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OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1920.
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OviLiilL J. L. (ILuUnUyW
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On the Forty-fburtKfBallot
He W ent Over the Top-
San Francisco, July G. Cox was
nominated on the forty-fourth ballot
and the convention adjourned until
noon without nominating a vice presi presidential
dential presidential candidate.
COX GAINED THE UNDERHOLD
San Francisco, July 6. Governor
Cox of Ohio was nominated as the
democratic candidate for president
esi1 y this morning. It took forty forty-four
four forty-four ballots to make a choice and not
uiitil the thirty-eighth, when Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General Palmer withdrew from
the race, that the roll calls showed
and definite trend.
In the turnover of the Palmer dele
rates, Gox gained an advantage over
Wm. G. McAdoo in the balloting and
that advantage was never lost.
. With a choice made, the convention convention-adjourned
adjourned convention-adjourned until noon today to name a
candidate for the vice presidency.
Should it be decided to give the sec second
ond second place on the ticket to the east,
Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York,
ar-slstant secretary of the navy, seem seemed
ed seemed the favorite, but if the nomination
goes to the west, several possibilities
arc talked about by leaders.
Cox received a majority for the
first time on the forty-third ballot,
and on the forty-fourth was plunging
toward the required two-thirds when
Colorado changed its vote and made
the nomination obvious. It was made
unanimous on the motion of Sam
Amidon of Kansas, a McAdoo leader.
A WELCOME VISITOR
A welcome visitor in town Monday
was Mr. Maurice Riche, who came to
Ocala from France in 1891 and en engaged
gaged engaged in the phosphate business. A
dozen years or more ago, he went to
the Polk county mines, making Bar Bartow
tow Bartow his headquarters. When his coun country
try country was invaded by the Germans, he
went to France, where he fought
thru the war, but as soon as the con conflict
flict conflict was decided he 'returned to Am Am-erica
erica Am-erica and resumed his business. It is
needless to say Mr. Riche was warm warmly
ly warmly welcomed by his friends, who are
particularly glad to see him, in spite
of years of exposure and danger,
looking well and hearty and yet t
comparatively young men.
K. OF P. WORK
J. II.' Coffee, grand chancellor of
the Grand Lodge of Florida, Knights
of Pythias, has commissioned Mr. W.
W. Stripling of this city deputy grand
chancellor of the tenth district, com comprising
prising comprising Marion and Citrus counties.
This is a well deserved honor and
highly appreciated by Mr. Stripling's
friends in the order.
Monday evening Mr. Stripling ex exercised
ercised exercised his recently conferred powers
by installing the newly elected offic officers
ers officers of Ocala Lodge No. 19. namely:
J. W. Aiken, C. C; Tom Proctor, V.
C; W. W. Rilea, prelate; Chas. K.
Sage, K. of R. & S.; W. R. Pedrick,
M. of A.; L. W. Holstein, I. G.; L
Fcrbes, OG.; George Freemarf, M. of
W.; II. B. Baxter, lodge deputy G. C.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed-Store, phone 435. tf
Report of the Conditon of
THE CniZEDS DA
At Dunnellon, in the State of Florida,
at the close of business June 30, 1920.
Loans on collateral secu security
rity security other than real
All other loans and dis dis-counts
counts dis-counts .j. ..... 4,000.00
United States bonds. ..... 1,157.00
Banking house, furniture 00
and fixtures .". 23,175.22
rtno frnm inrnmnrated
banks ........... 23,508.23
Other cash items 3,510.29
Cash on hand 9,700.00
Total $ 65,782.74
Cnnital stock naid in ..... S 30.000.00
Surplus fund 5,980.70
Individual deposits subject
to check 23,332.42
Dptnfind fprt.ifirflt.ps of d-
Time certificates of deposit 57.00
Cashier's checks outstand
Total $ 65,782.74
State of Florida,
County of Marion, ss.:
I. E. A. Turnipseed. cashier of the
r.bove named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
E. A. Turnipseed, Cashier.
It. L. Bryan,
J. T. Rawls,
11. J. Benson, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
thi3 1st clay of July, 1920.
J. M. Barksdale,
Justice of Peace.
A BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION
Distinctively elegant and of unusu unusual
al unusual interest was the large .and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful reception last Saturday afternoon
from 5 to 7 o'clock, when Dr. and Mrs.
Walter Hood at their home on Fort
King avenue, entertained in honor rf
Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Zewadski of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, whose marriage was a notable
event of the 23rd of June, taking
place in New York city, the home
of the bride. This occasion gave to
the many friends of the bridegroom,
formerly an Ocala boy, where he was
born and reared to manhood and most
popular with the entire town, the
portunity of making the acquaintance
ol his lovely bride, and showering
them with best wishes for a most hap happy
py happy and prosperous married life.
The entire lower floor of this home
was thrown open en suite, which
made it very pleasant for the many
guests that called during the two
hours. Never was thi3 home decorat decorated
ed decorated in more exquisite taste. In appro appropriate
priate appropriate places i;handsome cut glass
vases- holding pink roses and pink
asters and baskets of Shasta daisies
were among the ornaments used and
which assisted in carrying out the
pretty color motif, pink T and white.
Asparagus fern tastily and artistical artistically
ly artistically twined on the wainscoting and
banked on the mantels, interspersed
with Shasta daisies formed a most
The first cordial greeting that the
guests received was "from two fairy
like little girls, Margaret Chace and
Frances Clark, who stood on the bot
tom step of the front porch, holding
fancy baskets filled with pink fiower3.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and Mrs- W.
W. Harris3 met the guests on the
porch after which they were met by
Misses Mary and Agne3 Burford,
Caroline Harriss and Alice Bullock,
From this line, Mrs. Grider Perkins
and Miss Byrd Wartmann introduced
each caller to the receiving, line, com
posed of Mrs. Hood, who was most
charming in a black splangled net
over black satin, and the honorees,
Mr. and Mrs. Zewadski, who were the
centralfigures of the afternoon. Mrs.
Zewadski was prettily gowned -in a
white taffeta which was most 'becom
ing and with them stood Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Anderson Jr., an April bride
and groom. Mrs. Anderson was ex
trcmely pretty in air orange organdie.
Mrs. Alfred Beck of Fort Lauder
dale, Mrs. Albert Gerig and Mrs. H.
A. Waterman invited the guests into
the dining room, which was presided
over by Mrs. Harry Dozier and Mrs.
Harvey Clark and assisting in serv serving
ing serving refreshments of peach ice cream
and cake and pink and white mints
were six of OcalaV most attractive
young ladies, Misses Sarah Dehon,
Lucille Gissendaner, Carolyn White,
Elizabeth Hocker, Irene Tompkins
and Kathleen Leitner.
The dining room table was simply
but handsomely ornamented with a
huge Mexican hard-made cover upon
which stood a vase of pink astors and
Mrs. M. H. Stovall and Mrs. Harry
Walters met the guests in the rear
hall as they left the dining room to
bid them a happy Mf arewell," while
Dr. Hood and Mr. W. K. Zewadski
chatted last with each one on the
lawn, ending the time of each caller
present at this, function in a most
pleasant manner. :
There were a great many ; present
at thisv magnificent, but entirely in
formal reception' who feel quite in
debted to Dr. and Mrs. Hood for the
opportunity afforded them in making
the acquaintance of the bride of one
of Ocala's most beloved young men
and who was most extravagantly ad admired
mired admired by every caller.
Miss Rose Wolf, was most happily
surprised last Saturday night at 8
o'clock at a beautifully appointed din dinner
ner dinner party, given by her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wolf, at
their home on Watula street.
