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The Ocala evening star
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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday, probably local rains and cooler Wednesday in extreme north portion.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 52; this afternoon, 72.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 7:10; Sets, 5:26
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 290
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Ashurst Advocates an Amendment To
Hare Presidents Inaugurated And
Congresses Meet Two Months After
Election.
Washington, Dec. 5. (Associated
Press). Adoption of a constitutional
amendment to have presidents inaugu inaugurated
rated inaugurated and congresses convene in Janu January
ary January after their election was advocated
before the Senate judicial sub-committee
today by Senator Ashurst, author
of such an amendment and William
Lowell Putnam, a Boston attorney, on
behalf of the American Bar Associa Association,
tion, Association, which has endorsed such a plan.
Under the proposed amendment the
present final session of Congress
would be abandoned.
REPORT ISN'T RESOLUTION
Members of the new progressive
bloc in Congress won their first legis legislative
lative legislative victory by obtaining from the
Senate agriculture committee a favor favorable
able favorable report on the resolution to amend
the constitution to provide for direct
election of the president and vice
president. The amendment alsojvould
change the presidential inauguration
.from March 4th to the third Monday
;in January, after biennial elections.
Ccngress would meet for its regular
session annually the first Monday in
January.
GIVE IT TO SIMMONS
A contest appeared certain today

between Senators Simmons of North
Carolina and Robinson of Arkansas,
for the democratic Senate leadership
of the next Congress to succeed Sen Senator
ator Senator Underwood of Alabama, who is
to retire as leader voluntarily becaus
of ill health. Friends of both began
an active campaign, although neither
senator had formally announced his
candidacy.
NO MESSAGE YET
President Harding broke precedent
today by permitting the second day
of the new session to pass without
delivering his annual message outlin outlining
ing outlining the administration's recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations for legislation. It was said at
the White House that no date has been
fixed for the president's appearance i
before Congress; but it is expected he
will deliver his message before the end
of the week.
NEEDS OF THE NAVY
Washington, Dec. 5. (Associated
Press). A general naval policy pro providing
viding providing for a navy "second to none"
and strong enough to support Amer American
ican American policies and commerce and guard
American continental and overseas
possessions is laid down by Secretary
Denby in his annual report to Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Such a navy, said the secretary,
should "and could be maintained with within
in within the provisions of the naval limita limitation
tion limitation treaty. He added that although
the present naval establishment was
deficient in certain types, such as fast
cruisers, aircraft cruisers, seagoing
submarines and, aircraft, he would
make no immediate recommendation
for additional appropriations because
of the present financial condition of
the country.
Among the accomplishments of his
department during the past year the
navy secretary recounted "the de-J
velopment of aviation as an integral
part of the fleet," diversion of a great greater
er greater percentage of repair work to gov government
ernment government stations, increased steaming
efficiency of battle craft, return of the
officer personnel to a permanent basis
after the temporary enlargement dur during
ing during the war, an extension of the naval
school .facilities for enlisted men, and
inauguration of extensive and ad advance
vance advance experiments in gunnery. Ha
praised the record of the Marine
Corps during the year, saving that
previous high standards of the corps
had been maintained fully.
The statement of general policy
contained in the report was drawn up
by the navy general board, and was
said by the secretary to be in his
opinion not only sound in the present
circumstances but useful "for all
times and under all conditions." The
major premise of the policy was this:
!'The navy of the United States
should be maintained in sufficient
strength to support its policies and its
commerce, and to guard its continental
and overseas possessions."
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Chamber of Commerce Has Adopted a
Resolution Asking Florida Sen Senators
ators Senators to Vote for the Bill
Miami, Dec. 5. (By Associated
Press). The Miami Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce directors this morning unani unanimously
mously unanimously passed a resolution asking
Senators Fletcher and Trammell and
Underwood of Alabama to forget
"partisan politics" and support the
ship subsidy bill. The directors also
voted to ask Key West, Tampa, Pen Pen-sacola
sacola Pen-sacola and Jacksonville to join in the
request. The directors expressed a
belief that passage of the subsidy bill
would mean an increase in tonnage to
Florida ports.
POPULAR DEMANDS
MAKE PEOPLE PAY
Mr. Harding Says High Expense Of
Government Is Due Principally To
Taxpayers' Call For Their Own
Money.
Washington, Dec. 5. President
Harding, in transmitting the annual
federal budget for the next fiscal year,
frankly told Congress yesterday that
whether there was to "be any material
reduction in government expenditures
and in taxes in future years would
depend largely on whether there was
to be a curtailment or expansion of
federal aid in lines of research, im improvement
provement improvement and development.
Placing the estimated government
(outlay in 1924 at $3,180,843,234, a de
crease of about $500,000,000 as com compared
pared compared with estimates for this fiscal
year, Mr. Harding called attention
that two-thirds of this total was on
account of practically fixed charges,
such as the public debt, national de defense,
fense, defense, pensions, world war allowances
and federal aid. There was left, he
said, only about one billion dollars in
charges subject to administrative con control
trol control and against which, he added, the
retrenchment policy of the govern government
ment government had been directed-
While expressing the opinion that
some further reduction undoubtedly
would result, from a reorganization of
government establishments on a more
scientific basis, the president said
this alone would not affect such a ma
terial cut in operating costs as would
justify the expression of hope for al
considerable lessening of expenditures
in the years to come.
Taking up ihe question of federal
aid, the executive declared that this
was a rapidly broadening field of ex
penditure and that there was a ques
tion as to how far the government
should participate in' it. He added
that he did not pertain to the normal
functions or operations of the business
of the government.
"These extraneous activities," he
continued, "have flowed from laws
enacted pursuant to popular demand,
I take this occasion to refer to them
for the purpose of showing that the
taxation which necessarily results in
providing funds to meet them is a
necessary incident to the fulfillment
of the popular demand."
SPECIAL VENIRE CALLED
IN LEON COUNTY
To Try Howell, Who is Accused
The Murder of Legette
Of
Tallahassee, Dec. 5. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press). A special venire from
which to select! a jury to try J. L.
Howell, of Havana, Fla., charged with
the murder of Jim Legette, of Cairo,
Ga., at Lake Iamona, this county, Nov.
19th, has been summoned to appear
in circuit court here tomorrow. An
altercation during a hunting trip is
said to have resulted in the shooting
of Legette.
THREE MEN WERE
BADLY INJURED
Plant City, Dec. 5. (Associated
Press). J. T. Bedgood suffered a
broken back, J. D. Harrison was in injured
jured injured about the head and H. J. Avant
was knocked unconscious and injured
on the leg when they were run down
last night on the highway between
Plant City' and Tampa last night by
an automobile. Wr. G. Gillespie, a
young man of this city, held pending
an inquiry, denies any knowledge of
the crash.

