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OGALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1922
, V iKeWiiaTbity OCALA 0BSERVA1IGES OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO RICHES HAVE WINGS: Laoour tot to be rich: cease from thine owb rtsdom. For riches certainly aaaka fcemselves wings ; they fly away. rroverbs 23: 4. 5. t NOTICE OF REMOVAL , I have moved my shoe repair shop to Gold street, east .of the Anthony mA T am better prepared than If you have any news items for this department, phone five-one. Mr. J. R. Brock of Statesboro, Ga., who has been spending a few days at Eastlake, is now in Ocala. (Evening Star Nov. 15, 1902) The first spelling bee held in Ocala for a long time took place at the arm ory last night. J The attendance was large and the sum of $40.90 was realized from the door receipts. The old-time' blueback speller was used and R.' L. Anderson- filled the position of spelling master, while Rev. W. C. Lindsay; acted as referee. Rev. L. B. Warren and Miss Sue Barco were the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand, who have been enjoying, a visit with Mr. . . - j : iDurand's brother. Mr. Frank Durand. I j v. 0VCT DlOrC ZO give you gOUU dcxtu. t 1 xyxnia auu catu vaivoc via a j wm ai xaiaua, uve iurUCu; uuinc. I ants. The spelling began and X. U Chamblisa was the first to sit down. rermize your pot plants ana lawn Mrs M Barc0 went down next, Those in need of my services please bring in their work and call for same. . H. H, SUMMJSKLIJN, 11-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer. Any one having rummage for the ladies of the Baptist church or who wish any information about sale, please call at once Mrs. Collins, 569, or Mrs. Floyd 432. 14-zt flowers with Albert's Jnt Food. Sold then M. Ballard. Miss Piatt. Lou in Zac., ouc. and $z packages at tne Court Pharmacy. 18-tf We can supply your wants in the fresh meat, poultry and vegetable line on short notice. Try us. Phone 103. Main Street Market. 1-tf REAL , ESTATE BARGAINS Five-acre orange grove in best orange section around Lake Weir. Produces 600 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 1 These are bargains. I have others. S. S. SAVAGE, Jr. " :.' REALTOR Food will perform wonders with your pot plants. Try it. Sold at the Court Pharmacy. tf Fruit cake, layer,' cake, pound cake and raisin cake (Gardner's) at Main Street Market. Phone 108. 10-tf BACKACHE IS DISCOURAGING Ocala, says: "I had kidney trouble and I suffered with a lame back. I had sharp pains through my kidneys when I swept or walked. My kidneys acted irregularly, causing much an noyance. I went to bed tired and got up tired and I surely felt miserable. I became so dizzy that I almost fell over. I was advised to try Doan's Kidney Pills so I bought a box at the Anti-Monoonly Drue Store.- Doan's quickly helped me and after using one box I was rid of the backache. I have used Doan's since then with equally as good results. Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney, remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same Mrs. Parker had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 2. Green, Mrs. Benton, E. C. Smith, Editor Frank Harris, Gen.. Robert Bullock and so on down the line. Mrs. William Sinclair was the last lady standing on Miss Barco's side and Mrs. F. E. Harris on Mr. Warren's side. R. A. Burford and A. E. Geng were the last cpntlemen on the floor. Mr. ana Mrs. ueorge rora oi jac- M Burforti went down and Mr. Geriir sonville, arrived in Ocala last night was acclaimed the champion of the Dy auxomoDue ana are ai me nume x pvpm--p.. Mr ry,an,w;ss and Mr. Bal Mr. B. A. Weathers. Mr. Weathers, lard ot the boobv prizes. Messrs. who has been in New York for some GeTig and Burford the first prizes of montns visnrag nis sons, is expeciea th. mQ!.i sides. Mr Gerie- be- home in a