Earlier in the afternoon, arrange
ments wer made for Miss Wolf to be
with friends and at the opportune
time, Mrs. Wolf 'phoned her daughter
to come home and upon her arrival
she was overcome with the most de delightful
lightful delightful surprise that she ever expects
to have. Six of her friends were
seated around the dining room table,
which was elaborately and tastefully
decorated, signifying the fourth of
For about two hours these young
folks spent an exceedingly jolly time
around the table and after the elegant
course dinner that was' so daintily
prepared and served; Miss Wolf in invited
vited invited her guests to the theater, where
the pictures were enjoyed and on
their departure they bade the hon hon-oree,
oree, hon-oree, host and hostess good-bye with
many thanks for oneof the happiest
ocas ions of their lives.
11 you want up to 50 pounds.
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CA NO DATE
Ambassador Davis was the First of
His Opponents to Come 1
' London, July 6. Ambassador Da Davis
vis Davis sent the following message to
Governor Cox: "My heartfelt con congratulations
gratulations congratulations upon your nomination.
Ycu can and will lead the party to a
weJl deserved victory."
PRESIDENT IS PLEASED
Washington, July 6. The presi president
dent president received the news of Governor
CoxV nomination at 8 o'clock this
morning, ana immediately wrote a
message of congratulation on his of office
fice office scratch pad with a pencil, "Please
accept my hearty congratulations and
cordial best wishes."
MAC'S A GOOD SPORT
Huntington, N. Y July 6. When
Mr. McAdoo was informed that Cox
had been nominated, his only com comment
ment comment was, "I am relieved and delight delighted
ed delighted the call did not come to me." Mc McAdoo
Adoo McAdoo showed every evidence of being
pleased and explained he would make
a statement later in the day. '.
COX AND HARDING IN GOOD-
Columbus, July 6. Senator Hard Harding
ing Harding wired Governor Cox today: "I
recall the much remarked cartoon
which porta yed you and me as news
boys contesting for the White House
delivery. It seems to have been pro prophetic.
phetic. prophetic. As an Ohioan and fellow
publisher, I congratulate you on your
- ol the Mosquito
Number of Mosquitoes Killed Through
Efforts of Government Small in
Proportion to Number Still Living.
In attempting to rid the country of
the malaria-bearing mosquito, the
government, Jboth central and local,
has undertaken a r most stupendous
task well nigh: to impossible. So
far the progress made has been very
slow, even taking into account the
very hopeful results obtained in cer certain
tain certain localities. This is no more than
could be expected when you consider
how very little is positively known of
the life or habits of these insects, or
when considering swamps, stagnant
pools and puddles without number
where they breed.
And the menace of malarie is still
abroad!. One bite from an insignifi insignificant
cant insignificant mosquito and the victim may be
standing at death's door! How
escape? Proper screening will go a
long way, but a daily spray of TOR TORMENT
MENT TORMENT will give surety .that the
house is absolutely free from: all
mosquitoes. No insect can ilve in
this death-dealing vapor, yet it is
harmless to humans as well as to the
Sold by druggists, general stores
and dealers everywhere.
Manufactured by the G. B. Will Williams
iams Williams Company, Quitman, Ga. Adv. 2
vm n in
tjr igjf jLuriSi fin nfr Sta
F. W. Gook
at 90 N. Main Street, with a
Choice Florida and Western Meats
and will thank you for your patronage.
HE I KISS
Everybody Will Now Want to Know
if This Was an Extraordinary
.1 Associated Presa)
Dayton, O., July 6. Gov. Cox de declined
clined declined to make a statement until after
he has received notification of hi-j
ncm ination- from the convention. The
governor received news of his nomi nomi-in.tion
in.tion nomi-in.tion in his newspaper office, the
Dayton News, surrounded by his fel fellow
low fellow newspaper workers' a few rela relatives
tives relatives and intimate friends.
When the Associated i Press wire
flashed the nomination, the governors
first act was to cf oss the room and
kiss his wife. During the morning
the Dayton chamber of commerce de decided
cided decided on a huge jollification meeting
late today or tonights j
SUFFS WANT HIM ,TO INTER INTERFERE
FERE INTERFERE WITH ANOTHER STATE
v . ;
Washington, July 6. Gov. Cox will
be asked immediately to' exert his, in influence
fluence influence to bring about ratification of
the suffrage amendment by the Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee legislature, the national wom woman's
an's woman's party announced today.
TAKE A TRIP TO HISJOLD HOME
Dayton, July 6. Gov. Cox will go
to Middletown, Ohio, tonight to re receive
ceive receive the congratulations ; of home
folks there with whom the attended
school and worked as a young man.
MARION POST MEETS
Marion County Post No. 1 of the
American Legion meets ? in regular
session in the Board of Trade room to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night. Delegates? to the state
convention will have a report to make.
The post has also been asked by na national
tional national headquarters to make a slight
change in its name involving 'the
number of the organization.-.The
question bf securing club rooms is
still a live one.
Mr. .and Mrs. Walter Lee and Mr.
H. V. Lee of Eastlake have as their
guests their brother, Dr. Roland Lee
and his bride, of New Jersey. Dr
and Mrs. Lee made the trip south by
boat from New York to Jacksonville,
and at the latter place were met by
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee and son, Mr.
H. V. Lee in the former's car, and
they came to Eastlake Sunday by way
of Daytona Beach. On the tenth of
this month they will all motor to New
York city in Mr. Walter Lee's hand handsome
some handsome new Cole and they are anticipat anticipating
ing anticipating a great trip.
666 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver, la
Belleview had a .big time Monday.
It sbeautifully shaded streets were
thronged with people and all thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Leesburg had a jam-full fifth-of-July.
People were present from four
counties. Ocala and Marion county
were well represented, and the Qcaia
band helped make music for the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell in guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices-
will open his new store on
OEL 8 N-Matam
var y Opposite Banner Office
Senator Harding is Also Collecting
the Material for His Acep Acep-tance
tance Acep-tance Speech
Marion. Ohio, July 6. Senator
Harding had no engagements today,
but ph nned to devote himself exclu exclusively
sively exclusively to clearing away the mass of
coresponctenee and other work that
has accumulated since he left Wash Washington
ington Washington Saturday. During the next
few days he plans to devote much of
his time to the preparation of his
speech of acceptance. Even since his
nomination the senator has been accu accumulating
mulating accumulating material for this purpose
and now has it in such shape that he
neds only to put his ideas on paper.
MAKE NO CHANGE IN PLANS
Senator Harding in a statement is issued
sued issued today, said Gov. Cox deserved
the nomination, but added his selec selection
tion selection by the democrats would not
change the republican campaign plans
in Ohio in any way.
AMERICA MAY NOT
Paris, July 5. The United ; States
is "the only large country which has
not promised to participate in the in international
ternational international aeronautic meeting to be
held in connection with the Olympic
games in Antwerp, July 17 to 31. The
exhibition is being aranged by the
Aero Club of Belgium under the pat patronage
ronage patronage of King Albert, who has es especially
pecially especially requetsed that America take
pan, in ..they meeting. The Belgian
Aero Club also has asked that the
NC-4, the United States navy sea seaplane
plane seaplane which crossed the Atlantic, be
exhibited in Antwerp during the in international
ternational international aero meet. Up to the
present time no effort has been made
by the United States army to arrange
for American participation.
, (Associated Press)
Washington, July 6 The comptrol comptroller,
ler, comptroller, of the currency has issued a call
for the condition of all national banks
at the close of business June 30th.
