the
credit for it to, but the sidewalks
around the Robertson block, corner
Oklawaha avenue and North Main
street, were cleaner and in better
shape yesterday than they have been
any Sunday for more than a year. The
considerable number of church goers
who passed that way appreciated the
improvement and hope it will be permanent.
We'll give our esteemed friend, the
editor of the Tampa Times, a thin
dime if he will show us where we
used any such expression as "the pro proposed
posed proposed reapportionment is unfair and
V"0 M -CW PAPER.
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The Newervuvr Borrower ploms on onto
to onto Ms Xeich'-ns-'s j r wln'ti it's Hot
iff the Press ;nl S.aks Up all the
News Free. He's Great on this Free
Stuff anil is now Looking for a Radio Radiophone
phone Radiophone to Borrow. Mark this Picture
before you Loan him Your Copy of
Some if not all of the schools in
Marion county may have to shut for
a while if the taxpayers are not more
prompt than usual in paying their
taxes. All the money on hand from
last year's taxes, available for school
purposes has been expended, and the
school board cannot borrow any more
Most of the people in this county, met on call of the chairman, with all
and others, have the bad habit of members present,
putting off paying their taxes until the Call having been heretofore issued
last day, and then some. If they for the purpose of considering any and
would pay up promptly, they would all matters in connection with the
state construction of state roads No. 2 and
much trouble, but themselves some 5 and in connection with the general
money. There is a discpunt on all election to be held in November, and
taxes paid in November, and a smaller to consider and take action on the
discount on those paid in November; question of the employment of a
also, slow payment of taxes compels county engineer, the board proceeded
the county boards to borrow money, with the business at hand,
and the tax payers have to shell out The board orderd that the Star
more money to pay the interest. It is Publishing Company be awarded the
probable that for this reason alone, printing in connection with the gen gen-enough
enough gen-enough money has been paid out in eral election.
Marion county since its organization J Mr. G. R. Smith was awarded con-
to pay the county expenses for any tract for delivering the ballot boxes in
one of the present high-priced years, amount of $45.
But all this is water that has flowed The board, upon motion, named the
over the dam without creating any chairman, the clerk and the county
power. Seems like the people might attorney a committee to have in
at least draw wisdom from the experi- charge all details in connection with
ence and pay up as soon as possible, the general election to be held Nov.
Of course, we know many can't raise 7th, 1922.
the money as soon as it is due, and No person appeared objecting to
many have a hard struggle to pay at J any one named in the list of stricken
all. But there are also many that can names, which had been published in
pay early as well as late, and many accordance with law.
more who could pay if they would use The following having presented pe-
a little self-denial (which will haveltitions asking that their names be
to come later anyhow), and if these placed on the general election ballot
two classes come right in with the I and same being approved by the coun
coin, as soon as they can, they will J ty attorney as being in accordance
save themselves future expense and with law, were ordered placed on the
perhaps avoid an injustice to their I ballot: E. C. MeLeod as candidate
children. Ifor county commissioner for district
So all of you who possibly can come No. 1; B. R. Riley and W. S. Caw
to Tax Collector Stripling's office thon as candidates for state superin
early in November, and settle for ttndent of public instruction.
1922. Then you will have one worry I The" certificate of the clerk certify-
off your mind, the county will be I ing that the following had qualified
richer and your children better off as nominees of the democratic party
three reasons that should appeal to in the primary of 1922 for the offices
every good citizen. named, to-wit: Member of school
board district No. 1, W. D. Cam;
The Melbourne Times evidently has county commissioner, district No. 1,
not read the Tribune's editorials R. Bruce Meffert; county commis commis-against
against commis-against the reapportionment amend- sioner, district No. 2, E. B. Weath Weath-ment,
ment, Weath-ment, or the speech delivered against ers; county commissioner, district No
it at Lakeland by the associate editor 1 3, J. M. Douglas, which names were
of this paper, or else it has been sol ordered placed on the ballot
blindly in favor of taking a sop that Certificate of the secretary of state
it could not see an argument. In the certifying the following as nominees
midst of more or less immaterial re- 0f the democratic party in the pri-
marks on the subject it says: "In his mary of 1922, was received and the
argument against the amendment Mr. names ordered placed on the ballot:
McWhorter assumed that the next Park TrammelL for United States
legislature would be composed of asentor; Frank Clark, for representa representa-bunch
bunch representa-bunch of scalawags who would do as Live in Congress, second district; Jef-
they pleased regardless of how the ferson B. Browne, for justice of the
people voted on this amendment." supreme court; R. F. Taylor, for jus
No such assumption was made. No tice of the supreme court; R. Hudson
attack on the personnel of the legis- Burr, for .railroad commissioner; A
ictLuie uas ever ueen maue Dy mis m. Campbell, for railroad commis-
paper or by one on it opposing the si0ner; N. J. Wicker, for state sena-
amendment. Tampa Tribune. Unv 20th rtisrrirt.
