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The Ocala evening star
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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Thursday. Little change in temperature. TEMPERATURES This morning 58; this afternoon, 74.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 7:11; Sets, 5:25 OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1922 VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 291
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FEARFUL TRAGEDY
MORNING
THIS
AT LAN6LEY FIELD
TRYING TO AVOID
FUTURE TROUBLE
WIS
BETTER METHODS
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MELLON

ADVISES

IRELAND

CORZOII MM Oil
ALLIED CONTROL

Collision Between Two Airships Causes Death of Their Entire
Crews

Annual Report of the Secretary Of

The Treasury Was Presented To
Congress this Afternoon

Newport News, Va., Dec. 6. (Byf

Associated Press). Two officers and
four enlisted men were killed at Lang Lang-ley
ley Lang-ley Field at ten o'clock this morning
when a Martin bomber plane collided
with a Fokker while making a land landing.
ing. landing. The dead are Major Gearheart,
Captain Doyle, Staff Sergeant Marick

and Privates Blunka, Rolas and Jor-!

dan. The bomber it was said over the
telephone was in the air when Major
Gearheart took off in the Fokker. His
machine struck the tail of the bomber
and both machines fell to the earth.
The major, captain and sergeant were
caught in the wreckage and burned to
death, while the privates were killed
when they jumped from the planes.

LOCAL LEGISLATION

Washington, Dec. 6. (Associated

Press). Reduction of the maximum

Many Matters of Interest Brought
Up at the City Council Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Last Evening

CHICAGO LED IN
THE SLAUGHTER

Fines Proving Ineffective to Curb
Auto Maniacs, Stern Measures
Are Being Adopted In
Many States

Chicago, Dec. 6. (By Associated
Press). Heavier fines, jail sentences
and trips through the morgues and
hospitals to vie? the dead or injured
victims of reckless automobilists, are
becoming effective in many parts of
the middle west to curb the steadily
mounting toll of auto victims, a digest
from reports of several states shows.
Fines alone, the report indicate, ar
r.ct proving effective. In Chicago,
Cook county, despite the increasing
heavy fines, the death toll of auto
accidents for the fiscal year ending.
Nov. 80th was 763 lives, compared
with 660 last year.
HE'LL GET HIS

If White Men of Ge6rgia or Florida
Ever Lay Hands on Slayer

Of Miss Hendry
Perry,. Dec. 6. (By the Associated
Press). Sheriff Lipscomb announced
today he had a .report from Decatut
county, Ga., near Bainbridge, that
Charlie Wright, the escaped negro
convict wanted in connection with tht
murder of Miss Ruby Hendry, age
twenty-two, a school teacher of this
place, Saturday, is believed to be at
the home of a relative in the Georgia
county and was leaving immediately
to investigate. Miss Hendry was beat beaten
en beaten over the head within a few yards
of her home and her throat cut with
a razor. The crew of a passing freight
train discovered the body.

IMMENSE LOSSES
TO THE ARMENIANS

An Associated Press mail dispatch
from Athens says: The losses of the
Armenian community in Smyrna total
$ 1 18,000,000 according to a tabulation
made by a committee under the direc direction
tion direction of the Bishop of Smyrna.
Sixty million of this total is in real
and personal property, and the re remainder
mainder remainder in intangible assets like
stocks and bonds in Armenian com

panies operating in Asia Minor. The
annual income of 8000 Armenian fam families
ilies families in Smyrna used to be $7,500,000,
whereof 15 per cent was given to
charities and to be church,
Smyrna, which was the richest Ar Armenian
menian Armenian community in the world be-

The regular meeting of the council
Tuesday night was interesting. All
members cf the council, the mayor,
city manager and city attorney ap appeared
peared appeared before the meeting was over
and each had something on his mind
to bring before his colleagues.
After the reading of the minutes
Mr. Martin threw the meeting open
for oral communications. Mr. F. W.
Ditto was present in behalf of tho
camp ground committee of the local
realtors. Mr. Ditto stated that the
ground was started just north of the
Jewish cemetery on the north Dixie

Highway. They have a two-acre plot
cleared and have plans on foot for a
shed, toilets, sewerage, lights and
water. Mr. Ditto requested that the
council give them $100 at once and
then the rest of the $300 a little later
on when they needed more. This re request
quest request was granted and the council de

cided to donate water and lights to the

camp groudn if the realtors would
pay for the pipe, wire, poles, etc., to

be used in the installation of the wa

ter and lights

The Baptist Baraca class presented

a petition to the council requesting
an ordinance against begging in the
city. The council informed the com committee
mittee committee from the class that there was

such an ordinance and that all the
class needed to st action was to

jump on Mayor Peek. It is up to the

mayor to see that the police, enforce

the ordinances.

Under the head of written communi

cations the Buffalo Springfield Steam

Roller Company requested that the
city pay its bill of $1659 wnich is due

now. The council instructed Mr. Sis

trunk to send a check for half the
amount and a?k the roller company to
wait on the balance until more taxes

Were collected

Mrs. W. V. Newson wrote a request
that she be allowed to redeem some

old paving certificates on her prop property
erty property on Fort King at their face value
without the interest. The council

regretted that it had not the power to
grant this request.

An invitation was received from

Port St. Joe, requesting the presence
of the city officials at the dedication
of its monument marking the site of
the meeting of the first Florida state
constitutional convention. Mr. Sis-

trunk was requested to acknowledge
the invitation.
A letter was read from A. Simmons
in which he requested that the paving
certificates issued against his newly

purchased lots at the foot of Main
street be corrected. He was assessed

for two-thirds of the cost of paving,

when he bought the property under an

agreement that he pay only half the
ccst of paving. The request was
granted and the clerk was ordered to
make the necessary changes in the

certificates.
The rest room reported a balance
on hand of $342.04 and showed that
864 guests had registered during the
month.
AReport of the health officer show showed
ed showed that most of the city markets are

in good condition and that the milk

income surtax rate from the present j -y between the soft coal operators
50 per cent to not more than 25 per j representing the nation's union output
cent and the closing up so far as pos- and a delegation of miners for th
eible of existing: avenues of escape i purpose of agreeing on some method

from federal taxes are urged by Sec- 1 drafting a wage scale for miners

retary Mellon in his annual report, j next January and casting aside sec sec-transmitted
transmitted sec-transmitted today to Congress. No j tal differences. The operators are
general revision of the revenue laws is said to have agreed upon a plan to
proposed nor are additional taxes j present to the miners for approval.

suggested, Mr. Mellon expressing the i

hope of meeting any indicated govern- i CHILLY WEATHER IN CHICAGO

ment deficit through collection of back j
taxes and income from other sources, j Sub-Zero Temperature Around The

Soft Coal Operators and Miners Plan Plan-ning
ning Plan-ning to Prevent Any More
Strikes

Chicago, Dec. 6. (By Associated

Press). Negotions were reopened to-

The treasury secretary informs Con

gress that to attempt alone to stop the
gaps through which there is an avoid avoidance
ance avoidance of tax payments to the govern government
ment government will not be enough because the
existing rates of surtax ut such

heavy pressure on the larr- taxpay

ers to reduce their tax '' '-vines"
that new ones would su h fr-;nd.

He adds that the high "souna

productive," but that the remains
that they are becoming increasingly

ineffective and are yielding less and
less revenue each year.

Then bluntly he tells Congress that

the time has come to "face the facts

squarely" and to correct the artificial

conditions which now prevail and

which, he asserts, are not wholesome
from the noint of view of business or

industrial development, and, at the
same time, are impairing the revenues
of the government.

The more important of the methods

used by the taxpayers to reduce the
amount of income subject to taxation
are listed by Mr. Mellon as follows:

Deduction of losses on sales of cap capital
ital capital assets, with the failure to realize
on capital gains.
Exchanges of property and securi securities
ties securities so as to avoid taxable gains.
Investment in tax-exempt securi securities.
ties. securities. Division of property, creation of
trusts and the like.
FARM BLOCS PROPOSITION FOR
MUSCLE SHOALS

Windy City Advances Rapidly
Into the Southland

Chicago, Dec. 6. (By Associated

Press). Still holding the northwest

in a chilling grip of sub-zero tempera temperatures,
tures, temperatures, winter today continued its be belated
lated belated advance into the southland, caus causing
ing causing marked drops in the temperature
as far south as Texas, calling forth
predictions of colder weather for the
lake region, the great central valleys
and in the east gulf states.

King George Has Signed Proclama Proclamations
tions Proclamations Establishing the Free State
With Healy For The First
Governor General

Turks Suddenly Realize That Russia
Is Heading Them Straight
Into Trouble

Lausanne, Dec. 6. (By Associated

London, Dec. 6. (By Associated J Press) The Entente plan for keeping

Press). The historic privy council ( open the Straits of, the Dardanelles
held in Buckingham Palace this eve- j during war and peace, providing for

ning dealt chiefly with the establish- e appointment of an international

ment of Ireland as an independent
commonwealth. King George signed
the proclamation giving effect to the
new Irish state, also the proclamation
appointing Timothy Healy as the first
governor general of Ireland.
IRELAND IS AUTONOMOUS
Dublin, Dec. 6. (By Associated
Pi ess) Ireland took her place among
the world's commonwealths today, the
provisional government and parlia parliament
ment parliament ceased to function, their place

being taken by a permanent parlia

ment and cabinet of the Irish Free

State and the new commonwealth be

ing formally by proclamation estab-

ished. Governor General Healy is ex

pected to address both houses later in
the week.

