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San Rises Tomorrow, 6:46; Sets, 5:36 OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 266
OF THE S0L01IS
Mr. Harding Is Expected to Call Both
Houses of Congress to Meet The
20th Day of This Month
Washington, Nov. 7. (Associated
Press). President Harding expects
to issue a call Thursday or Friday for
a special session of Congress, conven convening
ing convening Nov. 20th, it was announced today
at the White House.
It was said although the president
is hot irrevocably committed to the
proposal for a special session, which
has generally been expected by con congressional
gressional congressional leaders, only an eleventh
hcur change of mind would prevent
him from issuing the call.
The plan for a special session after
the election has received the general
endorsement of Senate and House
leaders. Although the program for
the session has not been worked out
definitely it provides for consideration
of a merchant marine bill by the
House and the Dyer anti-lynching
measure by the Senate. The Dyer bill
has already been passed by the House.
CELEBRATION AT PORT ST. JOE
Port St. Joe, Fla., Nov. 7. An elab elaborate
orate elaborate mid-winter festival is being
planned by citizens of Port St. Joe for
the dedication of the Florida state
memorial monument, which marks the
site of old St. Joseph, Fla., where thfe
first state constitutional convention
Thousands of visitors are expected
tc come to this seaside resort and cen center
ter center of historical interest for the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. As the dedication will take
place on Thursday, Jan. 11, the event
will be made a week-end affair. Prom Prominent
inent Prominent state officials, including Gover Governor
nor Governor Cary A. Hardee, Secretary of
State H. Clay Crawford, Attorney I
General Rivers H. Buford, and other
members of the governor's cabinet
will be here, and will participate in
Preliminary plans for bringing th
visitors here and accommodating them
after they arrive already are well un under
der under way by a committee headed by
Mayor B. W. Ells, and consisting of
George Patton and T. H. Stone. Rapid
transportation by special train will
be provided from all points in this vi vicinity
cinity vicinity connecting with the trunk line
The dedication festival wll be feat featured
ured featured by our of door entertainments
principally, with athletic contests and
aquatic exhibitions. Visitors will be
given an opportunity to see the at attractions
tractions attractions of the report and port of St.
Joe. Visits will be made to the cen centers
ters centers of historical interest which
abound in this region.
The magnificent monument of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia granite stands midway between
the Beeline Highway, designated as
State Highway No. 6, and the waters
of beautiful St. Joseph's Bay, one of
the largest and most completely land landlocked
locked landlocked harbors on the gulf coast. The
monument was erected by the state at
a cost of $10,000, this appropriation
having been made by the legislature
ir 1921. It marks the exact spot
where a building stood in which the
delegates to the first state constitu
tional convention met on Dec. 3, 1838
The document which the pioneers of
Florida drew up at that convention
was signed Jan. 11, 1839, and it is
this date which has been selected for
In the early days of the settlement
of this region old St. Joseph was one
of the largest shipping points on the
gulf. Situated on St. Joseph's Bay, a
land-locked body 15 miles long and
six miles wide, water of sufficient
aeptn tor the largest vessels was
available. In recent years Port St
Joe, in the city limits of which the
site of the historic old town is locat
ed, has fallen heir to the prestige of
St. Joseph, and is a calling point of
There will be a meeting of the Boy
Scouts at 7:30 Friday night. I am
telling you early as this meeting is
important and I want every scout
there, especially those who are inter interested
ested interested in merit abdges.
A. R. Cassil, S. M.
All that is good in this line of re restoring
storing restoring the afflicted to health and
harmony of body can now be had by
Florida's oldest and most reliable
Chiropractor, who has again return returned
ed returned to Ocala. Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala
and Mrs. Harding and Many
Federal Officers Cast Their
Votes By Mail
Washington, Nov. 7 Elections over
the country today had their reflex in
Washington. In every government
department were many vacant places,
several members of the cabinet, many
under officials and employes having
gone home to vote. The exodus this
year, however, was not as great as
usual, as an increasing number voted
SHOOTING IN CHICAGO
Chicago, Nov. 7. Violence in con connection
nection connection with the election broke loose
today in Chicago when J. H. Clancy,
a republican precinct worker, was
fired on as he was leaving his home.
None of the shots took effect and the
attackers escaped in motor cars.
San Francisco, Nov. 7. Unsettled
weather conditions prevailed today in
many parts of the far west but a
heavy vote was expected. Unusually
heavy registrations were reported
from most of the states.
WEATHER IN THE WEST
Chicago, Nov. 7. Fair weather for
today's election was forecast general generally
ly generally for most of the north central states
excetp in the upper lake region and
the Dakotas, where rain and snow
are expected to affect the size of the
vote in the rural districts.
LIGHT VOTE IN THE SOUTH
Atlanta, Nov. 7. Rainy or cloudy
weather over a majority of the south southern,
ern, southern, states', together with the general
1 1 J 1 I 1 f 1 1
iacK. OI merest aue 10 me lact max
nominations in state primaries make
election practically sure are expected
to bring out a light vote in the gener
al election in the South today.
EIGHT HOURS' GAP
IN POLL CLOSING TIME
Chicago, Nov. 7. (By Associated
Press). A space of eight hours cov covers
ers covers the gap between the earliest and
latest closing of polls in the United
States today. Certain rural districts
in the east close at 3 p. m., while it
is 11 p. m., eastern time, before the
last of the far western polls close.
Virginia and West Virginia, closing
their polls at sunset, will start count
ing the votes at 4:54 p. m., eastern
time, which will be only 1:54 p. m. on
the Pacific coast. The earliest closing
time in the country is for rural poll polling
ing polling places in New Hampshire at 3 p.
m. eastern time.
Washington and Oregon, closing at
8 p. m. coast time, or 11 p. m. eastern
time, may know the result in some
eastern states while their own voters
are still casting their ballots.
Four states specify sunset for the
closing of the voting places. The sun
will set first on the Virginias. Eleven
minutes later, at 5:05 p. m., it will go
down on North Carolina, and at 5:36
North Dakota, bisected by the time
zone line, which runs just west of
Bismarck, the state capital, closes its
voting booths at different clock hours
but simultaneously in point of actual
time, 10 o'clock in the central time
zone and 9 o'clock in the mountain
time territory, both corresponding to
11 p. m. eastern standard time.
MARY McSWINEY ALSO
WANTS TO BE A MARTYR
Dublin, Nov. 7. A bulletin issued
by the republicans states that Miss
Mary McSwiney, who was arrested by
the free state military on Saturday,
has been hunger striking since she
was taken into custody.
A letter said to have been found
after her arrest reads: "If impris imprisoned,
oned, imprisoned, I will hunger strike. I don't
know whether they will let me die, but
if they do, pray for me that I may be
as brave as those who have gone be
Mary McSwiney is a sister of the
late Terence McSwiney, lord mayor of
Cork, who died in Brixton prison, in
London, October 25, 1920, after a
hunger strike lasting 73 days.
I have cut the price of strand wood
75 cents on the cord, as I am com compelled
pelled compelled to get it off tha land. Four Four-foot
foot Four-foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471.
E. Gibbons, N. Osceola St. 16-tf
IT AT LEESBURE
Plans and Arrangements Made For
Perfecting Marketing Associa Association
tion Association in Lake County
At a meeting of the organization
committee of the Florida Watermelon
Growers Association held in Leesburg
recently, the final plan was completed
and arrangements made for perfect perfecting
ing perfecting this organization at once. This
committee was appointed at a meet meeting
ing meeting of melon growers from three coun counties
ties counties held last week, and a careful
study of the problem has been made.
