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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 288
1Y BE IMPEACHED
Representative Keller Also Has
"Fourteen Points," and They Are
Pointing at Daugherty
Washington, Dec. 2. (Associated
Press). The statement of formal
charges by Representative Keller, set
ting forth the fourteen specific ;
grounds on which he seeks the im
Oil IKE WARPATH
Summary- Execution of Officers At j Warm Welcome for Clemenceau
Athens Was Too Rank For j The Oldtime "Gateway
Their Stomachs To The West"
Rome, Dec. 2. (By the Associtaed
Press). A serious Greek counter rev revolutionary
olutionary revolutionary outbreak has occurred in
Patras and Missolonghi on the Gulf
of Patras, and in western Thrace on
peachment of Attorney General j the island of Corfu, where the Brit Brit-Daugherty,
Daugherty, Brit-Daugherty, have been submitted" to j ish flag is reported to have been rais-
the House judiciary committee, which
meets Monday to consider the charges.
Keller sent a letter to Chairman Vol Volstead,
stead, Volstead, declaring the specifications
were "set out and I am prepared to
prove Daugherty guilty of serious
misconduct in office."
ed as a result of indignation over the
recent Greek executions, says a mes message
sage message received from Athens.
St. Louis, Dec. 2. (By Associated
Press). Georges Clemenceau, war wartime
time wartime premier of France, who is tour touring
ing touring the United States on a good will
expedition, faced a busy program here
the second day of his visit to St.
Louis. A public reception, an auto-
Considerable Number Gathered In
Washington With Intent to Re Revamp
vamp Revamp The Country
Washington, Dec. 2. (Associated
Press). More than 100 progressives
from all parts of the country are here
to participate in an open conference
discussion cf progressive legislative
aims and purposes with nearly two two-score
score two-score senators and representatives.
MARION TAXPAYERS WIPING
SCHOOL DEBT OFF THE MAP
mobile parade and delivery of the who met yesterday to form another
fourth of his addresses intended to j unofficil bloc in Congress to further
cement closer relations between j these aims during the present and
Fiance and the United States were ; next session of Congress. The morn-
INTENDS TO PUT
THE HATCHET AWAY
Nov. 30 deficit as reported . $6,956.63
Additional collections Nov.
But Soviet Russia Will
Handle a Good. Handclasp Out
Leave The Corrected deficit, night of
Nov. 30th $6,336.82
Collections Dec. 1st 69.48
Moscow, Dec. 2. (By Associated
Press.) The disarmament confer conference,
ence, conference, which officials believe will be the
most important meeting ever held for
the bettering of relations between
Russia and neighboring states, open opened
ed opened her today. In addition to the reduc reduction
tion reduction of the armies, it is expected neu neutralization
tralization neutralization of the Baltic and .settle-
Deficit night of.Dec. 1st $6,267.34
the main events scheduled for the
"Tiger" before his departure for Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City tonight.
LET THEM STAY LOST
Absence of Tiernan and Family Best
Thing About Them
HASN'T THE DOUGH
An Associated dispatch from Lon
don says: Sir Eric Geddes did some
very plain talking about German
ment of neutral zones on the frontiers reparations as the guest of the
will be discussed. Thirty Club, of London, recently. This
club is an association of advertising
MUCH TRUCK MOVING experts. When in parliament Sir
OUT OF SUMTER was noe fr ns straightfor
ward style of speech, and since he be-
Center Hill. Dec. 2. Center Hill came a Business man again ne is more
has started with a rush to uphold the outspoken than ever.
reputation of Sumter county as Flor- "In 1918 I was a politician," he
ida's banner truck shipping section by saia ana 1 saia inen inat we snouia
having moved since the shipping sea- nt maKe a ieusn 01 reparations; mat
son begun a little over three weeks we mignt nna reparations a ooome-
ago more than 40,000 hampers of fang, ana tnat tne aemanamg 01
beans of the fall crop. The beans Sat sums trom uermany mignt ne
have brought from $3 to $3.25 a ham- pad. I nearly lost my seat over that
per on the railroad platform and more statement, and 1 had to hedge a on.
than $100,000 cash already has been e was under no necessity 01 doing
paid to truckers. The total fall crop any hedging before the thirty Club,
of beana here is expected to reach he continued. "What I said in 1918
about 60,000 hampers while the spring has come absolutely true now," he de-
crop, to be planted in January, Febru- dared. "We were absolutely wrong,
ary and March, usually averages from as allies, in trying to get the last
Chicago, Dec. 2. (By Associtaed
Press) John P. Tiernan has not been
committed to the Cook county psy psychopathic
chopathic psychopathic hospital this morning on the
writ issued by Judge Reicheimer last
night and the whereabouts of Tiernan
and his wife and three children are
ing session of the conference was call called
ed called as an open forum for the exposi exposition
tion exposition of progressive opinion.
MEETING OF FLORIDA
In Jacksonville Next Week, to Plan
More Work for the Organization
The annual meeting of the Florida
Development Board will be held in
Jacksonville on Tuesday, and among
other things consideration will be
given to the matter of enlarging the
scope of the organization. A com-
Tiernan left with his fam- mittee of five from the chambers of
Two Million Dollars Worth of Dam Damage
age Damage Done to the Old North
Newbern, N. C, Dec. 2. (By the
Associated Press). Property damage
estimated at two million dollars, loss
TO BE STIRRED UP
Federal Prohibition Commissioner
Karnes Has Begun a Tour
Of tlie South
Washington, Dec. 2. (Associated
Press). Prohibition Commissioner
Haynes left this morning for a per-
of employment of 500 persons, de- j sonal survey of enforcement conditions
struction of homes of approximately
18 00 persons and one fatality was the
tell of the fire which swept through
the town yesterday. With the ap approach
proach approach of dawn the firemen finally
conquered the flames and were replac replaced
ed replaced by soldiers who guarded the heaps
of household goods scattered over the
town. The mayor called a mass meet meeting
ing meeting to take actio 1 toward relieving
HUNDREDS OF TERREBONNE
PEOPLE ARE HOMELESS
Entire Lower Part of Their Town
Destroyed by Fire Yesterday
ily when he learned the writ had been
issued at the behest of his wife's sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Frances Pulaski, who as asserted
serted asserted it her belief that Tiernan was
OLDENBURG ISSUES LOAN
BASED ON VALUE OF RYE
Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Dec. 1 A lit
eral application is being given here to
commerce of the state will meet with
the board with a view to working out
seme changes that will make for
closer co-operation with the various
commercial bodies. Louis H. Chazal,
secretary of the Marion County
Chamber of Commerce, represents the
second congressional district on the
committee of five. He will go to
Jacksonville tomorrow afternoon to
the poetic phraseology "golden grain." j confer with members of the commit-
$250,000 to 300,000 hampers.
penny out of Germanv. We cannot
get it because it is not there.
KTi 1 "XT
SIIFRIFF WAS OlTIfK xt ls no use cnasing a mirage, iou
nv tuv cnnftT can only et reparations out 01 uer
many Dy eitner money or gooas. &ne
has no money, and if you take her
goods it will mean unemployment
here. If the leaders of thought could
bring that home to our people, it
would be a good thing for this coun
"I have just come from Germany
They are desperate there. There will
never be a strong government until
near where r-r -j. -w-6.
i-T ." TT TT.i'l 1
Tl a ; n-n-r uieir uwu anairb. until we anu our
o uiiii. -uii waa icpuiicu 111 tiiuiiig. jcj-
Corsicana, Texas, Dec. 2. (By the
Associtaed Press). Terry Grayson, a
negro, uncle of L. Johnson, the negro
sought in connection with an attempt
ed attack on the wife of Sheriff Mayo
of Freestone county, was shot and
killed this morning by Sheriff Mayo,
according to a phone message receiv
ed here. The sheriff said he killed
Grayson at his heme
son is said to have leveled a pistol at alJies me down to bed-rock, find out
Mflvo whn fired wnat Germany can pay, ana ten tnem
so, there will be no improvement.
When we do that Germany will try to
pay, if possible. But you cannot en enslave
slave enslave a nation of seventy millions for
Operating the principle that "rye is
gold", the state of Oldenburg is is issuing
suing issuing "rye money" on the following
The state needs 150,000,000 marks.
In order to raise that sum notes will
be used bearing a specific value in rye.
Whoever acquires one of these notes
will pay whatever is the current mar market
ket market vaue of the amount of rye in
which it is quoted, together with a
fixed rate of interest. The notes are
to be redeemable after four years.
If rye is then worth ten times its
present vaue, the holder will realize
ten-fold on his note, and similarly will
lose if the rye market has slumped.
As rye is selling now, the note is issue
sue issue of 150,000,000 marks will be equi equivalent
valent equivalent to approximately 53,600 cent
ners (about 105,286 bushels) of rye.
This is considered an extraordinarily
small quantity compared with the us usual
ual usual Oldenburg harvest.
It is foreseen that other sections
of Germany may follow this state's
example, since the local experiment
represents one of the first attempts
to find a stable basis of transaction
in view of the mark's irregular fluctuations.
