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OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JIM 7, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 162
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Assistant Secretary of the Navy
, Nominated as Cox's Run Running
ning Running Mate
San Francisco, July 7. Franklin
D, Roosevelt, assistant secretary of
the navy and relative of the president
who bore that name, was chosen by
the democratic national convention
yesterday as its candidate for vice vice-president
president vice-president and running mate for Gov
The bandwagon movement for Mr.
Roosevelt got under way very quick quickly
ly quickly soon after the convention assem assembled
bled assembled and although other candidates-
among them Gov. Stewart, of Mori Mori-tana,
tana, Mori-tana, and Maj. Gen. L. D, Tyson of
Tennessee, were presented, there was
no doubt of Mr. Roosevelt's selection
from the first.
Mr. Roosevelt was nominated for
the vice presidency by Timothy T.
Ansberry, former representative from
.Ohio, who sat in the convention as a
District of Columbia delegate.
Mr. Roosevelt's nomination from the
District of Columbia instead. of from
New "York state was accounted a bit
of political stategy which would meet
the demands of the western delegates
for a candidate not accounted a mem member
ber member of the Tammany forces of New
Despite Mr. Roosevelt's political
difficulties with -Tammany, it was re re-..
.. re-.. ported about the convention hall that
the organization was ready to "swal "swallow
low "swallow him Vas some of the politicians
put it. There were continuous confer conferences
ences conferences while the nominating speeches
were being made.
Dayton, July 7. -Gov. Cox thinks
Roosevelt will be a good running
mate.. He appeared pleased with the
corvention's selection and immediate immediately
ly immediately sent a congratulatory telegram to
Mr. Roosevelt, Gov,. Cox admitted he
' "was notvintimately acquainted with
his team mate but declared him a
v "vigorous, upstanding... courageous
and progressive democrat.", w ;
ROOSEVELT WILL RESIGN ;
San .ancrisco, July .--Delegates
to the convention are leaving for
their homes on every 'train. s Mr.
- Roosevelt expected to leave during" the
day for Dayton to consult with Gov.
Cox and where preliminary plans for
the campaign will be drafted subject
to amendment later when the party-f
machinery has been organized and
the necessary advisers selected. :- Mr.
Roosevelt expects to resign from the
navy department as soon as he can
clear up his desk.
WANT TO BE ARID
Buenos Aires, July 7. The govern government
ment government is opposed to the ; prohibition
bill recently introduced in congress,
it was announced today. Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of the wine interests were assur assured
ed assured the executive department would
use all its legal resources against the
POLES RETIRE BEFORE
THE BOLSHEVIK MASSES
, Warsaw, July 7. Along a 720 720-mile
mile 720-mile front the Russian bolshevik!
have launched the greatest attack
ever hurled against the Polish lines.
To shorten their lines, the Poles have
begun a withdrawal at all points.
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Fairchild' Resistance to the Nine Nine-'
' Nine-' teenth Amendment is Some Something
thing Something Fierce
' (Associated Frees)
Washington, July 1 Proceedings
asking that Secretary of State Colby
be enjoined from issuing any procla proclamation
mation proclamation declaring the suffrage amend amendment
ment amendment ratified were instituted in the
District of Columbia supreme court
today by Charles Fairchild, of New
York, president of the American Con Constitutional
stitutional Constitutional League. Fairchild also
seeks to prevent Attorney General
Palmer from enforcing the amend amendment.
ment. amendment. The court issued an order calling on
Colby and Palmer to show cause July
13th why the motion should not be
granted. v The basis of the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings is the claim that ratification by
West Virginia was illegal because it
was accomplished by fraud and the
proposed ratification "by the Tennessee
legislature would be illegal on i the
ground that the legislature lacked au authority
thority authority under the state constitution
to act on the measure.
BARGAINS IN BUNCHES
Frank's store is always giving its
patrons tremendous bargain sales,
but the one that is now going on is
the climax of them alL The doors
were opened this morning on schedule
time at 9 o'clock and in a few min minutes
utes minutes standing room in the store was
at a premium. J Georgette crepe, silk
crepe de chene and some cotton goods
were selling as fast as the goods could
be measured off and the store had
twice the force usually employed. On
the entrance of the first fifty people
in the store envelopes were, Jianded
them at the door and those fortunate
enough to secure me of these! en envelopes,
velopes, envelopes, each containing a f number
corresponding with a numbered article
tojdbjgtfen.lme. across thejroora.
drew a prize worth from $1.50 to $3.
Mr. Israel son and his entire force
worked untiringly to accommodate
their patrons and appreciation is
attested by the successful and grow growing
ing growing business they are doing.
MARION POST MEETS
Marion County Post No. 1 of the
American Legion meets in regular
session in the Board of Trade room
this evening. 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 of securing club rooms is
still a live one.
To the Honorable Board of Education,
of Marion County.
" Ocala, Florida.
The undersigned petitioners, all
taxpayers and patrons of the Ebs Ebs-nezer
nezer Ebs-nezer school, respectfully request that
you call ah election for the purpose
of creating a special tax school dis district,
trict, district, to be known as Ebenezer Spec Special
ial Special Tax School District No. 42, and
to include the following territory, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Sections 13, 14, 15, 22, 23 and
24, township 12, range 19, in Arre Arre-donda
donda Arre-donda Grant, and 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27
35 and 36, township 12, range 19, in
U. S. G. Survey, all in Marion county,
Florida. '::;:V;:;vv v.'.; v.'.;-The
The v.'.;-The above petition will be presented
to the board of public instruction on
Wednesday, August 4th, 1920.
W. J. Fielding.
W. H. Anderson.
A. M. Anderson.
J. C. Huggins.
C M. Horne.
C. S. Mims.
7-7-wed4t T. A. Denmark.