Stickup Men Are in Full Possession
Of the Much Disputed

Chinese City
Tientsin, China, Dec. 5. (By the
Associated Press). Reports here sa
that Chinese bandits have taken con
trol of Tsingtao in Shantung, the
Kiaochow port whose stormy career
in war diplomacy was to culminate, to- j
day in return to China after twenty-
four years of alien rule. The popula
tion is reported fleeing. The bandits,
according to the telegram, demanded
$100,000 ransom for delivery of gov
ernment officers held.
LETTER FROM LIGHT
E3itor Star: This letter is written
for the purpose of calling the atten
tion of the taxpayers, the coming
grand jury and our judge to the large
disbursements and to recommend to
our governor and the next legislature
the necessity of reducing state and
county taxes.
These figures are taken mostly
from state comptroller's reports. On
page 5, 1921 report says cost for that
year was $10,102,000; for 1911 the rel
port says the cost was $2,965,000, a
difference in the two years of $7,198, $7,198,-000.
000. $7,198,-000. The cost of the state govern government
ment government was $10,102,000. Receipts for
the same year were $9,352,000. Ex Expenses
penses Expenses more than receipts, $611,000.
These reports show that on December
31, 1920, there was a surplus of cash
hand of $2,100,000.
Is it not best for the taxpayers of
this state to have our governor "and
legislature Teduce the. tax levy so
that this vast surplus will be lowered.
Why are the different departments of
the state permitted to overdraw their
accounts $611,000 in one year Does
not a large surplus in the state treas treasury
ury treasury tend to increases expenses?
The comptroller's report for 1921
shows an assessment of $445,000 in
the county and for the year 1911 the
report says the assessment was $165,-
060, making a difference in the two
years of $279,833. There will be added
to the 1922 levy the seven-mill road
bond tax, the increased auto licens
and gas tax, making a total of nearly
$100,000 more, and our county will be
assessed $500,000 for 1922.
Marion county ranks first of all
counties in the assessed value of live
stock. If all the live stock in the
county was sold for taxes it would not
be enough to pay. the assessment for
one year. The cities and incorporated
towns iri the county are not assessed
enough to pay the taxes for two years.
The 175 miles of main line railroad
will meet our tax bill for three years.
The iotal assessed valuation will pay
our tax bill for but eighteen years.
In 1913 less than three steers paid
all my taxes. In 1922 it took fourteen
steers of the same size or or 350 bush bushels
els bushels of peanuts to pay my taxes. In
farm value it took six times as much
farm product to pay my taxes for
1921 than it did for 1913. Every
farmer in Marion county who has no
other income but farm sales has met
with the same condition.
Here are the reasons why our taxes
are so high. Our tax collector's gross
pay for 1921 was $6,358.22; the clerk
of the court was paid $7,437.11; the
sheriff's pay was $8,942.46; county
judge's pay was $4,089.80; the county
budget for $10,600 to pay the feed bill
of county convicts and prisoners in
jail. This is enough pay to feed at
actual cost 140 prisoners 365 days.
Not; many years ago the clerk of the
court was paid as clerk for the county
commissioners from $40 to $75 per
month. Now his pay is -$165 per
month. The cost of the office of the
superintendent of schools is likewise
high, and the cost of road construction
and repairs shows a worse condition.
In behalf of the owners of the 2400
different pieces of property that were
advertised for taxes last spring, and
in behalf of the low sales of farm
goods and ready cash on hand, I beg
of you to have our governor and the
next legislature o cut out some of
the immense cost of state and county
government and to reduce the state
tax levy so there will be little surplus
in our state treasury. Now is the time
for our taxpayers to appeal to our
law-makers to reduce costs of state
and county government.
Reddick, Dec. 4. L. S. Light.
The funny thing about a business
revival is that those who have faith
are not the ones at the mourners
bench. La Grange Reporter.

Tomorrow the Day On "Which The Au Autonomous
tonomous Autonomous Government of Ireland
Will Commerce to Operate

London, Dec. 5. (By Associated
Press). The autonomous government
for Ireland today lacked only formal
assent of King George to the Irish
constitution bill. The Anglo-Irish
treaty expires tomorrow when the
provisional government will cease to
function and the free state govern government
ment government will officially take charge. The
first meeting of the Dail Eireann
lower house has been fixed for five
o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
WHIPPED BY A WHEEL
Osten Had a Date With the Grim
Reaper but Succeeded in Having
' The Meeting Adjourned
Mr. Robert Van Osten .had a date
with the death angel this morning but
persuaded his majesty that he wasn't
ready to fill his engagement yet, so
gained a reprieve. Bob was returning
from Orlando on the back seat of Bob
Adams' Hudson. Mr. Adams was driv driving
ing driving at about thirty miles an hour,
when suddenly Bob Van Osten felt
something hit him on the shoulder and
then on the hand. By that time he
had slipped off the seat and was in
the bottom of the 'car, where he was
cut of reach of the murderous blows
that were beimr rained on the side of
the car. When Mr. Adams stomped
the car it was found that the lock ring
that holds the tire on the wheel had
come loose at one end and was being
used as a steel whin every time the
wheel went around. Bob's shoulder
is sore and hisfinger badly hurt from
the whioDine he eot. The rear cur-
tain and bows of the car toD were torn
badly and a hole was driven through
the door of the car.
TUBERCULOSIS CHRISTMAS
SEAL SALE IS OPEN
The Quota for Florida is Set
Fifty Thousand Dollars
At
I sincerely trust that the citizens
of every community in our state' will
give generous support to this annual
campaign to provide funds for the
maintenance of the volunteer public
health work of the. state. The vital
necessity for a continuation of the
vigorous ngnt against tuoercuiosis
can not be too strongly emphasized.
More adequate provision for public!
health work would be made if the pub-
he fully realized the "frightful toll tak-
en annually by preventable disease.
As a result of the work of the Florida
m
Public Health Association and other
public agencies, a winning fight is De-
ing made against tuberculosis. Records
of the state boards of health through-
out the United States show deaths
from tuberculosis is on the decrease,
If the work is continued and extended,
the White Plague can in time be wfp-
ed out. The amount of work we are
able to do in bringing relief to those
suffering throughout Florida will be
directry in proportion to the support it
is given by the public. When;wej5top
to consider the progress that has been
made in the fight against tuberculosis
in the last few years, we should con-
sider it not only a privilege but an
obligation to do every thing within
our power to bring this fight to a sue-
cessful conclusion.
The work of the Florida public
health association is supported entire-
ly by the sale of the little penny
Christmas Tuberculosis Seals. I can-
not too strongly urge the people of
Florida to buy Christmas seals.
Yours very truly,
I. L. Kaplan, President
Florida Public Health Association,
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CLARA PHILLIPS IS
AN ACTIVE CLIMBER
Escaped Early Today from the County
Jail in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, Dec. 5. (Associated
Press). Clara Phillips, under sen-
t. t.n iif Prison-
f tfcp bnrr,

murder of Alberta Meadows, climbed mgf or seven cents a copy in Ber Ber-out
out Ber-out of a window in the woman's sec- books are a good quality of
tion of the county jail and escaped toen. Paper with substantial covers,
early.today. She was held in jail pend pending
ing pending appeal gf her case. The belief is Thanksgiving was probable institu institu-expressed
expressed institu-expressed that she was aided by other ted by the Pilgrim Fathers for the
inmates. benefit of parents whose sans had
survived the football season. Axner-
Advertise in the Evening Star. ican lumberman (Chicago).