The final plan adopted is similar to
that used by the Southwest Georgia
Watermelon Growers Association dur during
ing during the past two years.
The proposed organization will
standardize the production of this
crop in the state and will load all cars
under standard grade rules. Thin-
nin gand pruning will be required by
members in order to improve the
quality and every melon will carry the
brand of the association. The organ!-,
zation proposes to make arrange
ments for nation-wide sales service
which will place Florida melons in
every market of the United State
and Canada. It is believed that by
a business organization oi tne grow
ers handling the marketing in a
proper manner, the usual slump in the
middle of the season can be prevented,
and a satisfactory price level can be
maintained throughout the season. It
is believed the Florida melon can be
made as widely known as the Florida
orange and the industry become a
very important one to the growers of
The proposed melon growers asso
ciation will include all the producing
territory of Central Florida in the
Leesburg, Ocala and Trenton districts.
This will permit the marketing of the
entire crop in an orderly manner and
prevent one section being used against
another section to hammer down the
A general mass meeting of melon
growers of several counties will be
held at Leesburg on Nov. 9th at 1 p.
m., at which time the entire plan will
be explained to the growers and the
permanent organization set up. Ev Every
ery Every grower is invited to be present
and take part in this movement.
"This proposition," said one of the
committee members, "is not a Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg or Lake county affair, but a
movement in the interest of every
melon, grower in the state, and we
wish to join hands with growers of
all the other counties in making this
SOLD AT PREMIUM
Tampa, Nov. 7 Hillsborough coun county
ty county today sold $1,500,000 worth of
good roads bonds at a premium of
The effort to build a new world
structure reminds us that men failed
at Babel because they couldn't under understand
stand understand one another. San Diego Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Large deposits of coal have been
discovered on Lake Tanganyika in
Admiral Sims Now on Retired List
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Rear Admiral William Sowden Sims readied the age uf sixty-four years
on Oct. 15, an1 therefore was automatically placed on the retired list of the
navy. He is here shown bidding goodby to Capt. Frank T. Evans, son of
"Fighting Bob" Evans, at the Newport training station.
SIXTY DEATHS AT
LEAST AT SPAHGLER
May be Several More When Full
Result is Known of Explosion
At The Reilly Mine
Spangler, Pa., Nov. 7. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press). The bodies of fifty
miners who lost their lives in the
Reilly mine explosion here yesterday
lay in a temporary morgue at nine
o'clock this morning. Thirteen more
were in sight in the mine, rescue
workers said, and thirty-two injured
were in the hospital.
A summary of the situation at that
time was as follows: Men in the mine
at the time of the explosion, not more
than 112; bodies recovered, 50; bodies
located in mine, 13; injured in the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. 32; total accounted for, 95.
There is still some uncertainty as
to the number who went to work yes yesterday
terday yesterday but it is pointed out that if
the total was 112, as some authori
ties believed, the missing seventeen
miners probably would be found in
the eighth heading where water had
rison so rapidly exploration this
morning was impossible.
GIVING UP THE DEAD
Spangler, Pa., Nov. 7. (By the
Associated Press). The gas-choked
channels of the Reilly mine are giv giving
ing giving up their dead today. Forty vic
tims of the explosion were brought to
the surface early today, and the res
cue workers searched through water-
soaked passages for the remaining
twenty to twenty-five miners believed
to have perished when a blast entomb entombed
ed entombed more than ninety men soon after
they reported for work Monday morn
Mine officials are not certain of the
number of workers in the pit when
the disaster occurred. They express expressed
ed expressed the belief that the death toll would
be between fifty and sixty. Thirty Thirty-three
three Thirty-three men rescued are in the hospital
here and attending physicians said
they would recover.
The task of removing the dead be began
gan began at two o'clock this morning, after
the widows and children of the miss missing
ing missing men had been induced to return
to their homes. They stood in a
misty rain all day yesterday. The
miners' hall here was converted into
a temporary morgue. The undertak undertakers
ers undertakers here, in Barnsboro and Johnstown
were notified to prepare for the dead
men. Early today the undertakers
were washing and embalming the
mire-soaked bodies in the hall here.
Every truck and wagon in Spangler
was pressed into service as morgue
The French Ministry of Foreign
Affairs has refused to allow the man manuscript
uscript manuscript of Goethe's "Faust to be sold
at public auction. The manuscript
will be returned to Germany. This
manuscript was on exhibition at the
Lyons Exposition when the war broke
out, having been loaned by the Ger German
man German Museum at Frankfurt. Later
it was requestered by the French
Government as enemy property.
If Fords gets any cheaper, a thief
won't even consider taking one unless
the gasoline tank is filled. New York
r tM"t -i ,1
TO THE COLORS
Angora Government Gives Evidence
Of Intention to Provoke War
With the Allies
Constantinople, Nov. 7. (By the
Associated Press). Three additional
classes of Turkish soldiers have been
called to the colors.
ASK FOR AUTHORITY
Paris, Nov. 7. (By the Associated
Press). The Allied high commission commissioners
ers commissioners in Constantinople have asked their
governments for authorization to take
all necessary steps to maintain order
in the city. The commissioners will
declare martial law if necessary.
AN UNCOMFORTABLE EDITOR
Constantinople, Nov. 7. (By the
Associated Press). Ali Kemal Bey,
editor of the Constantinople anti anti-nationalist
nationalist anti-nationalist newspaper Sabah, was ar arrested
rested arrested and condemned to death by the
Turkish authorities here, the Allies
have been informed. Late last night
Allied officials gave the Turkish offi officials
cials officials twenty-four hours in which to
release the editor.
OF INTEREST TO FRUIT
AND VEGETABLE GROWERS
Co-Operative Marketing Will Be Dis Discussed
cussed Discussed in Ocala Nov. 16 By Men
Of National Prominence
Mr. J. S. Edwards, of California,
and Mr. Arthur Rule, of New York,
president and general manager, re respectively,
spectively, respectively, of the newly organized
nation-wide, co-operative, fruit and
vegetable distribution agency, the
Federated Fruit and Vegetable Grow Growers,
ers, Growers, Inc., will address two meetings in
Ocaal on Tuesday, November 16th.
Mr. Edwards is also director of the
California Fruit Growers Exchange
and president of the Gold Buckle Or Orange
ange Orange Association, of Redlands, Calif.
The tentative program for the visit
here of Mr. Edwards and Mr. Rule
calls for a big afternoon meeting of
truck growers, particularly tomato
and watermelon growers, and a night
meeting especially for business men
and bankers. The night address wih
be made at a supper. Announcement
of a definite program will be made in
a day or two. Prominent growers,
business men bankers, county agents,
commercial secretaries and others are
expected here from adjoining coun
Mr. Edwards and Mr. Rule will talk
on co-operative marketing, a subject
which is at present engaging the at attention
tention attention of the entire country. Both
men are long experienced in co-operative
marketing and distribution and
will tell also of the plans of the Fed Federated
erated Federated Fruit and Vegetable Growers,
Inc., which on January 1st will become
the marketing agency of the Ameri American
can American Farm Bureau, which has been or organized
ganized organized as a non-stock, non-profit,
grower-controlled organization. Mr.
