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OCALA EVENING STAfi, t R1DAT. NOV
2 S, 1922 BE CJHARITABLE r Brethren, if I man b overtaken In a fault, y Irfalcb are spiritual, restore ucn a mm In the spirit of meekness; consid ering thyself, lest thou -ala be tempt ad. Gal. 6: 1. "Another Nash' 6tl A 25 -cent package of Albert's Plant Food will perform wonders with your pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court Pharmacy. tf U A Word To the Wise! There's a time for all things. It's now time to have your car painted and topped. The fall season's here and a paint job done now will stay a year. Bring your car to us and be satisfied. When better paint jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick Motor Company will do them. SPENCER - PEDRICK MOTOR CO. PHONE 8 if OCAU OBSERVANCES If you have any news items for this department, phone five-one. For your Sunday dinner try Stone's cake at the O. K. Teapot Grocery. 2t The friends of Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe will regret to hear that she is sick with dengue. Monday is the day to buy a Sellers at B. GOLDMAN'S for $1 first pay ment. Balance on easy terms. 2-3t Necdham Motor Co General Auto Repairing Firestone, Oldfield and Racine Horseshoe TIRES AND TUBES GAS , OIL GREASE Give Us a Trial THONE 252 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 container. Chero-Cola Bottling Works Phone 167 " Another Nash." 611 Mr. William Wolff, a former resi dent, but now of Columbus, Ga., is spending a few days in town. Mr. Reuben Saffly of Tampa, rep resenting the Florida Paper Company, spent yesterday in Ocala. W. K. Lane, M. D physician and surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store, Ocala, Fla. tf Mr. W. M. Enright will tell you how the Sellers Kitchen Cabinet will save you steps and he will make you special terms. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t Mrs. M. G. Chambers who has been spending the past two weeks in St. Augustine, is expected home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. William Altman are receiving congratualtions on the ar rival of a baby daughter, Monday, October 30th. You can get your Sellers Kitchen Cabinet in oak or white enamel finish for $1 down Monday, balance on easy terms. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO Cranberries, Malaga grapes, pickled pigs' feet, mackerel, salt mullet, tripe, boneless codfish just in at the U SERVE STORES. Phones 614-195. 4t Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Scofield of In verness, Mrs. R. L. Hopkins of Or ange Lake, Mrs. Frank Haviland of Belleview and Mrs. Charles Mathews of Candler were business visitors in the city Thursday. (Evening Star November 3, 1902) The Ocala freight depots have not j contained as many goods before in j ten years as they have this fall. Al- I though the merchants are hauling ev- j ery day they are so full that the em- j ployes can hardly get around in i them. The Dunnellon Phosphate Company j has finished loading its third ship j with phosphate at Port Inglis. The old cemetery is in a woeful state of disrepair. Weeds are grow ine oromiscuously. The fence is in bad shape and so many pickets are j off that the goats and hogs and even cows go in and out at will. Can nothing be done? Where is the ceme tery committee? (Asking the same questions today). Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee and little! daughter went to Crystal River yes terday to visit Mr. Wetherbee, who is manager there for the Continental Manufacturing Company. Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Morris left to day for Barnesville, Ga., where the former has accepted the pastorate of the Presbyterian church of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Norris has many warm friends in this city who will miss them. Ocala Ten Years Ago (Evening Star November 3, 1912) Another pretty little daughter is being welcomed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burnett. Mr. Emmett Robinson has sold the Ideal theater to Messrs. C. E. Adams and J. R. Haney of Burbank. Mr. T. I. Arnold has returned from a trip to Georgia and South Carolina. He was called to Macon by the serious illness of his father, who is now re covering. Mr. Arnold left Mrs. Arn old in Asheville, N. C, where she will be for some weeks. All the friends of Mr. and Mrs. James Brown sympathize with them in the loss of their bright little daugh ter, Grace, who died Friday after noon. Mr. Will Jeffcoat was able to return to his home yesterday. The Star deeply regrets to learn that the sight of one of his eyes is entirely destroy ed. He is bearing up nobly under his most unfortunate injuries. LEGION 'QUEEN IS DIPLOMAT Miss Ruth Metealf, Burlington (Ta.) Girl, Names Her Brother Carnival "King." Women began practicing the art of diplomacy when Eve was about three days old, and the present genera tion of fair ones are not so bad at', it, the world knows. Even the distinguished for eign diplomats who wear red stripes across their boiled shirts at formal dinners will give the palm to a sweet Iowa girt, however, and ATTENTION! ATTENTION! The American Legion Auxiliary has made arrangements to have the rooms of the legion at the armory repapered and the wood work done over. New curtains will also be put up. The work will begin today. Ford touring car in good condition, Buick truck in good condition. Take them both for $300. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co., Ocala, Fl Phone 8. 30-tf By the payment of $1 down and easy weekly terms we will keep your Sellers Kitchen Cabinet until Christ mas. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t For rent, the best location in town for a grocery business; corner store. Apply to "E," Star office. ll-2-5t SASH DOOR Geo. MacKay Ho. Ocala, Fla.. HARDWARE HIGH GRADE PAINT RAILROAD SCHEDULES Arrival and departure of passenger ains at OCALA UNION STATION. The following schedule figures pub ished as information and not guar ..ateed. (Eastern Standard Time) ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R. Leave for Station Arrive from 2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 ;.m 2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am 1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm 3:24 nm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm 6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm 3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm 7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm 7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm (p) Monday, Wednesday. Friday, j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY Leave for Station Arrive from 2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am 1:60 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm 4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm Tamoa-Manatee- 1:55 am St. Petersburg 2:34 am 2:55 am NTTork-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am 1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am 1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm 4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm COCKROACHES WATER BUGS ANTS The ladies of the Marion County Hospital Auxiliary will serve lunches at the fair grounds during the fair. Any one wishing to help in any way will please notify Mrs. J. W. Dumas, who ahs charge of this work. Mrs. R. G. Blake is looking forward to a visit from her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Effinger, of West Palm Beach, sometime this month, probably over fair week. Mrs. Effinger will be ac companied by three young lady friends. MONDAY is Sellers Kitchen Cabi net day at B. GOLDMAN'S. $1 puts it in your kitchen. Balance on easy terms. . 2-3t Let a Sellers Kitchen Cabinet do your work. Monday is the day to get it on easy terms. B. GOLDMAN. 2-3t "Another Nash." 611 Circle B of the Baptist church will meet Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lanier Robert' son. on Washington street. This so ciety has not held any meetings dur ing xne summer montns and it is hoped that there will be a large at tendance as there are important bus iness matters to transact. Mrs. Rob ertson is the new chairman and at this meeting the other officers will be elected. - EASILY KILLED BY USING STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE It also kills rat and mlc. It fcrc?s these pesta to run from building for water and frMh air. A ISe box contains enough to kill 60 to 100 rata or mice. Get it from your drag or general stora dealer today. READY FOR USE BETTER THAN TRAPS L. ALEXANDER PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR . - AND BUILDER Careful estimate made cm all con tract work." Gives more and better work for the money fchaa any other mtractor in tha cf.Hv , "Another Nash." 6tf Albert's Plant Food is tne 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 Mrs. Clarence Camp was hostess this afternoon at the meeting of the married ladies card club- This was the first meeting of the season and proved unusually pleasant. All the members were present except one, After a very enjoyable game of auc tion, the tea cloths were laid and the hostess served refreshments. Mrs ICamp presented each of the members with a pretty gift that she had ob tained on her recent trip abroad. Those playing were Mrs. F. H. Logan, Mrs." N. Hickman, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson, Miss Abbie Munroe, Miss Minnie Gamsby and the hostess. Short skirts, short sleeves, low necks and high heels in feminine ap parel have caused several Swiss in surance companys, which insure a gainst illness, to raise their premiums 15 per cent for women. BURBANK Pearl ., is