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WEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Friday, probably local rains Friday in extreme north portion, warmer in extreme south portion.
TEMPERATURES This Morning, 58; This Afternoon, 78.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 7:11; Sets, 5:26.
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 292
10 BE KEPI
DID NOT GOME
STIRRED THEM UP
IT WAS DRLAfJDO
War as Wei! as Merchant Ships cf All Nations Should Have
Access to All International Bodies of Water
Lausanne, Dec. 7. (By Associated
Press). Turkish delegates to the ITALIAN PREMIER IS
Near East conference today faced the
difficult problem of deciding whether
Turkel in formulating her plan for
control of the Dardanelles should ast
her lot with Russia or with the En Entente
tente Entente Powers and the United States.
Turkey's suggestion for solution of
the straits question will be made
GOING TO ENGLAND
To tynfer With Other Allied States Statesmen
men Statesmen on the Reparations
Somewhere Between the Windy City
And the Gate City the Chilly
Wave Was Stranded
London, Dec. 7. (By Associated
Press). Premier Mussolini of Italy,
has accepted an invitation to come to
AMERICA. WANTS S i RAITS KEPT London for a conference with Allied
OPEN premiems at the week-end preliminary
i to the Brussels conference on repara repara-A
A repara-A strong American plea for free- tions Mussolini will stop at Lau Lau-dom
dom Lau-dom of the stiaits, with the right of sanne but js not expected to arrive in
warships to pass to and from the ; Lunjon before tomorrow night.
Black Sea, was the outstanding fea- ;
ture of the Near East conference ; SEARCHING FOR SLAYER
terday, which received from the En- i ,mVnDv
. ,. , ., ; Or MLSh IlL.NDKi
tente nations a definite pioject for the
future control of this great world T . ,
. , Perry. Dec. i. C itizens and Taylor
waterway. i ne iiussian pian iur me
exclusion of all but Turkish warships
from the straits received a bad blow
by the Allied proposals.
Richard Washburn Child, the Am American
erican American ambassador, adopted the broad
standpoint that the very interests of
the countries bordciing on the Black
Sea made it imperative to keep the
straits open. The United States in ;
common with every commercial na- j OTICE TO MEMBERS
tion, wishes access to every free body ; OF WOODMEN CIRCLE
of water in the world, and America i
would not be satisfied it' her ships of j Please notice that a change has
war could not puisue their peaceful been made in the meeting place of the
errands wherever American citizen? : Woodmen Circle tonight. Instead of
and merchant craft v?ie accorde meeting in the Odd Fellows hall as
that privilege. announced, the circle will meet at the i
regular meeting place.
NOT TO BE EXPECTED &
Angora, Dt.-. 7 (Associated Press) j "GIFTS THAT LAST"
The Turkish nationalist government THE BQOK SHOP since opening
uao ai.'mumcu l .m, itg doors to the public a few years
jcounty deputies continued to searcn
' for Chiii-lie Wright, the negro wanted
j in connection with the murder of
! Miss Ruby Hendry, whose body wtih
! the head crushed in and the throat cut
! was found near her home Saturday,
j Sheriff Lipscomb said there had been
I no new developments in the manhunt.
Atlanta, Dec. 7. (By Associated
Press). Reports from all sections of
the South today failed to show the ar arrival
rival arrival of a cold blast from the north.
With moderate but cloudy weather
pievailing it was indicated real win winter
ter winter is still as far off as ever. Weather
over the South is expected to be a bit
unsettled but there will be no decid decider
er decider drop in temperature.
ZERO WEATHER IN CHICAGO
Chicago, Dec. 7. There was no
great relief today for the northwest
from the near zero temperatures as
the first cold wave of the winter grad gradually
ually gradually extended southward. While
minus temperatures are still prevail
ing in the northwest thermometers in
Montana did not drop as previously
I leiiicted. The Pacific slope is in the
lip of the first winter storm with
now in the north.
Difficult to Decide What Commissioner
Graham Would Do If the Tail
Wagged the Dog
Miami, Dec. 7. (By Associated
Press). U. S. Sommissioner Graham
has ruled that because a dog wags his
tail when near a whisky still that is
no proof that the dog's master is
King George Willing to Open Irish
Parliament if Wanted Ulster
Decides to Stay Out
Dublin, Dec. 1. (By Associated
Press) President Cosgrave announc announced
ed announced to parliament this afternoon that
Deputy Sean Hales had been shot and
kileld and Deputy Patrick O'Maille,
Joe Finoccharin, arrested as an alleg alleged
ed alleged still operator, was released.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
operating the still. On this ruling j wno was deputy speaker, was wound
ed while on the way to the parliament
GEORGE IS WILLING
London, Dec. 7. (By Associated
Press). The suggestion that King
George may go to Dublin to open
formally the new Irish parliament as
advanced by the Liverpool Courier,
seems to be based partly on surmise
and partly on private rumors. Altho'
the possibility of the king's presence
has taken no definite shape, it is safe
to say if Ireland were to intimate a
visit of the ing would be welcome,
the king would acquiesce.
HAYNES IS BUSY
WITH HIS HEAD
Talk Three Times With His Mouth
And Lunched Once With the Same
not accept a continuance In Turkey of
ago. has steadily grown until now it
Jacksonville, Dec. 7. (.Associated
Press). Federal Prohibition Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Haynes accompanied by
Colonel Nutt, chief general of prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition agents, and Sherman Cueno, pub pub-Ik
Ik pub-Ik director of the federal prohibition
department, are here for a conference
with Florida law enforcement officers.
Haynes had three addresses and
luncheon on the program for the day.
The home of Mrs. E. G. Lindner
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met this the
7th day of November, 1922, in regular
session with W. T. Gary, chairman,
C. R. Veal and J. N. Simmons pres presort
ort presort and acting.
Minutes for regular and special
meetings of September and October
read and approved.
Prof. Kindle, principal of Fessenden
Academy, called and asked that salary
of teachers be increased. The board
could not at this meeting give consid consideration
eration consideration to the request.
Current bills that were properly au authorized
thorized authorized and signed were ordered paid
as soon as sufficient money was in
hand to pay same, but that no warrant
be issued until money was deposited
Board on motion of C. R. Veal
seconded by J. N. Simmons authorized
the calling of an election in the Lowell
and Reddick Special Tax School Dis District
trict District for the purpose of consolidating
said districts as per petition receiv received
ed received at previous meeting. Said election
i be held at date of January 9th,
A communication from Mrs. Rex Anthony, Dec. 6 Mr. C. C. Priest
Todd Skinr- that Hass in donr of her and famlly f Sanford spent the
class room in Ocala high school build- i Thanksgiving hoLys with relatives
ing be replaced was authorized by
ULSTER WILL STAY OUT
Belfast, Dec. 7. (By Associated
Press). Both houses of the Uulster
parliament voted unanimously to
"contract out' 'of the Irish Free State
as permitted under the Anglo-Irish
MISSED ITS MARK
Cork, Dec. 7. A powerful bomb
was thrown at a military car this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The missile missed the mark,
exploding nearby and wounding two
men and two women.