Get the habit of reading the ads.
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If He Expects to Win, So He Rests
, for the Race by Taking An-:
other Day Off
. (Associated Press) ;
Marion, O., July 7. Senator Hatd Hatd-ing
ing Hatd-ing planned to spend another quiet
day today. National Chairman Hays
and T. Coleman DuPont, chairman ot
the committee on arranging for the
notification, will see him Friday ari l
discuss plans for that event.
MRS. R.. L. ANDERSON SR. to -ENTERTAINED
j One of the very happiest and j -liest
afternoons of the summer w-?
the one spent yesterday when Mrs. "fc.
I .Anderson Sr. entertained about
fifty real young folks at her home in
honor otjher grandchildren, Clifford,
Arthur and Mary 'Eleanor Anderson
of Oldsmar, Martin and Mary Rachel
Roess of Jacksonville and Robert aifd
Nancy Camp of this city.
As the guests arrived they wer-e
served to refreshing punch. All kinds
of interesting games were indulged in,
btu the one causing the most fun way
the guessing game, i "Independent's
Day." To the one who formed the
greatest number of names out of these
two word s was given a lovely box
candy, which fell ; to Marion Meffert.
Another game which proved most in interesting
teresting interesting was the carrying of peanuts
on a knife blade to a designated poiit
and the prize winner in this content
was Leonard Bennett, who received fa
useful book. ; :
Toward the close of the afternoon,
Mrs. Anderson, assisted by her daugh daughters"
ters" daughters" and daughters-in-law, Mrs. M. 4.
Roes of Jacksonville, Mrs. R. C. Camp
and Mrs. R; L. Anderson Jr., served
the happy honorees and their play playmates
mates playmates to ice cream, cake and mints.;
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. L. W.
Duval made the afternoon an -exceedingly
pleasant one for several visitors
in the city and their hostesses by en entertaining
tertaining entertaining them first at the Temple
theater, where the pictures were en enjoyed,
joyed, enjoyed, after which she invited -them
to her home to spend another merry
Shortly after the party had arrived
at Mrs. Duval's home she served a
menu consisting of fruit, salad, hot
rolls, ribbon sandwiches, ice tea,
maple cream and angel ? food cake.
Those spending the afternoon with
Mrs. Duval were Mrs. Sandford Jewett
of Lakeland, Mrs. C. V. Miller of
Tampa, Mrs. Alfred Beck of Fort
Lauderdale, Mrs. Fred Hocker, Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. H. M. Hampton,
Mrs. C. R. Tydings and Miss Kate
Carlton of Arcadia.
S. S. KNIGHT
The Star regrets to report the
death of another of our old citizens,
Mr. S. S. Knight, who passed away at
his home near Oklawaha Sunday. Mr.
Knight lived in Ocala quite awhile
and raised a large family of girls and
boys. Mrs. H. P. Bitting of this city
is one of his daughters and Mrs.
George Batts another. A few years
ago, the family removed to the south
end of the county, near the river.
Mr. Knight's remains will be in interred
terred interred in Greenwood annex this aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, Rev. C. W. White officiating.
Mclver & MacKay have charge of
the arrangements. We will try to
give a more complete; report tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. SUGAR
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It's Cox's Opinion Louisiana Should
at Once Ratify the Suffrage 4
Dayton, July 7. Gov. Cox today
expressed the opinion that it is the
duty of the Louisiana legislature to
ratify the. woman's suffrage amend amendment
ment amendment immediately. The governor ex expressed
pressed expressed thi opinion in a telegram re replying
plying replying to Frank Looney, democratic
state chairman, who asked him to ex express
press express his views to the assembly, on
COMING UP IN NORTH CAROLINA
Raleigh, N. C, July 7. Governor
Blckett has called a special session
of the legislature for August 10th to
act on the state tax commission's re report
port report concerning the re-valuing of
property. Ratification of the suffrage
anendnient is not mentioned in the
call but it is expected the question
will come up during the session.
A quiet and simple home wedding
of much interest to friends through throughout
out throughout Florida and South Carolina was
solemnized s this afternoon at three
o'clock, when Miss Frances Eugenia
Fuller of this city became the bride
of Mr. Hitt Watkins Estes of Green Greenville,
ville, Greenville, S. C.j at the home of the bride
on West Broadway, with Rev. W. F.
Creson officiating. V :
The floral decorations in the rooms
of the lower floor was a combination
of asparagus ferns, palms, Shasta
daisies and hydrangeas, making a
very effective, and pretty appearance.
As the guests arrived fruit punch
was informally served to them, while
Miss Sarah Dehon sang "I.Love You
Truly,, 'accompanied by Miss Annie
Promptly at 3 o'clock the bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom with his bride entered the sit sitting
ting sitting ''rootfrj--where they ftTere-umttd -ii
marriage, the impressive ring cere ceremony
mony ceremony being used, and immediately
afterward they were showered with
congratulations and best wishes from
all present. .''.,
Mrs. Watkins, who is a very.pretty
brunette, was exceptionally attrac attractive
tive attractive in her wedding costume of siik
net over satin with trimmings of lace
and ruffles, which was most becoming
to her graceful figure.
Following the service and while the
guests were extending congratulations
to the happy couple and viewing the
many useful and handsome wedding
presents on display in the dining
room, a refreshing course of ice
cream and' cake with mints was served
to all present."
Just before departing the bride
changed her gown to a traveling suit
of navy tricotine, which which she
wore a chic hat to match with other
accessories. Mrs. Watkins was born
and reared in Ocala. The eldest
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Fuller, she is a graduate of Agnes
Scott Seminary in Atlanta and for
the past several years has filled most
efficiently a place on the faculty of the
Ocala high school. A large circle of
friends with which she was most pop popular
ular popular will regret that her marriage
takes her away from Ocala. .
