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The Ocala evening star
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13. 1920?
VOL. 2G, NO. 194
SH'TFIilCEA; POSSIBLY HAVE
1TISH LABOII
AIDS BOLSDE
P!
RO-GERMAfl SHOT
TALKING SHDPW
UAL SUFFRAGE LITTLE TO
REACHED FHAGA
' GREEK PBE1ER

STDUGGLE OVEn

I EARLY?

It

was Ratified by the Tennessee
Senate Early this
- Afternoon

If this Administration is in Accord

with the French, It lias Become
So Involuntarily

(Associated Press) I (Associated Press)

Nashville, Aug. 13. A long debate r Paris, Aug. 13 France is sending

was in prospect when the Tennessee J a note to the United States express-

senate began consideration oi the ing pleasure that the French and Am-

woman suffrage amendment today, j encan view on the Russo-Polish git-

There was not an inch of space avatf-1 uation are "inTcomplete accord, it

able in the galleries or on the nocrj was learned today. ; It was also learn

and pro-suffrage members had prom-1 ed that plans are under consideration

inent suffrage workers with them at I for a renewal of the conference re-

their desks. The house is not expect- J cently held between the British and
e, to vote on the measure.until next French premiems, and that others

week. The suffragists have been vie-1 might attend.

toriou3 in the preliminary skirmishes.
HARDING RESPECTS THE CON CONSTITUTION
STITUTION CONSTITUTION A letterfrom Senator Harding was

. v.. --t I A 7 V n Ml

hearing today quoting, the nominee "?lkfflrfS3 four
saying y the members ofthe general are beiieved to be dead as the
assembly cannot ignore th state con- resaltof a premature explosion in

LIVES CRUSHED INSTEAD

' OF LIMESTONE

(Associated Press)

stitution

The letter was in reply to one sent
Sentaor Harding by G. N. Tillman,
republican, leader of the anti-ratification
force s who outlined the conten contention
tion contention that the constitution prohibited
action by the legislature. '-,
UKASE FROM BICKETT

the limestone crusher at the pound

ing mill here today.

COX IS SHOOTING

SPEECHES RAPIDLY

(Associated Press)

Columbus, Aug. 13. Gov. Cox has

Raleigh, Airg. 13. Declaring that returned from Camp Perry and is

women should have the first right to preparing two addresses for tomor-

speak when the issue 13 whether the I row at Wheeling, W. Va., one at the

world "shall henceforth be ruled by I democratic state convention and the

reason and righteousness or by blood J other a public speech National poli poli-and
and poli-and iron," Governor Bickett in a spec-j cies will be his theme, the governor

ial message today called upon the intimated.

North Carolina legislature to "accept

the inevitable and ratify the, federal COLLECTION OF RUSSIAN

woman suffrage amendment.'

He said the most suffrage oppon opponents
ents opponents could do; was to delay for ix
months a movement "we are power powerless
less powerless to defeat."
SUFFS WON FIRST SCRAP
Suffrage won the initial battle in

the North Carolina legislature today

when by a. vote of 7 to 1 the consti

tutional amendments committee of

JEWELRY CAPTURED

V (Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 13. More than

one hundred diamonds, : supposed to
have been part of the famous Russian

royal family, addressed to "Comrade

Martens' were intercepted by cus

toms officials, according to evidence

at the deportation proceedings

repor

the upper house favorably
the ratification resolution.

SENATE OF TENNESSEE VOTES

1UK our r KAuiS

Nashville, Aug. 13. The Tennessee

senate ratified the suffrage amend
ment, 25 to 4. r

ted aa'ns Martens.

OCALA, 1; LEESBURG, 0

In one of the most exciting games

ever played at Hunter Park, Ocala
defeated Leesburg yesterday in Ca
ten-inning battle. It was anybody's

game until the last ball was hit.