Turkey May Carry Its Points at Pres Present,
ent, Present, But Civilized Powers
Will Bide TheirTime

Lausanne, Dec. 5. (By Associated
Press). Turkey and Europe have ap
parently drifted so far apart on the
great issues of the Near East confer conference
ence conference that pessimists have a fruitful
field for unhappy prognostications of
complete collapse of the conference and
resumption of war in- southeastern
Europe. Such a culmination of th
conference could be easily argued as
a strong possibility, but such an argu argument,
ment, argument, based on a reasonable hypothe hypothesis,
sis, hypothesis, would leave out the fact that Eu Europe
rope Europe needs peace.
HOOKS HORNS IN
Not belonging to the "anti poke
your nose in other people's business
society", (I may wish I had) -I am
assuming that is is no harm to ease
up near the front and take a hand in
a free-for-all discussion about schools
and etc.
I feel like handing .Mr. Tax Payer
a beauquet, even though he might be
wrong, because he has courage enough
to kick if he thinks' he has room for
one. v
To a casual thinker, it does look a
little singular that the county can pa"y
$335 a month for three officers who
has but little or nothing to do with
lthe fundamental principles of advanc
in education in the school-room, and
whiIe the teachers who has to be on
ine JOD 311 ine lime casing me nrsi,
best and most lasting impressions of
1,fe nas sot to take a chance on get
I 1 Al
un& PaV Ior ineir service wnen xney
can and perhaps borry money to pay
Doara or Doara or 3 wea".
11 maKe no amerence aoout one
Daruing teacners, senoing to scnooi,
or now much tax ne pays, inat aoes
not eliminate the cause for a kick. My
observation is, that taxes hits a little
man just as hard, if not a little harder,
than it, does the big taxpayer in pro
portion to their worth,.
Mr Veal ends his spiel by telling
that when a mule kicks, he is not pull
ing. Right you are Mr. Veal, but that
could be hurled at the best pullers if
he ever kicked. There is another pro
verb that says, "the horse that draws
most is most whip't.
We notice that the biggest hearted.
m0st accommodating nerson is imnos-
I ed on most.
A kittle baby cannot talk, hense it
Jhas to cry and kick to make its wants
known. 'Better kick than suffer.
A mule cannot reason and talk as
we do, and when he is pinched, all he
can do is to kick or bray. Kicking is
the more effective.
No doubt that England was proud
of her collonies over here 'till they
began to kick of oppression, then she
wanted to kill them,
If no one ever kicked, there woulA
be but little use of more elections, for
the officers might hold on 'till death,
a3 one who is fed from the public feed
trough, seldom kicks,
If the people will do a little real
thinking, and see how few real edu-
cators and thinkers has been turned
out of our schools in the last quarter
of century in proportion to the money
spent, it might open up an avenue for
more kicking.
Mr. Veal is right when he states
that the law fixes the salaries, and Mr.
Benjamin is right when he intermates
that it is the system that is responsi-
ble, and not the school officers,
Yes, the law fixes these officers, but
wonder who creates the office and
fixes the salary of the county demon-
stration agent, who has not yet told a
thing about how weevils get into corn.
I wrote some time ago and gave my
experience in the matter, and asked
the information, thinking I could learn
something from- a man who is worth
$200 a month.
Please excuse the "charlatatanry
of myself and Mr. Tax Payer, for,
without asking questions, we are slow
tora- C. A. Hooks.,
Oxford, Fla., Dec 5.
former s William's mem-
oirs handsomely bound in cloth, are

Harding and Other Statesmen Give
The Great Frenchman The
Glad Hand

Washington, Dec. 5. (Associated
Press) Georges Clemenceau was up
before day this morning for the first
glimpse by, daylight of the capital,
where he expects to put in during the
next four days some stiff blows in be behalf
half behalf of an understanding between
France and the United States. It was
dusk when he arrived yesterday and
he obtained only a glimpse of the city.
RECEIVED AT WHITE HOUSE
M. Clemenceau paid his respects to
President Harding this morning. Ar Arriving
riving Arriving at the White House three min minutes
utes minutes before ten, he was ushered im immediately
mediately immediately into the executive 'offices,
where the presidnt greeted him. The
"Tiger" was looking hale and jaunty,
wearing a high hat for the second time
since his arrival in America. He was
presented to the president by' the
French ambassador. M. Jusserand.
The "Tiger" is to visit former. Presi
dent Wilson tomorrow.
THE SECRETARY OF
AGRICULTURE'S REPORT
Washington, Dec. 5. American far-
mers, comprising about one-third of
the country's population, find them themselves,
selves, themselves, notwithstanding their hard
work and large production this year,
still laboring under a serious disad disadvantage
vantage disadvantage as compared with other
groups of workers because of the dis dis-tortionate
tortionate dis-tortionate relationship of prices, Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Wallace of the Department of
Agriculture told President Harding
and Congress today in his annual re report.
port. report. .
"There is food in abundance, "Mr.
Wallace said, "and this contributes to
the prosperity of business and indus-
try for. a time, but the inadequate re
turn which the farmer is receiving,
and has for three years, inevitabely
must result in readjustments in the
number of people on farms and in
the cities, which will not be for the
continuing good of the nation.
There has been a greatly accelerat accelerated
ed accelerated movement of farmers, and especi especially
ally especially farmers' sons from the farms to
the cities and industrial centers, the
Secretary reported, declaring that best
estimates "indicate that during July,
August and September twice as many
persons left the farms for the cities
as normally.
The Secretary renewed his recom recommendation
mendation recommendation for rural credits legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, asserting that action should be
taken promptly to increase the maxi

mum wnicn a f arm J-oan rsank may
loanto an individual from $10,000 to
$25,000. He advocated also a read readjustment
justment readjustment of the time loans may run,
saying a system should be established
by which the farmers could borrow
for periods of from six months to
three years. Creation of a new bur bureau
eau bureau of home economics was urged by
the Secretary, to enable the depart-
ment to extend its efforts toward bet better
ter better economic systems in the rural
community.
Another problem requiring immedi immediate
ate immediate attention, the Secretary said, was
"the necessity of working out and
nn1. i : i m

a kuuiuicucuaive uia.ii ui onj.

tecting, regrowing and utilizing our
forests." He declared forest legisla-
fionvshould be enacted extending fed- V
eral cooperation to the growing and
distribution of forest-planting mater material,
ial, material, extending purchase of timberland
"as rapidly as the condition of the

Treasury will permit", and covering
into national forests some area now
comprised in Indian reservations.
; The Secretary reported good pro-
gress in organization of the Packers
and Stockyards Administration and
the Grain Futures Administration, in
the campaign against plantpests, and
in the various other lines of service
in which his department is interested.

iu 3 cai nuuiu ue a prosperous
year for agriculture and consequently
a prosperous year for the nation, if
the relationship of prices now was
such as existed before the war, Secre- :
tary Wallace said. -There has been

some increase in prices of farm pro products,
ducts, products, but there has not been much
improvement in the general relation relationship
ship relationship between the prices of the things
the farmer produces and the things
he buys.
I When the great American public
isnt sure' what it wants, it votes for
something different from what it has.



OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1922

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STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA
H. J. Bittlager, Prealdeat
H. D. Leaveaicood, VIce-Prealdeat
P. V. Leaveagood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. H. Beajamln, Editor

them. We daresay the leading demo-

crats are parties to the same pious

fraud, and no doubt Senator Under

wood winked at Senator Lodge, or vice battle today are outside of France,

versa, more than once during the de- the fighting going on mainly between
bate. the Meuse and Lille. The British and

Belgians have driven the Germans

fWF. HITVnRED AND TWENTY" Dae lour mues m oeigium, aim lue

French are making gains m Alsace

Dispatch from Copenhagen says

Entered at Ocala. Fla., postofflce as
second-class matter.

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Wonder why so many writers use
the term "automatic revolver"? A

revolver is automatic to a certain ex

tent, but the pistol called automatic

doesn't revolve.

The little filibuster having won out
the democrats in the Senate will start

the big one as soon as the shipping
bill comes up for consideration.

Times-Union.
And probably lose it.

The first paper money in this coun

try was issued in 1690. And judging
from the looks of some of the money
that .circulates todav it is still in

use. Miami Herald.
What'smatter with your banks

Ocala banks hand out. nice, clean

money.