BUSINESS WOMEN HELD

AN INTERESTING MEETING

HIGH TIME FOR LAW

TO TAKE A HAND

State Should Compel Foolish Parents
To Take Care of Their
Children
Jacksonville, Dec. 6. (Associated

Press) Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thomason,
charged with having deprived their
child of the necessary medical atten

tion, went on trial in criminal court

here yesterday. The child, Elizabeth,
three, was seriously injured last Feb February
ruary February when its clothing caught fire
from an open grate. The parents, it is

declared by the authorities, believe

only in healing by prayer and did not
call a physician, it is charged. The

child recovered when sent to a hospi

tal after local maneouvenng by the

authorities.

A CORRECTION

A government controlled corpora

tion to produce nitrate for war pur purposes
poses purposes and cheap fertilizers for farm

ers, is proposed as a solution for the

Muscle Shoals question by Represen Representative
tative Representative Dickinson, leader of the farm
bloc, who introduced a bill to put his

plan into effect. The bill provides for
the "Federal Chemical Corporation,"
consisting of the secretaries of war
and agriculture and three members to
be appointed by the president who
would be given power to complete and
operate the Muscle Shoals project.
LAFOLLETTE SWINGS HIS LIP
An attack on the proposed merger
of the Armour and Morris meat pack packing
ing packing concerns was made in the Senate
today by Senator Lafollete, who de declared
clared declared the packers were seeking im immunity
munity immunity in advance from the president

and government officials.

fore the coming of the Turkish army, L than hag fop
had twenty millionaire, but today I hg The mUk from the
every one of these men is virtually painter dairv .g thg cleanest
penniless. The largest losers are the w'w.

landowners textile importers and ex-; mflk;
porters of fruits, cereals, carpets tfjhe had vigited the gchools regulary
opium. ,.,,,.! and everything was going well in all.
The number of Armenians killed m Mr T g Trantham was given the
Smyrna, according to the committee, ; floor and fae a mouthful When
is 4000, and the number of person had finished you cQuld hear a m

wno are missing or wu nave ucch

The Newspaper Contest Was Staged

By the General Extension
Division

Attention has been called to two
mistakes which appeared in the ar

ticle sent out from Jacksonville last

week, in regard to the outcome of the

state newspaper contest which had
been held in conjunction with the

Florida State Fair and Exposition.

The Agricultural Extension Divis

ion of the University, the report stat

ed, conducted the contest, inis was

erroneous, as the entire exhibit, in

eluding the contest, was under the

supervision of the General Extension
Division of which B. C. Riley in direc director.
tor. director. Mr. Riley's name was given at
R. R. Riley, the same who was the
opponent of W. S. Cawthon in the pri primary
mary primary race for the office of superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of public instruction.

Rubber-block paving is to be plac-

commission of control composed of the
great powers, including the United
States, Turkey and other countries
bordering the Black Sea, was present presented
ed presented to the peace conference today by
Lord Curzon, acting for the Allies.
TURKS TAKE A TUMBLE
A Turkish spokesman outside thk
auditorium said the Turkish position
probably would be found nearer the
Allied plan than the Russian. The
Turks it appears have suddenly realiz realized
ed realized the Russian plan for Turkish con control
trol control would force Turkey to build a
navy.

MADE HER WAY TO MEXICO

Is the Opinion of California Officer
Regarding Mrs. Phillips'
Escape

Los Angeles, Dec. 6. (Associated
Press). The search for Mrs. Clara
Phillips, convicted of beating to death
Mrs. Alberta Meadows with a ham hammer
mer hammer and who escaped from the county
jail early yesterday, is in active pro progress
gress progress in Southern California and
Lower California, but despite various

tips sheriff's deputies generally held
to their original belief that the woman

fled across the border into Mexico.

MAKING WAR ON THE MOSQUITO

Crusaders Against the Pestiferous
Insects Meeting in Daytona
For a War Council

The Business and Professional

Woman's Club held its regular meet

ing at the club rooms last night, with

Miss Margaret Taylor in the chair.

The club meeting was opened by

repeating the club collect, followed by
singing "America."

The meeting was then turned over

to Miss Onie Chazal, who is chairman

of the program committee, and Mr.
John L. Edwards, president of the

Ocala National Bank, the speaker of

the evening, was introduced. From
the time he started talking until he

closed, Mr. Edwards could not have
found a more attentive audience. The
subject of his address was "Banking,"
in which the history of the American

bank was clearly set forth, from the

time of colonial days, when the Am

erican bank was an outgrowth and
patterned after the Bank of England,
through subsequent years to the time
of Andrew Jackson and Martin Van
Buren, when the national eentral

power of banking was divided and

the states were given more power, to

the present national federal reserve
banking system, which in the eight
years it has been in effect has grown
into what it considered the largest and
safest banking system in the world.
TVlia cvef om iho onaQlrnii eoM iraa t-nA

e i.v i. 4. 1 xi Miami, Dec. 6. President Sewell of
of the potent factors in winning the i,, ,. '. ,
, , ... I the Miami Chamber of Commerce, has
recent war, and made it possible fori , . x, n .,
' resigned as director of the Florida

sums of money to foreign govern governments
ments governments necessary in the financing of

Daytona, Dec. 6. (By Associated
Press). A Florida state-wide anti anti-mosquito
mosquito anti-mosquito conference began here today
to continue through tomorrow with
representatives of the United States
department of agriculture, the United
States public health service, state,
county and municipal health officials
in attendance.

SEWELL IS SORE

Development Board's Methods Meet
His Decided Disapproval

China consumes the entire herring

ed on St. Martin's Lane, London, Eng- j catch of the British Columbia coast,
land. Rubber, in addition to be noise- i which averages about 40,000 tons an an-less,
less, an-less, gives a hard, solid foundation, jnually. The fishing season is now in

and lasts longer tnan ordinary pav- progress

ing material, altho the initial ex

pense is greater, according to
ing experts.

jav-

Ex-Premier Clemenceau was at one
time a librarian in New York city.

DE

On the Road of Good Intentions

ID

made prisoners is stated to be 8000
men and 15,000 women.
The most prominent Armenian bus business
iness business men killed were Sarkis and Kas Kas-parian,
parian, Kas-parian, landowners, and Gurunlian
and Panossian, textile merchants.

drop in the room. He stated that he
had written Mr. Hoeker a letter but
Fred had forgotten to bring it to the
meeting, so he would do his best to
state the main issues in the letter. If

there was anything he forgot we don't j

I know what it was. He based his let-

pnM iter on the assumption fhat the council
ATTEMPT TO rOKM A ;wag gQin tQ pags on the assessment
UNION IN CENTRAL AMERICA jof Oklawaha's pacing and that it was
r to cost a little over $4 a front foot.
Washington, Dec. 6. (Associated He stated that he represented Mrs.

Press). The Central American con- j E L. Carney, A. G. Gates, G. T.
ference today received the final draft Maughs, F. T. Schreiber, J. Malever,
of its rules of procedure and faced the Home estate, J. D. Robertson and
the question of including in its agenda j E W- clement. He merely touched

for discussion the proposal ior a
union of Central American countries. (Concluded on Page Four

! mmm a vb hi ;

I DIULJl Bw I nil

the war. Mr. Edwards told how the
federal reserve system, which is gov

erned by a federal reserve board of
twelve at Washington, in turn co cooperates
operates cooperates and works with a federal re reserve
serve reserve committee which is composed of
members, one from each of the twelve
federal reserve districts in the United
States, co-operating with state banks
and local banks, making the banking
system of this country as safe and
sound as the government which stands
behind it. Mr. Edwards then touched
on the different classes of banks,
which includes trust companies, clear clearing
ing clearing houses, building and loan associa associations,
tions, associations, etc. The address was so clear
and simple that any one might under understand
stand understand and still so comprehensive and
interesting that any business man
cculd learn something. The members
of the club are certainly indebted to

Mr. Edwards for this interesting and

enlightening address, and it is a pity
it could not have been heard by every
person in Ocala, for this subject of
banking touches every person, from
the baby whose parents start a sav savings
ings savings account to the financier to whom
banking is the backbone of his suc success.
cess. success. At this mating the election of of officers
ficers officers for the coming year was held.
The following are those who will
hold office during the year 1923:

President, Miss Carrie Barco; vice vice-president.
president. vice-president. Mrs. Charles Simpson; sec second
ond second vice-president, Mrs. Sasan Ellis;
treasurer, Miss Helen Veal; recording
secretary, Miss Adele Bittinger; cor-

i repondine secretary, Mrs. Ola Potter;

auditor. Mrs. Annie Rooney; director,

State Development Board. He gave
as the reason total disapproval of the
policy of the board. He likewise an announced
nounced announced his refusal to aid the board's
five million dollar campaign to adver advertise
tise advertise the state. B. B. Tatum, of a hijf
realty firm, announces that after this
year the firm will refuse to donate to
the support of the board.