All you want up to 50 pounds,
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A manufacturer's sample line of
Georgette waists, tricotine blouses,
clean goods, not soiled. : It. will pay
you to lpok them over. Wednesday
and Thursday at $2.98. "Why Pay
More?" B. Goldman. 6-2t
AH you want up to 50 pounds,
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Contentions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall; over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. M. Parker, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
Miss Bonnie Winemiller, who now
holds a position in Gainesville, 'came
over Saturday to spend the week-end
with her young friends here.
full line of
According to All the Accounts Com
. ing In, Bolsheviki Have the
Best of It
London, July 6. Polish forces be between
tween between the Beresina and Pripet rivers
have been defeated along the entire
front by Russian bolsheviki, accord according
ing according to a Moscow wireless.
WENT ON THEIR WAY
After a most delightful three days
visit to the groom's former home, Mr.
and Mrs. Olaf Zewadski, accompanied
by Mr. W. E. Zewadski, left yesterday
afternoon for Tampa, where they will
visit at the home of Mr. Osco Zewad Zewadski
ski Zewadski for a short time. Then they, with
other relatives, will go to Anna Maria
on a house party for a week, after
which Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Zewadski
will proceed to their home at Miami.
During their brief visit in the city,
guests of the groom's father, Mr-W.
K. Zewadski, they : were showered
with as many social courtesies as their
visit allowed, but none of these was
more delightful than the dinner party
at the Harrington Hall Sunday night,
when Mr. W. K. Zewadski was the
genial and clever host. For this pleas pleasant
ant pleasant occasion there were places laid
for ten and never did the Harrington
serve a more elegant dinner. Through
the entire menu there were bright and
witty remarks emanating from all
present and Mr. Zewadski was de deservedly
servedly deservedly complimented as a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful host, for the guests were highly
entertained "and amused. Another
pleasant affair given to this popular
couple was a picnic at Silver Springs
yesterday, given by Dr. and Mrs.
Walter Hood. It was with much re
gret that Mr. and Mrs. Zewadski'
visit was so short, but even so Mrs.
Zewadski by her charming, winsome
and bright manner won the love and
admiration of her husband's scores of
friends who, are awaiting a longer longer-visit
visit longer-visit from them in the near future.
After several days of illness,v Mis3
Maude Keeffe is again able to beat
her place in the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. J. C. Luning,state treasurer,
and Mr. J. G. Crawford, secretary of
state, were in the city Monday, and
passed most of their time at the in industrial
dustrial industrial school, where they were, con consulting
sulting consulting with the architect in regard
to the coming improvements. Both
these gentlemen take great interest in
The Star regrets to hear of the
severe illness of Mrs. George Pasteur
of Anthony, who was brought to the
hospital for treatment this morning.
Mrs. Pasteur had been preparing a
pleasant social affair for a number of
her young friends, and was sadly dis
appointed when illness spoiled her
A manufacturer's sample line of
Georgette .waists, tricotine blouses,
clean goods, not soiled. It will pay
you to look them over. Wednesday
and Thursday at $2.98. "WTiy Pay
More?" B. Goldman. 6-2t
MAY BE CHEAPER TO
TRAVEL BY AIR
Paris, July 5. Early announcement
is expected of the reduction of pas passenger
senger passenger rates for air- travel f between
London and Paris ancLmany are won wondering
dering wondering if the day is far distant when
it may be cheaper to travel by air
than by land and sea. At the begin beginning
ning beginning of the Londpn-Paris air service
last year the price for one way ticket
on small fast machines was twenty
guineas and 15 guineas on the larger
passenger ships. It is not reported
that fares will soon be reduced to
10, 10 shillings. In one recent week-s
flying more than 100 passengers were
carried in the London-Paris air serv service
ice service and it is hoped that a reduction in
price will increase the number of pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. ; There has been an ever ever-increasing
increasing ever-increasing number of inquiries for
the service but the price has discour discouraged
aged discouraged many prospective passengers.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, P. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until' further notice-
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. UL
All you want up to 50 pounds,
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Tulula Lodge No. 22. L O. O.
meets every -Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the old Star See building ft 7:"3 p.
n. A warm welcome always extended
o visiting brothers. r
: C. W. Iloremen, N.'G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
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At Meeting of Marion Coun:y Hond
of Trade Thursday
At the regular meeting of the Il&r Il&r-ion
ion Il&r-ion County Board of Trade, 'Chursdy
njght at eight o'clock, the ir,er.ib.:r!5
will be asked to discuss the ; existing
housing shortage in Ocala. Th i next
tourist season is but a few n ontliz ontliz-away
away ontliz-away and the city is now faced "frith a
situation of being itnable to i&ke caix caix-of
of caix-of normal housing demands, Unlo;?
something is done before nsxt v; ti titer,
ter, titer, it will be necessary to ti rn aw;:y
many visitors and possible lesidi-nt.-.
So far no one has come! forward wi'.h
a plan to solve the problem. The sec secretary
retary secretary of the Board of Trace thinks
that a discussion of the prctkn by
the business men of the city may re result"
sult" result" in a solution. The problem ii
certainly one of sufficient importance
to make an attempt at a solution im perative.
The secretary thinks that
there should be appointed a.' commit committee
tee committee "of- business men who wSl give
enough of their time and thought to
the matter to make some tmoTT-mm-dation
The "Marion County FbriJiarj,"
the small newspaper issued last week
by the Board of Trade, ha3 arouse J
considerable favorable comrnt;xi!, i
the secretary is eager to iisus the
publication monthly if posria. lie
would like to have a discussion
Thursday night of the possibilities cf
this undertaking. If a nuillent
amount of advertising can bs viur viur-ed,
ed, viur-ed, the publication car. be ma-J? to
pay for itself. I
GOOD WORK OF THE
STRAUS HEALTH BDPTIAU
- London, July 5. Nathan S;;rsu?, cf
New York, r told the Internal b:ul
Zionist Conference here y?-.terd.-y
that the Straus health bureatj' ia l ul ul-cstine
cstine ul-cstine had supplied a need that hsl hsl-been
been hsl-been ignored for hundreds of years
by a "criminally indifferent govern government"
ment" government" and that it had Lexeme a
"stronghold in? the life of tie holy
land." The bureau was established
by Mr. Straus in 1912.
The only problem which took prece precedence
dence precedence over the health quest on v.;as
the feeding of the hungry for which
he said he established a free soup kit kitchen
chen kitchen in Jerusalem which up to now,
has been feeding 700 to 1CC0 persons
daily. Members of the cononitteeis
returning from Palestine, he said, had
told him that his soup kitchen was
"the brightest spot in the holy city."
The health bureau, Mr. Straus said,
was established to improve condition:
generally and particularly to eradi eradicate
cate eradicate malaria and trachoma, the t"
diseases which were epidemi: th
It was intended to serve all Lib: :
tants of Palestine irrespective
creed, race or color and, since
Jews number less than cne-siixtl-the
total population, its work has ac accrued
crued accrued largely to the benefit of non non-Jews.
Jews. non-Jews. Mr. Straus reviewed the f.;ht con conducted
ducted conducted against malaria by thu health
bureau in and around J eru aalsm in
1916 and 1917, which he said fnipped
the cholera epidemic in the! bud."
Clmics were opened ia five districts
and injections of anti-malari?-. lyrrph
were given to all comers, while scliocl
children were inoculated by' nursc3
sent by the health bureau lata dis districts.
tricts. districts. In all 30,750 persons vcre
given preventive injections against
chclera. Typhus lymph also tras pre- -pared
and administered, r
More than 33,000 pernor.s vrers ex examined
amined examined to ascertain if they Trere ef effected
fected effected with malaria and where the re reaction
action reaction was positive, quinh-e v:as pivtn
free of cost. The water in cktcrns
used for drinking purposes ,!?as ex examined
amined examined and a museum of hygiene was
HINES IN PARIS
Paris, June 18 (CorrespordesM
of the Associated Press). Tallicr D.