Now, that's funny. We've read all a certificate was received from the
the Trib's eds and we laboriously secretary of state certifying that W
waded thru John's Lakeland address, r Lawson had been nominated for
and we came to the same conclusion the office of United States senator by
as did the Melbourne paper. Then, the independent republican party and
in that half a column of "supposi-, j his name was ordered placed on the
tions" the Trib. has just fired at us, it J ballot.
supposished that maybe the twenty- A certificate was received from the
one northern and western senators secretary of state certifying the four
would not only refuse to give South amendments to be voted on, as have
Florida any of the six proposed new been advertised in accordance with
senators, but take away from it the law, and the board ordered the coun
eleven it has. lhis looks to us like'ajty attorney to condense same for th
mighty broad insinuation that the purpose of putting on ballot
aloresaid senators are liars and The following were ordered placed
thieves, so we are glad to have the on the ballot as a result of the dem
1 rib. say it meant something else. ocratic primary of 1922, in accord
lance with certificate of the county
Mr. W. L. Thorndyke, not only bet- canvassing board:
ter but almost entirely known as j Nathan Mayo and Fred R. Hocker
'Thorn," editor for two years of the as members of the house of represen
Kissimmee Valley Gazette, and before tatives; E. L. Mills as county com
that for several years a special writer missioner for district No. 4; E. H
on the Palm Beach Post, has accepted Hopkins as county commissioner for
a position on the Palatka News. We district No. 5; C. R. Veal as member
are glad not that we have anv I of the school board for district No. 2;
grudge against the pretty little town J. R. Simmons as member of the
of Kissimmee, but because we will school board for district No. 3; A. J.
have the pleasure of reading Thorn Stephens as supervisor of registra-
cvery day instead of once a week. Of tion.
course, the. old rascal will scratch us The board then considered and dis-
occasionally, but we don't mind being cussed the project of state road No. 5,
scratched by an artist. and decided to defer action on same
until the members could meet with the
Strange it is that you can't tell a state road department to be in session
tale with a moral to it without putting on Oct. 23rd, with the object of ob-
somebody immoral in it. taining the assistance of the state.
The board then considered and dis-
EIGHT YEARS AGO cussed the question of the employ-
ment of a county engineer and upon
Oct. 23, 1914. Congress passed the motion of Commissioner Talton, sec-
We have a service car. Call
on us when out on the road.
HOOD and FEDERAL
TIRES and TUBES
Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co.
J. R. LONG
W. A. STROUD
Take One on Trial for a
THE BOOK SHOP
Don't throw away the shoes
the children have been wear wearing
ing wearing this summer. There's a
lot of wear in them yet, if
you'll let us repair them.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
(Between Gerlg's Drug Store
and 10c. Store)
MUST BE SOLD!
Make an offer for 160 acres one mile from head of beautiful Blue
Springs, directly on A. C. L. R. R. and Blue Springs Run. Has phos phosphate,
phate, phosphate, some timber and abundance of wood. Good orange or farm
land. Also 140 acres at Cotton Plant near York on A. C. L. R. R.
Some timber and wood- Good orange and farm land. Must be sold
at once to close an estate,
A process has been developed in
Hungary for treating corn straw in
such a manner that it will produce 40
pounds of cellulose, 40 pounds of mo molasses
lasses molasses and five pounds of artificial
fertilizer from every 100 pounds of
DON REY cigars are better. 6-10t
Florida Auto Supply Company
Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 7500 miles; Cords, 10,000
miles. We make the ad ustmcnts.
Complete Line ot Auto Accessories
3X4-320 N. Main St. OCALA, FLA
STAB ADS GET RESULTS, TRY OJE
first war tax bill this afternoon.
Germans captured northern French
canal system, which they held four
years. Americans bore a large part
in its recapture a few weeks before
the armistice in 191S, Gen. Blanding
onded by Commissioner Weathers and
carried the board decided that a coun county
ty county engineer be retained to take charge
of the road work of the county.
Application for position as county
engineer was received as follows:
" "Ss" sjW I?" planters, Hay ley and Vt a
gjajji Os Tremaine, over the merits of I I
TV- tnvo lots of Virginia tobacco. I f.
Cultivated and improved for
over 300 years, Virginia tobacco
has no equal for seasoned good goodness
ness goodness and natural purity of flavor.
For cigarettes llrginia
tobacco is the best.