J. J. Parrish, secretary-manager of
the Southeast Georgia Melon Growers
Association, who has been instrument instrumental
al instrumental in the coming to Ocala of Mr. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and Mr. Rule, will accompany
them here. Arrangements for the
meeting are being perfected by the
Marion County Chamber of Commerce
and in particular by Mr. K. C. Moore,
county agricultural agent and chair chairman
man chairman of the marketing committee of
the Chamber of Commerce.
MINIMUM WAGE LAW
Washington, Nov. 7. Declaring
that the "modern tendency toward
indiscriminate legislative and judicial
jugglery" with fundamental questions
or iree government, n persisted in,
would lead ultimately to social disor
der and revolution," the District of
Columbia court of appeals holds un
constitutional the minimum wage law
effective in the capitaL In holding
the law invalid and thereby establish
ing what is regarded as likely to be
a precedent of far-reaching import importance,
ance, importance, the court of appeals reversed
itself from a decision handed down
in June, 1921.
Coal prescriptions, signed by phy physicians,
sicians, physicians, are deluging Chicago dealers
These prescriptions urge that certain
consumers, because of illness or other
emergencies, be preferred in coal dis
tribution. In the belief that each in
stance must be ont that demands
special consideration the dealers are
complying with the demand and fur furnishing
nishing furnishing the coal on prescription,
II. I. TO MIAMI
Ships Will Begin Flying in December
And Put on a Daily Schedule
Sometime Next Spring
Miami, Nov. 7. Officials of the
Aero Marine Airways announced here
today the company will establish a
daily airplane passenger service be between
tween between New York and Miami. The
service will be started in December
but daily service probably will not
be inaugurated before spring.
CITRA BRIGHT SMILING
AND RAPIDLY SPREADING
Citra, Nov. 7. As our little town
of Citra has burst from its hull of
lethargy, as a chrysallis bursts from
its shell when the soil begins to warm
up with the spring sunshine, and is
beginning to clothe itself in a new
suit of prosperity and progressiveness
and everybody is feeling good over
the outlook, I thought I would let you
hear from the little town of shades
and Spanish moss.
The new Bank of Citra, which was
organized July 1 with deposits of
$15,000, has more than doubled its
deposits in four months, and is doing
fine with Mr. Graves as cashier.
The $30,000 ice and light plant is
nearing completion and the streets of
Citra will soon be illuminated with
Crosby & Wartmann will soon have
their new packing house, which is to
be the largest in this vicinity, com completed
pleted completed and running to its full capacity.
Mr. Gilbert will soon have his ga garage
rage garage completed.
The new road that is being built
north across Orange Lake is more
than half completed and the Marion
county road crew is working' on this
The orange crop around Orange
Lake is fine. The Citra Fruit Com Company
pany Company has shipped sixty cars of or
anges and grapefruit, the average
price being between $120 Oand $1300
per car. Most of these oranges are
of the Parson Brown variety. This
orange was first discovered on the
banks of our beautiful lake, and the
Mocking Bird" of the Citra Fruit
Company has gone to all the great
cities of the north, singing the praises
of the most palatable orange any hu
man ever ate, not even rivaled by
the famous "Sunkissed" orange of
Pape & Williams have shipped
twenty care of oranges and grape grapefruit.
fruit. grapefruit. Crosby & Wartmann have shipped
three cars of oranges and grapefruit
and haven't started good yet.
Mr. Rice will start his packing
house next week and has forty acres
of fine oranges to pack.
There have been about five miscel-
aneous cars shipped from here.
Real estate has begun to change
hands considerably around our vil-
Sgobel & Day of New York bought
the 67-acre grove of John Kendig for
a consideration of $100,000.
Mr. Edwards, president of the
Ocala National Bank, bought the Wy-
kcff grove of about 800 trees, paying
Rev. Mann bought the five-acre
grove of D. Barcus, paying $6500.
About two miles south of town
Wartmann & Lloyd are clearing and
breaking 700 acres of land and putting
it in orange groves.
Our hustling real estate man. C. A.
Sommers, has sold the following
places: Mr. C. L. Johnson of Pelzes,
S. C, bought the Harvey place and
has moved in. Mr. Van Deuven of
Cohoes, N. Y., has bought the Plank
place. Mr. W. A. Kendall of Milton,
Fla., has bought the Fast place and
is now here in our town improving
his grove. Mr. J. Braddock of Way
nesboro, S. C, bought the Ausley
place and will soon be here putting
out a grove. Mr. J. Mannus from
Akron, Ohio, is here and is expecting
to buy a grove.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
I have moved my shoe repair shop
to Gold street, east of the Anthony
road. I am better prepared than
ever before to give you good service.
Those in need of my services will
please bring in their work and call
for same. H. H. SUMMERLIN,
11-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer.
Capt. D. W. Purvis came home from
Clay county today to vote.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1922
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of removing these pesky things with
out getting your fingers so sore you
can't wind your watch. Merely take
the back of. a caseknife and scrape
carefully over the cloth, tightening
the material as you scrape. If no
knife of the sort is handy merely wet
your fingers when you pick the stick
ers off one by one; they'll come
easily and will not prick the finger. A
dog will pull off the spurs and not
feel any ill effects simply because
his tongue is wet; and that point sug suggested
gested suggested the idea of the wet fingers.
salient features become fewer, and ;
sometimes two or three days pass
without anything prominent enough j
for record. We are much "holp up" i
by the Star-Telegram's commendation, i
MARION ALSO HAS SOME
Other Florida counties and commu communities
nities communities are boasting of record-breaking
hens. Marion county has some chick chickens
ens chickens herself. Consider the record of
800 hens on the Wonder Poultry
Farm at Eastlake. Between Oct. 1st,
1921, and Oct. 1st, 1922, these hens
laid 136,300 eggs, or an average of
170 eggs each during the year.
And speaking of hens, the poultry
exhibit at the annual Marion County
Fair to be held this year during
Thanksgiving week is always a big
feature. Last year every bird ex
hibited was pure blooded with only
one exception. This year's exhibit is
expected to be the best yet.
body else's goat.
it can get every-
France and Italy have helped turn
loose a devil that will turn and try
to rend them.
The DeLand News has a fine new
press and is turning out a bigger, better-looking
When one newspaper calls attention
to typographical errors of another, it
is a case of the kettle calling the pot
black. Clearwater Sun.
Yes, but sometimes the pot is black blacker
er blacker than the kettle.
It's funny to see what a disturbance
the Tampa Tribune is making about
the wording of the reapportionment
section on the ballot. We had sup supposed
posed supposed the Trib. had that measure
beaten so badly that it made no dif
ference whether it was stated legally
The campaign being over, we are
perfectly willing to be forgiven for
all the mean things we have written
about other people while the scuffle
was on. We don't know whether any
body wants our forgiveness, but if
they do we beg leave to inform them
we have not been offended with them
Friend Lee of the Winter Haven
Chief is shy on curiosity. He says
"That woman witness in the famous
Hall-Mills murder case that shoos the
newspaper boys off with a shotgun
may have valuable information but
we are not going after it. We are
not particularly interested in the
The people of Moss Bluff, of Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg and all the country lying along
the Little Oklawaha are much pleased
with the prospects held out to them
with the probable building of the
Moss Bluff dam, and the consequent
improvement in navigation of the
river and drainage of the adjacent
rich territory as fertile as anything
in the Everglades and at present
much more accessible. Senator Flet
cher has been untiring in his work
for this great improvement, obtain obtaining
ing obtaining the appropriation for it and it be being
ing being his special care. While our senior
senator is much consulted on the great
affairs of national legislation, he is
also always busy trying to supply
Florida's needs. No state in the
Union has a better representative in
the Senate and but few one as good.
