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OUR COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE BELLE VIEW or otnmunit> tree aud ypmw night wa* quite a MMMMNMI t M t tnut all who ateaded (#•( ftflipl) refund and iii aay thank* aw fa* ike traiiMN and other* in training Ike children and other* ta# preparing for the success of the oe- Ha B*de a SBtttfeer of Be* facet and larrprr that if they have opportunity tkey trill oae out to our leathering MM |*ta M IB MP'lßl good tißtea. While Beany every BUnt>*r os the pWßwa deserves prai-e, a lullaby kf tee Ktlv |irh aud *ong I've been I<mh| By two other*, tbu a phabet e**rvie h% the prt try grade* were •< 4t.y good A play representing a •* hoot of le yearn < in which ftitae Kantre Mltinaut presided with #t*Hsii te omittg a Mitool ma'am, created atm h interest aad amtwe meat Bat the palai of |rai*e I* due to the Ml—ea Myoßerg for their sweet BUMr aa their viol (as. u<ompanted hr Ml— Hearte* oa the ptaao. Beverai of oar fe*tlie* enjoyed a w aalna dortag the t'hrtauna* —aeon. The Wtdho* eotertelaed their daugh ter. aad family. Mr, aad Mrs Cha*. Winter aad children from Bushnell. The f reads ’• laid lor their guent*. their era aad daughter, Wilaoa and Altec Barrett, at— parent*. Mr and Mra Mr*ant of (kata Mr and Mrs. J fl llarrell. their tan John Jr., who h— heee to I let rot t three years, at no I heir brother J W Harrell, of Jack •onvttte Ml— Mtitle McClendon of ite kaeavtll* Mr* Ktelya Brown and da ugh ter Ml— Helea af Ocala. John aad Ha Freeman ere among the Chytatma* v latter • f tertetma* —rtlre* at the Metho 4Bd < her< h <oatted of aa uplifting •annua by |M*tor Hear e* and sing hag of f'hrt*tuk carol* and in the eteaieg aa ea**fetae l> the Sunday hr hoot Hpe< lei mention of the can- Bible Thoughts for the Week •Min*. GIVING AND LETTING.—OIe*. •M it ahett Im |i<ep unto yon; footl m*e*mt*, down, end •hnh*n tn**ttw*. and nmnmt •kail me |lt into jrottr with the tent that ye Mato ••that It akatt He nteneured lo fan again Lake •Ad Monday. Ml KIND TO TMM EltltlNO ttrathron If • man He overtaken Hi B f< N. ff wlileH are spiritual, restore anelt a <we In the spirit of meekness; <*mid<tertiig thyself. lent (hen tin He Onl 6:1. Taeaday. TH*£ filtfVrl.tT VICTOR?.— Me that le aH*w (• .**%e*r la Iwtfer than the lotehiy ; aad In* that rttl rfH Id* nfrn Mpirit than he Hint taketH a city l*r>v ltt:,*t2. Wednesday. MUM DMH I MOVED.—Fear thou M; for | 4 in with ittco; In* not dis mayed; far I am thy God: I wilt strengthen thee, yea. I will help • Her jet | rlt| uphold thee with the rtylit hand <t my rti;htt*oti*ae'ei Ten. 41 It#. Thursday. HOAD TO TVOK lilt TIES.— Keek ye ftrat the kingdom of God. and Mla tight eott*i<*NH: and all tkeae thing* shall He added unto yen —Mat i tt : Friday. THE ONI.? CREATOR.—In the hennaing waa (He Word, and the W<rd was witH Uod. and the Word ** God All thlajc* were made by Him; and without lllut wus not ! anything made that urat made.— John 1:1,51. Saturday. MUF.v i ini. LITE. Jean* aaM ante Her, I am the renurreetlon and the life: he that *ellevetli In Me, tli.High he were dead, yet utiuii > lie live; and whosoever livetli ami heltevecfc In Me shall never die.— Inn II ■* 'm -v 'Jr fT ■_/ v SSijKfe .. Kenton* Weaver In the ‘ Bat Wed* •eday, January 3, 1323. ile exercise by Helping Hands class taught by Mrs. Sumner, and the sev eral parts rendered by the three little Winton children. But the sweetest of <ll was the selection rendered by the Mis**** Sjoberg, on their violins and Mis* Searles on the orgau Woman s Missionary Society of the M. E. church met at the Parsonage Tuesday afternoon. Subject: Korea Theme of Wednesday. Every prayer .service and next Sunday’s services will be New Year. The Beileview ;>vr O. E. Star will hold public i allation of oflk-ers in the chapter room on New Year's night to which their friend* are cordially invited. | , . on Friday evening. January 5, at : the Town Hall there will be an >yster supper for the beuefit of the painting of the M E.. church which has been begun. News ha* reached us of the very recent death of Mrs. Beardsley at her home at Rock Island. 