The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
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v. : ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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'"WEATHER FORECAST Grnerally fair tonight and Tuesday; cooler in north and central portions tonight and in south portion Tuesday.
TE3JPERATURES This Morning, 64; Thia Afternoon, 78.
San Rises Tomorrow, 6:58; Sets, 5:28






Sixtr-Serenth Conzress Called For

Determined Effort to Pass Bill I
' For Ship Subsidy I
Washington, Not. 20- (Associated
Press). Congress convened at noon

today for a special session of twolgia, waited in vain four and a half

weeks called by President v Harding
for consideration of the administra-
tion ship subsidy bill upon which : he
is expected to address the Joint ses session
sion session tomorrow.
The programs of both houses were
miiimul normit nrtionrnmpnt at
once in respect to the late Senator
Watson of George and the late Rep-
resentative Nolan of California.
New York. Nov. 19. "If you take

the wrone side well, then the warKress'- ine nrteentn annual conven-

nceau, former premier of France,
w thfnn mho wpWmmi Him t I
-Buttery Park .here yesterday shortly
after he landed from France to begin
w.nM 'tATu- TJinnaftn diPtvred I
the French statesman.
Proceeding uptown to the city hall,
where bo was officially welcomed by
-Acting Mayor. Hulbert, the war pre-1
zaier explained dramatically that his
.mission was "to do some service in I
letting you know how we Europeans I
1 M : a ''a i t M f
juage we American peopie.
He said the friendly greeting he bad
received encouraged him to believe he
would gam access to American minas.
,l must be, allowed to speak as a
free man to free men who are not
afraid of anything" said the "Tiger."
M. Clemenceau then left -, for the
home of Charles Dana Gibson, to. Jest j
fcefore attending a performance mi
the afternoon at the Metropolitan
upera ouse we tne acoustics oi
tbs "nd-tortum n which he will ad
dress nisrat American audience next
luesoay nignt. v 1
. mi .. a I
b. wemenceau paia trmute to Am-
ties'! part in the world war, saVingi
i nave seen tnem tne Americans i
m the tight and l have seen tnem m
tne field when, under the command of
General Pershing they" took hold
hmrvelously at St. Mihiel, releasing a
great many people. When I arrived
the next day. what did I se'et All the
American motors in the old city full
nf French women and children and
flowers. These poor people who had
not been allowed to get but of the
dens for three years were rescued by
the Americans. j
?And j'saw the crowd laughing and
crying: I think I saw once in a while
an American soldier get a kiss from
some -woman. It was the next day!
after the battle took place when all
of the city had been freed by the I
Americans. It was a joy not to be
VI saw sometimes the worst. I have
seen Americans in the mud of the
trenches for davfc and davs without
beinsr relieved and lookine very sorry. I
but tbe moment I came and brought
them the crosses of war thev had so I
"magnificently gained, they were all
smiles. We shook hands and we
spoke of the old place America was
the old place. They did not cry, and
I could see the twinkle in their eyes,
Of course, they knew I was theirs and
they knew they were mine. One day
liictt lucjt huc uiiuc. vuc uajr
highway I met a troop of sol-
joing home, and they! made- me
in the
diers go in
feel sad when they spoke of the old
"They said, 'Won't you come to
America some day VI said, No, I ami
too old: I cannot think of going there?
I said. Yon make ma make rnPPfhes
and it tires my lungs. I have very few
of them left, poor, miserable things.
"One morning I was in my private
bouse bordering on the sea when I
received bad news from America. I
beard bad mmes. We were called
imperialists and militarists. I think
that is horrid, and I thought I had
better go and tell them how things
happened to pass and show them that
their- argument was not correct.
"One day a British newspaper ar
rived. It contained criticisms from a
man of very high standing, -calling
America bad names. A that moment
I decided I had better go to America.
That is the season why" I am here.
I looked at this country from ths
Battery. It has not changed as much
as it seems. The young ladies look
exactly the same, and that is the first
message I am going to send to mv

amounts to nothing and we may have "on OI ine aouxnern commercial on on-to
to on-to go to war again," Georges Clem- gress is scheduled to open here this

Grave Senators Seem Afraid to Grant

Simple Courtesy to The
Lady From Georgia
Washington, Nov. 20. (Associated
Press). Mrs. W. H. Jelton of Geor-
hoars in the Senate chamber to learn
whether Senate leaders would permit
her to take her seat as the first wom woman
an woman senator in view of the recent elec election
tion election of Walter F. George as her suc
cessor. Alter mucn scratcning oi
heads over the problem Senate man-
agers decided to let the decision go
OVer Until tomorrow.
Annual Meeting of One of the Most
Important Bodies in America
nicago, Nov. zv. (ay Associated
afternoon with a three-day session
devoted to discussion of Southern
agricultural, trade, export and immi
gration problems. Ambassadors,
ministers and consuls of many na-
tions are, on the program. -y
Fort Pierce, Nov. 20. (Associated
Press). Spiro Sofee, the Greek pro
tpnetor of a local retsaurant, was
taken from his place of business last
,ught by seven masked men. tarred.
feathered and flogged and warned to
leave town within twenty-four hours,
He was accused of having insulted, a
lady. Sofee says he will leave town.
Stt Augustine, Nov. 20. (By the
Associated Press). A distillery of
lOOO gallon capacity, said to be worth
$50001 was cantured -Vf ourteen 1 Mles
wkmtf :f w tariff
Boyce. Some 250 gallons of mooi
.vine and 88 barrels of com mash
were included in the capture.
Mexico City, Nov. 21. Spaniards
lead in Mexico City's 'foreign pop-
ulation with 12.053 as against the
French who are second with 2652,
Americans number 2382; Germans
1223 and 6.0 British It is estimated
that there are about 8000 Americans
now in Mexico as compared to 25,280
in 1910.
country. I am going to tell my coun
trymen to come here because there are
beautiful ladies to, look at
"During over fifty years I have
been mixed up with all of the worst
crises of France think of 'that. In
my own life, I have seen my country
invaded twice by Germans. I am the
only survivor of those who protested
at the assembly at Bordeaux against
the act of invasion. I do not want to
see invasion repeated.1
Confetti and ticker tape rained on
the "Tiger" as he moved up Broad
way. At city hall, which he said he
well remembered, he was received by
Acting Mayor Murray Hulbert, who
hailed him as the "most distinguished
citizen of the great sister republic,
Franca" i-
Georga W. Wickersham introduced
the "Tiger" as one of the greatest
J citizens in the world. M. Clemenceau,
responding to the welcome, said:
"We will disperse our army when it
can be shown that we are safe from
Clemenceau had scarcely set foot
1 on shore when a telegram from an
other famous world war figure was
handed him. The message was from
Woodrow Wilson, and read:
"Allow me to bid you welcome to
America, where you will find none but
The Tiger who had worked at Ver-
Isailles with Wilson for the League of
1 Nations, hastened to scribble the re-
1 "Deeply touched by your kind mes-
I sage. Please accept, my kindest re-
I gards and wishes. Am looking for
1 ward with great pleasure to seeing
I Burson Hose in white and brown
(silk, .former price $1.50. Dollar Days
I $1.00. little's Shoe Parlor. 20-2t

Owing to Brevity of Today's Session,
His Name Remains on Roll
-Until'Anotlier Day

Washington, Nov. 20. (Associated
Press) rf The resignation of Senator
Newberry, the central figure in'the
long and bitter Senate controversy,
becomes effective tomorrow. Vice
President Coolidge was unable at to
day's brief session to present Senator
Newberry's resignation and his name
remains temporarily on the rolls.
Sixty-Three. Dollars and Twenty-Six
- Cents for the Schools
The funds paid Superintendent
Shealy for schools Saturday amounted
to $63.26.
Sultan Has Maybe Lost His Throne
i But Saved His Skin
Malta, Nov.. 20. (By Associated
Press). The Britich dreadnaught
Malaya 'with Sultan Mohammed VI.
aboard arrived this morning.
Chicago, Nov 20. (By Associated
Press) A ; hundred thousand of
America's theater going public today
mourned the death of Frank Bacon,
"Lightnin' Bill," who won wide fame
in the play "Lightnin'," as prepara preparations
tions preparations were being made for a memorial
and funeral scheduled for Wednesday.
The actor died .Sunday .morning week
after retiring f com the role in which
he had appeared almost two thousand
Th- girls of the senior class are
going to play a practice game with
the rest of the high school to open the
basketball season, i The girls have
been practicing hard for this game
and for. the regular season that is
soon to open. Most of the girls in
the senior class are on the regular
team (or think they will be) so they
call themselves the Wildcats, but the
under classes are not the least bit
afraid of them and felt confident that
the Kittens will lick the old timers in
the game Tuesday night. The public
is invited, to attend this game and
took over the prospects for a state
championship team for the year. It
may cost you a few cents to look 'em
over Tuesday night but it. will be
more than worth the money.
. x
The chief fault of a representative
government is that it represents 'too
many conflicting ideas. Bridgeport
Star. t -. ,..- ,)
Yankee Marksmen
T American sharpshooters, who are
contests at Milan, Italy, outside their