Line ITT & Mths Tobacco Co.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1922
Nccdham Motor Co
General Aufo Repairing
Firestone, Oldfleld and Racine
TIRES AND TUBES
GAS OIL GREASE
Give Us a Trial
By "KID" HARRIS
(Continued from yesterday)
Geo. Hay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
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
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
guarantee. Try a five gallon
Chero-Cola Bottling Works
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 ion
2:27 am' Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday. Friday,
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-NTork 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 N'York-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
4:05pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05pm
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ontractor in the city.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
EVANGELISTIC TENT MEETINGS
Eighth street across from high
school, each evening at 7:45 except
Saturday, conducted by Evangelists
Farring and Bumpus. Reasons for
believing in God, Christ and the Bible
and other important Bible themes will
be expounded. Public cordially invit invited.
ed. invited. Comfortable seats. Hymn books
provided. No collection. No connec connection
tion connection with Mormonism, Russellism or
Holy Rollerism. 16-6t
Do Not Lose This Printed Expose
May I suggest that you, my reader,
I 11 you Dc a. yuun spuiicu tuiwiii
glVC bill) CliHi blV.1V tvr V11C VA U1C
leading clergymen (Protestant, Cath Catholic
olic Catholic and Jewish) of your community,
with the request that he read it care carefully?
fully? carefully? It will reveal to him, as it
has revealed to you, the startling
truth about the graft-circus.
A Valuable Reference
And to you, Rev. Minister or Rev.
Father or Rabbi, who receives this
article, may I ask you to preserve it
for reference? And then, when next
a circus is advertised to exhibit in
your community, will you not reread
this expose and take proper steps to
form a vigilance committee to render
a very necessary public service on cir circus
cus circus day?
Vigilance Committee Alone Effective
Surely you desire to protect the
morals of your community. Remem Remember,
ber, Remember, Rev. Sir or Rev. Father or Rabbi,
this is the only method that ean sure surely
ly surely stop grafting circus men. in their
attempts to work their games and
other stecies of theirery.
Let me repeat: If a circus man management
agement management is honest and carries no
graft-games, short-change men or
cootch dancers, your committee wil
be welcomed. Only a grafting circus
management can fear such inspection
Dp Not Relax Investigation
And let me caution you in reference
to yqur possible letting up" on your
committee investigation and obser observation
vation observation if you find that a particular
is not operating gambling devices,
short-changing or Oriental dances.
Graft-Circus Like Chameleon
I rWi a TtrAie4" rrvn -t-it aiwiiio 4-1 a.
world might be perfectly clean at the
time of inspection, but five minutes,
later, if your backs are turned, it
could be. unspeakably dirty and dis
honest and obscene. "Fixers" or man managers
agers managers or proprietors of graft-;circusejs
sometimes eliminate grafting and
short-changing and Oriental dancing
because they have been told by honest
city or county officials that officers
would constantly be on duty to see
that such abuses did not operate.
Graft-Circuses Secure Recommenda Recommendations,
tions, Recommendations, At the end of such a perfect "Sunday-school
day" Mr. Fixer or Mr.
Manager or Mr. Proprietor does not
hesitate to ask the chief of police or
the mayor or some other prominent
official for a tetter of recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation letter saying something to the
effect that no gambling, short-changing
or obscene dancing exhibitions
were carried by the Soandso Circus.
This letter Mr. Fixer shows tP the of-:
ficials along the route of the show.
Mr. Fixer is likely to receive orders
from the chief of police of Aytown
not to "bat an eye" (that is not to
attempt to work gambling or short shortchanging).
changing). shortchanging). At the close of the day
Mr. Fixer asks the s.aid chief to write
a little letter telling how clean and
unoffensive his show proved to be.
This letter he will exhibit the n,ext
day to the chief of Beeiown. How However,
ever, However, if the officials of Beetown can
be bribed, Mr. Fixer's circus will that
day be every thing that the chief of
Aytown said it wasn't.
Vigilance Committee Necessary
It will not be enough for a vigil-
i ance committee to visit a chief of pol pol-j
j pol-j ice or a mayor in advance of show
j day and ask the official to inform the
circus management that gambling,
I 1. .-. ... -i J i j
yi v-cuauging ana oDscene aancing
will not be permitted in this town.
THE ONLY THING THAT CAN
j PREVENT THE "FIXER" WITH
i GRAFTING PROCLIVITIES FROM
ATTEMPTING TO BRIBE THE PO POLICE
LICE POLICE OFFICIALS, OR FAILING IN
THAT, ATTEMPTING TO "SNEAK"
GAMBLING GAMES AND SHORT SHORTCHANGING
CHANGING SHORTCHANGING AND COOTCH DANC DANCING,
ING, DANCING, IS YOUR VIGILANCE COM COMMITTEE.
MITTEE. COMMITTEE. Cause Arrests if You See Evils
Of course, if any member of your
committee sees gambling, short-
j changing or immoral dancing, he
i should at once cause the arrest of
! the law violators. ETERNAL VIGI VIGI-.