NOTICE TO WOODMEN
OF THE WORLD

Every member of Fort King Camp,
Woodmen of the World, is strongly
urged to attend the meeting Friday
night, Dec. 8th, 7:30 o'clock, in Odd
Fellows hall. Sovereign Auditor Lewis,
State Manager Rivers and Chief Mus Mustering
tering Mustering Officer Darden will be present.
Refreshments will be served.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.

Five thousand dollars was paid for
a single branch of red apples in Fer Fer-rell,
rell, Fer-rell, New Jersey, by a nursery firm.
A record and agreement of purchase
have been filed with the county clerk.
The owner received $1,000 outright
for the purchase of the apple branch,
and will receive $4,000 additional in
installments at the rate of two cents
each for every tree budded from this
branch, which is to remain on the
tree in the orchard, according to reports.

Next to the main entrance of the
Doom city hall, there is a small space
on the walL covered with glass, in
which, according to the prescripts of
he Dutch law, are published the names
of each couple intending to be married
within two weeks. In this little

Miss Margaret Taylor; press reporter, 8?liare was Pasted recently.

I l Miss Mabel A kins. I """" .uuvmiwuitm vi uc

After the meeting refreshments alser ano- Process Hennine of Reusg

the marriege announcement of the ex-

were served and a
half-hour spent.

delightful social

Advertise in the Evening Star.

both "without occupation.". The

groom's title and domicile are given
as "Emporer and King Wilhelm H,
age 63 years, living in Doom."



OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1922

Ocala Evening Star

EIGHT YEARS AGO

Dec. 6, 1&14. President Wilson put
himself on record as opposed to any

(investigations into the unprepared unprepared-jness
jness unprepared-jness of the army and navy. Three
! years later the United States was
! spending a million dollars an hour in a
I desperate attempt to overcome that
junpreparedness. Today the country
has forgotten the lesson-

Allies made gains along the Yser

PnblUttc-d ETerjr Hay Except Soadty bjr
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA
H. J. nittlnger, President
H. D. UiTrogood, Vlce-Preldet

p. V. LevenKodf Secretary-1 reaurer
J. H Benjamin. Editor
i

Entered at Ocala. Fla.. postofflce as canal and north of the Meuse.

second-class matter. I German armed steamship Patagonia

British

LEROY work for the fair another year and do
jeven better than this year.
Leroy, Dec. 5. We are having some i That was a good letter from Mr.
extremely cool nights. Reminds us ; Gaitskill and we agree with the views

of hog killing. Cane grinding is still ; expressed by him

sank some davs ago by the

cruiser Glasgow off the mouth of the

TELEPHONES

BnaiaeM Of flee rie-Jne
..... v. . ., Tua.Srl

smT iieporteV Five-One j River Platte. The Glasgow was a
: member of the British squadron de-
membek associated press I feated off the Chilean coast by Von
The Associated Press Spee's fleet a few weeks ago. The
entitled for the use for repuDncation oi ; v
all news dispatches credited to it or not i Glasgow escaped by superior speed.
'rn'riosubhrjThe Patagonia was carrying supplies
All rights of republication of special i to te German fleet, and its sinking by
dispatches herein are alao reserved. G, w may compel Germans

I to enter some neutral port, where they

will be likely hemmed in by a power powerful
ful powerful British naval force which is chas chasing
ing chasing them.
Germans have captured the import important
ant important city of Lodz in Russian Poland.
The town was ruined by artillery fire
and the losses were heavy on both
sides.
Dispatch from Constantinople re

veals that the British have invaded
Mesopotamia and advanced far up the

Tigris.

DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION' BATES
One year,-In advance 6.00
Six months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance i.j'J
One month, In advance to
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Legal advertiseemnts at legal rates.

COLLECTING COIN FOR THE
GIRLS' SCHOOL CHRISTMAS

OXFORD

The industrial school has lots of
friends in this town and vicinity, and
we believe if we had time to devote to
the task we could raise the money
needed for its Christmas tree in a
day. As it is, we can only hold up
qiiMi friends of the school that we

meet on the street, so we hope, that
those we don't see will run us down down-not
not down-not a very difficult job, as almost any
two-legged person can catch us.
Notwithstanding our tortosial slow slowness,
ness, slowness, we overtook fourteen nice, slick
dollar bills yesterday. Dr. Henry was
the first cheerful giver. We collected
some money for the democratic na national
tional national committee some weeks ago and
Doc accused us of embezzling it. But
being as this matter was close at
home, and he could watch it, he hand handed
ed handed over a dollar. A few minutes later,
we met E. A. Osborne and Mack Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. Mr. Osborne had no money on
him, except just enough to buy gaso gasoline
line gasoline to take him to Williston, but he
was so anxious to contribute that he
borrowed a dollar from Mack. This
enthused Mack, and he also chipped
in. We had hardly taken their money,
when along came Louis Duval, who
we very painlessly separated from a
dollar, after which we dived into our
dugout and didn't see anybody with
dollars for three or four hours.
Going out on the street just after
the Rotarian luncheon, we ran into a
flock of Rotes, and it was just like
flushing a covey of quail with an au

tomatic shotgun. The dollar bills
rustled like autumn leaves. There
was Harry Borland, John Taylor, Ail Ail-son
son Ail-son Wartmann, Cash, Cash and Milby
Lloyd. And we know they all liked it.
Out on the street in the evening,
we met that sturdy old standby, Sam
Martin, who looked at us suspiciously
when we besought him for a shin shin-plaster,
plaster, shin-plaster, but when he learned what it
was for pulled it out so quick that
it cracked like a whip.
Later in the evening, we strolled
into the Court Pharmacy, and found
Howard Walters, Whit Palmer and
Joe Borden off in a corner, discussing
the ship subsidy. There are icebergs
on the equator when you can't raise
money for a good cause from that
crowd, and they handed them over so
fast that they reminded us of
dealing a poker hand.
It being nine in the p. m., we de decided
cided decided to call it a day, and were not
seen on the streets any more that
evening. The payroll now is:
Mrs. Edna Ayer Wright $ 2.00
Cash 1.00
Cash 1.00
J. W. Sylvester 1.00
Dr. H. W. Henry 1.00
J. H. Benjamin 5.00
Mack Taylor 1.00
E. A. Osborne 1.00
L. W. Duval 1.00

H. L. Borland l.OOllnct s,mHov

John Taylor 1.00;
Alison Wartmann 1.00 j DEWEY'S RESTAURANT

Cash 1.00

Cash 1.00

Milby Lloyd 1.00;

Sam Martin 1.00 in- u n i
.. ; Vte would like to show you our line
Whit Palmer 1.00 of Liule Gift fop the grown and
Howard Walters 1.00 the kiddies THE SPECIALTY

ioe rsoraen l.oo

Oxford, Dec. 5. Yes, most every

body in this community was thankful

last Thanksgiving day, whether they
knew the cause or not. Even those
who are thankful every day was
thankful that, and many of them went

to the fair, while others went visiting
and hunting. And if the pretty little
squirrels and birds could reason as
ve do, they would have been thankful

the day after, for having escaped the

flying shot of the hunters.

Mr. Henry Ford or his agent, came

or sent to Oxford some time ago, and
looked over the prospects of putting
an authorized agency here, and he, or

the agent, was so well pleased at the

prospects, that they did forthwith
without delay proceed to and did rent
the Collier & Warnock big concrete
vacant building, and will occupy it

right away with a car load of Fords

and supplies of all kinds.

Our postmaster, Mr. O. L. Bogue

had the misfortune of loosing another

one of his clearks last Saturday

when Master Sydney Hooks made i
rade on his store and took (by mutua
consent of Miss Irene Hayes o:

course) his last cleark, and proceeded

to Bushnell, procured licens and re

turned to Oxford wedded in the bonds
of matrimony. Mr. Bogue has about

decided that he is runing a matri

monial bureau.

The principle of Reddick school

Mr. Edgar Carter, was visiting rela

tives here last week, and Miss Irene

Rou, assistant teacher in the Oxford

school, was visiting at Reddick.

Miss Nadine O'Bryant, one of the

teachers at Center Hill, came home

and spent the week-end with her par

ents of this place.

iur. ana :urs. a. nayes ana

daughter, also Mr. R. W. Warnock o

Webster, was in Oxford last Sunday,

Miss Viola O'Bryant, principle of

Wahoo school, paid her parents a visit

during the Thanksgiving holly days

Mr. E. S. Vining and little daughter

of Wildwood made Oxford a business

call last Monday p. m.

Mr. bam Cauthen, wife and two

daughters of Summerfield, was in Ox

ford a short while last Sunday p. m.

Rev. Champion filled his regular

and last appointment at the M. E

church last Sunday.

Our school is still getting better?

They are practicing for another big

play.

ELECTRA

Electra, Dec. 5. The B. Y. P. U

will hold its regular meeting at seven

o'clock Sunday, Dec. 10th. Leader

Miss Esther Brant.

The B. Y. P. U. is sending a dele

gate to Oak to a B. Y. P. U. confer

ence. The delegate is Miss Helen W.

Harris. Miss Harris is the leader o

the B. Y. P. U. Sunday, Dec. 17th.

Mrs. Halford entertained Rev. Mc

Cullen over Sunday night.

