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WEATHER FORECAST Mostly cloudy weather with local rains tonight and Tuesday; warmer in extreme north portion Tuesday.
TEMPERATURES This Morning, 62; This Afternoon, 70.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 7:15; Sets, 5:24
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. No. 295
ARMY SEEKS ITS AGREEMENT IS
LOST AVIATORS YET AFAR OFF
BilTAIIi HAT NEED
IN OUR STATE
Many Airplanes Scanning the Arid
Southwest and Permission Asked
To Extend the Search
El Paso, Dec. 11. (By Associated
Press). Every aircraft unit at the
command of the United States air
service along the 1500-mile border has
now been assigned a definite part in
combing the territory between Fort
Huchuca and the Pacific coast in the
search for Colonel Francis Marshall
and Lieut. Charles Webber, the two
aviators lost since last Thursday. The
search shifted to south Arizona this
morning on two reports that the
missing men had been seen in that
ASKING A FAVOR OF MEXICO
Tucson, Dec. 11. A request has
been made of the Mexican govern government
ment government for permission for American
airplanes to cross the border in the
search for the missing army fliers.
As soon as permission is received a
squadron plans to start south.
Secretary Wallace of the United
States Department of Agriculture
says that county and home demon demonstration
stration demonstration agents are teachers.
The work these agents do is educa educational,
tional, educational, the secretary has declared,
therefore, they who do the work must
be teachers. Not teachers in the same
sense as the person who meets chil children
dren children or young people in the class
room and holds recitations, but teach teachers
ers teachers just the same.
Their class rooms are the fields and
pastures and gardens and groves and
homes and community halls of their
counties. Their text books are the ex experience
perience experience sand findings of generations
of scientists and practical farmers
and home builders. Their work is not
limited to any particular grade or
grades, class or classes. The subjects
they teach are as varied as the needs
and wants of a thousand different
farmers are varied.
Quoting Secretary Wallace: "Ex
tension work is educational. The
workers are public characters. Their
work covers the entire rural field,
which includes economic production,
economic marketing and the develop
ment of better home, community and
Every person within a county has
the right to call upon extension
agents a county or home demon
stration agent for assistance in his
or her agricultural home work. These
agents chosen particularly for their
special qualifications are the ser
vants of all the people, and it is their
will to serve the people, just as a real
teacher is known to love to minister
t the needs and wishes of his or her
AT THE BOOK SHOP
When making out your Christmas
shopping list, why not give a pretty
piece of cut glass to the person who
seems to have everything The Book
Shop has just received a shipment of
cut glass with a number of pieces
done in a lovely spider web design
And there are a number of other
beautiful cuts and designs from which
one might select a very useful and
China is also a much appreciated
present. In this line at the Book
Shop there are odd pieces for genera
arid special use. Then there are choc
olate and coffee sets, fruit sets, break
fast sets and regular dinner sets. To
the dinner set line have been added
three open pattern sets, and besides
the regular pieces there are odd pieces
ill th same designs. One of the pret
tiest of these is a set of Japanese im
portation, in creamy yellow, decorat
ed with little garlands of delicate pink
roses. And don't forget to look at
the teapots while in this shop. They
are showing a wide selection and
there are twenty different styles. 2t
A new gold strike has been made
on Hills Barr Creek, in the Hope Dis District,
trict, District, British Columbia, consisting of
three quartz vein outcroppings in the,
varying in width from four to fifteen
feet and for more than a mile show showing
ing showing free gold with a little chalcopy chalcopy-rite.
rite. chalcopy-rite. Samples run as high as $1,300
a ton, the average values for the three
outcroppings run close to $25 a ton in
The modern racing airplane of to-
day moves faster than did the cannon ;
ball used in the civil war. The can- j
non ball of that time averaged but S
200 feet a second and the airplane;
does 360 feet a second.
The Simplex electric iron guaran guaran-ted
ted guaran-ted for life. Special price during the
holidays. H. S. MinshalL U-6t
Qustion of Who Will Control The
Dardanelles Not Likely To Be
Settled Before Christmas
Lausanne, Dec. 11. (By Associated
ress). The question of how control
f the straits of the Dardanelles will
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bo administered, wnetner inrougn
somebody under the League of Na Nations
tions Nations or under a sole international
unit wholly separate from the league,
s being asked by members of the
Near East conference delegations
which have no representatives among
the military and naval experts now
discussing the straits problem inform informally
ally informally with the Turks. It now seems
unlikely there will be any cessation
of the discussions for longer than
Christmas day, unless there is a pos-
ible sign of some sort of tentative
agreement before that time.
EDUCATION A L ASSOCIATION
'rogram of the Meeting at Fellow
ship Next Saturday, Dec. 16
Motto, "The best possible education
for every child in Marion County."
10 a. m. Community singing, led
Dy Mr. ti. ri. .Miller, fort Jicuoy.
10:15 a. m. Community program,
directed by Miss Josie Parrish, Fel-
10:30 a. ni. Business session.
11:00 a. m. Address by Professor
Riley, University of Florida.
12:00 m. Dinner and social hour.
1:20 p. m. Talk, "The Relation of
the Marion County Educational Asso Association
ciation Association to the Marion Countv Fair
Association" Sunt. H. G. Shealy.
2:00 p. m. Talk, "Suggestions for
Educational Exhibits at County
Fairs" Frank B. Lindsay, Anthony.
2:30 p. m. Informal discussion of
problems relative to fair exhibits.
3:00 p. m. Basketball game.
The meeting will begin promptly at
ten o'clock. Everybody try to be on
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF
1918 WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Editor Star: Those who are hold
ing war savings stamps of the series
of 1918, which fall due Jan. 1st, 1923,
will please bring them to the postof-
fice by next Saturday, Dec. 16th, to
bo sent to the branch reserve bank
for the cash. Any bank will cheer
fully send those not registered. Those
that are registered at this office will
have to come back through this office
to be cashed. We are short of help
at the postoffice and therefore can not
possibly keep up with the usual
Christmas rush and attend to the
cashing and records of the war sav
ings stamps during Christmas week
Please heed this notice, get good serv service
ice service and help us. R. F. Rogers,
Dec. 11, 1922. Postmaster.
TAFT IS WILLING
TO BE A WITNESS
Washington, Dec. 11 Chief Justice
W. H. Taft informed Chairman Vol Volstead
stead Volstead of the House judiciary commit committee
tee committee today, he would appear before it
at the hearing of the Keller impeach impeachment
ment impeachment charges against Attorney Gen General
eral General Daugherty if the committee
should see fit to call him.
WOOD FOR SALE
About 200 strands 18-inch red oak
stove wood, now put up on Silver
Springs road two miles from Ocala.
For sale as a whole. Address P. H.
Nugent, Ocala, Fla. 12-ll-6t
Approximately $1,000,000 has been
spent by the United States Govern Government
ment Government during the last year in devel developing
oping developing poisonous gases for military
The vicar of St. Keverne, in Corn Cornwall,
wall, Cornwall, England, found a vestment
chest of Spanish workmanship, 300
or 400 years old. in a load of firewood
delivered to him.
New "dead lines" including both
Wall Street and Maiden Lane, com comprising
prising comprising the financial and jewelry cent centers,
ers, centers, have been laid down for the pro protection
tection protection of merchants, and shoppers in
New York City. Men with criminal
records will be arrested on sight if
found in the uptown area running two
and a half miles from Ninth street,
and spreading out to include Fifth
Avenus and Broadway. Lexington
and Sixth avenues, thus taking in the
department stores, hotel and theatre
district, regarded as the richest field
for enterprising criminals.
Twenty-five thousand dollars was
paid for a first folio of Shakespeare j
in. London recently. A T rare first edi-I
tion of Gray's "Elegy" brought $3000.
Determinedly Sets Her Force Against
The Only Method of Collecting
The Teuton Debt
London, Dec. 11. (By Associated
Press). Adjournment of the pre premiers'
miers' premiers' conference tonight for eight
days, in order to avert an open rup rupture
ture rupture between England and France
over the question of German repara reparations,
tions, reparations, has been virtually decided upon
it was learned this morning. Th
British cabinet rejected measures of
force for the Ruhr district upon
which Premier Poincare of France in insisted.
sisted. insisted. Premier Bonar Law told Pre Premier
mier Premier Poincare that British public
opinion was overwhelmingly opposed
to any military measures against the
ADJOURNED TILL JAN. 2ND
London, Dec. 11. (By Associated
Press). The conference of Allied
premiers called to arrange a basis for
Allied finances and reparations has
broken down, it was announced at six
o'clock this evenine. The premiers
have taken an adjournment until Jan
The girls basketball team of the O.
H. S. opened their season in Sanford
Saturday night and easily defeated
the girls of that city by a score of 36
to 5. The Wildcats were in fine form
and played a good game. All indica indications
tions indications are that they will be among the
first in the state this year and if they
are able to work their way to the
tournament in DeLand next spring
Ocala hopes to bring home the bacon.
They made the trip to Sanford Sat
urday morning in cars. After the game
they had a social time with the San
ford girls and spent the night in the
Celery City, returning home Sunday.
Mr. Maurice Craig Pearce and Miss
Rose Elizabeth Williams were united
in marriage Saturday afternoon about
three o'clock at Grace Episcopal
church, Rev. J. J. Neighbour perform performing
ing performing the ceremony. The only witnesses
were Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Bigelow
of Dunnellon, uncle and aunt of the
bride. Both parties were from Jack
sonville and immediately after the
ceremony the couple left for their
home in that city.
American banks are after the issue
of bonds which Belgium is putting out
for public works in the Congo. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen or twenty millons of dollars are
being raised for this purpose.
"Anything To Wear" Motto of Russian Boys
Who Face Death from Lack of Clothes
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"Anything to wear" will be the
motto of these three Russian boys
during the coming winter months.
Their condition is typical of that of
millions of little Russian children,
most of whom have come through
the summer without shoes and sel seldom
dom seldom with more than two garments.