Florida Railroad Commission Didn't
Know There Was Any Short Shortage
age Shortage of Cars
Tallahassee, Dec. 7. (By the Asso
ciated Press). The Florida rilaroad
commission has notified the Inter-
sttae Commerce Commission and rila
road officils of a shortage of refrig-
ertor cars for the movement of the
Florida citrus crop. The Orlando
Perishable League was responsible for
the commission's action.
LET PQWELL OFF LIGHT
Slayer of Legette, However, Willing
To Give the State Another
Shot at His Neck
Tallahassee, Dec. 7. (Associated
Press). A verditc of murder in the
second degree was returned in tihe
Leon county circuit court here today
in the case of J. W. Powell, of Ha
vana, rla., charged with killing
James Legette of Cairo, Ga., who was
shot and killed at Lake Imonia near
here in November. Powell admitted
he shot the Georgian during an alter altercation
cation altercation while on a hunting trip but
claimed that he shot in self-defense.
His attorneys said a motion for a new
trial would be filed.
LIST OF PREMIUMS WON BY
GARNER POULTRY FARM
AT MARION COUNTY FAIR
CARP OF THANKS
consulates or Clonic -5 of any power nno t. rf)ninw noVPltv!was tne scene yesterday afternoon of
at war witn luiKey. janJ book houses in the state. The
name, "Te Book Shop," although it
i signifies books ir quantities, which
lean always be obtained at this store,
We wish to thank the r any friends : tioes not jve an idea of the- extensive
who were so uh.d and helpful during jne cf other goods. The stock oi
the sickness and death of our little ooti u ia : ach department
son and brother Virgil Eugene Ab- s0 distinct and full in itself that each
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Abshier.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Abshier.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Abshier,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hames.
I in its turn will be given special men-
' A recent purchasing trip to New
York of the store's buyer resulted in j
jthe filling of each department with
j the newest and latest in its line. Now
jthat the Christmas holiday season is
j near and only two weeks remain for
selection of the numerous gifts which
! are to go to friends and relatives, a
an auction party, with which Mrs.
Lindner and Mrs. J. G. Parrish en entertained
tertained entertained a number of friends. The
iiving rooms were opened en suite and
with their pretty floral decorations
made a charming gathering place
and in this congenial atmosphere the
guests spent a pleasant afternoon.
The party might truly be called a
pcinsettia party, for this bright flower
which is so plentiful at this time of
the year was used as the central
c-;lor scheme from which the minutest
Teacher's reports that were filed in
office and were correct and properly
signed were ordered paid from the
e-arliest money available.
Board adjourned for noon to meet
at 2:15 p. m. 1
Board met Tuesday afternoon at
2:15 with all members present and
Mr. James Butler of Juliette appear appeared
ed appeared before the Board and asked that
truck from Juliette to Dunnellon be
directed to come by his house for his
children saying that he understood
that the Board had made it compul compul-cory
cory compul-cory that trucks go by the house for
each child. It was explained to Mr.
Mrs. Florence Gordon left Sunday
for Jacksonville after spending sev several
eral several days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Harvey.
The many friends of Masters Duke
Minis and Paul Jones are glad to
know they are both improving after
a severe case of pneumonia. Duke
has returned home from the Ocala
Mr. James Connell and Hinton Con Con-nell
nell Con-nell left last week for their new home
in Plant City, where they will join
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Connell, who reached there last week.
Mr. A. E. Hewitt has been visiting
relatives in Mayo the past two weeks.
Mrs. Josie Graham left last week
I for her home in Waldo, after a visit
luuiv : j l ., ii Lilies win latmiaic
"Bobbie," the dainty little daughter jthe buying of these remembrances,
of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Van Osten, Thp i'pwpIpt-v department comes
details of the party were carried out.
Larere baskets and vasps of thp orr. 'Butler that trucks onlv went to or bv
geous red blossoms were used in the j such houses as were on the establish- Wltn her slster Mrs- B- F- Mims.
hall, living room and dining room, ed routes of the trucks and that trucks j After a asa
chrysanthemums being used in the were not compelled to go to each "St er, Mrs. E. C Beuchler, Mr.
intWt W,M i ui child's i-PsidpnrP That it was thp aim Pame vvaisn leu oamruay iur mo
jwere placed. The tally cards al the
: score pads and table markers were
having reached the age of two years,
celebrated the occasion yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon with a birthday party at the
ifilci"! rlorTQT aA Hrl-V -rsire n4- n J
mi t i f vj-vji uieu Willi IJJ lliaCLLld. rt.il II
The stvles and costumes f or ; ... a na. -mm
j i ,i x- i jucucious mints served in bon-bon
season demand that for the ladies ... ,
a piece of jewelrv, a string of beads,!., T V, UILnri
home r.f her parents on East Fort;are absolutely necessary to make the fl ; e V1Vld green and red of
King avenue. About forty of her lit- j costume complete. And when one' t owers'
Ha fii.nrl and nlnvmntps wprp invited i u.i. ; At i lne guests of the afternoon were
to come at 3:30 and from then until The Book Shop there is every kind mv)te foJ three dock and as they
arrived they were cordially welcomed
by the hostesses and were soon en engrossed
grossed engrossed in the ever fascinating game
oi auciion. At five o'clock, at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of five rounds, pretty tea
cloths were spread on the card tables
;and dainty refreshments consisting
of poinsettia salad, nut bread sand-
much enjoyed. Margaret Ann Walk- ; enumerate the section which might lueese Ts' PlCKles and cot-
ley and Buster Reynolds were the ; be obtained in bracelets, rings, pocket-1 "T ee served-
prize winners in this contest. The books, mesh bairs, card cases, bar thL meantlme the scores were
warm, bright weather was ideal for pins and brooches it almost impossi- ncted and was that Mrs.
nlavin? out of doors on thp 1wn nnd v.i0 TKo ii ,-.f Wr.w,- cit,w ll C- Doz'pr held the highest and Mrs.
the afternoon hours grew into night, ; imaginable, including the semi-pre-they
spent the time in all kinds of : cious stones. Then there are pearls
happy games. ;n the stand? rr quality of R:chelieu
Drop the handkerchief, London and LaTausca. Besides beads, which
Bridge and all of the games which hold nch a p-ominent place in the
children love so well were played, jewelry of today, there are wrist
Pinning the tail on the bunny was one watches, in gold filled and solid gold,
which brought forth much fun and at prie-" to fit anv pocketbook. To
heio the afternoon was spent. ; gentlemen is a- complete as that for
After the games-the children were the femir:ne ?rx. Tn a section to
tpktn into the dining room, which for itself are founirin -jens, pencils in
the occasion was trimmed in a color si'ver nT- d. solid "!ver, plain and
scheme of pink and white. Streamers- fiiligroe dosr Th n there are pret pret-ol
ol pret-ol theso color were suspended from ty nondanr rri-ii's Theiv are hun hun-the
the hun-the chandelier, from which also a big dreds of thin" m th:s department not
w'fi'-f heil was suspen-lod. In the cen- mentione i here anl your every wish
tei- cf th.' table the birthday cake can be gratified.
prett'ly i ed r.r.d topped with lighted Then comes the silverware, and in
candles -vr. the center of interest to this line there is a wide selection,
all thp litt!.- guests, who in due time special attention havinsr been given
after ihe cake was cut received a t. this department this year. Three
piece. Ice ccam, little cakes and hr-autiful sterlinr silver naterns. the
pink and white mints were served. "Orleans." the "Mount Vernon" and
Mrs. Van Osten was assisted by Mrs. the "Cortlandt," are carried in f.at
Fred Rider, the little hostess' grand- silver to select from. In plaited ware
ali of the standard makes are to be
N. R. Dehon the second highest. The
former was presented w;th a hand
some set of table cover and rnVins
in oyster linen, hand emV o;'V- and
the latter a pair of blue vn silver
cardies. Mrs. O. E. Cox received the
booby, a set of decorated table mark mark-....