EIGHT YEARS AGO

enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Bla-

lock were Mrs. Nixon, Mrs. Carney,

Dec. 5, 1914. The great zones of i Mrs. Hall, Mrs. A- G. Gates, Mrs. IL

FIVE DOLLARS WANTED

tw. f th Ster and the Germans own up to losing over six

, T , o i i hundred thousand men to date, on the
Ocala Industrial School, we want one A I

hundred nd twenty-five dollars for western xront. xney nave xom. a. iac

the school's Christmas tree. This is MT 7 ""

..... j ironx. ine Austrian tosses are oe-
httle more than we asked for a ....
. . Ivond rnmnutation. The Allies losses

year ago, but the scnooi now nas
, uio- o ?f are tremendous, and the bulk of them
nearlv twice as manv scholars as-it ...

had then, and $125 won't be anywhere
near $2 for each girl. The school had

a wonderful Christmas tree last year,

and if we could take the sunshine it
brought to the faces of the girls and

coin it into golden ten dollar pieces

it would pay for. all the streets we

need in this town' and eliminate for

have fallen on the Russians.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

H. Slovail, Mrs. A. L. Blalock, Mrs.

T. M. Moore, Mrs. Julian Robinson, j

Misses Sara Davj3, Cecile Downs,

Lcuise Nixon, Clara Johnson and Hes

ter uewey. supper was served in

courses and consisted of oyster cock

tail, crackers, fried oysters, hot rolls.

pickles, celery, hot coffee with whipped

cream and Waldorf salad.

It is best "for an Ocala man not to i

frown too much. If for no other rea

son the dust will fill the furrows of

his face and the city water won't wash

out. Every man will find it will

pay to wear a placid visage all day I

ana ponsn on ms countenance every
night with his whisk broom or hat

rush.

(Evening Star Dec. 5, 1902)

The Star is reliably informed that

it is the intention of Mr. W. N. Camp

ever one of the things we squabble Jack Camp and their familie3 to seek

about.

homes in Ocala and to establish here

The school has done well since last thdr business office. They would be

Christmas. A considerable number ot

the girls have graduated and gone
back to their homes or out in the
world to fill responsible places and
live happy, useful lives. Several dis

tinguished people have been here and

a desirable addition socially and com

mefcially and we trust that our pleas

ant expectations will be realized

Ocala would certainly give them a

cordial welcome.

Rev. W. C. Lindsay, D. D., of Biloxi,

x J :x i l l a-T 1 j I

inspecteu it a.u ueeit uolu pieSeu .,u Miss why hag acceptably fiUed the

surpnseu uy its euicieucy auu we tn PwriwrerMm rhnrrh fnr

i i- .1.1. j. a j I r f

nave um. W M, tnexu uuu- t hag accepted a call
fully and truthfully that one reason m nrpai.h hU

wny tne scnooi uoes gooa wofk is mat Bprmn j. Mh

i i i i T :l l

v,en a gin lias ueen nere awniie aue M- Mq ctar,AUv wfcn i

feels, that she is at home and wien student at Converse College, Spartan-

she looks around at the Marion hills

and over toward Ocala she knows that

she is among friends, and that the

great state of Florida has a personal

interest in her welfare. It will soon

burg, S. C, arrived home today to as

sist in caring for her little brother,
who was so severely burned a week

ago.

The Marion district Sunday school

f y since tne scnooi was convention. which met at Heidtville
founded, and the good it has done can Saturday and Sunday was a suc.

bev written only in the world-wide
ledger of the recording angel. How

different the history of that school
front that of many others! Ocala has

helped make it different and should

keep it that way.

cess. The attendance was quite large

and great enthusiasm prevailed. Uncle

Billy Folks preached' a very eloquent

sermon.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Findley, four

mMos north of 0ala. a hahv eirl. Dv

We have already collected $14 of XVnH Wnn1 w thtk attpriA tw-

it. 0.1 j i -ii i I " o

me i, anu nope you win cmp m

!J1 Vl.- ii . im i

rapmiy witn me otner Ane N. W. Harison. resident of the

quicker the money is raised, the easier Qcala Foundry and Machine Works

ii win ue, on your veneraoie uncie oen, i nnla wsfprHav. Ha has

.T- jl l l .. I

wuuse iiumuer ten nuois are easuy i n a

than pleased with the prosperous con

Turkey promises that "the law will

be fairly and honestly administered.'

Good! Now let us see a few samples of

Turkish law so administered. Times

Union. (
Well bet you would not say' that so
readily if the law was to be adminis administered
tered administered on you.

blistered walking around under his
., :u

unwiciuy cittdsa. JJt;v in ViiVh ho fmmH thp enmnanv

The money received to date is from th manaffement of E. E. Cline

TT' jy A TTT i t a. A r y I

Mfla Ayer wnni and the improvements made in the

' plant during the summer.

x.uu

Says the Times-Union: Thomas
Covington McEachin Jr., of Gaines--ville,
is Florida's 1922 Rhodes scholar,
according to announcement yesterday
by the Florida committee of selection.
The committee met Saturday, with withholding
holding withholding its announcement until Sunday
afternoon. Mr. McEachin will go into
residence at Oxford University in Oc October,
tober, October, 1923."
It pays to demand a new trial. Last
March Chas. H. Veber, a Miami
whisky runner, was convicted of the
murder of Jack Tigertail, a Seminole
chief. His attorneys got a new trial
on a technicality. ( Tuesday night, on
his second trial, he was acquitted by
a jury. Titusville Star-Advocate.
That didn't pay' the community.

It occurs to us that it would be bad
policy for City Manager Riddle of
West Palm Beach to get himself in' a
position where ,he will have to say,
"Good Morning, Judge," in the city

court of that place. The city manager

is, endeavoring to have Municipal
Judge Joe Earman removed from of office.
fice. office. Fort Lauderdale Herald.
Bad for W. Palm Beacbif Riddle
succeeds.

Mrs

Cash
Cash

J. W. Sylvester 1.00

Dr. H. W. Henry 1.00

J. H. Benjamin 5.00

Mack Taylor 1.00

E. A. Osborne

L. W. Duval

Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Dec. 5, 1912)

W L. Denham and family returned

1.00 yesterday from Crystal River, where

1.00 the v snent Thanksgiving with Mrs

I

The game is now opened, friends. Denham's father, Capt. N. Barco. The

Ante up. We will take any sum, trip was made in their car and splen splen-given
given splen-given freely and kindly, from ten did time was made, leavirig there at

cents up. We don't want to pry a 9 o'clock and with stops in Ocala and

titewad loose from any amount. other places en route they arrived in

1 he money we saye,we cannot keep; Gainesville at 1 p. m. Gainesville

the money we blow in on ourselves Sun.

seldom returns 100 per cent, but the Last night at six o'clock Mrs. L. F.

money we give to bring smiles to the Blalock gave an oyster supper compli

faces of, humanity goes to pave the mentary to the ladies who assisted her
golden street tha"will bear our joyful in decorating her car for the automo automo-feet,
feet, automo-feet, when we go our friends to meet, bile parade, which took place at the

over Jordan. cnnTs ThanTcsfnviner dav. This

car was indeed a thing of beauty an

Senator Fletcher in a speech at the won tte first Pme- The ladies wno

At FQ

M The Fashion Center

W ED M E S B A

MYSTERV SOLVER

Mrs. A. You say you kept a cook
for a whole month. How in the

world did you manage it?
Mr.' B. Wo were cruising on
houseboat and she couldn't swim.

SHOCKING.
Parson Turtle
Gracious
what a shocking
bathing surt that
Miss Frog
wears.

NOW HE
KNOWS
He: Your face
Is familiar to
me. Haven't I
met you some somewhere?
where? somewhere? She: Maybe.
That's where I
spent last summer.

