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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy
north and probably ocacsional show showers
ers showers south portion tonight and Friday.
OGALA, FLORIDA, THCRSOAY, AUGUST 5. 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 1S7
T IS TIME THEY DAYT0I1 PREPARING ORDERED THE SHIP
LIKELY TO REACH
LEG! HELD A
mm TO WEAR
BUSY SESSIOi!
FOR THE DM
TO LAY OFF
POLAND TOO LATE
TIEUIIOn

VERE AtlKIOUS

'5f

v
if

, British Officials and Other Diplomats When Cox In IIU Speech of Accep-1 Wilson Won't Allow a British Cable

Have Fiddled While Poland's
Defenses Were Burned

V (Associated Press)
London, Aug, 5. British
and the diplomats of other

feel undisguised
Polish situation.

tance Shall Set forth the Prin

ciples by Which He Expects
to be Guided

Layer to Enter Amer

ican Waters

officials I

nations

(Associated Press)

Miami, .Aug 5. The British cable

ship Colonia, chartered to land a

cable from Barbadoes here, will not

(Associated Press)

Dayton. O., Aug. 5. Democratic

ornofn nvar T ho I lnsl..-. K fr-w ha I V-r mra-

Cna h;.V, .... :r.4.: clo,, ti,fl enier American waieis umu F1""3

vns is """"" III killl.cll.lUll tcicuiuiucs uawuiuaji .-. I , .1 i

.-.-j ,.,1 ,....- ; U.t a I sion nas oeen ijraiiteu uy uie ow-.c

,n7 "rl:" t1018 ".."""rVJ irLir:; department. The British ambassador

president of the Moscow soviet, is re- have ben asked to throw open their telegraphed the vice consul here t

ported to have sent a message to his I homes to care for the expected

government asking that Russia accept I throngs.

the original isritisn proposals lor an I FOOLING WITH FIRE

...:tu ti j I

fUJI-l-MllC Willi UliVIlU. i rp-.

PUT II Ur r 1 UU LU.N U, l'JUIl Al'& nM!U,pR ratification of the suffrage

Paris, Aug. 5. The Matin says I amendment were promised by Gov.

that Great Britain has taken steps to 1 Cox today. He said he would make

mobilize two divisions for service in I further moves immediately but did

Poland. I not indicate their nature.

AMERICANS WITH THE POLES

keep the ship outside the three-mile
limit until further orders. The pres

ident ordered the navy to prevent

landing of the cable.

NEWS OF THE WORLD

IN PARAGRAPHS

Warsaw, Aug. 5. Poland has de

cided to accede to the bolshevik de

mands for a peace conference at

Minsk and the Polish armistice corn-

mission will go there in an attempt

to halt hostilities. Meanwhile the bol-

HARDING INTERFERES

WITH STATE AFFAIRS

The first new railroad line built

by Poland since the armistice was
formally opened for traffic recently,
the line saving 70 kilometers between

Warsaw and Poznan. the two largest

cities of the new nepublic.

. .
The largest dry dock on the Med

iterranean is planned at Naples. Re-

months of the official date of the dec

laration of peace.

(Associated Press)

Marion, O., Aug. 5. Senator Hard

ing today sent a telegram to the

1 ,-, ,l,; im,aA I A "ulrao .-.-.-.- i j .-.-- nf tho Italian trnverr.

at the rate of six miles a day. They mmltt? e urmg juffrage ratifica-1 authorizing the Construction of

are being held in the south, however, "on ana one i.u mrs. v wv- this dock and a smaner one at the in in-and
and in-and some forces are being pushed man Catt. saying he was not discour- dustrial port of Baia-Averno provide
hk from t.h districts east of Lem- a&ed over the Tennessee outlook. that work must beein within six

berer. American aviators are with

" I t rt n m- a. w -w-wwr-vm.T IT a v-km?

river. Warsaw is bemc abandoned

by Americans and other foreign res- m compliment to ner sister, airs. The governor of the East African

iflpnts. The Russians are 53 miles t-arson iee oi wasnmgton, u. ana nrotectorate. Major General Sir Ea

tr-rm Wo f caw niece. Mrs. raui airamons oi ucaia, WarH Northpv. announces that iSrit-

TEUTONS TRYING FOR A SEC- Fla' TS Frank .Moifeari was hostess jsh East Africa has been formally

t?ft TRFATV I ul u" "uoria sewmg vu "ai" annexed to tne crown unaer ine name

I urdav afternoon at her home on Mc- a Cnr,in PnUtiw TV. a Cnlfon nf

London, Aug. 5.--The Soviets con- Donald street. w Hnrr.imnn. hp nM:

... , m S 1 v I AwUtiCilUM- fcJ V- W u vuViw w

ciuaea a secret ireaiy wun Germany r The puests were received in the will rptain thp Rtot of a nrotpcto

1 J r 1 I I X r

concerning t oiana a iew weeK aKo, njving room and parlor, which were rate under the name of "Kenia o-

says uie ahuum uns uuucsjjuhuc.h,, decorated with growing ferns and tectorate
who claims this information was re- iarge wicker baskets filled with

WW.,..,. I sprays oi coral vine. The British government's opera

treaty is averted to cotnam provi- After a COUnel of hours of sewine x Pn'n flav and rppH un to

it.i T A... ti 7- I . . I -X-

ons mat nussia ,snouia conquer ro- and chat," interspersed with rare March 31, resulted in a profit of; $12,

iana ana men evacuaxe n in lavor oi Edison selections, a delicious ice 500.000. Lord Inverfortforth recently

Germany, which would hold the coun- course consisting of ice cream topped told the members of the flax control

try as a guarantee against iuture with Deaches and whiDDed cream 'was v.a

i n mi. J..1 I

creuxes 10 ivussia. ne currespunueiii, i .mp1 with cake .1 t

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says nussia is now trying io avom Mrs. Morgan was assisted in enter- in conformity with article 145 cf
the terms of the treaty by creatms; a taining and serving by Mrs. S. G. the Versailles treaty, the German

ronsn ooisneviK army. I Coleman and Mrs. D. M. Parker. Lnv.r, has snrrpndpred to the

Those invited to meet Mrs. Lee and I TrmnipiTinTitv of Strashourp- 3fi old

JAl AIM VVUKlCli-lJ UVhK Mrs. Simmons included Mrs. Ralnh ,r,r, iho W tha

TITT.1 T?ffTi CITITITIOV .. 1 vamlv, -- "" .v

sessoms, Mrs. John Watt. Mrs. ike German troops in, 1870

Succ. Mrs. Euerene Hart. Mrs. David

iokio, juiv it. ine gravity oi tne Parker. Mrs. Joe Sovar. Mrs. Lewis Tho QT,,iai r-pcua of th spals. now

looa question m Europe nnas us ecno Sarvard, Mrs. Harvey Bunn. Mrs. being taken by the bureau of fisher

m Japan, where the problem oi now Walter Eaton, Mrs. Morgan of Tifton, ies is expected to show about 600,000

to ieea tne population, wnicn is m- and Misses Susie Sharpe, Annie Gf the animals, or three times as

creasing annuany Dy wu,yvv, is ae- LaUrie Walker and Elizabeth Betts of m any as when the government under under-coming
coming under-coming yearly more pressing. Rome. Wavcross (Ga.) Journal. took thp pnstndv of them a half score

iapan nas aniuie living jmcc iw : woa.nwn

ii. 1- i J A. I J"-"i "6"

lis people uui, caiuiub jiiuuute ciiuugu i j p A N AND THE

food for them, especially rice, .bvery SIBERIAN SITUATION

bit of land is cultivated to the limit
of its capacity. The land of Formosa,

King Albert of Belgium, accom

panied bv guide Joseph Ravenel, who

Tokio. Julv 3. -Janan's "indefinite I co rvaA thrnntrhonf. thp war as a "Blnp

the island colony, is worked to its full handling of the Siberian problem" is Devil" of France, incidentally being

capacity oy me wo mmion uuwm caUsing suspicion among the powers, at Verdun, ascended Drue peak rat
. I -. l jL ft -. a -. m 1 m

jarmers wno cmuva.e tne nee iiems in the opinion of Marquis Ehigenobu Geneva the other day.
with great skill. In Korea, also, the Qkuma, one of the elder statesmen.
1 . jl 3 1 1 A 1 l I I

grain narvest is consmerauie. "iouS Like Clemenecau in France, when cut Life insurance for cows, sheep

the failure of the Koreans to use

fertilizer prevents greater harvests.