Hines, former director-ger.orzil of
railroads, has opened cfHces ia Paris
for the purpose of arbitrating tha
question of river shipping ur.der the
German, Austrian ami Bula
treaties. ; Mr. Hines vras ajjpoisUd
arbitrator for all this work p.rd ex expects
pects expects to be in Paris several months.
He is accompanied by t'.ro ecxetarie.
and an assistant, Mr. Bxica Cli:,s&tt.
Mr. Hines soon will call together
the, delegates from the varices inter interested
ested interested countries to discuss tint proce procedure
dure procedure of disposing of th3 shipping on
the Danube, Rhine, Elbe and Oder
rivers. Mr. Hines will dcterrjne un under
der under the German, Austrian and Bul Bulgarian
garian Bulgarian treaties, just what ahippln :
shall be taken from the;e countries m
part payment for reparation p.nd vi-l
also distribute the shipping; among
the allied powers. i
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The Star is well pleased with the
nomination of Governor Cox. Ever
since the candidates lined up it has
felt sure he was democracy's best
bet the most likely man for them to
nominate and probably, the only one
they could elect. It's the Star's opin opinion
ion opinion that Governor Cox is a strong
candidate, and that if elected he will
make a good president. : .-V;
Mister William McAdoo
Wouldn't tell them what he'd do,
Tried to make them think he did
Not care a darn what they'd do;
So when time came they had to do,
They thought perhaps he wouldn't do
Just because he couldn't do.
And thereupon they didn't do -v
Exit Mister McAdoo.
That two-thirds rule in democratic
conventions is a great piece of fool
ishness.and should be abolished. We
are using the opportunity of our fav favorite
orite favorite winning so we can kick on it
without being accused of sour grapes.
The two-thirds rule causes many an
inferior man to be nominated because
the contest continues until a large
number of the delegates are tired out
and vote for an inferior dark horse
for no other reason than to enable
them to go home. The republican
rule of requiring only a majority is
much better.- There have been four fourteen
teen fourteen elections since Abraham Lincoln
became a candidate, and the republi
cans have won ten of them.
n June was a much better season for
brides than it has been for several
years. Judge Smith handed out 72
licenses during the month, of which
47 were for whites and 25 for color
ed. Let the good work go on.
The state paper which asked the
Herald the other day why it showed
so much interest m Albania ana so
little in Armenia evidently, has not
read these columns very carefully,
Eeeaues the Herald did not advocate
the -Armenian mandate was noticed
while, of course, all the work which
.this paper did in urging the people to
support the relief organizations for
Armenia was disregarded. As to AI
tania, just -because few other papers
Jmve been much interested in wha
called the keystone of the
ituation does not seem an
I reason for the Herald to
' Miami Herald.
iss we haven't read the Her Her-"i.,
"i., Her-"i., closely, for its solicitude for
Armenia has gone unnoticed by us
We would like to remind the Herald,
however, that Albania was for more
than four hundred years a rather f av
ored section of the Ottoman empire,
A considerable part of the sultanvs
most trusted ; troops were recruited
from Albania, and the Albanians
with the encouragement of the "sub
lime norte". almost constantly har
rowed the Christians of Greece, Mace
donia. Bulgaria and Serbia. Their
hard times didn't begin until the
Greeks and Serbs thrashed them dur
intr the Balkan war. In the hard
ships they have been enduring they
" are having meted to them only wha
they unsparingly measured to others
for centuries. The Armenians, on the
other hand, conquered, and with their
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OS?ST CUP OVAE O WW fntGUBRSlJ
OUTA TU PWPER. A PM tT TO )
' Mr.. M. M. Little, probation officer
for Marion county, who went last
week to pay4 a visit to the state indus
trial school at Marianna, is mgn m
bis praise for the way that place is
The Marianna school has come up
rom the depths. From the day it
fctni-tprf it was treated not as a re-
brmatory but as a penal institution
Boys sent there were far worsetreat worsetreat-ed
ed worsetreat-ed than the grown criminals in the
turpentine camps. They lived ill fed
and ill clothed in the midst of mental
and material filth and were treated
ike little slaves. Thru the neglect
of an official, seven of them, were
burned to death in a locked building
n any other state but Florida, this
would have brought about a reform,
but here it made little difference, and
matters were as badly off as ever un
- m. ...
il less than two years ago, wnen a
member of the state board of health
stopping by the school, then in the
throes of a flu epidemic, found the
boys penned in a little hell. He told
he condition of affairs to the
press, ana it sent up a roar oi re remonstrance,
monstrance, remonstrance, but this seemed to affect
the governor and his cabinet but lit-
le, until a legislative committee visit
ed the school, and found matters yet
worse than had been reported by Dr.
Klock. Then they set to work, and a
year and a nan ago appointed Dr.
McClane, and have sustained him in
his work. He has brought order out
of chaos and the institution lias be become
come become a credit to the state and a good
home and school to hundreds of boys,
who otherwise would have become
ugrants, and perhaps criminals.
Mr, Little found the school' and all
about it clean and in good order, the
boys under strict but kindly discip-
me, well taken care of, doing good,
useful work, and with a large propor
tion of their time given to the sport
which is a needful element in the life
of every boy. The boys have a farm
with cattle and hogs; they erect the
buildings for the school, making the
brick, shaping timber, putting both
into place; the work training them
fcr masons and carpenters. They
manage the electric light plant and do
many other things that fit them for
competent workmen when they leave.
At the same time they are receiving
a good, public school education. One
day half of them work on the farm,
in the brickyard or some other indus industry;
try; industry; .the next day they attend school,
while the other half goes into the
field and shops. Probably the best
system of education that could be de devised.
vised. devised. '-,'-
The boys are decently clothed and
well fed. ,No longer, as in the old
days, do they eat short rations of in inferior
ferior inferior food off bare tables, but they
sit down to plenty of good food, most mostly
ly mostly raised, by their own hands, .and
with everything to make them com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. - y
They have their amusements
baseball and otner games in not
weather they go for swim to the
river not far away, and they have
something of interest every evening.
They have a movie show once a
week, they have music, readings and
always something to fill in that time
between supper and bed when a boy
must have something to interest him
or he will go "musth." Dr. McClane,
who is an excellent musician, and took
a large part in musical affairs in
Ocala. has formed a band which
would make that of many a good
sized town sit up an dtake notice.
Dr. McClane is a disciplinarian but
not a martinet. He understands boys
better than most men do. The success
of the school is his ambition, and it is
The two industrial schools of the
state for boys at Marianna and for
girls at Ocala are both doing well
and the reason for their doing well is
primarily their superintendents. As
long as the board -of commissioners
for state institutions keeps a good
man in the one place and a good wom
an in the other, and absolutely re
uses to allow politics to interfere
with either, the schools will flourish
and do the work they are intended lo
do. With the fiery tragedy and long
years of misery and mismanagement
at Marianna, and the brief but an an-Dleasant
Dleasant an-Dleasant exnerienre wfth an unsuit
able superintendent here as object Ut
essons, we can, we think, count on
tne men now on the board, and who
:n u ai A r 1 .rv
wm w. lur uie ne iour years, wj pro-1
All colors, Worth $3.00 a yard
(We don't believe in stretching)
IPMnfliip (Go MnmrpEnj
tect the two schools and build them &$Sg&&
up into sucn innuence ior gooa tna;
states will admire their
(New York Times)
Those who read the platform sub-1
mitted to the San Francisco conven
tion by the committee on resolutions
Here the democrats were found to
issue a sharp and direct challenge to
the republicans and have done so in
high and splendid form. The repub republicans
licans republicans were so hampered by the tor tortuous
tuous tortuous course which they had pursued
respecting the treaty, and were so
afraid, of splitting their party, that
they could not speak in a clear voice.
will at onrp st'riitinivA It of V10 rif?,
cal nointa. Thov will vrf t finH They shuffled and hedged and quali
much snmlnsao-p fhstt ran h to,co fied and dodged and skulked. In con
rvfr- mnoh r,.rtv o-ifi. tr, o,, trast, the democrats are positive and
explicit, iney ieu m nonor commiiw;u
to stand by the allies who stood by
us. They rightly declare a separate
peace for the United States to be ab abhorrent
horrent abhorrent and unthinkable. And they
affirm the need of entering the league
of nations, not only as the' best sol solvent
vent solvent of the difficulties immediately
cenfrontiner the world as a result of
the war, but as the best hope of free
party attack that can be ignored.