And they face the prospect, ac according
cording according to reports which field work workers
ers workers of the American Relief Admin Administration
istration Administration have made to Herbert
Hoover, head of the organization
of being unable to go out doors to
the A. R. A. kitchens which have
fed them warm meals for a year
or more. As fuel is almost impos impossible
sible impossible to get, most of the homes will
be heatless. adding to the peril the
children face, say the reports, for
if they try to go out in this scanty
clothing they will be exposed to ill illness
ness illness and de&th from the elements.
If. Jftjr 1
Intends to Begin Building the Two
Great Fighters Allowed By The
London, Dec. 11. (By Associated
Press). Prime Minister Bonar Law Law-announced
announced Law-announced in the house of commons
today that the government has decid decided
ed decided to begin construction on the two
battleships allowed under the Wash Washington
ington Washington naval treaty.
Editor Star: As a matter of jus justice
tice justice to all interests and parties con concerned,
cerned, concerned, nameiy, Ocala and the balance
of Marion county, I am very much in
favor of Ocala by tomorrow's vote re retaining
taining retaining our panhandle or shoestring
territory to Silver Springs. If there
is any direct benefit to our locality by
tourists visiting Silver Springs, then
Ocala gets the cream just in the
same way as our tourist camp grounds
are supposed to do.
Outside of financial benefits to
Ocala the people of Ocala enjoy and
et more of the social benefits and
pleasures of Silver Springs than all
the balance of Marion county. And
again, wherever you go you will hear
Silver Springs spoken of in connection
with Ocala and not Marion county. If
we the Ocala people are by long odds
the largest beneficiaries of this Silver
Springs annex, why should we not
maintain the road that is used mostly
This road expense is practically all
the expense that is gone to by the
city in holding on to this territory.
This road has not been kept in best
condition since it was annexed and
if it goes back to the county it will
soon be in bad shape. The county
now has more demands for its road
funds on roads requiring attention
from the business point of view, than
it can meet. So this pleasure boule boulevard
vard boulevard is not likely to get any special
attention from the county.
If this road is in bad condition dur during
ing during the boat and tourist season, Ocala
and not Marion county will certainly
get a black eye. If we let go our hold
upon whatever claim we as a city may
have upon Silver Springs, we will
never get it back again.
You know a short time ago our
state railroad commission refused to
let the S. A. L. railroad cancel its
station at Silver Springs.
Thus you see, assuring us of some
point on the springs proper that we
might have to use sometime in the
future. Ocala needs Silver Springs.
E. L. Carney.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
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The Russian winter is as severe as
that of the northernmost United
States and Canada, and this has
made the problem 'doubly pressing,
for the Russian markets have little
clothing available, and the supply
that is for sale is held at prices far
above the reach of the average
workinginan. Overcoats cost more
than a year's salary. Some of the
organizations allied with the Amer American
ican American Relief Administration have
sent clothing for distribution in
Russia, but these contributions, big
as they are. have been "only a drop
in the bucket".
To overcome these conditions, the
American Relief Administration has
initiated a Clothing Remittance
system operating in every way like
the now famous Hoover Food Re Remittance,
mittance, Remittance, The Clothing Remittance
costs 420. aad each clothing pack
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Immense Number of Transient Work Workmen
men Workmen Makes Harvesting Crops and
Road Building Easy
Washington, Dec. 11. (Associated
Press). Employment conditions in
Florida during November generally
were very good, according to the de department
partment department of labor's industrial survey.
The swarming of transient workers
into the state is resulting in a surplus
of labor, the survey reports, but em employment
ployment employment to handle the citrus crop and
early vegetables will relieve the sit sit-nation.
nation. sit-nation. Lumber and crate mills are
reported working full time while road
building activities are absorbing all
CONFER IN CLEVELAND
Cleveland, Dec. 11. (Associated
Press). A two-day conference for
progressive political action opened
here today with representatives of
labor, farm labor and the national
non-parisan league groups of pro progressives
gressives progressives and socialists in attendance
to map out a policy for present and
future political action. Most of the
opening session was devoted to read reading
ing reading reports, rppointment of commit committees
tees committees and the "n'ial address of Will William
iam William Johnst" "nternational president
of the macb;-;sts union and president
of the conference.
OVERSTREETS ON TRIAL
AT DADE CITY
Dade City, Dec. 11. Paul and Pres Preston
ton Preston Overstreet, two of the family of
six men indicted for the murder of
A. F. Crenshaw and J. V. Waters,
deputy sheriff and prohibition agent,
are on trial in circuit court here.
Seventy veniremen and a score of
witnesses have been called for the
trial. The other defendants will be
A photograph, 90 feet long and 10
feet high, has been completed by the
curator of the Chicago Academy of
Sciences, in Lincoln Park, Chicago.
It is one of the four immense panora panorama
ma panorama photographs showing the Lake
Michigan shore at Miller Beach, near
Gary, Indiana, the famous Indiana
sand dunes, the Great Calumet river
and the swamps stretching around the
southern environs of Chicago. A pict picture
ure picture of this size can be produced for
less than S100 and tinting in trans transparent
parent transparent oils costs but small amount
additional, as compared with the
thousands of dollars an oil painting
age contains baiiicient material lor
a suit or dress and four suits of
underwear for man or woman or
two children. The items include
4 2-3 yards of 56-inch 20-ounce
dark blue wool cloth; 4 yards of 36
inch blaok cotton lining: 8 yards of
27-inch flannel; 16 yards of un unbleached
bleached unbleached muslin; and buttons and
thread to make up the garments.
When the money is received at
A. R. A. headquarters, 42 Broadway,
New York, delivery of package
purchased without designated con consignees
signees consignees will be distributed among
the most needy cases, many of
which are beyond description.
Delivery of clothing package is
undertaken to any given address In
Russia. The sender receives a dir direct
ect direct receipt from the Russian who
gets tb ctothlag.
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Moonshiners of Kentucky Are Thieves
And Traitors as Well As
Mount Sterling, Ky., Dec. 11. (By
the Associated Press). Repulsed in a
sortie yesterday with the death of
additional members of their band,
federal officers and sheriffs' deputies
waging war on Menifee county moon
shiners to avenge the death of Agent
Duff slain Saturday, have temporarily
suspended their siege of the mountain
stronghold of the Ballard gang. With
the death of David Treadway in yes
terday's attack the score is entirely
in favor of the mountaineers.
WILL HEAR CLEMENCEAU
Chicago, Dec. 11. (By Associated
Press). Delegates to the American
Farm Bureau Federation convention
here today expected to hear Georges
Ciemenceau take a tack different from
that followed in his speeches on his
American tour. The "Tiger" has for
his subject th farmer as a wohld citi citizen
zen citizen and he would, it was announced,
deal mainly with foreign markets.
Representatives of agricultural or organizations
ganizations organizations from all parts of the
country are here to meet the "Tiger."
HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT
FOR MONTH OF NOVEMBER
Dairies inspected and milk examin
eo as follows:
Gray,, inspection, 82 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 3.0 per cent; bacteria, 80,100.
Goodyear, inspection, 78 per cent;
butter fat, 4.5 per cent; bacteria.
Poppe, inspection, 70 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 4.0 per cent; batceria, 41,500.
Close, inspection, 88 per ecnt; but butter
ter butter fat, 3.8 per cent; batceria, 11,600.
Thrash, inspection 70 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 4 per cent; bacteria, 168,400,
Painter, inspection, 88 per cent;
butter fat, 4.5 per cent; batceria,
Wilson, butter fat, 4.7 per cent.
Henderson, butter fat, 6 per cent.
McAteer, inspection, 63 per cent;
butter fat, 4.7 per cent.
Camp, inspection, 90 per cent.
Roberson, inspection, 67 per cent.
Warner, inspection, 82 per cent.
Markets and bakeries inspected and
scored as follows: Pasteur & Brown,
Cash and Carry, Mordis, Heintz, Sa-
waya, Magnolia, Dawkms, Ocala
Cash, Broadway, Lowe, Sarasota,
Broadway Bakery, City Fish, Main
Street, Cook, Federal, Eagle, good;
Greer, Golman, fair.
Trout from Switzerland have been
planted in the ice cold waters of the
rivers around Mount Kenya, British
East Africa, on the equator. The fish
have grown to enormous size and
thousands of trout ova are being plac
ed in the hatcheries for planting in
the many streams in that section
which lies east of Lake Victoria Ny Ny-anza.
anza. Ny-anza. A pilotless army airplane has made
successful flights of more than 90
miles with only an automatic control
device steering it. Experiments show
it to be possible to shoot bomb-laden
planes, without pilots at targets
either on or off the ground with sur surprising
prising surprising accuracy.
Three beautiful lakes, covering
several acres have been discovered in
Southern Colorado in the land of sand
dunes. A forest ranger of the San
Isabel National Forest found buried
cairns, stone bowls, carved pedestels
and arrowheads in profusion on the
lake shores, proving that at one time
Indians inhabited the region. The
lakes are situated among the sand
dunes within an area of eighty miles
of loose sand and are very difficult
Every pint of brandy a steady
drinker takes shortens his life by 11
hours, and the average drink he con consumes
sumes consumes curtails his earthly sojourn by
25 minutes, according to statistics
compiled by scientists of Denmark.
The Roscoe Arbuckle films have
been permanently scrapped. The Para Paramount
mount Paramount management decided it would
be unprofitable to release the films.
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH
Oca'.a Rebekah Lodge No. 63 meets
at the Odd Fellows hall every first
I and tlrrd Thursday evenings each
tmon.h at 8 o'clock. A cordial welcome
to visiting sisters and brothers.
Mr3. M. A. Ten Eyck, N. G.
Mrs. Earl Gibbons, Secretary.
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
Woman's Club Announces That It Will
At Once Plant the Seed For One
Of Those Gladsome Growth
Mrs. L. W. DuvaL president of the
Woman's Club, informed the Star this
morning that the beneficient organiza
tion of which she is the head will at
once commence work on a community
tree, and expects to have it fully
grown and its boughs laden with fruit
This announcement will bring joy
not only to the kiddies but the older
folk, most of whom have been hoping
for a tree this year as good, or better
if possible, than the one we had last
MADE A RAID AT MIAMI
Miami, Dec. 11. Dick Pinder and
L. J. Copeland, owners of house boats
anchored in the bay, were bound over
in the county criminal court this
morning as the result of a combined
liquor and gambling raid last night
by members of the Miami Christian
council in conjunction with police of officials.
ficials. officials. ODD FELLOWS, ATTENTION
You are cordially invited to meet
with Tulula Lodge tomorrow eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 o'clock. We have a class
of ten for the first degree. Come and
help make it interesting and then we
will have eats. We are counting on
you to help fill up the lodge room.
