The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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NINQ
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
LOCAL NEWS
-
RECEIVED TO
PRESS TIME
WEATHER FORECASTRaina tonight, cooler in extreme north portion; Thursday partly cloudy and cooler.
TEMPERATURES This Morfing, 59; This Afternoon, 65.
Sun Rises Tomorrow, 7:21; Sets, 5:33
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY,
27, 1922
VOLUME TWENTY-EIGHT. NO. 309
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THE TURKS WHERE

The British Lion's Claws arc Set in Mosnl Soil and Only Force
Can Remove Them
Lausanne. Dec. 27 A esrwiat

rress). Through Foreign Secretary
Curzon, Great Britain has informed
Turkey the British never will aban
don the Mosul oil vilayet as requested
t.i,:u j., I: i
jj me luiAisu ueiegaiiuu mm utai no;
prolongation of the Near East confer- j
ence can influence the British govern- :

ment to recede from its position. The
Turks had insisted that Mosul belong, j Cleveland, Dec. 27. (By Associated
ed to Turkey. 'Press) Although practically no hope
: i:; held out for the safety of the tug
TURKS ARE TOO BIGOTED j Cornell, search of Lake Erie in an ef ef-London,
London, ef-London, Dec. 27. (By Associated I frt to solve the mystery surrounding
Press) A Reuters dispatch from Lau- the disappearance of the vessel con.
sanne says "there is serious danger j tinued today. The finding of a life life-cf
cf life-cf the Near East conference becoming i hoat containing the, frozen body of
abortive if the Turks persist in their J Michael Paytosh, one of the eight
present methods." I members of the crew,, dispelled any
belief that the Cornell is safe. The
WENDLER INDICTED yawl and its contents were picked up
Jacksonville, Dec. 27.-( Associated i yterday by the Gillmore, one of
Press W. H. Wendler, publisher of the tus assistmg ln he search. Ten
the Flnrid Pnst t Winter Park, the i miles west of the point where the life-

republican daily newspaper which
suspended several months ago, has
been indicted by the federal grand j
jury on the charge of having violated j
the postal laws, according to Assistant
United -States Attorney Reinstein.
Wendler was arrested in Orlando Sept.
2nd on a federal warrant charging
use of the mails to defraud in connec
tion with a circulation campaign and
released on bail.
SAVOIE BATTLED WAY
' THROUGH THE STORM
New York, Dec. 27. (By Associated
Press) The French liner Savoie, ar arriving
riving arriving here today after the roughest
Toyage in her history, reported the
possible loss at sea of the steamship
Tudor Star, bound from Seattle : for
Glasgow. The Tudor Star is operat operates
es operates by the Blue Star Line of the Union
Cold Storage Company.
MUSSOLINI QUALIFIES
v y AS A LINGUIST
Rome, Nv." 28. (By Mail to the
..Associated Press). Benito Mussolini,
th'"jjFouthful legal dictator of Italy, is
an accompiisnea linguist, oesiaes nis
mother tongue, Italian, he possesses,
In. the order named, knowledge of
French, German and English
He learned French at an early age

and he speaks it without the slightest there was a temporary lull, but since
accent. For some years before theatre has been a sharp increase in de

war he was a professor of French lit literature
erature literature in the University of Milan.
While an editor of a newspaper
published in Trento and owned by
Cesare Batisti. the Italian patriot ex
ecuted by the Austrians during the
war, he studied German, and while
his pronounciation is not on a par
with his French, he has a profound
knowledge of Goethe's tongue.
Seriously wounded during the war
he remained two months in a hospital.
There, during hs convalescence, he
took up the study of English.
"I hardly think I could qualify to
make a speech in the American Con
gress," he said to a friend recently,
"but I read the English newspapers
myself.1

Radio in Washington's Jail

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The District of Columbia jail has the distinction of beins the first penal
itpstlrutlon. In the United States to Install a complete radio outfit. By it fre fre-.(Bent
.(Bent fre-.(Bent concerts may be given the more than three hundred prisoners.

THEY CAS GET OFF

ALL HOPE POR THE
CORNELL ABANDONED
4 r l j r
Lifeboat of the Tug and Frozen Body
Of Member of the Crew Found
Drifting in the Lake
boat was found the Gillmore had pre previously
viously previously sighted several oil cans float floating
ing floating on the waves. A slight film of oil
covered the water.
BERLIN SCHOOLS
FORBID BOXING
Berlin, Dec. 10. (By Mail to the
Associated Press). Boxing has been
forbidden in the public school build buildings
ings buildings of Berlin. In announcing the
prohibition, the municipal board of
education gave no reason for the de decision
cision decision simply notifying the rectors
that the gymnasiums could no longer
be used for this form of sport.
The organizations wihch have been
conducting the contests have, in some
cases, been forbidden further access
t the buildings. In other instances
the societies are inaugurating sub substitute
stitute substitute exercises. The Berlin Boxing
Union has taken steps to have the ac action
tion action reversed.
SAVINGS CERTIFICATES
POPULAR IN ENGLAND
London, Dec. 26. National savings
! certificates sold to Jov. 11th, total
',601,479,281 pounds sterling. When the
certificates were changed from 15
shillings and 6 pence to 16 shillings,
mand, and the certificates are now one
o' the most popular investments in
the country. For each sixteen shill shillings
ings shillings invested, the buyer gets one
' pound sterling at the
end of five
j years.
FRADY IS STRONGER
Miami, Dec. 27. Edgar G. Frady,
awaiting trial here for the murder of
his wife last January, was somewhat
stronger today as the result of a sec second
ond second transfusion of blood, the dotcors
said.
j Every so often the German mark
j takes a drop, but it never seems to act
I a? a bracer. Manila Bulletin.

IS RAILROAD EQUIPMENT ADEQUATE?

Interstate Commerce Commission Starts an Investigation on Its
Own Initiative

Washington, Dec. 27. (Associated
Press). An investigation to deter determine
mine determine whether adequate stocks of loco locomotives
motives locomotives and cars are in possession of
American railroads and whether the
railroad customs and practices of con controlling
trolling controlling the use and interchange of
equipment are sufficient, was ordered
today by the Interstate Commerce
Commission, which said it was acting
without complaint and on its own in initiative.
itiative. initiative. INCREASING TRADE ABROAD
Further increases in America's for foreign
eign foreign trade are reflected in figures com compiled
piled compiled by the departmetn of commerce,
showing export." of cotton and linters
for November valued at $109,387,719,
which is about $15,000,000 above the
October total.
OPPOSITION TO THE
AMENDMENT
BORAH
More than a score of republican
senators in an informal conference
this morning before the Senate re reconvened,
convened, reconvened, decided to oppose the
amendment offered by Senator Borah
to the naval appropriation bill, which
would request the president to call an
international economic and disarma disarmament
ment disarmament conference.
WE ARE DEFENSELESS ENOUGH
Senator Lodge, leading the opposi opposition
tion opposition to the Borah move on the floor of
the Senate, opened the attack as soon
as the Senate began work on the pro proposal.
posal. proposal. Lodge, who is said by his col colleagues
leagues colleagues to have ascertained the views
of President Harding, declared it
would be "useless" to attempt fur further
ther further disarmament now.
GREAT DISPLAY AT
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
Tampa, Dec. 27. Pomp and pa pageantry
geantry pageantry in liberal assortment will be
features of the South Florida Fair and
Gasparilla Carnival that opens on
Feb. 1 next and continues through
Ftb. 10. Returning to plans of sever several
al several years ago, abandoned during the
period of the war and immediately
after, parades are to be prominent
among the attractions of the fair.
First of these is to be the military
parade on the opening day, Feb. 1,
when Tampa's recently organized ar
tillery battalion, the 116th Field Ar Artillery,
tillery, Artillery, is to parade,- preceding the
military maneuvers, exhibitions of
stunt riding and sham battle to be
staged at the fair grounds. The pa
rade will be the first public appear
ance in full equipment of the artillery
organization, and the opening day of
the fair, called "Army Day," is to bw
in the hands of the gunners, who are
making preparations to present the
finest military spectacle that has been
seen in Florida since the days of the
Spanish-American war.
Following this, the Mystic Krewe
of Gasparilla is to present what is ex expected
pected expected to be the most gorgeous and
colorful pageant ever witnessed in
Florida, on Monday, February 5th.
The Krewe is arranging for a number
of magnificently decorated floats, in including
cluding including representations of pirate craft
and its buccaneer "krewe" and floats
delineating various phases in the de development
velopment development of South Florida. Plans
on foot also provide for a magnificent
display of fireworks on the night of
February 5th.
Shriners from all over Florida are
to stage a monster parade on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Feb. 8th, which is to be "Shrine
Day" at the fair, and Shriners from
all parts of the jurisdiction are plan planning
ning planning to participate in the affair. It is
announced that this is to ie the big
gest and most thoroughly representa-
tive demonstration the Shrine has ever
presented in South Florida, and this,
to those who are familiar with the
manner in which the Shrine makes
good its promises, is sufficient assur
ance that the pageant will be worth
going miles to witness.
Besides these, a fourth parade is
under consideration, to be held on
''Governor's Day," when Gov. Cary A.