few days. Inno-Prl fn Mr. Warrpn' side and Mr. Burford to Miss Barco's. Delichtful A 25-cent package of Albert's Plant J instrumental music was enjoyed dur- ing the evening. Mrs. Carney and Mrs. Mclver and a quartet composed of Messrs. Tex Martin, Clifford An derson, Jake and Albert Gerig ren dered "A Spell" amid much laughter. D. E. Mvlver was the urbane door keeper, j' Below we 'give the list of prizes won by Marion county and; Marion county people at the state fair: ' Best collective exhibit from , one farm $50, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh. Best collective exhibit of any coun ty to embrace all products $350, Mar ion county, H. W. Long, commissioner in charge. Best bale of hay made of peanut vines $2, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh. Best bushel of velvet beans $2, L. P. Miller, Ocala. Best hill of cassava, one year's grown, $2, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh. Best Florida cured ham $5, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh. , Best Florida raised colt, two years old, J. R. Blackiston. Best Florida raised mule, two years old, J.-R. Blackiston. Best yearling boar,' W. M. Gist. Best boar, two sows and pen of four pigs, W. M. Gist, second. Best collective exhibit of certain Any one having rummage for the ladies ,of the Baptist church .or who wish any information about sale, please call at once Mrs. Collins, 569, or Mrs. Floyd 432. 14-2t Mr. and Mrs. Lynne Walker of Jacksonville spent the week-end in Ocala with Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Akin. Mr. and Mrs. Walker were married in Jack sonville on the 12th of November, Mrs. Walker before her marriage was Mrs. Dorothy Mobley and made her home in Ocala. for several months with her parents. Mr. Walker has But Not So Bad If You Know How to Reach the Cause Nothing more discouraging than a a position with the traction company constant backache. Lame when you I in Jacksonville and served his time Kite iJETELra 2H? J th rid before being gassed rest. Backache often indicates bad and wounded. The friends of this lridnevs: Ocala neoole recommend I couple extend to them their best Doan's Kidney Pills. Ask your neigh- wishes for their future happiness. .JKXnK W Mr: nd Mrs- Walker are making their home in Riverside, Jacksonville. We buy second-hand furniture! Ap ply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex position street. 10-tf The more our customers see of our methods of handling fresh meats, the Come to. see us. Phone 108. tf better we like it. Main Street Market Nowadays a smart king keeps on goqd terms with his army. Detroit News. ' FREE TICKET TO THE FAIR Plumbing & Electrical ' Contracting Full line of material always in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully given. PHONE 252 Needham. Motor Co. 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 v them. SPENCER - PEDRICK MOTOR CO. PHONE 8 We want all our friends and pat rons to go to the fair on Thursday, November 30th. Come to the Phillips Drug Store and purchase $5.00 worth of standard goods and we, will give you one ticket to the fair. (This list is only a suggestive one. You can change the items to suit yourself): One Durham Duplex Razor and three blades $1.00 One bottle of Dr. Beach's Blood Purifier One Dr. West Tooth Brush One bottle Vick's Salve One bottle Red Cross Liniment. One Meg-Lac Tooth Paste One . box Talcum Powder. One box R. C. R. Pills One Bottle Arapahoe Tonic... 