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T OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1922
-j , FIRST. PRACTICE GAME SHOWED LOTS OF PEP The O. H. S. Wildcats held a prac tice game at Hunter Park yesterday afternoon between the first team and the scrubs. The game was a close one that ended with an 8 to 6 score! in favor of the first eleven. Quite a large number of interested fans were present at the game and were en thusiastic over the prospects for a winning eleven this year. Coach Blitch has rounded out a husky look ing bunch that plays the best football an O. H. S. team has demonstrated in a good many years. The boys have the wind and stamina to stand the gaff. In spite of many- hard scrimmages yesterday not a man was knocked out. Owing to the consummate boneheadedness of the timekeeper the first quarter lasted for over 20 minutes when it should have been only eight minutes. Even after that strenuous work the boys were not specially winded. The work of Daniels at quarter for the scrubs was a notable feature of their work while Brannan was always good for a gain through the regulars' line. Moses and Ferguson played the outstanding game for the regular team in the back field but it is to John Troxler that the laurels of the afternoon- belond. John played with his eyes open and his head up. Very few plays were executed that he did not mix in and when he mixed something had to happen. The forward pass was worked sev eral times with good gains by the scrubs. Both teams handled the ball well and very few fumbles marred the afternoon's work. Ocala should have reason to be proud of her team this year and at the end of the season should be able to look back over a string of victories. B. Y. P. U. NOTES The officers and several members of the B. Y. P. U. met last night to make plans for the improvement of the union. The meeting next Sunday night bids fair to be the best and most interesting one for some time. All nfembers and visitors attending this meeting are requested, commanded and urged to bring with them a Bible erse beginning with "Be." This is to be a bee-hive meeting. In addition to these verses there will be telegrams of interest for each member and other interesting features. Another topic that came up for discussion was a Hallowe'en party for the union and all members are advised right now that there will be a party and it is going to be humdinger. If you make any other date for the night of October 31st you are going to miss the best bet for the best time. Specials for Three lays! Saturday, Monday, Tuesday Cabbage, per pound .... Sweet Potatoes, per pound Irish Potatoes, a peck 4 C 3'2C 60c $1.20 $1.15 32c 15c 24c 24c i White Ring Flour, 24-lb sack Lighthouse Flour, 24-lb sack Kingan's Bacon, per pound Two packages of Macaroni for. . . No. 2 Tomatoes, two cans for. . . No. 1 Tomatoes, three cans for. Three packages r.nm Vlnkps for THIS IS CASH ON DELIVERY GOODS CRESCENT GROCERY COMPANY Always a Saving Never an Expense Ice is the one home necessity that always pays for itself many times over. Now that the fall and winter months are coming around, keep that in mind for your own household good. Y'ou will save on food bills and protect your family's health by keeping food in the proper way in a well iced refrigerator. No other method properly protects the purity of food, so ice is a mighty low prem ium to pay for such excellent health insurance. OCALA ICE & PACKING CO., Ocala, Fla. S3 nn i AAian i i i i i i i PUT AWAY IKUUtSLfc ILUB S Dance and Entertainment ;J: at the Woman's Club B FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th h 8 R-Sfi P M. $1.00 PER COUPLE WILL OPEN LIME ROCK PIT NORTH OF BELLEVIEW The Ocala Lime Rock Company, which is oDeratine three pits near Ocala and which has been supplying a quantity of the material for the Dixie i Highway in this county and shipping the rock to Lake Weir by train, is opening up another pit on the Belle view road about seven miles- from Ocala. Work will begin on this pit next week, which will have an output of about 400 tons a day. The material from the new pit will be used on that portion of the Dixie Highway running north and south of Eelleview and will be hauled from the pit by truck, thereby saving time and freight. For some time gondola cars whichy are used by the railroad have ben almost impossible to obtain. The new nit will be known as pit No. 4. BIRTHDAY PARTY Little Miss Ada Carter very charm ingly entertained about twenty of her friends Thursday afternoon in cele bration of her twelfth birthday. For this lovely party the Business and ! Professional Woman's club rooms were used, which were beautifully decorated with long sprays of pink love vine, asparagus fern and