Terrebonne, Quebec, Dec. 2. (By
the Associtaed Press). Four hun hundred
dred hundred persons are homeless as the re result
sult result of the fire which last night wiped
out the entire low7er part of the town
and destroyed seventy-five residences
and store buildings, including the
town hall and postoffice. A large
section of the town has been mowed
down by the blaze.
in the South, which wil Itake him as
far as New Orleans and will include
visits to practically every important
southern city. He is expected to take
up with the directors in several south southern
ern southern states the question of prospective
changes in the organization.
STOOD FROM UNDER
At Washington of James R. Mann,
Who Had Served Second Illinois
District Twenty-five Tears
Washington, Dec 2. (Associtaed
Press). Simplicity marked arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the funeral services in the
hall of the House of Representatives
for James R. Mann of Illinois, whose
death Thursday night ended a career
in that body of more than a quarter
of a century. The services, which will
be the first conducted in the hall of
the House since that honor was paid
Champ Clark in 1921, will be impress
ive but simple. The body will then be
taken to Chicago by the widow and a
Atlanta, Dec. 2. (By Associtaed congressional escort lor Dunai jaon-
Press). Neufield T. Jones, assistant day-
prohibition director and head of the
field forces in Conr h A UUWEN GIVCN TlliS liUUJiCB
effective Dec. 5th. to enter orivate
business, it is announced. His with- barges of Cruelty Against bopena-
drawal from the service has been ac- tendent of Jacksonville Prison
cepted by Commissioner Haynes. Farm Seem to Have Stock
INFLUENCE AT LAUSANNE
Washington, Dec. 2. That the ad- generations.
ministration believes the achievements
J ll A A A il
01 tne American delegates at tne CARD OF THANKS
Tijuisanne Near Flast. neare conference
will surpass the imagination, was e desire to thank the doctor and
made known at the White House ves- minister and others for their kindness
terday in connection with a statement and. thou5htfulness during the illness
of behalf of President Harding that and deatn of our mother, D. W. Hall
confidential renorts showed so far ev- and aIs0 for the Pretty flral tributes
ervthinc is "coins- alone- fine and most at the funeral
0toMw Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dean.
America "is not without her pro
per influence at Lausanne," in the How is it possible for women to un
view of the administration. The derstand politics, when they have to
United States, it was declared, also depend almost entirely on their hus-
There will be the regular quarterly
meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of
the Presbyierian church Monday, Dec.
4th, at 3:30 p. m., at the. church. Some
matters of importance are to come up,
and a full attendance is desired.
Mary M. McDowell, Sec'y.
SEABOARD WILL USE
GASOLINE MOTOR CARS
All Master Masons of Marion-Dunn
Lodge No. 19, F. & A. M., cordially
invited to be present at the laying of
the cornerstone of Leesburg Temple,
Sunday, Dec. -3rd, at 2 p. m. Brother
S. B. Wright will be in charge of the
ceremonies. B. L. Adams, Sec'y.
Bradentown, Dec. 2. The Seaboard
Air Line has arranged to place gaso gasoline
line gasoline propelled motor cars on another
of its small subsidiaries. It has been
announced here that this service
would become effective on the East
and West Coast railroad between
Bradentown and Arcadia December
20. Operation of the cars will afford
a better schedule for it will make one
round trip daily and supplement the
service now accorded by the mixed
freight and passenger train which
makes a round trip a day. The sched schedule
ule schedule of the motor car will be such that
passengers can leave Fort Myers in
the morning on the Atlantic Coast
Line, change at Arcadia, come to
Bradentown, and return to Fort My Myers
ers Myers the same night.
TURKS WANT FULL
CONTROL OF THEIR TOWN
Lausanne, Dec. 2. (By Associated
Press). The question of Turkish ca capitulations
pitulations capitulations was on the Near East con
ference program for discussion today.
Ismet Pasha and his associates are
preparing to make a hard fight to
sustain the claim of the Kemalist gov
ernment that it has successfully ter terminated
minated terminated special privileges accorded
foreigners under the Constantinople
Jacksonville, Dec. 2. (By the Asso
citaed Press). Byron Parker became
THE DEMOCRATS superintendent of -the city prison
farm today following dismissal by ths
senate Kepubiicans All l angled Up city commission of J. A, Bowen. act-
About The Dyer Anti-Lynch- ing superintendent, after an Investi-
ing Statute gation of charges that he mistreated
Washington, Dec. 2. Associated
Press). With the extra session of WORLD'S LIVESTOCK SHOW
Congress drawing to a close, Senate
republicans took counsel among them
READY TO OPEN
selves today as to means of bringing L. H. v ... r, A
U t J nG T-T !? l-n Hay Show, to be open here tomorrow
against the Dyer anti-lynching bill, so &J fm .
as to obtain confirmation for about
1500 presidential nominations before
adjournment. Abandonment of the
T)"ff "Kill W9C Vtt 4-Via may.
ference prior to today's session but Plal be the largest ever attemp-.
ceed all previous sessions in numbers,
quality and representation of Jive-
stock, while the grain and hay dis-
no decision was reached,
ments were made for a
caucus late in the day.
Probably the only real feasible way
of stabilizing the mark would be to
start the furnace fire with about 99
per cent, of them. Ohio State Journal.
A man who had ben shot in the leg
was arrested in New York for hold holding
ing holding up traffic. The only way to avoid
being arrested in a New York shoot shooting
ing shooting scrap is to be the man who does
the shooting. Nashville Southern
If the women keep on shooting, the
stores will soon begin to advertise:
"Tin Shirts for Husbands." New
to1 R TT TToislo gvMfanr.nimmr
" announced last night.
More than thirty of the leading
agricultural organization of the cotm-
ri-ir will hnrn thoii annngl fmv0TL
UNUSUAL CHRISTENING gether with the first national Boys
Key West, Dec. 2. The Rev. Dr. E.1and Girls' club exposition, which
L. Ley, pastor of the Memorial Meth- meets this year as an offspring of the
odist Episcopal church here conducted Parent organization.
an unusual ceremony a few days ago Prize winning animals numbering
when he christened four of his grand- approximately 10,000 are entered
daughters, whose ages varied only f rom virtually every state in the Unit-
five months. One of the four was at- ed States, and sections of Canada,
tired in the same dress in which he Mr- Heide said. These represent all
grandmother was christened forty- breeds cattle and sheep, many of
four years ago in Key West by the them fresh from other shows in whicn
Rev. J..C. Ley, father of Dr. E. L. they had taken first awards.' More
Ley. The four granddaughters are tnan eighty pre cent, of the first prize
the children of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Ley, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ley and Mrs.
Harry Hayward and Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Ley Jr.. of Jacksonville.
desires to be helpful at the confer
ence, although this government, "or
at least this administartion, had noth nothing
ing nothing to do with the Near East situa situation
tion situation or what brought it about."
Constantinople correspondent cables
that Americans are as safe in Turkey
as they would be in New York or
Chicago. In that case, it would ap appear
pear appear as if the government should lose
no time in getting Americans out of
Turkey.- Rochester Post-Express.
band for their political education?
It's hard enough it best, for legis
lators to keep their mind on their
At the same time it was declared business. And now a 23-year old girl
that the American government does has been elected to the Missouri legis-
not believe any action or non-action lature. Nashville Tennessean.
on its part has any effect on the sit
The difference betwen America's
capitol and America's capital is that
one is in Washington and the other
is tax-free securities. St. Thomas
One of the most unique marriages
ever witnessed in Ocala was the event
on Wednesday evening, Nov. 29th, at
Covenant Baptist church, when Mrs.
S. A. Gowens and J. T. Certain of
Philadelphia, Pa., were reunited in
wedlock after having been separated
for fifty years. Promptly at eight
o'clock the bride of sixeyt-eight years
was escorted up the center aisle of
the church by her niece, Mrs. Lizzie
Counts and the groom by their daugh daughter's
ter's daughter's husband, T. C. Scott of Niagara
Falls, N. Y. The bride was attired in
a beautiful silvery gray silk dress,
with hat, gloves and veil to match.
The groom was at his best in conven conventional
tional conventional black. After the marriage cere cere-monev
monev cere-monev thev tassed out of the church
Ambassador Harvey, not withstand- j wn!le showers of rice were thrown
ing, we don't believe the Ten Com- ; th and thev receiVed many con-
Poor newly wedded Mr. Hohenzol Hohenzol-lern
lern Hohenzol-lern all hitched up and no place to go.
The former Kaiser's abdication oc oc-cured
cured oc-cured when he got married the other
day. Milwaukee Journal.
w inners in the cattle and sheep clas
ses of last year's show are on hand
to defend their honors.
"The eastern states will be especial
ly well represented in the draft horse
The way things are tending it will classes a feature of the 1922 show-
soon be easier for a woman to get a and emphasize the fact that the
seat m any legislative body in the motor driven vehicles have not super-
country than in a street-car. Ro- seded the original motive power.
Chester Post-Express. Mr. Heide declared.
Corn classes in the grain show in-
Lecturers will keep on coming elude 2200 samples while the wheat
across just as long as Americans exhibits indicate an exciting contest
keep coming across.Peterborough f or tne honor of 'Wheat KinsT stat-
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 uniced refrig refrigerator.
erator. refrigerator. She stops taking ice at hot summer's end; she thinks cold
weather sufficient protection.
And it would cost her only e. few cents a day to make sure that
the food is protected.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company
ed Mr. Reide.