Hardee and his official staff will at- s morning to spend Christmas with his
tend the fair. Arrangements for this mother, Mrs. Arthur Creviston, at the
demonstration, however, have not been Caks. He was accompanied by several
definitely determined. With the three friends, Miss Katherine DaCamara,
big pageants already planned and an- j Miss Ruth Grogan and Mr. Wesley
nounced. the Gasparilla Carnival of j Houser of West Palm Beach, They all
1923 is certain to be the most enter-i went to Ocala to attend the Christ Christ-taining
taining Christ-taining from a spectacular point of i mas dance of the eight o'clock danc-

view, that ever has been held in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Advertise in the Evening Star.

CAPTURE OF SIX
SUSPICIOUS CHARACTERS

Believed in New Orleans To Be The
Robbers of a Kansas
City Bank
New Orleans, Dec. 27. (By the
Associated Press). Four persons,
two men and two women, are being
held by the police here in connection
with the robbery of five messengers
of the Drovers National Bank of Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 12th, in which the
highwaymen are reported to have ob
tained $97,000. The arrest was made
last night at a hotel where they are
said to have been registered for sev several
eral several days. A handbag containing
$8300 believed by the police to be part
cf the loot in the hold-up was found in
a room occupied by one of the couples.
EASTLAKE
Eastlake, Dec. 26. Miss Eleanor
Pedrick left Saturday to spend a week
in Mount Dora with Mr. and Mrs. N.
W. Torrey and Miss Mabel Mudge.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Creviston,
who are at the Oaks for the winter,
graciously entertained a large Christ Christmas
mas Christmas party of friends Monday evening.
Miss Viva Sisson of Jacksonville has
been a guest of Miss Eleanor Kathryn
Lee for ten days.
Mrs. Eli Belisle, accompanied by
her friends, Mrs. Sullier and Mrs. Le Le-Pine,
Pine, Le-Pine, came from Worcester last week,
and are at the Belisle bungalow on
New York avenue for the winter. Mr.
Belisle is expected early In January
to remain during the season.
The ever enjoyable "club suppers"
have been resumed, and the first one
was largely attended with the presi president,
dent, president, Mrs. R. E. McCuen and her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. P. A. Methven as hostesses.
Mrs. Walter Lee and Miss S. J. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers were in charge last week, and Mrs.
Arthur Creviston will act as hostess
next Friday evening.
Mr. Ridd of Honesdale, Pa., who is
at the Reed cottage for the winter, is
so in love with the charms of East East-lake
lake East-lake that he has just purchased a lot
of S. R. Hall on New York avenue
and is planning to build next winter.
Mr. C. E. Clellan of Kentucky, an
annual winter visitor at the lake, is
staying at Mr. Frank Newport's, and
enjoying his favorite sport of fishing.,
Mr. P. A. Methven with eight dogs
arrived at Maczume cottage Friday
evening after a strenuous trip from
his home in Atlanta. He will spend a
month and is making daily hunting
and fishing trips with other kindred
souls, reporting more or less luck but
always lots of fun.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Lee had as
their dinner guests Christmas Mr.
Henry Tamblyn, Miss Tamblyn and
Mr. and Mrs.' Howard V. Lee.
- Maczume. Cottage was the scene of
a festive Christmas party Saturday
evening when Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mc
Cuen and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Methven
most hospitably entertained a large
number of friends with holiday cheer
cf various sorts.
Miss L. J. Starr of Mount Vernon,
who was delighted with her visit, to
Eastlake last winter, is planning to
arrive here the middle of January and
stay at the ever popular Tamblyn
Inn.
Dr. Charles Lussier of Worcester,
Mass., accompanied by his little
grandson, John, and his sisters, Mrs.
DeMarra and Miss Lussier, arrived a
few days ago at his bungalow on New
York avenue and is planning to spend
the winter. He is making improve
rnents to the place and has engaged
i Mr. Clellan to paint the house.
; Mrs. Hall, our genial and popular
i postmistress, was entertained at
j Christmas dinner by Miss S. J. Rog-
i ers
' Dr. Carl Lytle of West Palm Beach,
spent Christmas with his brother, Dr.
j Lytle, near Stanton.
! Mr. Horace Loomis, advertising
manager of the West Palm Beach
j Post, came by automobile. Sunday
ing club.
Mrs. Annie Martin and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Walker of Greenville, S. C,
are at the Martin cottage.

PEDAGOGUES OF FLORIDA ARE
FLOCKING TO ST. PETERSBURG

Address Will be Made by Gov. Hardee to State Educational
Association This Evening

St. Petersburg, Dec. 27. (By the
Associated Press) Hundreds of Flor Florida
ida Florida teachers and several prominent
educators from outside the state ar arrived
rived arrived here today for the annual con convention
vention convention of the Florida Educational As Association.
sociation. Association. The first session will be
held tonight in the high school audi auditorium,
torium, auditorium, at which time Governor Cary
A Hardee will make an address.
EXPECTANCY LN
MOREHOUSE INTENSE
Former. Mayor of Merrouge Arrested
In Baltimore This Morning
Bastrop, Dec. 27. (By Associated
Press). There was an air of expec expectancy
tancy expectancy here and around Merrouge as
department of justice agents renewed
their activities in the Morehouse kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping case and widened their efforts
to run down the persons responsible
for the dynamiting of a nearby lake
which gave up two bodies. It was de declared
clared declared additional arrests were immi imminent.
nent. imminent. Secret service men reported having
located where the dynamite was sold
and some of the men suspected of be being
ing being implicated in the dynamiting are
under surveillance.
McKOIN ARRESTED
Baltimore, Dec. 27 (By Associated
Press). A writ of habeas corpus for
Dr. B. M. McKoin, former mayor of
Merrouge, arrested here yesterday on
a charge of murder in connection with
the kidnaping case in Louisiana, was
obtained this morning. The writ,
which was issued by Chief Judge Gor Gor-ter
ter Gor-ter in the city court, was made return returnable
able returnable immediately. Upon request of
Attorney Carman, counsel for McKoin,
Judge Gorter postponed the hearing
until tomorrow.
ENGLAND HAS VALUABLE
BOOKS ON AERONAUTICS
London, Dec. 26. The council of
the Royal Aeronautical Society an announced
nounced announced recently that through the
generosity of the trustees of the Car
negie United Kingdom Trust it has
been able to arrange for the purchase
of a large number of valuable histor
ical books on aeronautics which would
otherwise have been sold to an Amer
ican company. The books are of in
terest as they were written before the
possibilities of aircraft were fully
realized, and there, are remarkably
few copies known to be in existence.
These works, together with the li
brary already possessed by the socie
ty, makes its collection of early and
modern aeronautical literature prob probably
ably probably unsurpassed in this or any other
country. The books in the society's
library are available to any student in
the British Isles.
An economist is a man who tells
you what to do with your money after
you have done something else with it.
New York American.
Old Dobbin had his faults, but you
didn't have to pour hot water on him
to get him started on a cold morn morning.
ing. morning. Wall Street Journal.

Beating Northcliffe Into Westminster

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i zhJyvf -l WW i

The casket containing the body
I ,of beautiful heraldic embroidery, being

ORLANDO'S BUILDING MARK
IS SET AWAY UP

More Than Three Million Dollars
Invested in the Phenomenal Otj
In the Last Twelve Months
Orlando, Dec. 27.- (By Associated
Press). The building record for Or Orlando
lando Orlando for the year has passed the three
million mark, it was announced at the
city building inspector's office this
morning. With many buildings in
contemplation for the early part of
the coming, year, prospects for
strong start next year arei n sight.
OXFORD
Oxford, Dec. 26. Well, readers of
the Star, a little auto ride last Satur Saturday
day Saturday around about Wildwood, Coleman,
Bushnell, Center Hill, Leesburg,
Fruitland Park, Lady Lake, Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, Belleview, Ocala, then down Or Orange
ange Orange avenue near Shady, where they
tried to have a show but couldnt, then
through Pedr, Long Hammock and
back to Oxford revealed the fact,
judging from the large number of
Christmas trees that were being haul hauled
ed hauled out of the woods, that Santa Claua
was going to do a pretty good busi business
ness business and that the joys of Christmas
are still abroad in the land.
The pupils and teachers of Oxford
who have been away to other towns
all came home to spend the holidays
with home people, and those of other
piaces wno nave Deen attending scnool
at Oxford went home too for the same
pleasure.
.WeJU, Shady, we, scarcely get the
umc oi tne joKe aDour. tne lost speu--
some miserable spelling, to which we
plead guilty to save the expense of a
triaL There is some mistake about
the lost book, for we have been the
proud possessor of a blue-back speller
iui jfvaia, uui am surry to say we
never did possess -the contents there thereof.
of. thereof. If we could get it by a simple
little reward, we would have it pretty
soon. ..
The joke about the show is a pretty
good one, but there is some room for
argument. For instance, Oxford has
about 200 or more in the limits, be-
sides a larger territory from which to
draw on the outside. If we should
judge the number of tickets sold by
the percentage of population, Shady
might be in pretty close company with
us. Live and learn is correct, but
many of us don't.
The remains of Mr. George Smith,
one of the pioneer citizens of Ocala,
were brought to Oxford last Monday
foi interment. Among the relatives
1 .
iwho attended the funeral from Ocala
were Mr. Smith's brother, Mr. Charlie
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. P, Gilmore
and sonfi James and Mrs. B. F. Bor Borden.
den. Borden. Only a few Oxford people at attended,
tended, attended, having no notice. Rev. J. W.
Taylor conducted the services.
Bolts can't injure a party; but they
usually take the nuts along with
them. Petersburg Examiner.
of Lord Northcliffe, draped with a pall
borne Into Westminster Abbey for th



OCA LA WEEKLY STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1922

Ocala Evening Star z

Sumter's model highway, on over
dark stretch, via Dade City and

Plant City to Tampa and beyond."