1 Kpii '1.. ." -a. i frjf "i ri.

Wise Men of Europe at Lausanne In
Another Attempt to Settle
Affairs of the World

Lausanne, Nov. 20 (By Associated
Press). The Near East peace confer conference
ence conference formally opened this afternoon.
President Haab of Switzerland, as
presiding officer opening the session,
read a welcoming address to which
Lord Curzon, British 'foreign secre secretary,
tary, secretary, replied.
A Number of Others Are Trying To
Incur a Similar Sentence
Jacksonville, Nov. ,20. (By the
Associated Press). Louis P. Cannon,
convicted of killing Hazel Austin,
21-months-oId, in an automobile acci accident
dent accident last July and who pled guilty to
manslaughter in connection with the
death of Mitchell Weeks in the. same
accident, was sentenced to eleven
years in the penitentiary this morning
by Judge Peeler in criminal court.
The charge of -manslaughter in' con connection
nection connection with the death of Charles
Austin was nolle pressed. Cannon said
e was blinded by the headlight of
another car and unable to see his .vvv
tims, who were walking in tbe street.
Kolmar, Alsace, Nov. 20. Autono
my and neutrality for .Alsace-JLor-'
raine is the moving spirit behind pre
parations which are being' made f for
an international conference to be held
here this fall. It is expected that a
number of delegates will come from
America, especially Alsatians living
there. Friends, of, the movement-are
to be invited also from Switzerland,
England, Denmark," Italy,' Sweden;
Norway, Holland, Spain and. other
countries, -. 1
At a recent meeting in Kolmar or
persons interested in the project; : It
was unanimously decided that the
proposition for autonomy and neu
trality should be placed before the
League of Nations. The concensus
was, however,1 that support should
first be assured in such lands as the
United States and England, and in
countries which 'were neutral during
the world war. ;
Speakers at the assenibly, particu
large those coming from agricultural
districts, voiced opposition to the
French administration. They cau cautioned
tioned cautioned at : the same time against
"sighing for the Prussian spiked hel
- Ambassador Harvey has been talk
ing on the subject, "Have Women
Souls He didn't answer tbe ques
tion, which goes to show that as a
diplomat he is improving. Toledo
Blade. :
Compete in Italy
competing at the lntpraattnoal shooting

At Least a Hundred Thousand Dollars
Worth of Relief Should Be Sent
To Flood Sufferers Of Lake

Moore Haven, Nov. 21; One hun hundred
dred hundred thousand dollars is needed to
prevent actual want among the flood
victims of the Lake Okeechobee
tion, according to an appeal sent out
by a relief committee whose chair chairman
man chairman is Rev. T. M. Lee of this place.
This amount will put the section's in industry
dustry industry on its feet against, v according
to the appeal .which emphasizes that
it is not a call for charity but a "re "request
quest "request for neighborly accommodation.''
There exists a state of want among
those who always had comfortable
bank accounts, while those who de-
pended on their day's work for sub-
sistence are destitute, the commit committee's
tee's committee's appeal declares. Industry in tbe
section is at a standstill as a, result
of the conditions arising- from the
high waters. First tie crops were
damaged, then the two banks of
Moore Haven turned their affairs
over to the state comptroller, and as
a natural sequence, the. merchants
are now demanding cash for ''.their
wares. -X,
Tbe people firmly believe in their
country, the committee says, and are
convinced that they will get to their
feet again if tided over by neighborly
assistance, s
Subscriptions in the nature of
oans are sought. It need not be
charity unless its donor so desires,
the ; committee states. Any amount
from .five dollars np is acceptable, and
its donor should designate whether it
should be administered ifronl tbe com committee's
mittee's committee's "charity" or "loana fund.
"For the time we are down but not
out," tbe appeal continued.'
"Rev. T, M. Lee, pastor of the
Moore Haven Methodist church, is the
chairman- of the relief committee. All
remittances should- be made direct to
him, in currency by registered letter
if convenient, as we have no banks to
handle; checks. The relief cornnrittee
will pay out these funds on the order
of, the loan committee of the Moore
Haven Commercial Club, which com
mittee 'will make a careful investiga investigation
tion investigation in each case and make loans
only to those in actual need, taking
therefore the regular form of prom
issory notes. These -notes will' be
held by the loan committee for collec
tion. As the notes are paid the com
mittee will disburse the funds among
those who have furnished this "Near "Near-Home
Home "Near-Home Relief Loan." If collections are
made in full, your money re
turned dollar for dollar, with, interest.
If they are not paid in full you will
be out that much."
Pensacola, Nov. 20. (Associated
Press) 4 Former Governor Catts la
scheduled to go on trial here today in
United. States district court on the
charge of peonage Two indictments
are pending against Catts, each charg charging
ing charging he "unlawfully and feloniously
did bold in a condition of -peonage"
each of two alleged peons involved by
WUVAAU 1111 aOllUb UIO Ul 1V
perform labor, work to and from him
in payment of a debt claimed to be
due him." The venire of. forty-one
summoned for the trial includes four
negroes. The negroes cted in the
indictment have been in jail nearly a
year, held as material witneses, but
were released a few months ago by
order of the court.
. Pensacola, Nov, 20- Former Gov-
ernor Catts was arraigned in federal
court here under indictment charging
peonage and selection of the jury be begun.
gun. begun.
The ex-Kaiser says be was "brought
up with the Bible." The Bible, how however,
ever, however, appears to have survived the ex experience
perience experience without visible injury.
Nashville Southern Lumberman.
The Irish Sea is nowhere more than
710 feet deep, says a. contemporary.
"We don't mind that so much," writes
a correspondent, "but couldnt it be
widened J Passing Show (London),
A war debt-is annoying, but in
these troubled times it is comforting
ti bave at least one thing that is per permanent
manent permanent and uricbanging. Associated
Editors, (Chicago).