Mr. Stanaland and daughter, Glady

were guests of Mrs. Tobe Caldwel

"On the Square," west side. Oysters

and fish daily. Open all night tf

the order of the day. Mr. W. T. Strick Strickland
land Strickland thinks hell make ten barrels.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brooks visited i Carolina.

relatives at Fellowship Saturday and
Sunday. j

Mrs. Jess Strickland of Cotton
Plant spent the day last Tuesday with

j her sister, Mrs. H. L. Parker.

Mr. Lonnie Bridges, wife and baby

of Dunnellon, are visiting their par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Strickland.

Miss Nettie Roddenberry went to

Ocala Monday to take the teacher's

lamination.

The Parker family spent Thanks

giving with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Par

ker in their hammock. An old fash fashioned
ioned fashioned Thanksgiving dinner was spread
under the oaks and was enjoyed by
all.

Mr. W. T. Strickland visited Ocala

Tuesday afternoon.

J. F. Parker and family spent Sun

day at Rock Springs with relatives.

We are sorry to hear that Mrs.

Newcomb Barco has been sick and

hope she may soon be well.

Now, Uncle Ben, I want to use some

of your valuable space to reply to Mr.

C. R. Veal of Cotton Plant. No, Mr.
Veal, I am not boarding a teacher and

have not boarded one for several

years, l don t know what you mean

by goose egg but will say I have chil

dren in school at the present time and

have had for the last quarter of a

century. I did not write what I did
for any newspaper controversy, nor

do I have any hard feelings for any

one. I was simply writiner for infor

mation and as for paying taxes, I ad

mit I am a small potato, but am will

ing to compare receipts with you. You

also said when a mule kicks he isn't

pulling. Adjust the harness and

maybe the mule will quit kicking, and

I'll guarantee hell pull.

Tax Payer.

Mr S. R. Pvles is visiting his

daughter, Mrs. Holstein, in South

OSCEOLA, THE SEMINOLE, THE
INDIAN HAMLET

a

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8

SHADY

SHOP, A. E. GERIG.

12-4-6t

NOTICE j The most complete assortment of
The annual meeting of the Lake seals, enclosure cards, tags and gift
Weir Club will be held at the club dressings. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
house Dec. 8th at 7 p. m. A E. GERIG. 12-4-6t
F. M. Hall, Sec'y.-Treas. j
Eastlake, Dec. 4, 1922. j If you want something pretty in a
j black satin one-strap pump with a
Beautiful tissue paper for your j rhinestone button, see those made by
gifts, white and colored. THE SPE-jUtz & Dunn, price six dollars and a
CIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 4-6t ihalf, at Little's Shoe Parlor. 2-tf

Shady, Dec. 6. Mr. Will Pooser of
Oklahoma, who has recently returned
to his former home in Ocala, was a
visitor at church Sunday evening. His

friends here were glad to see Mr.

Pooser again after an absence of sev

eral years.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason of Crys Crystal
tal Crystal River, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Jones Sunday. Mrs. E. J. Mason, who
has been visiting her brother, W. B.
Jones the past fortnight, returned to
Crystal River, where she will be the
guest of her son, Mr. Fred Mason for
some time.
Mr. W. W. Bratcher and family ar

rived here from Gates, Tenn., last
week and will make his home at th
Manly farms the coming year.
Mr. Allen of Lecanto, Forded u
here last Wednesday, coming for his
daughter, Miss Katy Allen, who re returned
turned returned with her father and spent the
Thanksgiving holidays at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Dease, who live
north of Ocala, on the Anthony road,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Red Redding.
ding. Redding.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Usher expect to
leave Friday in their Ford for their
former home, Lyons, Ga., for an ex extended
tended extended visit.
Mr. A. W. Roseke and family and
Mrs. Elizabeth Hawkins and son went
to Fairfield Sunday and visited Mr.
A la. Best and family.
Mr. Fred Buhl motored down to Is Is-tachatta
tachatta Is-tachatta Thursday and brought his
sister, Mrs. Baxley and her children
to the fair Friday. Mrs. Baxley con concluded
cluded concluded a pleasant visit with her broth brother
er brother and other relatives here Sunday
and returned to her home.
Miss Mary Woods and party of
friends from Ocala were greeting
friends here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Ray Priest and Miss Cevie
Roberts of Ocala called on Miss Mary
Graves Sunday evening.
Mrs. J. M. Goin and Miss Belle
Stroble are about recovered from an
attack of dengue.
Their many friends in Shady sym sympathize
pathize sympathize with Mr. and Mrs. Peyton
Liddell in the loss of their home by
fire last week.
Mr. W. B. Jones lost a valuable
Jersey cow Tuesday morning. It is
thought eating frost-bitten potato
vines may have caused her death.
Rev. J. H. Martin, pastor, will
preach here Sunday morning. Sunday
afternoon, accompanied by the pastor,
the B. Y. P. U. expects to go to Oak

to meet some of the state workers
and where it is hoped a federation of
the B. Y. P. Unions of the Marion As Association
sociation Association will be organized. Preaching
here Sunday evening at the usual
hour, also the usual B. Y. P. U. pro program.
gram. program. This community was well represent

ed at the fair and we feel gratified j
over the many blue ribbons brought

home by our people, especially the rib ribbon
bon ribbon which shows that our community
booth captured first prize. The un untiring
tiring untiring and co-operative efforts of a
few faithful workers accomplished
this and the sincere thanks of all in interested
terested interested is due these good people. We
are all determined to put in more

AMONG all great Indians Osceola
(Asi-yakolo "Black Drink Hal Hal-loer")
loer") Hal-loer") Is the most romantic A pic

turesquely dressed figure, his dark
gloomy eyes gleaming beneath a turban
decorated with three drooping ostrich
plumes, he moves across the stage ol
Indian history a red Hamlet.
Osceola was the principal leader in
the Seminole war of 1835, which origi originated
nated originated in a treaty made In 1821. It

provided for the Immediate cession ol
the Seminoles' best lands in Florida
and their removal west of the Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi at the end of twenty years. When
trouble over Its execution developed
in 1S32 the Seminoles were offered an another
other another treaty requiring their removal
within three years.
Although seven chiefs accepted th
treaty Osceola and the younger lead leaders,
ers, leaders, declaring that they had been de

ceived, refused to sign. They carried!

their protest to Washington. Bui
President Jackson was determined
that they muet go west. In a council
with General Thompson, the Indian
agent, Osceola proved that he WW
equally determined. Rushing up to the
table on which the treaty lay, h
plunged his knife clear through the
paper and deep into the wood and ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed passionately, "The only treaty
I will execute is with THIS !"
After a second unsuccessful confer conference
ence conference General Thompson ordered Osce Osceola
ola Osceola thrown into prison In Irons. Then
he agreed to sign. But he was only
temporizing, for the humiliation had

aroused the tiger in the Semlnole'a!

heart and he resolved on war. In th
summer of 1835 he surrounded 10C

soldiers under Major Dade sent agalnsl
the Indians and killed every man ex

cept three. On the same day he shol
down General Thompson.
Then he loosed a storm of destruc destruction
tion destruction upon the settlers of Florida.
"When AM-yahlo's name is whispered
the white man shakes with the swumii
njrue hikI his gun drops to the ground''
was the Ixmst of one of his chiefs.
Four irnerals were sent successively tc
cowjuor the Seminoles and all of them
failed.
Then Cenei'iU .Ieup took command
MiMUlenod by the popular outcry for
uVnsive action. .Tesup summoned Osce Osce-o!a
o!a Osce-o!a t h conference under a flag of
Viiiee and in violation of the most
! il ciaiilein in war he detained the
'ale!' and put him in prison. Osceola
r;s -eat to Fort Moultrie, S. C. Here,
his pi-i-'.d spirit broken by the inar.ner-
Ills ,; j tnre and his imprisonment,

di, d u J-iimary,

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 few cents a day to make sure that
the food is protected.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company

'IS

man

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

Advertise in the Evening Star.

Hotel Ta-liami

The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel in the South'

MIAMI, FLORIDA

Rates Reasonable

The Commercial and Business Man Always Welcora

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

The former Kaiser William's mem

oirs, handsomely bound in cloth, are

Gardner's famous fruit cake, layer
cake, pound cake and raisin cake at
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 10-tf

The funny thing about a business
revival is that those who have faith

selling for seven cents a copy in Ber-1 are not the ones at the mourners

lin. The books are a good quality of
linen paper with substantial covers.

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

bench. La -Grange Reporter.

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

DSBBJ
D6B Brothers
MOTOR CAft

This car has been an important factor in
establishing the present day tendency to
drive all winter.
The close fitting curtains provide ample
protection against wind and cold. The
safety-tread cord tires minimize skidding
and reduce tire trouble to its simplest terms.
And every owner appreciates the remark remarkable
able remarkable dependability of the starter. It
responds quickly and quietly in the cold coldest
est coldest weather.

MACK
Phone 348

TAYLOR
OCALA, FLORIDA



OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1922

i t.i f. hi inn ni
I-KAYEK ANSWERED: I sought
die Ixrd, and he heard me. and de de-Bvered
Bvered de-Bvered me from all ray fears. This
poor ipan cried, end the Lord heard
hlin, and saved him out of all hi
troubles. Psalm 34: 4, 6.