1.00 .50 .35 i ....... ... Wi. TVgVbUUlVO) V t-. $2, J. J. Tillis, Martel. Best floral exhibit, diploma and $25, Ocala Greenhouse. Best exhibit of Florida woods, di ploma, O. W. Reagan, Ocala. Ocala Ten Years Ago (Evening Star Nov. 15, 1912) All the powers will be fools if they allow the Turks or any other single nation to control the Bo'sphorus and the Dardanelles. Those straits should be free to the commerce of the world and no forts should menace them. Mr. James Anderson, formerly a much esteemed citizen of Ocala, but of late years a resident of South Florida, died at 5:30 o'clock yester day at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Strunk, on Wenona street. The sad news has been received here of the death of Mrs. J. J. Easter ling of N Montezuma, Ga. Mrs. East- erling was about sixty-seven years old and one of the most ' beloved women of Montezuma. She was the sister of Mrs. J. A. Walters of this city, who went to Montezuma three ii L. ALEXANDER PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Careful estimates made on all eon- tract work. Gives more and better work for the money than any other ontrmctor in ut city. .25 I wees aS to help nurse her. :50 .25! 25 1.00! Judge Joseph Bell and Deputy Sheriff Brigance went out early this morning to the swamp along Silver Springs and returned in time for lata breakfast, bringing two fine fat tur key goblers' which they brought down while on 'the wing. The Arabs are famed for their hos pitality. If a man comes beneath an Let us smmlv vonr o.o T?0... AraDS roor he Js an honored guest, onable prices and prompt delivery our ?ut of trade has the Arabs siogan. Mam street Market.- Phone $5.10 PHILLIPS DRUG STORE, n-zt Ocala. Fla. 15-22 C CECIL BRYANT AUDITOR Income Tax Consultant Phone 4S1 Bine Room 23, Holder Block JCOTICK WORSE PHAZE Mrs. J Dad husban' er mine ht done break man haht. Mrs. 3d Dat's nuffln. honey. Mah husban', he break da furniture 108. 1-tf "If my colleagues in the United States Senate could have seen me in my kitchen the morning after I was appointed Senator, hunting- my old apron to put on before preparing my own breakfast, undoubtedly they would have exclaimed, "What are we coming to?" Thus spake Mrs. William H. Felton, first woman member of the Senate in a recent interview. "The call of the age is for partnership in the family, in the church, in state and national affairs, between men and wo men. It is not myself," she said, speaking of her appointment, "it is the recognition of womanhood and what it win mean to the incoming generations." beat a mile. At Wednesdav nirfit's meeting a stranger walked in, took a baek seat and at once sank into peace ful slumber. He had accuniulated a three-story jag but i this had not blinded him to the fact, that the gathering was composed of distin guished and honorable looking men, and he trusted his destiny to them with implicit faith. He was not de ceived, for after the meeting they took him to a hotel and gave the porter a tip to put him to bed. "I WANT TO THINK' IT OVER" I 1 W I SQUIRREL PHILOSOPHY Hungry Squirrel I'll bet no Qreat oak will grow from this acorn. JUST SO. They say rrata coming la style araln. With eats, I preauma. Of Imumc ff Special Amwuit Or ttfleatc By the City f 0wla "WHEREAS, the owners of the real estate which , Is described la the copy of notices of special assessments &&&tnst same toy; the -city of Ocala for 'street pavln? can not toe located within the corporate limits of the said city of Ocala; therefore toe It RESOLVED toy the city cooncu of tho city of Ocala, that a copy of this reso lution together with a copy of the at tached copies of notices of the Issuance of epeclal assessment certificates to r published in Ocala Star, a newspaper published In the city of Ocala, In Mar-. ion county, Florida, once each wees: zor four consecutive weeks. Ocala. Florida. Oct. 11. 