Water in the EverrladeB Recedes

- Three-Fourths of An Inch
,; Per Diem

Miami, Nov. 20. The water level in

the lower Everglades is dropping at
the rate of three-quarters of an inf
a day, according to the gauge at Hia Hia-leah,
leah, Hia-leah, five miles up the Miami canal.
Tbe total fall from the highest point
has been eight inches.
- t '.
New York, Vov. 20w (Associated
Press) w Jeff Sharum was arraigned -today
in the Tombs court ou the
charge of being a fugitive from jus
tice in Ocala, Fla where he was in indicted
dicted indicted on the charge of obtaining
money under false pretense in stock
deals. Sharum was ordered taken be
fore the state supreme court to ar-
range bail on extradition, pending ar
raignment in federal court tomorrow
on the charge of using the mails to
defraud. 4 .': V." T :
John Henry Whitley Was Reelected
Speaker of the 'House
London, Nov. 20. (By Associated
Press) .Parliament in which Ireland,
with the exception of part of Ulster,
is represented, and in which ; the
labor party appears the chief conten
der for recognition as the opposition
party, opened this afternoon. After
re-electing John Henry Whitley
as 'speaker the house adjourned to re
ceive the long's formal assent to its
fhoice of a speaker. J
Burbank, NorTl6Mrs. V. H. Tur Turner
ner Turner entertained a few friends Friday
evening in honor of her guest, Mrs.
E. Pearl Thomas, of Collingswood, N.'
J. Several musical selections ren rendered
dered rendered by Mr. Raymond Turner were
greatly enjoyed. At the close of tbe
evening light refreshments were
served. $
Saturday seemed to be Cicala day.
Among those visiting the county seat
were Mr. and Mrs. George vTaylor, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard -Bo wen, Mr. .' and
Mrs. E. M. Miller and granddaugh granddaughter,
ter, granddaughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. L.
Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sliger
and son, (Harold, Mr. H. E. Abbott,
Mrs. Virginia Thorpe, Mrs. V. H.
Turner, Mr. W. C. Bogue,' Mrs. E.
Pearl Thomas and Mr. Raymond Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, j ". ., v-
An enjoyable week-end event was
a dance Saturday evening given by
Mrs. V. H. Turner and Mrs. H. L
Turner in honor of Mrs, E. Pearl
Thomas of Collingswood, N. J. Tbe
dancing was enjoyed until a late hour,
when hot chocolate and cake were
served by the 'hostess.
Mrs. J. W. Holman and daughter,
Louise, and, Miss Ola Waterman, of
Anthony, spent from Friday until
Sunday with the former's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Priest.
Mr. Hugh MacManus spent the
week-end atliis home here. t
Miss May Pasteur of Oak was out
Sunday to visit her parents.
Rev. A. M. Mann ofCitra fiHednis
regular appointment at tbe Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church Sunday and preached aa
interesting and helpful sermon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L Turner enter entertained
tained entertained a few friends at dinner Mon Monday
day Monday evening in honor of Mrs. E. Pearl
Thomas. After dinner several games
of five hundred were enjoyed by tbe
guests. 'f.
Messrs. H. E. Abbott and H. P.
MacManus left Monday morning for
North Ocala, where they have the
contract to erect a dwelling and barn.
Mr. and Mrs. IL L Turner, Mrs. V.
H. Turner and Mrs. E. Pearl .Thomas
motored to Ocala Tuesday, stopping
a while at Silver Springs. After do doing
ing doing some shopping and seeing some
of Ocala's residential section, Mrs.
J Thomas left on the afternoon train
jfor her home in Collingswood, J.
j Mra. M. G. Bogue and little daugn-
Iter of Palatka, are visitin her "par-'
mfi f-w m-vA t--m TIT r TuaA
Mrsl Fred Rkhter returned' Wedi
nesday from Ocala, where "she has
been for several weeks. -.




Ocala Evening Star
Fakllaaed Every Day Eseept Saaday y

H. J. Blttlaser, President
, ,H. D, Lcarcas-aod, Vl-Prei4at
V. LeaveHa-ood, Seeretary-Treaawer
J. H. Beajaata, Edlfr
. Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
second-class matter.


Offle ....Flye-Oae

Editorial Devartateat Twa-Serea

Saetety Reporter Flve-Oao

Th, Aaanrfatrd Press la exclusively

"entitled for the use (or republication of

all news dispatches credited to it or not
otherwise credited In this paper and
also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special

dispatches herein are aiso reserves.

One year, -In, advance $6.00
Three months, in advance 3.00
Three months,- in advance 1.50
One month, in advance 60

tution, instead of voting on them by
legislatures, but we think the vote3

should continue to be by states. There
is considerable virtue in state rights
yet, and New York doesn't always
vote as wisely as Nevada. We tave
heard some folks denounce the amend

ment which enables the people to
elect their United States senators by
direct vote, but such people are either
old and incorrigible or too young to
remember the disgraceful squabbles
that took place every time the elec election
tion election of a senator came before the
legislature. It has been proved in
our own state that a rich man could
buy a whole legislature, but there
never has been one rich enough to buy
the people of Florida.,

Dr. Burger of the Florida Experi Experiment
ment Experiment Station says: "Prune out the

mistletoe which is nothing less than

a thief." Great Scott, does Dr. Bur

ger; want to take all thejoy out of

life? Didn't he ever kiss a pretty

dvertisig rates girl under the mistletoe 7 JBurger

Dlaalays Plate 15 cents per inch for Lust he older than Old Thorn or Ben

. I 1 4 1 n r a tn,A,. I

tions 25 per cent additional. Composi- j jamin of the Ocala Star. Even those




cratic campaign committee. That
settles it. If he ever passes the hat

this way, we shall put nothing in it
but a brick.

We read much in the press about

America saving Europe and feeding
the world. But can you recall a sin

gle instance in which the rest of the

world came to the aid of America?
Sanford Herald.

America has only needed aid oncer

then she received it from France.

Foolhardy chap who conducts a
"colyum" in the Siami Herald, speaks
of home as "a place where you dare
not send the food back if it ain't
properly cooked." Tampa Times. --
At airy -.rate he could have "his
goose cooked properly.

A "shut up" campaign is to be
staged in New York. Not such a bad
idea.," Most any town would profit
if its knockers could be muzzled.
Florida Chief.
Don't know about that. A knocker
hits the right spot some times.

A young man who was known In j
his circle to be very effeminate,
walked through the lobby of a hotel
one afternoon. The" lobby was filled
with his "friends" and this was over- 1
heard: I
First "Friend" I never In the world
would have thought Freddy would
smoke a cigarette.
Second Ditto He wouldn't until the :
ladles started it. Kansas City Star.

"Josh!" 6aid Farmer CorntosseL
"did you learn f anything about evolu evolution
tion evolution while you was to college?"
"No, father," replied the young
Tm glad to hear It. The Idea" that
some men I know is descended from
one kind of finical or 'nuther ain't
no compliment to either side of the
transaction." Washington Star.


For Wednesday and Thursday, November 22 end 23.
6 yards Fast Color Ginghams $1.00

5 yards Fast Color Percales
8 yards 36 in. Unbleached Muslin
7 yards Bed Ticking
5 yards Heavy Romper Cloth

tlon charges ion ads that .run less ithan Id grouches wouldn't advocate
lx times 10 cents per inch. Special
position 25 per cent additional. Rates stroying mistletoe. What the

four inches will take a higher rate, ter with Dr. Burger, anyhow?
which; will be-furnished upon applica- ter Haven Chief.

" Readies: Not lees s Five cents per line Mistletoe hasn't helped us much.
for; first insertion; three cents per line "tye wouldn't eive one dark corner for
ttsr each subsequent insertion. One e woman i give one aarK corner ior
change a week allowed on readers with- all the mistletoe in Florida.
t extra composition charges.
. Legal advertisements at legal rates.
- Tersely does the Plant City. Cour Cour-The
The Cour-The only thing to be said in favor jer up the reapportionment pro proof
of proof the ship subsidy is that Lafollette gram. Claiming the reapportionment
is, opposed to it. amendment defeated by several hun-
" dred votes, it suggests: "Now Gov-
County road engineer of Lake county ernor Hardee can stand pat and cora corals
ls corals named Heller. It takes that kind mand reapportionment according to
of 'a man to engineer some counties'. the constitution." Miami Metropolis.
. t Hardee will not be governor in
As long as the Turks have sultans 1927. A governor can't command a
and caliphs,, pashas, beys and other legislature,-anyhow.-If he could, dem dem-specimens
specimens dem-specimens of a "nobility," they cannot ocratic government would cease,
have a republic. : -,.
TVii c,,! ,,M,to for rov. We are much humiliated. Phil Arm-

ernor of Florida in the next election ftronS ?fth? ?-U' not, being able



will probably be the one who doesn't

promise to cut down the taxes.

last week to find; among our editorials

anything worth putting into his Sun Sunday
day Sunday column of "Something Doing in

A Hiatal, fr rwt.,itfinr.l Florida ," went out among the adver

says that Crown Prince Abdul Mejid T" an? culled a clipping from
....!. nf Rita MnWmpH Ford 3 Weekly, which he garnished

vr fcol Vkpon ot.0A nUrj, boootA. with aPfc comment and set in the place

ing to an announcement from Angora.

of honor. Seems like Phil should

know we can't write as well as the

... When does the statute of limita- embers of Uncle Henry. staff.

tions operate in that Hall-Mills mur

der case? Miami Herald. Tampa Tribune insinuates that lit-

The state has plenty of time yet jtle editors, also, like-their liquor. We

nineteen years and several months. are not so little by twenty-five

pounds as we would like to be, but if

There are things worse than, being that stab was aimed at us, we rise to

"in the arms of Morpheus." Clear- remark that, while we believe m and

water Sun. work for prohibition for everybody

How many different kinds of arms else, that if any friend, ,in the kind

have you tried ness of his heart,. offers us a drink,

we are not 'going to hurt his feelings

Married at DeLand: Ivory Hall and by refusing it.

