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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1922
.- OCAU OCCURREIIGES : tun If you have any local or society items for the Star, phone five-one. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Bray are receiv ing congratulations on the arrival of a little son at their home, Monday. Mrs. C. B. Morrison of Citra, who is spending a few days in Ocala, ex pects to return to her home Saturday. Prepare for Fair Week. Go to FISHEL'S for your Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' Coats, Hosiery and Men's Pants at reduced prices during November. 9-3t New Hats weekly. FISHEL'S. 3t ' D. W. Brinson of Citra, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brewer of Romeo and V. E. Knoblock of Lowell were in the city today. Mrs. E. F. Fitch and son," William, who have been the guests of Mrs. N. P. Davis since the first of the week, returned home today. Men's work clothes, express striped overalls and jackets at Jordan's. 6t "O, where did you get that lovely hat, Mrs. Barnard?" At Fishel's. And, my goodness! I never realized how many dollars I could save until I start ed buying there. I can get two hats for the price formerly paid for one. 3t Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters expect to leave Sunday for Chattanooga, where Dr. Walters will attend the Southern Medical convention. They expect to be away for the next ten days. UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS (RATES under this heading are as fol'ows: Maximum of six lines one time 25c; three times 60c; six times 75c; one month 3.00. All accounts payable la drtice except to those who have reg ular advertising accounts. WANTED Two or three roomers, with or without board. Rates reas onable. Phone 543. Mrs. Geo. F. Young, 512 E. 8th street, opposite high school building. ll-9-6t WANTED Position by young lady. Have had experience as clerk and cashier and some office work. Ap ply to W. B. M., Star office. 8-3t FOR SALE Dodge touring; in Al . shape; new tires. Just been over hauled. Price $350. Can give terms. F. E. Denton, care the Ocala Steam Laundry. 8-6t FOR RENT Rooms newly furnished, in best section near church and , theater; apartments to suit. Rates reasonable, by day, week or month. Phone 631, or 316 E. Ft. King. 8-6t FURNISHED ROOMS Two furnish ed rooms for light housekeeping for rent. Can give immediate posses sion. Call at 803 East Second, or phone 250. ll-8-3t WANTED Position as bookkeeper or clerk, by young lady. Experi enced clerk. Phone 616 or address 215 N. Main street. 7-6t FOR RENT Furnished apartment. Phone 578 or apply at 603 E. Sec ond street. 7-6t FOR RENT Large warehouse and office on SAL and ACL railroads, formerly occupied by L. R. Chazal & Sons. Immediate possession. Ap ply to H. D. Stokes at the Ocala National Bank. 10-6t FOR SALE Practically brand new Buick six touring car; looks like just off show room floor; carefully driven only 2700 miles. Price $1200. We have a service car. Call on us when out on the road. Ocala Tire & Vulcanizing Co. J. R. LONG PHONE Florida Auto Supply Company DISTRIBUTORS DAYTON THOROBRED TIRES AND T U B E S Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 7500 miles; Cords, 10,000 miles. We make the ad.ustrrer.ts. Complete Line ot Auto Accessories Phone 291 31 4-32 O N. Main St. OCALA, FLA ADVENT BOX The members and congregation of fGrace Episcopal church are asked for contributions of second-hand clothing and shoes of all kinds. Good, clean and whole garments are needed, for men. women and children. Contribu tions may be sent to the rectory be fore Tuesday, Nov. 14. Those not hav ing clothing may give cash, as it will be gladly accepted. Mr. N. A. Fort of Lynne paid the Star office a call this morning. Miss Helen Hardee went to Jack sonville today for a two weeks visit with Mrs. N. N. Chase. NARCISSUS BULBS in beautiful bowls at THE BOOK SHOP. Plant now and have them blooming by Christmas. THE BOO KSHOP. 10-3t Fifteen pounds of sugar for one dol lar with a dollar purchase of other groceries, Saturday and Monday at the U-SERVE STORES. 