APARTMENTS FUDR RfflT
1. One furnished apartment
with bath, including lights
and water $25.00
2. Two furnished apartments
with bath, including lights
Four unfurnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, with bath, water and
EIGHT YEARS AGO
Public sympathy is altogether with
ex-Governor Gilchrist. His handwrit handwriting
ing handwriting is said to be so bad that the
newspaper editors can not read his
contributions, and, being a bachelor,
is too timid to employ a stenog. St.
Maybe our brother Albert can't dictate.
Here's an useful household recipe
from Thome: "Jevva get sandspurs
on your clothes? Foolish question
No. 6843W. Of course you have if
you've been long in Florida; in fact,
you needn't really belong in Florida
or be long in Florida to accomplish
the sandspur habit. But what I was
getting at was to tell the easiest way
Well, brother and sister democrats,
our work as collector of the campaign
fund, for the campaign of 1922 is now
ended. Saturday night, that quiet
and inassuming but always depend
able young man, W. A. Wilds, slipped
us a shekel that he had been carrying
for us for a week. That made forty forty-nine
nine forty-nine dollars, contributed by three
firms, twenty-three men and three
women. We stuck on another dollar
to make it an even fifty, and sent the
committee a check for the balance.
We have not collected much, but
some, we regret to say, have col collected
lected collected less. We have had a good deal
of fun and heartily thank the gen generous
erous generous patriots who have helped us to
help the party.
Following is the list:
Summerfield Chronicle $1.00
T. D. Lancaster Jr 1.00
Nathan Mayo 5.00
Star Publishing Company 2.00
W. L. Colbert 1.00
R. A. Burford 5.00
J. E. Chace 1.00
Wm. D. Taylor 1.00
Countess von Schimon 5.00
James P. Taylor 1.00
J. W. Hunter 1.00
W. T. Gary 1.00
J. G. Parrish 1.00
W. W. Stripling 1.00
John H. Taylor 1.00
K. C. Moore 1.00
Ocala Banner 5.00
Rev. C. L. Collins 1.00
Sam McAteer 1.00
Sam Petteway 1.00
George MacKay 2.00
Niel Ferguson 1.00
G. W. (Tex) Martin 1.00
Mrs. Cash 1.00
Dr. H. W. Henry 1.00
Mrs. Florence Stenger 1.00
J. R. Moorhead 2.00
F. W. Cook 1.00
Harry Borland 1.00
W. A. Wilds 1.00
J. H. Benjamin 1.00
Nov. 7, 1914. The city of Kiao
Chau and the German fortress of
Tsing Tao surrendered to the Japa Japanese
nese Japanese today, and Germany's far eastern
empire crumbled into the dust.
The Scandal Sheet from the Big
City wins the LImburger Cheese Med Medal
al Medal for OtTensivent'ss. Its many col columns
umns columns of Nauseating Details of Scan
dal and Crime make It Unfit for De Decent
cent Decent Homes. Carry It out and Throw
it In the Garbage Can before the Chil Children
dren Children see the Filthy Sheet!
The girl who can preserve fruits
has a better chance to get married
than the one who buys every fool
thing on the market to preserve her
complexion, says the Times-Union.
Perhaps so, but the pretty powders
and sweet smells that the complexion
conservers use have their use in at attracting
tracting attracting the male of the species
What would the modern girl of today
be without these things? Lakeland
The most refined smell is no smell
One United States senator has
never taken a drink of coffee. Has
never learned the taste of liquor. Has
never drowned his sorrows in tea. Has
never held a hand of playing cards
Has never walked across a golf links.
Has never used tobacco in any way.
Has never danced and doesn't want to.
Has never become a baseball fanatic.
Has never been the driver of a car.
Has never been a devotee of the the theater.
ater. theater. Has never known one movie
star from another. He is Senator
William E. Borah, the gentleman from
Even with all those dificiencies,
there are several ways of having fun
left open to him.
I Reo Dealer
Next to Fire Station
COSIMA WAGNER IS ILL
A woman throwing a missile or
shooting at a mark is proverbially an
uncertain quantity, but it seems to us
that the plush-lined pickle jar prize
for misdirection belongs to that Phil Phil-a
a Phil-a delphia lady who shot her husband
and his stenographer and then ex explained
plained explained the matter by saying she wras
trying to commit suiicde. Miami Her Herald.
ald. Herald. Possibly she was, and they got in
Now, if any of you are conscience
stricken, and feel like you haven't
done your duty and will come across ,nette dther a thg ragging thjs gide
of sheol won't prevent our keeping
"Christmas Dates," read a head in
the St. Petersburg Independent. Make
us one with a St. Pete blonde, Brother
Brown, but don't let Brother Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin of the Ocala Star know about it
or he'll rag us to death. Phil Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong in T.-U.
Phil's timid. If Brown will make
a date for us with a blonde, or a bru-
any time this week, we can forward
the money to the committee, but the
collection is formally ended.
The Turk is doing just what any
sensible man would expect the Turk to
do. In the meantime, he is treating
other Mohammedan nationalities as
badly as he is treating the Christians.
The Allies have given him plenty of
rope and he will hang himself with it
before he is much older. But they
were foolish to give him any rope at
of railroad fare might,
Since last July Editor Benjamin of
the Ocala Star has been running a
few interesting paragraphs under the
title "Eight Years Ago."' Of course
this refers to the outbreak of the
world war; each day there is a sum summary
mary summary of the stirring events of 1914
when Great Britain and France were
pouring out their life blood to stay the
tide of German invasion. Once in a
while the Star leaves out this feature
and when it does, well there is some something
thing something worth while missing. Lakeland
Thanks, Friends Bloom and Brown.
We are going to rub this on our lino linotype
type linotype operator, who has kept us in low
spirits by declaring said feature is
punk. We started with the view of
compiling from our files a brief his history
tory history of the great war. The only rea reason
son reason why it is sometimes left out is
that occasionally there is no event of
note for that date. In the first few
weeks of the war there was some
spectacular event every day, but later
on, as the armies began to dig in,
Now it is claimed that a white man
has been held in peonage in Georgia,
which goes to show that the peonage
laws were made without consideration
for race, color or previous condition
There's lots of peonage the law
can't touch a hard-working man try trying
ing trying to support an extravagant family,
a mother working her fingers to the
bone for unappreciative children, etc.,
Mme. Cosima Warner, widow of
Richard Wagner, the great composer,
and daughter of Liszt, Is reported to
be seriously 111 nt her home In Ger Germany.
many. Germany. She is eighty-two years old.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
To the memory of L. M. Murray,
(adopted by the session of the First
Presbyterian church, Ocala, Fla.
On December 10, 1910, Mr. L. M.
Murray transferred his membership
to the First Presbyterian church,
Ocala, Florida. On January 11, 1911,
he was elected to the office of deacon.
On February 9, 1919, he was elected
to the office of ruling elder, the high highest
est highest office within the gift of the con congregation.
gregation. congregation. In this high and holy of office
fice office he served the church faithfully
until the relation itself was terminat terminated
ed terminated by his death on August 28, 1922.