J. Malever, N. G.
H. G. Shealy, Secretary.
ITS REPORTED THAT MB.
OLDS HAS SOLD OUT
Tampa, Dec. 11. A report from
Lansing, Mich., announces that Ran Ransom
som Ransom E. Olds, owner and developer of
Oldsmar, fifteen miles west of here,
has traded his Oldsmar holdings to
the Cornwell Real Estate Company of
St. Louis, for a new hotel at Kansas
City. t .-.
MRS. BRUNEN AND BROTHER
HARRY ARE ON TRIAL
Mount Joy, N. J., Deci lLMrs.
Doris Brunen and brother, Harry
Mohr, are on trial today before Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Justice Kansch on
charges of killing Mrs. Brunen's hus
band, the circus owner. .Brunen was
shot March 10th last, as he sat by a
window in his home at Riverside
reading a newspaper. Both 'defend 'defendants
ants 'defendants who were arrested two. months
later repeatedly protested their inno
PLANT CITY BURGLARS
CARRIED OFF FIREARMS
Plant City, Dec. ll.Burglars who
broke glass in the door wells of a
handware concern here last night,
stole nine shotguns and rifles from
stock. The store of Causey & Com Company,
pany, Company, across the street, was entered
in the same manner but no stock is
Prineville, Oregon, owns a broad broad-gauge
gauge broad-gauge railway of W miles long. It
connects with the Oregon-Washington
Railroad and Navigation company
and Oregon Truck Railway at Prine Prineville
ville Prineville Junction. It is operated by a
gasoline motor and is capable of haul hauling
ing hauling 10 carloads of cattle in regular -standard
stock cars. It serves the
rich cattle country along Crooker
river and the headwaters of Deschutes
and pays. '
The National Council of Catholic
Women has announced its determina determination
tion determination to fight the proposel legislation
stablishing complete legal equality
between men an dwomen, which is
sponsored by the National Woman's
party. Their opposition i based on
the belief that is would endanger the
present rights and privileges enjoyed
by married women, the laws for the
protection of women in industry, the
wife's legal claim to support from
her husband and that it threatens the
stability of the home.
Rather than miss a football game
at Coaldale, Pennsylvania, 10.00 per persons
sons persons remained in their seats and re refused
fused refused to desert the game to fight a
fire which destroyed a house on the
outskirts of the town. Appeals were
made for firemen to respond, but
not one moved. Coaldale tied Shen Shenandoah.
andoah. Shenandoah. 6 and 6."
A total of 1,007 newspapers were
in operation in Canada in 1920. The
language of publication is stated as
English for 912 papers, French for
66 papers, German for 5 and 24 news newspapers
papers newspapers representing 12 foreign langu
ages, y V -.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1922
Ocala Evening St
PablUfced Kverr Bmy Exeept Sudir by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
H. J. utttlcvr, FreMt -IL
I. Letvracood. Vlce-Preldet
J. II- BcBjaoalB. Editor
hearted lawyer, who said his name was
cash, cheerfully separated himself
from two dollar bills. By this time
we had performed the impossible we
had circled the square. We were
standing on a corner thereof when
along came Mrs. Ford Rogers, one of
the kindest women, in her sedan,
driven by that clever boy, Anthor
O'Neal. They gave us a dollar apiece;
also Mrs. Rogers gave us another
which she had been commissioned to
INTENDED TO AVOID
(Continued from Saturday)
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Entered at Ocjila Pk.. IMJStoffiee asll-onH mr Kv that cteH- unH faitVifn!
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young man, r rantv v,iiure:mi.
TELEPHO.XES t tu:a tv0
Kdltoriai DpVrtmit .'. Tno-Serra keep our money when we have any
Hcportt iriTe-we had swelled up until it looked like we
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS . fe A, ,
The Awoniafd Press i. exclusively on our nmuieg, so we nusuea to uie
entitled for th us for republication ot I n n. anH swannpr! thft flollar hills for
TlS&S- We were so agitated that
also the local news .published herein. Brother T. M. Moore might have short-
i ignis or rrpuBlicauuii xpciai
dispatches herein are also reserved.
DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year, tn advance $6 00
fcix months. In advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50
yjne month, in advanc ou
changed us, but, so far as we know, he
In the restaurant that night, while
we cnewed our scanty tare, m came
E. C. Beuchler, the modern farmer,
his good-looking better half and Miss I
Anne Benton Fuller.
Frizzles: First cockerel, first pul-j;'j:
let, Gardner Poultry Farm. J
B. V. Red Games: First cock, C. L.
Angel; second cockerel, J. W. Smith.!:.':
Warhorse Games: second pen, W. ifjfj
Brown Red Games: First cock, C.
AnvpnTicivn ft atfis
I 4- o nnsf Tiro lill'wl
DUpl-r. Plate 15 cents per Inch fori"" H"
consecutive insertions. Alternate InsBr
tlons 25 Dfr rout, additional. Compos!
tlon charges on ads. that run less than
leg. It was elastic.
Sunday was a day off, except when
Po'itVIs'perentdiKkL "ESS somebody climbed on the band wagon.
lased on four-inch minimum. Less than Mr. J. B. Peck, the commission man,
fw .r Jnches will take a higher rate. -tonnprf f rnnt nf tv, rw
which will be furnished upon applica- stopped us in iront oi tne ucaia
tl."- House and contributed. A gentleman
ItradlBK tlci Tire cents per line v.-ji- r- u a
for first insertion; three cents per line who said his cognomen was Cash, but
ior each subsequent insertion, one was introduced to us some vear
-iiaiie a weeK aiiowea on resiuero
without extra composition charges,
Tgal advertlseemnts at legal rates
O, SEE HOW THE
by a somewhat longer name, stopped
his car at Carroll Fraser's filling sta
tion to hand us one of them things
that will always buy a dollar's worth
of postage stamps. Mr. Roy Ott
halted on his way from the postoffice
Do you remember that old song, so to pull a very pretty picture of the
popular forty years' ago? If you don't, daddy of his country out of a pocket
do not try to remember any more of one of the best fitting pairs of pants
than is in the foregoing headline. It in Ocala and pass it over. Mr. J. W.
ir not a Sunday school song, but we Akin is a steady friend of the school,
thought of it after a sprint around the and two half dollars tinkled music-
square Saturday afternoon. ally as they passed from his hand to
Saturday was a good day anyhow. ours- Jonn Thomson said business
Even before breakfast we raided the was auii naa less tnan nan a dozen
Marion Hardware Company, where nouses to Duua, nut couldn't deny us,
Messrs. G. D. Pasteur. W. P. and J. R. so one of hls hard-earned dollars
Preer handed out the dollars as fast changed hands. Bob Adams has been
a? we could take them. Hardware and looking at us kind of sad the last three
hard hearts seldom go together. While days he always comes in on a good
we scrambled with our eggs at the cause ana ougnt we naa xorgotten
Harrington Cafe, Carlisle Izlar, who nim so we started ior mm ana ne
sat next to us' neeled a bill off his roll pulled the dollar from his vestpocket
and said he guessed" we lenew what it where h had been waiting for us for
was for. We did. In the courthouse, four days' and we were both haPPy haPPy-we
we haPPy-we met our always generous friend, Friends, the funds are stacking up.
Don Mclver, who extracted a picture we nave eigmy-seven aouars ana .js
of an 100 per cent American (G. more WU1 Put us over tne t0P- i1"
Washington), from his wallet, and lowinS 13 the llst:
told us the Girls Industrial School al- The list to date:
ways had a place right next to his Mrs. Edna Ayer Wright ? 2.00
heart. Just outside the courthouse we Cash 1.00
met two citizens, 'who from what we Cash 1.00
know of them we think were trying J- W. Sylvester 1.00
to each get the better of the other in Dr. H. W. Henry 1.00
some sort of a trade-, and they igive us J- H. Benjamin 5.00
a dollar bill apiece to say nothing. We Mack Taylor 1.00
are keeping our word. Along about E. A. Osborne 1.00
noon, the always cheerful Clarence L. W. Duval 1.00
Camp came" climbing up the dark L. Borland 1.00
stairs and into our gloomy sanctum, John Taylor 1.00
which he irradiated with a smile and Alison Wartmann 1.00
two dollar bills. Returning from our Cash 1.00
frugal luncheon, we were overhauled Cash 1.00
by W. W. Condon, who ran us down in Mdby Lloyd 1.00
order to transfer a bright, new green- Sam Martin 1.00
back from his hand to our opeket. In whit Palmer 1.00
our postoffice box we found an en- Howard Walters 1.00
velope containing a dollar bill, but Joe Borden 1.00
without a speck of writing- to tell Mr. Cash 1.00
from whom it was. It must have come M. M. Little 1.00
from a Summerfield friend, the en- Sam Pyles 1.00
velope bore the postmark of that town. A E. Gerig 1.00
And just as we were watching "Cap." Another Mr. Cash 1.00
McCants lift the last1 page "of Satur- Will Taylor 1.00
day's paper from the imposing stone, Miss Cash 1.00
in came Rev. J. J. Neighbour, with a A Friend 2.00
bright smile and a brand new dollar W. W. Stripling 1.00
bill. He had just married a young C. S. Cullen 1.00
couple and brought us a generous per JW. K. Zewadski 3.00
cent of his fee. Gosh,' young folks. C. E. Kiplmger 1.00
Wish a lot of you would get married A. C. Blowers 1.00
this week. You are losing a lot of Dr. F. E. McClane 1.00
joy putting it off. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Rose 2.00
It was with no intention of making nnstian Ax 100
a collection tnat we sirouea upstreet
sborW hpfore dark Saturdav. The a- Bennett 1.50
accumulated laziness of a week bow- ar Ray
The President's and Secretary's
Committee has prepared the following
list of regular and annual meetings
ar.d of special occasions which has
been furnished to the organizations
composing its membership. The list
is designed to help avoid conflicting
dates. The committee will appreciate
it if any other organizations in the
city and county will furnish the dates
of their regular and annual meetings
and of any particular entertainments, L. Angel.
conventions, etc. In this way it is Kentucky Blues: First pen, first
believed that so far as possible the and second pullet, first pen, W. E.
dates for special entertainments at Clark
least can be arranged so as to avoid Ohio Grays: First pullet, first pen,
their coming on the same days and W. E. Clark.
thus dividing attendance. It is re- S. S. Hamburgers: First and second
ouested that the information be sent cockerel, first and second pullet, the i
to the Marion County Chamber of Gardner Poultry Farm.