DEWEY'S RESTAURANT
"On the Square," west side. Oysters
.and fir.h 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 selection.
tion. selection. Our stock is now complete in
every detail. THE GIFT SHOP. 4-3t
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
Stove wood, $2 per load. R.
Todd Lumber Company. 25-tf
H.
A Word
To She Wise!
There's a time for all things, g
It's now time to have your g
car painted and topped. The g
fall season's here and a paint p
job done now will stay a year. M
Bring your car to us and be g
satisfied. When better paint p
jobs are done Spencer-Ped- j
rick Motor Company will do
them. B
SPENCER PEDKICK
MOTOR CO.
PHONE 8
Plumbing & Electrical
Contracting
Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully
given.
PHONE 232
Needham Motor Co.
C. CECIL BRYANT
AUDITOR
Income Tax Consultant
Phone 4S1 Blue
Room 23, Hulder Block
DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED-
ALWAYS USE
The Economy BAKING POWDER
H, B. MASTERS CO.
EVER HAVE IT?
If You Have, the Statement of This
Ocala Citizen Will Interest You
Ever have a "low-down" pain in the
back?
In the "small," right over the hips?
That's the home of backache.
If it's caused by weak kidneys,
Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Ocala people testify to their worth.
Ask your neighbor. Read a case of it:
Mrs. M. D. Hunter, 7 W. 5th St.,
Ocala, says: "I am telling the truth
ucaia, says : i am teniug tne
when I say Doan's Kidney Pills helped
me. I was suffering from lame back
and kidney disorder. I had a steady
dull ache in the small of my back and
I was in constant misery. My kidneys
acted too often and I had severe pains
in the back of my head. I came near
falling over, with dizziness. I read
about Doan's Kidney Pills and several
boxes gave me great relief. I felt like
myself again."
Price 60c. at all dealers.
simply ask for a kidnev remedv eet
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Hunter had. Foster-Milburn Co.
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 4.
2 T TP Y 3 TVT PsTP"
JrlijIlj-AJiILJlifV
L.
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"lAL lONTRACTOR AD
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con-
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

OCALA OBSERVANCES

If you have any news items for this
cepartmert, phone five-one.
The fire department has been trying
out the new alarm system, and finds
that it works well.
Miss Margaret Eagleton went to
Lake Weir yesterday afternoon for a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Martin.
Let us supply your groceries. Reas Reas-orable
orable Reas-orable prices and prompt delivery our
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
108. 1-tf
Our Christmas cards are now on
display. Make your selections early.
THE, SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E.
GERTG. 12-4-6t
Mrs. Mallorv Liddon of Jacksonville

arrived in Ocala the first of this weekjmaae mmy wno wisn ner a
for a visit with her sister Mrs H. A. !happy married life.

Waterman.
Messrs. L. W. Duval and W. W.
Clyatt left this morning in the for former's
mer's former's car for Bartow. They expect to
return to Ocala tonight.
Please begin your shopping now at
THE BOOK SHOP. We are ready to
serve you. If you deiny you may
miss something you can get now. 3t
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
Mrs. A. W. Woodward and son,
Clarence, of Cotton Plant, were in the
city Monday, shopping and visiting
their friends.
Mr. J. F. Parker of Leroy was in
town today, on his way to Boardman,
to visit his sister, Mrs. Fahrnbach,
who, we regret to say, is ill.
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
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
Harry Woodward of Cotton Plant
and Ocala, is making good in business
and enjoying snowball fights at Edna-
ville, N. C. Harry is fearful of be becoming
coming becoming fat in North Carolina and may
return to Florida.
Mr. R. E. Layton has returned from
Arlington, Ga., where he went to at attend
tend attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. A.
W Sirmons. He reports Mr. Sirmons
as being very feeble, but bearing up
bravely under his great loss.
The weak and the strong enjoy eat eating
ing eating the best fresh meats obtainable.
That's the kind to be found at the
Main Street Market. Phone 108. tf
Machine hemstitching; artistic
handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.
Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala.
Phone 409 15-tf
Some villain entered Dr. McClane's
garage the other night and stole the
doctor's instrument case out of his
auto. The thief, having probably
opened the case and found nothing in
it he could use, left it in a patch of
woods near the house, where it was
found by our cowboy patrolman and
brought back to the doctor.
Kingan's Reliable Bacon in pound
cartons, 40c. per pound, Tuesday, Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday only, at the U U-Serve
Serve U-Serve Stores. 4-2t
At the Woman's Club last night a
number of young people enjoyed a
dance given by a number of the young
men of the city. The music was fur furnished
nished furnished by the Kendall Green orchestra
of Orlando. The music was excellent
and the evening was thoroughly en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by all present.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church are arranging for their bazar
, d which wi1 be held Thurs.
; T
ky nlht at the 0cala House- Dt
j forget -to take supper there. An ex-
; cellent menu has been arranged and
you will have an opportunity to select
many pretty Christmas presents at
the sale and cazar. 5-lt
The friends of Dr. Hiram Byrd and

Dont!Mrs. Byrd will be delighted to know;

I that they will not only return to
Florida to live but that they have de-
i cided to locate in Ocala, where Dr. i
! Byrd will take up his professional j
work, specializing on diseases of the
i eye' ear' nos RTK' tnroat- Dr- Byrd
land Mrs. Byrd will come to Ocala on j
1 15th'anwi11 have an apartment j
for the present at the 0cala House.
i
xsjs i
! W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and j
j surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent stor$
Ocala, Fla. tf

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star Dec- 6, 1902)
The marriage of Mr. Trusten P.
Drake of Leesburg and Miss Alice
Walton Hocker will be celebrated this
" clckat t T
!f nd Mrs" C- P J11' 14?6 1
Hubbard street Miss Hocker is the;
daughter oi judge w. A. Hocker oi ;
i Ocala. Mr. Drake is a prominent
business man of Leesburg. The cere- j
mony will be performed by Rev. Reid j
of the Union Theological Seminary
at Columbia, S. C. Rev. Reid is an i
uncle of the bride-elect. The wedding ;
will be attended by only a few inti-
mate friends and relatives. Jackson- j
ville Metropolis. i
The bride is the daughter of Judge j
W. A. Hocker and sister of our able j
attorney, William Hocker of Ocala. j
She was a resident of Ocala for a j
t
number of years and by her sweet
1' i 1 1 1 Ma. j
opposition ana nooie personality
' 1 J 5 V V 1
Herbert A. Ford is having a big
room added to his residence, which
will be used for his library. Mr. C. J. j
Phillips has charge of the job. j
Dr. Thomas K. Slaughter at his re- j
cent examination in Gainesville be-
fore the state medical board, passed ;
a most creditable examination and j
was given a certmcate to practice ;
medicine in Florida. Dr. Slaughter j
has held a Georgia certificate for sev-
rml vpars 1
Home, Norman & Company, the
naval stores operators at Leroy, pur-
chased the business of the Marion
Naval Stores Company near Dunnel-
Ion and took charge on the first of the
month.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Dec. 6, 1912)
Patsy, Gillen, the smart little news newsboy
boy newsboy merchant, is on the sick list.
Miss Maude Zimmerman of Ocala
was married to Mr. J. M. Smith of
Lake City at the Methodist parsonage
yesterday afternoon. They left on the
Seaboard train for their home in Lake
City.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Igou deeply sympathize with them in
the loss of their bright little son,
Monroe, who died at the home of his
parents on Lime street yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Mrs. Edward Helvenston was the
charming hostess this morning at a
beatuifully appointed luncheon which
was given complimenting Miss Esther
Weathers, who is to be a bride of this
month.
Mr. W. F. Blesch, the popular pro
prietor of the Art barbershop, who j
went to Jacksonville Sunday, returned j
yesterday with a bride. The lady was i
formerly Mrs. Annie Bolton Lehman j
of Kansas City, and the ceremony J
was performed yesterday in Jackson-
ville. Mr. Blesch is one of the best
liked men in Ocala and the good will
of his friends is extended to his wife, j
Miss Myrtlce Baldwin was married
to Mr. Howard Bateman at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church in this city Tuesday. Rev.
Bunyan Stephens officiated. The two
young people are residents of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh and are among the most highly
esteemed people of that pretty little
town.
Go north by sea using Merchants
and Miners steamers from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Full information as to fares, freight
rates and sailings of Merchants and
Miners steamers from Jacksonville
supplied on request to Mr. C. M.
Haile, general agent. It
Power in Silence.
The proper value of the power of
silence i prnhahly best expressed In
:l'e scriptural reference to the varl-
mis convulsions of nature, the wind
mii1 the earthquake, followed by the
till, sniiill voice. Coming down to a
'.mre recent period and a less re renowned
nowned renowned authority, we are reminded
of the man who advised his son to
keep Ids mouth shut so that people
would not know he was a fool. This
tulviee is still good for Hie prreat ma
jority. Astronomy is said to be one i
of the best means of teaching the in- j
dividual his relative unimportance in j
the universe of matter, but to he left j
alone, far from any human habita habita-lion,
lion, habita-lion, in a vast silence will probably
accomplish the same.
Employer Paid for Nut.
A curious point in workmen? com compensation
pensation compensation has been settled by the Eng
lish Court of Anneal. A collier, who S
did not drink or smoke, was in the
habit of carrying a nut in his mouth,
apparently for much the same reason
that son.e people carry chewing gum.
One day while at work he slipped and
f n the nut was jerked down hi
j windpipe suffocafins him. The court
f held that the accident was "in th-
course of his employment,
titled his widow to recover.
and en-
Poor Mule!
"That," said the city man, "is what
I call downright brutality. That man ;
ought to he reported to the Society foi
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal. .!
"Why': What's he doing?"
"What's he doing? C.tn't you see :
how fat that mule has to walk to keep f
out of his way when he's pushing the J
plow T Richmond Times-Dispatch. j

WITH EVERY WEDDING
RING A LIFE INSURANCE
POUCY

in the Equitable
Of Course.
THE EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
of the
UNITED STATES
ALBERT E. GERIG
Representative
Ocala, Florida
nuhui SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
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..iteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
loam St. Petersburg 2:27 ijn
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
(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 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
Advertise in the Evening Star.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
ON 1923 MOTOR VEHICLE
LICENSE

State Comptroller Urges Applications Be Filed
Early New Year License Tags Will Be
Released Dec. 15th.