192. TO CNKXOWK: You are hereby notified that the city council of' the city of Ocala on the llth day of July. A. D. 1921. levied an as- sessment against the following oescno- ed property, to-wit: Commence at nortneast corner or block 57 Old Survey Ocala. west 119 feet, south 102 feet, east 119 feet. ' north 102 feet, of $254.42, as the pro- I portionate cost for paying waanington. street with asphalt tolocic This assessment is payable in ten equai annual installments, said installments being payable annually after date.. The failure to pay any installment or any Interest- due hereon when the same shall toe due shall at the option of the holder hereof render the entire sum then unpaid hereon, both principal and interest, to be at once due and payable. This assessment bears interest at the rate of 8 per centum per annum. (Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK. City Clerk. NOTICE Tl haveTcut the price of strand wood 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 NOTICE The city council will 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 Chero-Cola Bottling Works, occupan cy given February 20th, 1923. H. a Sistrunk, City Clerk. W. K. Lane, M. physician uni surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose nai throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent storq Ocala, Fla. tf IS axe Horsivs. WHAT DID HE MEANT ! Hippo: What did that pertar mean when he said he'd batUr flva me a "wide berth r TEMPORARILY HANDICAPPED. Reginald: I mat' that French no bleman. Count da Brie, today. Evelyn: Really! la he, a brilliant conversationalist ? Reginald: "Well, no, not at present., He dislocated his shoulders in the war. Ocala, Florida, Oct. 11. 192Z. TO ABRAHAM SIMMONS: You are hereby notified that the city council of the city of Ocala on the llth day of September. A. D. 1922. levied an assessment against the following described property, to-wit: I Beginning at the southwest " corner of the intersection of Main street and May street in the city of Ocala, west 13 3-10 feet, north IOC 8-10 feet, east 1C fi 1A AA- j. . a ft afAat . hafiAA south along said Main street 10 9-10 ' feet to p. o. ft. Also beginning at tne southeast corner of the intersection of Main -and May streets in the city of Ocala, Florida, running thence east 24 7-10 feet, thence north IOC 8-10 feet. thence west 24 7-10 feet, to Main street. thence south along said Main street to point of beginning, of $751.12. as the proportionate cost for paving North Main street with asphalt oiocx. This assessment Is payable In ten equal annual installments, said Installments being payable annually afterdate. The failure to pay any installment or any Interest due hereon when the same shall -be due shall at the option of the noiaer nereoi renaer xne enure biud then unpaid hereon, both principal and interest, to be at once due and payable. This assessment bears Interest at the rate of 8 ter centum per annum. (Seal), H. c. S1STKUN.K, city ciera. Ocala, Florida, Oct. 11 1SJJ. TO EIXA W. DITTO, CECIL. DITTO AND RALPH DITTO: You are hereby notified that the city council of the city of Ocala on the 19th day of September, A. D. 1922, levied an assessment against the xouowing De scribed oronerty. to-wit: Northwest quarter fractional block 81 Old Survey Ocala. of 1259.31. as the pro- rt l I i m If ...T 1. 1 portionate cost tor avmg rsonn tuam rlonda Lady was is a miserable street with asnnait block. v c . c CL r? I I tois assessment is vayaoie m leacqw UHHUUOn, OIU oaj OilC ruuuu i annual Installments, said Installments, I aTtirn HolnFnl anfl loeing payaoie annuany alter oaie. x-ne laraUl neipiUI, ana . I failure to pay any Installment or any Hfll W ll I interest due hereon when .the same AJUl SICU . l-h.11 .Kail o V, Milni Af holder hereof render the entire sum then unnald hereon, both principal and Ahha. Fla. In cxclalninz how she iPJ?rest' to oe " ?e .""rarsi ii A,.- . 