.... mark-.... i 1.
vi.- lum s-TOie paus. .mad
ihose assisting during the after- ;n-
of the Board to try to accomodate as
many as possible by going as near as
possible to the house.
As Mr. Veal expressed his intention
oi going into the vicinity in the near
future it was agreed by the Board
that he should get with Mr. Butler
and effect an agreement if possible.
A bid from Mr. W J. Morrison of
?110 per month for the transportation
of such pupils as could not be accomo accomodated
dated accomodated by the present faci'ities wus re rejected
jected rejected as being higher than necessary.
Tne bank account of the special
school districts and the general funds
' were checked and found to be appar
ently correct. The accounts of the
bond interest and sinking funds were
also checked and was found that war warrant
rant warrant No. 1 for ?250 on Reddick inter-
I est was paid from Anthony bond fund.
Another warrant on Reddick interest
fund" was ordered drawn to reimburse
I Anthony bond fund for the given
Mrs. G. A. Brown teaching at An- J
home in Savannah.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Strange and
little daughter, Mamie Louise spent
the week-end with relatives in Mica Mica-nopy.
nopy. Mica-nopy. Miss Alma Young, a teacher in th
school here, spent the Thanksgiving
holidays at her home in Juliette.
Misses Lillie Milligan, Caroline
Pasteur and Mildred Manning, who
are teaching in various parts of the
county, spent Thanksgiving at home.
Mrs. W. S. Baskin has been quite
ill but is much improved.
Mr. Ralph Manning spent Sunday
at home, returning Monday to Lake
Mr. A. P. Meadows left Sunday for
DeLand, after spending Thanksgiving
Mr. C. B. Padgett has accepted the
position as night clerk at the Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood depot.
Everyone please remember the oy oyster
ster oyster supper and bazar given by the
Woman's Club Friday evening at the
Anconas: First cockerel and first
Blue Andalusians: First cock, first
cockerel, first hen and second hen.
Silver Campines: First cock, sec
ond cock and first hen, second hen.
Buff Cochins: First cockerel, first
pullet, second pullet.
Partridge Cochins: First cockerel,
Silver Spangled Hamburgs: First
cockerel, second cockerel, first pullet
and second pullet.
Brown Leghorns: First cockerel,
second cockerel, first and second pul pullet,
let, pullet, first and second pen.
Buff Minorcas: First cockerel and
Speckled Sussex: First cockerel,
first pullet and first pen.
Jersey Black Giants: First cock,
first and second hen, first cockerel,
second cockerel, first pullet and sec second
ond second pullet.
Sicilian Buttercups: First pen.
White Frizzles: First cockerel and
White Polish Bantams: First cock cockerel
erel cockerel and first pullet.
White Japanese Silkies: First
cockerel, first pullet, second pullet.
Light Brahma Bantams: First pul pullet.
let. pullet. Dark Brahma Bantams: First cock cockerel,
erel, cockerel, first pullet, second pullet.'
Black Cochin Bantams: First cock
and first hen, first pen. The cock won
sweepstakes as the best male bird in
Buff Cochin Bantams: First cock,
first hen and first pen.
White Cochin Bantams: First cock
and first hen.
Golden Seabright Bantams: First
cockerel, first pullet and second pullet.
Belgian Hares: First male and first
The Gardner farm exhibited 118
birds and took 63 ribbons.
noon wero irs. i-awan lucker. Mrs. fulther investigation and should it be
Kiehard Stroud. Mrs. Sam Pyles, fcimj C0!Tect
.hisses Jess Dehon, Cornelia Dozier,
me before the Board and ask-! ,c . ,
.ur. rorter i oung ana jur. iiDiacK
on were Sunday viistors in
After a visit with relatives in
Jacksonville, Mr. J. J. Reaves return returned
ed returned home Tuesday.
Mr. W. S. Barksdale purchased a
new Ford Tuesday.
1 ed tnat .-he Le paid for ten days of ;
, T , i of Dunnell
last school vear. It was explained by i
I superintendent tnat no repon naa oeen
for this time by either her or
principal. It was left open for
Hazel Lawson and Clifton Sexton.
Mrs. Lindner and Mrs. Parrish
proved themselves most deliehtful en entertainers
tertainers entertainers and their party will be re-rren-ibered
by those present a? ore of
the most pleasant of the winter season.
mother r.n l Mis. Walter Tucker.
This was the firt party of the had. and in the line besides the reru
dainty little nr'ss and her little friends lar pieces there are many odd and
were cordial in their wishes for many attractive pieces. A full selection of DEWEVS RESTALRANT
more. She was the recipient of a infant's silver, knives, forks, cups, "On the Square," west side. Oysters
number of pretty and useful presents rings and holders is displayed. There nd fi---h daily. Open all night tf
and the little hostess as well as her are also serving dishes, compotes and
same to be paid.
; M -. Barco, attendance officer, report report-ed
ed report-ed two families that he had visited
; ii. destitute conditions. It was de-'ci-lf-d
to try to get communities tc
' takj the matter up and see of same
: tv .. v
i ses.- "on on Decembed 5, 1922.
: H. G. Shealv, Superintendent.
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, 1:30 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.
Fresh shipment of Kingan's Relieble
TT j. 1 1 tt r- r
be benefited. ; uams at nc. per id. u-serve zstores.
i ? .i I Tun r.hnnoc 10 nrA fill 7-?t
.emc nn Tnrrnpr n ? np?! me "v c. -j-..
ourned to meet in regular
Solid silverware and Solid Gold
Jewelry for gifts at THE BOOK
M-- nv sires and bindings. Some in-
THE BOOK SHOP is showing a
Regular meeting of Marion-Dunn
Lodge No. 19, F. & A. M. this eve evening,
ning, evening, Dec. 7th, at 7:30 o'clock, at the
Masonic hall. Election of officers for
the ensuing year. Visiting brothers
are cordially invited to attend.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Fresh shipment of Kingan's Relieble
guests will remember this day as one snecial pieces of silverware that will See the wonderful Rock-a-Bye Dolls : expensive ones and some in fine India j wonderful array of Gifts. Please shop Hams at 27c. per lb. U-Serve-Stores.
of the happiest of their lives.
please the most exacting purchaser. 3t at THE GIFT SHOP.