vis- other Burbank, Nov. 2. Mrs. E Thomas of Collingswood,.N. J ting Mrs. V; H. Turner and friends here. Mrs. Eva L. Hitchcock has return ed from Miami, where she has been visiting her sons for severaj weeks. Mr. Hugh MacManus of Oak, spent the week-end at his home here. Miss Ola Waterman, who is attend ing school at Anthony, spent Satur day and Sunday with her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Priest. Mrs. V. H. Turner and Mrs. H. I. Turner were hostesses on Saturday evening, entertaining at a Hallowe'en dance in honor of the former's guest, Mrs. E. Pearl Thomas. A large crowd attended and enjoyed dancing until a late hour, when a salad course wan served. Messrs. H. E. Abbott and H. I. Tur ner were business callers in Ocala Saturday. Mrs. John W. Holman and little daughter, Mozelle Louise of Anthony, spent the week-end with Mrs. Hol man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Priest. Mr. and Mrs. Sliger and son of Bowen, HI., have come to Mr. and Mrs. M; D. L. Graham's for the winter and are contemplating making Florida their home. Mrs. Sliger is Mrs. Gra ham's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowen of Newport, R. I., arrived in Burbank Tuesday and will make this their home. Mrs. Arthur Gnann spent last week with her brother and wife, Mr. and BIrs. Bailey Waldron. Mr. and Mrs. A. Gnann left the first of the week for their home at Wilford. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Waldron, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gnann and Mr. and Mrs. A G. Geiger and sons spent this week-end with their mother at Bay Lake. If they hesitate, a number of Iowa men might have a word to say that would prompt them. It happened that the American Le gion of Burlington, Ia having a high carnival and desiring a queen, chos one. The girl selected for her out standing beauty, wit, and spirit waa Miss Ruth Metealf, who later dis played tact. Miss Metealf being duly and fittingly crowned queen, now would choose one of the ex-soldlera as king, it was announced, whereat 6ome hundreds of assorted male beau ties struck attitudes of attention. Af ter looking closely over the assembled Legionnaires, Miss Metealf calmly picked out her own brother and crowned him king. Whereupon the issue was settled with nice diplomacy and the big carnival parade got nn der way. ENDED SITTING BULL'S REIGN Chief Red Tomahawk, Sioux Warrior, and Commander MacNlder Smoko Pipe of Peace. Since the passing of the dime novel, the 40 redskins who used to bite the dust so frequent t- ''.i"JT -t Y lrtat to thft world. But the exploits of old Sitting Bull may well be remembered, even today, when - the marble - shooting generation is reading deep vol umes that puzzle exasperated pa rents. Sitting Bull also bit the dust In approved fashion and, while touring through Bismarck, N. D., recently, Hanford MacNlder,' national commander of the American Legion, had the pleasure of meeting the gen tleman who caused the Bull's down fall. It was none other than old Chief Red Tomahawk, Sioux warrior, who some years ago captured Sitting Bull's pelt, and who came from the reserva tion to greet the big ehief of the white tribe. With Red Tomahawk came a number of the younger Sioux braves who fought in France with the Aj E. F. and gave the Germans the surprise of their lives. While in North Dakota Mr. Mac Nlder smoked a peace pipe 'with the Sioux chief and received congratula tions of the chief of the first Ameri cans for the organization which is en deavoring to keep America for the present Americans. MOSS BLUFF Moss Bluff, Nov. 2 Misses Vernice and Janie Martin entertained quite a number of .their friends : Saturday evening at a birthday party, honor" ing- their brother, Mr. Lawton Mar tin, the occasion being the celebration of his eighteenth birthday annivers ary.. -The rooms of the residence were decorated in pink and white, the color scheme being carried out with cut flowers and streamers of crepe paper. Gaines were placed and at the conclusion a drawing contest took place'J 'Each one had to draw a pic ture of some one.- The best drawing was made by Miss Elsie Davis, who waa presented with an attractive re ward. Archie Fort received the booby. The crowd was then invited into the dining room, where fruit punch and cake were served. The din ing table was laid with a cloth and centered .with a beautiful birthday cake, which-was cut, Mr. Cam getting- the ring, and Clarence White the dime. At a late hour the crowd left, after expressing themselves as hav ing spent a most enjoyable evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Mar tin and baby, Misses Lillie Sue Clay ton, Mabel Squires, Helen Squires, Doris Squires, Elsie Davis, Martha Fort, Annie McKnight, Vera Higgin botham, Velma McKinney, Messrs. Carl McKnight, Ray McKnight,, Ed ward Brooks, Stuart