Commerce. Indian Games: First cock, first
American Legion. Marion County hen, C. 0. Timmons; first cockerel,
Post. No. 27. Date of annual meet- second pullet, H. P. Bitting; second
ing, first Wednesday in December, cockerel, first pullet, first pen, Mrs.
Date of regular meeting, first Wed- Dollie Blitch.
They sat nextjnesday in each month. Melville's I Silver Campines: First and second
Mr. Beuchler's Comedians Dec. 2o-.il, under auspices cockerel, first and second pullet, the
of the American Legion, Ocala. Gardner Poultry Farm.
American Legion Auxiliary. Date! Black Langshans: First and second
of annual meeting, first Wednesday in cockerel, first pullet, first pen, Z. V.
December. Date of regular meeting, Freeman; second pullet, E. L. Carney,
first Wednesday in each month. Brown Leghorns: First and second
City Council. Date of regular meet- cock, first and second men, first and
ings, first and third Tuesdays in each second pen, Gardner Poultry Farm,
month. White Leghorns: First cock, first
Business and Professional Woman's and second hen, first pullet, E. L. Car Car-Club.
Club. Car-Club. Date of annual meetings, first ney; second cock, T. F. Fokes; first
Tuesday in December. Regular meet- cockerel, first pen, C. E. Crandall; sec sec-ings,
ings, sec-ings, first and third Tuesdays in each ond cockerel, second pullet, W. E.
month. Clark; second pen, Miss Addie Tay-
City School Trustees. No regular lor.
meeting. Buff Leghorns: First hen, first
County School Board. Date of reg- cockerel, first- and second pullet, E.
ular meeting, Tuesday after first L. Carney; first pen, Mrs. C. W. Tur Tur-Monday
Monday Tur-Monday in each month. Annual meet- ner; second pen, C. E. Crandall.
ir.g in January. Black Minorcas: First cock, first
Marion County Chamber of Com- and second hen, first pullet, second
merce. Date of annual meeting, sec- pen, W. A. Penland; fiist cockerel,
ond Thursday in January. Regular second pullet, first pen, Leonard Ben Ben-meetings
meetings Ben-meetings once every three months at nett; second cockerel, A. L. Byers.
call of -directors. Buff Orpingtons: First and second
Marion County Hospital Associa- hen, first pen, F. W. Evans.
tion. Date of annual meeting, second S. C. Black Orpingtons: Second
Tuesday in March. Regular meetings J hen, A. M. Turch; first and second
las called. 1 cockerel, first pullet, first and second
Marion County Hospital Auxiliary, pen, A. L. Byers; second pullet, J. J.
Date of annual meeting, in May. Reg Regular
ular Regular meetings at call of president.
Minstrel after Christmas.
Ocala Rotary Club. Weekly lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, Tuesdays. Minstrel in February.
GH! 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
This Bank will receipt for and make collections for above without charge
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
-3- -Z- Z -Z- Z Z- -Z- Z-:
Carter; second, Ben Buhl; third, Miss
Mary B. Young.
Sow and Litter Club: First prize,
Earl Best. Second, James Woodward.
S. C. White Orpingtons: First pen,
first pullet, Mrs. J. W. Crosby.
Barred Plymouth Rocks: First hen,
Mrs. J. H. Sawyer; second hen, W. E.
Parent-Teacher Association. Date Clark; first and second cockerel, first
of annual meeting, second Thursday in and second pullet, first pen, A. L. By By-April.
April. By-April. Regular meetings, second ers; second pen, Mrs. S. Abate.
Thursday in each month.
United Daughters of the Confed Confederacy.
eracy. Confederacy. Date of annual meeting, sec
ond Friday in November. Regular
meetings, second Friday in each
month. Celebration of Lee's birthday
White Plymouth Rocks: First hen,
second hen, J. L. Smoak; first cock
erel, Mrs. Thomas Sexton; first hen,
F. W. Evans.
R. C. R. I. Reds: First cockerel, D.
S. C. R. I. Reds: First cock, first
TO AVOID LOSS AND DAMAGE ;
Wrap your packages carefully and
tie them securely.
In preparing your packages for
mailing, remember to j
1. Wrap with tough paper.
2. Tie with a stout cord. j
3. Write or print a plain address
4. Place return address in uppei
5. Attach address to article itself
inside the wrapper.
6. Inclose articles liable to break breakage
age breakage in corrugated paper or wooden
boxes and pack in excelsior or some
7. If contents are perishable or
fragile, mark the parcel conspicuously
or have mailing clerk do it for you.
8. Think of the miles it must
travel, rubbing up against other par parcels,
cels, parcels, handled and rehandled.
9. When ready to mail give it the
"once over" address, return address,
stamps, wrapper, packing.
10. MAIL IT EARLY.
11. INSURE IT.
Robt. F. Rogers, P. M.
Xmas Gift Siiooestas!
At E. C. JORDAN & COMPANY'S
HANSEN Kid and Auto Gloves
-BRAXTON BELTS,. Pig 5fan
TIES, in College Stripes, Cut
Silk, Knit and Cheney's Bats
KREMENTZ gold filled Tie
Clasps and Cuff Buttons
ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS in
BATH ROBES for women and
HOUSE SHOES for women and
SILK AND WOOL SOCKS AND
CHRISTMAS BOXES FREE
L C. JORDAN & CO.
Oar staple lines, including Styleplus Suits, Sweaters and Over Overcoats,
coats, Overcoats, larger than ever
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:301
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
Joseph Malever, N. G.
H. G. Shealy. Secretary.
Woman's Club. Date of annual cockerel, P. W. Collens; second cock-
meeting, April 7th. Regular meetings, erel, C. A. Crandall; first pullet, first
first and third Saturdays. Concert at pen, A. L. Byers; second pullet, L. W.
Temple theater Feb. 6th. Club picnic Ponder; second pen, W. M. Shockley.
April 12th. Party for Children's Home R.I.White: First cock, J. E.
sometime in January. Lecture on Frampton.
Passion Play about Easter. Columbian Wyandottes: First cock,
Conventions. Watermelon Growers first hen, first cockerel, first pullet,
Association, February, dates not yet first pen, J. I. Gist.
fixed. Grand Lodge Knights of Py- White Wj'andottes: First and sec sec-thias,
thias, sec-thias, early in April. ond pen, J. I. Gist; first pullet, Mrs.
NOTICE Buff Cochin Bantams: First cock
erel, first pullet, first pen, Gardner
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH
Ocala Rebekah Lodge No. 63 meets
at the Odd Fellows hall every first
and third Thursday evenings each
month at 8 o'clock. A cordial welcome
to visiting sisters and brothers.
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck, N. G.
Mrs. Earl Gibbons, Secretary.
243 and 174
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE and TEAS
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
YOURS FOR SEKVICE
COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Star Ads are Business Builders. Phone 51
ed us down, three days growth of
whiskers needed the brush hook, and
we yearned for a cup of chickory and
a small section of Florida cow, almost
burnt. At the M. & C. Bank corner
we met the one-time Izaak Walton of
Ocala, our old friend, Judge Lester
Warner, who under a stern demeanor
conceals much wisdom and kindness.
The iudee first worsted us in
Business Man 1.00
Another Business Man 1.0;)
J. G. Lege 1.00
M. Haughton 50
Calvin West 1.00
R. L. Van Osten 1.00
G. D. Pasteur 1.00
W. P. Preer 1.00
J. R. Preer 1.00
Carlisle Izlar 1.00
Don Mclver 1.00
Special meeting of Ponce de Leon Poultry Farm.
Lodge of Perfection No. 3 at the Ma- Black Cochin bantams: First cock cock-sonic
sonic cock-sonic hall Tuesday, Dec. 12th, at 3:30 erel, first pullet, first pen, Gardner
p. m. Work from the third degree to Poultry Farm.
the fourteenth, inclusive. Supper at White Cochin Bantams: First cock,
the hall at 7 p. m. All Scottish Rite first pullet, Gardner Poultry Farm.
Masons are cordially invited to at- Light Brahma Bantams: First pul-
tend. By order of V. M. let. Gardner Poultrv Farm.
B. C. Webb, V. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary. 2t
Dark Brahma Bantams: First and
second cockerel, first and second pul
let, Gardner Poultry Farm.
DEWEY'S RESTAURANT Golden Seabright Bantams: First
On the Square," west side. Oysters cock, first hen, Jesse Kennedy; first
and fish daily. Open all night tf cockerel, first and second pullet, the
Gardner Poultry Farm.