-3t i Bible paper. At THE BOOK SHOP. 3t (now so you will not be disappointed. 3t Two pbones 195 and 614. 7-3t
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922
Oeala Evening Star
H. J. BlttUser, President
H. D. Lnvenod, Vlee-Prealdent
r. T. LYen;d, Sretary-Trearer (
J. 11. Benjamin, Editor
attired, entered a shoe store and seat- Another Mr. Cash 1.00
ed herself to be waited upon. Soon j Will Taylor 1.00
a bald-headed clerk came up to serve Miss Cash 1.00
W. Stripling 1.00
fcrds. The clerk knelt down to lace
them and she gazed about the room. ; W
Suddenly she looked down and saw ;
" iher. After rejecting this pair and ; A
P.blU.rd ETery D.y Except dr ny , jHpH nn some brown OX- i W
STAR. PUBUSHirtU CUMfA X
S. Cullen 1.00
K. Zewadski 3.00
E. Kiplinger 1.00
I the bald head. Thinking that it wa3jA. C. Blowers
i her rolled top knee, she modestly drew j
her skirt over it.
Entered at Ocala. Fla.
second -class matter.
DONATING THE DOLLARS
(To be Continued in Our Next)
A young lady school teacher in : ry
Conner, Dec. 5. Mrs. H. H. Mc Mc-Credie
Credie Mc-Credie of Boston, and daughter, Mrs.
Thompson are spending some time
with Mrs. McCredie's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Graham.
P. M. Cate. wife and children of
Center Hill, motored to Conner last
Sunday for a short visit to Prof, and
Mrs. W. A. Cate.
Rev. J. C. Boatwright, accompanied
Mrs. Boatwright and two daugh-
j LOOK AGAIN. YOU'RE RIGHT.
j There's no ice in the refrigerator. But there's food, plenty of it.
a 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
T i j ji Taylor county, a pretty, smart and iters came out from Ocala Saturday
that them hundred ik5nd.hearted gir well beoved by alI and Sunday filled the pulpit at two
M.t. n(i Fiv-One j It's our opinion
,3datril.i)eprtment ZTZL land twentv-five dollars that we called , l4 .. ,t th Rar,tUr. rhurch. While
, - .... wno Knew ner. was asauiLt:u anu niur-: tci c. ....
for, for the girls' industrial scnooi othei here they were entertained at the
i Christmas tree, are going to be do- j K,tniK. tatprl home of Mr. and Mrs. Capron Smith.
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.?I!!s,Sried, for we have m two days oeen Mr Gladys Henderson has return-
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" Putnam county is having a first first-elasa
elasa first-elasa fair in Palatka this week.
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luwn rnnnKT i npss mat snp was Mnom cu ii-'' ouv.h.vu....v
,L,a c, nrl I i nr Vnm.olOetfll lIlilllMUlllcsa luai. sue nos auuuv w. -
.hand when the drive began "e" if the man who outraged and with her father, Mr. Joe Stanaland,
made no scuine ior xne v. int far Lvnne.
1 !fl; i certainly be lynched. In that case the : Prof. C. C. Carnes and a group of
northern republican press will slop j high grade pupils are working on a
over with sorrow for the murderer but 1 play to be given for the benefit of the
. . 1 1 A.
will have no word of sympathy for athletic department at an eany ulc.
his victim. I J- H- Hunt as Potlt' to r&nford on
a business trip.
MRS. M. M. MURPHY j Mrs. Willa Stevens, who has beeh
I spending several weeks with her
Suppose the state does spend ten
million dollars a year, haven't we a
ten million dollar state?
There is one good thing about those
narrow brick and cement roads the
counties that laid them are not likely
to let them lapse into sand.
; Tkey are talking of a treaty with
Turkey. Just as well write it on a
German scrap of paper, so we will
know its sacredhess at the start.
c Some of their marks paper, frin-etance.
Report is out to the effect that
nad forcnt.tpn that. thpr wprp nnv
,.: American soldiers yet on duty in the
i war zone. Times-Union.
Worse than that many of us have
. forgotten there ever were any Ameri American
can American sofdiers at all.
. While thinking of Christmas, don't
forget the King's Daughters. These
rkind and useful women are busy with
Christmas they like to lift the souls
of those dependent on them from
bare necessities. Slip them what you
,&an spare, and don't put it off any
longer than you can help.
In the present state of prohibition
nforcement, we advise policemen and
deputy sheriffs to travel in couples.
If they catch a man with bootleg or
moonshine, thev should Irnnplr him
down and one of them sit on him
wmip rnp nr nor itaad s-t-f-A. n nrn-nvk
To catch a man with the goods on is
ufneient in any other brand of crime,
but our laws have put booze dealers in
ft privileged class.
If as Pershing predicts there is to
be. another war twenty years from
now, me nonoraoie government should
ha lotting pr.ftI. v a
s bombproof shed over these United
States. Airships will win the next
- trar. Miami Metropolis.
Wouldn't it be better and cheaper
and more manly, don't you think, to
build airships and train our gallant
boys to handle them.
The Star prophesies that the at attempts
tempts attempts to impeach Attorney General
Daugherty will fall flat. We are not
Stuck on Mr. Daugherty, but we doubt
very much that he has broken any
law. He has omitted to enforce some
laws and he has made certain cliques
and factions mad by trying to enforce
M others, but we don't think anything
1 but a venomous and disgraceful out out-'
' out-' break of partisanship and factional-
; ism can impeach him.
have sent them to us, or
to us, or stopped us on the street or
come across the street to give them
to us. So, as we are not immensely
popular ourself, it is evident we rep represent
resent represent a mighty good cause.
We had no sooner surrounded our
simple breakfast yesterday and gone
out on the street than we met a fine
old gentleman, whose name he forbade
us to tell, for he is always timid un unless
less unless he is talking to a pretty woman,
but he comes from a section of this
broad land famed for fine horses, love love-Iv
Iv love-Iv ladies, fragrant tobacco and mel
low moonshine whisky. He had a nice,
new dollar bill, which he began pulling
from his vest pocket as we came
around the corner.
We went to see the Multum in Lit Little
tle Little shoe merchant on West Broadway,
and he began rubbing together two
nice, shiny half dollars as soon as he
saw us coming. He does so much for the
school that we had not intended to ask
him to come in on this, but he came
Sammy Pyles, the cheerful young
undertaker, ran us down and handed
us a toadskin as we returned to our
sanctum. There are some few stingy
people in town, but Sam isn't among
We knew Albert Gerig was going to
give us a dollar some time soon, and
it was soon, for he handed it over at
noon, and this is no rhyme, neither.
Immediately after, we met a hard hardworking
working hardworking county officer, who gave us
two quarters and four bits, but insist insisted
ed insisted on being nominated in the bond as
The three Taylor brothers are al
ways in on a good thing. John handed
it out Monday, Will came across yes yesterday
terday yesterday and Jim will cash in some time
before the drive is over.