Such things are common form in po
litical platforms things that, as
Burke said pleasantly cause a smile
upon "the severe brow of moral free freedom."
dom." freedom." In these matters the demo democrats
crats democrats vie with the republicans. It
could not be otherwise. But there are
certain questions on which the dem
ocrats were looked to for a distinc-
tive utterance; others where, they mS peoples oi ine earcn irom uw
mie-ht be tpmntwl tn ti- wrnTio- .fin dread of war in the future, and of re-
others on which they might alarm the Heving them from the crushing bur
country instead of reassuring it. How
have the framers of the platform, met
these tests and escaped these dangers?
First and most important -comes the
question of foreign relations and the
world-settlement after the great war.
A f.lanuisctrers line of
Tf wile Ifliigss
Glean goods, not soiled
It will pay you to look them over
Wedlimesiay & Ttairsclay
WHY PAY MORE?
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We now have on hand a number of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room and Parlor Sets,
and considering the quality the prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable.
hi - -i
OUR LINE OF
of every description will prove attractive to you during the
'good old summer's time." We have them from
$15 and Up.
Opposite Ocala National Bank.
KcrCi tl20solia St. OCALA. FLA.
The lUnd to
II Barney Trusts Them
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Two Pounds for ... . . .
Ten Pounds for .... . . ...
With a Dollar Purchase ol Other Grocri
of all kinds
FLORIDA BFEF, PORK,
New York Market
n hc Service is not an empty
&r word. I am prepared to
.give your eyes. the serv-
4n c-. l Am ice von have been need.
tj.Yify jug so long.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
dens of needless armaments. Hence
the platform demand that the treaty
and the covenant be ratified by the
Senate, though it is willing, as the
president has been all along, to accept
reservations clearing up any honest
doubts concerning the real meaning
of any of the provisions. The .whole
has an aggressive and fighting tone,
and will make it possible for the dem
ocrats to maintain a vigorous attack
throuehout the campaign upon the
two-faced insincerities of the republi republican
can republican platform.
This evidence of sanity and strength
is supplemented by the treatment of
the Irish request that the republic of
Ireland be definitely recognized. Some
feared that under the threats or
blandishments of over-zealous Irish-
Americans the platform might go to
an undignified and perilous length in
expressing sympathy with Irish as aspirations.
pirations. aspirations. But all is saved., by the
phrase, "within the limitations of in international
ternational international comity and usage." This,
of course, means that no further at
tention will be paid to such folly as
"recognition without intervention.
Americans will continue to express
sympathy with the efforts of the Irish
people to attain self-government, but
this government will not propose a
step which, if it were attempted
against us. we should instantly and
indignantly resent as virtually an act
Other planks which will be scanned
for unsound or disturbing doctrines
are those relating to labor and the
railroads. But here, too, the framers
have been sound and firm and have
guarded themselves against using a
single disturbing word. Labor's rights
t JJ J. 11 1 A. 11
art; einpuasizeu, iia.bu.rauy, uui ixuoi a
duties also are insisted upon. While
compulsory arbitration is not favored,
and no attempt is made to deny the
right to strike, a strong position is
taken against strikes that jeopardize
the public welfare and the demand is
made that means be found peacefully
to settle the greater labor controver controversies.
sies. controversies. Still more crucial is the outlin outlining
ing outlining of a railroad policy. This must
be worked out, declares the platform,
after a fair test of the existing law,
in such a way as to secure "a thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly effective transportation sys-
II tern under private ownership without
government subsidy at the expense of
the taxpayers." This plank alone is
of immense value in dispelling fears
and contributing to the steadying of
the country's business.
In fact, the whole platform may be
said to be one intended to reassure
and strengthen every legitimate com commercial
mercial commercial and financial enterprise in the
ccuntry. Not one shiver need it cause
business men. The democratic world world-outlookas
outlookas world-outlookas given by the committee ou
resolutions, is for peace and good re relations
lations relations and cordial co-operation with
the nations of Europe that were our
alies and protectors in the war, and
now should be closely joined to us in
commerce and in every good work of
financial recovery and physical up upbuilding.
building. upbuilding. In domestic matters the
platform is keyed to the preservation
of the established American ways of
meeting the recurring problems of in industry
dustry industry and of life; that is to say,
prudently, experimentally, humanely,
Twenty Pounds for .......... C5.10
With a Two Dollar Purciia
of Other Groceries.
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ana m-miSm tkj uiJ' audi m
Orange Ave. and Eiglilh St.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all con-
work for the money than any aUHSJrI:
contractor in the city.
fcfferiaj Described As Tcrtsrt
RelieYed by Black-Draught
Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, ol
this place writes: "My husband is &a
engineer, and once while lifting, he in injured
jured injured himself with a piece of heavy ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, across the, abdomen He was
so sore he could not bear to press on
himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He
weighed 165 lbs., and fell off until he
weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks.
. He became constipated and it looked
like he would die. We had three different
doctors, yet with all their medicine, his
bowels failed to act He would turn up
a ten-cent bottle of castor oil, and drink
it two or three days in succession, iie
did this yet without result We became
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol swollen
len swollen terribly. He told me bis suffering
could only be described as torture.
I sent and bought Thedford's Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught I made him take a big dose,
and when it began to act he fainted, he
was in such misery, but he got relief and
begar mend at once. He got well,
and we both feel !;e owes his life to
Thedford's Black-Draught wm help yon
to keep fit ready for the day's work.
ically. All told, the work of the plat
form builders at San Francisco is bet better
ter better and braver than those who took
counsel of their fears had believed
possible. From it the solid business
interests of the country may well take
Advertise in the Star.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. v
. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Manatee- 4:C5pm
2:158m Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC; COAST LINE It R.
2:12 pm JacksonviHeNYork 3:15 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
3:18 am StJPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm. Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
Na J-r V"
WHENEVER5 you have a need in our line and
want it quick
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We will give you Absolutely Accurate and Immediate
Service, and deliver to you perhaps before you
could reach our store.
We give special attention to phone orders because we
know the need is urgent, and we send you just
what you want.
Negotiable Storage Receipts Isued, on Cotton, Autonjcliilc Etc
LCIsG DISTANCE i L!0
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
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Many Darnins are found I
Geo. F. C. Ccukon was ia the city
yesterday on his way to his home in
Leesburg. Mr. Coulson, who came to
Ocala the winter before the war, and
made a good many friends here, en enlisted
listed enlisted with Company A and went to
Camp Wheeler with thatj organiza organization.
tion. organization. He was afterward transferred
to another company, and saw some
of -the most bitter fighting in France.
He has been up in Ohio for some
months, and stopped to see his Ocala
friends on his way home.
MARION HARDWARE CO.
ODD FELLOWS INSTALLATION
The members of Tulula Lodge No.