11 ins assessment vears miereL i uim f.' I rate per cer-tum -oer annum. place, said: "I became so weakened it was an effort Sr me to get around. I knew what was e matter, but I felt like 1 couldn't give UD. - "1 JUSI araggea, ana I cenaimy was I assessment against the ioiiowmg oe- nerVOUS.' I was 80 reSUeSS 1 COUICI noi scrioea propertyv co-wix: '5 frit I rZJt iJwVaH Survey Ocala, except 92 feet east and tret about. It is a most miseraoie anal.... ' AT1 nf S9 31. tii Tm- SUCh a helpless feeling. I portionate cost for paving North Main i wnniri oft nenressea ana our on street witn asnnait oiock. i.Mrt - . I u-nis assessment is payaDie in xenequa m IFh(taII man and a long beard happens to tap on your window pane some night within the Rext few weeks, will 70a ait np in bed and say to him: 1 want to think this over. Moreover, I've got a life insur ance deal on that I want to pot through. Yon go away until I make np my mind. , But he will not go away. Now yon think that over. THE EQUITABLE r LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY ' of tbe UNITED STATES ItS Bioedway New York City ALBERT E. GERIG Representative Ocala, Florida CHANGE OF LIFE (Seal) H. C.. SISTRUNK. City Clerk. Ocala, Florida. Oct. 11. 1922. TO UNKNOWN: You are-hereby notified that the city council of the city of Ocala on the 19th day of September, A. D. 1922, levied an v. m $mmt anrhH hr mi I annual Installments, said installni VI began tO feel, after awMejttere was payable annually after date, no Use to try tO get well. This IS aUj failure to pay any installment or WOODSTOCK. 10-3t CAUSE FOR JOY 1at Oyater: Why ao Joyous? 2nd Oyster: The doctor's aaya wa have very little food valua. IT NEVER HAPPENED The world ma a liv ing. , Maybe a but t have ' lived htre for a great many years and owes installments The or any WTOne. for it makes a person WOrse. I Interest due hereon when the same "I had neara ox uaraui, ana mougni 11 1 z "" " mlgnt strengthen me. . A neignoor naa ithen nnpai(j hereon, both principal and USeO It Willi gOOO results. .1 tnteTest, to be at once due and payable. "1 took One bottle (Of Cardui), then II This assessment bears Interest at the StW 1 wasn't SO neTVOUS. SO kept it up. rat , of 8 per ntnm. per annum. "Qradually the nervousness len me.i 1 bean to eat and sleep better. Was! ocaia. Florida. Oct. 11. 1922. toon well, and all right Cardui did I to c. u gamsby.- wonders for me. ana I Certain! y OOI you are Hereby notinea tnat tne city nSEP - h.tu hwrii. I day r October, A. D. 1922, levied an Thousands of other women re writ- against the following de ten, to tell of the beneficial results obtain- 8cribed .property, to-wit: ed bv takinff Cardui. ana tO recommena i 57 ieet east ana west on east aiae nthTrc I of lot 28 CaldweU'B addition, Ocala, of UlOUUlCia. ..a . .lt754 4S a th nryrtortionate eoat for Sold everywhere. I ry U. riVl Wenona 1 or Herbert street with aspnait oioca., TKf. a umaamon 1 tva Vfl.'hlA In ATI MTTiml AMENDMENTS" TO (annual Installments, .said Installments being payable annually after date, xne failure to pay any installment or any interest due hereon when the same shall be due shall at the opt Ion. of the holder hereof render the entire fun then unpaid hereon, both principal and Interest, to be at once due and payable. NOTICE OF CHARTER OF MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION Notice Is hereby given that the MARION COUNTY HOSPITAL ASSO CIATION will apply to the Honorable j This assessment beara Interest at the l-va yet t. ae. f the ClrcuitCourt of the Fifth rate SlTRL Oerk. the world run ning around hunting Up 2'jy to hand living to. Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for Marion county, at his office in Ocala, Florida, on the 2nd day of December,, 1922, to approve amendments to ec- tiona 1. 6. 