Pearl Hodges. (Here's an ivory and

pearl wedding). Phil Armstrong in Florida, does need advertising; but

Times-Union. each part of Florida must advertise

Here's hoping the ivory part of Mr. its own advantages to get the best

Hall isn't solid. results. TamDa Tribune

Correct. Any system, no matter

From the reports floating around, how elaborate, of state-wide advertis

in some parts of the Everglades there ing will result in confusion, ill feel feel-are
are feel-are people who need help almost as ing and probably graft. If the people

badly as the Greeks and Armenians, pf any county or town want to ad

The newspapers down that way tertise their erood looks and resources.

should investigate and report on the let them do it on their own

matter at once

Europe is more nearly on the verge

We' are glad Clemenceau has corne l of military conflict than at any per-

tc America. Mistakes he doubtless j lod immediately preceding the world

has made, but he is none the less the war, according to conclusions of mem

indomitable old hero who. held aloft bers of the international trade com

the sword of right and justice when J mission of the Southern Commercial

other men less brave would have Congress, who will report to the an

lowered its point. nual convention of the organization to

open in Chicago today and last until

The Leesburg Commercial seems to j Wednesday.

believe we should have a popular vote

on proniDition. it migni De a very "Shekels for schools" is the way
good thing to haye a popular vote on some of the newspapers tell of the di-

all amendments to the feeral consti- vision of state money for education;

but the amount involved is but a trifle

Complexion All Right.
Sam De doc says Ah oughter take
some medicine to purify de blood.
Druggist Here's an excellent
preparation guaranteed to purify the
blood and clear the complexion; one
Sam Hain't you got sumfln' fo
about 50 cents jes' fo de blood? Ah
don't care 'bout de complexion.


if 1

I compared with that expended in the
majority of counties. Times-Union.

Well, what was a shekel but a

trifle. It amounted to sixty cents and
if shekels were in circulation now one
wouldn't buy you half enough to eat
at an ordinary luijch counter.

A motor cop, at Gainesville Friday

night, shot four times at the auto of
Elmer McCreary, editor of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville News, hitting it once. Mac evi evidently
dently evidently thought he was back on the

I western front, for he drove calmly
along, paving no attention to the

shooting. Arriving at the fair
grounds, however, and finding that his
pet flivver had been wounded, he had

the officer arrested.

The Cut-Out j Test thinks that Noise
means Power and he likes to Go Roar Roar-Injt
Injt Roar-Injt down the Quiet Streets after Mid Midnight
night Midnight with the or Cut-Out wide open.
He- is also Fond of Racing the Engine
early Sunday Morning, tuning up the
Old r.oat while Everybody Else Is
Trying to Sleep.

A few enthusiastic friends are

naming Jim Reed for the presidency,

but we haven't noticed Woodrow Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's name as among those present.
Tampa Times.

Quite a lot of other democrats are

also among those missing.

Eastlake, Nov. 18. Mr. H.
Douglas of Shady Is visiting

daughter, Mrs. James Knoblock.
Miss' Eleanor Pedrick of Swamp Swamp-scott,
scott, Swamp-scott, Mass., who is an annual visitor
at Eastlake, has taken rooms at the
McKay house, corner of the Dixie
Highway and New York avenue, for
the winter.
' Mrs. Mary Sexton of Stafford,
Conn., and her niece, Mrs. E. W.
Ashey of Springfield, Mass., are keep keeping
ing keeping house for Mr, P. H. M. Brooks of
Stafford Springs, Conn., and Mr. Fred
Upson of New Haven, Conn., who ar arrived
rived arrived recently, and have rented Mr.
DeLane's bungalow.
Mr. Howard V. Lee will go to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Monday tomeet Mrs. Lee,

and their small son, Robert Finlay
Lee, who sailed from New York Sat

urday on the Lenape.
Miss Irene Denham, who is visiting
friends in Ocala, expects .to leave the
first of the month ta spend the winter
with her brother in Fort Myers.
The. many friends of Dr. and Mrs.
C. A. Lussier of Worcester, Mass.,
were greatly shocked and saddened to
hear of the tragic accident which re

sulted in the death of Mrs. Lussier.

The doctor, and his wife and their lit little
tle little grandson, John, were driving

through1 Newark, N. J., en route to
heir winter home at Eastlake, when
their car : was struck by a trolley car
and completely demolished. All three

were badly injured and taken to a
hospital in Newark where Mrs. Las-

sier died a few days later. Dr. Lus

sier and the little boy were able to

leave the hospital and accompany the

body of Mrs. Lussier to Worcester for

the funeral and burial. Mrs. Lussier

was a charming and noble woman
and dearly beloved by her Eastlake
friends, who deeply deplore the sad

Mr. Edward Francis Carpenter of

Worcester, Mass., accompanied by his

housekeeper, Miss M. McCauley 'of

Goffs' Falls, N. H, have arrived in
Eastlake and opened the Carpenter

home on the Dixie Highway.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tamblyn of
Tamblyn Inn., expect six of their
Pennsylvania friends next week, four
of whom will occupy Mrs. Reed's cot cottage
tage cottage on the Dixie Highway and the
otheres will spend the winter at the
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Lee are

spending the week-end in Orlando

with Dr. and Mrs. James E. Klock.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mason of
East Orland, Maine, and Mrs. Mason's
cousin, Mrs. Welch came a few days

ago and have opened their new bun

galow on New York avenue, where

they expect to spend the winter.

Mrs. Arthur Creviston and little
son, David of Atlanta, with several
friends are expected today, and will

occupy the Goodwin house at Wood

mar. Mrs. Creviston is the possessor
of a beautiful contralto voice, and

has for several years been a leading

soloist in the Trinity Methodist

church of Atlanta. She is a great

acquisition to Eastlake society.

The social season at the clubhouse

will soon open, and the residents are

looking forward to the usual delight delightful
ful delightful functions which are always held
in this attractive little "community
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McCuen and Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Methven of Atlanta,
are expected here early in December
and will occupy their charming home,
"Maczume," at Woodmar. The social
life of the place begins when "The
Maczumes" arrive, and they are
among the most popular residents of
our little community.

Because we offered to contribute a
dollar to Thorn's railroad fare, Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka to Tampa to the press breakfast
and return, the old ingrate accuses us
of embezzling part of the funds we
have been collecting for the demo-

The statistics showing that mar married
ried married men live longest were assembled
before wives began to price revolvers.
Washington Post.

A platitude is just an epigram you
have heard before. Atlanta Constitution.

' l understand your husband gives
you plenty of money." k
"No. What I said was, my hus husband
band husband thinks ho gives mm plenty."

Air Is Free.
When profiteering; Is the rare
And prices will not (ail.
The sreatest boon for every' axe.
Fresh air is free to aU.

The Prodigal Son-ln-Law.
Til let you marry my daughter, but
I don't intend to support you."
"Now don't act as if yon were In Insulted.
sulted. Insulted. I know human nature and
speak from experience. Many a young
chap has left his father-in-law's home
in high dudgeon and returned in a
taxicab the old man had to pay for."

Men's Dress Shirts
$2.00 Ladies Feltlike Hats
72x90. Sheets
Children's Dresses
Children's White Keds Shoes

FREE Black SUk Thread or Needles FREE

1.00 V


1.00 ;


: If while on the way to the 1 Fair, or
at the grounds, you should need a

Tire, Tube or Service

OcIa Tire & Vulba



You Know How It la.
"Is that bluish tinge over there on
the horizon a mountain range?" asked
a stranger In a Texas town.
"Naw," replied the old native, dis disgustedly.
gustedly. disgustedly. "There ain't even a hni
within six hundred miles of here. The
new golf course lays about Just where
you're polntln', though."

Blue bowls, golden yellow bowls.

pottery bowls for narcissus bulbs at

Gerig. 14-6t

Bad for Patronage.
"How many movie theaters in Chlg Chlg-gersviller
gersviller Chlg-gersviller "Three," said Squire WItherbee.
"I suppose they are always crowd crowded?"
ed?" crowded?" "Not always. Sometimes the Ladles
Uplift society recommends a film and
business falls off considerably."

Front-page Celebrities.
"Son, there are no short cuts to
"But, dad, people do things in a few
minutes and get their names in all.
the newspapers."
"Yes, son, and some of them, find
prison fare so unappetizing they have
to send out for their meals."