. VIGI-. LANCE IS THE PRICE OF PRO PROTECTION
TECTION PROTECTION FROM GRAFTING CIR CIRCUS
CUS CIRCUS MEN.
(Evening Star Oct. 23, 1902)
The seats for the Ocala high school
annex arrived yesterday and were put
in place today, to the great relief of
J. W. Crosby and D. W. Tompkins
have sold their naval stores locations
near Micanopy to H. C. Hargraves
and F. S. Osteen, delivery to be made
The electric light plant was shut
down for an hour last evening on ac account
count account of the rain water backing up
several inches deep in the basement
of the plant. (The electric plant is
now on a hill, but the Star and its
friends had to work like the devil
to keep the plant from being built in
the middle of Taylor's pond, where
the water would have backed all over
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Oct. 23, 1912)
Mr. W. D. Frisbee of Tampa, who
resided in this city for some time,
was in town today looking after some
unclosed business here. Mr. Frisbee
has been engaged in the contracting
business in Tampa and among other
jobs has a $125,000 contract for the
Gordon KeHar Hospital.
At a meeting of the K. of P. last
night Messrs. P. V. Leavengood and
A. E. Vause were duly knighted into
the full membership of the third de degree.
gree. degree. After the meeting the knights
went to Dewey's Cafe and surrounded
a nice little supper. The members
of Jthe K. of P. make up one of the
lodges which as it goes through life
believes in living along the way. It
has taken in many new members dur during
ing during the past few months and its club
rate is yet on, giving any good citizen
an opportunity to join one of the most
powerful and influential orders in the
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'cloek.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, EP.O.E
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting brethren-elways
welcome. Lodge room
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
W. R. Pedrick, E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets' on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
I. U. Forbes, C C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S,
Get your witches and black cats
I for Hallowe'en at THE SPECIALTY
i SHOP. A. E. Gerig. 18-6t
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and 1
throat Office over 5 and 10 cent store miles out on
Ocala, Fla. tf i Phone SOLI.
"Say it with flowers" and buy the
flowers from Mrs. J. E. Hyndman, 1H
the Dunnellon road.
ery Number 19,
meets every sec
ond Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
ROYAL ARCU MASONS
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.
HERRIN JURY FOREMAN
im r A"? -j ...i ii iiirf
SALEM'S MODERN WITCHES
Salem, Mass., has erected billboards
at the entrance to the city that are
unique In artistry and practical quali qualities,
ties, qualities, the "community board" shown
above Illustrates Salem's two claims
to fame its ancient doorways and Its
witchcraft history. On the panel of
tne door is a list of historic places that
attract the visitor's attention.
John Stewart, farmer and former
chool teacher, who is foreman of the
grand Jury of Williamson county, Illi Illinois,
nois, Illinois, which Is investigating the mas massacre
sacre massacre ox non-union mine workers at
"She taught nie that the battle of
life was not to be won with fists, but
with the mind." It is a former pugil pugilist
ist pugilist speaking of his wife. There Is
more to the story of how she also In
duced him to abandon pugilism for col
lege, but nothing Is more startling than
the above announcement "Fists" are
a symbol. Some use fists; some use
brass knuckles; some use courts of
law ; some use policemen's clubs ; some
use military equipment; some use so social
cial social pressure. In the end, what It all
comes down to is fists. The late Ger German
man German empire called It "faustrecht"
(flst-rlght). Now the ones who do not.
in the last analysis, believe In fists are
the exceptions. Our whole social fab fabric
ric fabric Is based on the belief In the efficacy
of the fist, says the Boston Globe. In
the last resort the umpire we appeal
to Is the fist that is, the ballet. All
other sorts of belief may be professed.
The fist Is the prevailing faith. It has
been tried on a somewhat extensive
scale these last seven years. It can
not be said to have proved a conspicu
ous success. There Is this much to be
said for the former pugilist: If, as ha
says, he has learned that the battle of
life is not to be won with fists, but
with the mind, he has learned more
than our governments have.
Parks national and state for tne
picnicker and the camper continue to
grow and prosper. Last year over a
million visitors and nearly 200,000 au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles Journeyed through the na national
tional national parks of the country. Purse Purse-strings
strings Purse-strings of state legislatures are loosen loosening
ing loosening up to meet the demand of the peo people
ple people for open country, good roads, green
grass and leafy trees. Twenty-two
states now have 200 state parks of all
types, shapes, sizes and locations.