DEWEY'S RESTAURANT w. c. W. Polish Bantams: First
cockerel, first pullet, Gardner Poultry
'On the Square," west side. Oysters Farm.
and fi'h daily. Open all night tf
iVnnT.M.nl n-MM.VM T O Tl V QT1 MtVA I .................
mcuiugitai aigumtui, I Cash No 1 100
us a shinplaster to cover the sore L 9
place in our self-esteem. In the Court p, ftn
Pharmacy, a few minutes later, we w w rondon 100
met Sovereign H. Gilbert of Citra, K Summerfield friend 100
whose working hours are divided be- T T v . nn
tween promoting the interests of his-.- -T r WnrTI. nn
orarige-scented home town, and length- H Gilbert 100
emng tne memnmmp ran oitne Tom Sexton 1M
Woodmen of the World. It surely does Ben Rheinauer L00
himjjood to stick a bunch xf smiles Nathan 1QQ
us a dollar so quick it made our head jg "ygj, j nn
Mrs. B. C. Webb 1.00
Jake Goldman 1.00
Mrs. Ford Rogers 1.00
Anthon O'Neal 1.00
Frank Churchill 1.00
E C. Beuchler 1.00
J. B. Peck 1.00!
Roy Ott 1.00
J. B. Akin 1.00
John Thomson 1.00
R. T. Adams 1.00
swim. Tom Sexton good old Tom
contributed in one time and two mo motions:"
tions:" motions:" Ben 1 Rheinauer saw us -coming
ten yards olf, and ran for us, a dollar
bill in his fingers and a smile stick sticking
ing sticking out 'six inches- on' each side of his
face; Ben also said come back if we
needed any more. Nathan Mayo, just
rolled in from Sunrmerfield,'had a bill
out before he stopped his car. Nathan
nas not forgotten the time he used to
say his prayers to Santa Claus. That
good scout, 1 Martin Luther Reynolds,
to whom the laugh. of a little child is
the1 sweetest of music, came right
after Nathan with a glossy silver cer cer-tificate
tificate cer-tificate for 100 cents. B. C. Webb of
Kehdriek-gave a dollar for himself,
and then, saying his good-looking bet better
ter better half would also want to be in on it,
passed over ; one for her. We hinted
to Jake Goldman that we'd like to
have a dollar. Jake said he hadn't the
heart to turn us down. A good-
Leave Palalka 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala 11:45 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
C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala, Phone 527
(To be Continued in Our Next)
Regular meeting of Ponce de Leon
Lodge of Perfection No. 3 this eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 at the Masonic hall.
B. C. Webb, V. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Needham Motor Co
We specialize in
REG and FORD
Black Game Bantams: First cock,
first and second hen, first cockerel,
first and seeond pullet, Jesse Kennedy.
Gray Call Ducks: First old drake,
first and second old duck, first and
second young drake, first and second
young duck, J. I. Gist.
Colored Muscovy: First old drake,
first and second old duck, Z. V. Free Freeman;
man; Freeman; first young drake, first and sec second
ond second young duck, W. L. Colbert.
WTiite Peking: First and second
young drake, J. I. Gist.
Wild Mallard: First and second old
drake, first and second old duck, first
and second young drake, first and sec second
ond second young duck, J. I. Gist.
White Muscovy: First young drake,
first young duck, C. O. Timmons.
Bronce Turkeys: First and second
cock, first hen, first cockerel, Anthony
Farms; second hen, A. L. Byers.
Pearl Guineas: First hen, first cock,
C. O. Timmons.
White Guineas: First cock, first
hen, Mrs. Dollie Blitch:
Buff Carneux Pigeons: first pair,
Leonard Bennett. Red Carneux, first
pair, Leonard Bennett. Runts: First
and second pair, Leonard Bennett.
White Maltese, first and second pair,
Best pen pigeons, Leonard Bennett.
Best pair White Kings, Herschel
Belgian Hares: First old buck, first
old doe, Gardner Poultry Farm; sec second
ond second old buck, second old doe, J. P.
Capons: First, Anthony Farms; sec sec-end,
end, sec-end, Mrs. E. F. Moore.
Guinea Pigs: first, Wilford Weber;
second, Mrs. J. D. McCaskill.
Best pen poultry, A. L. Byers; sec second,
ond, second, C. E. CrandalL
Best cock, Gardner Poultry Farm.
Best hen, J. I. Gist.
Pig Clubs: First prize, Faulkner
ybr Economical Trontfrnrloiiom
V. .'Tvrrw-i .f-
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Phone 71 .. OCALA, FLORIDA
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1922
GibSe TTioughta' Txtay
CPEAK THE GOOD WORD:
Flea vises in the heart of man
uu 9th It stoop: bat a good word
Blketh tt glad. Proverb 12: 25.
T waii roam nTnotVtinop Trtf TT in A
MM V V WSS V- wary
black satin one-strap pump with a
rhinestone button, see those made by
Utz & Dunn, price six dollars and a
half, at Little's Shoe Parlor. 2-tf
We buy second-hand furniture. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Fanners Supply Company, Ex Exposition
position Exposition street. tf
To the Wise!
There's a time for all things.
It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The
fall season's here and a paint
job done now will stay a year.
Bring your car to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
We SELL AND RECOMMEND
Tko Economy BAKING POWDER
"OOK'S MARKET & GROCERY
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
Our plant is 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
Phone 258121 W. Broadway
Night Phone 533
C. V. Roberts & Co.
Office Phone 850, Ocala, Fla.
Residence Phone 305
217 W. Broadway
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub-
ished as information and not
(Eastern Standard Time)
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:15 am St. Petersburg 2:27 ;.m
2:27 am Jacksonville 2:15 am
1:45 pm Jacksonville 3:24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
6:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45 pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Jklonday, Wednesday. Friday.
J) Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
1:50 pm Jacksonville 1:15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsburg 1:35 am
1:55 am Tampa 2:34 am
1:35 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:30 pm
3:00 pm Tampa-St. Petrsburg 4:05 pm
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Many sizes and bindings. Some in inexpensive
expensive inexpensive ones and some in fine India
Bible paper. At THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
If you have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY
In speaking of a person's faults,
Pray don't forget your own;
Remember those with homes of glass
Should never throw a stone.
If we have nothing else to do
Than talk of those who sin,
Tis better to commence at home
And from that point begin.
We have no right to judge a man
Until he's fairly tried;
Should we not like his company,
We know the world is wide.
Some may have faults who has not
The old as well as young?
Perhaps we may for aught we know
Have fifty to their one.
Ill tell vou of a better plan,
And find it works full well
To try my own defects to cure
E'er others faults I tell;
And though I sometimes hope to be
No worse than some I know,
My own shortcomings bid me let
lhe taults of others go.
Then let us all when we begin
To slander friend or foe,
Think of the harm one word may do
To those we little know.
Remember, curses, sometimes, like
Our chickens, "roost at home."
Dcn't speak of others faults until
We have none of our own.
Copied from Napoleon Hill's Magazine
Presented by Dr. Kiplinger.
Mr. H. Reynolds Crook of Spartan Spartanburg,
burg, Spartanburg, S. C, is visiting his Ocala
friends. He is a guest of the Harrington.
little cottage on the premises. Some
Miss Rhoda Thomas, who is attend- of his friends missed him from his
ir.g Queens College, Charlotte, N. C, usual rounds yesterday and going to
will leave the 18th for home to spend h5& little home found him dangerously
the Christmas holidays. ilL His brother and family physician
were at once called and he was taken
New York. Atlantic City, Washing- to the hosPital, but he failed rapidly
ton are easily reached through use of and died at sbc 'clock 'clock-Merchants
Merchants 'clock-Merchants & Miners steamers to Bal- Mr- J- H- sPencer came down Sun Sun-timore
timore Sun-timore and Philadelphia. Round trip day from Jacksonville in one of the
to Washington. D. C. $53.42: Atlantic handsome new 40-horsepower Buick
'City, N. J., $58.60; Asbury Park, N.
Delicious fruit cake. Orders taken.
j$1.00 per pound. Phone 278. 11-tf
j Miss Dorothy Adams, attending the
Cathedral School in Orlando, will
spend the holidays with her -parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams.
The street force is hustling lively
on North Magnolia. Laying the blocks
will begin tomorrow and it is expected
to finish the street to the A. C. L.
crossing in about ten days.
Come early and avoid the rush. I
have in connection with my general
line of groceries for the holidays Gold
Fish, Canary Birds, Love Birds, Par- j
rots, Parokeets, cages and bird and
fish supplies. Come get your pick
while the picking is good. T. M. Kil-
gore, West Broadway. 9-tf
Mrs. J. A. Thomas of Winston-
Salem, N. C, who has been the guest
of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. A. T. Thomas for the past
three weeks, leaves tomorrow for her
Jack and Henry Camp and Har
rington Hall, who are attending
Woodberry Forrest School, Virginia,
will arrive the week before Christmas
to spend the holidays with their par
ents and other relatives.
Gardner's famous fruit cake, layer
cake, pound cake and raisin cake at
Mam Street Market. Phone 108. 10-tf
The more our customers see of our
methods of handling fresh meats, the
better we like it. Come to see us.
Mam Street Market. Phone 108. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kemp, who
have been at the Davis House on
! North Main street for some time.
have gone to Hurds, near St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, where they will probably remain
until after Christmas.
The rope to the swing in the fire firemen's
men's firemen's pretty park having become
somewhat frazzled, Mr. E. H. Martin
presented rire cnier cnamtiers an
order for a new one, so now the
young folks can swing in safety.
The very newest thing in white kid,
one-strap pumps, made by Utz &
uunn. i-rice is seven dollars and a
half at Little's Shoe Parlor. 2-tf
Stove wood, $2 per load. R.
Todd Lumber Company. 25-tf
Hi? n t? it
.uiss iiane Loie, the pretty young
lady from Marietta, Ga., who has been
the guest of Mrs. J. R. Brumby Jr.
for some weeks, has returned home.
lhe friends she has made in Ocala,
hope she will come to see them again
at an early date.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood and Mrs. L.
M.. Jones returned home Saturday
from Miami, where they went the
first of the week. They were called
home on account of the death of Mr.
Jones' father and Mrs. Jones left Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night for Milledgeville, Ga.
Machina hemstitching; artistic
handicraft; forenoons. Mrs. Luella M.
Grimbly, 701 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala.
Phone 409 15-tf
OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO
(Evening Star Dec. II, 1902)
Mrs. A. L. Tillis of Levyville, aged
thirty-five years, died Friday night
and was buried Sunday morning. Mrs.
Tillis wa3 a sister of Messrs. W. W.
and Vernon Clyatt of this city. Mr.
W. W. Clyatt went to attend the fun funeral.
eral. funeral. Mrs. Tillis left a husband and
Capt. T. H. Johnson, who is selling
horses and mules at Lakeland, is
spending Sunday in town with his
Mr. Drew Mathews, of Masters'
store, who has been ill at the home of
his parents in Flemington for the past
ten days, is again at his post of duty.
He returned Monday morning.
Col. John M. Martin went up to his
Sugar Hammock truck farm with his j
pocket full of seed today. He is busy
J. B. Malloy of Anthony, who is
turning out vegetable crates faster
than a section boss can count cross cross-ties,
ties, cross-ties, was in town today and says that
.Anthony as a truckers parade is it.
' Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Dec. 11, 1912)
Mr. Chas. W. Hunter has returned
from the convention of gas men in
Mrs. Etta Robinson and Miss Ellen
Clarkson came home today from a
week's visit with Mrs. Juhan at Crys Crystal
tal Crystal River.
Another old citizen joined the
great majority when Thomas R. Gary
passed over the dark river last eve evening.
ning. evening. Mr. Gary was the oldest son
of Col. S. M. Gary and Mrs. Fannie
R. Gary. He was born at their old
home in Ocala fifty-six years ago and
has lived nearly all his life in this
city. Since the destruction of the
family residence by fire about six
years ago, Mr. Gary has lived in a
touring cars, which is at the Buick
Little Miss Helen Jones is the latest
appendicitis victim. She was operat
ed on at the hospital last night and is
doing well today.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rentz have
issued invitations to a large and beau
tiful party which they will give from
8:30 to 11 o'clock on the evening of
the 12th, complimenting Miss Clara
Louis Rentz. Miss Rentz is an at
tractive visitor, having come from
Camilla, Ga., last month to spend the
winter with her sister,
By Elmo Sooll Watson
Copyright, 1922, Western Newspaper Union
SHABBONA, A POTTAWATOMIEi
"WHITE MAN'S FRIEND"
ANY Indians have shunned the
name of "white man's friend"
but to one It was a proud title. Shab
bona, chief of the Pottawatomles, curi
ously enough, was neither a chief nor
a member of that tribe by birth. He
was an Ottawa, nephew of the great
Pontlac. Having married a Pottawa Pottawatomie
tomie Pottawatomie woman, be was adopted Into the
tribe, given the name of Shabbona,
"Built Like a Bear," and eventually
was made peace chief.
Shabbona's first service to the whites
occurred on the day of the Fort Dear Dearborn
born Dearborn massacre when he and Chief
Sauganash saved John Klnzle, the
trader, and his family from the blood blood-mad
mad blood-mad Pottawatomie warriors. During
the Winnebago war of 1827 he won
first the title of "the white man's
friend" by persuading his people not
to join the Wlnnebagos on the war warpath.
path. warpath. But it was during the Black Hawk
war that the Pottawatomie chieftain
proved himself the white man's friend
Indeed. In February, 1832, Biack
Hawk attempted to form a confedera confederation
tion confederation of the Sacs and Foxes, Pottawa Pottawa-tomles
tomles Pottawa-tomles and Winnebagoes to fight the
whites. White Cloud, the Winnebago
chief, favored the union and declared
that "If all the tribes will Join us our
warriors will "be like the trees of the
forest." "Yes," replied Shabbona, "But
the soldiers of the whites will outnum outnumber
ber outnumber the leaves ou the trees." The
Pottawatomles did not join.
Shabbona was not content with hold holding
ing holding his own warriors quiet. After
Stlllman's defeat had left the whole
northern frontier of Illinois unpro unprotected,
tected, unprotected, he set out to warn the whites
that the hostlles were coming. A few
farmers persisted in staying and a
second time the chief, facing death at
the hands of Black Hawk's warriors,
carried the alarm. The settlers who
refused to heed this warning died in
the dreadful massacre on Indian creek.
Shabbona served General Atkinson
faithfullv and well as a scout during
the remainder of the campaign and
for once in history a friendly Indian
was rewarded by the whites. The
government excepted Shabbona and his
family from the order removing all
the Pottawatomles to a reservation
In Kansas and gave him a pension
But land speculators took possession
of his tract while he was visiting his
tribe. However, citizens who appreci appreciated
ated appreciated the value of his services raised
money to buy land on the Illinois river
and gave the o!d chk-f a home for the
rest or nis days.
He Ued liu-re July 17, ISoO, and is
buried in Morris. 111.
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
m Of all the photographs of this dis-'
tinguished man, we have never seen 1
one that was not thoughtful, stern, in
some cases even severe. In contrast
to his pictures, his friends say he ia
one of the most genial of men, with I
a wonderful smile that is more habit-!
ual than ?ny other expression. I
Hi3 writings exhibit fine thought,!
but certainly they are never gloomy;
indeed they abound in the choicest!
humor. The greatest comedians sel-j
dom smile when at work, and Tar-
kington's pictured poses convey the :
impression that being funny is a seri serious
ous serious business.
Every story he writes is different
from every other story, and there
are more facets to his genius than
to a diamond. Twice since 1919 he
has won the Pulitzer prize for the
best novel of the year. Indiana,
famous for celebrities, proclaims him
her favorite son.
The most delightful Christmas
story that has ccme out in years is
his "Beasley's Christmas Party,"
which will Le printed serially in thi3
Will Commence Friday, Dec. 15th.
C. CECIL BRYANT
Income Tax Consultant
Phone 481 Blue
Room 23, Holder Block
Advertise in the Evening Star.
Beginning on Saturday, December 16th, we will inaugurate a Special
Holiday Sale. During the sale all prices will be greatly reduced. Nothing
makes a more suitable or lasting Holiday gift than house furnishings, and this
will be your opportunity to get them at real Bargain Prices.
THEUS BROS. SPECIAL.
One 2-inch post bed, one
National spring, one Blown
Cotton Mattress, regular price
$35.00. Special price for
An elegant assortment ot
Parlor stats in Mahogany; al also
so also in willow and fibre.
DINING ROOM SUITS
Pretty line of Dining Room
stdt in mahogany, oak and
walnut. Unbeatable Prices.
ALL RUGS REDUCED ONE-THIRD
Odd Lots in Both Straight and Rocking Chairs at Half Price. Some Real Values in Blankets
and Comforts which will pay you to investigate. Library and Dining Tables in solid and
quarter sawed oak with chairs to match these are real specials. Our line of wood
and gas Ranges and stoves must be sold $3 and up. The price on the
Wonderful Hoozier Kitchen Cabinet has been cut to $65.00.
Holiday Goods for the Kiaaies,
This is the first year I
serve you for your Holida:
I have the best selected and largest variety in
town. Come and look over my my line of Holiday
FRUiTS, FRUIT CAKE
BOB'S COZY CORNER
Corner Ft. King and Osceola
Florida Auto Supply Company
TIRES AND TUBES
Guaranteed Mileage Fabrics, 75O0 miles; Cords, 10,000
miles. We make the adjustments.
Complete Line ot Auto Accessories
314-320 N. Main St. OCALA, FLA
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
At Yonr Own Price and Yonr Own Terms
Real Scbnltz Players andUprights. Let
Us Demonstrate them for yon.
Marry the Girl We'll Furnish the Home.
have had a chance to
' Fruits and Vegetables
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
NOTICE OF SPECULL. MASTER'S SAU3
Xotice Is hereby slven that under
and toy virtue of a final decree of the
Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit of Florida, in and for Marlon
county, in chancery, of date Decem December
ber December 4th. 1922, in a certain cause pend pending
ing pending therein wherein The Commercial
Bank of Ocala, is complainant and
Marion Creamery Company, a Florida
corporation, and E. C. Beuchler are de defendants,
fendants, defendants, the undersigned will, on
Ua4r, the lmt ear Jaaaary, A- IV
during- the legal hours of sale, at the
west door of toe court house at Ocala,
Florida, offer for sale and will sell to
the highest and nest bidder for cash,
the following: described personal prop property,
erty, property, to-wit:
1 20-H. p. Fairbanks-Morse engine,
style H. No. 4S8S44.
10-ton Tork refrigerating plant com
reasr Ice breaker.
40-quart Emery Thompson freeser.
i ouv-gauon wisard pasteuriser.
1 Milwaukee bottling machine complete
1 pair Fairbanks scales.
1 Perfection Jr. churn and worker.
l 20G0-lb. harplese separator and
1 Centrifugal Pry an pump.
1 10-H. P. electric motor.
1 lot ice cream cans, tubs and milk
i w-gallon weigh can.
1 lot fixtures and furniture, to exclude
calculating machine, or so much
thereof as may Je necessary to satisfy
said nnal decree and costs.
As &oeclal Master in Ctiajacmrv.
ii M. HAjiPTON.
Solicitor for ConxDlainant.
Notice U hereby given that the ua-
uergigned. a mayor of the elty of
ocala, la .Marion county. Florida, does
nereby proclaim and call a special elec
tion to he held In and for the said city
ocaia, on the
12th Day of December. M. D. 1922.
tor the purpose ot determining whether
or not the territorial limits ot the city
auiu oe contracted by excluding there there-trom
trom there-trom the territory described In the ord ord-mance
mance ord-mance hereinafter set torth, said ordi ordi-uance
uance ordi-uance reading as follows:
-N' OKJJJN ANCK lrovidinir fn
Contracting ot the Territorial Limits -ol
the City of Ocala.
K OrdatAcd by the City CeaaeU
tbe City of Ocala!