Patnufte Everr Dr Except By T
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

CARD OF THANKS FROM

THE WOMAN'S CLUB

FELLOWSHB?

Fellowship, Dec. 27. Well, Christ-

The municiDal Christmas tree eave j mas has come and tone and we hope

Clayton C. Codringtw7editorofi pleasure to a large throng on Satur- every one had a good time and we

the DeLand News, and secretary of May night and the Woman's Club feels wish for them a happy and prosper-

the Associated Dailies of Florida, that all those jvho contributed money ous New Year.
sends to members of .the association and work felt amply repaid when they Misses Sarah and Callie Ferguson
and some other papers handsome looked on the sea of eager, happy are spending the holidays with their
Christmas cards, each carrying the faces of the little folks and up at the Barents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Fer-

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cond-cla.s matter.

TELEPHONES
WlKM Of flee ..FlT-Ome

l&dJt-rlal DeptrtncBt

Society Reperter . .

Tw-SertB

Fire-Oae

H. J. Blttl-scr, Preside-
H. D. Leaveaced, Tlee-Pret4est

P. V. Leave, Seeretary-Trvaaarev foliowing wen known old verse, which stately pine with its brilliant star, guson.

he says is what "The Editor Should The club would like to thank all At the regular meeting of the W.

Entered at Oca!a. Fla., postof flee as Be"; those who helped make the tree pos- O. W. of Fellowship the following of

'For the right that needs assistance; sible. First, the members of the spe- ficers were elected: A. S. Pickett, C,

'Against the wrong that needs resist- cial committee who planned and di- C: Georee Johns. A. L.: H. J. Mc-

ance; rected the work, Mrs. C. W. Hunter, Cully, clerk; S. J. McCully, banker;

"For the future in the distance IMrs. John Good and Mrs. Harvey V. M. Seckineer. escort; Chris Drig

"And the good that he may do." Clark. Then Mrs. B. F. Condon's eers. watchman: Joe Bamilino, sentry;

MEMBER ASsocjatiij rnbv i fjoftd sentiment. Clavton. and one committee, the members of which se- TV- CI PV rrtivsipianr managers.

.n?ufedA?"Cth we have unsuccessfully tried to lected the fruit; Mrs. J. W. Dumas' s. B. Brooks, R. W. Ferguson and

all news dispatches e" l rii live up to. If editors try, and keep committee, which spent the entire day Ruben Turner.

also the local news published herein. Ion trying, they can do much good, decorating the tree; Mrs. Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rawls have as

J ,f.np .,T even if they do not succeed. Mrs. Cole and Coburn's minstrel band, their guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.

w..-y-.iw.'c I ., Jt ,r ;l , ... r T-.-l

wno proviaea me music; axrs. w;cu looser or fniiaaeipnia ana mr. raui

DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION rates Manv protests are said to have been Bryant's committee, which packed the Rawls.

mm a rv I i I

One year, in advance 5'oo registered against the re-entry of candy; to the library board for the use Judging from the number of cars

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Three months, in aavance x.ow "Fatty" Arbuckle into tne motion pic- oi me Dasement ana juiss oainauy ui nvirs. J. T. fmilips musi nave enwr- j
One month, in advance I j,,-.. r will W TToira ie kearr en-mnorninn to t.hft etr man- I a W nf nlofiwc and i

lUUUOilJF Auv I J XT 7 J inulCU IJUAIC: ilutinyv. v. ;

n voa r.lAiui Vie anni-nval cr i flpr Mr. MfKenzie and Collier Bros. I t-.ianA, .i'rmoo Aa-r

. m iiiTicivn irra imu w F""-6" "fJ""'"' i i-xrcwuo owc j

?.Y -.t mch for Arbuckle's return. If the public will for the tree and roping off the space; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McCully were

consecutive insertions. Alternate inaer-J sjj0W jts disapproval by refusing to to the mayor, Chief Chambers and the the guests of the former's parents

I -t..- rhat ;nniuthan remain in a house when a picture is fire department and police depart

tlx times 10 cents mer men. epeciu p-iv; ;n
josltion 25 iper cent additional. Rates exniDitea m

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 makes 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

Christmas day and left today to spend

alx times 10 cents roer inch, fipeclal --vsf-j wv,i-, ArWkle takes ment for much kind assistance and Upvprl davs in Palmetto with rela-

k.ltl C ot adl tinnll. K11M

based on four-inch minimum. Less than part, those who seek to dictate will be use of the spotlights; to Mr. Lawton tives and friends

whUh nwm bT "uraished upo ajypTic shown that American people have Bailey, who worked untiringly with Mn s. B. Williams of Terra Ceia,
Hon, .. I taste enough to ban productions that the lights and decorating the tree; to wa sthe guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
i lB7.aA.. AAMa ntati Hits) I n m I

koTtmU&iiXvZ iine are tainted.-Plant City Courier. the Boy Scouts and the wiamoer oi McCully Christmas

for each sequent insemon. wse About the only efficacious way of Commerce, who helped in many ways; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McCully enter-

uuSe . l (a Mi Ct, 1,., nms nf nr . j : a. x J.

cnec&ing an evu in America is w iu "" v-- iiainea me loiiowmg ai vurisiiuis um

make the evil doers lose monev. mary children; to Mr. l. L.. carter, ner: jir and Mrs. R. A. Sandifer

who roasted the nuts and to the &ve- wjth Master Ray and Miss Muriel

C?4-n. rrA 1 o Konnov fnr crpn. I n i r 11 T 1 XT 3 U M n-A

remon-1 tJtoj icsanaiier, jirs. i umi nccunam anu

is neaaea, vv nat ana ne ; gentleman who erous notices. I Miss Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Noble

ow, wnat ior aoes anyDoay want w - . Much aoni
' mtimotiii thai Itmohinof la a nnrm ar iuuui xuul

find that place?

without extra composition charges.

Lesal advertisements at legal rates.

A long article in the Tampa Times

is headed, "What and Where is Hell?"

The Miami Herald mildly

that he will be a candidate to succeed in Miami in twenty-five years We

Frank Clark as representative in
Congress from this district.

J I

5imoM tw lir,,,. i a nnnnkr Mucn appreciation is uue me with Master Kyle and Miss Zeda, Mr.

r f I, ,i i "I J 4-V I .... r-, -r v r

outdoor sport in the Magic City. The wwing lorneir coianuuuuus M s. a wuiiams, Mr. ana Mrs. a. j. jic-

W-mM ava thPrp hasn't hpen a Ivnch- sincere tnanKs oi me cnuu is lCuucu. Cully Mlsses winnirrea ana ueneva

. j , (for nn l .. . .

notary iud McCullv and Mr. and Mrs. U. A. mc

ir O i T : 1 T3 1 111 I 111 I

Hot,' rftmpmhpr nnv PVPPasivA ten. !. national uann. (JullV

dencv of the people of Miami toward Ocala National Bank lO.ou Nearly everybody is through grind-

lynching, but we daresay in that town, Commercial Bank 10.00 ing cane and some are already break-

, m C.w as in many others,
Thow havA Trinriri Aiir that SoniltAI I 9

Couzens of Michigan was born in Can- Partiea would bnn about an lmProve

Ada, and is therefore hot eligible to
the nresidencv. We don't think he

hnnlH wnrrv over that. Henry Tabor was tried m circuit

w . I . r j j l l Tl 1 T

ccurc in iviouni oierimg ior tne tuning

on. t.:u: w I of his little child last summer. He

the ampliation of sneed maniacs to was acquitted. The killing was an

m-tv5. Tfco tmiKlA ohont. thi accident. Tabor shot at his wife,

is no one wants to have his speech

abbreviated when alluding to them.

This town would not object to mix mixing
ing mixing oil with Clearwater. Clearwater

Sun.

missed her and killed the

Owensboro, Ky., Messenger. t
"Guilty as hell, but acquitted on a
technicality."

Those people in Morehouse parish,

It i i rm

A good joke, but we hope it will Louisiana, can i oe so very oau. -in,

orougnt ainner to tne soiaiers snu
chummed with them on Christnias

day. Up north, in one of those highly

come true, friend Sun.

few necktie Woman's Club 10- ing ground for the spring crops, while

The Elks Club lU.UU others are preparing to break ground
The Masons 10.00 There will be a small acreage of vege-

Eastern Stars 5.00 tables planted this spring and a large j

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto i-"" acreage of staple crops. The writer

J H. Benjamin 2.00 hopes the weather man will give us j

Louis Chazal .00 some good cold weather this winter to
Mrs. William Hocker 1.00 jh out the insects and malaria.