In the afternoon mail we received a
contribution from a pretty young lady,
whose heart is bigger than she is, but
we will have to list her as "Miss
A good old friend, who hasn't as
much money as he needs, and gives
most of that away, went down in his
jeans and brought up two beans.
While we were asleep in Bleach's
barber chair late yesterday afternoon,
along came W. W. Stripling and slip slipped
ped slipped a dollar bill between our relaxed
fingers, which immediately shut up on
it like a trap on a mouse. We think
Strip was traveling incognito, but
Blesch told on him after we woke up.
Soon after that we saw C. S. Cul Cullen,
len, Cullen, but he saw us first, and had a dol dollar
lar dollar ready as we came alongside.
Charlie Cullen is one of this world's
As soon as W. K. Zewadski heard
wc were passing the hat, he marked
three special dollars for us, and we
connected with them soon after sup supper.
per. supper. Zee likes to mage friends smile.
Dr. C. E. Kiplinger not only gave
us a plunk, but offered to give the
school a lecture on the scientific
subjects on which he is so well post posted.
ed. posted. We hope Doc. will not teach the
girls to kiss their elbows, because,
while boys are mighty fine, girls are
Standing at the Star office door,
late in the evening, we saw A. C.
Blowers at the filling station across
the street, and we saw between his
fingers a pretty, green piece of paper.
We knew what it was and what it was
for, so we went across the street and
gathered it in, and then we called it
Following is the list:
Mrs. Edna Ayer Wright ? 2.00
J. W. Sylvester 1.00
Dr. H. W. Henry 1.00
J. H. Benjamin 5.00
Mrs. Myrtle May Murphv died at an j brother, J. H. Hunt and family, left
early hour yesterday morning in this j Saturday for Bradentown.
city. Mrs. Murphy and her husband j The B. Y. P. U. is expected to send
moved to Kendrick from Kentucky j a large delegation to Oak next Sun-,
only a few weeks ago and bought a day afternoon. Brother Willian of j
place together with Mrs. Murphy's I Jacksonville dll be present and there J
Darents. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. is going to be something doing.
243 and 174
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
YOURS FOR SERVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
C. T. Henderson and wife and Miss J (
Lila Mae Wall spent Tuesday in i
This may not be authentic, but we j
K. Arnett and one sister to mourn her j understand that the kast Marlon high
untimely death. Intermest was made j school won especial mention at the
Arnett. She was a sweet young wom woman,
an, woman, being only seventeen years of age.
Besides her husband she leaves her
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. S.
in the Kendrick cemetery at 4 o'eiot-k
yesterday afternoon. Rev, Boatwright
of Ocala officiated.
C. V. Roberts & Company were in
charge of the funtfrsJ arrangements.
E. B. KEITH
fair for a fine exhibit, and
brought back several ribbons. In the
common parlance of" the day, "this is
just grand," for our school is oniy
two months old.
J. R. Rogers of Ocala was In til i 1
attending to ; m
x j business.
Edward B. Keith died at an early J Ray Hunt of Oeala, accompanied
hour yesterday morning in this city, ; by his mother, Mrs. Hunt, came out
aged sixty-three years. Mr. and Mrs. j Sunday to see friends near Lynne.
To the Wise!
There's a time for aU 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 cgx to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spenper-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION,
f he following schedule figures pub pub-ished
ished pub-ished f.s information and not guar guar-..lteed.
..lteed. guar-..lteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R, Rf
Leave for Station Arrive frow
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 .jn
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) Wilsox 6:45 Dm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pril
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Stevens and I
children and Oris Reichard attended
Keith had only been here about ten
days, coming from Los Angeleo, fal.,
to s pend the winter with their daugh-'the minstrel show in Ocala
ter, Mrs. Holtzel&w, Mr. Keith was night.
taken suddenly sick and only jiyed a j Prof. H. G. Shealy, county uperin uperin-few
few uperin-few days. Mrs. Keith will leave here j ter.dent of public instruction, was a
this afternoon for Los Angeles with j recent vmtot to the East Marion high
the remains and interment will bt j school.
made there. Mr. Keith leaves to
mourn his death his wife and daugh- j
ters, Mrs. Holsclaw of Ocala, Mrs. B. 1
H. Stephenson of Kirksville, Mo., and
Mrs. R. H. Wingo of Long Beach,
C- V. Roberts & Company, under undertakers,
takers, undertakers, were in charge of the arrangements.
Advertise in tha Evening Star.
Advertise in tbe Evening Star.
(p)Monday. Wednesday. Friday.
j)Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday,
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
Jacksonville-N'York l;-r5 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pu Jacksonville 4 05 pm
am St. Petersburg :34ajj4
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am 'i'inp 2:34 am
i-'5pm Tamia-Manatte l:3(pri
3:00 pm Taropa-St. Petreburg 4:05 pm
Advertise in the Evening Star.
BJitchton, Dee. 6. Our community
was well represented at our county
Thursday of the fair our people got
together at noon and enjoyed a picnic
Mr. Loonis Blitch returned to Ocala
Miss Nell Turner spent the week weekend
end weekend with Miss Burleson as Citra, Miss
Parrish went to her home in Ocala
and Miss Dodd visited her parents in
Mrs. Jania Hiers of Chester, S. C,
is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Dollie
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Blitch returned
to their home in Irvine Saturday,
after, a week's visit.
Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Burnette of
Williston, were dinner guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch.
Mr. J. J. Harris of Dunnellon was
a visitor last week.
Benjamin of the Ocala Star, must
be trying to create the impression
that he is "one o them dern lifrarv
-cusses." He filled the entire editorial Mack Taylor
page of his paper Thanksgiving day!? A; 0sborne 100
with blank verse. P-ivino- th iL- w- Duval 1.00
the custom of Thanksgiving, and mak- ?' L Brland 1-00 j
ing local and personal applications. It if" Ta r L0 i
? w very clever. Tampa Times. nson Wartmann 1.00
. Thanks, Friend Times; we thought l?
it was clever ourself, but were toolf1 "1 1,00
- modest to say so. !Mllby Lloyd 1-00
. : J Sam Martin 1.00
! Whit Palmer 1 00
fJi s rland RePrter-Star, under j Howard Walters 1.00
the head of "Read this and Quit," Joe Borden
prints the following extract, which in !Mr Cah " inn
wux upimuu id caicuiaiea to make the M. M Little
readers want to read more: "A lady ; Sam Pvles
- wi Btupenaous aimensions, stylishly A. E,
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners 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 contract
tor's pump and approximately ten
thousand feet of two-inch black iron
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids.
Board of County Commissioners,
of Marion County, Florida.
Plumbing & Electrical
Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully
Needbam Motor Co.
Four door that swing wide
open. Heater. Eight-day
clock. Thief-proof trans transmission
mission transmission lock. Cowl ventila ventilator.
tor. ventilator. Sid: coach lamp. Rain
visor and windshield cleaner.