Now, whereas, God, our Heavenly
Father, in his inscrutable providence,
has removed from our midst Mr. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Morton Murray, be it therefore
Resolved: First, That we put on
record our appreciation of him as a
man of unusual parts; as a deacon,
conscientious in the discharge of ev every
ery every duty; as Sabbath school superin superintendent,
tendent, superintendent, faithful in every detail of the
work; as clerk of the session,. true and
accurate records were always kept
and transmitted to the church courts.
No work was too great and none too
small to require his close, personal
Second, that we extend to his be bereaved
reaved bereaved wife and daughter the tender tender-est
est tender-est sympathy that words can express,
and that we rejoice with them in the
noble heritage he has left them.
Third, and finally that these resolu resolutions
tions resolutions be spread upon the minutes of
the session, and that a page in the
records be inscribed to his memory;
that a copy be sent to his family and
to the Ocala Evening Star and th
Ocala Banner for publication, and that
these resolutions be read from the
By order of the session.
W. F. Creson, Moderator.
G. S. Scott, Clerk.
November 5, 1922.
The Star congratulates the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent on its seven seventeenth
teenth seventeenth birthday. The Independent is
a fine newspaper, and while we don't
always agree with its opinions we ad admire
mire admire the courage with which it ex expresses
presses expresses them.
Orange prices are on the decline.
When Florida commences to ship
freely further declines may be expect expected.
ed. expected. Oranges have been too high too
long. Produce News.
We don't think Florida oranges will
cause any sag in the market. Florida
oranges are superior in quality to any
The delay of the French and Italian
governments to ratify the documents
of the Washington Arms Conference
treaties has been a matter of discus discussion
sion discussion in Japan, and informally her
representatives have talked wit Amer American
ican American officials regarding the desirabili desirability
ty desirability of rewriting the treaty and the so so-called
called so-called Four-Power Pacific Pact so as
to make them applicable to the three
countries which have ratified, leaving
Italy and France out of the naval
treaty and dropping France from the
The Rockland Lake lighthouse on
the Hudson river began to lean short-
ly after it was built. It was caused
probably by the washing out of an
old oyster bed. The lighting ma machinery
chinery machinery has been adjusted so that it
Opposition in Washington to Ford's
getting Mussel Shoals, on the ground
that it would be granting a vast "sub "subsidy,"
sidy," "subsidy," of course is not coming from
those who are demanding a vast sub subsidy
sidy subsidy for their ships. Tampa Tribune.
Ford is a democrat.
The $15,000 bond of William D.
Haywood, convicted I. W. W. leader,
has been ordered forfeited and de deputies
puties deputies ordered to collect the bonds.
Haywood fled to Russia and has nev never
er never returned.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
We are in need of a quantity of Fresh Milk,
as our output is increasing daily. Cash set settlement
tlement settlement every Monday morning for previous
Marion County Creamery Co.
Katherine Pyles, Manager
Are installing RADIANTFIRE gas heaters in their
fire places. This new and revolutionary gas heating
appliance makes the fire place a source of real comfort
at a small price, and there's no bother. "Radiant
Rays" project 90 per cent, of their warmth straight
into the room.lj
Burns for hours at the cost of a shovel full of coal.
It is Odorless, Ashless, Smokeless and Dustless.
CALL AT OUR SHOW ROOMS AND ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
Ocala Gas Company
Harrington Hall Block
Ft King Avenue
FOR SALE OR TRADE
1921 Special 6 Studebaker Touring
1920 Buick 6 Touring
1920 Buick 6 Touring
Repainted, New Top and in Al condition.
BLAL0CK BROTHERS DEALERS
One quart New Honey,
Palm Olive Soap,
three cakes for. .
Heinz Small Can
Cream of Wheat,
Jello 12c. package, OO.
three for OOC
Quaker Oats, 12c. pkg.f OQ
three for JOC
Small Graham Crackers, C n
ter nackace WW
5 j Lemon, Snaps, C
C ner nackaee C
Pint Jars Orange Marmalade.
Purina Scratch Feed, Chicken Chowder, Cow Chow
and other Feeds
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
" OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1922
Bibte Thought Sr Todsij
CHRIST'S BENEDICTION : Peace
leave with you, my peace I give
into you: not as the world glveth,
lire I unto you. Let not your heart
e troubled, neither let It be afraid.
fohn 14: 27.
"Another Nash." 6U
A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant
Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
For rent, the best location in town
for a grocery business; corner store.
Apply to "E," Star office. ll-2-5t
Plumbing & Electrical
Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully
Needham Motor Co.
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
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 he
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
Geo. MacKay ( Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
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--Jteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 :jn
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6 : 15 am Jacksonville 9 :00 pm
8:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(d) Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
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
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm
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.
If you have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.
Lamar Barnett has a
A. E. Gerig's newsstand.
The street engineer says that he
intends to finish Oklawaha avenue
Open stock china with fancy pieces
to match, beautiful new design, at
THE BOOK SHOP. 4-3t
"Another Nash." 6tl
Mr. George A. Ralph, a business
man of Leesburg, was in town yester
Miss Byrd Wartmann expects to
cave m a lew days tor a six weess
stay in Boston and New York.
Open stock china with fancy pieces
to match, beautiful new design, at
THE BOOK SHOP. 4-3t
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
Sheriff Thomas is expected to re
turn from New York with the confi confidence
dence confidence man, Sharum, Wednesday or
The Business and Professional
Woman's Club will hold its monthly
meeting tonight at the club rooms at
THE BOOK SHOP is showing three
patterns in open stock china. 4-3t
"Another Nash." 6tf
The regular monthly meeting of
the Parent-Teacher Association will
be held Thursday afternoon at four
o'clock at the high school building.
Mr. R. H. Todd who is building an
attractive home on the Silver Springs
roads, is hoping to soon have it com
pleted, although it will be another
month before he will be able to occupy
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Open stock dinner set with fancy
niopoo to m!.i TWIT! RHHTT SHOP
Roy Galloway and Leon Feaster are
two recruits to the fire department
Roy served with the department be
fore the went into the army and join
ing it again is like going back home
Leon Feaster is a Micanopy boy.
THE BOOK SHOP is showing three
patterns in open stock china. 4-3t
Major W. B. Anderson of Warwick,
N. Y., one of our regular winter resi residents,
dents, residents, arrived yesterday, and as usual
making his home with Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Layton. The major is in
good health and his friends are glad
to see him.
We sell VEGEX. Farmers Exchange
Store. Phone 163. 24-12t
Open stock dinner set with fancy
pieces to match. THE BOOK SHOP.
If the people of Ocala knew what
a hard time the men on the Oklawaha
Valley railroad have sometimes, they
would appreciate the pluck shown in
keeping trains on the little road run running.
ning. running. The train crew, who try to
bring their train into Ocala on time
have many difficulties to overcome.
Several times, tho ready to leave Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka on time in the morning, they
have found their way blocked by the
A. C. L. switch engine and the
freight cars it was moving, delaying
the O. V. half an hour or more. Com Coming
ing Coming into Ocala on time the other day,
they found themselves shut out of the
town by a Seaboard freight train,
which had engine trouble. The little
O. V. train crept up as close to it
dared to the Seaboard train and stood
humbly waiting for the opportunity
to go on. About that time, it occurred
to the Seaboard men to have dinner,
which eaused another half an hour's
delay. Now it's all right, we suppose,
for the big railroads to bully a little
one, but one thing should be remem
bered the O. V. carries mail, and it
is against the federal law to delay a
mail train a minute more than is ab
solutely necessary. The O. V. brings
the Times-Union, and when it arrives
behind time the people of Ocala,
many of whom read the big Jackson
ville sheet, are peeved. The next time
the O. V. people are headed off by a
freight or switching crew, if they
would inform the postal authorities
they might obtain relief.