ANTHONY Mickler, who pitched for Ocala, had

Anthony, Aug. 12. Misses Pearl J the best of the pitcher's duel, strik-

Forbes and Marguerite Plummer.png out fourteen men ana giving up

vhr have hppn fttf pndinp- the summer I only three hits. Not a man on the

normal in Gainesville, returned home Leesburg team reacned second, wai

Friday. lace pitched a good game lor Lees-

After several months SDent with burg. Lavengood, wno did tne re-

rclatives in North Carolina, Miss eemng for Ocala,- caught the best

T.TattiP T,pp Parlrptt returned home! game that an Ocala catcher, has

' Saturday of last week. caught this season.

Mrs. S. A. Lamb of Brunswick. Ga., m tne tenth inning, witn xwo men

is visitinf? at the home of Mr. and on- bases, Denham knocked a two

Mrs. T A. Lamb. bagger and scored the winning run of

A eood manv Anthony people at-1 the game.

tended the revival services at Snarr Score by innings:

dnrintr tVi. mfincr hv Rev. I Leesburff 000 000 000 0

TVinmna 'William o rtf CAtrSL: TlftfitO'T. Ocala v. .. ... .. ...... 000 000 000 1

and Rev. Frank McCall of White Struck out by Mickler, If; by Wal

Snrins-s. and enioved the services lace, 4; lebt on bases, Ocala, 7 ; Lees

" M WW I m s-m

verv much 1 burg, 3. Umpires, (Jarmicnaei and

Mrs. J. G. Baskin and sons, Alonzo iziar. Attendance, 4uu

and Norris of Dunnellon. spent Svn

Hav at th home of Mr. and Mrs. H. LUST WUIMS UtZi'lUUUD

A. Meadows.

Messrs. Brvant Forbes and Ray- Shanghai, July 7. Silver trophy

mond Mallard left Tuesday for South cups of the Shanghai Rowing Club

Florida I held byv German rowing crews when

Mrs. C. W. Turner and Miss Mabel j the war broke out and which disapr

Turner left Monday for Asheville, N. j peared at -the time of the German ex-

C. where they will spend the re- odus from bhanghai, were brought to

mainder of the summer. : light unexpectedly at a recent dinner

Mrs. Florence Gordon is here for a I of the club. They were awarded to

short visit to her parents, Mr. lad I the bcottish and Danish crews, win

Red Armies Enclosing Warsaw with

a Steel and Iron
' Ring

(Associated Press)
London, Aug. 13. Russian cavalry

has reached Prague, a suburb of Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, according to a wireless dispatch

received here from Berlin.

SUCCESS OF POLES IN THE

SOUTH
Warsaw, Aug. 13. The Russian

forces have reached a point 25 miles

of Warsaw and a state of siege has

ben declared. ; Civilians are not per

mitted on the streets after 10 o'clock
at night. Polish successes are report reported
ed reported on the southern front, where the

Russians have been pushing in on
Lemberg. Authorities with power to
negotiate a preliminary peace treaty

will leave Saturday night to meet the

bolshevik, plenipotentiaries.

SADIE LEE LIVINGSTON

Sadie Lee, though a little child,

with a happy smile carried sunshine
wherever she went and just in the

very happiest, sunniest hour of her
short voyage on earth, God's finger
touched her and she slept. Her eyes
that; yesterday were bright as skies
of June, drooped tonight beneath

white lids that no voice can ever raise

again. Two soft hands whose rose
leaf fingers were wont to wander

lovinlgy around mother's neck and

face, loosely holding white : buds,
quietly folded in perfect rest. Soft

lips, yesterday rippling with laugh laughter
ter laughter sweet as woodland brook falls,
gay as thrill of forest birds, tonight
unresponsive to kiss or. call of love.

God's great love to his v children

who can tell. He doeth all things
wisely, all things well. He "came to
Sadie Lee Monday morning and said,
O follow me through gates of glisten

ing pearl, o'er streets of purest gold.
It needs not sun by day, or silver
moon by night, the glory of the Lord
is there, the ? Iamb its light. Bright
angela walk the shining street, sweet

music fills the air. Your jewel has

gone before and is safe in the Mas

ter's house not built with hands. He

will guard your treasure rare, and
keep it pure and very fair.