Y

19x38 TurMsti Towels
worth 35c each
21c
Not more than six towels to a customer

THE YEAR'S GREATEST SALE ON
LADIES READY-TO-WEAR NOW ON
Any Coat in the store reduced 33 1-3 per cent
Any Winter Suit reduced 33 1-3 per cent.
All Silk and Wool Dresses reduced 25 per cent.
Sweaters reduced 25 per cent. v
Blankets i educed 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 apparej most at the end of the
season's prices.
ALL SALES FINAL ABSOLUTELY NOTHING CHARGED.

I Do your Christmas shopping fiere, do it

now. We are headquarters for use- v
fal practical and appreciative
gifts.
WE HAvk IT AT LOWER PRICES.

WORDS AND
MUSIC.
Married life la
one sweet
ong-,
Poets sy.
Just chin music
all day long,
Br the way.

F IK A M

M

The Fashion Center

itssst

REVENGE.
Gus: Can I ex expect
pect expect your co-operation
In win winning
ning winning your sister?
Tommy: Sure,
I'm sore on her
now for spanking
m e this afternoon.

li::::;:ii::iii:it:n:t;:i::i::i;:i;:;:in:;:

Gardner's famous fruit cake, layer

cake, pound cake and raisin cake at

Main Street Market. Phone 108. 10-tf

Jacksonville fair, quoted Artaxerxes
on the question of American taxation.
We have no .personal acquaintance

with this generous gentleman, but

from the. fact the vital part of his

name is tax, we will request our sen

ior senator to refrain from further

quoting him at agricultural fairs.

Orlando Reporter-Star.

There was a considerable number of

I the Artaxerxes boys there is no syl

lable in this name that spells "tax

LOOK AGAIN. YOU'RE RIGHT.
There's no ice in the refrigerator. But tfiere's food, plenty of it.
-Yet i'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 a few cents a day to make sure that
the food is protected.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company

ntiiiiiiiininri8iiiiim:iini8iiiii!i;;t?fuuwu

iHH

.The brutal execution of Erskine
Childers on the charge of owning a
revolver, may result in overturning

x the Irish Free State. Childers wasl

the lieutenant and aide of DeValera,
and the charge may have been true,
but 'it was poor excuse for a killing
which was little short of murder.
Tampa Times.
Your memory is short. Have you
forgotten the brutaj murders commit committed
ted committed by Childers and other members of
his faction on people who had no re revolvers
volvers revolvers to defend themselves with?

Dispatches from Washington say
the filibuster against the Dyer anti anti-lynching
lynching anti-lynching bill has won, and the bill is
dead. We have very little doubt that
such an end was planned for it-in the
Senate months ago. With the ma majority
jority majority the republicans have in the
Senate they could have suspended the
rules and forced the bill thru had they
possessed any real determination to
do it. We doubt very much that
northern republicans have any more
desire to stop lynching than southern
democrats. They make a big fuss, in introduce
troduce introduce bills, let them die in confer conference
ence conference or be killed by opposition 'and
then tell the negroes they have tried
1 .-9

out tne wicked democrats won't let

by the way.

tor refer

To which did our sena-

NOTICE

The annual meeting of the Lake

Weir Club will be held at the club I

house Dec. 8th at 7 p. m.

F. M. Hall, Sec'y.-Treas.
Eastlake, Dec. 4, 1922.

111

W2aoa

Cert By Test

What nave you to trade lor 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

remember the lowest priced
Baking Powder is often the
most expensive that baking,
powder economy cannot be
based on purchase price its
results that count Thaf s why

OUR PHONES
243 and 174
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
YOURS FOR ERVICE
COOK'S filARKET and GROCERY i

We can supply your wants in the

fresh meat, poultry and vegetable line
on short notice. Try us. Phone 108.

Main Street Market. l-tf

FORDS WE HAVE THEM

Coupe, touring car and light

truck; prices right and terms. Spen-

cer-Pedrjck Motor Co., Ocala, Fla.

Phone 8.' 23-tf

The very newest thing in white kid,

one-strap pumps, made by Utz &

uunn. .Price is seven dollars and a

half at Little's Shoe Parlor. 2-tf

Let us supply your groceries. Beas-

orable prices and prompt delivery our j
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone

108. 1-tf

The Economy EMMSM( PBWIEBEM

is the biggest selling brand in America.
You save when you buy it ;you save
when you use it
Use the same Baking Powder that
guards the purity of bakings in millions
of homes that retains its unfailing
leavening strength to the very last spoonful.
The sale of Calumet is over 150
greater than that of an; other baking
powder.
A pound can of Calumet contains full
16 ounces. Some baking powders come
in 12 ounce instead of 16 ounce cans. Be
sure you get a pound when you want it.'

ZTHE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POZYDZZl

One quart New Honey CC
tt ir wwt

r
Palm Olive Soap,
three cakes for. .
Heinz Small Can
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Cream of Wheat,
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Shredded Wheat
Biscuit package.
Corn Flakes
three for
SWEET POTATOES,
per peck...
Octagon Soap,

three for

25c
11c
25c
15c
25c
40c

20c J

Jello 12c' package,

three for....

33c

Quaker Oats, 12c pkg.f OO
three for JOU

Post Toasties, OK r
thrm 1nr WV

Premier Salad
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UNEEDA BISCUITS,
per package. .....

ZUZU CRACKERS,
per package

Small Graham Crackers, C
per package ..... .-. OC

Animal Crackers,

per package

43c
43 c
5c

Senate Coffee, Aff Lemon Snaps,
per pound WW per package......
Pint Jars Orange Marmalade

5c
5c-
40c

Purina Scratch Feed, Chicken Chowder, Cow Chow
and other Feeds
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
- PHONE 163



OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, BECE5IBER 5, 1922

BiKeTteihtEnbdau DCALA OBSERVANCES

ALL IS WELL : Let not your heart
be troubled: ye bel'.eve In God, believe
also In cae. In my Father's boose are
many mansions: If It were not so, I
wonld have told you- I to prepare
a place for you. John 14: 1,2.
DEWEY'S RESTAURANT

If you have any news items for this

department, phone five-one.

Mr. D. Niel Ferguson left thi3 aft-1

ernoon for Live Oak, where he will
attend to some legal business. ;

"On the Square," west side. Oysters
and fish daily. Open all night- tf

If you will begin shopping at the

GIFT SHOP this week you can secure
the doll, the toy or book you need for

Christmas. If you wait until next

week you may not get as good selec

tion. Our stock is now complete in

every detail. THE GIFT SHOP. 4-3t

Mrs. E. C. Staley and children, who

have been spending the past six weeks

in Manitou, Colo, have returned home.

The weak and the strong enjoy eat-

ine the best fresh meats obtainable.

That's the kind to be found at the

Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf

Stove wood, $2 per load. K.
Todd "Lumber Company. 25-tf

A Word
To the Wise!

There's a time for all things.
It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The
fall season's here and a paint
job done now will stay a year.
Bring your car to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
: them.

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 Philathea class will have a
meeting at the Baptist church Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening, December 7th, 1922, at
7:45. All members are urged to be
present.
Mr. W. W. Condon has returned
from bis purchasing trip to New
York and Philadelphia, where he

bought a full line of Christmas goods
for the Book Shop and the Gift Shop.

Be sure and see our Juvenile Books.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
GERIG. 12-4-6t

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

Mrs. P. V. Leavengood and her sis- j
ter, Mrs. L. M. Jones of MilledgeviHe, ;

Ga., who is her guest, left this morn morning'
ing' morning' for, a week's automobile trip on

the East Coast. They expect to go as

far south as Miami.

Mr. T. M. Kilgore leaves today for

Jacksonville, from which city he will j

drive one of the brand new model
Packards to Citra for Mrs. J. B. Bor Borland.
land. Borland. He is very proud of the new
Packard for which he is local agent.