Upon the United States',, entrance
into the war, Mr. Estes volunteered
and shortly after went to France with
the Rainbow Division and was. with
it throughout the war. He is now ac actively
tively actively engaged in the real estate bus business
iness business in Greenville, S. C, and is one
of that town's most promising and
successful young men.
Mr. and Mrs. Estes left on an aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon train, and their friends join
the Star in extending they good wishes
for a happy and prosperous married
life in their new home at Greenville,
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Achilles of the Pacific Coast Has
Come Forth from Within
San Francisco, July 7. Support of
the republican party "with a candi candidate
date candidate standing four-square upon the
platform" is the only choice left those
"who believe in safeguarding, pro
tecting or preserving of our Ameri Americanism,"
canism," Americanism," Senator Hiram Johnson de declared
clared declared in a statement issued here to today.
A GOOD RECOMMENDATION
At a meeting of the city council
heici last evening it was recommended
that the following widths between
curbs be adhered to under the present
paving program:' 30 feet for business
streets, 24 feet for arteries leading in
and out of town," and 20 feet for cross
streets. : : h. ; -v: V '- ..
For example: On Oklawaha avenue
from Watula street to Silver Springs
road, by paving 24 feet a saving of
$7200 Will accrue to the property own owners
ers owners and will permit of the construction
of a combination curb and gutter on
both sides of the street. This will in increase
crease increase the parkway between the curb
and sidewalk by approximately seven
feet. This parkway will add greatly
to the appearance of the street by per permitting
mitting permitting the planting of trees and
grass, also affording an excellent
place for water and gas pipes, tele telephone
phone telephone ad electric light conduits and
guards against tearing up pavement
in the future for the installation of
the above. ' .' '- -.:
The council -.. favors this plan, but
has held the matter over until the
next meeting in order to hear from
the property owners concerned.
.The' Rotarians at their t regular
weekly luncheon yesterday r were .ad .addressed
dressed .addressed by City Engineer, Young, who
outlined some of the phases of modern
city building from the engineering
point of view. Mr. Young was intro introduced
duced introduced as not only the city engineer,
but an ex-service. man who fought in
France and was awarded the Croix
de Guerre with palm ,by Marshal Pe Pe-tain.
tain. Pe-tain. " :
Mr. Young, calling attention to the
fact that few cities in the eastern
states have been built in accordance
with a definite plan, pointed out some
of the difficulties resulting from this.
It meant, he said, that there was much
to undo. He spoke of the importance
of, establishing permanent street
grades, and the relationship of the
streets with abutting property. He
spoke of the Importance of the aes aesthetic
thetic aesthetic in laying out streets, and of the
use of parking between the driveways
and abutting property, stating among
other things that the parking serves
to place distance between residences
and the noise and dust of the streets.
He stated that the width of streets is
based in modern 'engineering practice
upon the heighth of adjoining build buildings,
ings, buildings, and that some cities had found
it necessary to fix by law a maximum
height for buildings on streets of a
certain width to make sure of a proper
circulation of air.
WTiile Mr. Young will represent the
city as engineer in charge of the pro proposed
posed proposed street paving program, he ex expects
pects expects to locate in Ocala permanently
and is moving his family here.
R. V. Ott. became a member of the
Rotary Club at the luncheon yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. He is a former member of the
Rotary Club of Gainesville, and is now
with the Loncala Phosphate Company
Campaign Plans of Republicans Da
Do Not Embrace Attacks
Chicago, July 7. Republican lead leaders
ers leaders from the middle western states
continued to arrive today to confer
with Chairman Hay3 and other mem
bers of the natfonal committee. They
insisted their campaign plans would
be directed against the democratic
platform and not the nominee.
READY WITH BUCKSHOT
FOR RED ROACH
Danville, Va., July 7. Red Roach,
a negro, was shot to death by a farm farmer
er farmer near Roxboro, N. C, last night,
after an alleged attack on a 13-year-old
TEUTONS THINK THEY
. HAVE A BETTER PLAN
Spa, July 7. A decision has been
reached by officials of the German
delegation recommending that the
delegation present a plan of disarma disarmament
ment disarmament for Germany to the allied rep representatives.
resentatives. representatives. VILLA MAY RESIGN
HIS ROLE OF VILLAIN
El Paso, July 7. An armistice has
been signed by Villa and he has
agreed to surrender to the provisional
government under certain conditions,
according to a Torreon dispatch pub published
lished published by the El Paso Times. Villa
has agreed to cease attacks on towns,
garrisons and trains.
ODD FELLOWS HAD
A GOOD EVENING
The members of Tulula Lodge and
their guests from the-Oxford lodge
had a very pleasant and instructive,
session Tuisday evening. OifiCers
were installed, a candidate, Mr.- Ar
thur Sewell, was impressively given
the initiatory degree, many, good
talks were made for the good of the
order and the occasion was ended with
a full-sized banquet. Watermelon, iced
tea, cake and ice cream were on the
bil lof fare, and were of the best qual qual-ity.
ity. qual-ity. The new officers are J. D. McCas-
kili, N. G.f T. C. Carter, V. G. and II.
R. Luff man, secretary.
Mr. R. L. Bridges, who has been
very ill, has been taken, to Atlanta for
recuperation by Mrs. Bridges and his
brother, Mr. T. E. Bridges.
Miss Beulah Morrison, the Star's
clever and charming Anthony corres
pondent, was in town today, taking
her weekly music lesson from Miss
'.Mrs. William Charles returned yes
terday from a visit to Tampa.
In his office Sunday evening, Judge
Smith joined in wedlock Mr. Norman
Jerome Baker and Miss Eva Estelle
Mills. Saturday he issued license to
Mr- Daniel A. Nungesser and Miss
Mary F. Jackson.