Jocko Were you going with the
cannon balls?
Dr. Monk Cannon balls nothing!
I'm taking pills to a sick elephant.
A lucky man
Is Old Man Ban
He has a space
TO park bis car.

James, Are You Slipping?

She James, dear; can you see the

He Yes, dear!
She Oh, James! Then you dent
love me any more!

He Don't you know that love is


The New York Idea.

Departing Passenger This Is a heck

of a service.

Conductor What's the matter?

Couldn't you. get a seat?

D. P. Sure, I got a seat But my

wife had to stand up all the way.

One invariable result of war is
that the rich get the shekels and the
poor get the shackles. Columbia Record.

A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant

Food will perform wonders with your
pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court
Pharmacy. tf ?

Saturday Dec. 9th, is the date for

the supper and bazar to be given by

the ladies of the Presbyterian church.
Keep the date open and come, 17-3t

Crystal White Wax Bermuda onion

plants, 20 cents per hundred, 75 cents

for 500 and $1.25 per 1000. Bitting

& Company. 13-6t

C. V. Roberts & Co.
Motor Eqalpmemt


Office Phone 350,- Ocala, fla.
Residence-Phone SOS
217 W. Broadway


.We buy second-hand fumi'.ore, Ap
ply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex Ex-position
position Ex-position street. IQ-tf






A three-year-old infant in New
York City can speak five languages.
By the time he grows up, he may. be
able to get around his home town
without an interpreter. Life.


Rtowiite 22 mi II








kingdom of God and ala

nnanaes; and all these things
be added unto you. Matt, 6:



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.


Five-acre orange grove in
best orange section around
Lake Weir. Produces 500 boxes
of fruit per year and part of
trees just coming into bearing.
Price, cash $3500
30-acre farm with splendid
residence, pecan orchard and
orange grove which produced a
$1000 crop this year.
Price .. ......$6000
Five-room bungalow, modern
in every particular, on paved
street; lot 105 x 210: Terms.
Price .. .. $2500
Six-room house. Price.. $1100
Six-room house. Price. .; $1300
Six-room house. Price $1600
These are bargains. I have

Needham Motor Co
... .,
We specialize in

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

Income Tax Consultant
PJione 481 Bine
Room 23, Holder Block


If you have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.


(Evening Star Nov. 20, 1902)
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moor-

head this morning a fine son. Air.

j Moorhead, who is at Hernando, was


The city council wfll receive bids on
November 21st, 1922, 7:30 o'clock p.
m. for the lease or rental of the city
market building, now occupied by the

They're agog with excitement
And nerves are on end, they
Can scarcely sleep, eat or
Tend to bizz. These fellera
Give their wives and their
Children and sweethearts a
Lot of worry. They are hunting
For puttees, and sweaters and
Belts, they are searching for
Bags and boxes of shells and
Cleaning out guns and fixing'

Up feed, they are wild eyed,
Abstracted, they talk in their
Sleep, they are anxious to
Hit the long, long trail to
The fastnesses of the woods.
Good-bye, hunters all, we wish
You luck. Well be nervous
About you till you're back.
Orlando Sentinel's Town Slouch.

"Ss'sood fortune by his family .'""P"-

The current issue of the Tourist
News, the weekly magazine published
at St. Petersburg, carries on its cover
a view of the Ocala Country Club and
golf links.
There has been 'a marked pick-up
in the number of motor tourists trav traveling
eling traveling south. Sunday the Dixie High

way was alive with cars from as far
east as Maine and as far west as

Mayor L. T. Hickson of Mcintosh,
who was in the city Surday night,
says that the work on the Dixie
Highway from the county line south
is progressing and is being well done.
Two high hills in Mcintosh are be

ing graded, as is another further
north, and the mayor believes it will

be one of the finest roads in the coun country
try country when complete.

Oklawaha avenue is finished, swept

and garnished, but by no means

empty, as everybody who has a car

takes pleasure in driving on it. Peo

ple who have been around the country
a great deal say it is one of the finest
streets they ever saw. Wenona, East

if th street and Lake Weir avenue

to the city limits are also paved-and

in fine order, and as soon as North
Magnolia is finished, the Dixie High Highway,
way, Highway, thru Ocala, over two miles, will

be complete.

There is ho truth in the story that

Judge Futch wrote so many hunting

icenses Saturday that he automati

cally filled out one for a man who

wanted a marriage license.

Talking about good roads, Marion

must build a good road from Ocaja to

Williston, or we are going to lose 1 0cala tojay

about one-fifth of our county. The

legislature would give the people over

that way permission to make a new

county on account of bad roads alone.

doctor, Dr. Walter Hood.
Mr. T. T. Munroe and Mr. George
Close are constructing a private tele telephone
phone telephone line from Mr. Close's home to
Mr. Munroe's, thence to the nearest
point, Mr. J. M. Meffert's, and then
they will connect with the Ocala tele telephone
phone telephone exchange.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine of Oak Oak-lawn,
lawn, Oak-lawn, who attended the Confereate

reunion at Tampa, returned to Ocala

this morning. Mr. Irvine estimates
there were fully 700 veterans in the

parade Monday morning, but many

did not participate, not feeling equal

to the long march.

The Star acknowledges a pleasant

call today from D. N. Waldron and
son, Henry of Lake Kerr. Mr. Wal

dron and son are among the thrifty
farmers of that section and the Star
is their favorite county paper.
Miss Isabelle Clyatt, a charming
young lady of Chiefiand, is in the city
visiting her cousins, Messrs. Will and
Vernon Clyatt.
Ocala Ten Years Ago

(Evening Star Nov. 20, 1912)

Mrs. Dudie Miller, widow of thej
late Daniel A. Miller, died at 9:30
o'clock this morning at her home in
this city in the sixty-first year of her
age. Mrs. Miller was enjoying very
good health for her as she has not
been very strong for a number of
years. She was out in the yard walk walking
ing walking about when stricken with heart
failure. She died instantly.
Little B, H. Sanders Jr., the five-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H.
Sanders died at. 10:45 at the home of
his parents on Orange avenue. He

was the youngest son and the pet of
the family and they are heart broken
over their loss. The funeral services
will take place tomorrow afternoon
from the residence. Dr. W. H. Dodge
will officiate and interment will be
made in Greenwood. E. C. Smith has
charge of the arrangements.
Yesterday afternoon from three to

five Mrs. EL. Carney gave a recep

tion at her pleasant home on Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha avenue, honoring Mrs. Park

Trammell, wife of the governor-elect
of Florida, and Mrs. Leon Fishel, one
of Ocala's charming young brides.

Judge, Bell issued a marriage li

cense this morning to Mr. H. F.

Priester and Miss Bessie Anderson.
The judge has also issued a license
to Mr. Geo. H. Dorr and Miss Ruth

Gaiter section. j5f

Mr. Montholon Atkinson, the phil-104?

osopher and farmer of Oldtown, was

Mr. Atkinson was 1 &

cy given February 20th, 1923.

H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk-

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


w w I

Large Fire Proof Building


Cars Washed and Polished
Florida Aulo Supply Company
314-320 N. MAIN STREET

IF the tall man

LiSL with a big scythe-

and a long beard happens to tap
on your window pane some night
within the next few weeks, will you
sit up in bed and say to him:
"I want to think this over.
Moreover, Pre got a life insur insurance
ance insurance deal on that I want to put
through. You go away until I
make up my mind.
But he will not go away. Now you
think that over.
of the
UOBroadw? New Yotk Cftjr


Ocala, Florida

243 and 174,

Albert's Plant Food is the thins for

making: your flower garden and pot
plants bloom. It is odorless and is

sold in 25c. and 10c packages and 2
sacks. A the Court raarmaey. tf

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

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

Narcissus bulbs in gift boxes at
Gerig. U-t




mighty well pleased with the election J fjjft

of Wilson.

Mrs.' C. L. Bittinger and daughter
arrived home yesterday from their

three months' absence in the New

England states. For the past three

Our state senator, Mr. N. J. Wicker

of Coleman, was in Ocala Saturday, weeks they have been visiting with

relatives and friends in Maryland
and Virginia and sailed a few days

ago from Baltimore.

meeting his numerous friends. Mr.