To meet the food menace Japan, by
a special arrangement with France,

Big Supplies of Ammunition with

Which to Fight to the
Bolsheviki

(Associated Press) :
London, Aug. 5. The Evening

News says the government is consid considering
ering considering mobilization of the navy, but
the cabinet has not yet decided. It

says the British may have to call for

volunteers within the next few days

to aid in preservation of the Ver Ver-sailes
sailes Ver-sailes treaty and that large quanti quantities
ties quantities of ammunition will be sent to
Poland immediately.
SHIPPING BOARD

AN EASY VICTIM

Buenos Aires, July 2. The United

States Shipping Board has been de defrauded
frauded defrauded of many thousands of dollar
through practices which amount to

systematic fleecing" of shipping

board vessels in the River Plate

trade, according to reports to the

board by Captain G. L. Carden, spec

ial representative of the shipping

board emergency fleet in Buenos

Aires.

Captain Carden, accompanied by

Captain of Engineers L. C. Farwell,
arrived here a month ago to take
charge and protect the board's inter interests.;
ests.; interests.; "When I arrived here," he said
to the Associated Press correspon correspondent,
dent, correspondent, "ship chandlers, repairmen and
others connected with the. shipping

industry seemed to be in a general

agreement to mulct the shipping
board vessels to the limit.

"'The shipping board is rich.' they

said. 'We will get what we can.' Ac Accordingly
cordingly Accordingly the board was charged for
things not received, and overcharged
for things received until it became so
obvious that I was ordered to this

port to take charge. In receiving my
orders I was told that while the
board appreciated the fact that ex

penses of all sorts were high in

Buenos Aires and Monteviedo, still,

Club Rooms Will be Opened WTith
Public Reception Sep September
tember September First

The Army Regulations are In Effect
Again as Before the
War

The attendance at the regular
monthly meeting of Marion County
Post No. 27 of the American Legion,
held last night, was small as a result
of the bad weather, but the session
was a very busy one. Steps were
taken looking to a public reception
and entertainment upon the occas occasion
ion occasion of the opening of the new club
rooms of the post in the armory,
and the night of Wednesday, Septem September
ber September 1st, was decided upon for the
opening.
The committee appointed for the
purpose of organizing a woman's aux aux-iary
iary aux-iary made a report to the post thru
its chairman, Miss Mary Marshall,
and was authorized to proceed with
the organization of the auxiliary. A
meeting of those who are eligible to
become membesr of the auxiliary will
be called for August 14. It is hoped
that as many as possible will be pres present
ent present at this meeting and become
charter members of this organiza organization.
tion. organization. The new club rooms are to be fur furnished
nished furnished at once and a committee has
been appointed for this purpose. A
number of donations have already
been received, including a number of
war relics.
Announcement was made at the
meeting last night that the balance
of the fund raised for the celebration
of Armistice Day of last year has
been turned over to the postl This
fund amounts to $666.41.
The adjutant requests that all
members of the post who are not get getting
ting getting their copies of the America
Legion Weekly regularly notify him
at once.

WILL WAGE WAR ON
JOHN BARLEYCORN

of office, Okuma has the reputation mors. Worses and other live stock on

of fearlessly criticising the men who the farm has .been provided for in!

are running the government. Italy by government decree. In the

In an interview Okuma said the Dast. the Italian farmer carried all

is making heavy rice imports from reason for sending a Japanese army his 'livestock ihsurance with local

to Siberia does not seem to be clearly mutual benefit insurance companies,

nndprstond hv the ma toritv of the I

a- l anr snf fff l .. J-. I I v f

ment losing $yu,vuy uueur m people. He. added: tect him against abnormal death rate

supplying yiuu-iima nc tu object of the Chmo-J apanese due to plague or other calamity.

micsc peuu.e at a muuciaic p"tc. war and the Kusso-Jananese war ps

A . A A. 1 1 ll A. I

a solution to wnicn tne government wen aa the war with Germanv were .,,.--- rnMin from cno-ar hppfs

is turning its attention is that of in- cieariv understood bv the nation, who this pvar is forprast at 2no7.000.00ii

j..: i.t i i i : l .-. .1 j

uu.ing uie peopie to at i.ss xice uu worked to; attain the ultimate goal pounds by the department of agricul

more wheat Decause oi tne greax w;tu fnn and unanimous accord. As h. if a o.fimoto n thp .rn

wheat fields of Manchuria which to the Siberian business the Japanese dition of the croD July 1. It will be a

woum ue arapie as a xoou suppiy. ix pe0pie are as much in the dark as record crop. Last year 1,453,000,000

tne people woum eat wneat. ine en- the troops who are fighting the bol- pounds were produced from sugar
ormous output of Manchuria is sheviks on the Siberian steDDes." hpa and thp T.ron.tion for

handled Dy the bouth Manchuria ran- After remarkine on the withdrawal thp fiva vn 1911.18 ws 1 S77.200-

1---U i JLl. XJ X 1 I J '

way wini.il at tne m tunc tra- of American troops from Siberia, 000 pounds

ports yeuny .um ovU,uw .umc-c mj-Hma insisted that if Japan tinds
i f nl i m i I

cooues irom onantung province to it necessary to maintain her troops Convinced that sensational motion

wancnuna, wuere uiey iauor m tne there the whole situation should be pictures incited Japanese boys at
rice lands of the northern province. laid frankly before the powers. He Osaka, Japan, to the recent murder of

oiuena in uie great ueit wauuig went on: "What the government is two school girls, the police have pro pro-south
south pro-south .from Irkutsk and Omsk is a doint? is not clear and is ant to create h ih.t Hron ntirlor 1R xroara from

wonderful grainfield, if regularly cul- the susnicion abroad that Janan is attpnH ine nirtiirp shows onpn to

. t i r .. ii. i - 'i -x

tivatea, capaDei oi neipmg m vne so- keeping her troops in Siberia for ul- adults. Police examination demon-

lution oi tne worm iooa pnoDiem.v terior motives. Alreadv blame is di- trt1 that thp killino- of thp o-irl

"The great grain center of Winm- Uected atrainst us for the militarv Ucho woro ncriA af w tnri.a aT.rl

peg, Canada," said a leading Japa- Dolicv alleered to be mirsued bv Janan 1 air. who H,.p to an iMp ohtainpH t

nese Dusiness man to me correspon- m the Russian eastern nrovinces. a movip show

it felt that there must be something.

wrong when their vessels paid such

prices, for instance, as $4 a pound for
butter.

"It seems that the practice was,
when a shipping board vessel appear appeared
ed appeared in the roads and signalled its de desire
sire desire to enter, for those who had hopes
of selling the vessel supplies to pre prepare
pare prepare for a plucking of the golden
goose. The result was that when the
vessel cleared bills were presented to

the steamship agents, and promptly

paid, since it was shipping boarc
money, for every conceivable item at
prices based on nothing except a de desire
sire desire to obtain easy money. :
"Our arrival put a quick and ef effective
fective effective stop to all this. We now
have all shipping board vessels call calling
ing calling at this port, report directly to
us, we alone having the righ to au authorize
thorize authorize purchases- of supplies or ex expenditures
penditures expenditures for repairs. AH repairs
at present1 must be made according
to specification and under bond. Eve-

I ry bill must have my signature be

fore it will be paid, and the result

of this has been a saving of as much
as 50, per cent on many items. Con

ditions formerly were so bad that I

have even heard that in some cases

food was thrown overboard in order

to create a shortage so that pur

chases could be made."

Kiugston Jamaica, July 24. Wsr
against John. Barleycorn has been
started in the home of Jamaica rum.
Two American missionaries, the van

guard of a prohibition crusade, have
just aided in the organization of the
Jamaica League Against Alcoholism,
which it is said, is to af ffiliate with

the World's League Against Alcohol

ism, headed by the Rt. Honorable

Leif Jones, the Rt. Sir Donald Mc McLean,
Lean, McLean, M.P., and Lord Rowallan, vice

president.

One of the American missionaries

urged the mass meeting to follow the

lead of "Pussyfoot" Johnson. One of
the chief obstacles to making Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica dry is the manufacture of rum, an

industry which is said to net the gov

ernment fully $1,000,000 in revenue

annually.
STUDEBAKER BIG SIX

CLIMBS STEEP GRADE

dent, "bids afir to be rivaled one day it would be better," he concluded,

in woria importance uy tne city oi i "for Janan to withdraw comnletelv AmaTo-nmation of all thp stpp!