11-10-ltdly Don't forget the football" game in Ocala tomorrow between our high school boys and DeLand. Miss Eloise Henry returned home this afternoon after an extended trip of several months in Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia. Watch for Children's Book Week. We have the books. Books for girls and books for girls at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t Ratines, lovely shades. FISHEL'S. The county judge today issued a marriage license to Mr. Edward J McDowell and Miss Myrtle CoMum of Oxford, and performed the ceremony in his office. Liberal terms. McLeod & Waters, the Studebaker dealers. Phone No. 170. 7-6t FOR SALE Overland car, Al shape. Quick sale $350. Wil ltrade or give terms. A. E. Gerig. 10-6t FOR RENT Part of my farm, 40 to 70 acres, as good trucking land as there is in the county. Standing rent or share crop. Stock and tools furnished. Free of stumps. Call on or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf FOR RENT Mrs. A. M. Perry's five room house on Fifth street now oc cupied by G. B. Overton; furnished. Apply to R. N. Dosh, 702 E. Fourth street. TYPEWRITERS Some bargains in Oliver, Royal and Corona typewrit ers at THE BOOK SHOP. 4-6t ADDING MACHINE A bargain in a Burroughs large size adding ma chine, same as new. THE BOOK SHOP. 4-6t FOR SALE Six room, two-story house, wit hone-quarter acre corner lot; modern conveniences and soft water. A bargain. Phone 496, W. W. Condon. 4-6t FOR RENT A house lately renovat ed throughout, on the north side of Oklawaha avenue; also rooms for rent on Oklawaha avenue. Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 E. Okla waha Ave. Phone 383. 28-tf Her First Love Affair. One moonlight night after attending a literary society meeting at a rural school house, a friend of mine escorted me to my home, writes a correspond ent As we stepped upon the front porch. Rover, our dog, decided the stranger did not belong there. He chased him until he jumped over the hedge. I laughed, of course. Others re turning from the meeting saw the entire scene. A full account of the Incident was given in the paper at the next meeting. This ended my first love affair. HOOD and FEDERAL TIRES and TUBES 438 W. A. STROUD i HUNTING DISPLAY AT THE MARION HARDWARE Freddie Winer displayed his ability both as a window decorater and a camp hunter when he decorated the northwest window of the Marion Hardware Company's store yesterday. The window is filled and draped with rnoss and pine saplings for a camp ground. In the center of this setting is a very realistic camp fire built up with charred wood over an electric light. On the fire are a smoked skillet and coffee pot while scattered around the fire are the mess kits of the campers. Numerous guns and rifles are leaning against the neighboring trees and cases of shells form a very suggestive background for this time of year. As a finishing touch Freddie has hung out the moon. As its full face peeps through the pine trees and moss it makes one turn and look for the screech owls and whippoorwills. Mr. Robert Hall, attending the University of Florida, is m town to day and will go to Tampa tomorrow for the football game. GIRLS SCOUTS, NOTICE The Sunshine troop of Girl Scouts will meet this evening at 7:45. This is an important meeting and all scouts are requested to be present for the purpose of making up list to send to headquarters. Also to plan program for the coming season. Rhoda Rhody, Captain. DOLLAR DAYS IN OCALA A number of merchants have decid ed to have two dollar days, November 22 and 23. On these days they wil offer special inducements in their va rious lines by selling certain articles for one dollar, or in other instances a group of articles for one dollar. These dollar day specials always offer great opportunity to careful buyers to save money on their needs. Watch the pa per for announcements next week. "I WANT TO THINK IT OVER" If the tall man with a big scytfie- l-IM 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, I've got a life insur ance 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 ever. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY of the UNITED STATES 120 Broadway New York City ALBERT E. GERIG Representative Ocala, Florida ONLY BIG CIRCUS COMING TO OCALA THIS YEAR CHILDREN 30c Under 12 Adults 75, including war tax corpus PRESENTING ON ONE STUPENDOUS PROGRAM AND FOR THE FIRST Tint IN ALL CIRCUS HISTORY NOT MANY, BUT ALL THE. WORLDS GREATEST ARENIC STARS OCALA 2 PERFORMANCES 2 Street Parade 10:30 A. M. TUESDAY, NOV. L " 1 i r- hUt i iff; All u I 1 n AUCTION PARTY FOR SIRS. STANTON Mrs. Norton Davis was the charm ing hostess yesterday afternoon at her home on Camp Heights, compliment ing her guest, Mrs. Seabury Stanton, and Miss Nina Camp. Mrs. Guy Mil- er was also one of the honer guests but on account of illness was prevent ed from being present. Charming simplicity was the keynote of the pleasant afternoon hours spent by the guests. The spacious living rooms on the ower floor of the Davis home were opened en suite and their hospitable atmosphere was further enhanced by quantities of many colored zinnias which were effectively arranged about the rooms, and with the shaded lights and handsome costumes of the guests made a pleasing scene. Master Frank Bennett and Master William Fitch were the first to meet the guests as they arrived, standing at the door as they entered. Mrs. Da vis welcomed her guests and present ed them to her two guests of honor, who received with her in the large en trance hall. Mrs. Davis wore a whita georgette and lace afternoon gown, Mrs. Stanton wore jade green em broidered georgette and Miss Nina Camp was costumed in white geor gette embroidered with irridiscent crystal beads. Mrs. Jack Camp assist- j ed the hostess in entertaining the guests and after a few minutes of; pleasant conversation they were invit ed into the dining room, where tea was served. A bowl of long-stemmed yellow chrysanthemums was the pretty cen terpiece on the dining table, from which all kinds of sandwiches, fancy cakes and mints were served. Mrs. Clarence Camp poured coffee and tea from a handsomely appointed side table, assisted by her two daughters and Mrs. E. F. Fitch. Last night Mr. and Mrs. Davis and their honor guests were at home to a number of their married friends and several gentlemen calling at this time. During the afternoon and evening about seventy-five persons called and a most delightful affair it proved to be, and will be numbered among the most enjoyable of many that have been given this fall. WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITERS at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t CRESCENT GROCERY HAS CHANGED HANDb Mr. A. H. Potter of Mulberry, Polk county, has purchased the Crescent Grocery from Mr. S. A. Brown, and will manage the store himself. Mr. Potter has been in business in Polk county and knows groceries from A to Z. Mr. Potter expects to move his family to Ocala as soon as he secures a suitable dwelling. The meat market run m connection with the Urescent Grocery will continue under the own ership and management of Messrs. Pasteur and Brown. WOODSTOCK. 10-3t WEIHE'S WINDOW As the center of his newly decorat ed window Mr. F. G. B. Weihe has a very appropriate Armistice Day dec oration. Mr. Weihe has arranged a few empty shells, a rusty piece of an old cannon and numerous swords around a plow point. Mr. Weihe claims that Armistice Day was the time to beat your swords into plow shares but for the looks of the Turkish question now it would be better to leave the swords in their present more aggressive form until a later date. WOODSTOCK. 10-3t ORANGE SPRINGS Orange Springs, Nov. 9 Rev. Cald well filled his regular appointment here Sunday afternoon and delivered a splendid sermon. Miss Eunice Motes spent the week end with her parents here, returning to her school at Citra Sunday. Mrs. John Livingston made a visit in Green Cove Springs last week, re turning Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogt of Ocala were guests of Mr. Pegram Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Haw thorn, are stopping here for the week. They expect to make their home here m the near future. Mrs. Long and Mrs. Elliott of Inter lichen attended preaching here Sun day. Mrs. Schwartzbeck and children of Palatka are visiting with her father, Mr. J. B. Hall. Mrs. McPhail went to Ocala Wed nesday to carry the ballot box. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wimberly made a business trip to Palatka Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Rast celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary last week. We feel much anticipation over the proposed cross-state canal which is again being agitated. When the con vention takes place in Leesburg on the 15th, which is to try to get this pro ject definitely fixed, we hope that the Oklawaha river route with its vast and various attractions and its natur al resources of wealth, will be brought up by our county's best talent and in fluence for consideration. The extens ive areas of valuable lands along and contiguous to this route will finally re ceive the recognition that it justly de serves and for which it would so read ily return an immense source of wealth to the central part of the state. Advertise in the Evening Star. CITY HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT FOR OCTOBER Dairies inspected and milk examin ed as follows: Brigham, inspection 65 per cent; butter fat, 4.5 per cent; bacteria, 6,- 100. Close, inspection, 88 per cent; butter fat, 40 per cent; bacteria, 50,100. Gray, inspection, 82 per cent; butter fat, 5.8 per cent; batceria, 245, 000. Helman, inspection, 70 per cent; butter fat, 3.5 per cent; bacteria, 11,- 100. Painter, inspection, 88 per cent; butter fat, 35 per cent; batceria, 55,- 000. Poppe, inspection, 72 per cent; butter fat, 4.2 per cent; bacteria, 10, 200. Inspection on the following o dairies only: Alley, 60 per cent; Camp, 90 per cent; Goodyear, 65 per cent; McAteer, 63 per cent; Roberson, 67 per cent; Thrash, 66 per cent; War ner, -82 per cent. Lowest bacteria (cleanest milk), Brigham; highest butter fat (richest milk), Gray. Markets and bakeries inspected and scored as follows: Pasteur & Brown, Cash and Carry, Mordis, Heintz, Sa waya, Magnolia, Dawkins, Ocala Cash Market, Broadway, Lowe, Sarasota, Broadway Bakery, City Fish Market, Main Street Market, Carter, Federal, Eagle, good; Greer, Golman, fair. Large deposits of coal have been discovered on Lake Tanganyika in Belgian Congo. ARMISTICE DAY BEGAN PEACE , IN 1919 ARMISTICE ne Hunter Park, 3:30 P. M. CAB SPACE 50c ADMISSION 50c ELRCTIOX Xot'ICK Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, as mayor of the city of ocala, in Marion county. Florida, does hereby proc!a:?n and call a special elec tion to be htld in and for the said city i Ocala, on the 12th Day of December, A. D. 1822, for the purpose of determining whether er not the territorial limits of the city . hall be contracted by excluding there from the territory described in the ord i nance hereinafter set forth, said ordl ;.tnce readirr as follows: AN ORDINANCE Providing for the Contracting of the Territorial Limits of the City of Ocala. It- Jt Ordained by the City t'ouaeil of the City of Ocalat Section 1. That the city council of the city of Ocala does hereby declare its desire to exclude from Its corporate limits and Jurisdiction the following described district, to-wlt: Commencing at the northwest cor ner of the northeast quarter of section sixteen, in township fifteen south, range twenty-two east; run ning thence east to the southeast corner of section nine, In township fifteen south, range twenty-two east; thence running in a north easterly direction to the northwest corner of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section one, said township and range; thence running east one-half mile to the northeast corner of the southwest quarter of the northwest quatrer of section six, in township fifteen, south, range twenty-three east; thence running south one-half mile to the southeast corner of the northwest quarter o the south west quarter of said Section; thence running west one-half anile to the southwest corner of the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section one, in township fifteen south, range twenty-two east: thence running in a southwesterly -direction to the southeast corner of the southwest quarter or the north west quarter .of section, fifteen, township fifteen south, raags VU115 LOOK AGAIN. YOU'RE RIGHT. There's no ice in the refrigerator. But there's food, plenty of it. Yet it's a picture of a refrigerator owned by a housewife who thinks she is "saving" by keeping-costly food in an raxiced refrig erator. She stops taking ice at hot summer's end; she thinks cold weather sufficient protection. And it would cost her only a few cents a day to make sure that the food is protected. Ocala Ice & Packing Company Fresh Milk Wanted! We are in need of a quantity of Fresh Milk, as our output is increasing daily. Cash set tlement every Monday morning for previous week's supply. ;. ,.