Ins ids locks on three door
and outside lock on right right-hand
hand right-hand front door. Dome
light. Mohair civet plush
There Is No Substitute
When you buy a house you make sure that the foundation, the walls and
the roof are constructed for permanence. Buy a motor car in the same way.
The sturdy body of the Studebaker Light-Six Sedan is an admiraUe tx tx-arr.ple
arr.ple tx-arr.ple cf substantial body-buildir.g. It is constructed of the finest materials
and with a high degree of craftsmanship to give years of satisfactory service
no makeshift construction merely to meet a price.
Eight stout ash pillars, from floor to roof, insure permanent strength and
rigidity. The four wide-opening doors are a real convenience in getting in
and out. Broad windows provide clear vision in every direction.
Seats are cf generous proportions with deep springs to give lasting com comfort.
fort. comfort. The upholstery is of mohair velvet plush, as durable as it is attractive.
The heater will give warmth and comfort on cold days.
The Light-Six has proved its reliability on the highways of the world.
The ample power, quietness and remarkable flexibility of its motor are a
source of continuous satisfaction. It is easy to handle in traffic. Constant
gear shifting is unnecessary because it throttles down to a walking pace in
high gear. Vibration, which is so annoying in closed cars, is virtually
The low price is due to complete manufacture by Studebaker in one of the
most modern and complete automobile plants in the world. Middlemen's
profits are eliminated and the savings are passed on to the buyer.
The name Studebaker stands for comfort, quality and durability.
MODELS AND PRICES, o. b. factories
LIGHT-SIX SPECIAL-SIX BIO-SIX
S-P.,112'W.B. 5-Pm lirW.B. 7-Pmaa., 136' W. B.
40 H. P. SOH.P. iOH.P.
Touring $ 975 Touring $1275 Touring $1750
Roadster 3-P .) 975 Roadster (2 -Pass. ) 1250 Speedster (4 Pass ) 1835
Coupe-Roadster Roadster (4-Pass-) 1275 Coupe (4-Pasa.) 2400
(2 Pass ) 1225 Coupe (4-Paas ) U75 Coupe (5 Pass.) 2550
Sedaa 1 1550 Sedan 2050 Sedan 2750
NonSkSd Cord Tirea, Front nd Remt, StmndMrd Equipment
Ter ma to moot your convenience
McLEOD & WATERS
Fort King Ave. and Osceola St. OCALA, FLA, PHONE 170
THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922
If you have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO jeity today on their way to St. Peters-
; burg. They are old friends of Mr.
(Evening Star Dec. 7, 1902) and iIr3- E- Howard, who were
, , i present to meet them at the station.
L. E. Ciine. manager of the Ocala ,, , .,, .
resignation w,.,,! vtfn
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Eyers of Orange sires to return to Auburndale to look j ,f rh,-ri h r-1PT,P
I foundry, has tendered his
;to take effect January 1st, as he de-
Park, Jacksonville, who have been after his orange grove.
spending some time witn airs, uyerr j U1 ""-,:Mr. Brown over to Dr. Clifford 4wr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles, ; prietors of the Noble Newspaper;,, is said that Doc interds breaki
returned home yesterday afternoon. Union in DeLand, was in town this it to the saddle H and the othef
morning and made the Star a pleas- j Rremen now have a gmaU but fTo
We buy second-hand furniture. Ap- ant call. jcious dog They kep & heavy lock
ply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex- i The rain interfered with Surveyor ichain Qn him which wg
position street. tf j James Moorhead's work yesterday m jmake troubJe for them
! ouiiaing xne spur uiiv une oi me
Buttgenbach mines in Citrus county,
: so he ran up for an hour to say howdy
u ms lamny. j t?!!tIfTt!ttt'
Great Dane dog left in his care bv
PRAISES NEW TREATMENT
Was So Nervous and Dun-Down She
Couldn't Do Housework
TIIIED AND PROVED: As for
God, his way is perfect; the word of
the Lord is tried, he is a buckler to
ill that trust in him. 2 Sam. 22: 31.
Let us supply your groceries. Reas Reas-orable
orable Reas-orable prices and prompt delivery our
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
T. J, Phillips of Fellowship was inji
town today. Mr. Phillips is one of j
Our Christmas cards are now on Marion county s old veterans and we
display. Make your selections early. are glad to know that he has recover- ;
THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. ed sufficiently from his paralytic j
GERIG. 12-4-6t j stroke to be around. j
- i For the past few days inquiries
We can supply your wants in the jhave been made for Shep Scott. Those :
fresh meat, poultry and vegetable line seeking him are in sore need of his;
on short notice. Try us. Phone 108. i presence. The necessity arrives from j
Main Street Market. 1-tf the fact that he is chairman of the j
- ; board of public instruction and has to 1 1
Mr. W. L. Ditto is stepping high tu, j sign all warrants issued. About H
C. CECIL BRYANT
Ineome Tax Consultant H
Phone 481 Blue
Room 23, Holder Block
day. A dispatch from Huntington, j S5000 worth of warrants now await
W. Va., from his son, Holton i. Ditto, : his signature, mostly for teachers''
a resident of that city, informs him salaries. He was expected home yes yes-that
that yes-that he has a grandson, Billy Murchi- j to day but it is presumed that the wet
son Ditto, who weighs ten pounds and; weather ha? delayed his return.
arrived at the residence of his parents :
this morniug:. I
Please begin your shopping now at I
THE BOOK SHOP. We are ready to
serve you. If you der
miss something you can
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Dec. 7, 1912)
Mr. J. Mak'vr has commenced
I 1- i: "l
you may ; worn, on ni new resiuence on UKia
?. now. 2t waha avenue,
- At the recent meeting of the
WE SELL THE
WORLD'S GREATEST LEAVE ER
TK Economy BAKING POWDER
Call 471-Blue for the I at red oak
and pine strand wood. Four-foot
wood $3.50. E. Gibbons, North Os Osceola
ceola Osceola street. 16
Gardner's famous fruit cake, layer
eake, pound cake and raisin cake at
Main Street Market. Phnc 108. 10 -tf
The friends of Mrs. Charles Rhei Rhei-r.auer
r.auer Rhei-r.auer will regret to hear that she has
been sick for several days.
W. K. Lane, M. P physician and
Fellows Mr. Leon Fishei traveled the surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
well-beaten track from Jerusalem to throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent atora.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Scudder of
champagne, 111., passed through the
Advertise m the Evening Star.
j Jacksonville. Dec. Among the
i prominent people who are praising
i RECUMA, the new treatment intro intro-:
: intro-: duced here only a short time ago, is
the wife cf Mr. George A. Frank, who
Jis prominently identified with the firm
I of Edenfield & Brown, 18 West For For-jsyth
jsyth For-jsyth street.
! Mrs. Frank is well known, and her
'experience with RECUMA will be
read with unusual interest.