The State Baptist convention con convened
vened convened this morning in Gainesville. A
number of people from the Ocala Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church expect to go to Gainesville
to attend the meetings, if not for the
whole time, for some of the sessions.
The following are among those who
will be present: Mr. K. H. Clements,

Mr. and Mrs- John Edwards, Mr. and

Mrs. D. Niel Ferguson and Mrs. R. EL
Floyd.

Mr. G. H. Mortland ha xeturned

from a two months combined business

and pleasure trip spent in Tennessee.

Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe will be hostess

tomorrow afternoon at the regular

weekly meeting of the Eastern Star
sewing circle, which will be held at

three o'clock.

P

Circle B of the Baptist church will

hold- a cake, candy and fancy work

sale Friday morning, Dec. 15th, on

the Ocala House porch. Orders taken

now for angel and chocolate cake.

Phone 579. 5-lt

SPENCER PEDRICK
MOTOR CO.
PHONE 8

Machine hemstitching; artistic

handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.

urimDiy, via UKiawana avenue, ucaia.
Phone 409 15-tf

Beautiful tissue paper for your

gifts, white and colored. THE SPE SPECIALTY
CIALTY SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 4-6t

The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Blood will be glad to hear that their
little son, Willard who has been very

sick for the past week, is much im improved
proved improved and well on the road to recovery.

Mrs. J. D. Edwards of Chicago, who

has been visiting her sister-in-law,

Mrs. Geo. K. Williams, left yesterday

afternoon for Daytona Beach, where

she will spend the remainder of the
winter with relatives.

THE GIFT SHOP has hundreds of
books for children, many of the new
ones and a great many of the old fav favorites.
orites. favorites. THE GIFT SHOP. 4-3t

DEWEY'S RESTAURANT
"On the Square," west side. Oysters
and fish daily. Open all rught. tf

Our Christmas cards are now on
display. Make your selections early.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
GERIG. 12-4-6t

Please begin your shopping now at
THE BOOK SHOP. We are ready to
serve you. If you delay you may
miss something you can et now. 3t

THREE DAY REMEDY
FOB BAD STOMACHS

RE-CU-MA Being Praised Beyond
Measure By Grateful People
From Far and Near

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brennan and fam family,
ily, family, who have been occupying the
house on East Second street formerly
occupied by Mr. Howard Clark, have
moved into one of Mrs. Emily Green's
houses on East Fort King.

Call 471-Blue for the best red oak
and pine strand wood. Four-foot
wood $3.50. E. Gibbons, North Os Osceola
ceola Osceola street. 16

We would like to show you our line
of Little Gifts, for the grown-ups and

the kiddies. THE SPECIALTY

SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 12-4-6t

Vacation and business trips to the
north as made on Merchants and
Miners steamers from Jacksonville to
Baltimore or Philadelphia will be
found most satisfactory. It

The regular monthly meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary will be
held tomorrow night, Wednesday, Dec
6th, .at 8 o'clock. The hostesses for
the month of December are Mrs. Jack
Thomson, Mrs. Rex Todd, Mrs. C. R.
Tydings Sr and Mrs. Robert Van
Osten.

The Gibson line of Holiday Boxes
in all sizes. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. GERIG. 12-4-6t

The most complete assortment of
seals, enclosure cards, tags and gift
dressings. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A E. GERIG. 12-4-6t

Kingan's Reliable Bacon in pound

i cartons, 40c. per pound, Tuesday, Wed

nesday and Thursday only, at the U U-Serve
Serve U-Serve Stores. 4-2t

Advertise in the Evening Star.

The Past Patrons and Past Matrons

Club of the O." E. S. met last night at
the home of Mr- and Mrs. C. E. Sim Simmons.
mons. Simmons. Practically all the members
were present and a most enthusiastic
and enjoyable meeting was held. The
social part of the evening was well

filled with entertainment, all kinds of
games being enjoyed by the members,
after which ice cream, fruit cake and

coffee' were served.

ENGRAVING
Gold, silver and ivory, flat table tableware,
ware, tableware, script or old English, 50c. per
set of six. Single initial on any article,
25c. each. Ivory toilet sets" a specialty,
$25c. per letter, any color enamel.
Pearl necklace restrung on best heavy
silk cord, 75c. Watch repairing.
MRS. E. M. BROWN,
Third Floor Condon's Apartments,
Fort King Ave. d&w It ;

Jacksonville, Dec 4. Judging from
the voluntary testimonials which peo people
ple people all over the country are giving
RECUMA, this wonderful preparation
is doing more good for sickly, weak
and run-down people than anything
ever heard of. j
"I have been dreadfully weak, nerv nervous
ous nervous and run-down," most of these

folks say, in explaining their condi condition.
tion. condition. And in variably the next thing
they say I began to notice improve-

! ment after the first few doses of RE-

CUMA," and by the time they took a
few bottles of RE-CU-MA they were
well.
A great many of these cases re reported
ported reported are almost unbelievable. Peo

ple who have suffered the tortures of

stomach distress, malaria, nervous nervous-ness,
ness, nervous-ness, rheumatism, headaches, consti constipation
pation constipation and countless" other ailments

for years, seem to get relief from the
very start.

Now, from the way RE-CU-MA is

working almost miraculous changes in
the condition of sick, weak, run-down
and suffering people, it seems the long

looked-f or relief has been found.
People Here to Benefit
This wonderful medicine is sold in
Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store and by leading druggists in ev every
ery every city -Adv.

Edmonton, Alberta, owns its utili utilities
ties utilities and a paving plant. It is. now
planning to obtain leases of tar sands
deposits at McMurray and prepare its
own road materials.

Plumbing & Electrical
Contracting

Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully
given.
. PHONE 252

Needham Motor Co.

C. CECIL BRYANT
AUDITOR
Income Tax Consultant
Phone 481 Bine
Room 23, Hdiler Block

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lshed as information and not guar-
.ateed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 ;an
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:16 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 8:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
.8:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
j) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
Tampa-Manatee-1:55
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTork-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

ALWAYS ASK US FOR
(smturjiJEir
TU Economy BAKING POWatR
CRESCENT GROCERY

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con-

tract work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

$ - ' .. .- : . .. w &

i. -.-.. A

GADSON'S Toyiand is OPEN, and we are ready to

you our splendid Holiday line.

You will find here charming Gifts and plenty of them to

select from

We are also featuring a beautiful line of Ladies' one-piece
Dresses, in Serges, Poiret-Twill, Crepe de Chine and Tricotines,
Ladies' Coats, Scarfs, Hats, .Blouses, and Men's Clothing; at a
; (E M E AT 1E1UCTI(Q)M
You cannot duplicate the goods or the prices

CUT PRICES OKI ALL

Our Ready-to-Wear Merchandise, Clothing, Hats, Shoes.
This Lower rice Sale continues until Jan ry 1st.