Section 1. That the city council of
the city ot Ocala does hereby declare
ita desire to exclude from its corpurate
iimiis and Jurwaiction the folio win
uescnoea district, to-wit:
ComuiencinT at the northwest cor corner
ner corner ot toe aortneast quarter of
section sixteen. In xownsaip htteen
soutn, range twenty-two east: run run-iung
iung run-iung thence east to the southeast
corner of section nine, In township
htteen south, range twenty-two
kucuc -""iing north northeasterly
easterly northeasterly direction to the nortuwest
corner of the southeast quarter of
the northeast quarter ot section one.
said township and range; thence
running east one-half mile to the
northeast corner of the southwest
quarter of the northwest quaerof
section six. in township, fifteen
south, range twenty-three east:
thence running south one-half mile
to the southeast corner of the
northwest quarter of the south southwest
west southwest quarter ot said section! thence
running west one-half anile to the
southwest corner of the northeast
quarter of the southeast qu&rteref
section one, in township fifteen
south, range twenty-two east:
tnence running in a southwesterly
direction to the southeast corner of
the southwest quarter of the north northwest
west northwest quarter of section fifteen, -township
fifteen south, range
twenty-two east; and running
thence west to the -northwest cor cor-ner
ner cor-ner of the southeast quarter of sec section
tion section sixteen, township fifteen south,
range twenty-two east; thence run running
ning running north to the northwest corner
of the northeast quarter of section
sixteen, township fitteen south,
range twenty-two east. All said
lands in .Marion county, Florida.
v ?5cli" Jt an election- of the the-duly
duly the-duly registered voters of both said dis dis-in.rf
in.rf dis-in.rf J?i.cn 't?61 proposed to he ex excluded
cluded excluded from the corporate limits of the
city of Ocala. and o tthe duly qualified
I "ald Slty ot Ocala, and the
same Is hereby calledtohe held pur pursuant
suant pursuant to the ordinances of the city of
V?lt ov5rnin special elections to ap ap-nance.
nance. ap-nance. this said rdi-
That the city council of the city of
Ocala oe and it Is hereby authorized
by resolution to fix the date of said
elections to he held, suoh elections to he
rffitrisfpalat.ely u BaAd respective
ays. ubllc notice of the time,
?hf R ie and tUc ot J elections
shall be given by proclamation issued
y? mayor, which proclamation snail
contain a copy of this ordinance.
c.iViatoCarmichael'B pavUIon at
hiJer 6?rinf Florida, he and it Is
fi1JiecI,are1uld constituted to be the
his ?laceJfor ta ald ltin to be
held in the district herein proposed to
)?1we?51,Jded nd th "y hall of the
fh5Pcaia. u erehy declared to he
e filing place for the election to toe
held in the said remaining district of
eluded a0t aereia PPOd to toe ex-
I i,T 0"thlfd of n registered voters
aSiV,ally votm a each of said districts
shall approve ot this Ordinance, the
council shall thereupon, toy ordinance,
declare the new limits of said city or
town excluding therefrom the above
described portion so excluded, and shall
cause said ordinance, together with this
ordinance, and the proclamation of the
mayo.r heelja provided for, and the cer certificate
tificate certificate of the result of said election to
be recorded In the records of the coun council,
cil, council, and also In the clerk's office in
Marlon county, Florida.
That In the event two-thirds of the
registered voters act nail r rating In
each of said elections shall approve this
ordinance, than then the above describ described
ed described district herein proposed to toe ex excluded,
cluded, excluded, and the cltlsens thereof, shall
thereby forever toe released from the
d?bs atles or liabilities of said city
of Ocala, and that all public- property
bth.Tea1 and personal situate In said
district herein proposed to toe excluded,
and all rights and franchises therein
belonging to said city of Ocala, at the
time of such exclusion, shall toe and
remain the property of the dty of
Section 3. That an ordinances and
parts of ordinances in conflict with the
provisions of this ordinance toe and the
same are hereby repealed.
Section 4. That this ordinance shall
take effect immediately upon its pass pass-ae
ae pass-ae and approval ...
That there shall toe toot one toallot box
used at the election In the said district
proposed to be excluded from the ter territorial
ritorial territorial limits of the said dty of Ocala.,
ana me xoiiowing are the inspectors
and clerk therefor: T. T. Madden. C
Carmichael. D. N. Waldron, Inspectors,
and C C. Bryant, clerk. There shall toe
two ballot boxes used at the election in
the remaining- district and for the box
marked "A to IT the following are the
Inspectors and clerk therefor: O. B.
Howse. E. DeCamp, F. W. Ditto, inspec inspectors,
tors, inspectors, and Mrs. Walter Hood, clerk. For
the box marked "M to Z" H. H. Whet Whetstone.
stone. Whetstone. J. w. Johnson and & avage
Jr. are Inspectors mjxA Him Annie Devi
This the sth dev of November. A rv
1922. EUGENE O. PEEK.
10-StlFii Mayor of the CltT ot Ocala.
British Army "twaer.
It has ben said that the Tr"r
army authorities one issued an am
aer that officers should set wear ere
glsAsea or spectacles, these being- cos,
sldered evidence of defective slant. A
number of army officers then took to
wearing the monocle, disobeying the
trmy order by a safe margin and giv giving
ing giving to themselves,' as It was thought
at the time, an air of distinction, the
thought being something like thai
which prompted so many officers
enlisted men to carry a short rase
which came to be called a "swagger
The Art ef GMng.
The art of giving Is an Integral part
f the art cf tiring.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1922
torT.1?, under this heading are aa
tie- tVv ilaimuin of six linea one time
moAtk f?tlmB 5c: lx times 75c; one
adV.M A11 accounts payable la
ttla cept to those who have reg reg-w
w reg-w advertising account..
LOST Nine keys on plain ring. Re Return
turn Return to J. p. Phillips. 12-1 l-3t
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
aPartment, nicely furnished, two
blocks east of courthouse. Apply
at 239 E. Oklawaha. Phone 507. 6t
FOR SALE Corona typewriter, like
new; only $30. Other eood visible
typewriters $25 and up. Expert re repairing.
pairing. repairing. Phone for- demonstration
the latest model Royal. E. C.
"a'e. Harrington Hall. ll-3t
WANTED Ten or twelve crosstie
choppers. See S. I. Long at Bla
lock Bros, Ocala. 9-6t
FOR RENT Three connecting un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms on ground floor.
See Mrs. H. S. Wesson. 9-3t
STRAYED Dec. 5th, one small bay
mare with roach mane: one small
dark bay horse with right front
foot crippled. Strayed from my
house, on N. Pine St., Ocala. Any
one returning them or giving any
information of their whereabouts
v will receive suitable reward. G. W.
Wimberly, P. 0. Box 160. 9-6t
MAN WANTED To travel Marion
county with good proposition. Sal Salary
ary Salary $100 guaranteed, plus bonus
Must have can Apply at once to
P. O. Box 417, Ocala, Fla. 9-tf
DRESSMAKING Plain and fancy,
Mrs. N. S. Wells, No. 1 West Fifth
LOST Gold cuff button Thursday;
engraved "DNF." Finder please re
turn to D. N. Ferguson, Holder
FOR SALE Setting eggs from
White Rock and Buff Orpington
chickens. Won blue ribbon at the
fair. $1.50 per setting. See Evans
at George MacKay Co. or call
phone 263. 8-6t
WANTED About ten acres of land
suitable for orange grove, not over
five miles from Ocala. State price
and terms in first letter. Address,
"M. B." care Star office, Ocala,
FOR RENT 33 acres of good farm
ing land, all fenced and cleared of
stumps. Three miles from town
and near shipping station. Apply
at 310 N. Magnolia St., Mrs. L.
FOR SALE One Ford light truck;
one Oakland "6." Terms if desired
Autogenous Welding Co. 7-6t
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished for
light housekeeping. Apply 102 S.
10th St., or phone 343. 6-6t
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
posite high school building. 5-6t
FOR RENT Down stairs apartment.
four rooms and bath; modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Unfurnished apart
ments. Phone 450 or see Dr. W. K
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. Wil
sell cheap or trade for land near
town. W. D. Cam. 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
POSITION WANTED A young lady
desires position with opportunity of
learning a trade. Will consider
small recompense at beginning. Call
phone 620. 9-3t
We have the Christmas
Cards that you are looking for.
Come in and get them. We do
not stand on formality our
doors are wide open; walk in
and make yourself at home.
You will find tags, seals,
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 $1.00, in
fact, anything your heart de desires
sires desires in a Christmas Greeting
Hurry up and call while
our assortment is complete; we
want you to be pleased.
Iron constitutes 42 per cent, of the
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.
Miss Henrietta Livingston, who is :
teaching school near Orangeburg, S. j
C, expects to be home soon for the j
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Marsh of
Tampa, who have been spending: a few
days in Ocala with relatives, returned
home this morning.
Special, Surprise Gold Seal Butter;
60 cents, Tuesday and Wednesday, at ;
O. K. Teapot Grocery. 11 -2t
Scatter sunshine with Gift Shop ;
greeting card3. We have several ;
wonderful lines for Christmas, New
Year and all occasions. THE GIFT
SHOP, Harrington Hall corner. 8-3t
Beautiful salad and nut cups for'
your Christmas table. THE SPE SPECIALTY
CIALTY SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E. GERIG. ll-3t
Miss Catherine Livingston, who is
taching at Sarasota, will arrive in
Ocala next week to spend the holidays
with her parents and sisters.
A Christmas present you all can
enjoy. Have Minshall install a
CaloriC pipeless furnace. 12-1 1-Gt
Mr.and Mrs. R. T. Weaver are look
ing forward to a pleasant Christmas
with Mrs. Weaver's son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hawes of
Dade City. They will motor to Dade
Th Book Shop has a very pretty
window display of wicker baskets and
trays and flower vases. 12-3t
Our calendars are prettier than
ever before. THE SPECIALTY
SHOP, A. E. GERIG. ll-3t
A chance to learn Hawaiian music
real cheap. We have just arrived in
Florida from Honolulua for the pur
pose of teaching you. We guarantee
to teach you in ten weeks. Only pay
$1.50 per week while you learn. For
further information call at the Layton
Hotel and ask for the Hawaiians. 3t
Be sure and include Fountain Pens,
Redipoint and Pal pencils in your
Christmas list. THE SPECIALTY
SHOP. A. E. GERIG. ll-3t
Electrical chandeliers make an ideal
Christmas gift. See them at H. S.
Minshall's West Fort King. ll-6t
The members of the T. A. G. Club
are making arrangements for their
annual Christmas dance, Dec. 28th,
which is always one of the most elab elaborate
orate elaborate of the Christmas festivities and
the younger dancing set is looking
forward with pleasant anticipation of
a delightful time.
Butterkrust and Mother's Bread 11
cents per loaf. Farmers Exchange
As will be seen by the notice else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, an election will be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to decide whether Ocala shall re retain
tain retain or relinquish the Silver Springs
panhandle. There is a good deal to
be said on both sides, so we shall not
say it. We hope everybody will vote,
because if the question is decided by
a small vote, nobody will really know
what the people think. Individually,
we shall vote to retain the extension.
A splendid line of leather goods,
many things for the man's gift. THE
SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E. Gerig. 3t
Mr. A. Harrison Jr. of New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, president of the Harcol Film
Company, is in the city. His com company
pany company is putting out a compact and
portable but excellent moving picture
machine, designed for country, lodge
and school work, but at the same time
able to make a good picture for a big
audience anywhere. He and Dr. R. T.