22, I. O. O. F., expect to instal their
officers, also entertain visiting breth brethren
ren brethren from other lodges in the district,
confer the initiatory degree on sev several
eral several new members and wind up with
a banquet at their regular meeting
this evening. Considerable of a good
time is anticipated, and as many mem members
bers members as -possible are expected to at attend..
The new officers are J. D. McCas McCas-kill,
kill, McCas-kill, N. G T. C. Carter, V. G. and
II. R. Luff man, secretary.
OCALA, 4; PALATKA, 3
SECOND HAND CAIU
The following invitation has "been
received in Ocala and will be of much
interest to friends of the bride, who
ill well and popularly known in this
"Mr. and Mrs. David Burke Kibler
announce the marriage of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Lucile to Doctor Herman .Watson,
on Wednesday, the thirtieth of June,
nineteen hundred and twenty, Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, Florida."
Ocala defeated Palatka yesterday
ir the latter city, before a large sized
crowd, by "a score of 4 to 3. Luffman
for Ocala was, invincible, allowing
only one hit, while Sanford for Palat Palatka
ka Palatka was hit hard. The features of the
game were the hitting of Fallow and
the fielding of Bishop, Dansby and F.
LufTman, while Brooks caught a
beautiful game. Palatka will cross
bats with Ocala here Thursday, July
3th. Everybody come and help the
boy? make it two straight.
The Ocala Auto Carrie Co., .-cesisors
cesisors .-cesisors to Gates' Garage, has
hand the following second hand c.r.-,
guaranteed to be in good condition:
One 1920 7-passenger Chandler.
One 1920 Ford coupe.
One 1918 Buick, 5-passenger.
Also one new Oldsmobile Six, fivo fivo-passenger
passenger fivo-passenger and one new OkUmobi!?
Cash or terms.
The Marion Hardware Company
has at last moved into its new build building,
ing, building, corner of Magnolia and Washing Washington
ton Washington streets. The new store is one of
the finest in Florida well lighted and
ventilated and scientifically arranged.
Some of the inside fixing remains t
ba done, but that will be completed in
a few days.
If you have any society items,,
Miss Theo Wallis has gone to .Fer .Fer-r.andina
r.andina .Fer-r.andina for a visit with relatives.
Sirs. Lawton Smith returned Sun Sun-tlay
tlay Sun-tlay evening from a brief visit to
Mrs. Ed Carmichael left this after
Something to sell? Advertise H.
Advertising builds business.
Want 2ds are business getters.
noon for Greens Springs for a visit
of several weeks.
Ocala Auto & Garage Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael
and daughter, Virginia, left this aft aft-ernoon
ernoon aft-ernoon for Tampa for a short visit.
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i I ft"
Miss Garnet Bose and Miss Long of
.Ouanuo were week-end visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gallant.
Mrs. Oscar Nolan of Jacksonville is
visiting at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Fred Ball on Fort King avenue.
Mr. G. S. Scott celebrated the
fourth by catching, Monday morning,
a whopping big trout out of Lake
Mrs. Jloger Dodd and her little son
are enjoying a summer vacation
among the mountains around their old
home at Ringold, Ga.
Mrs. Chapman was accompanied to
her home in Savannah, Ga by her
lilt's niece, Nellie, Wallis, who will be
with her. for some time.
Mr. Lawton Smith lias gone to
Boca Grande, where he has secured a
good position. Mrs. Smith expects to
follow him in a week or so.
Mrs. Harry Clarkson leaves the lat latter
ter latter part of the week for Black Point,
N. C;, where she, will visit Mrs. T. .1.
Arnold for a couple of weeks.
Miss Helen Hardee, who has an ex excellent
cellent excellent position in Jacksonville, came
home Saturday night, to spend Sun Sunday
day Sunday an dthe fourth with her relatives
. Mr. Sam Burford of Atlanta, arriv arrived
ed arrived in Ocala Sunday afternoon to spend
two weeks at the home' of his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford, and
Charlie Hardee, formerly with the
Star, now in the navy, is one of the
crew-of the cruiser Cleveland, on the
canal zone station. He is well pleased
with a seaman's life.
666 has more imitations than any
other Chill and Fever Tonic on the
market, but no one wants imitations
in medicine. They are dangerous. a
Mr Whitfield Palmer returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon from Greensboro, N. C,
where he acted as best man at the
Hall-Bain wedding,-, a brilliant event
of the 80th of lastmonth.
Our clever young- friend, Sibbald
Wilson, is drawing some excellent
cartoons for the Atlanta Constitution.
It takes good work to cause a man to
be recognized by that paper.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wheeler, after a
short but pleasant visit in the city,
guests at the home of Mrs. Wheeler's
sister, Mrs. J. R. Dewey, left Sunday
afternoon for their home at Miami.
Mrs. Jake Brown has gone to' Mi Miami
ami Miami to join her husband, who is there
attending to business, and during
their absence Miss Helen Brown is
visiting at the home of Miss Adele
Miss Agnes Burford returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from Daytona Beach : and Or Orlando
lando Orlando and Sunday she went to Lake
Weir, where she was the guest until
today at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Hitt Watkins Estes of Green Greenville,
ville, Greenville, S. C, arrived in the city this
afternoon and tomorrow, afternoon his
marriage to one of Ocala's dearest
young ladies, Miss Eugenia Fuller
will take place.
'. ; ';.
Miss Inez Bateman, a 'competent
young lady pharmacist, i3 temporar temporarily
ily temporarily filling a position at the Court
Pharmacy. Miss Bateman has been
employed in a drugstore in DeLand,
but her home is in Mcintosh.
Mrs. Vernie Stevens and daughter,
Margaret and little friend. Alice
Wault of Oklahoma, who is spending
some time at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Stevens in Lakeland, are visitors
in the city at the home of Mrs. Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, aunt, Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
That much-liked young man, John
Forbes, who enlisted in the navy sev several
eral several months aero, is home on a few
days leave. Mr. Forbes likes his work
very well. He is at the Great Lakes
training station, with about 15,000
more of Uncle Sam's young blue
Mr. and Mrs. J. B.-Cappleman have
just received a cablegram from their
son, Mr. Dan Cappleman, notifying
them of his safe arrival at Hong
Kong, China. Mr. Cappleman left the
United States on June 3rd, landing at
Hong Kong on the 28th, which was h
remarkably fast trip.
Sirs. Sanford Jewett arrived In
Ocala Saturday afternoon and has
joined her daughters, Margaret and
Anne for a week's visit with Miss
Meta Jewett, before proceeding to
their home in Lakeland. Mrand Mrs.
Jewett attended the Rotarian conven
tion at Atlantic Uity and report a
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sr. is enter
tainlng at her home this afternoon in
honor of her grandchildren, Martin
and Mary Rachel Roess of Jackson
ville, Clifford, ; Arthur and Mary
Eleanor .'.Anderson of.. Oldamar -J and
Robert and Nancy Camp of this city.
Tho guests of honor and their -friends
are anticipating a" delightful. time;
. Our 15th Anniversary
Follows in the footsteps of our other
other famous Annual Sales, each one
featuring compelling values and each
one of dominant interest to economy
For -Fifteen Years "FRANK'S has of offered
fered offered at regular intervals during the
year Sales that deserve being termed
"big." Some of these sales last several
weeks, others not so long, but whatever
the duration of the sale, the assort assortments
ments assortments and matchless values are main maintained
tained maintained until the very last day.
This liberal policy has been in force
during the life of this store, and will
continue to be the aim of this estab establishment.
OUR SALES GROW BECAUSE OF MATCHLESS
NOW! Incomprehensible opportunities to save on outer,
and under apparel, Dry Goods and Millinery during this
Great Economy Sale!