I Advertise in the Evening Star.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star Nov. 7, 1902)
Tnesdav Mr. H. T. Wartmann of
Citra, father of Commissioner Wart
mann, deposited his vote for the nom-
inees of the democratic party. In the
fifty eight years that he has voted he
nas never iauea to vote tne straignr
democratic ticket and never scratched j
a name on it. He celebrated his 80th
birthday ten days ago, and he hopes
to live until 1904 that he may help to
elect a democratic president. Mr.
Wartmann will be remembered as the
efficient tax collector of this county
ten years ago and he served the peo people
ple people faithfully.
Little Ethel Crosby went out driv
ing with her parents yesterday after
noon, the first time she has been out
since her foot was so badly crushed.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Nov. 7, 1912)
Mr. E. C. Bennett has gone to Bush Bush-nell
nell Bush-nell to install an electric light plant.
Miss Jessie Woods returned today
from a year's visit to her aunt in
California. She had a pleasant time
out there but is glad to return to
The exceedingly smart and inter
esting play, "Forty-Five Minutes
from Broadway," is the next attrac
tion at the Temple. Bert Leigh, who
pleased Ocala people so well last year
in "The Man on the Box," is the lead
ing man in this play.
All grades, day and night classes.
Special coaching. For appointment
phone 277. Mrs. Jennie Cassil, 820
East Third street. 2-6t
Miss Lumie B. Davis, formerly
superintendent of the industrial
school, is now with her brother in
Puerto Cortez, Honduras. Miss Davis
is engaged in welfare work and her
brother has a government position.
The city street force is putting lime
rock on Sanchez street between Sec Second
ond Second and Third streets, alongside the
Baptist parsonage on the west and
the residences of Messrs. Troxler,
Leavengood and Wilson on the east.
The Star understands that as soon as
the work on Oklawaha is finished, the
city will put this much neglected
street in first class condition.
First Cannibal Our chief has hay
Second Cannibal What brought it
First Cannibal He ate a grass wid
ow. Journal American Medical Asso
Room for a Slump.
"I tell you, I can't lose, I'm going to
get In on the ground floor."
"The .ground floor isn't the lowest
ltfvel. There's the cellar." Louis
The economic revival in Belgium is
accompanied by an extraordinarily
active Intellectual revival, according to
a survey by Walter A. Montgomery for
the United States bureau of educa
tion. It is pointed out that all uni
versities and schools are crowded far
beyond their capacity, and that the
minister of science and art is even
contemplating restoring entrance ex
aminations to universities to eliminate
those who are less fitted for higher
studies. No fewer than five or six
literary reviews have been lately
founded in Belgium, and a generation
of new writers, including some re
markable younger poets, Is coming to
the fore, it is said.
The Red Cross figures that Amer
icans have given $256,375,000 to relieve
war distress in fifteen European coun
tries. Cynics, with acid temperaments,
comment that this is only $2.50 foi
each of us. A liberal estimate. How
ever, it is equivalent to ouo.uuo men
donating the entire fruits of theli
labor for a whole year. That isn't bad,
considering the libels about Americana
being selfish. It'd be a very cold day
In August before other nations would
do as much for us.
Professor Breitweiser of the Univer University
sity University of California says there are kinds
of kisses that raise the blood pressure.
and he can measure the extent in mil
limeters of blood pressure resulting
from them by an instrument known as
the sphygmanomometer. Why is it
Important to know? There is no way
of stopping the kissing.
There Is an opinion that if Uncle
Sam wants what the foreign countries
owe him he should employ the fellow
who makes the monthly calls for the
Sometimes we wonder If the Arme Armenians
nians Armenians could ever be happy unless they
were starving or being persecuted by
A noble ideal is a man's conception
of the way he ought to live when he
is too rotten mean and selfish to live
"What is the meaning of 'consis
"Consistency, my son, has to do
with the fitness of tilings."
"I don't know just what you mean,"
"I will give you an example."
"A freckle-faced girl In a polka-dot
dress, leading a coach dog."
If She Were Teacher.
Little Girl If I was a teacher Td
make everybody behave.
Aunty How would you accomplish
Little Girl Very easily. When girls
was bad I'd tell them they didn't look
pretty; and when little boys was bad
rd make them sit with the girls; and
when big boys was bad I wouldn't
let them sit with the girls.
Taking His Time!
He C-c-can you g-g-get B-B-Bright-on
for m-me on the telephone,
p-please? And how m-much will It
She Fifty miles 18 pence for
"W-would there b-be a red-d-duction
for m-me, d-do you th-tblnk? London
In U. S. A.
this a Persian
Storekeeper' Who has been asking
Assistant A lady who wants a
Shopkeeper Why, of course. Iff a
Persian rug tell her that it's very
A Convenient Affliction.
Td do something for that cough If
I were you, old man."
"That cough, my dear boy, Is Indis
pensable. Whenever a life insurance
agent calls to see me I turn It on and
he never stays longer than three
minutes." Boston Evening Tran Transcript.
script. Transcript. SOME CONSOLATION
"Am I the first man you
"You're among the flrat."
Right well I know!
in the Agrarian Bloc.
"What has been your previous busi
"As field manager."
"For Farmer SI Corntossel, Just out
side of town. I managed his field
hands for him two summers hand run
ning.'' Farm Life.
In That Sense.
Heck Your wife Is certainly a re
Peck Think so?
Heck Indeed I do. Don't you?
Peck Well, she certainly is able.
to make more remarks than any other
woman I know. Boston Evening
Pinker I think that Reginald la a
Tunn Well, I know that he's a second-story
"You don't say so!"
"Yes ; he has never told an original
"Do you believe that spirits come
back to this earth V
"I don't see why they should do so,"
replied Senator Sorghum. They don't
need money and they haven't any
That Settles It.
"I have bad news for you.
"Yes. I visited a fortune teller's
this afternoon, and she told me that I
am going to marry a handsome man-
Might Be Interested.
"My orother," said the pious per person,
son, person, "do you ever turn your thoughts
to the River Jordan T
"No, I don't," said the brisk promot promoter.
er. promoter. "Has it any power possibilities V
Not So Awful.
First Actress Wouldn't It be awful
If the earth stopped revolving and
threw us Into space?
Second Actress I wouldn't care it
It threw us Into newspaper space
HERE'S A VALUE EXTRAORDINARY
We are taking in on a Studebaker a very late
model Haynes Sedan, run only 6,800 miles, and in per perfect
fect perfect condition. This car has had private use only, and
is like new. Has wire wheels, bumpers and many ex extras,
tras, extras, and cost owner new $4,100, Upholstered in soft
mohair velvet plush, with dome lights, corner reading
Will give same 90 days guarantee as on a new car.
Price $1,200, one-third down, balance in twelve
equal monthly payments, if desired. Phone 170 for
McLEOD & WATERS
Corner Osceola and Fort King
243 and 174
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
YOURS FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Florida Auto Supply Company
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TIRES AND TUBES
Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 7500 miles; Cords, 10,000
miles. We make the ad.ustments.
Complete Line ot Auto Accessories
314-320 N. Main St. OCALA, FLA
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success m your baking
doughnuts, popovers, bis biscuits,
cuits, biscuits, cakes are made tender.
tasteful and light as air. This de dependability
pendability dependability has turned millions of
housewives to the exclusive use
That's why the sales of Calumet
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of any other baking powder.