Harbin, on the border of Manchuria from Siberia. If. on the other hand. worVs in Jannn in ornVr to tiP nvor

and Eastern Siberia. Harbin is ad- japan js asked by the powers to fit the present trade conditions, is re-

mirauiy snuateu to nanuie me gram out a punitive expediton against the ported under consideration by the
arteries of the Far East and I pre- bolsheviks so that Eastern Siberia Japanese eovemment. the authorities

diet a great commercial future far

: that city."
ALSCIIULER REFUSED

THE INDICTMENTS

Chicago, Aug. 5. Indictments
against 41 leaders in the recent rail railroad
road railroad strike were refused yesterday by
Federal Judge Alschuler, because of
an alleged leak.
FELLOWS, wouldn't you be happy
if you could save money on a new
suit? Quite a few of the young men
around town have been fortunate in
fnatehing their last year's coat and
vest with our TROUSERS in blues,
browns and greens. FISHEL'S. 4-4t

may be cleared of these undesirable

elements the task should be under under-1
1 under-1 taken in real earnest."

A REASONABLE REQUEST

(Associated Press)
Nashville, Term., Aug. 5. Coinci Coincident
dent Coincident with the state-wide primaries to
select state officers and thirteen leg legislators
islators legislators who will 'participate in con consideration
sideration consideration of the suffrage question,
the Tennessee, Constitutional League
today requested Gov. Cox and Sena Senator
tor Senator Harding to remove political pres pressure
sure pressure on the Tennessee legislature. 1
What have you to sell or trade?

of which are said to be investigating

the possibility of a nation-wide mer

ger.

Brigands who have terrorized the

upper reaches of the Yangtsze river,
China, in recent months, found a sud sudden
den sudden check put upon their activities

when American and British gunboats

were dispatched into the upper river
from Shanghai, according to reports

that have filtered back to Shanghai.

Carol, crown prince of Rumania,
with a suite of ten members, pass3d
through Shanghai recently on his wy
to' Japan, where he will remain for
several weeks before coming to the

United States on his way home. The

tour of the world that Prince Carol

is making follows his separation
from his morganatic wife, Zizi Lam Lam-brino
brino Lam-brino and according to announcement
made at Bucharest was to continue
for two years.

ATTACK IS LAID ON
THE TRADE UNIONISTS

It is no longer lawful for the ex ex-service
service ex-service person to wear the uniform
or any part of the uniform except
under the regulations that were in
effect prior to the war. Violation of
the regulations makes one subject to
arrest. The following bulletin on the
subject has just been issued by the
national headquarters of the Amer American
ican American Legion:
It is unlawful for anyone not a
member of the army, navy or marine
corps to wear the uniform, any dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive part of the uniform or a uni uniform
form uniform any part of which is similar to
a distinctive part of the regulation
uniform. Exceptions to this general
provision are:
" 1. Members of societies composed
entirely of honorably discharged of

ficers and men may wear the uniform
on occasions of ceremony, but must
have some distinctive mark on it and
must not wear any insignia of rank.

2. Honorably discharged officers

may wear, on occasions of ceremony,

the uniform of the highest grade they

held.

3. Honorably discharged men 'are

allowed to wear the uniform from

place of discharge to their .homes,
during a period of three months, but
on reaching home within this period
must immediately divest themselves

of the uniform.

4. Persons representing a military

character in. a theatrical or moving
picture performance may wear the'
uniform during that performance.

providing it does not tend to bring

discredit on the service. i

Instructors and members of cadet

corps may wear the uniform pre prescribed
scribed prescribed for their corps.

Members of the Boy Scouts, navil

militia and similar organizations

may wear the uniform of their organization.

Members of the National Guard

may wear the uniform prescribed for

the guard.

. The official American Legion cere

monial badge is the distinctive mark
recommended for legionaires in com compliance
pliance compliance with the above.
THE LONGEST CRUISE FOR

BIG SHIPS ON RECORD

. Madrid, Aug. 5. Count De Salva Salva-tierra,
tierra, Salva-tierra, former civil governor of .Bar .Barcelona,
celona, .Barcelona, and wife were gravely wound wounded
ed wounded and the Marquise De Lajares was
killed at Valencia today by five men
firing into their carriage. The min minister
ister minister of the interior says. the assassins
were trade unionists.

BANDITS ROB TURKISH BATHS

New York, Aug. 5. Five armed
bandits today held up the attendants
at the Lenox Turkish baths today,
while 175 bathers were asleep, and
escaped with $10,000 worth of valu valuables.
ables. valuables. i

CANTU'S MEN PICK OFF
MEXICAN NAVY CAPTAIN
San Diego, Calif., Aug. 5. Captain
Cepeda, commander of the Mexican
armed yacht Tecate, was killed in the
strets of Ensenada, Lower California,
today by Cantu soldiers, according to
reports here. t
"HALL KNOWS
WHERE MONEY GROWS"

Society folks and others at such
famous New York summer resorts as
Saranac Lake, Massens Lake, Lake

Placid and Piattsburg have a r.ew

topic of conversation this year. They
are talking about the first motor car
to ascend Studley hill in high gear, a

feat which hundreds of them witness
ed recently.

The car that finally turned the

trick was a Studebaker big six driven

by J. Frank Sharp, of Ogdensburg

N. Y., and just to show that the per performance
formance performance was due to the power of the

car rather than to any element of
luck, Mr. Sharp repeated the climb
five times in succession.
Studley hill is known to thousands
of. tourists as the steepest grade in
the Adirondacks. Located near Ma Ma-lone,
lone, Ma-lone, N. Y., it is 1900 feet high and
more than a mile long. Motorists

have been awed by its steepness and
alarmed by its sharp turns. Some
of the more skilled drivers have at
times tried to make the ascent in
high 'gear, but have been forced to
shift before they got one-third of the
way up.
' z When Mr. Sharp made it known
that he intended to essay the climb
with his Studebaker in high gear,
speculation was rife among those fit
the various exclusive summer resorts
as to the outcome of the test, and
few believed it could be accomplished.
Hundreds of them turned out for the
occasion, and much to their surprise
the Studebaker with Mr. Sharp at
the wheel and another passenger at
his side wormed its way up the long,
steep, twisting road. The car began

its journey at fifty miles an hour,
reached the crest at thirty-five miles
an hour, and never once did its speed
drop below fifteen miles an hour dur during
ing during the climb.

Honolulu, T. H. July 10. Squadron
No. 2 of the Atlantic battleship fleet,
with Vice Admiral Hilary P. Jones
commanding and carrying upwards of
1500 Annapolis midshipmen, which
arrived here recently for an eight eight-day
day eight-day visit broke the record for the
longest continuous cruise for battle battleships
ships battleships in the history of the United
States navy, according to officers of
the fleet.
The leg of the trip from Panama to
Honolulu, 4665 miles, is said to be the
longest non-stop voyage for battle battleships
ships battleships in the navy's annals. Engine
room records showed that an average
speed of 11 knots was maintained,
as against the 10-knot average speed
when the Connecticut, flagship of the
squadron, led the Atlantic fleet around
the world in 1908.
During their long voyage the mid midshipmen
shipmen midshipmen worked as regular sailors.
They swabbed decks, shoveled coal
and did everything that falls to the
lot of the enlisted men. While in
Honolulu, officers and men of the

fleet, midshipmen and reservists were
guests of honor at numerous enter entertainments
tainments entertainments from the admiral's ball
down to the private swimming party
at Waikiki.

Farms sold last month, 400.
Farms sold last 12 months, 4328.
STROUT FARM AGENCY.
James Hall, Representative,
. Florida House; Ocala Fla. S-5t'

BARGAINS IN USED CARS

One 1916 Buick touring.
One 1920 Ford worm drive truck.
One 1918 Ford roadster.
One 1916 Ford truck.
Call at once if you want one of
these bargains. '
AUTO SALES CO., 1
17-tf Mack Taylor.

SPECIAL THIS WEEK AT
E. T. HELVENSTON'S
One lot ladies' fancy Voile Dresses
at $7.50, worth $10 to $11.
One lot ladies fancy Georgette and
Silk Foulard Dresses at $22, worth
$32 to $37.
All new and just received, sent
down on consignment by a New York
factory. All left over will be return returned
ed returned Monday, so Friday and Saturday
will be your only opportunity to se secure
cure secure one of these beautiful dresses at
almost half price.
We have several dozen white wash
skirts, all good values and good
styles, left over, which we will cloe
out at regular price, less 25 per cent.
Also all our left over dresses con consisting
sisting consisting of white voiles, taffetas, etc.,
will be closed out at one-half price.