SECOND HAND CARS
The Ocala Auto & Garage Co., suc successors
cessors successors to Gates' Garage, has on
hand the following second hand cars,
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, five five-passenger
passenger five-passenger and one new Oldsmobile
Cash or terms.
6-tf Ocala Auto & Garage Co.
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Now, let Mr. Gompers bring on his
men in the country. A relative of the man who wrote it may be as pure as
great Theodore, he possesses in no he thinks he is, he has surely missed
small measure some of the best qual-la lot of fun:
ities of his distinguished kinsman. He I A Noble Record
has ably filled for a number of years I "I am 68 years old. The 5th day of
the position of assistant secretary to next August I will have been mar
the navy, and to him a great deal of ried 51 years. My wife is still living;
the efficiency of that arm of the serv-we have raised six children, three
ice is due. It has been rather too boys and tqree girls. The oldest son
much the, fashion of parties to nomi- died at 22 years of age with typhoid
natc inferior men for the office oi fever. We have 17 grandchildren and
vice president, but in this case the J two great grandchildren. If I were a
democrats have : chosen another big I young man again and knew the wora-
man to act as running mate for Cox. 1 an I married would be just what she
has been, I would marry the same
EenortW the news for the dem- 1 mary, and tnat girl was
oeratic 'convention was a lone, wearv- a-ary uostme. l never naa a case m
ing, worrying job for the Star. The court in my me; l never sat on a jury
principal trouble .was that the con- but once;-1 never had a fight with any
vention was held in a city three hours man- 1 never used tobacco m my
behind our time, and this difference life; 1 have not drank a drop of in-
caused the Daoer to tro to nress about tcxicating liquor in 36 years; I have
I t v rf t
w. ;to ho jTT.ToTif Kncmoes rf 1 not aranK any conee in zu years, n
the dav hean. After thaif it was every man could write a record like
woVi txrtA waif anA wnmr nr Hi tw.lthis we would have no use for sheriffs
liatrnfr-W ramp in PPrtnlp whn rPfll- Or jail houses. "W. N. Milton.
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lv understood the situation will haval aseiana, rioriaa.
to aeknowlede-e that the Associated
Press and its messenerer bov. the I 1 HAT W IDE-OPEN
VViotam TTnlrm ravo orklonrUfl dprvio BONDING SCHEME
Coming back to meet the sun, the I (Tampa Tribune)
dispatches often made time over the! The position of this paper is well
standard belts some of them were m known to be in opposition to the pro-
the Star office fifteen or twenty mm- posal to bond the state to 5 per cent.
utes after they left ban trancisco. 0f its assesed valuation for the pur-
The Star, and the public are also un-jpose of building a scheme of roads,
der obligations to the local staff of I not because the Tribune is opposed to
the Western Union., The boys, from road buildine. but because the Tribune
Charlie Sage down to the smallest believes in being fair to all in the
messenger, took a genuine interest in mater of taxation. It may be called
putting the news as soon as possible 1 what its promoters wish, but after all
before the eyes of the public. it is nothing but an additional tax
which must meet the funding and in-
The following, which we find in the I terest on those bonds if they be au-
Lakeland Star, is uniaue amonff cor-1 thorized and issued.
Statement of the condition of
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At Close ot Business Wednesday, June 30, 1920. Condensed from Report to the
Comptroller of the Currency.
What has become of.
Before some partisan republican
beats us to it, we rise to remark, that
the democratic party is Cox's army.
Any member of the St. Petersburg
police force whose breath smells of
liquor is to be fired at once. Glad
we are not on the smelling committee.
Front Admiral josephus Daniels
appeared on the burning deck at
Frisco, and some charitable person
gave him the compliment of one vote.
The deeper Bryan is buried polit politically
ically politically the bigger upheaval he makes
when he rises up quadrennially out
of his grave. Pensacola News.
He failed to rise this time.
The laugh is on the Miami Herald.
It's ouija board, one day last week.
showed positive indications that-Pres
ident Wilson would be a candidate.
We told the world over a year ago
that Mr. Wilson wouldn't run again.
In the death of former Surgeon
General Gorgas, who passed. away in
London last week, not only America j
but the whole woria sustained a great
loss. Gorgas was one of the best and
most efficient men in his noble profes profession,1
sion,1 profession,1 and during the, war he was
worth more than an army to the
respondence, and all the criticism we
have to make is that while the gentle-
Ocala - v Florida
Met a man this morning who said
ho was a correspondent for the Coun Country
try Country Gentleman and. he contended thai;
the magazine was correct when it pro pronounced
nounced pronounced Florida a "desert." Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater Sun.
You should have held the poor
crazytic until the man could come
Bryan isn't satisfied with the nom nomination
ination nomination of Cox. He declares that the
nomination of the Ohio governor sig signalizes
nalizes signalizes the surrender of -the demo democratic
cratic democratic party into the hands of the re reactionaries
actionaries reactionaries on both the liquor question
and financial question generally. He
declared both parties now have a wet
candidate for the presidency. He pre predicted
dicted predicted Wall street this year would re
peat 1904 by throwing Cox over and
In the selection of Franklin D.
Roosevelt, the democrats have .made
( another wise choiee. Mr. Roosevelt
i3 one of the most able and energetic
: -Best Quality
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HAMS AND SHOULDERS
Then, the proposition to make a
certain class of citizens in the state
pay this tax, to the utter exclusion of
the rest of the citizens, is the most
iniquitous thing any set of wildeyed
theorists have thought out since the
day it was determined to take Russia
from under the rulers and give it to
We used to be. urged to build roads
because they increased the value of
our lands, and made available for sale
and settlement vast areas which would 1
soon become rich tax producing and j
profit bringing farms. Today we
hear: "If the roads are not for the
benefit of the automobile users and
owners, who are they for?"