! "My wife suffered for months from
'extreme nervousness, headaches and
was easily excitable," said Mr. Frank.
i"Eut now, after taking just one bottle
of RECUMA her nerves are as steady
; a? anybody's and she has no more
signs of headaches,
j "Last Monday we went to a ball
;game for the first time in months and
; all the excitement didn't have the
:lev.st effect on her, when such a stren stren-I
I stren-I uous afternoon would have been
enough to put her to bed before she.
j began taking RECUMA.
, "We simply can't siy enough for
RECUMA, and if there is anyone else
iir. Florida suffering as Mrs. Frank
j was, we want them to know that RE RE-!
! RE-! CUMA will alwavs relieve them
! Local People Anxious
i Thirf statement will undoubtedly
: prove just what many people here
jhave been waiting for to satiafy them-
selves about RECUMA and the Anti Anti-j
j Anti-j Monopoly Drug Store will be glad to
l.vnlL t 1 1
jv.iiu tuc rccifcuu iui such quiCK
tion to be derived by using this new
t reatment Adv.
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
Our plant b equipped for giv giving
ing giving you real service on your car.
We employ none but expert
workmen, and you do not pay
for "breaking in" mechanics.
Let us clean up and overhaul
your car. You'll be surprised at
the low cost of service in our
Oil HIGHWAY GARAGE
Phone 258121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533
..8:00 A. II.
..11:45 A. II
..2:00 P. HI.
.-.6:00 P. M.
Ocala leaving point, Ocala House.
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenwood
C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala, Phone 527
If you want something pretty in a
black satin one-strap pump with a
rhine,stone button, see those made by
Utz & Dunn, price six dollars and a
half, at Little's Shoe Parlor. 2-tf
The weak and the strong enjoy eat eating
ing eating the best fresh meats obtainable.
That's the kind to be found at the
iMain Street Market. Phone 108. tf
Be generous with compliments, nig niggardly
gardly niggardly with complaints.
L. T. IZLAR 1
Stove wood, $2 per load. R.
Todd Lumber Company. 25-tf
The rnqie oar customer- .-ee of our
methods of handltn" '. meats, the
bftter we lik' f ; :yo o see us.
Main Street ii ; '. hono 103. tf
Miss Hannay Ellis of Savannah
arrived yesterday noon to spend the
Christmas holidays with relatives. It ;
has been some time since fp.s has been
in Ocala and he friends r.ve delighted
to have her with them again.
The Altar Guild of Grace church
will hold a cake and candy sale Sat Saturday
urday Saturday beginning at 10 o'clock in the
store room next to the Harrington
Hall hotel. 7-2t
a (SfPf r i
He sure and see our jnv nile Books.
THE SPECIALTY SLOP, A. E.
Machine knuUchin artistic j W (IMlQiiWO, !c AD 17 HI QT8f8 170 3 MdT fTfc crn
handicraft; forenoons. M-. Luella M. UrWiSVU? U fiVfiUiiU ID VI il,89 OiiiS M I JiU ? Dl&VW
(irimbly, YUl UKiawr::;r, ;.v,nue, ucuia. j j"
I you our splendid Holiday line.
Among the many Improvements on
icsiuciiiiai upci iicd ill vtaia ilulcu j
recently is the home of Sheriff S. C.
M. Thomas, which is now being re remodeled.
modeled. remodeled. Two large rooms are being
added and a large, roomy porch will
add much to the attractiveness and
comfort of the house.
You will find here charming Gifts and plenty of them to
The Gibson line of Holiday Boxes
in all sizes. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. GERIG. 12-4-6t
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
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
You cannot duplicate the goods or the prices
Madame Hendren Dolls can be ob obtained
tained obtained only at THE GIFT SHOP.
Some fine Mama Dolls, Crying Dolls
and Dolls that go to sleep while being
rocked at THE GIFT SHOP. 7-3t
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
Ocala Rebekah Lodge No. 63 will
meet tonight in the Odd Fellows hall
at 7:30. All members are requested
to be present. Regular meeting nights
are the first and third Thursday
nights in the month at 8 o'clock. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors are always welcome.
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck, N. G.
Mrs. Earl Gibbons, Secretary.
CUT PRICES ON ALL
Our Ready-to-Wear Merchandise, Clothing, Hats, Shoes.
This Lower Price Sale continues until January 1st.
Come in and ask to see our goods and get onr prices
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.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922
If you have any local or society
I items for the Star, phone five-one.
VICTORY NOTES AND 1918 WAR SAVING STAMPS
W7 ATTTIWf I TC1'
y vuejlj w it uj iii jj-j
I (Afternoon and Evening)
TODAY and TOMORROW
Mrs. W. M. Palmer returned home
this afternoon from Clearwater,
where she has been visiting relatives
"Uncle Wiggly" wants to see you at
THE GIFT SHOP.
Enjoy the luxury of wonderful days
and nights at sea, and use the Mer-' ""y
chants and Miners steamers from
Victory Notes, series "Av 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
This Bank will receipt for and make collections for above without charge
Jacksonville for the north.
Beautiful tissue paper for your
gifts, white and colored. THE SPE SPECIALTY
CIALTY SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. GERIG. 4-6t
The friends of Harry Costello, the
little son of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Cos Costello,
tello, Costello, will be glad to hear that he is
improving from his recent sickness.
Two new government dump carts
for sale. B. Goldman. 7-3t
3 BIG ACTS
Bender Tex and Cowboy Fiddler.
The most complete assortment of
seals, enclosure cards, tags and gift
dressings. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A E. GERIG. 12-4-6t
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
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Who Spins Ropes
and Monkey Show.
20 and 40 cents.
Today's Pictures: William S. Hart in 'Travelin' On".
Paramount Century Comedy.
(HATES under this heading are as
fol'ows: Maximum of six lines one time
t6c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable In
advance except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOR SALE One Ford light truck;
one Oakland "6." Terms if desired.
Autogenous Welding Co. 7-6t
WANTED One or two light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping rooms for three weeks' use.
Young married couple, no children.
Write or wire, giving terms, until
Saturday evening, Harry Cansdale,
Hotel Boyer, Eustis, Fla. 7-3t
Apply to Mrs. George Blitch
Joseph Bell. 2-6t
FOR RENT 33 acres free of stumps,
fenced, on hard road, at Agnew sta station.
tion. station. Apply at 310 N. Magnolia St
Mrs. L. Toffaletti. 12-7-6t
WANTED To buy a second hand
roll-top desk. Address with price,
Box 439, Ocala. 7-3t
FOR RENT Down stairs apartment,
four rooms and bath; modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Unfurnished apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Phone 450 or see Dr. W. K
FOR SALE Two lots in North Ocala,
fronting fifty feet on new Dixie
Highway. Terms if desired or will
take part in one-year-old hens or
fryers. Mrs. Edna Blair, Box 136,
Lemon City, Fla. 12-6-2t
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for
light housekeeping. Apply 102 S.
10th St., or phone 343. 6-6t
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.
$1.50 per week. Room with or
without board. Phone 543. Mrs.
Geo. F. Young, 512 E. 8th St., op opposite
posite opposite high school building. o-6t
FOR RENT Four room furnished
cottage at 708 North Magonlia St.