5-lt E. T. HELVENSTON.

AUGUST PASCOL FINDS
JAIL IS NOT ATTRACTIVE

(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Aug. 5. August Pas Pas-col,
col, Pas-col, of French-Italian extraction, is
the kidnapper of the baby Coughlin
of Norristown and is bartering to ex exchange
change exchange the child, which officers say
he admits is hidden in Atlantic City,
for his freedom, it was announced to today.
day. today. Pascol is under arrest at New
Grettna.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920

Ocala Evening Star

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OCALA, FLORIDA.;
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Legal advertisements t legal rates.
This weather is like the prelimi preliminaries
naries preliminaries to the flood.
In these days there seems to be a
vital difference between labor and
work. ; ..:
! Niagara Falls seem to be a good
foolkiller, but they have to stay, in
one 'place. .
Poles are very well in their place
but they are not strong enough to
withstand a flood.
The women will take the steam
roller- out of politics and replace, it
with the more versatile rolling pin.
We need not blame the Russians
for preferring to fight under their
own government. We would do the
same way. (
Saturday afternoon, the Star will
give you Cox's speech of acceptance
in full; about twenty hours sooner
than it will be seen here in any other
paper.
If the Germans, Poles and Russians
would only stop fighting, and go to
work, they and the world would be .so
much better off that they wouldn't
know themselves.
An author of minor note has, writ written
ten written an able treatise entitled "Can, the
Dollar Come Back ? All we have
made in forty-five years have, depart departed
ed departed and none have yet returned.
This part of the country is not so
well versed in running a place to eat
and sleep, obtain whisky and meet
ing ladies of easy virtue, all under
one roof, as some other parts of the
world, but it has been proven that
it can be done.
From the Malaya states comes the
cheering announcement that deflation
in the cost 'of necessities has begun
by a reduction in the price of ele elephants
phants elephants from $2000 to $1250, thus put putting,
ting, putting, them within easy reach of the
laboring class. An elephant in Malaya
is equivalent to an auto in America,
It is reported that Senator Fletcher
will take a part of his vacation to
make campaign speeches for the
party through the north and west.
Senator Fletcher is a convincing and
. logical speaker, and few men in the
country are better posted on public
affairs than he. The inside history
of most of the great operations of the
government for the last ten years are
at his fingers' ends. He is the sort
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
The Volunteer Proof Reader, alias
the Printshop Pest, Loafs 'Round the
Office, Entertains the Printers, Pies
Type and Soaks Up all the News in
. advance by Reading Proofs and the
Copy on the Hook. He's as Welcome
- around this office as a Bolshevist at an
American Legion convention and any anybody
body anybody who Gets Peeved at this Recog Recognizes
nizes Recognizes the Description.

it

of a man who has the most influence!
with well informed and reasonable 1

people and if he meets a number of I
audiences of that sort he will make I
many converts for democracy. I
STATE BOARD OF PARDONS
ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH
Some weeks ago, the state board of
nardons. to the ereat surprise of eve
. i
rybody m Marion county, except ner-
haps a very few, issued a pardon to

W. b. iucicer, wno naa Deen sent xo persons next winter, apparently re re-the
the re-the pen for one year for grand lar- garding home ruin as a satisfactory
ceny. The Star promptly and severe- part of the game. He should be

ly cnucisea we noara. ai me sm
time it wrote to State Treasurer Lun-Iand
ii. j iL.

ing xor vne uocumeius in ic wbc.
Mr. rLunmg, probably at some ex-1
tra trouble to himself, had the docu-1
menis copiea, ana sent me our iue
copies. These copies showed that the
circuit judge of this county had snt
a letter to the board, asking that
Tucker be pardoned. They showed
that every member of the jury that
tried Tucker had signed a petition
for his release. They also showed
that six other citizens of the county
had signed a petition for Tucker's
pardon; and that L. N. Green, princi
pal attorney for the prosecution, had
sent a letter protesting against said
pardon; and giving good reasons for
his protest.
The Star printed the letters, mak
ing no comment. It left the people to
make the comments, and they surely
did.
Mr. Ernest Amos, controller, was
in town for a day. He asked the Star
to send to Tallahassee any evidence
it could find and he would try to have
the case re-opened. Mr. Amos, by
the way, was not at the meeting that
pardoned Tucker.
In the meantime protests began to
come in. Three jurymen and three
citizens whose names were on the
petitions declared they had not signed
them. Four sent in affidavits; which
the Star sent to the board of pardons
The friends of the circuit court
judge were much surprised to see
what purported to be his letter among
the pleas for Tucker's pardon. In it,
he completely reversed himself. The!
judge, however, was out of town,
taking his vacation on the west coast.
Nobody knew exactly where he was.
Lawyers have a habit of chasing
judges for decisions and spoiling their
vacations, so this one literally took
to the tall timber, and possibly hasn't
heard about the case yet.
In another day or two came a let
ter from Commissioner McRae, de
fending the board. In it he stated
that Attorney Green's-letter had not
been presented to the board.
Attorney Lou Green brought to the
Star a letter; from 'the attorney gen
eral's office, 'stating that the attoi.
ney 'eeneral was away from Talla
hassee, 'but that his (Mr. Green's)
letter had been turned over to the
secretary of the pardoning board.
Between the two men, the secretary
of the attorney general and the sec
retary of the pardoning board, there
is a necessity of one clearing up the
suspicion that lies on them both. Who
mislaid the letter? If it was done by
either from carelessness, he is not a
proper man to serve the state. If
for any other reason, he deserves
prosecution.
Wednesday, Mr. Geo. W. Scofield,
state attorney for this circuit, came
to Ocala, bringing all the documents
submitted to the pardoning board in
the Tucker case. He and other men
here well acquainted with the matter
pronounce them all forgeries, and
clumsy forgeries at that.
The six names signed to the peti
tion of the jurymen who tried Tucker
were all written by one hand. There
was not, that we can see, any attempt
to disguise it.. People well acquainted
with Judge Bullock say his signature
been asleep at the switch, particularly!.
the attorney general's offiee ; The t
tnmpv orpnoral xtraa Tint. nt. rti anitnll
. .r : I
dui tne. papers were in tne nanas oi
his assistants, who were supposed to
examine them closely. If they had
they couldn't have helped seeing
something was wrong, and telegraph
ed here for information. Mr. Luning,
state treasurer, has plenty of excuse
for not looking closely into these rnat
ters, unless he has reason to believe
there is something wrong. Mr, Amos
wasn't ; present. He ; told the Star
that he would probably have opposed
the pardon if he had been there.
Messrs. McRae, Sheats and Crawford
and the governor probably never lock
ed over the papers.
If we 1 misrepresent .any of the
gentlemen named, they can have
space to say so.
Now, what are the state authorities
going to do about it? They have sat
rinwn nnri nllnwoH rh nonniA tn ro I
imposed on and the state to be made
a fool of. Tucker was released on a I
conditional pardon and his wife has
committed or been a party to the com
mission of forgery.
The state ; should at once set cn 1
foot proceedings for the apprehen
sion and punishment of these two
eonhdence operators. 1 hey are prob-
ably m some other state. Let the I
governor ofifer a thousand dollars
apiece for; their apprehension. It s
1 1.J iL.i. A
uetter w pay uiat or more uiaa 10 lei
them flim-flam the people and then
live out of jail to boast about it.
The Star doesn't want to brag on
itself, but there are plenty of people
who say that if it had not made a kick
on Tucker's pardon, and then kicked
and kicked and kicked and kept on
kicking, the matter would not have
been exposed at all. And .while we
are modest, we see no reason why we
should deny the assertion.