Just a sample oi the expression
from three parts of the state might
serve as a reminder to these promot
ers who say, "Oh, that's only news
paper talk; it amounts to nothing,"
that as "newspaper talk'' prior to the j
recent primary election proved the
true evidence of the way the people
would vote, so in the bonding propo proposition
sition proposition it is the- true indication of
what is going to happen.
The Times-Union says: "Supposing'
that the next legislature were dispos disposed
ed disposed to arange for the refunding of that
twenty million dollar road bond pro pro-jetc
jetc pro-jetc exactly as suggested by the en enthusiasts
thusiasts enthusiasts now seeking to secure en
dorsement of the plan in November,
it would be one of the most flagrant
pieces of class legislation ever offered.
To make the owners and users of au
tomobiles pay for the construction of
a road system, which would be used
by everybody would be taxing one
clas for the benefit of another."
Extravagance grown mad, is what
the Palm Beach Post characterizes
the scheme, saying: "Every resident
j of Florida, at least those of later gen-
erations, believes that one of the es-
Marion County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds and Securities$ 591,957.76
Liberty Loan Bonds, W. S. S., Victory .Notes and U. S. Treasury
U.-S. Bonds to Secure Circulation -----.
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank . .
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures.-.. .... ...
Other Real Estate Owned. .......
Overdrafts...... V. -. ... ......
Due from Treasury U. S. ...... ...... : J ...... .... ...
Cash; On Hand and Due from Banks .... ....
. ....... .... . 131,143,107.21
Capital Stock, fully paid in--
Surplus and Undivided Profits. Earned.
Dividends Unpaid .......
TOTAL .......-..........-......-.--.- ....-. ....-...$ 1,143,107.21
Deposits, June 30, 1920. $
Deposits, June 30, 1919.
Increase for One year ..........
6950 6 5,4 8
On the Merits of the above Statement,
We Invite Your Business.
Service is not an empty
J "SWword. I am prepared to
.give your eyes we serv-
S vce you kave been need need-j.Wv
j.Wv need-j.Wv ing so long.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
NOTICE FOR BIDS
The Board of
will receive bids
On July 15th, 1920
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
Phone 446. 728 Weon
Ti.tNOS A. LOT OP SOO
MOW OUO Ati OOH S.U Ui "TU.
SGttAPOM, OMUX NOCfD UJ
Mil. A. TINS MAN
Brick and Plastering)
. Tile and Marble Flooring
215 Fifth Street. Phone 526
of the state is to have a network of V ? yJrl
good highways m every section of the Ocala high school and at the Ocala
every county; but it seems to me primary school. Said bids to be in
that a scheme to have the state issue accordance with plans and specifica-
and attempt to sell bond3 to the tions to be seen and examined in the
amount of the figures proposed office of the Board or Public Instnic-
twenty million dollars would have a tl0 SaJ,4, bds, to, hf accompanied
, 1, 1 with a certified check for 5 per cent.
tendency to loai the horse with so of bid board reServes the right
heavy a burden that the steed would to reject any or all bids
soon be a swayback. ; B Order of the Board of Public
The Apalachicola Times, m a region instrUction, W. D. Carn,
wnere tney need roads badly, declares I Sat-wed Secretary.
that: t loridians want good roads
PLENTY OF PROOF
and they are willing to be taxed a
reasonable sum to pay for them. How-
ever they will not agree to be taxed From People You Rnow-From Ocala
rt n HWifiATn thor unit wiAon nAwlinrtn 1
ujf ttuutbivui) utab mil incau luuuoui
ton. Keep your eye on the wild-eyed
extremist; he probably has nothing
T xl J- i i. 1
fair representative paper from each Prob tf "J ZSl w-an
ti. . residents of Ocala, of people who can
oi the four sections of the state, and Teen at time. lsk your neigh-
m.eacn we nno me aeierminauon is bon Read the following case of it:
V. Mrasek, tinner, iJlO Usceoia at.,
Ocala, says: "When living in Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, Tenn., a number of years ago, I
was suffering with a bad backache and
weak, kidneys. My kidneys acted too
frequently and the secretions appear appeared
ed appeared abnormal. My back grew more
painful every day and got so I could
Arrival and denarture of nassenerer hardlv do any lif tine or stooping. I
trains at OCALA UNION STATION, felt weak and depressed until someone
The greatest skeptic can hardly fail
to be convinced by evidence like this.
It is imDossible to produce better
A. E. GERIG
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
that no such iniquity shall be put over
on the people.
The following schedule figures nub
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills
I got a box of this medicine and it
helped me in a few days and soon
cured me of this trouble."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't sim-
r.evA A rri v I Ply ask for a kidney remedy get
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
4:05 pm j
4:05 pm i
Manatee Tampa-Manatee St Petersburg
4:05 nm Tamna-St. Petrsbrcr
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am ?
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm 1
16:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 om 'S"
3 : lb am St,Petsbrg-Lakeland 2 : 12 am w
&:ao pm t-retsDrg-iaKeiana nzo pm I aft
a.ir. t ii tit:i I
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.
130 nm I Mr. Mrasek had. Foster-Milburn Co
T"TTHENEVER you have a need in our line and
V V vvant it quick
; i ' "''.'"""'.
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.
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lb J 1 a (1 m ItJ
5lB fMl vM fs til
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. "Why Pay
More?" B. Goldman. 6-2t
Ninety day and oldfashion velveS
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seel
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 425. tl
Get the habit of reading the ads.
If you have any
All colors, worth $3.00 a yard
(We don't believe in stretching)
Mr.- Paul -Miller of Leesburgr spent
yesterday in town.