Six hundred boys and girls, who
were successful competitors in con
tests staged by farm club leaders, are
eligible to attend the meeting, Mr.
Reide said. The program of speakers
includes some of the prominent agri agricultural
cultural agricultural authorities of the nation, to
be interspersed with a variety of en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. Pure bred live stock
sales will be conducted by the various
In Japan, a bride carries a short
sword in the wedding, ceremony; in
America she gets a automatic immed-
H iately after the ceremony Colombia
uatlon in Greece. This statement
was made on behalf of a letter he has
received from Paxon Hibben, who is
now in this country after a residence
of several years in the Near East.
Although no further comment was
made at the White. House on the let letter,
ter, letter, it is understood that Mr. Hibben
took the position that if the United
States had recognized the Constan Constan-tine
tine Constan-tine government subsequent events,
such as the execution of former cab cabinet
inet cabinet members would never have occurred.
I mandments were ever the exclusive ; sratulations from the large audience
Eventually Europe will be saved in property of the men. At least they I 'v? witnessed the ceremony. They
AN EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUY
Nine-room house in especially good
condition, with bath and all modern
conveniences, located on lot 72 by 120
feet on newly paved street, near post post-office.
office. post-office. Unusually low price for quick
sale. l-2-6t S. S. Savage, Jr.
spite of every effort to cave
her. never keep them. Philadelphia
went directly home in a car to the
! Marion House, where they will reside
; for a short time. Rev. S. H. Shaw of of-'
' of-' ficitaed.
The nerve of those horrible Turks,
ordering foreign troops out of theii
capital! Peoria Star.
A PERSONALLY PLANNED PROGRAM
BUSINESS MEN'S BIBLE CLASS
Sunday Morning. 9:45 O'clock
There is just one thing you can say
for the Turk. He doesn't claim that
j he is doing it for the sake of the
weaker peoples. Rochester Times-Union.
$ MACK TAYLOR, Pres.
The new congressmen riding the
fence on prohibition question will now ;
, join in singing "Nobody knows how
i drv I am." Norfolk Virginit-Pilot.
Germany is asking for more time; j
it is only another proof that the Ger- j
mans, at least, understand that tims
Philadelphia North Amer-
J. W. TALLEY, Secy.H
WHY NOT INVESTIGATE
OUR USED CAR VALUES?
Demonstrations gladly given without obligation.
These prices are rock bottom, and cars
are in good condition.
That Californa woman who haa
been convicted of second-degree mur murder
der murder made a mistake. If she had Idled
a man she would hare been acquitted.
A French newspaper says Colum
bus did not benefit the world when he
discovered America. But where else
would Europe borrow the money for
her wars? Nashville Southern Lum
1920 Chalmers Six, new
tires, quiet 2QC
1920 Oakland 6,
1920 Auburn Beauty 6,
repainted and new top
practically like CA
new car UDU
1921 Big6Studebaker7 Big6Studebaker7-pass.
pass. Big6Studebaker7-pass. touring, repaint repainted
ed repainted and new iop and
first-class me me-chanically
chanically me-chanically luu
1918 Buick Touring,
good condi- (JEj
1918 Buick 7 pass TJZ
unusual value tJLv
Lenin may be recovering, but he'
not what he used to be. The poor man's
last speech was only an hour long
One of the wedding-presents re
ceived by the Kaiser is said to have
cost twenty million marks. The usu
al cruet, we imagine Punch (Lon-
J. H. THERRELL, Teacher
&SKgKg&$& 1 ships. Springfield State Register.
It is a very difficult matter to build i I
i up a merchant marine with receiver- I
McLEOD and WATERS
Well just pay that subsidy out of.
funds that we haven't got for the bon
us. Dallas News.
One of the natural wonders of poli
tics is' that when an office holder's
goose is cooked he becomes a lame
duckv Norf olf Virginia-Pilot.
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1922
Ocala Evening Star
Pvbllalied Ever? Day Except Sanday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
II. J. Blttlager, Frealdeat
II D. Leaveasoodf Vle-Pfslaat
p V. LeaTeagood, Seeretary-Treaaurer
J. II. Beajaiala Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as
BnttaeM Office FIt-Ob
Editorial Department Two-Seven
Soelety Reporter Five-One
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled for the use for republication of
red ribbons in literature; two blue ;MAKiu iuimis
and one red ribbons m basketry, and. RESOURCES ARE MAN i
four blue and one red ribbons in the i
culinary department. The girte won Where do they get their informa informa-the
the informa-the first prizes on lemon pies, bis-;jon7 An editor of one of our Flor Flor-cruits,
cruits, Flor-cruits, raisin rolls and country butter, ia newspapers made the statement
Their pound of butter had the unique recently that Marion county let the
distinction of bringing 81.50. It took citrus industry drop in 189o. let
a blue ribbon worth SI and then sold ; Marion county shipped something
for 50 cents. The basketry exhibit : 430,000 boxes of citrus fruit last
that the girls made was the prettiest ?eason and expects to ship a much
thing they did and brought them in i ?reater number this season Other
r. neat little sum towards equipping j editors are claiming that their coun coun-their
their coun-their basketball team, because theyr:es produce the finest citrus fruits,
sold over $25 worth of their baskets j fout the oranges grown in the rich
during the fair. 'hammocks of Marion county have no
SHORT TALKS ON
The contest between the commu communities
nities communities was very close this year. Al Al-ihought
ihought Al-ihought Shady won fleet place she
was only five points ahead of Sparr
all news dianatohes credited to it or not L..v;ip thp other communities followed
2i.Trbri&? dose behind. Shady is very proud of
All rights of republication of special nersoif an(j weu might she be excused
dispatches herein are also reserved. an
tor ner conceit xor nei uuum chjwci.i
that she has the goods and Marion
vill have to take off its hat to the
folks from Shady. All that Mr?.
Jones to'd you about her community
must have been true because thf thf-judges
judges thf-judges found them at the top of the
list, "he second place in the com community
munity community exhibits was awarded to Span Span-and
and Span-and to the casual eye it would have
been hard to make the decision be-
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Lgal advertiseemnts at legal rates.
FINAL DAY AT THE FAIR
cut mi the system of point by ;xint
an 1 when the total was struck Shady
had 915 points to 910 for fiparr.
In a corner of the agricultural
building Mrs. H. P. Johnson had a
small stand where she waylaid all
housewives and showed them how to
cook on nothing. Mrs. Johnson was
Tuesday and Wednesday the fair demonstrating and selling the Speng-
did not seem very popular and her cooker which amplifies (radio
looked as if the crowds were not com- term) heat of one burner and makes
ing to see what Marion had this year, tnree burners out of it. Three in
but Thanksgiving day brought them one woui(j be a good name for her
out. Grand father and grandmother, cooker amj when she sells it from
father and mother, aunt and uncle and house to house she sells three in one
all of the children were there and mmute.
they came from every corner of the! The University
superior anywhere. This is proved by
the top prices received by fruit grown
n thi3 county. Where is there pro produced
duced produced an orange with a finer flavor or
with a color to compare with the red red-gold
gold red-gold of the "Pineapple" of this coun county
ty county Where is there an extra early or orange
ange orange to compare with the famous
"Parson Brown" of Marion? What
county produces, so high a percentage
of fancy and bright fruit?
And now comes an editor who says
that the ridge which forms the
"backbone" of Florida starts in Xake
county and runs southward. No, it
was not a Lake county editor. Where
did the editor who makes the state
ment get his information As early
as 1891 the United States Geological
Survey made a topographical survey
of Marion county and the editor in
the case should look the map over,
The ridge, as a matter of fact, starts
in the northern part of the state
Does this editor know that the Lake
region starts up in Clay and Bradford
counties And that some of the most
beautiful clear water lakes in Florida
are in Marion county?
Marion county is not only in the
citrus belt and in the ridgelands but
in the Lake region, the hammock belt,
the limestone belt and the hardrock
county and from adjoining counties.
For a while the grounds were so
crowded that you almost had to ask
permission from your next door neigh-
of Florida had an
exhibit of especial interest to the
farmers. Its demonstrators had one
side of the agricultural wing which
thev used as a picture gallery and
Dor to turn arouna. iviucn "lcai- demonstrated the riarht and wrong
was shown in the exhibits during the wav Df cadd vegetables as well as
morning. A continuous stream of many other valuable bits of informa-
people went through the buildings tion to tne farmer.
comparing the exhibits of their neigh- Tne Florida Lime Company had an
bors with what they could do on their exhibit of its lime both unslaked in
own farms and stopping here and barrels and hvdrated in sacks. This
there to shake hands with friends
from other neighborhoods.
If coffee affected man like shine,
the Black Maria would have been
busy plying between the fair grounds
is one of Marion's biggest industries
and it is always interesting to the
people to see some of the products
of our lime kilns.
The culinarv department had on
T THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Rev. Charles H. Trout, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Communion service.
Sermon by pastor.
This is an important service and al
the members are urged to be present
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Ser
mon by pastor.