Apply at 704 North Magnolia
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1921 Buick
Six Touring. Terms if desired. Sec
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 Furnished apartment
electrically equipped; four rooms,
bath, screened porch, attractive,
modern, all conveniences. Season j
rental $50 per month. By year 40.
FOR SALE One good gentle mars,
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.Xarn. 23-tf
OR RENT Part of my farm, 40 to
70 acres, as good trucking land as
there is in the county. Standing
rent or share crop. Stock and tools
furnished. Free of stumps. Call on
or write T. O. Thrash, Ocala. 10-tf
READ THE: U I
Mr. B. A. Weathers and Mrs. Geo.
II. Ford arrived home yesterday from
Lakeland, where they spent the
Thanksgiving holidays the guests of
Mr. and rMs. Vernie Stevens and lit lit-tk
tk lit-tk daughter, Margaret.
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-Gt
Four hundred and four thousand,
eight hundred and eighty-three scouts
will be out Friday night. Will you be
one of them ? With a court of honor
consisting of Dr. J. E. Chace, W. M.
Palmer, W. C. Ray, C. G. Rose and W.
F. Preer, the scout organization in
Ocala has now been completed. j
Wednesday night the Legion voted i
the use of their club rooms to the j
Loys. and Friday night. Dec. 8th, at
8 o'clock, in the armory, the regular
weekly meetings of the scouts will be
resumed. This meeting, as well as
the one next week, are very important
events, and every scout is urged to j
bo present. You will have to come j
this Friday to get the key to next j
week's meeting. This will be explain explained
ed explained to you at that time. We are go going
ing going to take up an entirely new line of
work and if you yet started late, you
don't get started at all.
A. R. Cassil, S. M.
Florida Mo Supply Company
DAYTON TH OR OB RED
See the "Log Cabins" at THE GIFT
Mrs. Susan F. Sanders returned
heme Tuesday morning from Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, where she has been visiting
her sister and other relatives for the
past three months. She had a delight delightful
ful delightful time and her friends are giving
her a cordial welcome home.
"On the Square," west side. Oysters
and fish daily. Open all mghl tf
Poinsettia Grove No. 228 will meet
Thursday, Dec. 7th, at 7:30 p. m., in
the Odd Fellows hall. Annual election
of officers will be held. All members
are urged to attend. Refreshments
and a good time. Come.
Rylla B. Adams, Clerk.
Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 75O0 miles; Ccrds, 10,000
miles. Sc nike the adjustments.
Complete Line ot Auto Accessories
314-320 N. Min St.
Many new Toys and Games at THE
GIFT SHOP. 7-3t
The friends of Mrs. W. J. Frink
will be interested to hear that she and
her little daughter will spend Christ-
j mas with Mrs. Frink's father, Mr. D.
E. Mclver, in Ocala.
Mr. L. M. Jones Jr., of Milledge Milledge-ville,
ville, Milledge-ville, Ga., who arrived in Ocala Fri Friday
day Friday with a party of friends and since
that time has been on a hunt in Gulf
Hammock, left last night for home,
TO WHOM THIS MAY
Be it know that I, William Schmid,
and my wife, Minnie Schmid have sep separated.
arated. separated. I will pay no bills contracted
having been called there on account of j ner
the critical illnes sof his father, Dr.
L. M. Jones. It has taken friends
about two days to locate the hunting
The regular meeting of the Eastern
party in the hammock and it is hoped sewing circle was neid at tne
that by the time he reaches home he ; the home of Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe on
will find his father improved. j Pine street. There was a large at-
j tendance of members. Quite a lot of
Playthings "Worth While" at THE work was accomplished and a good
GIFT SHOP. 7-3t I time in general was had. Mrs. Weihe
j invited besides the circle members
Mrs. May Shuey, Mrs. Robert Blake
and her guests, Mrs. Effinger, Mrs. i
Mont and Mrs. Dinkins of West Palm :
Last night at 11:30 the engineer at j
the light plant saw a glare to the west
of him and sent in the alarm by blow- j
ing the plant whistle. In a few min- :
utes the department was on the job
but the fire was already in full blast. ;
A little negro shanty on South Main
street was too far gone to save and
in addition, three other fires broke
out in the vicinity. The negro church
nearby caught in several places on the
roof and the hose was used on it. A
negro house in the same block caught
from a spark and another house sev several
eral several blocks away had to be visited.
The firemen had some strenuous work,
and it was several hours before ev everything
erything everything was safe.
Beach. Mrs. Weihe assisted by Mrs.
K-.r! Weihe end Mrs. F. W. Cook i
served ice cream, wafers, mints and
nuts. All expressed themselves as
having spent a delightful afternoon.
U. D. C. NOTICE
Satisfies the sweet tooth
and aids appetite and digestion
Cleanses mouth and teeth
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.
Combines pleasure and
Don't miss the joy of the
new tetdklxY'S P-X the sugar
coated peppermint tid bit!
Dickison Chapter U. D. C. will hold
its regular meeting tomorrow (Fri (Friday)
day) (Friday) afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Nna Whiteside on Est Faourth street,
at 3 o'clock. Mrs. R. B. Bullock,
We have the Christmas
Cards that you rre looking for.
Come in and get them. We do
open; walk in
nrt stand on
doors are wide
and make yourself at home.
Yo;i will find tags, seals,
tue:-in. card for Mother.
Dad rnd the whole family,
curds fur your friends humor humorous,
ous, humorous, witty and conventional,
card? from r cents to $1.00, in
fart, anything your heart de desire?
sire? desire? in a Christmas Greeting
Hurry ip and call whi'e
our assortment is complete; we
want you to be pleased.
A complete line
Goods at THE C!UUeU$
BOOK SHOP. 7-3t
At the meeting of the T. A. G.
Club Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Miss Cornelia Dozier, the members
of this club made arrangements for
holding a baby show. Infants to the
age of four years will be received, the
entry fee to be a small amount. There f
will be prizes given to the prettiest 8
babies in each class. This novel show
bids fair to be a big succes-. It will
be held at the Ocala House Saturday,
Dec. 16th, beginning at 3 o'c'ock. The
judges will be from out of town, so
persons need not feel that partiality
has been shown. For further infor information
mation information phone Miss Sara Dehon. Mis?
Loureen Spencer or Miss Cornelia
wonderful lines of
all suitable for
"rappeT' ' iPlk C29 r
THE BOOK SHOP
Keep Painted Woodwork CLEAN
Advertise in the Weekly Star.
NOTICE, KING'S DAUGHTERS
The Eire's Daughters will hold
their regular monthly meeting Thurs- PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. BUILDER
! W. W. Clyatt on East Fort King ave avenue
nue avenue at three o'clock. It is hoped that Careful estimates made on all con con-:
: con-: there will be a full attendance as spe- tract work. Gives more and better
i cial business will come before this work for the money than any other
i meeting. i contractor in the city.
y III I 11 I I 1 1 U
Clean wooden floors, linoleum,
tile, marble, concrete, with
Makes all house-
Eaock Mortu Soft Co.
RewTfc, U.S. A.
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
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