Don't fail rto visit the Guarantee
Wectaesclay & Ttoiirsdlay
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing; we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting- for QUALITY not prices, tf
' ; .-. ; -. r i r f 'r i
' Miss Kate Carlton is visiting at the
home of her sister, Mrs. H. M. Hamp Hampton.
ton. Hampton. ;:
- M f 1 V 1 I I I 1 f 1 I J I 1 W
A Manuiactrers line of
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v V, j t 1 ,;l.j..t ,. r,- ;.' '.
Clean goods', not soiled
It will pay you to look -them over
Wectini2nlay & Mwsday
. ...... ... ... ........... f 5 t
WHY PAY MORE?
Fame o f Sweet Dreams
Sweet Dreamt fa now beings usedm-27f
tropical countries, and, to bring;?theatory
closer home, it is being used with succesa
there just as it is here.
As everyone lenows. Sweet Dreamt ft
double strength remedy. This .fact ex explains
plains explains the wonderful results attained.
If mosquitoes are IrouMesome'trT
Sweet Dreams, the remedy of provenef
Liberal bottles, 35c Sold by every drug
This Great Mosquito Rem Remedy
edy Remedy Now Used in 27
Countries. Sold by Lo Local
cal Local Druggists.
The absolute efficiency of Sweet Dreams
a a mosauito remedy has resulted in its
becoming quickly jxcogni5e.4 every where.
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ll V ''
.THURSPAy, Illy 8
unter Park 4:00 0'clocfr
Two Pounds for .
Ten Pounds lor. .i C2.H0
.,. ... : -.
Willi a Dollar Purchase ot Other Groceries
Twenty Pounds lor...... C5.10
With a Two Dollar Purchase
,, , .... !. J-1 . .. ... IUCUJUC1B Ui J
0range Ave. and Eighth St.
Mayor W. A. McKenzie of Leesburg
was a prominent visitor in town yes yesterday
terday yesterday '-; '''.v.;.v'
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. OSce over 5 and 10 cent store.
Mr., Henry "(Sport) Davis of Jack
sonville and a well known business
man, was in the city yesterday.
Dr. Geo. C. Kah of the McNeil
Drug Co. of Jacksonville, was a well
known visitor in town yesterday.
Heavy Georgette Crepe, all colors,
worth $3 a yard (we don't believe in
stretching), Wednesday and Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, $1.4& aiyard. cB. Goldman. "Why
Pay More?" 6-2t
iv Mr. W. H. Chambers has returned
from Daytona Beach, where he spent
the fourth with, his wife and baby,
who are summering there.
Mr. E. T. Jlelvenston expects t
leave Saturday night for Wetherford,
Texas, to pay a two weeks' visit to
his mother, Mrs. L. V. Byron.
-Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell i guaranteed. We're
fighting Sort QU41JTY not prices- tf
Mrs."R. H. McDougald and two chil children,
dren, children, Dorothy and Robert, are visitors
in the city, at the home of Mrs. Mc-
f Dougald's sister, Mrs. R. S. Hall.
y i Mr. E. J. Etheridge, a prominenx
farmer on the Oklawaha river; and
formerly manager -jof the Wide-Awake
Farms, was in tfee city yesterday,
purchasing machinery to equip t his
large farm.....Vv ji?-,
A manufacturer's sample Jine of
Georgette waists, tricotine- blouses,
clean goodsr-not soiled. It will pay
you to look them over. Wednesday
and -Thursday at $2.98. "Why Pay
Morel" B.. Goldman. 6-2t
Mrs. Mary Eagleton and daughter,
Miss Margaret Eagletorr, are having
a pleasant visit: at Eastlake, guests
of Mrs. Marrinan and children, who
are spending the summer in an apart apartment
ment apartment of Messrs. Walter and Howard
4 JVIr. James Catkins of Greenville,
S. i C. accompanied his nephew, Mr.
Hitt Watkins Estes to Ocala yester yesterday
day yesterday -to attend his marriage to Miss
Eugenia fuller, which took place this
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the bride's
, Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing. we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
At Mrs. T. B. Barnes' dance last
evening over the Commercial Bank,
one of the mam features was a prize
waltz at which Miss Pearl Fausett
and Mr. Stafford carried off the lau-
1 1 rels Mrs. Barnes has left the city ll
for a brief stay but the regular Tues-
day evening dances will continue as fj-
usual. ' I if
Heavy Georgette Crepe, all colors, .if.
worth $3 a yard (we don't believe in jSj
I stretching), Wednesday and Thurs-
I dayt $1.49 a yard. B. Goldman. "Why US US-iPavMnre?"
iPavMnre?" US-iPavMnre?" 6-2t
Mrs. Walter Lee and Mr. H. V. Lee
I of Eastlake were in town yesterday j
j3 J I accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Ruland jZ
Lee ox rsewarK, jn. j., wno are spena-
it i fpinrivpu. 'i np wpt Known i .a
r the wonders of Silver Springs and as
all others who visit the springs went
I . . . . I A
iinto.ecstasies over tne oeauiuui scen-
j ery and marvelous transparency
NOTICE TO ODD FELLOWS
On .Tuesday evening, July 6th, the
officers of Tulula Lodge will be in- ;t
stalled. There, will also be a district
l: tii 2.1 : .u
wwsr, uie sessiuu
ments will be served. All members, g
0 I us wen as every viaiian uuu t euowiji;
I tt njj T?n i
2t I if.' W. C Moremen, N. G.
. ; NOTICE
All members of Tulula Lodge No.
requested to at-
Tuesday night, July
ments, will bej served. All visiting
- -.j C W. Moremen, N. G.