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Mended o(f course its
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A can of Calumet produces more bakings
than many other brands because of its
greater leavening strength. It goes far fartherlasts
therlasts fartherlasts longer.
Calumet is pure contains only such ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients as have been officially approved by United
States Food Authorities.
A pound can of Calumet contain fall 16
ounces. Some baking powders come in 12
ounce instead of 16 ounce cau. Be sure
you get a pound when you want it.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1922
(RATES under this heading are a
follows: Maximum of six lines one time
i&c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
aaraaee except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
WANTED Position as bookkeeper
or clerk, by young lady. Experi Experienced
enced Experienced clerk. Phone 616 or address
215 N. Main street. 7-6t
FOR SALE Practically brand new
Buick six touring car; looks like
just off show room floor; carefully
driven only 2700 miles. Price $1200.
Liberal terms. McLeod1 & Waters,
the Studebaker dealers. Phone No.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
Phone 578 or apply at 603 E. Sec Second
ond Second street. 7-6t
WANTED To rent, small house of
three or four rooms, furnished. Ad Address
dress Address "House," in care of Star of office.
fice. office. 6-3t
MULE TAKEN UP Black mare
mule, with two small white spots
behind left shoulder. About eight
years old. Weighs about 1000 to
1100 pounds. Taken up Sunday,
Nov. 5th. Owner may obtain same
by paying expenses incurred. J. C.
Fore, Box 127 Route A, Ocala. 6-3t
FOR SALE 80 acres on beautiful
Lake Weir, 16 acres fine hammock
ready for the plow. Will make an
ideal nursery and grove; for quick
sale $40 per acre, half cash, baalnce
one and two years at 6 per cent.
Will begin improving this next
week and will advance price to $50
acre. J. L. Wallace, Ocala House,
Ocala, Fla. ll-6-6t
FOR RENT 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 10th
street. Phone 210. 6-3t
FOR RENT Mrs. A. M. Perry's five five-room
room five-room house on Fifth street now oc occupied
cupied occupied by G. B. Overton; furnished.
Apply to R. N. Dosh, 702 E. Fourth
ROOMS FOR REN Light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping rooms and also one bed
room, all nicely furnished. Two
blocks east of court house. Apply
239 Oklawaha Ave. Phone 507. 4-3t
TYPEWRITERS Some bargains in
Oliver, Royal and Corona typewrit typewriters
ers typewriters at THE BOOK SHOP. 4-6t
ADDING MACHINE A bargain in
a Burroughs large size adding ma
chine, same as new. THE BOOK
FOR SALE Six room, two-story
"house, wit hone-quarter acre corner
lot; modern conveniences and soft
water. A bargain. Phone 496, W.
W. Condon. 4-6t
50 FUEL, SAVED Whether you
use a gas or oil stove the Spengler
Cooker will save half your fuel bill.
You can save the price of the Spen Spengler
gler Spengler in a few weeks. Let me dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate it. Mrs. H. P. Johnson,
704 Wenona street. 3-6t
FOR RENT The best location in
town for a grocery business; corner
store. Apply to "E," care Star of
UPHOLSTERING And furniture re-
finishing done in any style. Phone
FOR RENT Three bedrooms, with
or without table board. Mrs. George
Young, 512 E. 8th St. l-6t
FOR RENT An apartment. Phone
207-Blue. No. 1129 E. Fort King
WANTED To buy, well trained deer
hound. Write, with' full description
and price to P. O. Box 985, Orlando,
FOR RENT A house lately renovat renovated
ed renovated throughout, on the north side of
Oklawaha avenue; also rooms for
rent on Oklawaha avenue. Apply
to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 E. Okla
waha Ave. Phone 383. 28-tf
FOR RENT Four room furnished
apartment; large screened porch;
electric range; electric water heat
er; attractive and modern furnish furnishings;
ings; furnishings; all conveniences; private en
trances, private bath. Apply to
Mrs. George Blitch or Joseph Bell,
With regard to the voltage of light
ning strokes there are vnly estimates.
These rango from a few hundred thou-
tand to several billion volts, depending
upon the ideas of the persons making
the estimates. No measurements have
been made. The amperage of light lightning
ning lightning strokes Is more definitely known,
1 few attempts having been made to
measure IL The best measurements
ef this kind show that the current in intensity
tensity intensity may be as great as 25.000 am amperes.
peres. amperes. As for harnessing lightninf
and turning It Into energy useful te
man, no practicable scheme has yet
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
GAS OIL GREASE
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
ONLY BIG CIRCUS COMING TO
OCALA THIS YEAR
Adults 75, including war tax
PRESENTING ON ONE STUPENDOUS
PROGRAM AND FOR THE FIRST TIME
IN ALL CIRCUS HISTORY
NOT MANY, BUT ALL THE
.f.UI.II J.WHBJLJ JLJI fi'JJ
Street Parade 10:30 A." M
THAT GOOD KIND
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
This is to certify that I have this
dy placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animal which has
been found running at large within the
corporate limits of the city of Ocala,
contrary to the ordinance of said city:
One red and white spotted bull, mark marked
ed marked swallow fork and sawset in one
ear, upper square in the other.
The owner thereof or his agent
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,
to-wit: On the 11th day of November,
1922, I will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
Marshal City of Ocala.
H. H. Hill, Impounder of Cattle. It
O C A L A
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.
Mrs. Kate Brinkley of Tampa ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala Sunday for a visit with
her brother, Mr. T. C. Garter and
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
i Mrs. H. B. Clarkson and Miss Lil Lil-jlian
jlian Lil-jlian Clarkson, who have spent the
'past month in Washington, returned
I home Sunday.
One of the most attractive ways to
reach Baltimore, Washington, Phila
i delphia, Atlantic City and New York
lis through use of the Merchants and
Miners steamers from Jacksonville.
Ther are three steamers weekly. It
The weak and the strong enjoy eat
ing the best fresh meats obtainable.
That's the kind to be found at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf
Patrick's genuine all virgin wool
white slipover sweaters lor young
men and boys at Jordan's. 7-6t
! Besides the meetings of the regular
auction clubs this week, there will be
f three large affairs. Mrs. J. Harry
, Walters is entertaining at cards this
afternoon. Thursday Mrs. Norton
Davis will entertain at a tea compli compli-1
1 compli-1 menting her guest, Mrs. Sebury Stan Stanton,
ton, Stanton, and Mrs. Guy Miller and Miss
Men's work clothes, express striped
overalls and jackets at Jordan's. 6t
Just received Orient pastry flour,
the best to be had, and Mother's Self
Rising flour, none better. Cook's
Market & Grocery. 6-6t
Fertilize your pot plants and lawn
flowers with Albert's Plant Food. Sold
in 25c, 50c. and $2 packages at the
! Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
Mrs. J. C. Lanier went to Lakeland
Sunday to be with her sister, Mrs. H.
H. Brower, whose husband and son
were so badly burned last week in a
railroad wreck. News has been re
ceived that Tillman Brower died Sun
day night from the effects of the
burns he received and that Mr.
Browers' condition yesterday was critw
ical. The friends of the family deep deeply,
ly, deeply, sympathize with Mrs. Brower in
Let us supply your groceries. Reas Reasonable
onable Reasonable prices and prompt delivery our
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
Khaki coats for your outing
hunting, just received at E. C.