Hall, Charles' Mock, Sidney Fort, Archie Fort, John Morrison, Chane Martin, Alvin Squires, Pete Holly and Mr. Cam. The fifth Sunday meeting which was held here at the Christian church Sunday proved to be quite a success. People were present from Ocala, Leesburg, Eustis, Oxford, Oklawaha and other places. Dinner was served about one o'clock, and if any one went home hungry it was their fault, as there was a bountiful dinner spread. Services will continue through the week until Friday night, when the meeting will close. Mr. Busbee Cochran is up again after an attack of dengue fever. Miss Lillie Sue Clayton 'spent the week-end with Miss Martha Fort. Miss Mabel Squires is on the sick list. Mr. Dan Fort,7 Misses Lillie Sue Clayton and Martha Fort spent Sat urday afternoon in Weirsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes of Pennsylva nia arrived Tuesday and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White. A Clean-Up Sale j of- Late Fall and Winter - j MILLINERY 1 1 will be in progress from j November 4th to November 30th The Purpose of this Sale is Two -fold y First, to clean out our FaU Merchandise and make room: for Holiday Goods and, second, to give our cus- i : tomers the benefit of Special Cat Prices before - their season is over. ; ', STYLE HAT SHOP Miss Rena Smith OCALA . . FLORIDA k? ? fTeVe iyt f9mwi!'mWtY99W:W AUTOMOBL E STORAG F Large Fire Proof Building OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cars Washed and Polished PHONE 291 Florida Auto Supply Company 314-320 N. MAIN STREET Physical Deterioration. "Physical examinations of regular army officers show the most dear cut evidence of physical deterioration which Is due to strain Incident to the World war," - the i army medical department ' reports. That InTestiga tlon may bring to . light a scientific explanation of some part of the rest lessness among former soldiers which can be laid to their having undergone a severe nervous strain. PRIVATE SCHOOL All grades, day and night classes. Special coaching. For appointment phone 277. Mrs. Jennie Cassil, 820 East Third street. 2-6t Alaska Has the Wealth. Alaska could not only pay for ad justed compensation, If it were rightly developed, but the whole war- debt besides, according to Albert B. Pall, secretary of the interior. What is believed to he the greatest ofl field In the world is in the Arctic near the Aleutian islands. A tremendous coal belt In Alaska is undeveloped, and the greatest copper mine In the world as well. NOTICE 1 have cut the price of strand wood 1 75 cents on the cord, as I am com pelled to get it off the land. Four- foot wood $3.50 per cord. Phone 471. E. Gibbons. N. Osceola St 16-tf CHIROPRACTIC All that is good in this line of re storing the afflicted to health and harmony of body can now be had by Florida's oldest and most reliable Chiropractor, who has again return ed to Ocala. Dr. Kiplinger, Ocala House. 2-3t We have a service car. Call on us when out on the road. HOOD and FEDERAL TIRES and TUBES Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co. J. R. LONG PHONE 438 W. A. STROUD Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51 Nah Lead the World in Motor Car Value Touring Model Four Cylinders Five Passengers Reduced Pries Legion Aske for New Law. "Oh-o-o say. can yon see-e V The band-organ man ground out the nat ional anthem and the monkey danced and squinted his sharp eyes. Then the hand-organ man pasted the hat. But in New York state he will have to change n!s tune. If the American Legion gets Its bill through the legis lature prohibiting the playing of the 'Star Spangled Banner" for the pur pose of collecting money. . Carrying On With the American Legion 7 : The official American Legion grave markers may be had from national headquarters for $L30 each. now. The Legion poet of Decatur. Ark has bought the city's telephone system and, after an overhauling, will oper- i ate it Special Display: Now we are exhibiting a Nash Four consignment just received. They are swung smartly h7 to the road on a rug gedly built chassis and powered by the exception ally powerful Nash per fected valve-in-head motor. Owners everywhere report them remarkably eco nomical in operation and notably free from need of mechanical attention HERE'S A VAIUE EXTRAORDINARY We are taking in on a Studebaker a very late model Haynes Sedan, run only 6,800 miles, and in per fect condition. This car has had private me only, and is like new. Has wire wheels, bumpers and many ex tras, and cost owner new $4,100, Upholstered in soft mohair velvet plush, with dome lights, corner reading lights, etc. 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 demonstration. McLEOD & WATERS Corner Osceola and Fort King FOURS and SIXES Rcfccod Prices Range from $9 15 to $2190. t a b. Factory BLALOCK BROTHERS Phone 78 Corner Main St and Oklawaha Ave. OCALA. FLA.