11l Her many ! friend* regret to hear of her passing and extend to her husband sincerest sympathy in his bereavement. Misses Bosworth and Turner spent ‘Christmas week in Jacksonville. Mr. Wilson Barrett and sister in tend going to Tampa Saturday to i visit relatives. A Jolly bunch of young people went to the river Christmas day and then to Smith ake where they enjoyed a game supper. Mr. Sam MiMican spent Christmas with his wife, returning to his work at the Lake. Among the recent arrivals are Mr. ami Mrs. Blood and son. Reginald, Mrs. Frank Martin and Mr. Dudley, father of M- A. Dudley. Miss Mildred Searles has as her guest a cotfsin from Winter Park. Husiuess meeting of the Ladies Aid Society at the M. E. church Tuesday, January 2, at 2:30 p. m. Important. COTTON PLANT One of the most interjecting talks the writer has ever heard was given Sunday morning by Mr. Dan Barco. He has a wonderful memory and he told of the life of the people in our community sixty years ago as com pared with that of today, in a realistic manner. He gave the important facts of the development of St. Johns church and Sunday school and ended his'discourse with complimentary re marks to the old superintendent, Mr. Newcomb Barco' and to the new one. Mrs- W. D. Parker. We are sure that all who were fortunate enough to hear him, l"ft the church Sugday with the determination to do their part dur ing the coming year to make N the best possible progress. .Mr and Mrs. L. C. Bell of Her nando and Dr. and Mrs. Hood of Ocala, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Dan Barco and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Parker, Mrs. Jess<? Strickland and little Miss Lil lian Sanders, spent the week-end with relatives at Crystal River- We are indeed sorry to know that Mr. Newcomb Barco has been suf fering a great deal for the past two weeks. His host of friends are ex tending to him their best wishes for a change in his health. Mr. J. F. Parker has been with his sister at Boardman for several days, returning home Monday. Several new families have moved into our community recently and we are indeed glad to welcome them. iThe above items should mave ap peared in our last issue but arrived after the paper had gone to press.— Editor). FELLOWSHIP Well Christmas has cou-j and gone i and, I think everybody in our burg i had a happy time. Our school teachers are all spend ; ing their vacation at their respective I home*. Misses Sarah and Callie Ferguson of New Smyrna and Titus vide are spending, the holidays with their par ents. Mr- and .Mrs. R. W. Mr. and Mrs Claude McCully spent ; the past week here with his folks and now they are at Palmetto with ! Mrs. McCully’s folks for a short stay. Our visiting girls and our home i girls played a very interesting game iof basket ball Monday afternoon at Fellowship. The score was 22 to J in favor of the home girls. Our high school girls p ayed the Falrfie and high school girls last Friday |on our home court and was bested ty a close score of 19 to 13. The Marion County Educational As sociation met at Fellowship on De- I cember 16 and carried out a very interesting program. Quite a nun ber of teachers was present from dif ferent parts of our county. Dinner v as served at the noon hour by faith ful t vac hers and patrons. Many im portant subjects of the teaching pro '“s,;on wa saisfussed during the fHE OCALA BANNER day. We trust this honorable body will meet with us again soon. Mr. and Mrs. H- J- McCutly had the following as guests for dinner Mon day: Mr. R. A. Sandifer and family of Lake Weir, Mrs. John Needham and daughter. Ruby of Oca a, Mr. S. J. McCully and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude McCul y, Mr. N. A- Noble and family of Morristou and Mr. S. B. Williams of Terra Ceia. Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Terra Ceia. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pooser and children of Philadelphia arrived a few days ago to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rawls. Rev. E. A. Burnett and family of Williston was cal ing on Rev. A. L. Prisoc and family last Monday morn ing. Mr. H. E. Snowden has been swap ping Fords lately and now he is driv ing a brand new' Lizzie with all the latest accessories. Mr. S. A. Neil has been teal busy the past few weeks remodeling his residence- He has added another story and made many other improvements, and now as soon as he can get the painters on the job he will have beautified his home immensely. Mr. J M. Hudgens put anew roof on his house last Tuesday. Well the year 1922 will soon have passed into history and we wish ev eryone a happy New Year. Mr. and Mrs. George Proctor of Pedro spent Christmas here with rel atives. Mr. Alwyn Seckinger of Floral City is spending the holidays here with his mother. Mrs. Rosa Seckinger. Mr. and Mi's. Tom Proctor of Ocala spent Christmas day here with Mrs- Pauline Phillips. Mr. and Mrs- E.’ P. Collins,; Mr. Wesley ollius and Messrs. Ray Har dee, Theodore Collins and Misses Florence and Ruby Fae Collins of Oca a were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully last Sunday night. This is Mr. Wesley Collins’ first visit here for several years, his home is in North Carolina. He has passed his 86th year and is yet hale and hearty. Everybody is requested to meet at the Fellowship Baptist church at 3 o’clock next Sunday afternoon to re organize Sunday school. Be sure and come. Lets start the New Year right. REDDICK Miss Inez Fridy who is attending Southern College at Lakeland is home for the holidays. Misses Alta and Prossie Broth ers, who are attending school at Bar tow arrived home last week to spend Christmas with their father Mr. T. L. Brothers. Miss Ruby Spratt of Bar tow accompanied them home to be their guest for this week. Rev. and Mrs. Ray Y. Waldon, Jr. left last Sunday for Arcadia where they spent Christmas with Rev. Waldron’s family. Miss Irene Rou who is teaching at Oxford is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Mary E. Rou. Miss Texas Nash of Lakeland ar rived last week to spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Rou. Mrs. B. J. Guthrie and two chil dren of Wauchula are spending the holidays with Mrs. Guthrie’s parents and sister. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mc- Au'ey and Mrs D. S. Cromartie. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Dansbv are visiting Mrs- Dansby’s parents in Arcadia this week. Mrs. R. V. Hawkins and her daugh ter, Annie Mae, and Miss Stephens of Alachua were the guests of Mrs. Hawkin’s daughter, Mrs. J. M- Smith last week. Mr. Berkley Lambert of Bunnell is spending Christmas with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Dansbv have as their guests their children this week: Miss Fannie who is teaching at Melbourne, Miss Sadie who is teach ing at Cocoa, Miss Leone who is working at Line Oak, and Mr- Lanier who is attending school in Titusville Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson and baby of Arcadia are the guest of Mr. O- G. Johnson this week . Miss Mary Johnson of Arcadia was the guest of Mrs. B. S. Dansby last week. Mr. Knox Thompson of Melborne was the guest at the Dansby home this week. Mr- E. H. Hopkins has as liis guest for the holidays liis mother, who is living at Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Johnson had as their guests for Christmas three of their daughters and their children, Mrs- I. W. Boring and children of Lakeiand, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ramey of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Richardson and daughter of High Springs. Messrs- Porter Hull and son. Venor of Jacksonville are visiting Mr. Hull’s brother. Mr. H. G. Hull this week. Mr- Huibert Brothers of Bartow ar A Free Course, in Business and Domestic Economy It is at your disposal every day. AH that is required is careful reading of the advertising columns in this paper. * No matter how