Thirty-six thousand acres comprise the
Palisades Interstate park, owned In
partnership by the people of New York
and New Jersey. Connecticut boasts
the Macedonia Brook state park of i, i,-TOQ
TOQ i,-TOQ acres, California Its Red Wood
state park of 9,000 acres, and Florida
its Royal Palm state park of 120
The following table, compiled by
one of the great life Insurance compa companies
nies companies from investigations covering many
years, shows that out of 100 healthy
men at twenty-five. In 40 years, one
will be "wealthy,' four will be "very
well to do," five will be supporting
themselves by their dally labor, 84
will be dependent upon friends, rela relatives
tives relatives or charity, and 88 will be dead.
The figures stagger us. Twenty to one
against any sort of success ; a hundred
to one against clipping coupons 1 We
thus see that the ratio of successes to
failures hold true of all classes, name namely,
ly, namely, out of 100 healthy men at twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five only five will succeed, and only
one markedly financially.
In things of the mind the American
student is too docile. I have sometimes
wished to encounter more resistance to
my Ideas, less admiring submission,
writes Prof. Albert Feulltrat in La
Revue des Deux Mondea. It is a curi curious
ous curious thing, these young men, capable
of throwing themselves madly Into bat battle,
tle, battle, these born adventurers who find
fierce delight in surmounting real ob obstacles,
stacles, obstacles, are almost pusillanimous when
they have to engage In a struggle with
ideas. That comee, without doubt,
from their being trained to learn, not
to think. It Is a tendency of educa
tion which when pushed to excess re
acts Efrinnst-the end sought.
Silk Culture 8till Primitive in Japan,
The culture of silk in China Is an In Industry
dustry Industry which is probably 20 centuries
old, and method's pursued today are
much the same as the original ones.
The spinning wheel used by the Pil Pilgrims
grims Pilgrims Is a modern affair compared
with some which are to be found In
operation today In the celestial coun
"Another Nash.' 611
We have the best meats to be had
in Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf
Phone 61 OCALA GAS COMPANY
Juicy Fruit, Peppermint
and Spearmint are certainly
three delightful flavors to
And WRIGLEY'S P-ttthe
new sugar-coated pepper peppermint
mint peppermint gum, is also a great
treat for your sweet tooth
All are from the Wrigley
factories where perfection
is the rule
to establish a sales and service
agency in this community
QVERLAND and Willys-Knight cars handled by one
agency permits the live merchant to do business
with those who desire a high-grade comfortable low low-priced
priced low-priced car as well as those who desire the larger and
more luxurious car at a medium price.
invite comparison with other cars in the same
price class as to materials, construction, riding
qualities and economy of operation.
'"pHE greatly increased demand for Overland and
A Willys-Knight cars is due largely to the expressed
satisfaction and enthusiasm of our present owners.
TNVESTIGATE the used car market and you will dis dis-cover
cover dis-cover that used Overlands of present design move at
good prices and Willys-Knight cars are rare among used
'PHE Overland line comprises 5 passenger touring,
roadster, coupe and sedan.
'"pHE Willys-Knight line 5 and 7 passenger touring,
roadster, coupe and 5 and 7 passenger sedan.
TF you have or cpn command the facilities to establish
high-grade repair shop and local sales organization,
Sales Division, Toledo, Ohio
Will take pupils In violin, piano and
voice with theory lessons free. Terms
reasonable. Will offer classes in his history
tory history of music, sight singing:, dictation
and ear training for small fee. Special
attention given out of town pupils.
Write or call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala,
Fla. Phone 305. 9-15-tf
Hallowe'en lantern and candle
shades at THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. Gerig. 18-t
1 have cut the price of strand wood
75 cents on the cord, as I am com compelled
pelled compelled to get it off the land. Four Four-foot
foot Four-foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471.
E Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 16-tf
"Another Nash 611
We have the best meats to be had
Lr Florida. Phone 562. 13-tf
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1922
I r: TKS un'ler this heading are as
follows: Mix-mum of six lines one time
25c; thrt-e tiiat-s SOc; six times 75c; one
month tZJtO. Ml accouiu payable
advanrc except to those who have reg regular
ular regular ad vfertlsics? accounts.
WANTED Real salesman, no trifler.
Call for Mr. Kelly at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall hotel. 23-3t
STRAWBERRY PLANTS Mission Missionary
ary Missionary strawberry plants for sale; 50
cents per hundred. Now is the time
to plant. J. L. Leitner. Phone
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one-
Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael re returned
turned returned yesterday from a short trip to
REV. F. C. EDWARDS
Mr. and Mrs. Troy S. Mathews of
Interlachen are in Ocala for a few
LOST White curly English terrier
on camp ground; black patch on
head; stub tail; slightly blind; name
Topey. Return C. O. D. to J. R.
BORING, Wraldo, Fla. 20-6t
FOR SALE Upright piano, small
wood stove, suite oak furniture, two
oak bedsteads, two zinc bath tubs,
half gallon and quart fruit jars, bot bottles
tles bottles for syrup. Call at 447 Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Ave. 20-6t
CAREFUL HEMSTITCHING With
special threads; hat shapes and
lamp shades to order; millinery ma materials;
terials; materials; hand-made flowers, baskets,
wax bead3, art needlework. Mrs.