Wicker says, when he goes to Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee next April, he is going to
work for another reapportionment
amendment, but he has doubts of suc success.
cess. success. The reapportionment bill offer offered
ed offered by the entire legislature having
been rejected, legislators from North
and West Florida may conclude their
best policy is to sit tight.

The more our customers see of our
methods of handling fresh meats, the
better we like it. Come to see us.

Main Street Market. Phone 103. tf

in sen


Arrival and departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished as information and not guar guar-Jiteed.
Jiteed. guar-Jiteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 un
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
(p) Monday, Wednesday, i Friday,
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Leave for Station Arrive from

2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am

1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm


1:55 am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am

1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
3:00 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm



Careful estimates made on all eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than soy other

ontractor in tee coy

Let us supply your groceries. Reas

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

Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Blackburn re

turned Saturday afternoon from Day

tona Beach, accompanied by Mrs. C.

F. Flippen and little son of Fort Lau

derdale, who will spend Thanksgiving

in Ocala.

Machine hemstitching; artistic

handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.

Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala.

Phone 409. 15-tf

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

Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Leaven good

and and Mrs. P. V. Leavengood went
to Jacksonville yesterday in their car,

to attend the State Fair and the

Shriners' convention. They expect to

return home Wednesday.

Enjoy the luxury of wonderful days

and nights at sea and use the Merch

ants & Miners steamers from Jack

sonville for the north. Considerable
reduction in summer excursion rates.

Jacksonville to Montreal, Quebec,
$81.60 vio Baltimore or Philadelphia.

Liberal stop-over privileges. It

Call 471-BIue for the best red oak

and pine strand good. Four-foot

good $3.50. E. Gibbons, North Os

ceola street. 16-


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

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. E. G. Lindner and children re

turned home yesterday from a visit

with relatives in Gulfport, Miss.

Miss Annie Benton Fuller went to

Jacksonville Saturday to spend the
week-end, the guest of Miss Rosebud


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

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

Mrs. Phil Kobinson and little son
of Inverness are the. guests of Mrs.

Clarence Camp while on a short stay

in Ocala.

The Fhilathea class will nave a I

meeting at the church Tuesday eve evening,
ning, evening, Nov, 21, at 7:45. All members

are urged to be present.

We buy second-hand furniture. Ap

ply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex

position street. 10-tf

36-inch Polka Dot Sateen, 48c. l Aft
value, three yards for. V X W
36-inch Mercerized Poplin, 75c 01 Aft
value, two yards for aJJXaVy
36-inch Wool Serge, 75c value, !1 fA
two yards for V v v
36-inch Yellow Domestic, ten J1 AA
yardsfor.... Ol.UU
36-inch French Gingham, 50c C 1 ft ft
value, three yards for. ;JF X W
Six pairs of Men's Soxs, 25c QQ
Men's two-piece Under Suit, $1 AA
regular $1.60 value, for. ... V X V M
Men's Knitted Ties, regular 50c. l Afl
value, three for JJ X W
One dozen Linen Collars, men J" A A
and boys, all styles, for .Vwv
Boys' Slip Over Sweater, regu- 1 AA
lar $1.25 value, for VlvU

Ladaies' Shirt Waists, Voile and d f A A
Organdie, two for V X 3J
Ten yards Curtain Scrim 00
Bungalow Aprons, $1.50 -alue, 00
Ladies Long Sleeve Undervest, f AA
three for JXUU
Men's Bedroom Slippers, $L48 Cl AA
value, for V X .U V
Ladies' Fancy all colors Bed- J1 Afl
room Slippers for V X VI U
DOLLS! $240 values $1 00
Ladies'Silk Hosiery in colors, "1 A ft
50c value, three pairs for. V X W
Ladies' Silk Hosiery, 75c values, 1 ftA
two pairs for. .............

W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent storq
Ocala, Fla. tf

The weak and the strong enjoy eat- j

ing the best fresh meats obtainable.
That's tiie kind to be found at the

Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Thomas went to
Jacksonville Saturday, returning to

day through the country in their new

sport model Oakland car.

South Magnolia Street
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor




mTra under this htadlnsr are a
forowi: Maximum of six lines one time
Jkc; tbree times ouc; six nmes ioc. ua
month $3.00. All accounts payable la
dvaaee except' to those who bare res
alar advertising accounts.
FOE SALE! OR RENT Lar-re two two-story
story two-story concrete building on south
aide of South Fifth street, west.
Apply to Mrs. Zora D. Mclver, Ir Irvine,.
vine,. Irvine,. Fla. 20-10t
FOR SALE A No. 1 milk cow just
'fresh with heifer calf. Apply to
- C. L. Prince at Tucker Electrical
Shop. Phone 300..
LOST OR STOLEN One red hound
bitch puppy, 10 months old; named
Fannie; lean to slender built; has
mange scar on one side of ribs.
Reward. See Spain, at Pacetti's
store, R. R. and Pine St. 20-3t
FOR SALE One 1919 Buick Six
Touring car. Price $450. Terms
if desired. This car has just been
overhauled and painted, has new
top and. license for hire goes with
car. See L. E. Cordrey, 20. East
- Henry street or phone 434. 11-17-tf
PRINTING YouH probably want
some special printing for the. fair.
Call phone 51 and let us'get it out
for you before the rush begins. We
have 'splendid facilities for getting
out large type posters and placards.
Let us show you. Star Job Office.
FOR SALE Fresh milk cow fresh
last Saturday. She's worth the
money asloed. See her at 21 W. Ft
King Ave.
D. N. Mathews, phone
ll-20-6t I
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, light-
housekeeping arrangements if de
sired. 703 E. Pond St. 18-6t
FOR SALE Very fine cabbage and
onion plants: mail orders. Mrs. T.
M. McLean. Box 85. Phone 220. 6t
500 NEW ACCOUNTS I have just
received a shipment of ladies' silk
dresses (no two alike) in the very
latest styles and materials. I am
very anxious for you to look them
over. I am making a drive for 5Q0S
new accounts and jt would afford
me pleasure to add your name to
the list. If inconvenient to call
just phone 10 and my man will
bring you samples. B. GOLDMAN,
Ocala. Fla. 17-2t
" V
fLiACJAKUS The Star Job Office is
well eequipped for making up pla
cards for display purposes at the
fair, any size up to 14x22. Don't
wait till opening day to place your
T51 ci -tr? o
ROOMS Three rooms for rent, fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished, for light
housekeeping. Apply to J. C. Beat
right, 926 S. Lime St. 15-6t
WANTED Colored woman to sell
guaranteed hair softener and
straightener to colored epople. Ex Experience
perience Experience unnecessary; $50 a week
for fall time; $1.00 an hour spare
time. The Hair Style Co., 6037
' Woowlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 16-7t
FOR RENT A six-room house, cor
ner Tuscawilla and East Second St.
D. Niel Ferguson. 18-6t
FOR .SALE 1912 7-passenger Hud Hudson
son Hudson six; 1920 Maxwell touring;
1917 Ford touring; 1921 Ford tour touring;
ing; touring; 1918 Dodge touring; 1921 Ford
roadster; 1923 Ford touring. All
bargains. Apply to O'Neal & Holly
Motor Co.; S. Magnolia. 18-6t
FOR RENT-"-Twenty acres of high
hammock tomato land. Five dollars
an acre. Four miles from town on
hard road. Address Box 512, Ocala,
Fla. 16-3t
FOR RENT Furnished nouse with
all modern conveniences. Call C.
V. Roberts or phone 350 or 305. tf
Six Touring. Terms if desired. See
Blalock Bros. tf
FOR SALE Following used cars, all
real values at prices quoted. Liberal
terms if wanted, or trade: 1920
Buick six touring, fine condtion,
new tires, $595; 1920 Oakland tour touring,
ing, touring, $375; 1920 Auburn beauty six,
, like new, repainted and new top,
$650; McLeod & Waters. ll-14-6t
NURSERY STOCK Several hun hundred
dred hundred exceptionally fine Pineapple
orange trees on sour stock, for sale.
Marion County. Nurseries, Ocala,
Fla. ll-13-18t
furnished, $25 per month; two fur furnished,
nished, furnished, $20 each; four unfurnished,
$16.50 each; with water and lights.
, B. F. CONDON. ll-6t
WANTED Two or three roomers,
with or without board. Rates reas reasonable.
onable. reasonable. Phone 543. Mrs. Geo. F.
Young, 542 E. 8th street, opposite
Tigh school building. 16-6t
FOR RENT Part of my farm, 40 to
70 acres, as good trucking land as
there is m the county. Standing
rent or share crop. Stock and tools
furnished. Free of stumps. Call on
or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf


If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.
Mrs. W. T. Gary, state treasurer of j
the State Federation of Woman's I
Clubs, left this afternoon for Green J
Cove 'Springs, where the federation I
will meet Nov. 21-24th.
Orders for pies and cakes taken.
Lemon and applie pies a specialty.
Phone 135. 20-6t
Mr. Yonge Sage is taking a week's
vacation, and his place in the Western
Union office is being filled by Mr. T.
R. Roy, a competent young lightning
slinger from Kentucky.
Mrs. J. H. George of Coleman, Mrs.
Ed DeLong of Candler, H. B. Lee of
Eastlake, E. H. Hopkins of Fairfield,
A'. C. Cuthill of Martel and Mrs. C.
B. Morrison of Citra were business
visitors in town Saturday. I
One hundred pairs ladies' high top j
Keds in white and black. Dollar Days j
for $1.00. Little's Shoe Parlor. Foot
speciasists, examinations free. ZO-Zt
. i
Mrs. Leon Mason left Saturday aft
ernoon for Savannah, where she will
join Mr. Mason for a few weeks'
I i
Mr. Seabury Stanton
of New Bed Bed-Ocala
Ocala Bed-Ocala last
ford, Mass., arrived in

night to join Mrs. Stanton at theJ.vv. Dumas, Mrs. F. H. Logan, Mrs

home of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Davis.
They expect to return to their home!
in Massachusetts Wednesday.
Twenty pairs boys' oxfords, sizes I
3 to 6; former price $4 to $7; Dollar
Days $1.00. Little's Shoe Parlor. 2t
Mrs. Carson Lee arrived in Ocala
yesterday afternoon and will spend
the winter here with her daughter,
Mrs. Paul Simmons Mrs. Lee is one I
of Ocala 's most charming visitors and
her friends are always delighted when
she arrives.
The 1923 Red Cross roll call began
today in Ocala. Mrs. H. L. Borland
and Miss Ethel Horne, at the Court
Pharmacy, have been busy collecting
the dollars. If you haven't renewed
your membership, do so immediately.
t7nnv v: i- ii : i i i
-ia-ii ud y una weciv. uiere win uc I
it. u it ii I
take your names and your dollars.
Fifteen pairs ladies' pumps and l
low shoes, sizes 2 to 5; former
price $4 to $6, for Dollar Days, $1.00.
T;1 Cl, r 1 nn Oi I
Little's Shoe Parlor.
Our automobile associatiofi and the
ivjctriun ouniy vnamDer oi Lorn
; n i 1
merce owe a vote of thanks to Dr. J.
A. Hurlburt, postmaster at Lake
Kerr, for posting the road from Fort
Gates on the St. Johns river to Ocala
by way of Lake Kerr By his individ
ual effort the doctor has made and
'placed sixteen neatly painted and let
tered signboards plainly marking the
way across our county for a distance
of forty miles.
Mrs. L. W. Duval, president of the
Ocala Woman's Club, and Mrs. C. W.
Hunter a delegate to the state con convention,
vention, convention, will leave tomorrow for
i opnnf,' wn.ere l"ey
ci ...
auenu me state ieaerauon. Mrs. a
F. Condon, who is the other delegate
from the Ocala club, has been 'spend'
ing the past week in 'Washington, D.'
C, attending the meeting of the Gen
eral Grand Chapter, O. E. S., and will
join 'Mrs. Duval and Mrs. Hunter in
Green Cove Springs.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Cobb was the scene Saturday of a
jolly little party to celebrate the
eighth birthday of Arthur Jr., the
little son of Mr. and Mrs. Cobb. Dur
ing the early part of the afternoon
games of all kinds were enjoyed out
of doors. Mrs. Cobb and Fanita
Cobb, Frances and Maude Gary and
India Smith assisted in entertaining
me cnnaren. Alter a couple oi nours
of fun and good times at games, the
guests .were invited into the dining
room where refreshments were serv served.
ed. served. This room was prettily decorated,
pink and white being the colors used.
From the chandelier to the sides of
the table streamers of these colors
were suspended, and the lights were
shaded in pink. In the center of the
table was a big birthday cake with
eight pink candles, on the other side
of which were vases filled with pink
rosebuds. Favors in the form of pink
and white ramekins were at each
child's place and filled with home homemade
made homemade candy. Ice cream and cake were
served, after which the little guests
took their departure, wishing the
host lots of happy birthdays. There
were about thirty children present
and they certainly had a fine time and
the honoree of the occasion was the
recipient of many useful birthday
Fair dates Nov. 28th to Dec 1st.


Miss Dorothy Schreiber entertained
Saturday afternoon at the home of
her parents on Oklawaha avenue,
complimenting Miss Hilda Budd- of
Leesburg, who was the week-end
guest of Miss Schreiber. Miss Budd
has visited m Ocala a number of
times and this pleasant affair gave
her friends the opportunity of renew-
ling the acquaintance.
Mrs. Schreiber, Miss Schreiber and
Miss Budd received informally in tha
reception halL After all the guests
had arrived auction was enjoyed dur during
ing during the afternoon, the card tables be being
ing being placed in the musio room and liv living
ing living room. Yellow flowers, which are
so bright and cheerful and so abund abundant
ant abundant during the fall seasonV were used
in vases as tne norai decoration in
these rooms. After five rounds of
auction the scores were collected by
Miss Onie Chazal. Mrs. F. H. Logan
made high score. She was presented
with a pretty cut glass vase. The
honoree of the -afternoon was given a
hand embroidered card table cover.
Refreshments were served at the
conclusion of the games, consisting
of chickne salad, wafers, sandwiches
land coffee and during the afternoon
appetizing crystalized ginger was
... ....
placed on the tables. The afternoon
proved mots delightful, the following
ladies enjoying the hospitality of
Miss Schreiber: Miss Budd, Mrs. E.
J. Mills-Price, Mrs. Grider Perkins,
Mrs. C B. Ayer, Mrs. Edmund Mar
tin, Mrs. C. P. Chazal, Mrs. Paul
Simmons, Mrs. H. C. Nichols, Mrs
L R- Dewey, Mrs. Alison Wartmann,
Mrs. W. M. Palmer, Mrs. C. C. Ben
nett, Misses Onie Chazal, Mary
Dowell, Adele Bittinger, Nettie
Stella Camp, Mary Burford
Vesta Jarrett.
We wish to express our apprecia
ticn for the kindness extended to us
by our friends and neighbors during
the sickness and death of our mother
and also' for the beautiful floral of
ferings from friends and for those
sent by the following organizations:
The Daughters of the Confederacy,
Woman's Club and auxiliary and
Circle No. 2 of the Presbyterian
church. v
Mr and Mrs. Walter Preer.
; a. m i- i
iiss margaret xayior returneu
Lu01.0 aha aonAaA a ooti f
atat Vinntvl of ht Rncirmca anH Prn.
: i m -nn.M ti
L, mornuora nf a ctofo Wrv1 moro
LnfprflliT10i nf. f e,-
nole by the Jacksonville club, after
bw r! h nwin, ,fl,v
there very much. At the fair grounds
they were the guests of Miss Lilla
White for supper. This special meet meeting
ing meeting was called to make arrangements
for the meeting of the national board
ir. Jacksonville in February, at which
time a number of the national offi officers
cers officers will be present. 'Arrangements
have also been made to hold the state
convention about the same time, that
a number of the national officers,
might be present for the state meet
The teachers and pupils of the
trirla' irKfiisrinl sfVionl VinH a nlpnsnnfc
o r
entertainment Saturday evening. Dr.
R. T. Weaver, who is selling the Dev Dev-ry
ry Dev-ry motion picture machine, took one
of his machines and one of his best
pictures out to the school and gave an
enjoyable movie. The picture was
"Further Adventures of Tom Saw Sawyer,"
yer," Sawyer," adapted from one of Mark
Twain's best works. The entertain entertainment
ment entertainment was given in the new dining
hall, which makes the finest sort of a
room for any kind of feature, educa educational
tional educational or amusing. The machine
worked well, throwing a good, clear
picture on the screen. The girls and
their teachers enjoyed it thoroly. The
ubiquitous Henry Ford is now putting
out the Devrj machine, which was
used with exeat success in helDine- to
keep the soldiers amused during the
Tf t-i- nlmnc arvwherp
I vtujl A fc ITU1 w V mwmv Mass nara.wi
Dr.. Weaver has just returned from a
demonstration trip to Georgia, where
he took orders for a great many of
the machines.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kearfe of Bam
berg, S. C, whose wedding was a
large social event of last week, arriv
ed in Ocala this afternoon and for the
next few days will be guests of Mr.
and Mrs. T. H. Johnson. Mrs. Kearfe
wiI1 b.e Pleasantly remember in Ocala
as Miss Daisy Kizer, wno spent a
short time in Ocala last fall with
Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Harry Wal Walters.
ters. Walters. Mr. J. W. Sealey of Tallahassee
spent the week-end in Ocala with his
cousin, Mrs. Arthur Cobb.
Henry Ford may, of course, be elect elected
ed elected president; he wouldn't be the first
man a fliwer landed in trouble.
Asheville Times.