many vases of pink roses. A great many amusing games were played during the afternoon and very clever prizes were given to the win ners. After the games the children were given cards on which were writ ten verses which when read showred them their partners, for refreshments. The tables were lovely with their decorations of pink roses, asparagus fern, twelve lighted candles and a big birthday cake. The little guests were served with strawberry ice cream, cake and candy by Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Mack Carter, Mrs. Otto Young and Miss Dorothy Lancaster. The following children were pres ent: Cora Mae Pillans, Johnnie Lee Flinn, Adelaide Malever, Dorothy Cappleman, Dorothy Young, Lillian Young, Helen Watt, Ruth Hillman, Polly Smith, Frances Green, Cathe rine Green. Selma Reynolds, Norris Savage, Irene Savage, Betty Buhr man, Irene McMullen, Lillian Hynd man, Mary Borde, Mary Lena Hays, Eva Brooks, Mary Cam, Robert Thomas, Richard Hillman and Tracy Bell. Nice line of fresh fruits and vege tables at the Eagle Market. Phone 74. 29-2t Rev. C. H. Trout of the Christian church, has recovered from a week's illness and will fill his pulpit as usual on Sunday. Advertise in the Evening Star. .Maxwell House Coffee, ner Dound 39c $1.30 75c 60 c 39c 39c 39c . 18c 18c Six-pound can Crisco for . . $1.00 Broom for 85c. Broom for Grade A Coffee, per pound Three Cans Tall Cream Fresh Eggs, per dozen. Seeded Raisins, per package Seedless Raisins, per package. . . . & ja. LA El If you have any local or society items for the Star, call five-one. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Floyd went to Jacksonville yesterday afternoon and expect to return tomorrow, through the county by auto. Mr. T. L. Southwell of Orlando, commercial agent of the Seaboard Air Line, was in town yesterday, and paid the Star a pleasant call. Meals and berth on steamers in cluded in price of tickets Jacksonville to Baltimore and Philadelphia. Ad dress Mr. C. M. Haile, general agent, Jacksonville, for fares to all points. Mrs. J. K. Dickson and little daugh ter, Elizabeth, who have been spend ing the summer in Anderson, S. C, have returned home. Mrs. Kate Clements, who expects to spend the winter in Ocala and Mrs Blanche Thompson, who will again be one of the teachers in the grammar school, will make their home with Mrs. S. R. Whaley. Travelo Knit Jacxets ana vest, New Knit and Grenadine neckties and heavy cord knit slip-over sweaters, school day kind, are among the new arrivals at JORDAN'S men's wear department this week. 27-tf "Pure Gold" creamery butter 45 cents a pound at the Eagle Market. Phone 74. 29-2t Mr. Hubert Dodd of Georgia, who has been visiting his brother, Mr. Roger Dodd, left yesterday for Lake land, where ha is a senior in Southern College. Mr. Dodd is editor-in-chief of "The Southern." for the next col lege year. Little Miss Ada Carter came over yesterday evening, found the editor in his dismal den and presented him with a big platfull of delicious icecream and a coupla slices of dainty cake. Perhaps you notice the editorial page is not as bad as usual today. We are still giving away that $5.00 safety razor with each sale of a Styleplus suit. JORDAN'S Clothing Department. 27-tf MONEY TO LOAN on Ocala real estate, preferably for not less than three years. Address P. O. Box 577, Ocala, Fla. 28-6t Mr. E- C. McLeod is looking for ward with pleasure to the Florida Furman football game to be played in Gainesville on October 7th. Mr. Mc Leod's son, Paul McLeod, is captain of the Furman team mi4 father and son expect a large time together in Gainesville. Ocala Chapter Np. 29, O. E. S., held its regular meeting last evening. There was a large attendance and much business was transacted. All arrangements were made for the en tertainment of the grand matron, Mrs. Anna H. Schneider, on her offi cial visit to this chapter Friday, Oc tober 6. There will be a vehearsal of the work on Monday at four o'clock. A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant Food will perform wonders with your pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court Pharmacy. tf W. K. Lane, M. D physician and surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent stor Ocala, Fla. tf Miss Minnie Gamsby, who has been having a most enjoyable visit with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gamsby, in Washington, D. C, left there Tuesday for Balti more, from which place she sailed on a Merchants & Miners ship for Jack sonville. She expects to arrive in Ocala tomorrow. Mrs. C. L. Gamsby accompanied hsr as far as Baltimore, and then went on to New York city to join Mr. Gamsby. Mr. and Mrs. Gamsby will reside in New York in future. "Pure Gold" creamery butter 45 cents a pound at the Eagle Market. Phone 74. 