Luella M. Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha
Ave., Ocala. Phone 409. 17-6t
FOR RENT A furnished three-room
apartment on the first floor, with
private bath. Apply to Mrs. P. A.
Durand, G14 East Adams St., phone
Enjoy the luxury of wonderful days
and nights at sea and use the Merch
ants & Miners steamers from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for the north- Considerable
reduction in summer excursion rates.
Jacksonville to Montreal, Quebec,
$81.60 vio Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Liberal stop-over privileges. It
Mrs. L. M. Murray and Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Murray have arrived in Ocala
from Minneapolis and are staying
with friends for a few days.
Mr. Earl Gregory is again at his
post in the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
after a two weeks' vacation spent in
Miami and in Orlando with his
"Another Nash." 6tf
MUSIC Will take pupils in violin,
piano and voice with theory lessons
free. Terms reasonable. Will offer
classes in history of music, sight
singing, dictation and ear training
for small free. Special attention
given out of town pupils. Write or
call on Cevie Roberts, Ocala. Phone
For sale, 1920 Cleveland speedster,
mechanically in Al condition. Easy
terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor oCm
Many hearts in Ocala and all over
Florida will be saddened to hear of
the death of Rev. F. C. Edwards, who
passed away at Asheville at eight
o'clock Sunday morning. Mr. Edwards
was a Baptist minister, well known
and much beloved in all parts of the
state. He was a native Floridian and
entered the Baptist ministry almost
thirty years ago. For several years,
he most capably managed the Baptist
Witness, resigning the position on ac account
count account of ill health. He has been for
several years in Asheville, waging a
hopeless fight against tuberculosis.
He leaves a widow and two sons. Mr.
O. V. Edwards of this city is his
brother. Mrs. Edwards was a Miss
Leitner, daughter of a prominent
Baptist minister of Bartow, and to
that place are the remains of Mr. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards being carried for interment,
which will take place tomorrow'. Mr.
Edwards and his family lived in Ocala
for awhile and made many friends
here. He was a man of noble soul and
clean life, wide charity and deep love
for his fellow man. He has his re
ward, and leaves a fragrant and shin shining
ing shining memory to those who mourn him.
Mr. G. T. Maughs, who has been a
victim of dengue for the past two
weeks, came to his office Saturday for
a short time and hopes to be all right
FOR SALE One 7-passenger Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker and one Ford light truck.
Williams Garage. 3-tf
FOR RENT Rooms furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished for light housekeeping,
with hot and cold water in baths.
Rooms are reasonable and a money
saving proposition. Call at the
Dormitory or phone 305. 27-tf
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood returned
home yesterday from a short trip to
Palatka. She was accompanied home
by Mrs. James Johnson, who will be
her guest while in Ocala.
The friends of the Jumeau family,
well known and highly esteemed in
Ocala, where they made their home
for several years during the phos phosphate
phate phosphate boor, have received the news
of the death of Mr. Paul Ju Jumeau,
meau, Jumeau, which occurred in Paris
several days ago. Mr. Jumeau was
the American manager of the Societe
Universelles de Mines et Agriculture
of Paris. He was manager of the
Florida Mills Company and of all the
phosphate and timber lands and in
terests owned in Polk county by the
French concern. He had lived many
years in Bartow. He is survived by
his widow, his son, Lucien and his
two daughters, who are married and
live in France.
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Oysters received daily at the Eagle
Market. Phone 74. free delivery. 18 3t
LOST New 30 x ZVz Goodrich safety
tread tine on Maxwell rim, between
Bay Lake and Ocala (via Citra).
Suitable reward for return to W. D.
Cam, Ocala. 13-tf
WANTED A salesman for Marion
county to take orders for complete
line of wool, silk, lisle and cotton
hosiery. We deliver and collect.
Commission paid when order is
taken. Our salesmen average $8
to $15 daily. Pure Silk Hosiery
Mills, Inc., district office 405 Duval
building, Jacksonville, Fla. 21-3t
C. V. Roberts & Co.
Residence Phone 305
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
Mr. Tom Pasteur, who has spent the
past week in Ocala, much to the
pleasure of his friends, expects to re return
turn return to his home in Miami tomorrow.
Mrs. Pasteur and little son, Tom Jr.,
will remain for some time longer, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur.
We are now in position to serve
cream, sweet milk, buttermilk and ice
cream in any quantity at the Cream Creamery.
ery. Creamery. Butter can be had nearly all the
time. Marion County Creamery.