Come M aid ask to see ow goods .and get oir prices

IF; Po QAM

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1922

ADELE 6URLS
EASTLAKE
Eastlake, Dec. 4. Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Ridd and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schweikofer of Honesdale, Pa., friends
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
(HATES under this heading are as
foI"9WB: Maximum of six lines one time
the; three-timea 60c;, six times 75c; one
month 13.00. All accounts) payable la
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR RENT One small bedroom,
$1.50 per week. Room with or
without board. Phone 543. Mrs.
Geo. F. Young, 512 E. 8th St., op opposite
posite opposite high -school building. 5-6t
FOR RENT Four room furnished
cottage at 708 North Magonlia St.
Apply at 704 North Magnolia
street. 12-4-3t
FOR SALE 500 acres good hammock
land north of Ocala. Write W. G.
Brown, Ocala or Miami. 12-2-3t
FOR RENT Two room, Burnett's
flat. Phone 158 or see Mrs. G. R.
Battle, at 119 Magnolia St. 2-3t
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1921 Buick
Six Touring. Terms if desired. See
Blalock Bros. tf
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-
, lars phone 604. 12-l-6t
FOR SALE Two blocks from court courthouse
house courthouse 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 points
er dog about three months old. Re Reward
ward Reward for return to W. M. Parker
at Parker & Guynn's store. 29-3t
SALTED MULLET MULLET-moved;
moved; MULLET-moved; extra fine;
Backbone re re-10
10 re-10 pounds for
$1.50; 25 pounds or more, 12 4c.
per pound, C. O. D. Expense on
parcel post prepaid. Le&'s Fish and
Poultry Market, 9 Sixth St., S., St.
Petersburg, Fla. 29-6t
WANTED Two or three roomers
with or without board. Rates reas reasonable.
onable. reasonable. Kitchen privileges. Phone
8th St., opposite High School build build-543.
543. build-543. Mrs. Geo. F. Young, 512 E.
ing. 27-6t
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 Down stairs apartment,
' four rooms and bath; modern conveniences,-
Unfurnished apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Phone 450 or see Dr. W. K.
Lane. 24-tf
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
electrically equipped; four rooms,
bath, screened porch, attractive,
modem, all conveniences. Season
rental $50 per month. By year $40.
Apply to Mrs. George Blitch or
Joseph Bell. 2-6t
FOR SALE One good gentle mar,
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. Carn. 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. Mclver, Ir-.
vine, Fla. 20-10t
"'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. (Jail on
or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf

Beth Palm Rowley, Not

ed Hair Specialist,
Here for One Week
Only, Beginning
WEDNESDA 1, DLL 6
More hair is again in vogue and
most of the ladies gladly welcome the
new style of hairdress- Bobbed hair
is said to; be completely passe, and
while last year it was felt that the
less hair the better, this year it is to
be just the reverse. Mrs. Rowley has
a beautiful line of Ear Waves, Trans-
formations, Curls, Puffs, Switches,
etc., made of real Human Hair. She
will J?e pleased to have the ladies call.
Combings Made to Your Order
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
F RA-N X S
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tamblyn, have
come to Eastlake and are living in
Mrs. Minnie Reed' cottage on the
Dixie Highway for the winter. Messrs
Ridd and Schweikofer have large ag-
ricultural and dairy interests in Penn-
sylvania and are much pleased with
what they have seen of Florida and
its nossibilities.
Miss Dorothv Klock of Orlando has
-
been the guest of Mrs. Walter R. Lee
for two weeks, and has enioyed re-
newing her acquaintance with East-
lake friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ritter of Tampa
are visiting the former's sister. Mrs.
Arthur Creviston, who has taken
"The Oaks" at Woodmar for the win
ter. Mr. Ritter is in the lumber busi-
ness in Tampa, and also interested in
manufacturing brick.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall and Mr.
and Mrs. S. R. Hall of Falmouth
Heights, Mass., annual winter guests
in Eastlake, have taken the bungalow
art the Divi T-TioTvwnv htIo-nornc t.n I
the Eastlake Investment Company,
0 C5
and will remain until late spring.
Miss S. J. Rogers and Miss Eleanore
Kathryn Lee went to Orlando Wed-
nesdav to stav untH Mondav with Dr.
and Mrs. James E. Klock. I
Dr. Biddle of Philadelphia, who built
a large and pretty house in Woodmar
last winter, has had a commodious

water tank erected on his place, andjsma11 amount of damage. Mr. J. W,

is' having his house wired for elec-
tricity. He will supply "The Oaks"
with water and light.
Mrs'. Eli Relisle of Worrpsfpr will
sail for thP Minf.ii TWmW 7tk mi
will come to Eastlake for the winter
in her pretty new bungalow built last
several friends, who will be her guests
for the winter. Mr.Belisle expects
to come down later in the season.
Miss Irene Denham and Miss Dor
othy Klock of Orlando were Thanks
giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
R. Lee. Miss Denham expects to leave
the first of the week to spend the win-
ter with relatives in Fort Myers.
Mrs. J. D. Creviston of St. Louis
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are snpndin -Mia winter wili Mr
ArfW r,"
Oaks." Mrs. TV Pnmwholl .Tnnoo nf
Ron Ato tvd ?, -a vj
first of the wppV and will nlft K w
iraest of Mrs. CrPvistoT, fl,p wS.
ter
Service woro hpld ir, tl, ttt lit!
tie chapel of St. Chad Sunday after-
noon. The services were conducted by
Mr. A. R. Cassil, a lay reader 'from
Ocala. Rev! J. J. Neighbour will soon
take up the services for the winter.
The hunting season is bringing out
a goodly number of sportsmen who re
port good luck but have apparently
,
mg is also very popular, and among
.ut
year-old Walter Riefler Lee Jr who
is a good all round sport.
Mr. and Mrs. Bogges of West Vir
ginia, Mrs. "Rheime and Mrs. Kate
Clements of Ocala were in Eastlake
recently visiting "The Wonder Poul
try Farm" and Mrs. Alexander Wynne
at her pretty home,. These two homes
and the wonderful orange groves at
Eastlake were a revelation to Mr. and
m Pno-o-oo
Mrs. William E Miller ar,d W lit.
tie grandson, Walter Riefler. Lee Jr.
will ?o to Orlanda todav to snend a
few davs with Dr. James E. Klock and
familv
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dale and their
daughter, Mrs. Bull of Long Island,
who with her little son is spending the
winter with her parents, were among
the Eastlakers who took in the Mar
ion County Fair Wednesday and
Thursday.
The Eastlake Investment Com-
pany's large packing house on the
lake front will reopen next week, and

a large corps of pickers will be on the Mrs. James Knoblock and daugh daugh-job
job daugh-job Monday. The fruit this year is of ters, Mary B. and Helen, spent
unusually fine' quality as to color, Thanksgiving with relatives in Weirs-

size and sweetness.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Lee and
daughtef,- Eleanore Kathryn will
spend next week in Jacksonville.
Much to the joy of all tourists and