Mrs. T. P. Drake 1.00 e had a very interesting game of

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris 1.0U basketball yesterday morning. The
L. W. Duval 1.00 teachers and visitors of this and the
Mr. Arnold 25 Blitchton neighborhood played our
Knights of Pythias Lodge 10.00 rrgular home team. The score was
Mr. William Edwards 1.00 22 to 2 in favor of the home team.

M. C. C. Balkcom 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Collins, Mr.
Mr. Chester Fort 1.00 Elmo and Misses Florenec and Ruby
Mr. Joe Brennan 1.00 Fay and Mr. Ray Hardee of Ocala and
Mr. J. D. Good 1.00 Mr. W. J. Collins of Fort Mills, S. C,
Rev. C. L. Collins 1.00 WPre thp p.lieRts of Mr and Mrs. S. J.

child.

. The Sun did not copyright the sug- ."TT' V VT Ya Mr- and Mrs. C. Camp 7.00 McCullv Sunday afternoon.
gestion that Oldsmar be called "Oils- civilized industrial centers, they would H dman P l QQ McCully bunday afternoon.

more." The Sun has no objection to -v siung pmans & Smith, apples

other papers using the word. Clear- "uuaui """""

m Knasi

Show us the oil first,

A New York reformer has raised

Moses Grocery Company, apples.
Lewis-Chitty Company, candy.
Mrs. E. B. Green, oranges.
B. L. Adams, oranges.

NOTICE

-THE BRIDGE BUILDER

And we have one week before th6 the question "Should a teacher wear

bills come in-let's go fishing. San- earrings?" -Tampa Tribune.

ford Herald. Not long ago, the New York school

. ......... I xi j: I

Better be digging lor money to pay auinonues came very near uctiuing oW mant traveling a lone highway.

the bills you will need credit again that women teachers should not quail- j Cam at th evening cold and gray

All Knights Templar are requested

to bring their Knights Templar uni uniforms
forms uniforms for installation Dec. 27th. Be
at the Masonic hall at 7:30 p. m.

A. L. Lucas, E. Com.
B. L. Adams, Recorder. 26-2t

next December.

Ify to wear wedding rings. New York

teachers seem to have a tough time.

The Kuklux. Klan is being blamed
'for "the destruction of Notre Dame
Cathedral at Quebec. The Kuklux

must be very numerous. They are

'blamed for every crime in the United
States and Canada.

To a ehaam deep and wide.

Tfae old man crossed In a twllUrht dim.

!TOT the sullen stream held no fear for

him.

IS REAL "DANCE OF DEATH" A

The splendor of days and starry

nights at sea invigorate and rest one.

For he turned when he reached the other Ask Mr- C- M- Haile general agent.

It is reported that the one time
clown prince of Germany will visit

America. If he does, we daresay
'there can be found enough poor white
trash to give him an ovation, and of

course no decent man will touch him.

We hope our esteemed contempo contemporaries
raries contemporaries will excuse us for not nothing
their Christmas editions. They were
so many, so large and so excellent,
that we had not time to read, let alone
do justice in ink to, them.

Give Fatty Arbuckle a chance. He
not only is not as black as painted but
not half as black as those who did the
painting. Times-Union.
Nobody has painted Fatty. Paint
wont stick on slime.

The only time LaFollette is militant
is during such time as his country is
not at war. The same kind of men
have been known to hide under the
'ammunition wagon in earlier wars.
'Leesburg Commercial.
The sutler's wagon, you mean?

A letter, claiming to be from Fatty I
"Arbuckle, and quoting scripture, ap

peared in the morning papers of

Christmas day. It is well known that
Fatty is too ignorant to write sueh a
letter, so it was undoubtedly typed
for him by some venal writer.

Weasel's Clever Acting Procures for

Kim Many a Dainty Peed of
the Succulent Lapwing.

The death dance of the weasel rs j
quite the cleverest act performed by
any wild creature to obtain food. He

-will practice upon lapwings, for these

.birds are very inquisitive. He sees
the birds in the middle of a large
meadow. Running through the grs,
he gets as near to them as he ctyi
without being seen. Now he begins
to dance; he jumps up and down not

every quickly at first, but just raising j
himself above the grass. The birds
cease feeding and look at the strange

creature.

The weasel now seems to go quite
mad. He twists, tumbles, falls over
and over, bounces up and down, but
all the time getting just a ttttla
closer to the bird he has marked. The
lapwings prying nature sends them
otoaer to the little animal. Wilder
grow his antics, closer and closer he
works toward the birds. He is now in

the middle of an admiring group. Sud

denly there is a spring, a startled cry
from a bird, a flutter of frightened
wings, and the birds fly off. But the
teeth of the weasel are fixed firmly in

the neck of the bird he has won.

Aod bnllded a bridge to pan the tide.

"CM man," cried a fellow pilgrim near.
"Ton are wasting your strength with

building here.

Tour Journey will end with the ending

day

iWid you never again will pass this way.
Tou have crossed this chasm deep and

wide.
Why build a bridge at eventide V

And the builder raised his old gray head,

"Good friend, on the path I have come,"

be said,
"Tbere foioweth after me today

youth whose feet will pass this way.

Thi stream which has been naught to me.
To tfeat fair-haired boy may a pitfall be.

Ha. too. must cross in the twilight dim.

Good A tend, rm building this bridge for

hlij."

Nation's Business.

Jacksonville, about

Miners service.

Merchants and

It

Prince and Fussell,

Plumbing and Electrical Contractors

Successors to H. W. Tucker
Phone 300. tf

VILLAGE OF SWISS WOMEN

Says the Sumterville Times. "Chair-

vman Hunt and Secretary Woods again:
inspected the six-mile dark stretch of.

Hernando county road last Saturday,

and found it travelable, thanks to
-State Engineer Hallowes, Contractor
Smith of Croom, Chairman Philips
nd Member Green, of the state road

department. Now tell the world thei

road is good 'from end to end,' and let
the procession of autos southward
take this short highway from Ocala

Instead of Platinum.

More than once within the past fewj
yeaf s has platinum sold for more
than twice the value of gold. The
United States consumes more of the

metal than any other country. Es

pecially interesting, therefore, is the
report that abroad a firm has pro produced
duced produced a metal alloy that may in time
become a cheap substitute for It. It
appears that this alloy contains 35 per
cent of Iron, 60 per cent of chromium
and from 2 to 3 per cent of vnolvt-

denum. It Is said to be unaffected:
by .hydrochloric acid, as well as nitric

and sulphuric acids, and even to with

stand boiling in aqua regla, the pow

erful mixta re of nitric and hydro hydrochloric
chloric hydrochloric acids. Since the alloy so re

sists heat and acids, it should be val

uable in the manufacture and thei

analysis of chemicals.

Men Live Only Temporarily at Cham-

' pery Because of Constant Lack

of Work.
The village of Champery, in Switzer Switzerland,
land, Switzerland, canton of Valais, from which
the ascent of the Dent de Midi Is
started, according to the Berliner Mor Mor-genpost,
genpost, Mor-genpost, has two claims to fame; Its
beautiful location and the fact that it
Is inhabited most of the time exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively by women. Only a few officials be be-loag
loag be-loag to the strong sex, whose repre representatives,
sentatives, representatives, although natives of the
village, stay there only temporarily.
The reason for this strange phenome phenomenon
non phenomenon is that there Is no work for the
rsen. The little agricultural labor re required
quired required for the poor acres of the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding land Is performed by the
women. The men jf Champery are
therefore compelled to look for work
abroad.
The women are beautiful and strong.
They wear neither skirt nor corset, but
breeches and jerkin, while a red hand handkerchief
kerchief handkerchief wound around the bead
serves as a hat. The young girls
amuse themselves with dancing, of
which they are particularly fond, and
with skiing. The old women indulge
passionately in smoking, and fill their
pipes with self-raised herbs.

(Evening Star Dec 25, 1902)

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

Plumbing & Hectrical
Contracting

Full line of material always
in stock. Estimtaes cheerfully
given.
PHONE 232

Needham Motor Co.

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

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SCENE FROM "MUTT AND JEFF TEMPLE THEATEE DEC. 2STH



OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, JXii UARY 27, 1922

BiDSe TEouqSit fir. Today
ETERNAL PROTECTION : Ths
Lord shall preserve thy going out and
thy coming In from this time forth,
aad even for evermore. Psalm 121 : S,

NOTICE
James Hall, the real estate man,
wishes to announce that B. H. Adams
is now associated with him. Mr.
Adams comes to us from the north,
where he has had many years exper experience
ience experience as an auctioneer, selling both
real estate and personal property. If
you have anything to sell call, write
or telephone. Office in Florida House,
Ocala, Fla. Phone 218. 12-22-6t
Call 471-B!ue for the best red oak
and pine strand wood. Four-foot
wood $3.50. E. Gibbons, North Os Osceola
ceola Osceola street. 16
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
A Word
To the Wise!
There's a time for all things.
It's now time to have your
car painted and topped. The
'fall season's here and a paint
job done now will stay a year.
Bring your car to us and be
satisfied. When better paint
jobs are done Spencer-Ped-rick
Motor Company will do
them.
SPENCER PEDRICK
MOTOR CO,
PHONE 8
id ji nmmMimsamaaajmmuui .." n
PAIATKA-OCALA
BUS LINE
OTDULE
Leave Palatka 8:00 A. M.
Arrive Ocala 11:45 A. M
Leave Ocala 2:00 P. M.
Arrive Palafca..,.(:09 P. M.
Qcala leaving ppint; Qcala House.
Palatka leaving point, James hotel
Route via Anthony, Sparr,
Citra, Orange Springs, Kenwood
and Rodman.
C. P. PILLANS, Prop.
Ocala, Phone $27
DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED- 4
ALWAYS USB
QtMIUESIEV'
TU Eoonomy BAKMS POWOBt
H. B. MASTERS CO.
Bird and Pet Store
WEST BROADWAY
Phone 643
P. 0. BOX 340
HUNTER'S WOOD YARD
Corner Magnolia and S. Third
OAK AND PINE WOOD
Any Length
U. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Advertise in the Evening Star.