John Turner cannot be with us to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow on account of jury duty. We
will postpone the night meeting and
have the regular luncheon at one
o'clock p. m., Tuesday, Nov. 21st.
L. H.' Chazal, Secretary.
Saturday's meeting of the Wom
an s Club which was called to order
by the president, Mrs. L. W. Duval,
proved to be an unusually interesting
and instructive meeting. The meet
ing was opened by the song, "Amer "America
ica "America the Beautiful" and "The Woman's
Collect," followed by roll call to which
each member answered with a current
event or an item on art? which was
the general subject for the day.
An interesting program arranged
by the chairman of the art commit
tee was then enjoyed.
Miss Annie MacKay gave a piano
selection which was greatly enjoyed.
4 Wedge wood, the Queen of Pot
tery," was the subject of the inter
esting paper read by Mrs. Lester
Warner, and which was illustrated by
a number of specimens of f Wedge Wedge-wood
wood Wedge-wood ware.
Miss Musie Bullock, in a synopsis
of the opera, "Madame Butterfly,"
which is a favorite with all musie
lovers, gave a comprehensive story of
the opera and which was more fully
enjoyed as Mrs. H. M. Hampton gave
a number of vocal selections.
.Miss Mary S. Powers -of Belleview,
gave a talk on Sadro Botticelli, which
subject she illustrated with many
copies of her pictures which she had
obtained while traveling in Italy.
Mrs. B. G. Cole gave a reading,
"Mammy's Little Colored Man," which
was written by Mrs. Cole herself.
The interesting program was con
eluded by a musical number rendered
by a quartet composed of the follow following,
ing, following, Miss Annie MacKay, Miss Ruth
Collins, Claude Barnett and Dudley
Cole. The singers were accompanied
at the piano by Miss Mildred Bullock.
Th'e social hour which followed the
regular program was a pleasant end ending
ing ending for the afternoon. The following
ladies were hostesses of thr -afternoon:
Mrs. H. Harofd. Mrs. R. J.
Perkins, Mrs. Mack Taylor and Miss
Annie Davis.
Twenty pairs ladies' high top shoes,
sizes IVz to 5; former price $47 to $7;
for Dollar Days, $1.00. Little' Shoe
Parlor. 20-2t
Due to misinformation the Star
said Saturday that the Wildcats
played a nothing to nothing game in
St. Augustine with the deaf and dumb
school of that city." It later develops
that the Wildcats played 4gainst the
St. Augustine high school team and
they were far frdm being deaf and
dumb. The Wildcats had a hard trip
before the game, and only arrived
half an hour before the game so they
were not in the best of condition' to
play football. -'
Sparr, Nov. 15. After spending
pleasant week with her aunt, Mrs. J,
E. Thomas, Mrs. George Shelby and
little son have gone to Lakeland for
a few days' visit with relatives. Be
fore returning to her home in Jack
sonville, Mrs. bnelby win spend a
month or longer with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Sawyer," 3a
Mrs. Mary Neeley arrived from
Montgomery, Ala., last week and will
be the' guest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Carlton,
for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Redding of
Pedro spent the week-end with Mrs,
Bedding's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N,
Mrs. E. W. Luff man is able to be
out again after a two weeks' siege
dengue and malaria.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Denham of
Reddick, were the guests of Mr and
Mrs. Dave Hooker Sunday.
Mr. Roy Luff man arrived from
Maryland, week before last, to spend
the winter with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Luifman.
Mr .and Mrs. J. N. Simmons at
tended the Baptist association at An
thony last Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Young of An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, visited with Mrs. B. Young
and Mrs. E. W. Luff man Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Mrs. Bell Fast's friends at Sparr
were very glad to see her in town
The farmers in our section are all
trying to save hay, peanuts and po potatoes
tatoes potatoes while the sun shines.
, The 'ultimate consumer is the per person
son person who ultimately produces. Wash Washington
ington Washington Post.
In mixing politics and religion,
much depends on which, is poured in into
to into the other. Canton News.

Dodbb Brothers

Compare the prices in $he
classified Used Car ads with
ours. You will find that there
is little,' if -niiy, difference in
spite of the fact that our cars
are invariably overhauled,
while the others are usually
sold "as is."

Re mem ban A ned'ear im only mm good
mm the firm with which vyou deal.


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. f
And it would cost her only. arfew cents a day to make sure that
the food is protected.. V. ,; M
Ocala Ice & Packing Company

Anthony, Nov, 15. Mr. 'Daniel
Boon of Larkina spent Saturday and
Sunday with his cousin, Mr. R. H.
Messrs. N. K. and G. K. Higgin-
botham and Holmes Gates of Gaines
ville, spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Gates. They returned
home Sunday evening accompanied
by Mrs. N. K. Higginbotham and lit
tle daughter, who have been, visiting
Miss Lillie Milligan, who is teach
ing in Mcintosh, spent Saturday and
Sunday at home.
Mr. G. S. Sims spent Sunday in
Mr. Ralph Manning came up from
Lake Wales Sunday and returned
Mr. William Norris of Indiana, ar
rived Saturday and has taken his for
mer position here as night operator.
Mrs. W. N. Fielding returned
home Sunday from Gainesville. Her
son, Mr. James Fielding, accompanied
her home for one day's stay.
Miss, Alva Gates left Sunday for
Mr. Floyd Keeney and family of
Georgia arrived Monday for a visit
with Mr. vKeeneys parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. K. Keeney.
The many friends of Miss Annie
Forbes are glad to know she is able
to be at school again after suffering
from a severe sprained ankle for sev
eral weeks.
We are glad to report that Mr. D.
W. Shealy is able to be up after be
ing confined 'to nis room for some
Miss Virginia Young of Juliette
spent the week end with her sister,
Maybe you hear those little
squeaking noises in the running
of your car. If so, you'd bet better
ter better have us listen to them for,
you -they may be serious. We
are experts in repairing elec electrical
trical electrical troubles.
James Engeaser Engeaser-Phone
Phone Engeaser-Phone 258 Night Plume S3S
121 Xes Broadway


Miss Alma Ypung, who is one "of the
teachers in the school here.
Mr. R. H. Baskin left Wednesday
for Tampa.
m mi i a i
Aiicrc will De a meeim? ox tne
teachers of Marion county held at the
Anthony school building Saturday,
Nor. 18th. A cordial invitation is ex extended
tended extended to every one to come and bring
lunch as dinner will be served on the
Mr. Ed Priest and family moved
last week to their home east of An
thony. Mr and Mrs. C A. Brown
have taken possession of Mr, C. V,
QtiraiTi'a jiaHama ima.1 n.n.iLit L
Mr. Priest and family. ;
Leave Pa!a!ka-.-.S:O0 A. II.
Arrive Ocala ... .11:45 A. II.
leave Ocala .....2:00 P. 1L
Arrive Palalka..,.6:0,0 P. II.
Ocala leaving point, Ocala House.
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
' i :
Route via Anthony, Sparr
Citra, Orange, Springs, Kenwood
and Rodman.
C. P. PIIIANS, Prop.
; Ocala, Phone 527 .1
A Word
To the Wise!
There's a time for aU things.
It's now time to have your
ear 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-ridc
Motor Corrpany will do

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