OOALA OCCURREHCES

If you have any local- or society
items fQr star' vhone five-ne-
Mrs-, McGraw, who has been visit
irnr hpr son. Mr. E. P. Mcflraw. lpff.
today for her nome in Jacksonville
W. F. Hill of Pensacola, forest
supervisor, is spending this week in
Ocala, attending to business connected
with this department.
The T. A. G. Club, one of the pop
ular organizations of the young peo-
pie, met this afternoon with Miss
Cornelia Dozier.
Freckles Berry in "Penrod" will be
the picture at- the Temple theater
again tonight. Last night this picture
was shown to a full house and those
who did not see it should not fail to
attend the Temple tonight. It
Mrs. J. is. uryan Jr. and little son,
who were guests of Mrs. Bryan's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stripling
for the past three weeks, returned to
their home in Tampa yesterday
Freckles Berry in- "Penrod" wiH be
the picture at the Temple theater
again tonight. Last night this picture
was shown to a full house and those
who did not see it should not fail to
attend the Temple tonight. It
.
Mr. W. L. Scott returned home last
night from Birmingham, where he
went about two weeks ago to attend
the funeral of his brother, Mr. James
kcott, who was one of the victims of
the Dolomite mine explosion.
The friends and members of the
Methodist church are cordially invited
tc attend the thanks offering social
which will be held at the Methodist
parsonage tonight, beginning at eight
o'clock. A special program has been
arranged and refreshments will be
served
Jvmgan s iteiiaoie Jtsacon m pound
cartons, 40c. per pound, Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday only, at the-U-
Serve Stores. 4-2t
Ij&te Saturday afternoon two trucks
collided at the southwest corner of the
f air grounds, doing a comparatively
Coulter and son, J. W. Jr., were going
sou&t while Mr. Harry Fausett was
driving west. Mr. Fausett's truck
struck the Coulter truck amidships
and youn& Gutter received a cut on
he -"head .and dislocated his right
oot' ums mJes are x serious,
had a fortunateescape
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church are arranging for their bazar
and supper, which will be held Thurs-
day njght a the 0cala House- Don,t
I0ei lo Ke supper-tnere. An ex-
cellent., enu has heea arranSel an
yOU wlU have an PPrtunity (to select
many pretty Christmas presents at
imp l( nnn nam t-li-
NOTICE, KING'S DAUGHTERS
The King's Daughters will hold
their regular monthly, meeting Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs,
W. W. Clyatt on East FortKing ave-
nue at three o'clock. Tt is hoped that
there wil1 a ful1 attendance as SP
Clal ,business & come before tnis
meeting.
WHY PAY NINE DOLLARS?
We saw a pretty satin slipper on a
, coi, w
DOLLARS. Not as pretty nor as good
. ,.
as the one we are offering for Six
Dollars and a Half. THE REASON:
We sell for CASH as we do not wish
to make any more "permanent" in investments
vestments investments in Ocala. All foot troubles
relieved by an expert foot specialist.
Examinations free.
5-6t, LITTLE'S SHOE PARLOR.
AT THE TEMPLE WEDNESDAY
"The Top of New York" will be the
Picture shown Wednesday afternoon
ana mZm fliCAVy 111 ine
stellar role. This is one of the pret-
1.1 i t - ma a j 1
11651 Pictures ever snown in vcaia ana
aiT' oennett guarantees tnat every one
I a i 1 j
wno sees rt m11 De we" Pleasea'
Advertise In the Evening Star.
Messrs. Walter and Howard Lee
filled their cars with friends and rel
atives and spent Wednesday at the
fair, m which the northerners were
much interested.
(dale.
every other traveler the many cul-
verts on the Dixie Highway are now
being built, and the road will soon be
smooth and comfortable.

SOMEvROTARIAXS MADE

FRIEND WIFE SORE
Rev. C. H. Trout was a guest of the
Rotary Club at its luncheon today and
delivered a most interesting talk on
"Democracy and Rotary."
The attendance committee in its
eagerness to get all the Rotes out to
the meeting, got some of the members
into bad repute at home. The com committee
mittee committee issued post cards addressed to
each member reminding them that
Tuesday at one o'clock was the date
promised one "Georgette" for dinner.
Of course all the wives didn't know1
just who this '"Georgette" person was
and it took a whole lot of "explana-
tionine" of some of the Rotes to
straighten out matters.
It was decided to postpone the en
tertainment which has been on, tap for
some time to the early part of Janu
ary.
The public health committee, con
sisting of ilotarians Shep Scott, Ben
Rheinauer and George. MacKay, .will
furnish the program for next week's
meeting, while Russell Dehon and
Ardis Waterman drew the honors of
having every Rotarian in his seat at
that time.
K. OF P. OFFICERS
At its meeting Monday night, Ocala
Lodge No. 19, K. of P., elected the fol
lowing officers to serve during the en
suing term:
G. H. Howell, C. C.
W. L. Colbert, V. C.
L. H. Oliver, P.
W. A. Knoblock, M. of W.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
W. W.Rilea, M. of F.
I. U. Forbes, M. of Ex.
J. L. Hillman, M. at A.
C. A. Savage, I. G. N
R. H. Cunningham, O. G.
W. R. Pedrick,, W. W. Rilea and H.
B. Baxter, representatives to Grand
Lodge.- J. H. Dunn, Tom Proctor and
C K. Sage, alternates.
W. W. Stripling, trustee.
H. B. Baxter, captain of amplified
third rank, team.
L At this meeting the rank of page
was conferred on W. E. Linderman.
NLY
0AY5 TO
SHOP
Merry Christmas
Cards
We have the Christmas
Cards that you are looking for.
Come in and get them. We do
not stand on formality our
doors are wide open; "walk in
and make yourself at home.
You will find tags, sealsi
tuck-ins, cards 'for Mother,
Dad and the whole family,
cards for yur friends humor humorous,
ous, humorous, witty and conventional,
cards from 5 cents to $1.00, in
fact, anything your heart de desires
sires desires in a Christmas Greeting
Card.
Hurry up and call while
our assortment is complete; we
want you to be pleased.
Court Pharmacy
PALATKA-0CALA
BUS LINE
SCHEDULE
Leave Palatka..;. 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala. 11:45, A. M
leave Ocala.. 2:00 P. M.
Arrive Palatka ..-6K)0 P. II.
Ocala leaving point, Ocala .House.
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenwood
and Rodman.
C. P. PUIANS, Prop.
Ocala, Phone 527
The Iceland poppies at Banff and
Lake Lewis. Canada, blossom con-
continonsly from early in May until
October. They were first planted by
Princess Louise at Lake Louise about
10 years ,ago and now cover acres
there. They are the first green things
to show above the soil.

HOME DWELLERS
, AND
HOME BUILDERS
Are installing RADIANTFIRE gas heaters in their
fire places. This new arid revolutionary gas heating
appliance makes the fire place a source of real comfort
at a small price, and there's no bother. "Radiant
Rays project 90 per cent, of their warmth straight
into the room.

HUMPHREY

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GAS HEATER
Burns for hours at the cost of a shovel full of coal
It is Odorless, Ashless, Smokeless and Dustless.

CALL AT OUR SHOW ROOMS AND ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
Ocala Gas Company
Harrington Hall Block Ft, King Avenue

AUTOMOBILE STORAGE'

Large Fire Proof Building

OPEN DAY

Cars Washed and Polished
PHONE 291
. Florida Auto Supply Company
.311-320 N. MAIN STREET

Enjoymont

til wsX scent of its
Mgirs!ffic9 r mi. its
"GdDdpdl to the last drop"'

RICOS.
AUTO REPAIRING
WELDING :.
GENERAL REPAIRING
PAINTING
RADIATOR REPA1RLNG
RET0PPING
GAS OIL GREASE
DIXIE HIGHWAY
GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West BrO&W9jtt
Ocala, Florida.'
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
AN EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUY
Nine-room house in especially good
condition, with bath and all modern
conveniences, located im. lot 72 by 120
feet on newly paved street, near post-
. ti : it i
ouice. unusuany row yi iui vulvt
sale. l-2-ti .S. Sw Savage, Jr.
t -f ;- .--
W. K. Lane, M. D," physician and
surgeon, specialist eye ear, nose and
throat. OEce over 5 and 19 cent tora
Ocala, Fla. tf
Wrap your Christmas packages the
Gift Shop way.
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NOTICE
In tiie Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
-dicial Circuit of FJonda, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Frank W. Kells, 'Complainant, vs.
Richard R. Hice, jet aL, Uelend Uelend-ants.
ants. Uelend-ants. ... y
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
Hice. Mae K. Hice and tula iteiis, be
and they are hereby required to ap appear
pear appear to the hiU of complaint filed in
this cause on or before
Monday,, the 22nd day. of December,
It i further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in,
said county and state.
This 21st day of November, 1922.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster Jr,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County,
Fla. By R. K. Batts, D. C.
H. M. Hampton and F. R. Hocker,
Complainant's Solicitors. 21-5-tues
Prohibition department chemists at
Washington have developed a process
making impossible the redistilling of
wood alcohoT and denatured alhohol'
into alcohol for beverage purposes.



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