You are are cordially invited.
and the jail, because there were long hand a curiosity to most of the peo
lines of thirsty folk before all three pe Through the kindness of Mrs
of the coffee demonstration stands an
the time. The three brands of coffee
were all good and were dispensed
freely to all who wished to sampel
Miss Delia Livigston was kept busy
at her Dost in the Wanurco booth
handing out literature on the Wart Wart-mann
mann Wart-mann Nursery Company's new dis discovery
covery discovery in the way of a tangerine
Miss Livingston was generous with
her sample plugs of the fruit and
after vou ate one of the delicious
S. A. Moses they had on display two
Brazil nuts. These grew somewhere
near Miami and were sent to Mrs.
Moses by friends. The nuts were in
their growing state and to the sur
prise of all they did not look like the
nuts in the market. The small nuts
that we are accustomed to see are in a
hull something like a black walnut
but much larger and this hull con contains
tains contains eight or nine Brazil nuts ar
ranged like the plugs of an orange.
This common and well known nut
morsels she told you why it was so created a lot of interest. Mrs. L. W.
good, how it was grown, how healthy pon(jer had much amusement in show show-and
and show-and hardy was the stock from which these nuts to her friends and
the tree came and where you could inducing them to guess what they
get trees of your own. The Wanurco were Late in the afternoon, along
is the latest addition to Marions al- came te editor of the Star, who
ready famous line of citrus fruits. It knows nothing about nuts except
U a large golden tangerine, full M hickorvnuts, walnuts, chestnuts, co-
juice that is just sweet enough. It
has the flavor of the best oranges and
tangerines combined with each other,
Its skin is easy to remove and it is
remarkably free from the white
strings that are found in many brands
of tangerines. This new tangerine
was developed by Mr. II. A. Wart Wart-mann
mann Wart-mann in his nursery and bids fair to
revolutionize the tangerine market in
the course of the next few years
when the present nursery stock has
grown enough to become productive.
Another exhibit that attracted
much attention was that made by the
state industrial school. The girls of
the school had on exhibit much of
their school work, their art work,
their sewing, their, basketry and
their cooking. In each of these lines
they made high marks for them themselves.
selves. themselves. -When the judges had been
their. rounds and the final cDunt was
taken there were credited to the girls
three blue and two red ribbons in the
sewing department; five blue and one
coanuts and the nuts that are sent
to the asylum. He was so stupid
that Mrs. Ponder hit him on the bean
with the nut. His dome was much
harder than the shell of .the nut,
which broke and let all the little nuts
fall on the floor, whereupon he said,
"O, them's nigger toes" (the name
they went by when first brought to
the country seventy or eighty years
ago). We don't know yet if Mrs.
Ponder has forgiven him.
Both grandstands were well filled
Thursday and everybody enjoyed the
races very much if one is to judge
bv the noise they made. Before the
Thursday races were over the atten
tion of the crowd was partially drawn
to the football game between Ocala
and Bartow which took place in the
center of the race track. ,.
Taken all in all the fair has been
success. The livq stock exhibit
was small and the crowds not so large
as might have been expected but out
side of that all had a good time.
J. J. Neighbour, Rector
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Holy communion and ser
mon, the subject of which will be
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and ad
dress on subject, "Providence."
Come and worship God.
C. W. White, Pastor I
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.
11 a. m. Preaching folowled by the
6:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching. Subject of
sermon, "Seven Wonders of Heaven."
Music by choirs and orchestra.
U R invited to worship with us.
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sabbath school. J. K.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, "The Life, the Eternal Life."
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Ser
mon, "Reflections on the Brevity of
We shall be glad to have any who
have no other church-home to worship
By Ralph L. Wood, Principal, School
of Salesmanship, International Corre-
pondence Schools, Scranton, Pa.
Additional Thoughts on Get -Together
The first Get Together Meeting
hould be devoted largely to an ex
planation of the purpose of the meet meetings
ings meetings by the head of the organization.
followed by several short talks by
some of the more important heads of
the departments, in which they tell
how the idea appeals to them, and how
they think its successful working out
can be made to be helpful and profi profitable
table profitable to all concerned. During the
course of the first meeting the head
ol the organization might very prop
erly suggest a tentative plan of pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings for further meetings. He
should call for suggestions from those
present. He should emphasize his de
sire to have the discussions at all
times free, frank and detailed.
It is generally best to have one
definite subject for each meeting, and
to see that the discussion does not
ramble and that the results of the dis-
cussion are gathered togetner in
some kind of a summary or report,
which should be definitely brought to
the attention of those present in some :
way later on. This summary might
take the form of a typewritten or
mimeographed bulletin, a copy oi
which should be provided for every
member of the organization.
Better still, this report might be
included in a store paper published
at regular intervals for the benefit of
the workers. A very interesting Get
Together session can take the form of
a demonstration sale in which actual
selling conditions are reproduced as
closely as possible. The sales person
adheres strongly to the rules and sys
tem of the store and is unaware ot
the type of sale she is to make. The
one that takes the part of the cus
tomer should play that part in a
serious way, doing just the things
that she knows from observation
would be done by the type of cus
tomer she chooses to represent. Prob
ably these demonstration sales can be
included quite often as features of the
programs. Later on when these pres
ent become more conversant with the
technique of the selling process the
sales talk may be more complex and
the points brought out may have to do
with the finer points of retail selling
YOU CAN BUY
A $1000.00 Savings Account on
the Installment plan just as easily
as anything else.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
The Bank of Progress
Our stock of children's books, toy
books, paint sets, trains, erector sets
and everything needed for X-mas will
be on sale during the coming week,
Please do not delay your shopping.
THE GIFT SHOP. l-2t
The weak and the strong enjoy eat eating
ing eating the best fresh meats obtainable
That's the kind to be found at the
Mam Street Market. Phone 108. tf
CRESCENT GROCERY SPECIALS
FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
The Free-Hand Talker holds forth
Every Nlsht from the Softest Chair
in. the Hotel Lobby. Wherever a
Group-of Men are Gathered, he Dom
inates the Conversation by Right of
the Loudest Voice and he speaks Au
thoritativelff on All Subjects. All he
Lacks Is Ability; he's got the Con
Rev. Louis Collins, D. D., Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school with
classes for all.
11 a. m. Morning worship with the
ordinance of the Lord's Supper. Sub
ject of sermon, "The Christian Cher
ishing the Memory of His Lord."
6:30 p. m. Junior, Intermediate
and Senior B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. A
pleasant, helpful service for the clos
ing day. Subject of the minister's
message, "The Philosophy of a Fed Federal
eral Federal Prisoner," based on a true inci
dent well known to the speaker.
"Better go to church."
13 pounds of Sugar for $1.00
2i lbs. Birdsey's Best Flour $1.30
24 lbs. Pillsbury's Best flour $1.35
24 lbs. Lighthouse flour $1.15
6 lbs. Crisco for $1.23
lbs. Crisco for 65c
lbs. Snowdrift for 75c
pkgs. Oversea Oatmeal for ....25c
No. 2 Tomatoes, two for 25c
No. 1 Tomatoes, three for 25c
Irish Potatoes, per peck 40c;
Sweet Potatoes, per peck 40c
Kingan's Picnic Hams, per lb 20c
Apalachicola Oysters, quart 65c
Fresh Mullet, per pound 10c
CRESCENT GROCERY CO.,
12-l-2t Phone 562, 7 N. Magnolia St.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
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,
U-3-m Boot and Shoe Repairer.
"On the Square," west side. Oysters
and fish daily. Open all night tf
Rev. R. F. Brennan, Pastor
Mass on first Sunday of each month
at 8:30 a. m. Mass on other Sundays
of month at 9:30 a. m. Mass on week
days at 7 a. m.
Sunday evening service at 7:30.
Confessions on Saturdays from 5 to
6 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m.
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Subject of lesson-sermon, God, the
Only Cause and Creator."
Wednesday evening meeting 8 p.m.
Reading room open 2 to 5 p. m.
daily except Sundays.
North Ocala Sunday School
(W. D. Croft, Superintendent)
Sunday school every Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock. Visitors always
1 HOW'S YOUR
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.
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel in the South'
Ihe Commercial and Business Man Always Welcom
I. T. IZLAR
Advertise In the Evening Star.
OUR PHO NE
243 and 174
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
YOURS FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Dennison's wrapping paper, seals
and gummed. tape for Christmas pack packages
ages packages at the Gift Shop. l-3t
Stove wood, 2 per load. E.
Todd Lumber Company. 25-tf
Gardner's famous fruit cake, layer
cake, pound cake and raisin cake at
Main Street Market. Phons 108. 10 -tf
The Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal
church will hold a cake and candy
I sale Saturday. Dec. 9th. l-3t
"Be Sure You're Right
TAVY CROCKETT used to say: "Be sure you're right, then
go ahead." That's mighty sage advice. It's a wise shopper
who takes it to heart.
Glance through the advertising columns of this paper and in a
few minuets you can set yourself right on numerous things you
either want to buy now or at some future date.
Advertising has stabilized prices. The advertiser names his
price the same for all. You can know that in paying it, you're
getting the same deal as the next one.
"Be sure you're right." It's a duty you owe your pocketbook.
Advertising has helped to standardize quality. Only the best
of wares are spread out for you on these printed pages. The men
who advertise here are making publicly certain claims, on the
fullfillment of which depends their commercial success.
"Be sure you're right.