APPLICATION BLANKS.
Get your blanks early. They may be
secured from banks, county officials, auto
clubs, or will be sent upon request to
State Comptroller. Tallahassee, Fla.
FILL OUT BLANK CAREFULLY.
Every year it is necessary to return
thousands of applications for correction.
Don't have yours returned. Fill it out
carefully and remit correct amount and
tag will reach you promptly.
SEND FOR TAG EARLY.
Tags will be mailed out on Dec. loth
for all arr'ications received to that date.
Don't wait until Dec. 31st to send for
tag. The law gives no "days of grace"
after Jan. 1st. If you want to comply
with the law your 1&23 tag should be on
your car Jan. 1st.
TAG STAYS WITH CAR.
When a car i3 sold or changes hands
the tap must stay with car. Taps cannot
lawfully be changed from one car to an another.
other. another. Upon change of ownership new
owner should immediately transfer the
tag number and registration to his name.
When a passenger car is converted to a
truck or a private u.se car is put in use
for hire, the tag can be sent to the comp comptroller
troller comptroller for cancellation and credit on cost
of the truck tag or tag for hire.
OVERPAYMENTS WILL BE
REFUNDED.
Be sure to send enough money. If you
send too much, the Comptroller will re refund
fund refund the over-payment ; if you do not
send enough, your tag cannot be sent out
until the proper amount is received.
FACTORY WEIGHTS ARE USED.
Factory rating of weights and capacity
will Kovern unless the owner can furnish
evidence to contrary, based on actual
weighing of machine. Major fractions
count as even hundreds : for example, a
machine actually weighing 1.560 pounds
would be classed as 1.600 pounds : one
weighing 1.540 pounds would be classed
as 1,500 pounds.

ANNUAL RATES ON MOTORCYCLES, PASSENGER CARS AND BUSSES.

Tag
Class
A
B
C
D
E
F
U
Motorcycles
Motorcycle side car
Automobile (private use).
Car for hire
Busses for hire
Busses for hire-
Bues (hotel to depot only-
ANNUAL RATES ON TRUCKS,
Tag
Use
Type
Tires
G
H
S
T
W
X
Y
Z
K
(Private-Priva-.e-
.Truck
.Truck
Truck
Pneumatic
Solid
!For Hi
iFor Hi
Pneumatic
Solid
Pneumatic
Pneumatic
Solid
Truck
Trailer-
Private.
For Hi
IPrivat
Trailer-Trailer-
For Hir
Trailer-
Solid
i Hrses and Caket Watrons Flat

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I HOW'S YOUR
AUTO RUNNING
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.
GE
James Engesser
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
121 West Broadway
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
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3
"WORSE THAN PAIN"
Louisiana Lady Says She Has "Ner "Ner-er
er "Ner-er Found Anything Better Than
Cardui for a Run-Down
Condition."
Morgan City, La. "It would be hard
for me to tell how much benefit I have
derived from the use of Cardui," said
Mrs. I. G. Bowman, of 1319 Front Street.
this city.
"I was so run-down In health I could
hardly go. I was thin. 1 had no
appetite. Could not rest or sleep well
1 was so weak, and so very nervous, I
was no pleasure to myseit.
I suffered some pain, but the worst
of my trouble was from being so weak
and easy to get tired and out of heart
"This nervous condition was worse
than pain.
"Some one told me of Cardui, and I
decided to use it.
"After using a fev bottles, I regained
my strengtn. i v; tso nervous, ana
began to eat : sleep, and grew
stronger ana was r jen well.
"I have never found anything better
tor a run-aown condition.
If you suffer as this Louisiana lady did,
you, too, should find Cardui helpful for
your troubles.
Get a bottle of Cardui, today. NC-144
WHAT IS A TRUCK?
A truck is a vehicle for carrying any
load other than passengers. So if a tour tour-ini?
ini? tour-ini? car or roadster has any change in
body construction so as to adapt it for
hauling any load other than passengers,
it must take a truck classification for
purposes of license.
DESCRIBE TRUCKS FULLY.
The various classes of truck bodies
make it difficult to determine weight of
vehicle including body unless full descrip description
tion description of body is given with application.
The model and year make should be cor correctly
rectly correctly given.
WRITE NAMES PLAIN.
Signatures are frequently hard to read.
Sign application at bottom, but print or
type the name and address at top of
blank. This insures accuracy and prompt
delivery of your tag.
COMPTROLLER DID NOT MAKE
THE LAW.
Frequently cases arise working appar apparent
ent apparent hardship upon certain owners of
motor vehicles, but these cannot be reme remedied
died remedied by the comptroller and it should be
kept in mind that he did not frame the
law. The attorney general in advising
the comptroller recently as to the con construction
struction construction necessary to place upon that
portion of the law relating to cars for
hire, said: "I fully realize that no pro provisions
visions provisions having been made by the legisla legislature
ture legislature for certain contingencies which
might arise and for conditions which do
arise, that the enforcement of the law as
it stands works hardships on a great
many Deonle for which you as an officer.
charged with the duty of enforcing the
law, are .not responsible and they should
not expect you to either violate your oath
of office by the non-enforcement or by
suspending the operation of the law
where it appears that amendments would
be advisable. These are conditions which -the
people must remedy through the
action of their representatives in the legislature."

Fee Der Fee per
(5.00 None
3.00 None
None $ .50
5.00 .76
7.50 .75
10.00 .75
5.00 .50

Passengers
Fiat rate rate-Flat
Flat rate-Flat rate-
Any number
i7 pass, or lesa
8 to 16 pass
Over 16 pass
TRAILERS AND SEMI-TRAILERS.
Pod rwp
Fee per if, a ; o-Kt
iwi pouiias of vehicie
Weight limit
in pounds
weight
plus load
of vehicle
capacity
5 .75
1.12
16,000
8,000
16.000
8.000
8.000 (Semi) 3.000
8.000 (Semi) 3,000
3.000 (Semi) 1.500
3.000 (Semi) 1.500
$1.50
2.25
.75
1.50
1.12
2.25
rate. $20.00