;W.. L. Colbert, Secretary. l-t
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
Jrpns. rhnfft.. row dm nnn unrcrhnm
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Started off this morning with a
record-breaking crowd. The
big bargains advertised could
not help bringing out the ladies.
Everybody seems to be pleased
with the sale. True, the sale
lasts all of next week, but it is
advisable to come early while
the stocks are unbroken. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps you called today and was
not waited upon as promptly;
as you desired. Of course the
rush caused some flurry during
the opening hours, but this will
be obviated in the future, as we
will have sufficient help to give
our usual prompt service.
JtKiJviSvtJvijCSvSvt SOHSvHI KtiSvSvBS
One lot of Boy's Suits, $6, $6.50 and $7.00 values, in
Kool Kloth and Palm Beach, reduced J, QQ
One lot Boy's Suits with extra pants. Some in stock
in Kool Kloth, $8.50, $9 and $10 values, CjC OC
reduced to vO.JU
One lot Boy's Palm Beach Suits, $11.00 d0 A C
values, reduced to PO tU
One lot Boy's Palm Beach Suits$14 d! l OP
values, reduced to...... P A X dJ
One lot of Children's Eompers, wash goods, in sizes
2 to 6, $1.50 values, reduced $110
One lot Children's Rompers, wash goods, sizes 2
to 6, $2.00 values, reduced "1 A tZ
One lot Children's Wash Suits, sizes three to eight
years, $2.00 and $2.25 values, reduced l CO
One lot Children's Wash Suits, sizes three to eight
years, $2.50 and $2.75 values, reduced $ 0J
One lot Children's Wash Suits, sizes three to eight
years, $3, $3.25 and $3.50 values, re- d0 QC
duced to P00
One lot Children's Wash Suits, sizes three to eight
years, $3.75 and $4.25 values, reduced 2 35
One lot Children's Wash Suits, sizes three to eight
years, $4.50 and $5 values, reduced CA AP
, . x.vr
One lot Boy's Wash Pants, 5 to 17, 85c.
values, reduced to .......... ...
fioy's Wash Pants, $1 values, reduced
. Tov Wash Pants $1 25 values reduced
Boy's Wasn t'ants, ?i.o values, reduced
Boy's Wash Pants, $1.50 values, reduced 05
-3- TyyrppyrTT7,T3 When the boy or man needs or wants any thing to
JXJLIVIILIVIIjjuJa, wear Waterman Has It, and you do not have to
hunt elsewhere. Our years of experience has enabled us to anticipate the
needs of our customers, and it is a pleasure to please them. The above men mentioned
tioned mentioned items are only a few of the many good things we are offering.
Call early and get your choice.
hit a mi a npn?imnrr a m raE
iflia fl ii t i mmiyiimij hab
V .. V.V..W.. W.... V. If. ...,.
Vol sof i
Complete line of Boy's
Shoes, Stockings; Li
Play Hats, ivnn
Bathing Suits, L
Silk and Wash Ties,
Official agents for Boy
Scout Suits, Hate,-Leg-gings,
Knives, Hatchet and
r e i
? v i l j- n-.
I ATCCT i hrAi c
t.$l Temperature this morning, 72; this
i f afternoon, 87.
cala Aito araol (Garage Conmpaiiay
(Successors to Gtes Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let usjprove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
v Dr. E J. Brvan is driving a Chana
l2P I ler coupe purchased from the Ocala
OH 1 Auto & Garage Company.
Mr. C. D. Schultz has recently Dur
" I chased a Chandler sedan from the!
uivjOcala Auto & Garage Company.
X 1 Mr. W. T. Whittington and Mr. J.
1 M. JUatbews of Wacahoota were m
vt i town today ; meeting their many
O Dr. E. G. Lindner has purchased a
Of) j four-passenger Chandler from the
Ocala Auto & Garage Company and it
lis a handsome car.
Mr. Charles Allison of Anthony and
Captain W. E. McGahagin of Okla-
V I i xt.
"'Mm .. O
waha, were among the many visitors IKf
seen in uwn yesieruay.
90 BJ. Main St.'.
Opposite Banner Office M
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams of Red- f
dick, Mr. R. E. Leigh of Coleman and JA?
Miss Beulah Morrison of Anthony,
were in town this morning. vti
' -r t T j t i.:tj" I A?
rj i irs. m. J. rwoess aim iwu timuicn.
4- nr ,, r I
Mrs. R. C. Camp, and family this .j;
The Weihe Company, one of the SXS
city's leading jewelry establishments,
ha3 been appointed watch inspector
for the Atlantic Coast Line railroad i
for this division.
Miss Bertha Smith of Micanopy, :j:
Mr." George Blitch Sr. of Irvine andltj.
; Mrs. J. A. Bradshaw of Homosassa, J
were among the out of town shoppers J J
on our streets yesterday.
Bo you choose tires
gscsuss they are made
by a secret formula?
Or do you buy them
Id cscure '"safe, plea plea-curable
curable plea-curable riding for
cxny miles at lov
jcost per mile?
And because they
- require 'infrequent ''at-'
tention?! : .'
fffth2ft qualities ap-"
psal to you, as they
do to most motorists,
your next tire will be
Just try one on your
Q?m car. Keep its rec record
ord record against any
other. A year from
nov7 you'll have al)
VULCANIZING ; :
Cor. Ocklawaha Ave. and Main
Six Piece Orchestra. Come Out
nor Anderson leave tomorrow after-
UVVU VV. A.-.V. W.
three weeks spent with their grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Anderson
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, F03
SALE, FOE EENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES -Six line, maxSxaua,, ens
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six tizzzi
75c; one month, $3. Payable ia cd
Mrs. M. Fishel and son and daugh, I
ter, Mr. Julius Fishel and Miss Pau
line Fishel. returned Monday irom a
i pleasant visit .with 'Mrs. Fishel 's sis
i ter, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer at her
lovely home on Lake Weir.