9 and 10 of Its Charter, sol Ocala, Floriaa, Oct. 11, 1922. TO MRS. HUB IE C CONNOR AND MRS. RUBIE C. CONNOK, TKUb TEE FOR JAMES E. CONNOR: You are hereby notified that the city .v.. ..m xu.Mnna ioii a a fni. Icoimcil of the city of Ocala on the 9th VW " 1 . I . . . A A J. . - . . aar oi vecooer, a. u. iw, u Iowa: "Section 1. The name of this cor- Inoratlon. which corporation la not for profit, shall be MARION GENERAL. HOSPITAL. ASSOCIATION, to be locat ed in Ocala, Florida." "Section f. The affairs oi mis cor poratlon shall be managed by the assessment asrainat the following de scribed property, to-wit: . Commencing v a reel soutn oi norxn west corner of lot O of Caldwell's addi tion to the city of Ocala, thence south 407 feet, thence east 46.2 feet, north 407 feet, thence west 4SC.C2 feet, ox $1144.40, as the proportionate cost tor President, Secretary and Treasurer, l,paving Lake Weir avenue with asphalt and a board of seven managers, known I kiv - a a ih, Rnird nf Manasrera The Presi- i ra.i. ! mnM In (m mniil dent. Secretary and Treasurer shall be J anai installments,, said Installments three memoers oi tne ooara, . w i bein? payable annually alter aate. xne TUAir' AiPl I leiecieu ai we avuuuiu u!ciua . T . I failure to pay any mnaiuoeiii w i nuSt ' " .mh.F, Af 1a vorrMira.tion. which 1,-. jt.,- wti.n tti .a&m Beta: He'a handaoma ana a great annuai meeting shall be held on thel8h&11 be &w shall at the option of the soldier too! second xueaaay aiier me ari oz i bolder hereof render tne entiro aum Jess: Judging from tho number or Manners may filled unUl StTreXTo be at onCrdue pa7ab hla- cngagemanta, he must bo. the next annual meeting of the Asso-JTnis assessment bears Interest at the elation oy tne vote oi me majonij "'Irate of 8 per centum per annum. FORCE OF HABIT. Physician's Wife: Now, my 1 dear. h, TmilTifne manairers. "Section 9. The ngnest mouai o& indebtedness or liability to which this corporation may at any time suojeci itself shall be Ten Thousand Dollars; PBnvroED. HOWEVER, that this you must- posi- I corporation may suojeci iiseti yv tlvely forget shop, lcified bonded or mortgage , indebtedness lars in addition to tne sua nn j.nvu sand Dollars, for the purpose of pur chasing land and constructing thereon. and equipping ana ranuinuus ing or buildings to be used in connec tion with or as a part of its HosintaL and for the purpose of refunding and discharging any bonded or mortgage indebtedness existing ai m the approval of this amendment, or for any one or more of the above pur- lf yon ars going into society with me. Her Hubby: What have I done ? Physician's Wife: Why. yoa feel the pulse of; every body who extends poses. a hand. "Section 10. The amount ana vaiue WOODSTOCK. of the real estate which this corpora- v-i r.H4ajt tn the annroval 10-3t I of the Circuit Judge shall be FORTY THOUSAND DOIAKS." MARION COUNT X Mucsirii a l nw . CIATION. JJI x. x. iBuiwx., Il-1-Wed5t President. Albert's Plant rood la tne thing for making1 your flower garden and pot plants bloom. It is ' odorless and is J me Duy gecond-hand furniture. Ap- gold in 25c and 10c packages and ply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex- (Seal) H. C SISTRUNK. City Clerk. -t Oeala. Fla.. Oct. 11,. 1922. TO MRS. MARTHA LANQr : You are hereby notinea tnat tne w council of the city of Ocala on the 9th day ef October. A. D. 192Z. levieo am assessment against tne wubwu, -scribed property, to-wit: - - 248 feet north and. south by 41s feet, east and west tn the southwest corner of lot XV caidweii s aoarara, "---j of 1978.51, as tbe proportionate coet for paving Lake Weir avenue with a phalt block. - . tMk i .t.iim.nt, t i1 mstai imemta being payable annually after date. The failure to pay any W3"". Interest due Hereon w.ic v rrr shall be duo shall at the non of ie holder hereof 'render the ente anua then unpaid hereon, oota v 'iT Interest, to be at once due This assessment bears Interest at tho rate of 8 per centum Pr annunx tal) k c. eiOTRUNK. City CTerk. . BE TT FURTHER RESOLVED that the copy of this resolution " Ph ed ,,Xn be dated as of this day by the, "nycltrk of the city of Ocala dshaa be subacrlbed by him as city dark ef the city of Ocala. TbU Jth day of gib&?'-Wed-lS-6t Clerk of the City of Ocala.