NOTICE

Of Imuce ot Special Amuant Cer
tificate Br tk-e City of Ocala
WHEREAS, the owners of tne real
estate which is described in the copy of
notices of special assessments against
same by the city of Ocala for street
paving can not be located within tne
corporate limits of the said city of
Ocala; therefore be It
RESOLVED by the citv council of thm
city of Ocala. that a copy of this reso resolution
lution resolution together with a copy of the at-
iscnea copies oi notices of the Issuance
oi special assessment certificates be
published in Ocala Star, a newsnaner
published in the city of Ocala. In Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, once each week for
four consecutive weeks.
Ocala. Florida. Oct. 11. 1923.
TO UNKNOWN:
Tou are hereby notified that h eitT
council of the city of Ocala on the lSta
day of July. A. D. 1922. levied an as assessment
sessment assessment against the following describ described
ed described property, to-wit:
commence at northeast corner of
block 57 Old Survev OaTa wae 11
feet, south 102 feet, east 119 feet,
north 102 j, feet, of 1254.42. as the pro proportionate
portionate proportionate cost for paving Washington
succi wjiii aspnan oiock.
This assessment is navable in ten onl
annual installments, said installments
uemg pay a Die annually after date. The
failure tO BIT anv Installment nr anw
interest due hereon when the same
sball be due shall at the option of the
uuw uereoi renaer tne entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears interest at the
iaic oi e per centum per annum.
voeaaj n. j. BiaiKUKli, City Cleric
TO ABRAHAM VlMMONS:
You.,ar5 bereby notified that the city
council of the city of Ocala on the lata
day of September. A. D. 1922. levied
an assessment against the following
Uescrioed property, to-wit:
Beginning at the southwest corner
of the intersection of Alain street and
X f r, m tQe clty ot Ocala, west
ieei, iioria j.uo s-iu ieeu east
15 6-10 feet, tn Main ,-. 7k.
south along said Main street 106 8-10
feet to p. o. b. Also beginning at the
southeast corner of the intersection of
PoT, 7 streets in the city of
n1 ?lorida. running thence east
"vim av "1V 4-COL,
thence west 24 7-10 feet, to Alain street.
.ucute ctuuio aiong saia Mam street to
point of beginning, of JJ61.12. as the
DrODOrtiOnat net fnr ,.i n r KT.w
Alain street with asphalt block.
auis assessment is payable in ten equal
annual installments, said installments
being payable annually after date. The
failure to pay any installment or any
interest due hereon when the same
t fi De aue sna" a the option of the
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears Interest at the
rate of 8 per centum per annum,
(eai) H. C. SISTRUN'K. City Clerk.
m. Ocala, Florida, Oct. 11, 1922.
TO ELLA W. DITTO. CECIL, DITTO
AND RALPH DITTO:
You are hereby notified that the city
council of the city of Ocala on the 19th
day of September. A. D. 1922. levied an
assessment against the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
Northwest quarter fractional block 61
Old Survey Ocala, of S259.31, as the pro proportionate
portionate proportionate cost for paving North Alain
street with asphalt block.
This assessment is payable in ten .qual
annual installments, said installments
being payable annually after date. The
failure to pay any installment or any
interest due hereon when the same
shall be due shall at the option of the
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears interest at the
rate of 8 per centum per annum.
(Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK. City Clerk.
Ocala, Florida, Oct. 11. 1922.
TO UNKNOWN:
Tou are hereby notified that the city
council of the city of Ocala op the 19th
day of September, A. D. 1922. levied an
assessment against the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
South half fractional block 61 Old
Survey Ocala, except 92 feet east and
west on east end, of $259.31, as the pro proportionate
portionate proportionate cost for paving North Main
street with asphalt block.
This assessment is payable in ten equal
annual installments, said Installments
being payable annually after date. The
failure to pay any installment or any
Interest due hereon when the same
shall be due shall at the option of the
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears Interest at, the
rate of 8 per centum per annum.
(Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK. City Clerk.
to c. zJssslF- oct-
You are hereby notified that the city
council of the city of Ocala on the th
day of October, A. D. 1922, levied an
assessment against the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
67 feet east and west on east aide
of lot 28 Caldwell's addition. Ocala, of
it 54.48. as the proportionate cost for
paving Wenona or Herbert street with
asphalt block.
This assessment Is payable in ten equal
annual installments, said installments
being payable annually after date. The
failure to pay any installment or any
interest due hereon when the same
shall be due shall at the option of the
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears Interest at the
rate of 8 per centum per annum.
(Seal) H. a SISTRUNK, City Clerk.
Orala PIafIi.. rtn it ia
TO MRS. RUBIE C. CONNOR AND
Jirws. k u HIE c CONNOR. TRU TRU-TEE
TEE TRU-TEE FOR JAMES E. CONNOR:
You are herphv nntlfl,) that ih. .it.
council of the city of Ocala on the .th
day of October. A. D. 1922. levied an
assessment against the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
vommencing a reet south of ncth ncth-west
west ncth-west corner of lot O of Caldwell's addl addl-t'on
t'on addl-t'on to the city of Ocala. thence south
407 feet, thence east 466.62 feet, north
407 fpft thaniu Itt t m
1144.40. as the proportionate coat for
ms iAe weir avenue with asphalt
block.
Thin aaa.mTt I. I.
J"it U tell CIUH
annual installments, said installments
ueinjs pay a oie annually arter date. The
failure to pay any installment or any
Interest due hereon when the same
shall be due shall at the option of the
holder heronf i-nrto trm ..tu. ..
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
imcies!., iu ue a i once out ana pay a Die.
This assessment bears interest at the
rate of 8 per centum per annum.
tceaij n. u. bisittUNK, City Clerk.
Ocala. Fla. Oft. 11 19
TO MRS. AIARTHA LANG:
iou are hereby notified that the eitr
council of the city of Ocala on the 9th
day of October, A. D. 1922. levied an
assessment against the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
sis reet north 'Mia south by 463 feet
east and west in the southwest corner
of lot "O," Caldwell's addition. Ocala.
of 1978.51. as the nroDortionate coat
for paving Lake Weir avenue with as asphalt
phalt asphalt block.
This assessment is naylnsr in ten.
equal installments, said installments
being payable annually after date. The
failure to pay any installment or any
interest due hereon when the same
shall be due shall at the option of the
holder hereof render the entire sum
then unpaid hereon, both principal and
interest, to be at once due and payable.
This assessment bears Interest at the
rate of 8 per centum per annum,
(Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK. City Clerk.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
the copy of this resolution as published
shall be dated as of this day by the
city clerk of the city of Ocala and shall
be subscribed by him as city clerk of
the city of Ocala.
This 7th day of November, A. D. 1921.
(Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK.
Wed-15-Bt Clerk of the City of Ocala,



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ADELE URLS

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

(Hates under this heading are aa Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
fol'awa: Maximum of six lints one time j
Ibc; three times 50c; six times 7oc; one iM., meets on the first ana UHTO
SJipAo fhosewhhlve'fe! Thursday evening3 of each month at
uiar advertising accounts. '7:30 o'clock until further notice.

FOR SALE Two lots in North Ocala,
fronting fifty feet on new Dixie j
Highway. Terms if desired or will ;
take part in one-year-old hens or J
fryers. Mrs. Edna Blair, Box 136, j
Lemon City, Fla. 12-6-2t

FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for Friday evenings of each month at 8
light housekeeping. Apply 102 S. : o'clock. Visiting sovereigns are al al-10th
10th al-10th St., or phone 343. 6-6t ways welcome.

DELCO LIGHT PLANT Three-quarter
size, thirty-two volt, in good
condition, large batteries. Will sell
cheap; need a larger plant reason
for selling. Address "W," care the
Star, Ocala, Fla. 4-6-8
LOST Gold watch fob with Masonic
emblem attached. Return to C. E.
Simmons, or phone 71. 12-6-3t
WANTED 15 or 20 acres cleared or
partly cleared, with or without
buildings, within five miles of Ocala
on hard road. Address "D. W. P.,"
care Star, Ocala. 12-6-3t
FOR RENT One small bedroom,
$1.60 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 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 particulars
lars particulars phone 604. 12-l-6t
FOR RENT Down stairs apartment,
four rooms and bath; modern con-
vemences.
Unfurnished apart-
ments. Phone 450 or see Dr.
W. K.
Lane. 24-tf
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. 2-6t
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. Carn. 23-tf
FOR RENT Part of my farm, 40 to
70 acres, as good trucking land as
there is in the county. Standing
rent or share crop. Stock and tools
furnished. Free of stumps. Call on
or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf
Why "French" High Heels.
It Is said that Louis XVI appeared
In court wearing high wooden heels on
his shoes. Be was not a tall man. and
adopted this expe.lltnt to make him him-elf
elf him-elf regally impressive. The term
French heel was applied to high heels
and finally to a certain type of hih
heel.
Right Idea cf "Drudgery."
The secret of smvts still Iks In
the same old uord. "ilnni-rery." For
drudgery Is The doinsr of one thirc. one
thing, one thins:. Iovj tfxr It ceases t
fe amusing; nn1 it is this "one thing"
I do that gathers iue ;-other from my
Chaos, thnt cordon t;-ve? .ne from pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities to powrs.- W C Pnrnetf.
Always.
Women make fino distinctions,
all right ro call them visions.
It's
but
mighty 1:in:-
o all tlwTn sights
Advertise in the Evening Star.

Beth Palm Rowley, Not Noted
ed Noted Hair Specialist,
Here for One Week
Only, Beginning

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 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 Transformations,
formations, Transformations, Curls, Puffs, Switches,
etc., made of real Human Hair. She
will be pleased to have the ladies call.
Ccmbings Made to Your Order
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
FRANK'S
Fraternal Orders
I MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
Adams, Secretary.
B. L.
WOODMEN OF IriE WORLD
Fort Sing Camp No. 14 meets at
i K. of P. hall every second and fourth
if. w. wnitesiae, j.
Chas. E. Sage, Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
I. U. Forbes, C JC.
C. E. Sage, K. of R. & S.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
Joseph Malever, N. G.
H. G. Shealy, Secretary.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory
at 8 o'clock p. m.
C. V. Roberts, Commtnder.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren elways welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
W. R. Pedrick, E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p jn.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Ocala Command-
ery Number 19,
Knights Templar,
meets every sec second
ond second Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
TO WHOM THIS MAY
CONCERN, WARNING
Be it know that I, William Schmid,
and my wife, Minnie Schmid have sep separated.
arated. separated. I will pay no bills contracted
by her. Signed:
6-3t William Schmid.
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.
a saber. Chicago Daily Journal.
Still, it is a hopeful sign when
statesmen rattle a deficit instead of