Let us supply your groceries. Reas Reasonable
onable Reasonable prices and prompt delivery our
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
Advertisements give you news of the latest and best things
made with word as to what they cost and what they will do. They
put before your eyes the pick of the country's market and the
selection of the particular kind, shape, size and color that suits
your taste and fits your pocketbook.
Buy with your mind made up. Let the advertisements guide
you away from mistakes.
"Be sure you are right."
Read the Advertisements
OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1922
Bib!? Bought fx Today
IiEWAKi uK IJUMIL1TY: Who Whomever
mever Whomever c-iultetti himself shall be
tbasetl; and he rhat hurableth hlm hlm-lelf
lelf hlm-lelf fct-all he exalted. Lde 14: 11.
But In lowliness of mind let each
isteeui other better t!un themselves.
look not every man on his own things,
ut every i:an also on the things of
Ithers. PhiUp;.iar.a 2: 3, 4.
FORDS WE HAVE THEM
Coupe, touring car and light
truck; prices right and terms. Spen-cer-Pedrick
Motor Co., Ocala, Fla.
Phone 8. 23-tf
"On the Square," west side. Oysters
and finh daily. Open nil night tf
Advertise in the Evening Star.
Needham Motor Co
We specialize in
REG and FORD
C. CECIL BRYANT
Income Tax Consultant
Phone 481 Blue
Hoom 23, flulder Block
SUIT SPRINGS WATER
Is growing in popularity every
day among Qcalans. 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
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub pub-lshed
lshed pub-lshed as information and not guar guar-.Jteed.
.Jteed. guar-.Jteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. H.
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 pm 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
fp) 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
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am N'York-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
DO YOU WONDER?
Asks This Lady, "That I'm a Be Believer
liever Believer in Cardui?" Had
Been So Weak She Had
to Go to Bed.
Osawatomie, Kans. Mrs. E. E. Keast,
formerly of Illinois, residing here, says:
"We moved to this state eleven years
ago, and 1 had good health for a long
while; and then some year or so ago 1
had a bad sick spell. .
"I got so weak I couldn't go. I couldn't
stand on my feet at all. I had to go to
bed. I suffered a great deal. I was so
nervous I felt I couldn't live. I tried
medicines, and everything: had the best
of attention, yet I wasn't able to get up.
1 lay for three months, not able to do
"My husband is a bill poster and has
circulars distributed. One day there
Chanced to be a Ladies Birthday Almanac
amonz his circulars. I read it. and told
some of the family to get me a bottle of
"I quit all other medicines and took it
(Cardui) faithfully, and two weeks from
the time I began to take Cardui I was out
of bed better than tor months
"I kept it up and continued to improve
until l was a wen woman.
'Dayou wonder that I am a believer
in Cardui? I certainly am. e And 1 am
sure mere is no oeuer ionic raaae ion,, .. ... ..
women than Cardui." NC-151 lthe state Slt UP and take notice.
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
0. H. S. DEPARTMENT
(Published Every Saturday)
Oscar Theus .. Editor
Charlotte Chazal Assistant Editor
Margaret Hocker Society Editor
Louis Knight Athletic Editor
Mrs. Sprinkle .
Mrs. Cole deserves lots of credit for
the wonderful work she has done in
organizing our high school band. We
certainly are proud of the apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation shown by the people of the com community
munity community for it. Ocala has one of the
best, if not the best, music depart departments
ments departments in the state, and its members
are always ready and willing to lend
their assistance in any way. The band
has recently played in Dunnellon and
also played during the races at the
Hazel was late to school one morn
ing this week because she couldn't find
her vanishing cream, invisible hair hairpins
pins hairpins and invisible hairnets.
Several of our teachers spent a
part or all of the Thanksgiving holi holidays
days holidays with their relatives in other
towns. Mrs. Brown went to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville to be with her husband, Mr. J. C.
Brown, and her mother, Mrs. Ricks of
that city; Miss Davis to WTauchula;
Mrs. Sprinkle to Lake Butler; Miss
Burleson to Citra; Mr. Blitch to
Blitchton; Miss Sheppard to New Newberry.
berry. Newberry. Ocala Twenty Years Ago
(With Apologies to Evening Star)
Yesterday afternoon little Miss
Minnie Stovall entertained a number
of her friends at a soap bubble party.
Several hours were pleasantly spent,
blowing the pretty bubbles, after
which refreshments of ice cream and
cake were served. For displaying the
most skill in the game enjoyed dur during
ing during the afternoon, Hester Dewey was
awarded the first prize, a paper doll
The science classes of the high
school this morning made a pilgrim pilgrimage
age pilgrimage to the fire station to inspect the
mew horse. The journey proved very
profitable as well as enjoyable. It has
been suggested by some of our lead leading
ing leading citizens that a special day be set
aside so that everyone may have a
chance to see the new animal of which
our city is justly proud.
I Quite a commotion was caused this
j morning when Laurie Izlar brought a
I frog into school unbeknowst to the
teacher. Several of the little girls
were so paralyzed with fright that
they had to be sent home. Such inci
dents as there should serve as a les
son to us, that we should teach our
children at home not to meddle with
And Thanksgiving is over (long
mournful sigh). Monday morning we
go back to school full of spirit and
turkey and cranberry sauce and ev
erything good. In making our hasty
descent from out of the clouds, where
the holidays, Thursday and Friday,
have placed us, back to the earth and
school again let's try to bring with
us a determination to begin work
afresh with a vim so that we may be
able to weather the storm of the com
ing semester examinations.
A great many speculations have
been made as to the whyfore of the
sudden cold wave. Winter is probably
competing with the manufacturers of
rouge in making rosy cheeks for the
William Timmons, commonly known
as "sweet William," complains that he
is not as popular with the faculty as
some students. The explanation is
simple, he should remember his name
is "bill." P. S. And the teachers
haven't received their salaries yet!
It would not be unwise for the
students of the O. H. S. to be equip
ped with Iras masks if cats must in
sist upon dying within the building
We hope no one will gain the impres
sion that they are trying to compete
with Dudley Cole's hair tonic.
It shows in your face if you're honest
It shows fh your face how you feel
It shows in your face if you're crooked
It shows in your face if you'd steal.
It may be all the face you've got,
And a homely one at that
But the face you wear helps your
So smile, and take off your hat!
Our 1922 football season is over so
we now turn our attention to basket basketball.
ball. basketball. The practice game last week for
the girls showed the results of hard
training. They're on their way for
the championship! The boys' team
though getting a late start last year,
made a creditable showing. With an
early beginning there is no reason
why the boys should not develop a
winning team for this season. Just
watch the two teams make the rest o
The ever wide-awake Girls' Athletic
Association has been operating a
booth at the fair, the receipts to aid
in financing the girls' basketball team
Isn't it about time we were electing
a manager for baseball and arranging
a schedule? With the exception of
perhaps last year, the O. H. S. base-
ball teams have made splendid records, j
Let's create an interest in the game
equal to that manifested towards foot- i
ball. Of course, we all like to sup support
port support a winning team, but we should
and will support our teams in victory
"The American Thanksgiving"
Thanksgiving in America, along the
lines which it is now observed dates
back to 1621, when the Pilgrim Fath-1 1
ers, justly grateful for the first har
vest in their new home in Massachu Massachusetts,
setts, Massachusetts, appointed three days of thanks thanksgiving
giving thanksgiving and feasting. Governor Brad Bradford
ford Bradford ordered that the men go into the
woods in search of game and along
the shores for fish, and that the wom women
en women bring forth the best of their cel cellars'
lars' cellars' store. Chief Massasoit and othei
friendly Indians were bidden to the
feast, and they brought with them
five deer as an offering.
The dawn of the first day of the
feast was broken by the booming of
great cannon, and later a solemn
procession filed toward the meeting
houses. Elder Brewster carried the
great Bible and Governor Bradford
followed in the rear. After the serv
ice every one sat down to such a din
ner as they had not tasted for months,
and the feasting lasted for three days.
Altho their first year in New England
had been a hard one for the colonists,
nearly half their number dying dur during
ing during the winter, they felt that they
had much to be grateful for.
Days of thanksgiving for the colo
nists were not confined entirely to the
ngathering of the crops, for often the
preservation of a settlement from at-
ack by Indians or the passing of an
epidemic of sickness gave just cause
for an expression of gratitude. The
custom of a harvest festival spread
throughout New York and the Middle
States, but there it was less charac charac-ized
ized charac-ized by religious service, altho a re-
igious atmosphere pervaded the feast.
During the Revolutionary War the
people and the continental army ob observed
served observed an annual Thn' srnving Day
by proclamation of the Continental
Congress, and in 178 r Cwe Wash
ington, as the first --si 'ent, pro
claimed a day of rejoicing for the re return
turn return of peace and the establishment
of the government. Until 1815 the
presidents annually called upon the
people to unite in thanksgiving and
then for forty-seven years days of
thanksgiving were unknown. In April
of 1862, Abraham Lincoln summoned
his people to acknowledge and render
thanks to God for signal victories of
the army, and in November of 1864
he called upon the nation to again re return
turn return thanks. Since then Thanksgiv
ing has been regularly proclaimed by
It seems that at every football game
we have had the boys that do not play
will not cheer but run up and down
the side lines and leave only a few
girls to do the cheering. Now a few
girls cannot made as much impression
as girls and boys combined. Boys,
get out there at the next game and
show some pep and school spirit and
cheer for O. H. S,
The basketball girls have only suc
ceeded in scheduling four games so
far, two with Gainesville and two with
Sanford. Miss Brown, the coach, is
developing a good team and it looks
like the girls will have just as good
team if not better than the one last
Gladys Rush is trying out for the
Holy Rollers and our court is becom becoming
ing becoming much smoother. She is rolling for
Watch out, forwards! One more is
added to your number. Nell Wallis is
showing wonderful prospects. (She
shot a goal the other day),
He Had a Ford
Father (upstairs): "It is time for
that young man to go home."