well you run your home, your farm your business —it can be done better — more eco nomically. The advertising columns teach efficiency— they show the cheapest and best markets. They help you to make the housework lighter by listing the newest labor-saving devices. The farmer can get a line on the thousand and one things that go to improve soils and stock. The merchant or busines man can pick up a useful suggestion every day. No home and no business can progress without move ment. The advertising columns help you to keep up with the band wagon. Read the advertisements—you’ll find it pays. The Ocala Banner rived Tuesday night to spend sev eral days with his father, Mr. T. L. Brothers. Rev. Geo. T. Bennett, the Methodist pastor has returned from the con ference in Tampa and will continue to pastor this church. This being the third year Rev. Bennett has serv ed this J church. Miss Hazel Bennett who is teach ing at Cocoa is home for a few days. Mr. Ben Tillman and fanny of Rochelle were guests of Mrs. B. Thomas Christmas day. BURBANK It is with regret that we announce that we are to lose our old friends and neighbors, Mr- and Mrs M. D. L. Graham. They sold their home here to Mr. Robert Hicks of New York. Mr. Graham’s health has been poor and gradually failing for the past year or more, and being unable to carry on his farm work and care for his citrus grove he .was almost compelled to sell. They came here from Missouri eleven years ago next February. Their four daughters have all been married during this time. Three of them are nicely settled in Miami, and one in Kansas. Mr. and Mrs Graham will go to Miami and re main the ba’ance of the winter, then go north and spend the summer with friends and relatives, returning to Florida in the fall, when they expect to locate permanently in the state. We bespeak for them friends wher ever they may go and wish for them health and happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sliger and son, Hubert, spent the day Monday of this week with Mr. and Mrs. Knoll, over near Low eli. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dunnick had for Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs- Geo. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. M. *D. L. raham. Rev. McCann and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowen, Mr. George Bowen. Mr. Robert Hicks and Master Hubert Siger. Mr. Graham’s people served Christ mas dinner on Sunday to the follow ing friends: Mr--and Mrs. Arthur Sliger and son, Hubert, Mrs. Eva L. Hitchcock and Mr. Robert Hicks. Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Bogue spent Christmas with their three married children in Palatka. Of cuorse Dor othy and Billy accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Summerville are en joying a visit with their son, Mr- Charles Summerville, of Pennsylva nia. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Turner have guests from Sanford for the holidays. Mr. John Andes, Jr., a cousin of Mrs. Turner, came Saturday by train, Mr. and Mrs. McKim, Mrs. Turner's father and mother, her brother, Wil liam. and sister, Alice Gooding, came in their car Sunday. John Andes and Alice Gooding McKim wi l spend the two weeks’ school vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Turner. Mrs- Vernon Turner and son. Ray mond. are spending the holidays in Miami with Mrs. Turner's daughter. Mrs. Charles Brant. Rev. Mann was taken from the Citra charge and appointed to Bryce, in the Jacksonville district. May suc cess follow his efforts. , Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Miller are spending the holidays at their home in Fairfield. Miss Ola Waterman is spending the school vacation at home with her grandparents, Mr- and Mrs. J. K. Priest.. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Priest and son, Raleigh, took Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John Holeman of An thony. Miss Pearl Johnson of Anthony is a guest of Miss Ola Waterman this week. • Report says our little O. V. train is to have another vacation We trust someone will see a way clear and take over this road and make a success of it- NOTICE Notice of Applicntion for Tat l>ee<l I nder Section H, Chapter tVM, Laws of Florida • t J. ce is her by given that S. H * hristian, trustee, purchaser of uv certificate No. 1345 dated the sth tlav June, A. D„ 1916, has filed said cer tificate in my office, and has made ap plication for tax deed to issue in ac cordance with law. Said certificate embraces the following described property situated in Marion countv Florida, to-wit: Nw I4 of block 86. Gary's addition Ocala. The said land being assessed at the date of issuance of such cer tificate in the name of Jno T Fd wards. ' Unless said certificate shall be re deemed according to law. tax deed will issue thereon the noth lay of January, A. D„ ii*g:t. Witness my official signature and A ei T. l l#22 the 27th day of Member < * ea / ) n • . T -„ D - LA NC AST FIR, JR. *■ Circuit Court. Marion Cos. Ki a —l2-29-at. FOR SALE—Type for your Multi gfaph either Pica or Elite, or we can do your composition on our Monotype and save you money Write us tor particulars. The Let ter Shop, Inc-.. Xo. 219-227 Hill Building, Tampa, Fla. —12-29-2 t. * ' NOTICE Notice of Application for Tax l r ndt*r Section S, Choicer 4xss, tan * of Florida Notice is hereby given that < * Turner purchaser of tax certified No. 831. dated the 7th day of June i 19 i°; has bled said certificate’ in inj ofLice, and has made application FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21*. 1 K 1 for tax deed to issue in .•<.ntsra with law. Maid certificate embrace* the following described property uated in Marion count*. Florida, t*> wit: N'Vt of ne l of se>* of se< ton 1% township it. sopth range X#. ana* The said land being assessed at the data of issuance of auch cert ill it# in the name of S. \V I’ettewa* Unless said certificate shall deemed according to lan. tax teed will issue thereon the :tlth Day of January. A. 11. IML Witness m> official signature an# •seal this the 27th day of (tecember. A. !.. 1922. (Meal) T. I> I.ANCASTI’.K JH, Clerk Circuit Court. Murine C.. Hn, —l2-29-51 If Kidneys and Bladder Bother Take Silts to flush Kidneys and neutralize Irritating ci da. Ktdnrv and bUducr irritations Maw result from une acid, ** -,. a assW authority. Tin* kidney* b * from the Mood gad pees it a* I* U* bladder, where it way uremia to irritate and ladame. causing a homing, gfl ing sensation, or setting up aa irfttl tion at the neck ef the Madder, eMitf sf you to seek relief two or thrws IMH during the night, 'm* sufferer is IK constant dread; the water paasee fWtj times with a scalding sensation and and 7*ry profuse; agate, there is diMM in voiding it. Bladder wenkaem must folks mil rU because they can’t control uun*a>l While it is extremely a anting mi sometime* rery painful, tin*' i* often of the most euimte advents • T’TE??* 9* • bowt **•• ef Jad >slt* from mi pMfMi sad take a tablespoonful in a gin** of wafer before breakfast, continue this far tdt er thrw days. Thi. will beta nswtraii* the acids in the urine so it ae kaagsr in a source of irritation t and urinary orgnae, which the., art normal again. dad £alta is iaexaetieivs hxmfarn •nd is made from tbe arid ef grafS* lemon juice, combine. < nnd it used by thousand* of folk* •re subject to urinary disorder* eaeo/ T ful . ,rr ‘tatin fad Asifejj H* ndid for kidneys and causa* no W* •fftfts whatever * >*•' *<fei lithia water drink, which*often eaklH relieves bladder irritation. Christmas was a risk w *ek for MM ditß thev having made a number it rich hauls. •p. . . * Th-rifly Suggestion inis la the season of me year Mis lie pruti *ni u . careful house* k* r supply of ChauduMN buns lough U*medy. It Is fftaMfl ff rtajn to be nfeded before the a.msf , aad result# are mu< ii ou r* f. , an ‘* satisfactory when it fe ; ( hntu| and given as soon so tIK .on of n cold . - *KI . ‘L. •** tsrosie settled in UtfM n u;chiw h * r * U *° ***" * I*l*l r%n ~N ,t or ol her harmful drug.