Misses Elizabeth Hocker, Lucille
Gissendaner, Catherine Henry, Ella
Williams of Jacksonville, Susannah
Dodge of Jacksonville, Sarah Dehon. i
Ruth Ticknor, Ava Lee Edwards andi
Loureen Spencer formed a merry and
ccrgenial party motoring" yesterday
to the Camps' place for the day, which
was pleasantly spent in" swimming, i
! bcatincr. dancincr and other recrea-!
All you want up to 50 pounds.
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Report of the Condition of
THE HUM WlllK
At Ocala, Florida, at Close of Busi-i
ness June 30th, 1920.
i Loans and discounts $409,567.69
Overdrafts ..: 200.01
United States, county and
municipal bonds ....... 16,000.00
and fixtures 4o,Uii.ZU
I Other real estate 7,052.15
Claims and other re resources
sources resources 7,529.02
Cash and due from banks. 139,491.80
THE WIMBSOM HOTEL
. In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Total ...... . .... $624,891.87
Capital stock ..... 50,000.00
i Other liabilities 600.00
i Bills payable ............ None
Total ........ . $62491.87
State of Florida,
Countv of Marion.
I. Roeer Dodd. cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to tne best
of my knowledge and belief.
Roger Dodd, Cashier.
W. M. Palmer. Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this the 6th day of July, 1910.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Ml DE FAT"
PEPSINOL Combats Imperfect Di
gestion and Mai-Assimilation
Excessive fatness is an unfailing
sign of systemic trouble- It -shows
that your digestive system is absorb absorbing
ing absorbing the elements that produce un unhealthy
healthy unhealthy tissues and .impure blood.
Pepsinal corrects the digestive trou troubles
bles troubles that make you obese. Overcom Overcoming
ing Overcoming indigestion, Pepsinol promotes
healthful assimilation of all the food
you eat, thereby creating sound,
healthy tissues and enriching your
Pepsinol works with Nature to keep
you healthy and make your muscles
firm and supple.
Do they keep you awake at night with their buzz buzzing
ing buzzing and biting?
Rid yourself of thes annoyinff and dangeran pasts with a fenr
drops of GOODNIGHT The Pleasant Mosqqito Lotion.
Made of healin? yellow pine oil, it smells lilce m pine forest and Is
beneficial to the skin, but moguftoe can't atand it, ...
Get a bottle of GOODNIGHT from your druggist and sleep
2 (Msnofsctwers of YeUO-Pise Predoet)
GERIG'S DRUG STORE
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, etc. Give age,
size family and when can start. Kil Kil-gore
gore Kil-gore Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. l-4t
WANTED Young lady to wait cn
table. Appi yto City Cafe. 3-tf
WANTED Honey. Send two-ounce
sample to Jacksonville Cracker
-Works, Jacksonville, Fla. 23-1 m
Many Bargains are found In "Ads." Head them
FOR RENTFurnished apartment.
private bath. Just off Fort Einj
avenue. No children. Call phone
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phasa
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phos
1146. : 2-ra
'OR SALE A fine young' Jersey
cow, just fresh. C. P. Howell, Eox
188, Ocala, Fla. Phone S9M. 24-t
WOOD! Put in your winter supply
of wood now. By the cord or a
carload lots. W. N. Home, Ocala,
FOR SALE A $500 8 first mort
gage due in about four years ca
one of the best little farms ia nat nation
ion nation county. Farm will bring $1CC3
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. 1 St
FOR SALE 20-acre farm for sal
cheap; all under fence; five-room
house and barn 1 miles north cf
courthouse. Price $700. Apply to
W. Tagg, 307 Main street. SO-Ct
WANTED One white waitress. Ap-
piyat Hunter's Cafe. 2-St-
LOST Between Brooksville and Dun-
r.ellon, red satin and velvet hand hand-bad,
bad, hand-bad, containing plain gold band
ring,-some change and other arti articles.
cles. articles. Finder please return to Urs.
T. E. Zant, 113 S. Patterson St.,
Valdosta, Ga. 2-2t
FOR SALE 1520 Ford, used short
time, $650. James Hall, FloriJa
FOR SALE One ton worm drive
Ford truck. Cheap, on easy pay payments.
ments. payments. Address, "GrayVP. O. Box
2?2, Ocala, Fla. 3-lt
FOR SALE House and lot with all
latest improvements; Ford truik;
rock face cement block machine;
also second hand lumber 2xl0'a 18
ft. long, 2x6's 16 ft long. Cheap
for cash. Carl Wenzel, 702 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St. 5-17- eo
LOST -Seven jewel Elgin, thin mod model,
el, model, 12 size man's watch;: Left in bath
room at Converse bath house ca
July 5th. Has v fob monogram at attached
tached attached initials MW. H. M." Return
to W. H. Mairsh, Ocala. and receive
FOR SALE Five room house ia
North Ocala, four lots; good well;
close in. Apply to J. W. Gatea,
Ocala, Fla. 6-12t
WANTED Fifty tie chofpera at
once. Come ready to work. Apply
to Mr. J. F. Hampton, Cornell, Fla.,
or H. C. Bilbro, care Carroll Motors
Co., Ocala, Fla. 7-t
FOR SALE Singer Sewing raachins
ia good condition, $12 cash, to quick
buyer. Can be seen at Taylor's
printing shop, 118 .East Fort Kiv.z
CALL EARLY Chase piano and
household gods for sale. Inquire
for Mr. Wilbur Shively, North
Magnolia "street. -; 7-3t
WANTED To rent, six to eight room
house at once. Apply Box 99, this
All you want up to 50 pounds,
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