Young Man: "Your father is a
Father (overhearing): "Well, when
you don't have a self-starter, a crank
comes in mighty handy." Pitt Pan Panther.
ther. Panther. Here Too
"Pardon me, are you one of the
"Gosh, no! I got this tie for Christ Christmas."
mas." Christmas." Voo Doo.
Even a dog likes a little petting.
Maybe that accounts for the existence
of so many tea hounds.
B. B.: "Jonah was a wiser man
M. S.: "How's 'at?"
B. B.: "He had more inside dope."
J. B.: "Thought it was a case of
ove at first sight."
E. P.: "Yes, but I tcok another
Si: "Why do you call this a one-
Hi: "Probably because there is a
mayor at the head of it." Lord Jeff.
L. Knight: "Are you in pain Ted?"
T. Drake: "No, the pain's in me."
L. K.: "Where do you feel worst?"
T. D.: "In school."
It Would Seem That Way
Miss E.: "Why should we read all
of the best of the present-day litera literature
F. LeSuer: "So we can appreciate
Gladys: "He kissed me when I
Sidney: "What did you do?"
Gladys: "I didn't look at him for;
the rest of the evening."
xiic gut iius uui gooa-ioosing dui
can dance like a million is like an
Elgin movement is an Ingersoll
'What's your favorite
C. Chazal: "Elizabeth Murray's.'
wt to the fountain with Mary
And met with an awful mishap;
For I awkwardly emptied a bottle
Of soda all over her lap.
(There are few so thoughtful as she),
For, smiling with perfect compo composure,
sure, composure, Said sweetly, "The drinks are on me."
Immigration officer: "What do you
expect to do here in America?"
Pat: "Take up land."
I. O.: "How much, Pat?"
Pat: "Not more than a shovelful at
a time." Lord Jeff.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star Dec. 2, 1902) j
J.R. Blackiston and S. T. Sistrunk
in a few hours Saturday and this
morning secured subscriptions to the
amount of nearly ?2000 to the race
Mrs. Earl Mark died at 2 o'clock
this afternoon at the home of her
husband's parents in this city. Mrs.
Mark, nee Belle Mathews, was the
daughter of Geo. G. Mathews of
Marti City and had been married
scarcely a year. She was of a
bright, sunny disposition and made
friends of all she met. Her untimely
death was a shock to our people who
knew her favorably and well.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Dec. 2, 1912)
Mrs. J. A. Walters who has been in
Montezuma, Ga., for the past few
weeks, returned home Saturday.
Among the colored folks of Ocala
there is a man who is not colored but
as black as the ace of spades, and
unlike most black negroes wears a
solemncholy expression. This is ow owing
ing owing to the fact that his aunt died
when he was about ten years old and
the family living in the country and
no crape being obtainable on such
short notice, the other members of
the family made him stand up by the
front door all morning before the
funeral as a symbol of mourning. His
face has never recovered from the ex
The Baptists of Ocala are not yet
ready to build the fine new church
they have in mind, but find it neces necessary
sary necessary to add some rooms back of the
present building to accommodate the
scholars of the steadily growing Sun Sunday
day Sunday school. Mr. W. T. Gary is the
efficient superintendent and the Sun Sunday
day Sunday school has 218 members, with ac accessions
cessions accessions every Sunday.
Perfumes for the
To the Wise!
There's a time for all things, j
It's now time to have your J
car painted and topped. The fj
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
1 SPENCER PEDRICK
1 MOTOR CO.
British Army "Swagger."
It has Len said that the English
ermy authorities once Issued an or order
der order that urtioers should not wear eye eyeglasses
glasses eyeglasses or spectacles, these being con considered
sidered considered evidence of defective sight. A
Dumber of army officers then took to
wearing the monocle, disobeying the
ermy order by a safe margin and giv giving
ing giving to themselves, as it was thought
at the time, an air of distinction, the
thought being something like that
which prompted so many officers and
enlisted men to carry a short can
which came to be called a "swagger
F. O. B. Detroit
Ten Body Types
By Elmo Scoll Watson
Copyright, 1822. Western Newgpaper Union.
PETALESHARO ENDS THE RITE
OF HUMAN SACRIFICE
IN THE valley of the Platte river
dwelt the Skldl or Wolf Pawnees, a
tribe In the age-old confederacy of
Chahiksachahlks, "men of men." Their
gods were the stars, the morning star
representing the masculine element,
the evening star the feminine. Under
the direction of a tribal priesthood the
Skldl held a series of ceremonies sym symbolical
bolical symbolical of the creation and perpetua perpetuation
tion perpetuation of all living forms and culminat culminating
ing culminating In the sacrifice of a young girl to
the morning star.
About 1824 a captive Comanche girl
was chosen as the victim for this sac sacrifice.
rifice. sacrifice. All of the Skldl had assembled
at the altar, the priests had bound the
girl to a cross and were preparing to
begin the dreadful rites. Suddenly a
young warrior sprang to his feet. "It
is the wish of my father that this prac practice
tice practice be abolished," he shouted to the
priests. "You may do one of two
things free this woman from the sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice or accept me in her place."
Before anyone could interfere he
eprang to the woman's side, cut the
thongs which bound her, seized her in
his arms and bore her swiftly through
the crowd to a place where two fleet
horses were waiting. Mounting, thej
fled before the durufounded Skldl had
recovered their wits. After riding
some distance with the woman the
Pawnee warrior stopped. Pointing to
the south he said, "The trail is open
before you. Here is food to supply
you on your long journey. This horse
I give you, too. He will carry you
safely back to your people." Then he
turned to the Skldi village.
His bold deed was accepted without
protest by his people, for he was Pe Pe-talesharo
talesharo Pe-talesharo (Pitaresharu "Chief of
Men"), the son of Chief Old Knife
(Letalesha) and their greatest warrior.
And so impressed were the Skldi by
his act that they never again offered
a human sacrifice to the morning star.
Petalesharo's fame spread to the
whites and a few years later the stu students
dents students of a woman's seminary In Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, sent the Pawnee warrior
a silver medal, accompanied by an ad address
dress address which ended with these words:
"Brother, accept this token of our eft eft-teem
teem eft-teem ; always wear It for our sake, and
when you have the power to save a
poor woman from death and torture,
think of this and of us and fly to her
That medal became Petalesharo's
most prized possession and be wore It
until the day of his death In the sum summer
mer summer of 1874.
Yearly Coal Production.
It Is reported that about 65,000
pounds of coral, worth $700,000 are
taken each year from the coral bed
of Japan. The work is done by dlTers,
the master diver receiving and grad grading
ing grading the coral as it is brought In. Whole
sale and exporting firms keep repre representatives
sentatives representatives there to Inspect the coral
and make bids for It The color ha
much to do with the value. The most
expensive la "boke," a pale qulnc
color: next In value la plni, then
white, light red and dark red.
Softening Hard Putty.
Putty that has become hardened by
exposure, as around window glass,
may be softened and removed by the
use of the following mixture: Shake
8 pounds quicklime in water and add
one pound pearlash, making the whole
about the consistency of ppint. Apply
to the putty on both sides 4A the glass
and let it remain for about 12 hours.
It should then be possible to lift the
glass oih without trouble.
It Is difficult to get self confidence
and an empty purse to travel together.
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Behind the Wheel
The ease of mind and sense of security m
driving a Lincoln endures from the minute
you open the throttle until you are back
from the trip.
The 8'Cylinder motor cylinder blocks set at
an included angle of 6o, the refinements of
which show the greatest engineering skill in
the motor car industry, gives to the Lincoln,',
without qualification, the finest automobile
power plant ever developed.
TUCKER & SIMMONS
AS A BIRD SHOULD
"That profiteer's a bird, Isn't he?
"Must be he's feathered his nest
while he's had the chance."
AGED DISCOURAGED "Then you'vs
given up the Idea
of taking singing
"Yes. I find it
would take me
three years to
learn to sins as
well as I thoufcht
I sang already."
He: Don't you
think we could
get along on mp
She: Not ovef
four miles an
Poverty Is nd
your own fault.
IT DON'T DO ANY GOOD
1st Frog: The country's going to
the dogs, etc.
2nd Frog: Aw, quit croaking.
Canadian Scenic Parks.
The 6cenlc parks of Canada are:
Rocky mountains, Jasper and Western
lakes, In Alberta ; Yoho. Glacier, Mount
Revelstoke and Kootenay, In British
Columbia ; St, Lawrence Islands and
Point Pelee, In Ontario. The animal
parks are Buffalo, Elk Island parks
and Foremost Antelope reserve, la Al Alberta.
berta. Alberta. The Savage Pike.