29-2t Mr. and Mrs. D. Niel Ferguson re turned home this morning from Tam pa, where they have been gueses of Mrs. Ferguson's parents. Mr. R. C Sumner expects to leave tomorrow for Summerfield, where this winter he will be principal of the high school, which has been made by com bining the schools of Summerfield, Dallas, Charter Oak and Pedro. Mr. Sumner is an excellent educator and under his charge it is prophesied that this school will be a success. Nice line of fresh fruits and vege tables at the Eagle Market. Phone 74. 29-2t Don't forget the demonstration of Southland oroducts tomorrow at U- Serve No. 2. A full line of these Florida-made products which are put up at Lakeland is now on display at U-Serve No. 2. They include straw berry jam, grapefruit jam, orange jam, guava jam, guava jelly and guava butter. A demonstration will be held tomorrow and the public is cordially invited. These goods are on sale in most of the retail grocery OCA ICES PHILLIPS RADIO CONCERT WAS ALMOST PERFECT Last night's radio concert at the Phillips drug store was more than usually enjoyed. In the earlier part of the evening New York city, Pitts burgh, Kansas City, Louisville, Mem phis, Detroit and several other sta tions were tuned in but "their wave lengths were so close together that they interfered with each other, but those radio fans who remained for the Atlanta Journal's late concert were well repaid for their loss of sleep. This concert began at 10:45, Atlanta time, which made the Ocala audience remain until 11:45, and ended oh, well, that would be telling. The Jour nal's program included the Home Tcwn String Band, Mr. Harry Phil lips, tenor, and his wife at the piano, Mr. Walter Pucket, tenor, accompa nied by the band, and a soprano whose name was hard to catch. Another one of the entertainers was a bird imitator and whistler who was excel lent. Mr. Pucket is also a yodler of no mean ability. All during the eve ning the announcer read telegrams from all over the east and middle west for the unseen audiences who were enjoying the concert and asking for repetition of some of the numbers. Radio conditions were good last night and every word of the songs could be distinguished on the sidewalk in front of the Phillips drugstore. THEY NEED HELP There is a family at the tourist campground that needs assistance. It is composed of a man, his wife and six children, who have come with a team and wagon all the way from Arizona. All the children are sick with dengue fever and when they reached Ocala yesterday they had only twenty-five cents. Some kindly people have help ed them, but they need more assist ance. All persons disposed to help, and who have cars, should drive down to the tourist camp and see them. If any others who waht to help, but have no cars, will leave money at the Star office, the Star will see that it is re ceived by the needy people. SOME SNAKE There is a kodak picture at the Court Pharmacy that either repre sents some snake or some lie. It has been said that you can believe your own eyes but when you see the picture of a rattler that extends over two panels of a board fence you begin to think that your eyes deceive you. If this picture which Carl Ray presented to the Court Pharmacy is not a freak, then the snake shown in it is. The snake is supposed tw be 174 feet long and from the looks of the snap shot it is every inch that long. This grandfather of diamond-backs was killed in the Clearwater neighborhood and judging from his size must have bee (&ne of the oldest citizens of that community. HOMER CLEGHORN The funeraj service of the late Homer Cleghorn, who died in Jack sonville Wednesday, was held Thursr day afternoon at the grave in Green wood cemetery of this city, where in terment was made. A number of friends met, the southbound Seaboard limited on which the remains arrived, the cortege forming at the denot and going from Ihere to the cemetery. A short service was held at the grave, at which Rey. C. W, White officiated. There were many beautiful floral of ferings from friends m Jacksonville and Ocala. The following acted as pall bearers: Messrs. C. C. Bryant, H, A. Waterman, A, C. Cobb, Lee Sharp, R. B. Meffert and L. H, Pjllans. The deceased was the only brother of Mrs. J. D. Rooney of this city. In her sorrow she has the sincere sympa thy of her friends. NOTICE TO. SCHOOL PATRONS The primary and grammar s,hoobi will open Monday morning, October 2nd, at 3:45 o'clock. Rev. J. J. Neighbour, thanks to a good physician and careful nursing at the hospital, is steadily recovering, and will soon be able to so home. Dr. JJarry Walters is up from his tussle with the dengue. He was look ing after his patients some time be fore he was well himself. Script Dance at Woman's Club TO-NIGHT 9:30 to 1:30 O'clock Made by "77 RAMBLERS" pf University of Florida 6 Pieces ADMISSION, $2.25 UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS : j ( RATES under this heading are -t j follows: .Maximum of six lines one time ' -5c; three times 50c: six times 75c: one i month $3.00. All accounts payable im advance except to those who have reg jlar advertising accounts. REWARD For return of bird dog. White with liver colored spots; about one year old; answers to the name of Jack. William Bullock or phone 300. 