Ucala btar comes out dressed in
pink. Probably Editor Benjamin's

color when he gets a bit huffy at
other editors for twitting him a bit.
St. Petersburg Times.
Wrong you are, son. We turn green
when we become huffy. But wt
haven't been huffy at but -one editor,
and he didn't edit a high class paper
like the Times.
A harbor strike leader in New York
.!fwl.ft rnal fflminp nnA
the starving and freezing of many
caught next winter, be kept two davs
rijghts without food in a tireless
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r00m, and then carefully inserted m
the aenest nart of the Hudson river.
rnat js what. he'proposes for many
innocent women and children.
LIFE ON MARS.
The recent efforts to "call up" the
Martians aerially are highly signifi significant
cant significant as marking the end of that pe period
riod period of doubt as to the existence of
life on Mars, at least to the astron
omer. To the amateur, wishing to In
dulge his curiosity by looking through
the big lenses of an observatory, It
was quite another story. Dr. Percival
Lowell, for Instance, had an enormous
number of photographic reproductions
of his favorite planet, pigeonholed in
the rotunda at Flagstaff, Ariz. But
the visitor, looking at the "canals,1
found them quite unintelligible. When
moreover, he tried to "spot" them
through the telescope, he might just ls
well have been looking at pothooks and
hangers In a copybook and trying to
find, say, the foundations of Latin in
them, says Christian Science Monitor.
It was only to the astronomer and
his assistants that the chaotic
smudges and streaks assumed form
and became instinct with a meaning
quite caviar to the layman. Which
reminds one of the artist, Turner, and
the dissatisfied critic, who declared of
a certain Dlcture that he had never
8een sucn color, either on sea or land.
To which the great master of color re
torted : "Don't you wish yon could?"
It is quite probable that the twen
tieth century will soon see a new type
of coin,' noiseless and clean, which may
replace the metal ones, which become
grimy and dingy with use. If experi experiments
ments experiments now being conducted at the roy
al factory at Nelssen are successful,
Germany may have 2 and 5 mark coins
in constant circulation. The experi
ments, carried on at the request of
the ministry of finance, give promise
of feasibility, as the composition l
light and compact and while as wash
able as cups and saucers, is perfectly
durable. It Is said that these coins
would be difficult to counterfeit be
cause of thp technical apparatus re
qnired fnr thnfr niintinpr.
GOOD TASTE IN A MONUJIENT
is as much as requisite as artistic, de
sign and execution. It is found in
Wfceher the chosen be of
every memorial tsone we erect.
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where
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PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
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' OCALA, FLORIDA
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub-
"Shed as information and not guar-
anieeu.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1 :C5 pm Jacksonville
1:30 pm
4:06 Pra
Jacksonville
Tamna-
4:35 pm
4:05 pm
2:15 am Manatee-
SL Petersburg
Tarn Da
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
i:5o pm Tamoa-Manatee 1:35 om
Tam pa-Manatee
J 4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48am
1:45 pm Jksonville-GainsvUle 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:48 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:18 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-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.

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POSTSCRIPTS
For displaying clothing Jointed imi

tation human figures made of heavy
and suitable colored cardboard have
been patented.
English experiments have shown
that artificial silk makes more durable
and elastic Incandescent gas mantles
than those made of the materials gen
erally used.
A new shipping case for small quan
tities of eggs holds them in such po
sition that all can be examined for
freshness by holding the device in a
strong light.
To act as traveling teacher a Bra
zilian state will employ American ex
perts In cotton, fruit, grain and to
bacco culture, p. veterinarian and a
dairy expert-
The French government has adopted
for use in one of its textile nlants a
process Invented in that country for
printing on suk by a photographic
color process.
On the vacuum bottle principle is
a fountain for watering poultry that
keeps its contents from freezing in
cold weather and from becoming over overheated
heated overheated in warm.
A novel bathing cap for women has
an air-tight band to surround the
head and can be filled with air to
make it buoyant and to insure the ex-
ciusiuu oi water. ;
k4
IT IS SAID
Between two fads s woman
is apt to choose both.
Trying to keep out of debt Is
about as hard as being In it
Success spells failure for some,
and failure spells success for
others.
And a self-made man some-'
times makes a noise like a phon phonograph.
ograph. phonograph. V
Look under the thumb of any
married woman and you will
find a man.
Often a man's success is due
to his asking questions and an answering
swering answering none.
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PLEASANT THOUGHTS
If it is not seemly; do it not. Mar
cus Aurelius.
Don't make the fault worse by the
excuse. Shakespeare.
Whatever is worth doing at all, is
worth doing well. Chesterfield.
In her face excuse came prologue.
and apology too prompt Milton.
In manners tranquillity is the su
preme power. Mme. de Main tenon.
Questioning is not the mode of con conversation
versation conversation among gentlemen. Johnson.
The surest way to please is to for
get one's self and think only of others.
-Monerief.
HospItality must be for service,
not for show, or It pulls down the
hostess." Emerson.
"
What's a fine person or a beauteous
face unless deportment gives them
decent grace? Churchill;
There Is no accomplishment so eazy
tew acquire az politeness, and none
more profitable. Josh Billings.
True ease in writing comes from
art, not chance, as those move easiest
who have learn'd to dance. Pope.
The author who speaks about his
own books is almost as bad as the
mother who talks about her own chil children.
dren. children. Disraeli.
There is a time for some things,
and a time for all things; a time for
great things, and a time for small
things. Cervantes.
Real good breeding is Independent
of the forms and refinements of what
has assumea Itself the name of so society.
ciety. society. George MacDonald.
FROM THE PENCIL'S POINT
Egoists waste a lot of (hero worship
on themselves.
Money may talk, butt a cool million
is cold and distant
It is much easier to make both ends
meet than it Is to weld them together.
. Some men go broke, and some
others do not have enough "to go broke
on.
When members of at family quarrel
a lot of truth shows tup in the con conversation.
versation. conversation. In after years a self-made man likes
to boast, about the hard struggle he
had on a farm when he was a boy.
It may not, cost any more to keep
two than one.Jbutthe rather of a mar marriageable
riageable marriageable girl isn't willing t tax
chances.

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Wfcite Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Ccsa
and Go Bet Tke "Old Reliable" Thedford's Biack-Drauslt
Came and Stayed.

Dutton, Ala. In recommending Thed Thedford's
ford's Thedford's Black-Draught to her friends and
neighbors here, Alrs.T. F. Parks, a well well-known
known well-known Jackson County lady, said: "I am
getting up in years; my head, is pretty
white. I have seen medicines and reme remedies
dies remedies come and go but the old reliable
came and stayed. I am talking of Black Black-Draught,
Draught, Black-Draught, a liver medicine we have used
for yearsone that can be depended up upon
on upon and one that will do the work.
"Black-Draught will relieve indigestion
and constipation if taken right, and I know
for I tried it It is the be thing I have
ever found for the full, uncomfortable
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GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

OCALA GAS ENGINE WOMICS
PHONE 271
Ocala - Florida

Smith House, just remodeled. Rooms
with or without bath. Nice cool dining
room. Reasonable rates. Special rates
for meals by the week. No. 310 North
Main St Phone 260. 23-lm

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feeling after meals. Sour stomach and
sick headache can be relieved by taking
Black-Draught It aids digestion, 'also
ssists the liver in throwing off impuri
ties. I am glad to recommend Black-
Draught, and do, to my friends and
neighbors."
Thedford's Black-Draught is a stand
ard household remedy with a record oi
over seventy years of successful use.
Every one occasionally needs something
to help cleanse the system of impurities.
Try Black-Draught. Insist upon Thed Thedford's,
ford's, Thedford's, the genuine.
At all druggists. a 33
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AGENCY
S. TIRES AND TUBES
Cut glass tumblers and parfait
glasses. The Court Pharmacy. Phone
284. 27-tf
Advertise In the Star.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. 1920

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Attend the

Band Concert 1

AT-

Silver Springs

Sunday Afternoon

U'KAN
KEEP
KOOL

Sec Me

For all Classes of
Stone, Bride, Wood
and Building
Building

J. D. McCasMll

Contractor

Phone 446. 728 Wenona St

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If you have any news for this de department
partment department please phone 255.
Trade at the most sanitary market
in town. Cook's Market. 27-6t
Mrs. E. A. Smith of Micanopy was
an Ocala visitor yesterday.
Anthony was represented in oar
city yesterday by Mrs. II. A. Mead Meadows
ows Meadows and'Mrs. Hampton Smith.
The ever popular and everlasting
EVERWEAR HOSIERY for men aad
ladies to be had only at Fishel's. 4-4t

Mr. Ray Fore went to Oxford to today
day today to attend the big barbecue and
picnic to be given by the people of
that vicinity.,
Stanley ferrostate non-breakable
vacuum bottle. The Court Pharmacy,
phone 284. 27 tf
Mrs. R. D. Bennett returned to her
home in Gainesville yesterday t after
a short' visit to her friends, Mrs. E.
A. Osborne.