-5'.-. ; ' Marion County Creamery Co. Catherine E. Pyles, Manager starts war this year when the MEET twenty-two east; and running thence west to the northwest cor-' ner of the southeast quarter of sec-.-' tion sixteen, township fifteen south, range twenty-two east; thence run---ning north to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of section sixteen, township fifteen south. . range twenty-two east. AH eald lands in Marion county, Florida. Section 2. That an election of the duly registered "voters of both said dis trict which Is hereby proposed to be ex cluded from the corporate limits of the city of Ocala, and o fthe duly qualified registered voters of the remaining dis trict of said city of Ocala, he and the same is hereby called to toe held pur suant to the ordinances of the city of Ocala governing special elections to ap prove or disapprove of this said ordi nance. That the city council of the city of Ocala fee and it is hereby authorized by resolution to fix the date of said elections to e held, such elections to fee held separately in the said respective districts, .but upon the same day, and thirty days public notice of the time, purpose and place of said elections shall he given by proclamation issued by the mayor, which proclamation shall contain a copy of this ordinance. That Carmichael's ath pavilion at Silver Springs. Florida, be and It is here declared and constituted to be the polling place for the said election to be held in the district herein proposed be excluded, and the city hall of the city of Ocala is hereby declared to be the polling place for the election to be held in the said remaining district of the city not herein proposed to be ex cluded. If two-thirds of the registered -voters actually voting In each of said districts shall anorove of this ordinance, the council shall thereupon, by ordinance. declare the new limits oz saia city or town excluding therefrom the above described portion so excluded, ana saaii cause said ordinance, together with this ordinance, and the proclamation of the mayor herein provided for, and the cer tificate of the result of said election, to ber recorded in the records of the coun cil, and also in the clerk's office ta Markm county.. -Florida.. - v - bat fat-the ervant two4bixds of the registered voters actually vottnr tn. each of said elections shall approve this ordinance, than than ths above dsserih- f re- A DAY Tf ed district herein (proposed to be ex cluded, and the citizens thereof, shall thereby forever be released from the debts, duties or liabilities of said city of Ocala, and that all public property both real and tnersonal situate tn aaid j district herein proposed to be excluded. ana an rignts ana franchises therein belonging to said city of Ocala, at the time of such exclusion, shall be and remain the property of the city of Ocala. Section 3. That all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance be and the same are hereby repealed. Section 4. That this ordinance shall take effect Immediately upon its pass age and approval. That there shall be but one ballot box used at tbe election in the said district proposed to be excluded from the ter ritorial limits of the said city of Ocala. and the following are the inspectors and clerk therefor: T. T. Madden,' C CarmlchaeV D; N.'"Waldron. inspectors, and C. C. Bryant, clerk. There shall be two ballot boxes used at the election in tbs remaining district and for the box marked "A. to IT the following are the Inspectors and clerk therefor: O. B. Home, E. DeCsrop, F. W. Ditto, inspec tors, and Mrs. Walter Hood, clerk. For tbs box marked M to Z" H. H. Wheti tone, J. W. Johnson and B. 6. 6avags Jr. are inspectors and Miss Annie Davis, clerk. This the tb day of November. A. D. EUGENE O. PEEK. 10-5tlFri Mayor of the City of Ocala. What a Man Seeks. What a man seeks throe th his edo caUoa Is to get know himself and the world; next, that for his knowl edge it Is before all things necessary that he acquaint himself with the best which has been thought and said la tie, world; finally, that of this best the classics of Greece and Borne form si jvT. chief portion, and the portion 09ft entirely satisfactory. " With these tsoehisiens lodged safe la one's mind, s is stanch aa tha sldtrf; hsmtasA. f!a.-?.Titthew Arnold.' , .