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any local or society
Sterns for the Star, phone five-one.
Dr. Bryant of Orlando is spending
Ja few .days in Ocala.
The friends of Mrs. E. G. Peek will
regret to hear that she is sick.
Wrap your Christmas packages the
Gift Shop way. l-3t
Miss Catherine Wilheit of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, Ga., arrived in Ocala yesterday
afternoon and is the guest of Miss
Eloise Henry.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams returned
yesterday from Orlando, where they
went Sunday to take Miss Dorothy
and her friend to the Cathedral
school, after a pleasant holiday spent
in Ocala.
Among those who expect to attend
the State Baptist Convention in
Gainesville tomorrow are Mrs. J. D.
Robertson, Mrs. C. L. Collins and Mrs.
Annie Akins.
Mrs. Ray Garnett of Plant City,
who has been spending a few days in
Ocala with her sister, Miss Rena
Smith, left this afternoon for home.
She was accompanied by her sister,
Mrs. C. C. Bailey of Asheville, who
has been spending some time in Ocala
and who will be Mrs. Garnett's guest
for the Christmas holidays.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Hospital Association
wishes to extend thanks to the Moses
Grocery Company for courtesies, to
Mr. B. D. Blackburn for furnishing the
Lipton's coffee served at their conces concession,
sion, concession, the fair association for its kind kind-nes
nes kind-nes sand to all who aided in any way
during the time that the auxiliary
served meals at the fair grounds. The
auxiliary was very successful and
cleared a little over $200.
The social which was held at
Methodist parsonage last night
the
was
thoroughly enjoyed by the large num number
ber number who attended. The rooms were
prettily decorated with roses and fern,
and a. most enjoyable program, which
was in charge of Mrs. George Taylor,
was given. It included a number of
instrumental and vocal numbers by
the best musical talent in the city, be beside
side beside some very clever readings. Punch
was served during the evening and
sandwiches and coffee were fhe appe appetizing
tizing appetizing refreshments.
AT THE TEMPLE TODAY
The Top of New York" will be the
picture shown this afternoon and to tonight,
night, tonight, at the Temple theater, with
May McAvoy in the stellar role. This
is one of the prettiest pictures ever
shown in Ocala and Mr. Bennett guar guarantees
antees guarantees that every one who sees it will
be well pleased. 6-lt
NOTICE, KING'S DAUGHTERS
The King's Daughters will hold
their regular monthly meeting Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
W. W. Clyatt on East Fort King ave avenue
nue avenue at three o'clock. It is hoped that
there will be a full attendance as spe special
cial special business will come before this
meeting.
FAIRFIELD
Fairfield, Dec 6. Rip Van Winkle
has awakened at last and will call on
you again with the news.
The fair is over and most of our
people have settled down to business
again.
Some of our farmers are preparing
to plant fall crops and some are grind grinding
ing grinding cane.
Our school closed last Wednesday
for Thanksgiving and the fair and all
the teachers spent the week-end with
the folks at home
Miss Zeone Osteen spent the week weekend
end weekend with her parents. Miss Osteen re returned
turned returned to her school Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Miss Lila Mack has returned to her
school work at Knoblock school. Miss
Lila had quite a time with sickness.
Every one is invited to attend the
play and debate at the school house
Friday night, Dec. 8th, Refreshments
will be sold and a small admission will
be charged. The proceeds will be used i
for the school.
We are glad to welcome Mrs. Rou
and daughter, Mrs. Howell back in our
midst.
We are enjoying the nice, bright
Don't forget the debate for Frida
night. Subject, "Resolved, that here heredity
dity heredity has more to do with our lives
than environment." Affirmative, Mr.
Chambers, D. R. Mixson; negative, Mr.
Priest, Everett Miller. Everybody
come.
A girl's hope chest these days ought I
to contain at least one good automatic. ;
Philadelphia Inquirer. j

VICTORY NOTES AND 1918 WAR SAVING STAMPS
Victory Notes, series "A" to "F" inclusive, are called for redemption
December 15, 1922, after which date interest ceases.
1918 War Saving Stamps are payable January 2d, 1923. To avoid
congestion and delay, the above should be surrendered early as
possible.
This Bank will receipt for and make collections for above without charge

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
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LOCAL LEGISLATION
(Continued from Page One)
the high spots of the subject matter
of the letter but put the council on ;
notice that his clients would not pay j
for some parts of the work on Okla- j
waha because it was illegally done, j
He included in his list of illegalities
the change of the grade on parts of
the street, the change of curbings on
other parts, the employment of an en- j
gineer to re-establish a fixed grade,
injury to the value of some property
and an excessive charge for the use of j
tools and machinery. The council j
listened patiently to his list of com- j
plaints and then told him that it j
would bear his letter in mind but
that Oklawaha was not to be assessed J
at this meeting.
Mr. J. B. Christie presented a seal sealed
ed sealed bid to the council for the purchase
of the old city market property,
where he now runs his chere-cola
plant. The council went up in the ail
over this action on the part of Mr.
Christie because it had been rumored
that Tucker & Simmons might want
the property and there sat Mr. Sim Simmons.
mons. Simmons. If they opened Mr. Christie's
bid and it was good they might miss
a better one from Mr. Simmons. They
whispered over the dilemma for some
time and then asked Mr. Simrnons if
he wished to make them a proposition.
Mr. Simmons asked them what they
wanted for the property but there
lay Mr. Christie's unopened bid. If
they made a price and Mr. Christie's
was better they would lose. Finally
Mr. Martin stated that they might
take $75,000 for the property. Mr.
Simmons laughed and replied -that
might all go to heaven when they died.
Mr. Simmon tflld them to state their
price and he would teU them if he
wanted it. It was finally decided to
hold Mr. Christie's bid until the next
meeting at which time Mr. Simmons
will be permitted to also enter a seal sealed
ed sealed bid. The council looked 100 per
cent better when this was settled.
Mr. Goldman introduced an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance permitting the city to close
South Fourth street from South Main
to Osceola. When this ig done the A.
C. L. will help pay for storm sewer sewerage
age sewerage under its property at the light
plant.
Mr. Simmons introduced an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance fixing a date. for the paving
bonds.
Mr. Pedrick introduced an ordinance
for paving Broadway as far as H. A.
Fausett's store with a 16-foot asphalt
block center and Tarvia sides with
brick gutters.
All bills properly approved were
ordered paid.
Some time was spent in discussing
the proper rent to charge for the old
pound property and is was finally re referred
ferred referred to a committee for action.
Travis Collier appeared before the
council and politely called their atten attention
tion attention to the street in front of the city
hall (also in front of the White Star
building). Travis said that for
twelve years Collier Bros, had been
having to repair the street in front of
their building before they could use
it after a hard rain. He admitted
that they had become somewhat ac accustomed
customed accustomed to the job and it wasn't so
very hard now but that he would like
to have a permanent paving on this
street in the next ten years. He
also requested that they be given a
water main as the little 1" private line
was too small to supply all the fam families
ilies families on the street, and outside of that
Travis was happy. The council prom promised
ised promised him a water main soon and a
street "some day, maybe, but not right
now."
The council talked over the final
plans for the pan-handle election
which takes place next Tuesday. Ev-
, OTtf V tW 1 r. 'w.nn.J 4.1- t X?
, "v
(the council urges that all citizens
i turn out and vote because we need a
j road to the springs and they feel like
; Engineer Walker can do it better than
the city.
An ordinance was passed providing
for asphalt brick pavement to the city
limits on the north Dixie Highway.
School children can get a splendid
set of puzzle cards free by applying
at the Star office.

Xmas

Gift

At L C. JORDAN & COMPANY'S

HANSEN Kid and Aato Gloves
for Men
BRAXTON BELTS, Pig Skin
and Walrus
TIES, in College Stripes, Cat
Silk, Knit and Cheney's Bats
KREMENTZ gold' filled Tie
Clasps and Cuff Buttons
CHRISTMAS
L C. JORDAN & CO.

Oar staple tines, including Styleplus Suits, Sweaters and Over Overcoats,
coats, Overcoats, larger than ever

Merry Christmas
Cards
We have the Christmas
Cards that you are looking for.
Come in and get them- We dp
not stand on formality our
doors are wide open; walk in
and make yourself at home.
You will find tags, seal,
tuck-ins, cards for Mother,
Dad and the whole 'family,
cards for your friends humor humorous,
ous, humorous, witty and conventional,
cards from 5 cents to $1.0), in
fact, anything your heart de desires
sires desires in a Christmas Greeting
Card.
Hurry up and cgll while
our assortment is complete; we
want you to be pleased.
Court Pharmacy
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that die un undersigned
dersigned undersigned board of county commis
sioners on or before the 22nd day of
December, 1922, will receive bids for
the furnishing to said county five or
six two or two and a half-ton trucks
equipped with pneumatic tires and
hydraulic dump, steel bodies, also a
steam or gas operated road contrac contractor's
tor's contractor's pump and approximately ten
thousand feet of two-inch black iron
pipe.
The bid of the lowest responsible
bidder will be accepted unless the said
board shall reject all bids because the
same are too high.
Board of County Commissioners,
of Marion County, Florida.
6-lt By T. D. Lancaster Jr, Clerk.
NOTICE.
Poinsettia Grove No228 will meet
Thursday, Dee. 7th, at 7:30 p. m., in
the Odd Fellows hall. Annual election
of officers will be held. 'All members
are urged to attend. Refreshment
and a good time. Com.
Rylla B. Adams, Clerk.
Advertise In the Evening Star.

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ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS in
Christmas Boxes
BATH ROBES for women and
men
HOUSE SHOES for women and
men
SILK AND WOOL SOCKS AND
STOCKINGS
BOXES FREE
Ocala, Fla.
PALATKA -OCALA
BUS LINE
SCHEDULE
Leave Palatka 8:60 A. M.
Arrive Ocala 11:15 A. M
leave Ocala 2:00 P. M.
Arrive Palalka .... 6:00 P. M.
Ocala leaving point, Ocala House.
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenwood
and Rodman.
C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala, Pbone S27
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C. V. Roberts & Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
Motor Equipmemt
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
Residence Phone 305
217 W. Broadway
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