Prompt service and Al quality are
at your command at Cook's Market, tf
I Mrs. Herbert Hall of Coleman left
yesterday for her home after a short
visit with her cousin, Mrs. B. D.
Backburn and family.
. Mr. N. -R. Dehon and daughters,
Misse 1 Sara and Jess Dehon, left in
their car today for Albany, Ga., where
they will join Mrs. Dehon, who has
been visiting relatives for several
weeks, and Sunday they will all re return
turn return to Ocala together.

Agents and
Service

CHEVROLET, COLUMBIA and COLE

Cast Iron, Steel and Brass Welding

GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS

OCALA MOTOH CO CL simmm

In. Main St. Phone 71

Opposite
Ocala Iron Works

X

Florida Citrus Exchange
Uses a Marketing System
luchBigger thananylan
The success of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange in marketing the fruit of its
members primarily has been due to the
use of the right system.
Men of ability are, of course, engaged
by the Florida Citrus Exchange to se secure
cure secure effective operation of the system
but no individual is essential to the con continued
tinued continued efficiency of the organization.
'The system of selling their fruit used
by the cooperating .citrus growers who
form the Florida Citrus Exchange is
bigger than any man and the combined
judgment of men of experience and in intelligence
telligence intelligence is apylied to making its work working
ing working yield maximum results in the way
of satisfactory returns.
In a short time the membership
doors of the Florida Citrus Exchange
will be closed for the season better
join before then! Write the business
manager at Tampa, or call on
Marion County Citrus Sub-Exchange
First National Bank Building
Leesburg, Florida.
Eleven years of unqualified success. Proven
stability. Increasing advantages to members.

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Miss Eunice Marsh returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a six weeks' visit which
she spent most enjoyably with her
sister, Mrs. D. L. Skipper at Zolfo
Springs.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. and Mrs. George Bears, who
have apartments at the residence of
Mrs. R. T. Weaver, are entertaining
Mrs. Bears' sister. Mrs. George Shore
of Cleveland, Ohio.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
Miss Katherine Livingston will
leave tomorrow for Atlantic Beach,
where she will join her aunt, Mrs.
Beattie Inglis of Birmingham, Ala.,
who has a cottage at this resort, and
will remain for the month of August
with Mrs. Inglis.
We are still handling good SHIRTS
well made, good colors and materials,
some with collars attached. Call and
inspect them. FISHEL'S. 4-4t
Mr. James Melton's many friends
in this city and county will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to learn that he has been promoted
to junior commander of Company No.
1 at Hampton Roads, Va., where he
is now taking a six weeks course at
the recruiting station. i
All kinds of rat, roach, ant and bed bedbug
bug bedbug poison. The Court Pharmacy,"
phone 284. 27-tf

Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and

Janet, Jessie Ray and Ben Culver-

house and Mrs. James Engesser will

motor to Daytona Friday morning to
meet Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Flippen and
young son, returning Sunday for a

engthy visit with relatives.

Three Flower perfume, toilet water

and face powder made by Richard

Cudnut, sold by the Court Pharmacy,

phone 284. : ; ; 27-tf

The following congenial party
rom Oxford spent yesterday in

Ocala,' Mrs. W. R. Haygood and
daughter, Miss Sue Lester Haygood,

Miss Zora Bell Hooks and -Mrs. R.
H. Warnock and children. They were

busily engaged buying good things

for the Oxford picnic tomorrow.

Do you have to. trade at any cer

tain place to aspire for a social

standing, or is it established so you

can trade where your money will go

furthest ? If so, try trading at
FISHEL'S. : .'4-4t

Friends of Miss Delia Livingston

will regret to learn that in stepping

on a piece of broken crockery yester

day she received a severe- wound,

which will prevent her accompanying

her, sister, Miss Katherine to Atlantic
Beach tomorrow as was her intention.

Get the habit of calling phone 243

vhen you want high class fresh meats

and groceries promptly delivered.

Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Weihe and

two children, Fred Jr. and Theodore

of Newport News Va., are enjoying

every minute of their visit to their

old Ocala home. They will remain

two weeks with' Mr. Weihe's parents,

Mr. and Mrs.' F. G. B. Weihe,before

going to Yalaha to visit Mrs. Weihe's

sister, Mrs. Frank Durand, and later

will visit Mrs. Weihe's parents, Rev.

and Mrs. L. W. Moore in Clearwater.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. v: Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Our out of town friends are making

many favorable comments upon our

cozy little rest room. The pleasure

this room affords during each ia7,

the tired mothers who come there to

rest, the sleeping babes -that nestle

in the little clean white beds can

hardly be estimated. It brings un

numbered visitors to the city who
would otherwise stay at home, and

brings to those who foster it a satis

faction that can not be counted in
dollars and cents. The total number

registering during July was 1048

adult persons..

SHADY

lake Saturday evening in his truck.
Mrs. Jones chaperoned the party.
Others going were Mrs. Will Woods
and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Douglas and
children.

The Goin school house opened Mon

day morning- with Mr. Matthew as

teacher.

Mr. J. L. Adams, John Gaskin and

Joe Wesley Jones and Misses Lily

Gaskin, May Jones and Naomi Hol

land spent Saturday fishing at Sandy

Hook. We never heard about how

many fish but were 7 told the girls
caught an over supply of sunburn

and fatigue.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglas and. Mr.

Robert Allsop of Weirsdale were call callers
ers callers here Monday afternoon.

Miss Vivian Douglas is spending

this week in Weirsdale with relatives.

The third Sundayis regular preach

ing day at the Baptist church. Rev.
R. F. Rogers of Ocala will assist the
pastor, Rev. Martin in the morning
service, at which time Mr. L. A.

Jones will be ordained deacon. Serv

ices begin at 11 o'clock. After preach

ing a basket dinner will be sprtad.

ANTHONY

Anthony, Aug. 3. Mrs. B. T. Bent-

ley left Wednesday for her home in
Valdosta, after a pleasant visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Fielding.

Misses Julia Meadows and Mildred

Manning; returned home Wednesday

from a yisitoTelatives in Georgia.

Miss -; Marguerite McMullen cf

Largo and; Irene McMullen of Ocala,
were in Anthony last week.

Miss Ossie Griffin was the guest

of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. DeWitt Griffin of Ocala last

week.

The young folks enjoyed a moon

light picnic at Silver Springs Friday
evening. t

Mr. and "Mrs. W. H. Swindell and

family of White Springs, arrived aSt aSt-urday,
urday, aSt-urday, to be the guests of Mr. Swin

dell's mother, Mrs. Janie Swindell,
and Mrs. Swindell's parents," Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Sims.
Mrs. Morgan Thompson and sons,
Messrs. 'Ramsey and John R. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson o?';IJawkinsville, Ga., and Mrs.
Will Thompson and daughter. Miss
Louise of Montrose, "Ga., were visi visitors
tors visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Manning last week.
Mrs. J. H. Talton and son, Mr J.
A".' Talton, came home Sunday after a
visit to relatives in DeLand and
Apopka.
Mr. Leitner Wester left; Sunday for
Tampa for a short visit,
f Mrs; Lila Perry came Tuesday for
a visit to her sister, Mrs. B. K. Padgett.'

Rev. F. P. McCall, who is conduct

ing revival services at Sparr, was

greeting 'friends in Anthony Monday.
Rev. McCall held two -meetings here

several years ago and -. has many

friends-here. -: V'V

Mrs. W. K. Caruthers has been vis

iting' relatives in Ocala. i

Mr. Leori Stewart and Miss Lillian

Baskin J left Tuesday for Plymouth,

where they will visit their aunt, Mrs
C. R. Yonge.

After several weeks spent in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Miss Ora Moore returned

home Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Talton' Mr.
Hubert Talton and Miss Mary Lou
Talton of DeLand are spending a few
day s" with Mr. Talton's mother, Mrs.

J. H. Talton.

' Mrs. B. K. Padgett left Wednesday
for. Newberry, N. C. Miss Maggie
Befl Perry? of Willitson accompanied

Mrs- Badgett.

Mr. D. J. Post left Tuesday for
Lakeland. ;
Rev. J. C. Boatwright will fill his
usual appointment Sunday, morning
and evening, at the Baptist church.
Every one- cordially invited to attend.
- Ice cream will be for sale at the
postoffice Saturday for benefit of the
Baptist church.
Mr. T. A. Lamb is in Jacksonville
on a business trip.

Tremere, George Newland, Mr. D. C.
Stanley -and. daughter, Mariennu,
Mrs. R. L. Sumner, Mrs. Harry
Weaver, Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Mc Mc-Ray.
Ray. Mc-Ray. Mr. Crandell held services at the
Baptist church Sunday night.'