This remarkable event answers the public's plea for
Lower Prices. Sale begins
Eleven Days ; of Unmatchable Bargains.
Cotton JPiece Goods
Special purchase Dress Voiles worth 95
cents the yard. Sale price per yard. ... :
Beautiful designs flowered Dress Crepe,
regular$1.50 values, sale price, per yard
Beach Cloth, all colors, worth 75 and 85
cents per yard. Sale price.
Cotton Poplins, all colors, 69 cent value.
Sale price, per yard
Plain Colored Voiles and Organdies, 75 cent CQp
values. .Sale price, per yard.......... JV
Ratines in popular shades. Our regular ? 1 f Q
, price $1.50 the yard. Sale price. . . V A X
Skirting materials, a 75 cent value. A1
Sale price, per yard xOC
Amoskeag Utility Ginghams, worth 50
cents a yard. Sale price, per yard. . Vv
(This is less than wholesale cost).
Lot of Dress Ginghams. Special sale price 1 7
per yard C
Cheviot Shirtings, fast colors. Special sale Of
. price per yard TLt
$19.50. Anniversary Sale $ J," 1 4 5
BIGGEST BARGAINS OF TOE YEAR IN
Special purchase beautiful Voile Frocks.' Values to
y $10. Anniversay Sale ( 4 95
Another lot of dainty warm weather Frocks. Values
. A lucky purchase of Embroidered Poplin Skirts.
Colors; Navy, Black and Brown, &Q 7Q
worth $7.50. Sale price V U
A manufacturers' sample line of Georgette and Crepe
- De Chene Blouses, slightly soiled from handling.
They are values to $8.50. While they 1 Q
last at j
Only about fifty waists in this lot. You will
have to hurry to get these.
Any Silk Dress in the house or any Coat Suit will
be sold at 33 1-3 less than the regular marked price.
Unheard of Bargains in Silks
A fortunate purchase of high grade quality, CREPE
DE CHENE. Good colors, worth $3 the yard.
uunng tnis sale while it lasts, per C 5Q
(Limit six yards to customer)
A special purchase for this sale. Heavy quality. The
$3.25 kind. Sale price, per 3i 63
Satin Striped Crepe de Chene SHIRTING, extra
heavy grade. Worth $4 the yard. Sale 0 JQ
price, per yard....... vOJ
Silk Poplins, yard wide. Special per 1 IE
yard. . P JL JL O
Odd lot Silk Plaids. Good quality, regular values
- to $2.75. During this sale, per j J 59
A valuable gift to the
first Fifty Customers
that enter the store
on the opening date
of sale, WEDNESDAY
IWRimiG, JULY 7ft zt
9 o'ciodc. These are
absolutely FREE and
you are not obligated
to make a purchase in
order to share in this
Wo fust quoted a few ol the hundreds of wonderful bargains that will be offered in this sale. There are so many rernarlcablc values
da! we did not loxow what items to quote in this ad," therefore every one of these bargains are priced at random. Laclc cf specs
prevents us cf quoting more items than are given here; therefore, we suggest your coming to the store to see for yours ell the great
money caving opportunities offered you. "..
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Temperature. this morning, 72; this
afternoon, 89. ;
Miss Janet Mathews has returned
to her home at Starke after a pleasant
visit in Ocala, the guest of Mrs. G. C.
W. K. Lane, L I), Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. if.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mason have re returned
turned returned home from their bridal trip
and are comfortably located at the
Arms House. -V
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not price. If
Mrs. George Rentz has returned to
her home in Jacksonvile, after a short
visit in Ocala at the home of Mrs.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing' & Shoe Company. Evtrj'
thinff we sell is iruaranteed. We'ra
fighting lor QUAUTY-not prifea. t
Mrs. Marcus Frank of NewYork
city is expected to arrive in Ocala this
afternoon to loo kafter his business
interests here. Mr. Frank has scores
of friends here who are always glad
to see him,
Rnb-Mv-Tism is a treat paia killer.
lit relieves pain and soreness caused by
rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, etc
Mrs. Wm. H. Fuller of Jacksonville,
ia a visitor in the city, having come
especially to attend the marriage of
her sister-in-law. Miss Eugenia r ui-
ler. to Mr. H. W. Estes of South Caro
lina," which will be a quiet event of
tomorrow. V ,;
Rub-My-TUia is a powerful antisep
tic; it kills the poison caused from in infected
fected infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc
Mrs. G. W. Cleveland is spending a
week in Jacksonville with her son,
Mr. WJJbur Cleveland.
Heavy Georgette Crepe, all colors,
worth $3 a yard (we don't believe' in
stietchi,ng), Wednesday and Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, $1.49 a yard. B. Goldman. "Why
Py More?" 6-2t :
Mr. and Mrs. nugo Mcintosh have
returned to the city after a short
wedding trip and will go immediately
to housekeeping in a pretty little bun
galow on Orange street. ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe and the
latter's mother, Mrs. W. A. Price of
Oriando, have returned to their home
after having spent the week end in
the city, guests of Miss Edith Will
Mr:' W.jfer&all'" and daughter.
Alma, left iastTiicbLfor Tamna. where
they will be for fheext two Months.
Miss Clara Bicketson has returned
from a pleasant visit to Citra, where
she has been the guest of the Misses
Heavy Georgette. Crepe, all colors,
worth $3 a yard (we don't believe in
stretching), Wednesday and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. $1.49 a yard. B. Goldman; "Wfiy
Pay More?", '6-2t
The many friends of Mr. J. F.
Ricketson and family will regret to
learn that they will leave tomorrow
afternoon for Bushnell, where in the
future they will reside. Mr. Ricket
son has accepted a position as agent
for the Seaboard.
Mrs. Frank Merrin of Dade City,
arrived in Ocala yesterday afternoon
to be present at the marriage of her
cousin. Miss Eueema Fuller to fiir.
H. W. Estes of Orangeburg, S. C,
which event will take place tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock at Miss Ful Fuller's
ler's Fuller's home.
We are oroud of the confidence doe-
tors, druggists and the public hare in
S6C Chill and Fever Tonic to
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
David Connor will reeret to learn of
the continued illness of Mrs. Connor,
and on account of her condition Mr.
Connor left yesterday afternoon with
her for points in Georgia, where it is
hoped the change will restore her to
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane returned
yesterday afternoon from a delightful
seven weeks' visit m New Jersey.
They made the trip both ways in their
car and report the roads a little bad.
but not enough to have interfered
in having one of the most pleasant
jtrips they have yet made.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mason and the
flatter's little sister, Susan Stovall of
j Tampa, arrived in the city this after
noon by automobile to visit for sev-
eral days Mrs. Mason's mother, Mrs.
M. H. Stovall, her aunt, Mrs. J. C B.
Koonce and grandmother, Mrs. Fran
ces Howse. Tomorrow afternoon at
5:30 o'clock Mrs. Stovall will enter
tain informally a few friends of Mrs
TTI1IS WMB HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a from)" yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room 'service is
second to non 1
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Mr. J. L. Christie received a tele
gram from his sister, Mrs. S. F.
Pinkstone, Barrett, Ga. last evening,
giving the sad information of the
death of her husband. Mr. Pinkstone
had been an invalid for years, and the
best physicians in the country had
ponounced him incurable, and death
came to relieve all his suffering. Mr.
Christie's many friends sympathize
with him and his sister in their be
Mrs. E. M. Howard and Miss Mabel
I Beck left Sunday afternoon for Mas
sachusetts. Mrs: Howard will spend
the greater portion of the summer
and early autumn at- Provincetown,
j Mr. Howard joining her in October.