OCALA OBSERVANCES

If you have any news items for this
department, phone five-one.
Mrs. Holland and son, Hugo left
yesterday morning for a week's trip
to Miami.
Mrs. M. E. McCullough left yester yesterday
day yesterday for a week's visit with her sister,
Mrs. B. M. Bishop in Archer.
A number of the younger dancing
set enjoyed a subscription dance at
the Woman's Club last night.
Mr: and Mrs. W. M. Palmer have
returned from a pleasant Christmas
visit to relatives in Clearwater.
Stove wood, $2 per load. R.
Todd Lumber Company. 25-tf
H.
Miss Camille Smith returned to
Jacksonville today after a visit of
several days at her home in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Murphy spent
Christmas in Ocala with friends. They
have returned to their home in Tampa.
The friends of Mrs. E. J. Mills Mills-Price
Price Mills-Price will regret to hear that she had
the misfortune to break her right arm
Friday.
After a visit of a few days with his
mother, sister and brothers, Mr. Leon
Fishel has returned to his home in
Baltimore.
The more our customers see of our
methods of handling fresh meats, the
better we like it. Come to see us.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. tl
Mr. W. J. Frink of Sumica, who
spent Christmas in Ocala with his
family at the home of Mr. D. E. Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, has returned home.
Mrs. N. Hickman has been ill at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, for the past week, and her friends
hope that she will soon be convales convalescent.
cent. convalescent. Narcissus bulbs, with and without
bowls at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. McCullough and
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCullough of
Punta Gorda, after a pleasant visit in
Ocala with Mr. and Mrs, M. E. Me
Cullough have returned home.
Mr. W. J. Wilson is opening a naval
stores location near Citra and expects
to make that town his home. He has
recently purchased the home place of
J. W. Melton and is now living there
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office aver 5 and 10 cent
store, Ocala, Flu, tf
Miss Elizabeth Bivens of Clearwa
ter arrived in. Qcala yesterday after
noon for a visit with Miss Eloise
Henry. Miss Bivens has visited here
bfcfore and her friends are giving her
a cordial welcome.
Mr. B. A. Weathers and daughter,
Mrs. George Ford, who spent Christ
mas at Lakeland, the guests of Mr
and Mrs. Vernie Stevens, have return
ed home. They were accompanied, by.
Margaret Stevens, who will spend the
remainder of her vacation here.
DEWEY'S RESTAURANT
"On the Square," west side. Oysters
and fish daily. Open all night tf
Mrs. Neil M. Allred of Washington
D. C, is visiting at the home of Mr.
and Jfrs. Nathan. Mayo in Summer-
field, having arrived Sunday. Mrs,
Allred made her home in Ocala for a
number of years and it well remem
bered as Miss Nellie Hubbard, and
her friends are delighted to see her
again.
Mrs. Fred C. Tichner of Cortlandt
N. Y., is expected to arrive in Ocala
January 7th for a visit with her sis
ter, Mrs. Paul Theus. This is the first
time that Mrs. Tichner has visited
Ocala since her marriage and her
friends are looking forward to her
coming with much pleasure. They
are also anxious to make the acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance of her little twin daughters, who
will accompany her.
Let us supply your groceries. Reas
onable prices and prompt delivery our
slogan. Main Street Market. Phone
108. 1-tf
. Some new candles at THE BOOK
SHOP. 27-3t
, Superintendent H. G. Shealy left
yesterday for St. Petersburg, to at attend
tend attend the meeting of the State Teach Teachers'
ers' Teachers' Association in the Sunshine City.
Miss Meyer and Miss Snow, mem members
bers members of the faculty of the Cathedral
School at Orlando, were the guests of
MrsTTKf T. Adams Christmas. They
returned to Orlando yesterday.

OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO

(Evening Star Dec. 27, 1902)
Jake Brown of the Teapot Grocery
remembered his customers Christmas
by sending each a pretty box con containing
taining containing three bottles of very fine per perfume.
fume. perfume. He also made each of his
clerks presents. Jake never .forgets
his friends.
R. A. Burford and Waldo Martin
went to Sugar Hammock yesterday
afternoon after quail and returned
ast evening with forty and three
snipe, lney enjoyed their mint very
much.
Practically the first of the society
events marking the opening of the
season in Ocala and one of the pleas pleas-antest
antest pleas-antest events of its kind was the Ger German
man German given last night at the Ocala
House by the Nine O'Clock German
Club. There were over twenty cou
ples and a number of visitors present.
The following took part in the dance:
Misses Emily Ford, Mona Hiller, Sara
Harris, Violet Harris, Sue Barco,
Esther Weathers, Lena Bullock, John Johnnie
nie Johnnie Liddon, Gertrude Perada, Messrs.
Geo. H. Ford, Chas. H. Lloyd, Stephen
ewett, Sidney Hiller, O. B. Howse,
ohn Mathews, Robert Mathews, Geo.
R. McKean, E. J. Crook, John Taylor,
W. H. Powers, W. T. Wheeler, C. L.
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Mcintosh, Mr.
and Mrs. L. R. Chazal and Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Miller.
Ocala Ten Years Ago
(Evening Star Dec. 27, 1902)
The doors of the Harrington Hall
have been open today to visitors, and
many Ocala people and not a few from
other places have looked through the
new hostelry. We have not time to
describe it today but will say it is a
gem of a hotel. In remaking the old
Montezuma into this beautiful and
commodious edifice, Mr. R. S. Hall has
hown great public spirit. He has
done well by his home city and the
Star hopes he will be well paid.
No announcement of the year has
been received with more cordial in interest
terest interest that the engagement of Miss
Esther Marion Weathers to Mr.
George Horace Ford, owing to the
popularity of both of the young peo people.
ple. people. The announcement was the oc occasion
casion occasion for many parties, but none sur
passed the brilliant dance last evening
at the Country Club, where Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Lloyd and Mrs. Violet
owers entertained nearly a hundred
of their friends complimenting Miss
Weathers.
Dr. James Chace is in the city,
spending a few days the guest of his
son, Dr. J. E. Chace.
The Young Ladies' Bridge Club met
for its regular Friday game today at
three o'clock at the home of Miss
Adele Bittinger. The club members
playing were Misses Fannie Robinson,
Mary Burford, Clara Johnson, Sara
Davis, Annie Davis, Lyda McDougal,
Eugenia Fuller, Bettie Mclver, Marie
van Engelken, Annie Atkinson and
with them were the following visitors,
Mrs. Violet Powers, Misses Ethel
Harrell, Dorothy Schreiber, Marion
Dewey, Rosebud Robinson, Helen
Brown, Janet Weathers, Hester Dew Dewey.
ey. Dewey. At the conclusion of the games,
fruit salad sandwiches, olives, pickles,
hot tea and fruit cake were served.
Miss Betty Mclver will be the next
hostess.
MATRIMONIAL
On Christmas ete, Judge Futch tied
the matrimonial knot for two of our
much-Uked young people, Mr. W. E
Linderman and Miss Henrietta Usry,
The judge, Tuesday, issued a mar
riage license for Mr. Cyril Copp of
Jacksonville and Miss Marie Grum
bles, one of the most charming and
accomplished young ladies of Dunnel-
lon.
Supposed victim of amnesia in De
troit has forgotten all his friends,
Ho wlucky, with Christmas coming.
Oklahoma News.
Arrival and departure of passenger
ains at OCALA UNION STATION
fhe following schedule figures pub
ished as information and not guar-
jteed.
(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 S :24 pm
3:24 pm St. Petersburg 1:25 pm
5:15 am Jacksonville 9:00 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:16 pm
7:10 am (p) Wilcox 6:45pm
7:25 am (j) Lakeland 11:03 pm
(p) Monday, Wednesday. Friday. -j)
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Leave for Station Arrive from
2:34 am Jacksonville-N'York 1:55 am
t : 50 pm Jacksonville 1 :15 pm
4:06 pm Jacksonville 4:06 pm
Tampa-Manatee-1:55
am St. Petersburg 2:34 am
2:55 am NYork-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