We hear that Miss Mary Gale will

teach in Ocala this year instead of
Arcadia and Mrs. A. E. Ashworth

will also teach in Ocala. We wish
them much success.

Mrs. Gallips and two children of

Ocala came Tuesday to spend a few

days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Saltzwedel.

CALVARY

Calvary, Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs.

George Buhl are rejoicing over a lit little
tle little baby boy born to them last Fri

day.

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison spent
the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Miller
and family at Martel Sunday.

Messrs. J. W. Morrison and son, M.

J. Morrison, made a business trip to

the city today.

It has rained so much that the

ponds are all full and there is no

anger of cattle outside suffering for

want of water. We would like for it
to hold up for a few days.

"Nucoa" nut margarine 40 cents a

pound at Cook's Market. Phone 243. St

OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No.. 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and four Tuesday eve-

nings or eacn montn. visiting' Dretn-

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms

upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

Shop, 113 Mam street.

C. Y. Miller, E. R R-E.
E. R-E. J. Crook, Secretary..

Rebuilding

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YOU CAN SAVE
Many Dollars
On your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZON&CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Ceng's
Drug Store

.0w- If the moving pictures
hurt your eyes, it is your
2o see eyes, not the pictures.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
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.

iPECIAl IPISICES M MEATS

Buff Roast, per pound ;25c
Round Steak, per pound ..25c
Sirloin, per pound...-. 30c
Brisket Stew, per pound ..15c
Veal Roast or Chops, a pound, :35c
Mutton Roast, per pound 30c
Pork Chops or Roast, a pound30c
PROMPT DELIVERY
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET

Phone 110

OCALA, FLA.

BELLEVIEW

Shady, Aug. 4. Mrs. Harry Yealey

and little Miss May of Lowell are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Holland.

Mr. George Leak was a guest of

the Douglas boys Sunday.

Mrs. O. L. Gaskin spent the Tatter

part of last week with relatives in

Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and
baby of Belleview were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Zeb Freeman Sunday.
Mr. F.'G. Buhl went to Salt Springs
last week for a several days stay.
Mr .and Mrs. J. I. Smith and Min Minnie
nie Minnie Mae motored to Floral City last
Wednesday and returned Friday.
Mr. W..A. Sessoms, county agent,
called on some of his club members

here one day last week.
Mr. George Buhl and son, Burt, Mr.
H. W. Douglas and Masters Ben and
Douglas Buhl spent the day at Salt
Springs Sunday.
A fine little son was born to Mr.
and Mrs. George Buhl July 30th.
Mr. Raymond Redding carried a
jolly crowd of young people to East-

Belleview, Aug. 4. The members
of th?rodiand gun club enjoyed their
usual Thursday afternoon shooting
match at Smith Lake and also had a
nice supper while there.
The B. Y. P. U. ice cream supper
Friday rnight was quite a success, ard
the proceeds will go towards a new
bell and belfry.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Meadows will be interested to
learn of the arrival of a baby girl .t
their home. Mrs. Meadows was Miss
Edna .Duensser before her marriage.
She has made her home in Ocala and
at St. Petersburg since her marriage.
Mrs. John Hames left Sunday for
South' Carolina, where she will visit
friends and relatives.
MissSofie Myers, who has been
visiting her parents for some time,
returned to her work in Columbia. S.
C, Sunday. :
Mr. Herman Smith left Sunday for
Jacksonville, where hewill visit his
sister, Miss Hazel Smith a few days
before going to Greensboro, N. C,
and Pittsburg, Pa, to visit other relatives.

The B. Y. P. U.' enjoyed another
splash party at Smith Lake Tuesday

night.

Mrs. C. A. Tremere left Monday for
a visit with relatives and friends in

Georgia,

Mr. Albert Crosby,, who has been
visiting his sister, Mrs. Graham and

family in Daytona, has returned

home.

Among the business callers in

! Ocala Monday were Mrs. V. D. P.
Pratt, Mrs. H. B. Monroe, Mr. C. A.

AWE

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tHlTE snrAK LOW

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

LONG DISTANCE MOVING

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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

Plioiie 28 1

THE WMPgOM MOT

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the-city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service ii
second to none

ROBERT MjMEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

'Dixie ffiglway Garage
JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway phone 258 Ocala, Florida

F o r d Repairs a Specialty
We Use Genuine Ford Parts in OurFord Cars
Arco and Diamond Tires and Tubes

Gasoline, Oils and Grease



OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920

LATEST LOCALS

Sirs. R. E. Laytori is visiting friends
in Miami.

Mr. W. D. Goodyear has returned
from Ocala to Dunnellon.

Dr. Herbert Counts of Jacksonville
is visiting his relatives here.
VV. K. Lane, M. JL Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nos and
Throat. OEIce over S and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf.
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and daughter,
Miss Blair, are having a pleasant
time in New York city.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA

Miss Rhoda Thomas writes she is
having a pleasant time in Sanford,
but sometimes is homesick for Ocala.

NAINSOOK for fine undergar undergarments
ments undergarments and infant's wear, 39 cents a
yard at FISHEL'S. 4-4t
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i i mil
In his office yesterday, Judge Smith
joined in wedlock Mr. James L.
13 urn side and Miss Edith Neal, both
of Lowell.

Mickey says: "If your business
isn't worth advertising, advertise it
for sale."

Just in, Leggett's PREMIER brand
coffee, salad dressing, frankfurters,
plain and stuffed olives in glass.
Cook's Market. 2-6t

Mr. E. W. Leavengood is spending
the day in Leesburg in the interest of
the Ocala' Marble Works.

"And, say, I want some more of
those good EVERWEAR SOCKS for
my hubby," remarked one lady when
trading at FISHEL'S. 4-4fc

Mrs. R. R. Preston of Miami is in
the city, visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. D. Washburn.

Did you ever buy Voile and Organ

die SHIRTWAISTS at FISHEL'S?
Well, you can save from 25 cents to
$1 on each one. 4-4t
Mr. Malcolm Williams of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville was visiting his Ocala friends
yesterday.
Miss Winnie Hunt left this morn morning
ing morning for New York, where she will en;
joy several weeks' vacation.
Anthony was represented in oar
city yesterday by Mrs. H. A. Mead Meadows
ows Meadows and Mrs. Hampton Smith.

Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:09a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:10 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30 p.m.
Leave for Tampa.... 1:50 p. ro
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:24p.m
Leave for Tampa. 4:25 p. m.
Arrive from Tampa. 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa. 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:04 p. m.

Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:05p.m.

Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:48 a. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 2:49 a. m,

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.

Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg. . .. .10:13 p.m.
Arrive from at, Petersburg 2:11 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12 a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg . . 6 :41 a. nt.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 6:42 a. m.

Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.

Arrive from Gainesville,

daily except Sunday . . 11 :50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday ......... 4:45p.m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar.. from Lakeland. Tues-
Leave for Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 :03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 7:10 a. m.
Arrive from Wilcox,-Mon-
day- Yednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.

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AUTOMOBILES
PMlp Go Miuiirpllny9 qcala
t

"HALL KNOWS
WHERE MONEY GROWS"

BARGAINS IN USED CARS

: One 1920 Ford worm drive truck.
One 1918 Ford roadster.
One 1916 Ford truck.
One 1916 Buick touring.
. Call at once if you want one of
these bargains.
AUTO SALES CO.,
17-tf Mack Taylor.
'Why fail in your attemot to assem assemble
ble assemble HOUSE DRESSES at anything
like a reasonable price, when you can
get them cheap at FISHEL'S? 4-4t

Farms sold last month, 400,
Farms sold last 12 months, 4328.
STROUT FARM AGENCY.
James Hall, Representative,
Florida House, Ocala Fla. 3-5t

Young women students of the Uni University
versity University of Edinburgh have revolted
against what they regard as "chil "childish"
dish" "childish" restriction in the use of latch latchkeys
keys latchkeys after the regulation hour for
closing the hall in which they live.
Thirty-three students of Masson Hall,
one of the numerous hotels in which
women students reside, have gone on
record as refusing to obey instruc instructions
tions instructions regarding the use of night
keys. The girls assert they are be being
ing being treated as children rather than
as young women well able to take
care of themselves.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
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.

More than 5000 officers and pri privates
vates privates in the Mexican army retired
from military service in the first week
of July, according to El Heraldo. This
general withdrawal from the army is
the result of a campaign recently
launched by the government to .in .induce
duce .induce a large part of the soldiers of
Mexico to "abandon the rifle for the
plow."
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F..
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
-isiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
H. R. Luffman, Secretary.

PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN

L

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. a. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

R. A. MASONS

Advertise In the Star.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 18 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

If the Farmer ever Tucked his Pants

In his Boots, said "Gosh all Hemlock

and Worried about the Mortgage, that

was when Hector was a Pup. Now he
Is a Live Business Man who drives to

Town in his Sports Model Speedboy,
amputates a few Liberty Bond coupons
and Pays for this Paper Two Years

In Advance.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATF5S Sir line, maximum, one

time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times

7oc; one montn. i. payable in ad advance.
vance. advance.

FOR SALE Gas range. Call at Star

office and ask for R. N. Dosh.

Mr. S. F. Mcintosh of Live Oak,
has accepted a position with the Court
Pharmacy as prescription clerk. He
has just returned fromTulane.. Uni University,
versity, University, New Orleans.
Mrs. Carson Lee and Mrs. Paul
Simmons, who have been visiting .Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Morgan in Waycross,
Ga., left yesterday for the mountains
of North Carolina.

Mr. James Engesser has returned
from a visit to Atlanta. He had not
been home long when he phoned the
Star that his name on the Tucker
petition was a forgery. ...

Pay cash and save money; don't
pay for others bad debts. Trade at
FISHEL'S, one of the oldest firms in
the state. 4-4t

Mr. H. W. Tucker has added to his
other acenciea that of the Delco com-

v i .. i t

pany, maicers oi eieciricai power

plants. He will in a few days have

:one of these plants on exhibition at

his store on East Broadway.

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we, sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

" """ t
Mr. Paul Simmons has returned to
his home in Ocala, Fla., after spend spending
ing spending the week end here with his fam

ily, who are the guests of Mr and
Mrs. F. W. Morgan on McDonald

street. Waycross Journal.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tate and

daughter,. Miss Anna Lee and Miss

Lucile Tidwell of Tampa are guests

of Mr. and Mrs. D. N; Waldron. They
will spend the week here, and ; will

attend the Perkins annual picnic Sat

urday. x

. Tuesday afternoon late, fire broke

out in the building back of Heintz's
bakery. The old building, seasoned
by the suns of forty summers, would
have flashed up like tinder if it hadn't

been for the quickness of the fire de

partment, the members of which, put
the blaze out before it had done more

than $25 worth of damage. ?
. .

A wagonful of sorrow doesn't wipe
out a handful of debt. There "are no
. regrets when you pay cash arid 'trade

at FISHEL'S. 4-4t

, MEETING OF VETERANS

Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V., met

August 3rd, 1920, with W. E. Mc

Gahagin commanding. Prayer by
Chaplain Folks. The following com comrades
rades comrades answered to roll call: Alfred

Ayer, J. L. Beck, J. F. Barron. G. M
Bullard, W. J. Folks, L. M. Graham

W. E. McGahagin, B. H. NornsC:

C. Priest, J. C. Trantham. Minutes

of last meeting read and "adopted

After routine business and a socia

chat the camp adjourned.
' Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.

it

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Tt; POET says a rose
'
DY ANY other name.
..

WOULD SMELL as sweet.
AtiD THATO all rtghL'
OUT CALLING.
'
eOMETHINQ ELSE a rose.
WONT CHANGE 2ts emelL
OR COURSE not.
AND I'M not knocking,
BUT. JUST, telling ion.
RIGHT OUT.
.
THAT THERE are emir
m
THREE GRADES.
OP TURKISH tobacco.
FIRST, GOOD Turkish.
WHICH IS mighty good.
AND ALSO expensive.
AND SECOND.
.
POOH TURKISH tohacoo,
WHICH 18 less expensive.
AND NOT so good.
AND THIRD, tobacco.
CALLED TURKISH, whlcn.
NEVER SAW Turkey.
.
CUT GREW thousands.

OF MILES away.

' .k.m nn(MlT Avon

M1U UWii v.wu.
TASTE LIKE Turkish.
.
AND ITS the good Turkish.
a .

TH ATS REALLY from Turkey.

THAT YOU get.
IN THE cigarettes
THAT SATISFY.

V : ; "'TW7.

OUR resident buyers in Turkey ore
experts. They know we want the
v iit- nA vp tret it. And the same with

V Domestic leaf. Blend them together
by that can't-be-copied method and
B you get a smoke that actually does

i

HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone

your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
?146. 2-m

WANTED Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, or furnished
house; take possession Sept. 10th.
Notify Q. H. Rogers, Lynne, Fla. 3t
FOR SALF, Planing mill, re-milling
plant. Central Florida. Dry kiln,
high school Woods matcher, Mer Mer-shon
shon Mer-shon sixty-inch band resaw, timber
sizer, live rolls, stock sheds, power,
steam and electric motors. The only
lumber business in town of 5000
people. Plenty of timber being cut
but one hundred and fifty sawTnills
nearby. Rare opportunty. Address,
"Owner," care Ocala Star. 23-tf

FOR SALE 1919 model Ford, in
good condition. Just been overhaul overhauled
ed overhauled and has new top. L. 12. Futch,
Ocala, Fla. 7-26-6t

JERSEYS FOR SALE Two just
fresh, first calf, first class produc producers.
ers. producers. Also one or two heavy milking
cows soon to freshen. Call or tele telephone,
phone, telephone, R. L. Anderson, Law Library
building. 7-28-tf

FOR SALE Team of mules and
wagon, harness and farming imple implements.
ments. implements. H. H. Reed, Weirsdale,
Fla. 29-6t
FOR RENT Will convert our up upstairs
stairs upstairs into an apartment with nec necessary
essary necessary changes with a two-year
lease. See Max Fishel. 30-12t

STONE FOR SALE We have about
200 yards of stone or flint rock
piled at hard road two miles from
court house square for sale at 75
cents per cubic yard. Carroll Motors
Co., Ocala, Fla. 31-6t
WANTED Experienced lady clerk
for dry goods store. Apply at once
to J. Malever. 2-tf

FOR SALE Large ten-room house
. and quarter block in Cline's addi addition
tion addition to Ocala. Cash price for quick
sale, $750. S. S. Savage Jr. 3-10t
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Airedale
puppies, the paragon of all dogs. A
grand litter from registered Amer American
ican American Kennel Club strain, the ideal
dog for home, field or farm; two and
a half months old, black saddle,
dark brown points. A healthy, play playful
ful playful bunch.. Certified pedigrees giv given.
en. given. 118 Daugherty street, Ocala,
Fla. 4-tf
FOR SALE Ten head of mules. Will
exchange for cattle, goats or sheep.
J. M. Meffert, Ocala, Fla. 4-tf
CIGAR FACTORY wants a man to
place cigars with the retail trade;
man' with car preferred. Big pay.
Cigar Factory, Box 204, Starke,
Fla. 4-4t
WANTED Lady or man stenograph

er, to start work October 1st. Pre Prefer
fer Prefer one with some knowledge of
bookkeeping. Give full particulars
as to age, expeirence, etc. Also
state salary expetced. This is im important.
portant. important. Address P. O. Box 4D2,
Ocala. 4-3t

FOR SALE CHEAP One Interna International
tional International truck and one 8-Hp. Interna International
tional International gas engine. Lake Weir
Washed Sand Co Ocala. 5-6t

FOR SALE Home in Ocala, six
y rooms, city water and sewer (gas
if desired); good locality on a hard
surfaced street; iot 110x110 ft, with
fruit trees, large garage, etc. Sell
cheap, $300 down, balance $25
monthly. J. T. Miller. 1G41 Liberty
f St., Jacksonville, Fla. 5-Gt

XOTICK OF STOCKHOLDERS'
5fKt:TI.Ci

Notice Is hereby driven that on the
25th day of August, 1920, at the hjur
nl three o'clock in the afternoon -there
will be held a special meeting' of the
stockholders of the CITIZEN'S IN INVESTMENT
VESTMENT INVESTMENT COMPANY OP OCAIA. In
the office of Hocker & Martin, at Ocala.
Florida, for the purpose of electing
directors to fill any vacancies in said
board which now exist or which may
exist at the time of such meeting.
Dated this August 4th. 1920.
J. J. GERIO.
5-2t-thura Vice President.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn lxdge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at

Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. IL
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. 8 8-meets
meets 8-meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
Remember when you want that new
HAT that we always keep a big 8 8-sortment
sortment 8-sortment of millinery. New shipments
weekly. FISHEL'S. 4-4t



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