When bathing in Frensham pond,
Surrey, Miss Shallls of Aldershot was
bitten by a large pike on the leg. Its
teeth making deep cuts. "When the
monster darted toward me -with its
mouth open It looked like a shark,
said Miss Shallis, "and I was so
frightened when it bit my leg that I
had difficulty in shouting for assist
ance. London Daily MaiL
The job Is what counts. The world
respects the man who works. It has
small use or respect for the man who
loafs because he feels himself above
the job that la offered him. The man
who produces something even though
it be nothing more than a day's work
at the bottom of a trench, is of more
Importance to the world than he who
loiters for a kid glove situation Losj
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Canada's National Parks.
The Canadian national parks
prise an area of about 6,000,000 acrtc
They are sanctuaries for wild fowl,
deer, mountain sheep and ftat mootti
elk, bear and buffalo, and a tsarist
wonderland of forest, well-stock e4
streams and lakes, glaciers, hot
springs, waterfalls and mountains.
Ilk Culture Still Primitive in Japan,
The culture of silk In China la an ln
dustry which Is probably 20 centuries
old, and methods pursued today art
much the same as the original ones
The spinning wheel used by the Pit
grims is a modern affair compared
with some which are to be found lm
operation today in the celestial coon
TAKE OUR ADVICE USE
n Economy baking pomszsi
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, Marlon.
County In Chancery.
H. M. Hampton, Complainant, Tersas
Joseph P. Kendall and others. De Defendants.
fendants. Defendants. To Joseph P. Kendall, Ella R. Reees,
Annie F. Bissell, George W. Brown,
Thomas W. Moore, Jonn C DuBola,
Henry Mclntyre, Richard Myers, T. W.
Moore, C. C. Warwick, a a Warwick
as Trustee, Morgan Hicks, N. M. All All-red
red All-red and a. K. Spooner, and all persons
claiming an interest In and to the west
half ot the southeast Quarter o sec section
tion section 26, township IS south, range S3
east, under the above named persons,
whether as heirs at law, devisees,
grantees, or other claimants adversely
to complainant, and all persons whom whomsoever
soever whomsoever claiming an Interest In the said
lands above described adversely to
WHEREAS, HL M. Hampton, the com.
plainant in the above cause, has this
day filed his bill of complaint against
you for the quieting of his title to the
above described lands, and asked tor
the making of this order,
THEREFORE you are hereby requir required
ed required to appear and answer the 111 of
complaint herein on
Meaday the First Day of Jaaaary 123,
the rule day in said month; otherwise
complainant will proceed ex parte.
Further ordered that this order be
published once a week for eight con consecutive
secutive consecutive weeks m the Ocala fitar, a
newspaper published In Marion county.
Witness the Honorable W. B. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Judge of said court, and T. I.
Lancaster Jr.. the clerk thereof, and
the seal of said court at Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, this November 4th, 122.
rCt. Ct. 6eal) T. D. LANCASTER JR,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County.
ll-4-8tSat By Frances Tarver. D. C
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NotiP i fiirrefcv ff-fven to all cred
itors. legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims against
A l. nr n e !. J 1
tue e a Late oi w. A. onxiut ucvcueu,
to present said claims duly proven to
the undersigned within one year from
the date of the first tmblication of
this notice, to-witt November 3rd.
1922. George W. Smith,
Administrator of the Estate of W. XL
Send claims in care of, S. T. Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, attomev for the administrator.
Ocala, Fla. U-3-&t-Sat
ATTEWTTOH I EVERT PROPERTT
OW 3TER AFFECTED
The eewrt fcaa veeeatly vwle
that all real estate at rerarae tst
by tfce twam nmat a.
eeeea aa kivwi. The tu east
efflee la saw vpta aaa will he a arias
the eatire tax aaytasT parted, therete
I appeal tm the eltlaeaa sad taxpayer
t Umt their araperty with aa fa 1923
aaaeaasaeat whea they pay 1S22 taxea.
If this la aet practicable, b rare u
either ace sac am say raaad la Jaaaary
or write see.
Taara far heat fa ahl eerrtee.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1922
The Fashion Center
Tonight From 7 O'clock Till 10
After Supper Specials
19-38 Fine Huck Towels worth 35c
each for tonight only
- 21c each 1
Not more than 6 towels to customer. 1
If you have any local or society
.terns for the Star, phone five-one.
Circle B of the Baptist church will
meet Monday at three o'clock with
Mrs. O. E. Cox, 030 Oklawaha avenue.
Dolls, Toys and Games in great
profusion will be on display at the
GIFT SHOP during the coming
The Merchants & Miners frequent
sailings from Jacksonville to Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and Philadelphia attract vaca vacationists,
tionists, vacationists, also the business man. Ad Address
dress Address Mr. C. M. Haile, general agent,
Jacksonville, for full particulars. It
THE YEAR'S GREATEST SALE ON
LADIES READY-TO-WEAR NOW ON
Miss Agnes Burford arrived home
yesterday afternoon from an absence
of several weeks in Georgia, Alabama
Mi?s Sue Barco of Clearwater, who
had intended to spend her vacation
with relatives in Ocala, was unavoid unavoidably
ably unavoidably detained at the last minute.
Any Coat in the store reduced 33 1-3 per cent.
Any Winter Smt reduced 33 1-3 per cent.
All Silk and Wool Dresses reduced 25 per cent.
Sweaters reduced 25 per cent.
Blankets reduced 33 1-3 per cent.
Wool Fabrics reduced 25 per cent.
This is your opportunity to buy winter wearing wearing-apparel
apparel wearing-apparel right in the middle of the season, now when
you need warm apparel most at the end of the
All SALES FINAl ABSOLUTELY NOTHING CHARGED.
Do your Christmas shopping here, do it
now. We are headquarters for use use-ful
ful use-ful practical and appreciative
Machine hemstitching; artistic
handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.
Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala.
Phone 409 15-tf
FUNERAL OF MRS. FROST
The funeral services for Mrs. Mary
Ann Frost, who passed away at her
heme early Thursday morning, were
held at 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon
from the family residence on West
Broadway, where she had made her
home for many years. Many friends
and neighbors gathered to pay their
last respects and the floral offerings,
of which there were many, were silent
tributes to the respect in which she
was held by all who knew her. Rev.
J. J. Neighbour, rector of Grace Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church, officiated. The funeral
service of the church was read. The
church choir sang two favorite hymns
of the deceased, "Abide With Me" and
"Rock of Ages." A short service was
also held at the grave. Interment
was made in Greenwood cemetery.
Following were the pall bearers:
Messrs. H. B. Clarkson, N. R. Dehoii,
C. S. Cullen, G. C. Pasteur, John
Dozier and Frank Drake. Roberts
and Company had charge of the arrangements.
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1 WHAT BANK DO YOU DEAL WITH?
Wrap your Christmas packages tht
Gift Shop way. l-3t
This question is asked innumerable times in the busi-
h ness world. It means prestige to have an account
sj with this reliable banking institution.
p.. We respectfully invite your account subject to cbeck
I THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
T-. .-7-...C-. .-J V-. .-X'. -Tr. .qv. S. ,V .Oi .f. .-T". .-V STf&
The very newest thing in white kid,
one-strap pumps, made by Utz &
Dunn. Price is seven dollars and a
half at Little's Shoe Parlor. 2-tf
WE HAVE IT AT LOWER PRICES.
" The Fashion Center
Mr. B. A. Weathers and daughter,
Mrs. George Ford, who spent Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Vernie
Stevens at Lakeland, are expected
home the first of this week.
Miss Irene Tompkins, who spent
Thanksgiving in Ocala with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins,
will return to Lakeland tomorrow to
resume her studies at Southern College.
If you want something pretty in a
black satin one-strap pump with a
rhinestone button, see those made by
Utz & Dunn, price six dollars and a
half, at Little's Shoe Parlor. 2-tf
The bazar and supper, given by the
ladies of the Presbyterian church, will
bi! held Thursday, Dec. 7th, from six
to nine, at the Ocala House. Supper,
$1.00 per plate. 28-5t
The rest room at the fair grounds
where many weary persons enjoyed
the comforts of a quiet place to sit
down, after looking over the exhibits
and other attractions of the fair, was
in charge of- the hospitality committee
of the Woman's Club, of which Mrs.
W. E. Smith is chairman. The build building
ing building which was assigned to the com com-mittee
mittee com-mittee for the rest room was fitted
out with comfortable rocking chairs
and cots and had one corner screened
off for the special accommodation of
sleepy babies. Two competent women
were in charge, and the institution
contributed greatly to the comfort of
women and children visitors to the
fair. MacKay and Company, with
much public spirit, supplied the furniture.
Watch for new things which are
arriving daily for the holidays. These
goods will be on display during the
coming week. There will be many
new and novel things. THE BOOK
(RATES under thia heading are as
fol9Ws: Maximum of six lines one time
X5c; three tlmea 50c; six times 76c: one
month $3.00. All accounts payable in
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR SALE 500 acres good hammock
land north of Ocala. Write W. G.
Brown, Ocala or Miami. 12-2-3t
WANTED Young man willing to
learn a trade; small recompense to
start. Apply at No. 20, North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia St. 27-6t
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
electrically equipped; four rooms,
bath, screened porch, attractive,
modern, all conveniences. Season
rental $50 per month. By year $40.