Weaver are demonstrating it thruout
the state and meeting much success.
Butterkrust and Mother's Bread 11
cents per loaf. Farmers Exchange
Now that the Christmas holidays
are drawing near, most of the young
people who are attending higher in institutions
stitutions institutions of learning both in the
state and at distant points, are look looking
ing looking forward to returning home to
spend the vacation period. Within
the next two weeks they will begin to
arrive. Most of those attending the
Woman's College at Tallahassee, in including
cluding including Misses Elizabeth Home. An Annie
nie Annie Rooney, Olive Whaley, Edith Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Marguerite Edwards, Marie
Robertson, Rubye Edwards and Anna Anna-belle
belle Anna-belle Wesson will arrive in Ocala
about the 20th. Miss Elizabeth Hocker,
attending Randolph-Macon Woman'?
College, at Lynchburg, Va., will spend
the holidays with her parents in
Ocala and expects to be home by the
22nd. The young men who attend the
University of Florida are expetced
the week before Christmas. Miss
Irene Tompkins and Messrs. Ronk
and Edward Buhrman, attending
Southern College at Lakeland, will
arrive the 21st. Miss Tompkins will
have two of her schoolmates as her
guests during the Christmas holidays.
J. M. and J. L. MefTert, George Blow Blowers
ers Blowers and J. W. Davis, at Jackson Mili Military
tary Military Academy in Tennessee, will be
home a week from Tuesday.
For appropriate electrical Christ-
I mas gifts see H. S. Minshall. ll-6t
ST. HELENA IS HIT BY SLUMP
Island Prison of Emperor Napoleon
Affected by Great Decrease in
Visits by Ships.
St. Helena, the Island prison of Em Emperor
peror Emperor Napoleon, is harder hit than at
any time since the opening of the
Suez canal. This Is chiefly due to the
great decreasn visits by ships.
The failure of the flax Industry,
which was started with the aid of a
government grant after the war. is I port Xing Cu-nn No. 14 meets r.t
another cause of the lack of prosper- i K of p baI1 every gecond Bml focrth
ity. Jamestown, the capital, was a;,- . e
.n riidav evenings of ean montn at 8
busv and rich little town 40 years aso. , ... .
holies riiianfrifltPfi. j
Even in the country many houses
are uninhabited, while others are in
rains. The cable station is one of
the few institutions which have not
Buffered since the beginning of the
The population of St. Helena Is a
curious one. Many settlers came to j
the inland after the great fire of Lon-
don in 1WA Others were originally ;
, , ;
slaves from Madagascar. The result
Is a colored race. The majority of
trie men are sailors. i
The climate is very healthful, the j
trade winds tempering the tropic heat, j
Five-sixths of the island Is barren
owing to rapidly multiplying flocks of
goats destroying the vegetation.
Bees will not live on the Island, and
In consequence little fruit can be cul cultivated.
tivated. cultivated. London Daily Mall.
spread Christmaa Joy Abroad
Mare thaa 100,000 Christmas boxes
for the children ef Central Europe
wer packed by tha Jaaiar Bod Cross
last year. Th spread of Christmas
Joy through these boxes will be largely
increased this year because of taa
plans already under way.
Your Peace-Tims "Bit"
Not "all you can," but your "bit,"
M, makes f r strength of the Amerl-
an Red Crr.?: !n peace-time service,
renrli in fniMmlir-rs multiplies serv
Ice. Join today.
VV1SPS Of- WISDOM
Ttie slicker seldom gets stuck.
'h;irii iiHiiih ;ii houie. but don't let
it end tlit-re.
Every muu is the architect of Lis
The biirL'ost fool is the man who
It's better to lose smilingly than to
It is backbone that makes success,
and not wishbone.
Pfel1 ill wmWV raiika ill
It lootd like a house where there were a grandfather and a
grandmother; where holidays were warmly epf; where there were
boisterous family reunions to which uncles and aunts who had been
bom there would return from no matter what distances; a house
where big turkeys would be on the table often; where 'the hired
man (named either Abner or Ole) would crack walnuts on a
fiatiron clutched between his knees on the back porch; it looked
like a house where they played charades; where there would be
long streamers of evergreen and dozens of wreathes of holly at
Christmas time; where there were tearful, happy weddings and
great throwings of rice after little brides from the front steps;
in a word, it was the sort of a house to make the hearts of
spinsters and bachelors very lonely and wistful
Instead of the above, it was the abode of a single, lonely man.
Within its walls occurred the strangest Christmas party ever held;
recorded by America's great and many-sided story-teller with the
singular magic which he alone knows how to employ.
A Short Serial Which Will be Printed in the
Evening Star, Commencing Dec. 15
MARION-DUNN MASUMC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M-, meets cn the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF 'inE WORLD
P. W. Whiteside. C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocaia Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the Feconu
an(j fourth Thursday evening of each
month at g o'clock.
t.,t; nr t
Mrs. Julie vNeihe, V. M.
Mr3' Susan Cook' Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocaia Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held eveiT Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
I. U. Forbes, C C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
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 el ways welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
W. R. Pedrick, E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
Oca'a. ComTiaad ComTiaad-?'fr
?'fr ComTiaad-?'fr ery Number 1'j,
JkpN? anights lcrap-r
meets every sic
ond triday night
in each month st
8 o'clock at the
Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.
Ham, Lim and Vic Milwaukee
loves its Bergers. Norfolk Virginian Virginian-Pilot.
Pilot. Virginian-Pilot. Real happiness is cheap enough,
yet how dearly we pay for its counterfeit.
ALL IN THE POINT OF VIEW
Girl: There is nothing beautiful
to view in this pises.
Smitlsn Youth: You have the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune of ret being able to look in
the right direction.
IN THE INTEREST OF SCIENCE
Patient It's pretty rough on me to
pay five hundred dollars for an op
eratlon that was entirely unneces unnecessary.
sary. unnecessary. Surgeon But it was necessary.
You see, Dr. Carver and I had a lit little
tle little bet on. He said you had an
enlarged appendix and I said you
hadn't There was only one way to
decide It. I won.
THE BEST WAT.
Bug: Boo, hool
I can't pay my
rent and they put
ought to own
your own house
as I do.
First Senator: There are two
sides to every question.
Second Senator: At least, some sometimes
times sometimes by means of riders and amend amendments
ments amendments we can work in a great many
more than that.
suppose, o I d
man, you have
laid aside some something
thing something for a rainy
but It's for my
rainy day, not
HE MAY PRESCRIBE
For every evil under the sun
There Is a remedy or there Is none.
For that disease long Jtnown as thirst
Consult the friendliest doctor first.
Advertise in the Evening Star.
Brooches, Sleeve Buttons, Chains,
Stick, Collar and Emblem, Lingerie
and Bar Pins.
Green, White and Red Gold, $15 up.
Largest and best selection of all
kinds of rings in Ocala.
Belts, Pocketbooks, Hand Bags and
PENS AND PENCILS
Largest assortment of Gold Pens
and Pencils, also Gift Sets, Sheaffer's
Thermos and Icy-Hot, Auto, Restau
rant and Table Sets and Bottles.
Community, Rogers 1847 and Sil Sil-verfield
verfield Sil-verfield Tableware.
"GIFTS THAT LAST"
For mother, sweetheart, sister,
brother or some one else's brother and
sister for Christmas.
Glassware. Nice assortment.
On Ivory, Gold and Silver.
Optical department in charge of Dr.
K. J. Weihe, "eyesight specialist."
This store is just running over with, good things to eat for the
holidays, anything from the seasoning to the dessert. Look our
list over and let us have your order for your holiday needs.
FRUIT CAKE, FRUITS,
POUND CAKE, CANDIES,
HOLIDAY CRACKERS, NUTS,
CELERY, G LACED FRUITS,
WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR THE FRL'iT CAKE AS WELL
AS STAPLE GROCERIES
A. H. POTTER, Prop.
Give useful gifts this Christmas. The time
has passed when any littie gift would do.
Make this an Electrical Christmas. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing is more appreciated or useful than a
nice electrical appliance. Look these se selections
lections selections over and get mother, wife or
daughter a useful gift.
NICE LINE OF UGHT DOMES AND CHANDELIERS
Vte have Electric Christmas Tree Fixtures
H S. MINSHALL
" The Plumber
OCALA . FLORIDA
NEVER AN EXPENSE ALWAYS A SAVING
Ice is the one home necessity that always pays for itself
many times over.
The food it saves alone mikes ice worth much more than you
pay for it.
Take it regularly and take enough. Then you protect your
health add to your comfort.
To get the most benefit from your refrigerator, you should
keep the ice compartment free from food and filled with ice
then you're sure of greatest possible daily savings.
Ocala Ice & Packing Company
Of the Annual Meeting of the Stock Stockholders
holders Stockholders of the Florida Orange
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the FLORIDA ORANGE GROVE
CORPORATION will be held in the
office of L. W. Duval, Holder block,
Ocala, Florida, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m., Tuesday, January 2nd,
A. D. 1923, for the annual election of
directors and such other business as
may be properly brought before the
C P. Anderson, President,
And H. P. McCurdy and
F. H. McCurdy, Directors.
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. Roberta, Commtnder.
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conyentions of GuC Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. on th'fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p jn.
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
The Munroe & Chambliss National.
Bank of Ocala, a Corporation,
Complainant, vs. J. R. Barr, et
Order for Constructive Service.
j ii is oraerea mat me ueienua.ni,
! Missouri Josephine Barr, be and she is
i hereby required to appear to the bill
Sof complaint heretofore filed in this
j cause, on or before the
i 14th rlav nf Fhniarr 1923
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Lvenmg btar, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
(Seal) T. D. Lancaster, Jr.,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
By R. K. Batts, D. C.
Hocker & Martin,
Solicitors for the Complainant.
W. K. Lane, ZL D, physician &n4
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, bom ai
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cot stent
1r1a M. tf
Let ns supply your groceries. Reas Reas-orable
orable Reas-orable prices and prompt delivery our
slogan. Main Street Market. Phono
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