Phone 94. 19-6t
LAYMEN'S MEETING WILL
BE HELD AT CITRA
News of the drowning of Frederick
Todd in one of the lakes near Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg was received in Ocala about 8
o'clock Saturday evening. The news
was a terrible shock to his family, as
only a few hours before he had left
on the afternoon train for Leesburg,
where he vrer.t to collect some things
he had left while there lately.
It seems that he was met at the
train by his uncle and two friends
and they went immediately from the
train to one of the lakes nearby and
went fishing. While out on the lake
something happened and the boat
sprung a leak, causing those in it to
take to the water. Mr. Todd was not
a very good swimmer and was helped
a'ong by the others until he had near nearly
ly nearly reached shore, jvhen he told them
he could get in afl right, and they
went on ahead. Suddenly they missed
him. It was not until ten o'clock that
night that the body was found. Just
how the accident happened will never
he known but it is thought that he
was caught with a cramp and was not
able to reach the shore.
Frederick Todd was twenty years
of age and had been brought up here,
making his home in North. He was
the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Todd,
is survived by flis wife and nine-
months-old baby, his parents and sis
ter, all of whom have the sincere sym
pathy of their friends and the com
piunity. Mr. Todd had been working
in Leesburg and was going to work
in Ocala. He was well liked by his
friends and neighbors and was a con
sfipnhnns and harri-workme' voun?
The funeral service was held in
Leesburg at three o'clock Sunday aft
ernoon from the home of Mr. Todd's
uncle, Mr. Quenington, the minister of
the Baptist church officiating. About
ten cars from Ocala filled with friends
attended the service.
The bereaved wife remained in
Leesburg until today to collect a few
personal belongings and household
things which had been left behind
when they returned to Ocala to live.
A laymen's meeting will be held in
the Methodist church at Citra next
Sunday morning, Oct. 29th, beginning
at 11 o'clock, or immediately after
Sunday school. The purpose of this
meeting is to stimulate and build up
the church generally. The Citra board
of stewards will be in charge of these
exercises, assisted by B. E. Raysor of
Sparr, E. G. Gardner of Anthony and
Dr. J. H. Therrell of Ocala. Dr. Ther Ther-rell
rell Ther-rell will be the principal speaker. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody cordially invited to attend.
W. J. Crosby,
For Citra Board of Stewards.
For men of good taste, DON REY
A. E GERIG
We are equipped to give com complete
plete complete renovation and repair
service on your car. We get it
ready for the road in jig time
and at low prices. All expert
MXIL HiGL i'AY
Phone 233 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
Mr. and Mrs. Como Massey and
daughter, Miss Frances Massey, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala Saturday night from
New York. They were accompanied
by Mr. Cedric Atkinson, who will
spend the winter in Ocala with them.
They made the trip by automobile
and have been on the road for three
weeks, having visited relatives and
f i lends on the way. They also spent
three days in Charlottsville, Va.,
where Como Massey Jr. is a student
at the University of Virginia. They
will be with Mrs. J. W. Davis for a
few days until they can get settled
in their home.
OCTOBER MONEY SAVERS
AT GERIG'S DRUG STORE
DON REY quality cigars. 6-10t
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 $2
sacks. At the Court Pharmacy, tf
"Another Nash." 6tl
Mrs. Robert Lingo of Boston, Ga.,
who has been spending the past month
as the guest of her brother and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Linton of Oak,
left on today's train for her home. Her
son, Lucius Lingo, who accompanied
her on her visit, has fallen in love
with Marion county and will make
Oak his home for the next few
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
Ask for DON REY cigars. 6-10t
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hager, who
are regular winter visitors, are now
in Marietta, Ga., and expect to leave
there soon for Ocala, arriving here
about the first of November. They
will be located at Mrs. Emily Green's
Chocolate Peppermint Patties,
cents the pound.
Phenolophthalein Tablets, 100 for
Puretest Epsom Salts, 15 cents spe
Jonteel Combination Cream, 39
Elenzo Liquid Antiseptic, 19 cents
Rexall Kidney Pills, 39 cents 'the
Oriole Fabric Stationery. Regular
50 cent value for 29 cents.
$1.50 Atomizer for 98 cents.
These prices good only for October
as long as the goods last. 17-tf
The sheriff's office has been busy the
last two days, keeping down sporadic
outbreaks of sin. Two colored persons
named Mobley and Henry Camplind,
who have been sojourning by the wa
ters of Lake Weir, are in hock for vio
lation of the eighteenth amendment
The officers have also gathered in one
Snowden and two comrades of Pedro,
who are accused of going over in
Sumter county and beating up a man
named Swearingen. With these excep
tions, all has been peace and quiet for
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ray at
the Marion County Hospital last
night, a little daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Ray are very proud of the addition
tc their family. The little lady will
be known as Harriet Elizabeth.