"Another Nash." 6tf
Circle B of the Baptist church had
a splendid meeting Monday with Mrs.
Lanier Robertson. The following la ladies
dies ladies were elected as officers: Mrs. B.
L. Adams, chairman of program com committee;
mittee; committee; Mrs. P. A. Durand, secretary
and treasurer; Mrs. J. G. Parrish,
chairman of social committee; Mrs. J.
D. Robertson, chairman of sewing
committee, and Mrs. R. H. Todd,
chairman personal service committee.
Everybody in the circle was placed on
one of these committees. There were
seventeen present. Plans were laid
for the year's work and it is hoped
good work will be done.
Just received Orient pastry flour,
the best to be had, and Mother's Self
Rising flour, none better. Cook's
Market & Grocery- 6-6t
Mrs. Jameson of Orangeburg, S. C,
spent a few days in Ocala the past
week with her cousin, Mrs. D. W,
Tompkins. A number of years ago
the two brothers of this family left
home, one came to Florida and the
other went to Texas and the families
of the brothers had never met and
had gradually lost track of each other.
Last summer Mrs. Jameson spent
some time in Waynesville, N. C, at
the same place that Mrs. Tompkins
has been staying and in this way Mrs.
Jameson obtained the address of Mrs.
Tompkins, her cousin, and wrote to
her, her recent visit to Ocala being
the result of the correspondence. Mrs.
Jameson left yesterday for Miami,
where she will make the acquaintance
of her uncle, Mr. Z. T. Scott. Later
she will visit two other cousins on the
Just received, Orient pastry flour,
the best to be had, and Mother's Self
Rising flour, none better. Cook's
Market & Grocery. 6-6t
Advertise in the Evening Star.
ELECTION IN OCALA
A Quiet Day and So Far a Light Vote
Election day is passing quietly in
Ocala. Up to 2:30 p. m. 25 votes had
been cast. The democratic vote in
this precinct is nearly 500 beside a
couple of hundred republicans. So
there is not much interest being taken.
As the general result all over the
country will not be known this eve
ning, the Star has not ordered any
dispatches. It has arranged for full
returns, which it will bulletin early to
GRAND LODGE OFFICERS
K. OF P. TO MEET HERE
The officers of the Grand Lodge of
Florida, K. of P., will hold their semi semiannual
annual semiannual meeting in Ocala Thursday.
The officers will arrive tomorrow aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and will hold a special meet meeting
ing meeting with the Ocala lodge tomorrow.
As many members as possibly can
should be present to meet the grand
chancellor and his subordinates. The
grand lodge meeting will begin at 9
o'clock Thursday morning and wijl
probably last until afternoon.
The grand lodge officers are Tom J.
Watts, Chipley, Grand Chancellor; J.
C- Durrance, Jacksonville, Vice Chan Chancellor;
cellor; Chancellor; L. R. Sparkman, Tampa; Grand
K. of R. & S.; D. W. Tompkins, Ocala,
Grand M. of E.; G. M. Lynch, St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, Grand M. at A.; E. R. Dick
enson, Tampa, Grand Prelate; L. M.
Johnson, Leesburg, Grand I. G.;
Thomas Gordon, Jacksonville, Grand
ROTARIANS FAVOR EARLY
PAYMENT OF TAXES
One of the features of today's Ro Rotary
tary Rotary luncheon was the installation and
introduction into the club of Joe. J.
Blalock, C. Louis Collins, J. Wade
Dumas and Henry G. Shealy. Rote
Collins made a splendid address upon
the principal duties that Rotary
stands for. The other three "babies'
will make thirty-minute talks at the
three next meetings of the club.
Rotarians Gary, Edwards and Shea
ly made short talks upon the duty of
Rotarians in the matter of early pay payment
ment payment of county taxes in order that
our schools may not suffer for want of
funds with which to function during
the coming three months.
Jake Gerig and John Wilkes were
named as program committee for the
next meeting, with Harry Borland and
Paul Simmons as attendance commit
HONOR ROLL FOR
THE OCALA SCHOOLS
Intermediate Grades and Grammar
Low 4: Evelyn Cooper, Irma Smith,
Elizabeth Milton, Elise Shepard, Wil Wil-helmina
helmina Wil-helmina Galipeau, Kathryn Wells, Jay
Lyman Armour, Corrine Anderson.
High 4: Helen Gray.
Low 5: Irene Gilmore, James Carter.
High 5: Joseph Parker.
Low 6: Frances Ballard.
Low 7: Lillian Leak, Dasibel Clem Clement,
ent, Clement, Lois Enzian, Mary Frances Jones,
Irene McMullen, Gladys Russell.
High. 7: Polly Smith, Leroy Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, Emmet Hogan, Randolph Mc Mc-Ateer;
Ateer; Mc-Ateer; Ruth Parker, Hazel Ricketson.
Low 8: Frances Drake, Leonard
Bennett, Corene Grantham, Fred Cul Cul-lison,
lison, Cul-lison, Frances Melton, William Drake,
Johanna Tobleske, Harry McDavid.
High 8: Dora Burnett, Anita Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, Lucile Home, Amy Long.
HONOR ROLL OF
Week ending Nov. 3: First grade,
Nellie Ratliff; third grade, Eugenia
Mattair, Grace Britt; sixth grade,
Ava Anderson, Eva Anderson; sev seventh
enth seventh grade, Mary Britt; eighth grade,
Geoffrey Mims, Roy O'Hara, Alice
Britt, Clara Britt, Thelma Bronson.
Marvin O'Hara, Principal.
Turner Farm, Nov. 7. Mr. Harvey
Waldron was a business caller in
Mrs. Nancy Dowling of Waldo is
visiting her sister at this place.
Mrs. I. N. Wells and Mr. W. A.
Matchett of Orange Springs, were
visiting relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. Owens and baby of Palm
Beach are visiting Mrs. Owens' moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. S. S. Smith at this place.
Mr. W. M. Harper and daughter,
Miss Eva Harper, were shopping in
Mr. W. W. John was a business
caller in Ocala one day last week.
Mrs. Gary Waldron and little son,
Clifton spent a few days at this place
last week with her mother.
We had a good crowd present at
Sunday school Sunday evening. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody try to be there next Sunday
and have a good lesson.
Creeping bent grass in pure strains
makes the best golf green, according
to experiments made by the United
States department of agriculture.
This variety of grass is uniform in
color and texture and stands wear
Dresses of Distinction
Rheinauer & Company
Ready -to-Wear Department, Second Floor
LOOK AGAIN. YOU'RE RIGHT.
There's no ice in the refrigerator. But there's food, plenty of it.
Yet it's a picture of a refrigerator owned by a housewife who
thinks she is "saving" by keeping costly food in an uniced refrig refrigerator.
erator. refrigerator. She stops taking ice at hot summer's end; she thinks cold
weather sufficient protection.
And it would cost her only a few cents a day to make sure that
the food is protected.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company
WHITE STAR LINE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Visitors to the
Usually admire monuments of
simple dignity and good taste.
We are proud to say that me memorials
morials memorials of oar i aking are se selected
lected selected as the finest of all they
have seen. Our work Is not ex expensive.
pensive. expensive. Yon can procure a
monument for a surprisingly
small cum considering quality
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
In the heart of the city, with
Hemming Park for a frost
yard. Every modern conveni convenience
ence convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.
tOBERT M. MEYER, Manager,
r. E. KAVANAUGH, Proprietor.
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