29-6t FOR RENT On Fort King avenue, close in, furnished rooms. Phone 182. 9-29-tf FOR SALE Forty acres land noe mile west of Ocala. Price $1000. Eighty rods from hard road. W. H. Crigler, Ocala, Fla. 29-6t FOUND Straw hat. Was left at the Star office Wednesday. Looks like one worn by an automobile dealer. Call at the business office of the Star, identify property, pay suitable reward and get the hat. FOR SALE 1920 Dodge touring in good condition, tires practically new. Small cash payment down, bal ance easy terms. Priced low for quick sale. McLeod & Waters, the Studebaker dealers. Phone 170. 28 6t FOR RENT Rooms furnished or un- furnished for light housekeeping, j with hot and cold water in baths, j Rooms are reasonable and a money saving proposition. Call at the Dormitory or phone 305. 27-tf FOR RENT A furnished three-room apartment on the first floor, with private bath. Apply to Mrs. P. A. Durand, 614 East Adams, St., phoiu 579. 27-tf FOR SALE 1922 Dodge touring bought new last November. Has had exceptional care. Tires good, equipped with bumper, back tilting steering wheel, etp. Runs good as new car. Ask for demonstration. Terms. McLeod & Waters, Stude baker dealers. Phone 170. 28-6t FOR SALE Spring hatched White Leghorn roosters, from good laying strain. Price $3 each. Come out and get first choice. K. Wilson, Silver Springs Poultry Farm. 26-6t FOR RENT Upstairs apartment, furnished. Phone 207-Blue. Mrs. W. V, Newsom, 1129 East Fort King avenue. ?0-tf FOR SALE Library table and other household furniture. Call at 521 E. Oklawaha avenue. 919-tf FOR SALE 1921 Ford sedan in first class condition throughout. Your opportunity to get a good closed car for winter at a bargain. Terms. McLeod & Waters, the Studebaker dealers. Phone 170. 28-6t FOR SALE Wine room house and lot adjoining Catholic church on Okla waha kvtnue. Address Box 521, Micanopy, Fla. p.-19-12t FOR RENT Two unfurnished apart ments: o iYoms and bath; sleeping porches; private entrance; front and back porches. Recently remod eled throughout. Cor. Ocklawaha and Anthony rpad. Mrs. S. A. Stan ley, 447 Ocklawaha avenue, . 0tf FOR SALE Two fresh Jersey cowd. Apply to Berry Carter, Route A, Ocala, Fla. " 25-6t FOR RENT Three furnished roms. FOR SALE Auto shed and hot water gas heater. Inquire of Mrs. Geo. F. Young, 215 S. - Tuscawiila St., Phone 5434.44 25-Bt MUSIC Will take pupils i yiolin, piano and voice with theory lesions free. Terms reasonable. Will offer classes in history pf music, gight singing, dictation and ear training for small free. Special attention j given out of town pupils. Write or j call on Cevle Roberts, Ocala. Phone ! 305. 15-tf FOR SALE Upright Rhone 568. piano cheap. 23-6t The Hudson's Bay Company recent- j ly declared a dividend of 45 per cent, j In its 252nd year the company paysj dividens amounting to nearly half its ; capital stock. This company is one ! of the oldest trading corporations in the world. SS Popular Assortment Phillips Sweet Up! E wytooiy! SOUTHLAND DEMONSTRATION AT U-SERVE STORE NUMBER 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 Southland Strawberry Jam Southland Grapefruit Jam Southland Orange Jam Southland Guava Jam 4 Southland Guava Butter Southland Guava Jelly SOUTHLAND PUNCH Free on Sunday at Davidson's Call lor SOUTHLAND Products at all Stores Made in Lakeland. We Use the Duplex Tops Easy to Open Southland Citrus Products Co. S A VI r. G WQRTI Hats, Suits, Shirts, Shoes, Neckwear, Etc. Our enormous and complete stock of Men's Clothing and Furnishings, just arrived, to be sold at 25 REDUCTION We are starting the season right. These are honest-to-goodness reduc tions. Let us prove these prices. Sizes and Stvles to Suit m Everybody 'T; t;htoii Park" and "Society Brand" Clothes. "Crossett" and "Florsheim" Shoes, Exclusive agents for Ladies' "Red Cross'' Shoes, Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. j W Y. M. T OUR PHONES 243 and 174 YOUKS FOIt SEKVICE COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY STAR ADS GET RESULTS. TRY ONE BLOCK'S CANDIES FRESH BY EXPRESS TODAY at Reasonable Prices Drug Comp ON :i: Tf B. O. D. any stores in town.