CHAZAL & SONS CO.
COMING UP TOWN
On November 1 the firm of Louis
R. Chazal & Sons Co., wholesale con confectionary,
fectionary, confectionary, will move from its present
location on Osceola street into the
south half of the Wallis building at
the corner of Fort King avenue and
Main street. The new location will
be more central.
The Louis K. Chazal & sons L.o. is
a wholesale confectionary and cigar
house. Its salesmen cover a territory
as far north as High Springs and as
far south as Bartow. The actual
work of moving has been started. Un
til November 1, however, the office of
the firm will remain at the corner of
Osceola and Jefferson streets. In
moving to a more central locatiton the
company expects to get in closer touch
with the local trade. The members of
the company are believers in the fu
ture of Ocala and the removal is a
step in keeping with the growth of
Don't forget that Tuesday is Rotary
day. One hundred per cent attendance
The Literary Digest tells us that
the Shaker sect is fast dying out. The
hand-shaker sect, however, will flour flourish
ish flourish as long as candidates continue to
be elected by vote. Nashville Ten-nessean.
America may tax the whole people
for the sake of a few, but even that
is better than Europe's plan of taxing
the whole people for the sake of a
feud. Winnipeg Free Press.
Einstein is one of the few men
whose theories can be illuminated by
an eclipse. Toronto Globe.
Bolsheviki idea boiled down is that
every one eats but no one cooks.
Boston Shoe and Leather Reporter.
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
DON REY cigars are better. 6-10t
Beautiful Hallowe'en novelties at
THE SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E.
Josephine and Lonnie Sanders, col colored,
ored, colored, accused of having "shine" in
their possession, in a rooming house
near the laundry, had a trial before
Judge Futch this morning. Josephine
was found guilty and Lonnie wasn't, j
Walter Troxler, who is attending
the University of Florida this year,
spent the week-end in Ocala with his
Mr. Carl Ray has been sick with
dengue fever for a few days and has
been taken to the hospital, but hopes
to be out soon.
Mr. W. J. Kelly of Meridian, Miss.,
is spending a few days in the city
looking over the town and is much i
Main Street Market
W. H. MARSH
USED CAR SALE
We offer some very unusual values in the automobiles listed below,
all of them in good running order. Terms if desired.
1920 Buick Touring (private use only) new tires $673.00
1921 Buick Touring, like new, perfect condition $900.00
Reo Touring with starter. Used by Sumner. EeHoview $223.00
Overiand Touring, very late model. Mrs. DeCamp's car $260.00
Ford Touring with starter, repainted, new top $230.00
Studebaker without starter, good condition, fine for
light truck $. 90.00
Will gladly demonstrate any of these cars.
Mcleod & waters
STUDEBAKER DEALERS, PHONE 170
Phone 61 OCALA GAS COMPANY
Guaranteed 1 Yean
we also specialize in
intelligent Service foi all
makes of batteries,
tor.Maiu & Oklawaha
FOR SALE BARGAIN!
Ten acres rich hammock soil on Dixie Highway within city limits
Ocala, known as the Frederitzi place. Six-room bungalow partly
furnished; all necessary outbuildings; 100-foot well; water piped in
house; two registered cows with calves; one work mule and all farm farming
ing farming implements; also 100 Leghorn chickens All for $3750 cash or
$4250 half cash.
F. W. DITTO
243 and 174
YOUKS FOR SKHVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Rice, per pound 7e
Eggs, per dozen 43c
One quart Florida Syrup. .30c
$1.00 Broom for 85c
85c. Broom for .60c
Pint Heinz Vinegar 20c
One peck Irish Potatoes. .. .60c
2 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes 25c
Beef Roast, per pound 18c
Steak, per pound 20e
Pork Ham, per pound 25c
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR SA
Kingan's Picnic Hams, lb... 25c
Kingan's Box Bacon, per lb. 48c
Pork Sausage, per lb 20c
Sugar Cured Ham, per lb.. 45c
Pam-Olive Soap, per cake. 9c
Qt. Apalachicol Oysters .... 65c
Lamb Chops, per pound 35c
Fresh Water Trout per lb.. 20c
Lamb Roast, per pound.... 30c
Mullet, per pound 10c
Sea Trout, per pound 20e
TURDAY AND MONDAY,
SUGAR PER POUND, 8c.
WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY
Crescent Grocery & Market
A Standing Invitation to Germs
Wpflther-keot foods are risky foods to eat.
Exposed to germ-laden dust and myriad impuri impurities,
ties, impurities, such foods are ebsy prey for all the enemies of
Yet people will take such chances in the Fall
Perhaps ther have never discovered how small aa
investment for ice is necessary at this time of the year
Ocala Ice & Packing Co., Ocala, Fla.