Miss Beck will be in Brewster until
September, having accepted a posi
tion as tutor in mathematicc and Latin
in Miss Kate Brickford's popular
summer school camp on the shores of
Cape Cod. .;
Want ads are business getters.
(i w0h! I Could Eat
zzzz&r fhe Whole Loaf!"
Every loaf of Federal Bread is t marvel of perfect baking. Creamy, whole wholesome
some wholesome goodness with a wondrous, toasty, all-over golden crust.
Baked in sanitary, daylight bakeries and in our own special revolving
ovens that insure through-and-through baking to every loaf. ..
Federal Bread is baked fresh every forty minutes.
fjC'r' """" ""?
. OF THE SOUTH
Federal Oakeries in Ocala, OCALA HOUSE BLOCK, Main Street
Wl. A. TINS MAN
Brick and Plastering)
QTile and Marble Flooring
215 Fifth Street. Phone 526
v Ninety day and old fashion, velvet
beans, chufa Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tl
Get the habit of reading the ads.
666 has proven it will cure malaria,
chills and fever, bilious fever, colds
and lagrippe. It kills the germs that
cause the fever. Fine tonic tu
For All Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
J. D. McCasMlI
I Phone 448. 728 Wemona St.
1 -itte'itH iKlMilMHtfc
Modern Throughout. Ra!;es
from $1.50 day. ChihV
i m 3 urn i& uJ -U
i La 4 it sJ u. r --'
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, Fi
SALE, FOU RH:'T AND SHI-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Sis line. niaximunL, c2
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six tissa
75c;. one month, Z. Payable ia' ad advance.
WANTED Bright young man with
sufficient energy and ambition to
build up for the future.! No spec special
ial special previous training ; necessary.
Work will be in various depart departments,
ments, departments, such as clerk, : warehouse
shipping department, etcL Give-age,
size family and when can start. Ull Ull-gcre
gcre Ull-gcre Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. i-4t
WANTED-Young lady to' wait on
table. Appl yto City C:lf e. 3-tf
WANTED Honey. Send two-ounce
sample to Jacksonville Cracker
Works, Jacksonville, Fla. 23-1 m
FOR RENT Furnished i apartment,
private bath. Just off ; Fort King
avenue. No children, i Call phone
211. : .!, 16-l&t-
Qet the habit of reading the ads.
CHEVROLET, COLUMBIA and COLE
Cast Iron, Steel and Brass Welding
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
OCALA MOTOH CO c-L scas
N. Main St. Phone 71
Ocala Iron Works
W. R. PEDRICS
l sift? I V
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Uo. Goarastee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service SUtioa
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
CCALA GAS ENGINE WOI!E
Ocala - Florida
' y fs .
'MM; mm trade here
WE do not promise the impossible, but, if you will take ad-
vantage of the special offerings bargains that we present
from time to time,
We Positively Will Save You Money for the Qaality. :
OURj purchases are all made with a view to your saving and
can reduce your cost of living and live better if you
1 tra(3e here. PllOHC 413 Z
r-""-" -rrir1 ii i mi i m iiniiiiujii numjiji) jiiniiiinmiiiii iiya j, ,i,r jLj,iw-fjiiiiiim.WJWiiiw
IT WAS my busy day.,
AND I told the boy.
J COULD not see.
AND HE popped back.
AND SAID there was.
A GENTLEMAN outside.
WHO WISHED to see ma.
AND I said "No."
BUT I guess the boy.
IS LIKE my wite.
AND DOESN'T know.
FOR BACK he cornea.
AND SAYS the man.
WANTS JUST a word.
AND I told the boy.
I COULD tell the man.V
JUST WHERE to go.
IN JU8T three words.
BUT THE boy came back.
AND SAID the man.
COULD SPOT me one.
HIS BUSINESS needed.
JUSX TWO words,
AND I'M a sport.
AND CURIOUS too.'
SO IN he came.
AND HANDED me.
SOME CIGARETTES to trfj
AND SAID They Satisfy.
AND I will state.
HE SAID something
9 0 0
II J L ..S "... J
THEY SATISFY"-that says it. Never
were finer tobaccos used in any
cigarette and never were tobaccos
more carefully and skillf ully blended.
Chesterfields give you all that any
cigarette could give, plus a satisfy f
quality that is exclusively theirs. The
blend can t be copied.
5- 1 H It iljll Inl VTf ill! NV 11! II II 1 5 R. il U. 1
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD FLona
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
FOR SALE A fine young Jersey
cow, just fresh. C. P. Howell, Box
188, Ocala, Fla. Phone :13M. 24-6t
WO OD Put in your winter-- supply
of wood now. By the cord or m
. carload lots. W. N. OSorne, Ocala,
FOR SALE A $500 8 first mort mortgage,
gage, mortgage, due in about four years on
one of the best little f firms in liar liar-ion
ion liar-ion county. Farm will j bring' $1500
at forced sale. This is a fine chance
for the safe investment of a mod moderate
erate moderate sum at good interest. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 113, Ocala, Fla. ISt
FOR SALE 20-acre farm for. sal
cheap; all under fence; five-rosm
house and barn 1 miles north cf
courthouse. Price $700. Apply to
W. Tagg, 307 Main street. 20-Ci
WANTED One white waitress. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Hunter's Cafe, j 2-3t
LOST Between Brooksville and Dun Dun-rellon,
rellon, Dun-rellon, fed satin and velvet- hand hand-bad,
bad, hand-bad, containing plain gold bsnd
ring, some change ard other arti articles.
cles. articles. Finder please return to llrs.
T. E. Zant, 113 S. Patterson St.,
Valdosta,' Ga. ; 2-2t
FOR SALE 1920 Ford, used short
time, $650. James Hall, Florida
- House. ; 2-3t r
FOR SALE One ton worm drire
Ford truck. Cheap, cn easy pay payments.
ments. payments. Address, "Gray," P. O. Box
232, Ocala, Fla. 3-lt
FOR SALE House and lot with fill
latest improvements; Ford truck;
rock face cement block machine;
also second hand lumber 2xl0's IS
ft long, 2x6's 1G ft long. Ches
for cash. Carl Wentel, 702 7yo 7yo-mina
mina 7yo-mina St. 5-17- tow
LOST Seven jewel Elgin, thin mod model,
el, model, 12 size man's watch. Left in bath
room at Converse bath house cn
July 5th. Has fob monogram at attached
tached attached initials "W. H. U." Return
to W. H. Marsh, Ocala, and receive
reward. s 6-3t
FOR SALE Five room house in
North Ocala, four lots; good well;
close in. Apply to J. V. Gates,
Ocala, Fla. : 6-12t
FOUND Bunch of -keys.' Same-can-be
had by calling at; this olce iS
paying for thi3 ad. C-St
YOU CAN SAVE
On your shoe bilts by having u re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges ars
moderate, and we guarantee satisf ac action.,
tion., action., J
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerfi's
All members of Tulula Lodge, Na.
22. I. O. O. F., are requested to at attend
tend attend the meeting Tuesday night, July
6th. Installation of :ker3. Rgfre ali aliments
ments aliments will be served. All visit!:
brothers invited. .
C. W. foremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. 1-f t
NOTICE TO ODD FELLOWS
On Tuesday evening, July Ctlv tbe
officers of Tulula Lodge will be in installed.
stalled. installed. There will also.be a district
meeting. After the i session refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served. All members,
as well as every visiting Odd Fellow
i3 urged to be present. -2t:,
. AW.-a'Moremen, N. G.
i '."o- NOTIC13-- .V-
The ..annual meetbg cf ths stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the darken Har.l-,rr3 Cc.
will be 'held 'at 'their of'.r? i.-. O.
Fla., July 6th, 1920.' ut 8 o'c' -p. r: -"
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