Apply to Mrs. George Blitch or
Joseph Bell. 2-Gt
FOR RENT Two room, Burnett's
flat. Phone 158 or see Mrs. G. R.
Battle, at 119 Magnolia St. 2-3t
TAKEN UP At my place 36 miles
from Ocala on west Anthony road,
one black mare work mule. Owner
, : it.: A
. can eret same dv paying xur mis w,
and keeping. E. L. McRae. l-3t
WANTED A first class cook, either
man or woman. Apply to Mrs. F.
S. Smith at Arms House. l-3t
FOR SALE Four fine Jersey heifers,
fresh in spring. First and second
calves. Price, $75.00 each. E. C.
Beuchler, Anthony Farms, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 12-l-3t
FOR SALE Crosby radio set. Has
three steps of amplification; bat batteries,
teries, batteries, aerial, tubes, etc. Entire
equipment cost $150. Will take $100
for quick sale. Address Box 512,
Ocala, Fla. 12-l-3t
Mrs. Geo. F.
FOR SALE OR RENT Recently
renovrted six-roo nihouse on Al Alvarez
varez Alvarez street near primary school.
Apply to F. W. Ditto or Mrs. M. E.
Layne, corner of Alvarez and Tenth
street. Phone 210. 27-6t
STRAYED Monday night from still
at Belleview, one iron gray horse;
mane worn off on withers and up
close to his ears; hangs clipped off
from face. Last seen Thursday eve-
rung near ball park in Ocala. Re Reward.
ward. Reward. Notify John Williams, at
Mr. and Mrs. Osco Zewadski and
children and Mr. Guy Zewadski, who
hpve been guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Walter Hood since Wednesday, expect
to leave tomorrow for their home in
Mrs. J. N. Bi-yan Jr., who is visit visiting
ing visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Stripling, went to Orlando Thursday
for a shoi't visit with friends. She
is expected to return this afternoon
and will probably remain in Ocala
until Monday or Tuesday.
Friends of the family are hereby
notified that the following funeral ar arrangements
rangements arrangements have been made for the
late Henry A. MacKay, father of Mr.
'.Archie L. MacKay and Mrs. Eli A.
j Osborne, of this city. Funeral serv
ices will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sun
day afternoon at the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. Eli A. Osborne, after
which the commital service will take
place at the family lot in Greenwood
cemetery. The following will act as
pall bearers: Messrs. J. B. Horrell,
M. Withers, Mack Taylor. Rotrer
Dodd, Landis Blitch and J. J. Harris.
and will meet at the undertaking par-
ors of Sam R. Pyles & Company at
The Friday afternoon auction club
met yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. L. R. Chazal with Mrs. Hick
man as hostess. There were three i
tables of players and the afternoon i
spent at auction was most enjoyable. I
At the conclusion of four rounds, j
.!. 3 I
uiiimy leiirsuiiicms were scrveu.
Those playing during the afternoon
were Mrs. Christian Ax, Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp, Mrs. G. K. Robinson, Mrs.
E. J. Mills-Price, Mrs. F. T. Schreiber,
Mrs. F. H. Logan, Mrs. L. R. Chazal,
Mrs. E. J. Crook, Mrs. Charles Lloyd,
Miss Emily Stotesbury, Miss Abbie
Munroe and Miss Minnie Gamsby.
Circle A of the Baptist church will
hold a fancy work, cake and candy
sale at the old Teapot Grocery, op opposite
posite opposite the Harrington Hall Hotel,
Saturday, Dec. 16th. 12-l-3t
What have you to trade for nice
grapefruit grove located on highway
sout hof Miami? Twenty acres land,
eight acres bearing grove. If inter
ested write to W. G. Brown, Miami, or
Ocala postoffice. 12-2-3t
The friends of Mrs. George Close
will be glad to learn that she is re
covering from the injuries received on
Wednesday morning from an infuriat infuriated
ed infuriated bull. Mrs. Close is still at the hos
pital but will probably be able to re
turn to her home early next week.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
four rooms, private bath, private
entrance. Will sent to reliable
party for several months. Immedi Immediate
ate Immediate possession. 801 South Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street. For further particu particulars
lars particulars phone 604.' 12-l-6t
TAXI SERVICE REDUCED Regu
lar fare in the city was 40 cents.
Cut to 25 cents a passenger. Phone
526 or 527. Three comfortable cars
at your service day or night. Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Auto For Hire. 25-Ct
Mr. L. M. Jones of Milledgeville,
Ga., arrived in Ocala yesterday after
noon and will spend the next two
weeks with his wife, who is visiting
at the home of her sister, Mrs. P. V.
Leavengood. Mr. Jones was accom
panied bv Messrs. Geo. W. Ross and
G. W. Hollinshead of Milledgeville
who will spend several days here.
FORDS We nave them: a sedan.
coupe, touring and light truck.
Terms and prices right. Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co., Ocala, Fla.
Phone 8. 23-tf
Leave Falatka 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala 11:45 A. M
Leave Ocala 2:00 P. M.
Arrive Palatka .... 6:00 P. M.
Ocala leaving point, Ocala House.
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenwood
C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala, Phone 527
Give useful gifts this Christmas. The time
has passed when any little gift would do.
Make this an Electrical Christmas. Noth Noth-iug
iug Noth-iug is more appreciated or useful than a
nice electrical appliance Look these selections-over
and get mother, wife or
daughter a useful gift.
NICE LINE OF UGHT DOMES AND CHANDELIERS
We have Electric Christmas Tree Fixtures
H. S. MINSHALL
" The Plumber
OCALA . FLORIDA
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 108. tf
FOR SALE: Two blocks from court
house square, suitable for tenant
warehouse or manufacturing pur
poses, lot 224 x 119. on Oklawaha
avenue, west. Bargain for quick
sale. Terms. Address 304 North
Orange street, Ocala, Fla. 29-6t
LOST Lemon and white male point pointer
er pointer dog about three months old. Re Reward
ward Reward for return to W. M. Parker
at Parker & Guynn's store. 29-3t
SALTED MULLET Backbone re
moved; extra fine; 10 pounds for
$1.50; 25 pounds or more, 12 Uc.
per pound, C. O. D. Expense on
parcel post prepaid. Lee's Fish and
Poultry Market, 9 Sixth St., S., St.
Petersburg, Fla. 29-6t
FOR SALE One good gentle mare-,
extra fine buggy or saddle horse;
also two nice Jersey cows and two
Jersey heifers. One of the cows
will be fresh by January. Will
sell cheap or trade for land near
town. W. D. Cam. 23-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT Large two two-story
story two-story concrete building on the south
side of South Fifth street, west.
Apply to Mrs. Zora D. flclver, Ir Irvine,
vine, Irvine, Fla. 20-10t
Call 471 -Blue for the best red oak
j and pine strand wood. Four-foot
wood $3.50. E. Gibbons, North 03 03-ceola
ceola 03-ceola street. 16
FOR RENT Three unfurnished
rooms with sleeping porch. 215 S.
Tuscawilla St. 29-3t
FOR RENT Down stairs apartment,
four rooms and bath; modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Unfurnished apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Phone 450 or see Dr. W. K.
WANTED Two or three roomers
- with or without board. Rates reas-
onable. Kitchen privileges. Phone
- 8th St, opposite High School build-
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1921 Buick
Six Touring. Terms if desired. See
Blalock Bros. tf
NURSERY STOCK Several hun hundred
dred hundred exceptionally fine Pineapple
orange trees on sour stock, for sale.
Marion County Nurseries, Ocala,
"OR 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
W. K. Lane. M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye. ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent stora
Ocala, Fla. tf
A bunch of people using the old
tourist campground for quarters are
holding what they call religious meet meetings
ings meetings in the city. They had the side sidewalk
walk sidewalk at the Court Pharmacy blocked
for awhile this afternoon, and their
meeting was not attractive to either
the eyes or the nose. They are all
husky and able to work, and the au authorities
thorities authorities should make them take a
bp.th and go to work. They look like
they have more hookworms than re religion,
ligion, religion, and Florida has no room for
people of their profession.
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
It was only m one way that Senator
Lodge hid a close shave. Chicago
The Star is in luck. Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Burry of Orange Lake had on
exhibition at the fair some of their
splendid Villa Franka lemons and
some of the finest navel oranges we
ever saw. He took blue ribbons on
both. The navel used to be Florida's
most noted orange, and it isn't excell excell-t
t excell-t i by any yet. As for the lemons,
it's our opinion that if there were
enough of them to supply the world,
none other would be sold. The Star
is the favored recipient of a generous
donation cf both fine fruits.
A Cadillac Announcement
The Cadillac Motor Gar Company an announces
nounces announces the continuation of Type 6 1 on
a largely increased production sched schedule
ule schedule at the following reduced prices,
effective December lf 1922.
TOURING CAR 1 $2885
5-PASSENGER COUPE 3750
IMPERIAL LIMOUSINE 4400
All prices F. O. B. Detroit, Plus war tax
The new prices govern the identical
Type 6 1 which has met with a degree
of favor unparalleled in Cadillac his-
CADILLAC MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, MICH.
Division of General Motors Corporation
OCALA CADILLAC COMPANY
W. U A JL. MJ
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