AM

SCHEDULES

Fraternal Orders
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Julie Weihe, W. 1L
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
Joseph Malever, N. G.
H. G. Shealy, Secretary.
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.
WOODMEN OF TiiE WORLD
Fort Xing Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall every second and fourth
riday evenings of each month at 8
o'clock. Visiting sovereigns are al
ways welcome.
P. W. Whiteside, G C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren elways welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
W. R. Pedrick, E. R.
J. P. Galloway, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
I. U. Forbes, C C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, meets the
third Friday of each month at armory
at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
F. W. Ditto, Commander,
L. T. Craft, Adjutant.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
Ocala Command-
ery Number 19,
Knights Templar,
meets every sec
ond Friday night
in each month at
8 o'clock at the
Masonic Hall. A. L. Lucas, E. C.
B. L. Adams, Recorder,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p
A. L. Lucas, H. P.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASUMC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Mo. 19, F. & A.
M., meets cn the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month t
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
A. C. Blowers, W. VL
B, L. Adams, Secretary.
FOR CONSJIPATIOU
Black-Draught Recommended by
an Arkansas Farmer Who H&s
Used It, When Needed,
for 25 Years.
Hatfield, Ark. Mr. Q. W. Parsons, 1
well-known farmer on Route 1, this place,
says: "I keep Black-Draught in my borne
all the time. It is the best all-around
medicine I have ever found for the Over
and for constipation. We began using it
25 or more years ago and. have used it
whenever needed since. I have srver
found any other medicine as good for
constipation, and that was what I suffer
ed with till I began using Black-Draught
Black-Draught corrected this condition,
and now we use it for the liver and for
indigestion a tight and sraggish feeling
after meals, for bad taste in the mouth
and sour stomach.
"My wife uses it for headache ana
biliousness. It sets on our shelf and we
don't let it get out It has been a great
help to us. I believe a great deal of
sickness is caused by hurried eating and
constipation, and Black-Draught, if taken
right, will correct this condition."
Get Thedford's, the origins! and only
genuine Black-Draught powdered over
medicine. Sold everywhere. NC-150
We buy second-hand furniture. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Farmers Supply Company, Ex Exposition
position Exposition street. tf

HOUCE OP 13TKAT1031 TO AJPFLT

X)K. LETTERS PATEXT
Notice Is hereby eiven that tho uti
derslgned will apply to the governor
oz tne state or Florida, at Tallahassee,
on me mo aay 01 January. A. IX 1923,
Reddick State Bank, under the follow
ing proposed charter, the original of
I the secretary of state of the said state
woica is now on me in the office of
or loriaa.
Witness our names this the 29th day
r AOTemDer, a. xj. ivzz.
J. H. WILLIAMS.
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B. 6. DANS BY.
P. T. McCLELLAN.
T. I BROTHERS.
J. M. SMITH.
J. B. DeVORE.
H. O. TONGUE.
W. H SHEROUSE.
, C J. EAST.
I M. REDDING, JR.
A. M. COOK.
HENRY GATREIJU 6R.
W. A. HALL
D. S. CROMARTTE.
NELLE B. PETTEYS.
J. C. DUPREE.
C. M. CARN.
CECIL WILLIAMS.
G. I. BENT LEY.
J. P. DUPREE.
E. B. GEORGE.
. MRS. BESSIE GIBSON.
--. L. B. OSTEEN.
J. J. STEPHENS.
E. D. ROU.
J. B. HORRELL.
H. W. BISHOP.
P. T. LEWIS.
JAMES P. BISHOP.
GLOVER DENHAM.
N. A. PERRY.
CHAS. H. BROWN.
PROPOSED CHARTER OP THE RED RED-DICK
DICK RED-DICK STATE BANK
The undersigned incorporators here hereby
by hereby associate themselves together for
the purpose of becoming incorporated
and forming' a corporation under and
by virtue of the laws of the state of
Florida, with and under the following
proposed charter:
The name of the corporation shall be
The Reddick State Bank and Its place
of business shall be in the town of Red Reddick,
dick, Reddick, in the county of Marlon, and
state of Florida.
H.
The general nature of the "business
to be transacted shall be that of a gen general
eral general banking- business with powers In Incident
cident Incident thereto as provided by the
statutes of the state of Florida.
III.
The amount or the capital stock of
the said corporation shall be Fifteen
Thousand ($15,000.00) Dollars, to be
divided Into one hundred and fifty
shares of the par value of One Hundred
tiioo.oo) Jjoiiars eacn, to o paia in
cash.
IV.
The term for which said corporation
shall exist shall be ninety-nine years.
v.
The business of the said corporation
shall be conducted by the following of officers:
ficers: officers: A (president, one or more vice-
presidents, a board of eight directors, a
cashier and such other officers and em
ployees as the corporation may au authorize.
thorize. authorize. The board of directors may
appoint subordinate officers and em employees,
ployees, employees, with such TMjwers, duties and
terms of office as they may prescribe.
or as may be Trovidea Dy the ny-iaws,
not Inconsistent with the banking
laws.
VI.
rr-hA directors shall be elected by the
stockholders at each annual meeting.
All other officers and employees snail
be elected annually by the board of
directors. The annual meeting or tne
stockholders, shall be held on the sec second
ond second Tuesday in Jan"ary of each rear.
vil.
Until the officers elected at the first
annual meeting of the stockholders
shall be qualified, the business of said
corporation shall be conducted by the
following named oincers: j. .m. omnn,
president; J. H. Williams, first vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; N. A. Perry, second vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, and J. B. Horrell, cashier,
ana j. m. eomitn. j. tn. wuiuras, n. a.
Perry. J. B. Horrell. M. Redding Jr.,
G. I. Bentley. E. D. Rou and H. Gat Gat-reil
reil Gat-reil Sr., directors.
VIII.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or other liability to which the saia
corporation shall at any time subject
ltseir snail ne as nmiteo: oy oecnon
2713 of the General Statutes or tne
state of FlOTida.
i ix.
The names and residences of the sub subscribers,
scribers, subscribers, and the amount of capital
stock subscribed by each, are as fol follows:
lows: follows: No. of
Name Residence bnares
J. H. Williams. Reddick, Fla 10
B. S. Dansby. Reddick, Fla." 1
P. T. McClellan, Reddick. Fla 1
T. I Brothers, Reddick, Fla a
J. M. Smith, Reddick, Fla B
J. B. DeVore. ReddlcK. Kia 1
H. G. Tongue. Reddick, Fla 1
W H. Sherouse. Reddick, Fla 2
C. J. East, Reddick, Fla z
It M. Redding, Jr.. Reddick, Fla....
A f Oook. Reddick. Fla S
W. A. Hall, Reddick, Fla 1
J. S. Cromartie. Reddick, Fla 1
J. C. DuPree. Reddick. Fla
C. M. Carn. Reddick. Fla 1
r?wii wminms. Reddick. Fla 1
G. I. Bentley. Reddick. Fla 5
J. F. DuPree, Reddick, Fla J
E. B. George, Lowell, Fla 1
Mrs. Bessie Grbson. Fairfield, Fla... 1
E. D. Ron, Reddick, Fla S
J. B. Horrell. Ocala, Fla 1?
James F. Bishop, Reddick, Fla 1
nii h vttevs. Mcintosn. iria.... 1
ifes-rv OatrelL Sr Fairfield. Fla... 5
T T AtTihntt Reddick. Fla 2
H. W. Bishop, Reddick, Fla 1
I B. Osteen, Fairfield, Fla 1
T T TwIh. Hawthorne. Fla 25
Glover Denham. Ocala, Fla S j
N. A. Perry. Tampa, Fla zz
Chae- H. Brown, Tampa, Fla z
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
Before me. the underslsmed authority.
Justice of the peace 31st district. Mar
lon county, state or irioriaa, personally
appeared J. H. Williams, ts- e. uansoy,
P. T. McClellan, T. L. Brothers, J. H H-Smlth.
Smlth. H-Smlth. J. B. DeVore, H. G. Tongue, W.
H. Sherouse, C. J. East, L M. Redding
Jr.. A. M. Cook, W. A. Hail. is. cro cromartie,
martie, cromartie, J. C Dupree, Bessie Gibson,
Cecil Williams, G. L Bentley. J. F. Dn Dn-pTee,
pTee, Dn-pTee, E. B. George, Glover Denham,
B. D. Rou, C. M. Carn. H W. Bishop,
James F. Bishop. Henry Gatrell, Sr.. L.
B. Osteen. J. J. Stephens and Nelle B.
Petteys .all to an wen Known, ana
known to -be to te the Individuals de described
scribed described ra, and who executed the fore-
e-otar vrooosed charter or Tne Keaaic
State Bank, and each (being duly sworn.
severally acknowledges tnai ne ana
he respectively executed the same for
the uses and purposes therein express-
in witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official
seal. this the 29th day of November, A.
D'(Sel) W. A. TONGUE,
Justice of the Peace 31st District, Mar Marlon
lon Marlon County, Florida.
My commission expires the 4th day of
January. 1925.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF ALACHUA.
T.fnr. m th iindera!amed notary
public In and for the state of Florida
at large, personally pprwj -Lewis,
to me well known, and known
to me to be the Individual described tn.
and who executed the foregoing pro
posed charter of The ReddlcK btate
Bank, and who being sworn, acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged that he executed the same for
the uses and purposes therein ex expressed.
pressed. expressed. T-n witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my notarial
seal this the 6th day of December, A.
D(Seal) THOMAS J. HAMMOND.
Notary Public, State of Florida at
Large. My commission expires -Oct.
10th. U23.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF HILLSBOROUGH. ;
Before me. the undersigned notary
public tn and for the state of Florida
at large, personally appeared K. A.
Psrry and Charles H. Brown, both to

me wen known, and known to me to
be the Individuals described in. and
who executed the foregoing proposed
charter of The Reddick State Bank,
and each being duly sworn, severally
acknowledged that he executed the
same or the uses and purposes therein,
expressed.
In witness whereof. I hare hereunto
set my hand and affixed by notarial
seal this the 8th day of December,, A.
D. 1922.
(Seal) E. F. BLAKE,
Notary PubLc State of Florida, at
Large. My commission expires June
13. 1923.

STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
Before me. the undersigned authori authority,
ty, authority, a notary public in and for the state
of Florida at large, personally appeal,
ed J. B. Horrell. to me well known and
known to me to be the Individual de described
scribed described in. and who executed the fore foregoing
going foregoing proposed charter of The Reddick
State Bank, and who being duly sworn.
acknowledged that he executed the
same for the uses and purposes therein
expressed.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my notarial
seal this the 11th day of December,
A. D. 1922.
(Seal) D. NIEL FERGUSOX.
Notary Public State of Florida t
Large. My commission expires March
ISth, 1925.
AUTO REPAIRING :
WELDING
GENERAL REPAIRING
PAINTING
RADIATOR REPAIRING
RET0PPKG
GAS OIL GREASE
DIXIE HIGHWAY
GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER
121 West Broadway
Ocala, Florida.
SEVEN DAY SERVICE
Phone 258 Night Phone 533
C. CECIL BRYANT
AUDITOR
Income Tax Consultant
Phone 481 Bloc
Room 23, Qulder Block
WORN NERVES
Nervous troubles, with backache.
dizzy spells, oueer pains and irregular
kidneys, give reason to suspect kidney
weakness and to try the remedy that
has helped your neighbors.
Mrs. G. R. Cook, 710 Alvarez St,
Ocala. says: "1 can hardly describe
the misery I endured from, backache
some months ago. Many times when
I went to pick up the dust pan, a
stitch took me in the small of my
back and I could scarcely straighten.
I was nothing but a bunch of nerves.
and everything worried me. My feet
bloated badly and I couldn't wear my
shoes. I felt tired and languid and at
times 1 couldn t sleep. I read about
Doan's Kidney Pills and purchased a
box at the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
They soon helped me and two boxes
of Doan's strengthened me up in fine
shape. I felt like a different woman."
Price 60c. at aU dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy fet
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Cook had. Foster-Milbnrn Ho:.
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 7
w
rE do not charge
0
any thing extra
for the high quality of
printing we do or the
quick service.
Let us do your next
job in commercial
printing.
Phone 51
Star Publishing Co.
A pflotless 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 .target
either on or off the ground with sur surprising1
prising1 surprising1 accuracy.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1922

WEDDING AT INGLIS

Wednesday, Dec. 20, at nooif; at the
home of the bride's parents on the

gulf, it was my privilege to unite in
matrimony Mr. H. W. Knight and
Miss Nancy Hodges, both of Inglis.
After the wedding we were invited
into the dining room and of all the
dinners I ever sat down to, this was
the best. Mrs. Hodges is in a class
all by herself when it comes to pre preparing
paring preparing a dinner. The groom is super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the Dunnellon Phosphate
Company's plant at Inglis. He has
held this position for over three years
and has the highest esteem by all who
know him. The bride is one of the
loveliest little women it has ever been
mv rvrivilpo'0 to mppt Sh ia tin

"J r e -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of
Inglis. They left immediately on
their bridal tour on the east coast, far
down as Miami. After January 15th
they will be at home to their friends.
I feel especially interested in this pair
as it was my privilege to baptize and
receive them into the church and no
truer did the Lord .select Isaac and
Rebecca than he did Horace and Nancy
to be man and wife. May their joys
be as deep as the ocean and their sor

rows as light as the foam, and may
Heaven's richest blessings ever attend
them. E. D. Boyer.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

OCALA OGCURREHCES
If you have any local or society
items for the Star, phone five-one.

Mr. A. W. Keeffe has returned to
Gainesville after a short but pleasant
stay at his home in this city.

The friends of Mrs. Alice Vogt will
regret to hear that she has been ill at
her home on East Fourth street for
some time.

Miss Donnie Sims of Ocala, Miss
Ola Sims of Groveland and Mr. Law Law-ton
ton Law-ton Sims of Punta Gorda, spent
Christmas at their parents' home in
Anthony.

Gardner's famous fruit cake, layer

cake, pound cake and raisin cake at

Main Street Market. Phone 108. 10-tf

The names of Mr. Snook and Mrs.
Norton Davis were omitted from the

list of donors to the community
Christmas tree, the former contribut

ing oranges and the latter candy.

Miss Mamie Ruth Sanders, of the

faculty of the Woman's College at
Tallahassee, who has been spending
Christmas with her father in Dunnel-

on, will arrive in Ocala this after

noon to spend the remainder of her

vacation with her aunt, Mrs. George

W. Martin.

ODD FELLOWS ELECTION

At the semi-annual election held by
Tulula Lodge Tuesday night the fol following
lowing following officers were chosen:
Frank Churchill, noble grand.
Chas. E. Tubbs, vice grand."
George L. Taylor, secretary.
H. D. Stokes, treasurer.

Representatives to the Grand Lodge,

E. E. Converse and F. W. Ditto; alter- j
np.tes, W. E. Linderman and W. L. j
Colbert. j
The secretary and treasurer are j
eletced for a year; the other officers j
for six months. The appointive offi- j
cers will be chosen on the night of in- j
stallation, which will probably be next j
Tuesday evening. At the meeting j
Tuesday evening, Dec. 19th, the fol-j
lowing received the third degree: j
Messrs. Sam Phillips, Grover Stafford, j
J. S. Tucker, W. H. Terrell, Charles
Thomas, Ben Daniel, W. E. Melson, j
Roy Cam and W. R. Atkinson. Atj
the meeting of the lodge Tuesday j
night, a new class, Messrs. Evans,;

Bell, J. T. Atkins and George Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, began its course with the initi initiatory
atory initiatory degree.

(RATES under this heading ar a
fol"9wa: Maximum of six lines one time
5c; three times 50c; six times 75c; one
month $3.00. All accounts payable La
adraaee except to those who have reg regular
ular regular advertising accounts.
FOUND A sum of money. Owner
may have same by proving property
and paying for this ad. Mrs. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Coner, 425 Oklawaha. 27-3t

COWS I have one fine Jersey one one-fourth
fourth one-fourth Guernsey heifer for sale.
Will be fresh in a few days. Also
two Jersey heifers about ten and

eleven months old.
W. D. Carn.

Will sell cheap.
12-27-tf

ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT
Per box all washed and wrapped,
best grade, $3.25. Russets and sec second
ond second grade, $2.75. Loose oranges
washed $1.25 per hundred for best

grade $1 for russets. W. D. Carn,

. E. Fort King Ave. 27-tf

FORDS We have them. 1922 tour touring;
ing; touring; 1921 roadster; 1922 light truck;

1921 worm drive truck, with cab and
body; .1918 light truck. In Al con condition.
dition. condition. Prices right and terms. The

Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co., phone

8, Ocala, Fla. 27-tf

WANTED Energetic young man to

act as distributor for Ford accessory

which sells on sight. Will teach

right party and sell stock to start

him out. Small investment neces

sary. Not a fake. We will prove
the article for you and assist you in
creating a demand for same. Article
within the reach of every Ford
owner's purse. No red tape. Deal

'direct with the inventor and manu

facturer. Meet me at the Layton

' Hotel. Ask for Brink. 12-27-lt

WANTED Young man for salesman,
A good paying position. See B. H,

Carey, room 5, Colonial Hotel, be

tween 5 and 8 tonight. It

FOR RENT Furnished or unfur

nished down stairs apartment, four

rooms and private bath and private

entrance. Phone 450 or see Dr. W.
K. Lane. 22-tf

FUR SALE--A beautiful nine-room
house with two acres of ground, all

in Ocala. GiPA JJallagan, 316 N.

Pond Str., Ocala, Fla. 12-21-6t

SMOCKING Applique, designing

machine hemstitching; suggestions

for gifts, prizes and hope chests

Forenoons. Mrs. Grimbly, 701 Okla

waha Ave., Ocala. Phone 409. 16-tf

COLLECTOR WANTED Only a live
hustler who knows Ocala and had
collecting experience can handle
. the proposition. Steady employ

ment with good concern to right

party. Apply giving first letter
age, experience, salary expected and

earliest report for duty. Address

"Business," care Ocala Star. 15-tf

FOR RENT Furnished apartment

four rooms, private bath, private
entrance. Will rent to reliable party
for several months. Immediate pos

session. 801 South Tuscawilla St

For further particulars call phone

604. 12-12-tf

There will be a joint installation of

Masonic and Eastern Star officers to tonight
night tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Masonic
hall. Visiting members welcome.

Mr. W. B. Wheeler, who has charge

of the Bonita Fishing Club's proper properties
ties properties on Chambers Bay on the gulf, is
in the city on business. He reports
the new roadway almost completed,
which will be pleasant news to the

Ocaal members. The road is to be

completed this week.

Billy Bane, advance man and gener

al manager of the Heffner-Vinson
Stock Company, is in the city, and
says his show will exhibit in Ocala

some time in the near future. This

company plays in a tent theater and

Mr. Bane assures' us that he is pre

senting a splendid repertoire this season.

DEWEY'S RESTAURANT
"On the Square." wesside. Oysters

and fish daily. Open all' night tf

Gilbert Britton, the live Western

Union Telegraph messenger, is an en

thusiast for athletic sports, and wants

to organize a class for boxing and

wrestling, two accomplishments that
not only develop muscle and all the

rest of the body, but often come in
very handy to any boy or young man.

For particulars, see Gilbert.

Mr. Geo. W. Martin has concluded

his Christmas vacation in Ocala and
has gone to Atlanta, where he will at

tend a two days conference of the rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the Fridisco Company,

which concern he represents. After
the conference he will go to Knox-

ville to spend New Year's with his

daughter, Mrs. W. M. Wilson.

The elementary department of the

Methodist Sunday school brought

much pleasure and happiness to the

sick and disabled when on Christmas

evere the children and some of the

singers of the church sang Christmas

hymns and carols at the homes of the

sick. They were accompanied by

number of the school band and the
leader, Mrs. Cole, and from the north northern
ern northern limits to the southern part of the

city they made their visits. Although

tney were unaoie to visit every one.

they made seventeen stops, which in

some instances included several fam families
ilies families in a neighborhood, and every everywhere
where everywhere they stopped they met the

warmest of welcomes and made num

bers of the sick happy who otherwise

would not have heard the Christmas

music.

Inventory time,
has the sheets.

THE BOOK SHOP

27-3t

WANTED Ford coupe body: must

be in good condition. Apply to
O'Neal & Holly. Phone 516. 19-llt

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
The Chicago Surface Lines carried
4,300,000 more passengers in October
than in September, and we caught
that very car. American Lumberman
(Chicago).

The members of the freshman class

of the Ocala high school had a delight delightful
ful delightful party last night at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary. The house

was prettily trimmed with Christmas

greens and the living rooms of the

lower floor were thrown open and
there for two hours during the eve evening
ning evening all kinds of games were played

and fun and pleasure reigned su

preme. About ten o'clock sandwiches

hot chocolate, saltines, marshmallows

and candy were served. There were

about thirty-five boys and girls of the
class present and they voted the eve

ning's entertainment the best ever.

NOTICE, EASTERN STARS

T EM P L E
THEATER

F R IDAY.DE C EM BE R 29th
ONE NIGHT ONLY

fill?

THE MUSICAL COMEDY SENSATION

MUTTKJEFF
Entire New Company This Year
"ON THEIR HONEYMOON."

PLENTY OF GIRLS ANDJSPARKLINGC MUSIC
PriCCS: 55, 85, $1.10, $1.65, tax included. sHls Icesday. Court Pharmacy

The Star regrets to report Mr. Chas.

K. Sage, the efficient chief of the

Ocala Western Union office, on the
sick list.

Inventory sheets at THE BOOK

SHOP. 27-3t

Mr. Chas. L. Fox of St. Petersburg

has returned home after a short stay

in Ocala. He came especially to spend
Christmas with his mother, Mrs.

Mamie Fox.

Billy Lee of the Billy Lee Auto

Racing Circus, spent yesterday in

Ocala making arrangements with the

fair association for holding an auto
circus on New Year's day at the fair

grounds, Ihere will be racing cars,

gas balloon and airplane races with

some of the bouth s fastest racing
cars. A full announcement will ap appear
pear appear in the Star later.

COTTON PLANT

large gathering of young people at

the Strickland home Christmas night

is anotner yearly function. 3ir. stricK stricK-land
land stricK-land insists on having all his children

with him all day and gives an enter entertainment
tainment entertainment so all may come.
Mr. J. F. Parker has his son with
him as is his custom every Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Seckinger ate
dinner with Mr. A. W. Woodward and
family.
Mr. Dan Barco goes to Wildwood to
spend part of the holidays with Mrs.
W. E. Veal, his daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Williams went to
spend the day with Mrs. Williams'
father, the venerable Lum Gaines, of
Lebanon.

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The new sandwich baskets just re received
ceived received at THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t

FORDS WE HAVE THEM

1922 Touring; 1921 Roadster; 1922
Light Truck; 1921 Worm Drive Truck
with cab and body; 1918 Light Truck.
In Al condition. Prices right and
terms. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.,
phone 8, Ocala, Fla. 27-tf
Advertise in the Evening Star.

Cotton Plant, Dec. 26. The Christ

mas exercises at St. Johns church were

very much appreciated. The children

showed competent training, rare selec

tion and the whole was crowned with

the jewel of brevity. Every one
thoroughly enjoyed the evening. The

tree was tastily decorated and pro

fusely hung with a multitude of pres presents
ents presents for a gathering from a large

area. The Sunday school undertook
the carrying out of the program only

and invited everybody to come and

bring their presents for all their
friends and it was such a success we
can recommend the plan for future
occasions.

Mr. J. A. Parker suffered quite a

loss Friday night by fire with no in

surance. The neighborhood is equally

the loser as any loss within the com

munity is a loss to the whole. The
fire wiped out the entire mill plant,
consisting of rice cleaning mill, feed
grinding mill, grist mill, a large cane

mill, gas engine, shafting, belting,
tools, etc., all modern and valued at
$2500. Our enterprising neighbor has

the sympathy of all.

Mr. J. F. Parker and some of the
family were again at the bedside Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Mr. Parker's sister at Orange
Lake who is still very low and there
is little hope of her recovery.
Rev. K. H. Koestline, one of the four
pastors in Ocala district, returned to
his old work and filled his pulpit Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. He preached the ablest sermon
of his pastorate of two years. It was
truly a great lesson. He taught us
what we ought to know. He fed us on
the word and not on the husks of the
world, as is so often the case in this
of enlightenment.
Miss Margaret Overton has gone to
Gainesville and Miss Elizabeth Mer Mer-shon
shon Mer-shon to Lake City to be with their
parents for the Christmas holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caldwell of
Lucerne Park are here with Mrs.
Caldwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Trotter, for Christmas. Everyone wel welcomes
comes welcomes the happy couple. We all like
friendly -people.
Other home comers and visitors of
the Christmas season are Mr. Fred
Veal of the commercial staff of the
S. A. L. located in Miami, who is visit visiting
ing visiting his mother and brother. Chas. R.

Veal. They all took dinner with the
latter Christmas day. Miss Betty
Barco is home from Clearwater to
spend her vacation. Mr. Willie Veal,

attending high school in Ocala, is also j

home for Christmas. ;
Mr. W. T. Strickland's home re-!
minds us of the sixties. Every child
and grandchild, two sons and their j
families and four daughters and their
families, besides a number of friends, j
about forty in all, for Christmas din-;

ner. iney came irom LaKeiana, riani

City, Dunnellon and Heidtville. It!

was a grand old family reunion. A j

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room service is second to none.
tOBERT M. MEYER, Manager,
r. E. KAVANAUGII, Proprietor.

Visitors to the
Cemetery
Usually admire monuments of
simple dignity and good taste.
We are proud to say that mo--morials
of oar 1- aking are se selected
lected selected as the finest of all they
have seen. Our work is not ex expensive.
pensive. expensive. You can procure a
monument for a surprisingly
small cum considering quality
r.r.d workmanship.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
Phone 183

Old-fashioned statesmen must pine

for the days when the winner of a war

would win something else in addition; o. A j Orinoco Tllllrlrc PhftTliVRI

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Where would we be anyway
weren't for advertising?

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HAT a lot of time advertising saves us! We need
something. We see it advertised. And we go

straight from where we are now to where the article is
sold.
Have you ever gone around from place to place seek seeking
ing seeking for something which you knew existed but which
nobody else seemed to know anything about, not even
the storekeepers? . .
You have wasted an hour, maybe several hours, pos possibly
sibly possibly half a day. You have worn out your patience,
and before the end of the quest probably you began to
figure that the thing that you sought was not. after all,
so good as you thought if was, otherwise other people
besides yourself would know something about it.
The manufacturer who advertises, invests his money
therefore, not alone to tell of the merits of his goods
but to save you the time The manufacturer who is
willing to pay for advertising space in newspapers or
magazines in order to point out to you where his mer merchandise
chandise merchandise is sold, so that you may get there quicker and
buy it easier, is not going to skimp or cheat in manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing it.
After going to all the trouble and expense of telling
you just where you may find it, he is -going to see to it
that when you do buy it, it is good enough so that you
will buy it again.
And in making up your mind about merchandise,
which is advertised, consider this last thought the
manufacturer can well afford to make it as good as it
can be made because one sale means hundreds, even
thousands of others following naturally and costing
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