A week ago an angel dwelt among

you,

You loved her, as, so well, you did

not know that God would

Take her from you, but He too, loved

her well.

He lent in love this creature rare to

cheer you,

For ah! He loved you well, when
from above he gave his son, to

save you.

His love no one can tell. He took her

home to Heaven to dwell
Forever, to rest in sweetest peace,

To leave his presence never, for her

'tis sweet release, v r

She is the happy one, think of her

now with pleasure and never

more be sad,

Tho' you are lone, her joys are with without
out without measure, therefore you should

. be glad.
She i3 your guardian angel true,

She waiteth near angelic bands, at attending
tending attending her as she watcheth

you. Aunt Lily.

THANKS FOR THE BAND

Mrs. J. II. Harvey.

1 I ners of the spring regatta. It was

Mrs. A. P. Baskin is sDendinsr a 1 disclosed that when the affairs of the

while with her son. Dr. J. G. Baskin German bank in Shanghai were taken
and family of Dunnellon. over by the bank of China the lost

Mr. R. R. Russell returned home cups were found in a vault

Sunday from Sumica

Little Misses Ada Mae and Ethel

Reynolds of Suinmerfield spent Sat

urday and Sunday as the guests of

Misses Mary and Janet Irby,

Mr. Xavier Adams left Wednesday
for Sumica, where he expects to stay
for some time., 'y
Miss Pauline Martin of Fort Mc McCoy,
Coy, McCoy, was in Anthony Wednesday.
Mrs. Lila Perry returned to her
home in Williston Sunday.
Mrs. E. H. Irby and little daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mary and Janet, were guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds of Summerfield Monday.
Revival services held by Rev. J. C.
Boatwright and Rev. Reeb at the
Baptist church will begin Monday,

September 6th. Everyone ; cordially

invited to attend.

Mrs. Math Lee and little daughter,
Goldie returned to their home In
Apopka last week after a few weeks

spent in Anthony with Mrs. Lee's

mother, Mrs. Janie SwindelL

Mr, and Mrs. M. R. Sims spent

Sunday with '.. relatives at Oklawaha.

Miss Maude Welden is the guest of

Mrs. E. T. Spencer of Ocala for a few

days this week.

Dr. Bretton and family of Tampa,
and Mrs. N. W. Meadows of Ocala,
were visitors in Anthony Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson return returned
ed returned yeetsrday from a few days outing
at L&ke Weir and report fishing
"never better." Mr. Johnson has
vnt'lin the. past few weeks made four

trips to this popular fishing resort
and reports having caught .a total of
676 fish, mostly trout. His last trip
netted him 286, and his Ocala friends
and neighbors can attest to the excel

lence of Lake Veir fish.

Opposition to War With Soviet Rus-

- sia Voiced by All Grades V
of Workers

(Associated Press)
London, Aug. 13.-Opposition cf

British labor to war with, soviet Rus-

cia was voiced today with extraordi

nary vehemence and unanimity at a

special conference here representing
all elements of workers.

AGAINST THE $20,000,000

BOND AMENDMENT

Argument by a Leading Lawyer and

v eteran Legislator

Would-be Assassins However Unab'e
to More than Slightly Wound the
Veteran Statesman

The. Ocala baseball team and the
public wishes to thank Mrs. Manly
and the other members of the band

for their kindly assistance in render rendering
ing rendering music at the ball grounds yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, v
In behalf of the ball team,
, Jake Goldman.

What have you to sell or trade?

Editor Times-Union: On the pro

posed constitutional amendment to

authorize the legislature to issue road

bonds equal to five per vent of the

assessed value of the state:

In the writers' opinion this is a

most dangerous and unbusinesslike

provision to be incorporated in the

organic law of the state. -: It would be
infinitely better, and more logical to

propose and adopt a constitutional

amendment to bond the state for fifty

"million dollars for the construction

of definitely proposed roads out of
brick, concrete or other permanent
material than to incorporate this
proposition of' a continuous issuance
of bonds without allowing the voters
a chance to express their approval
or disapproval.

The good roads enthusiasts want

roads. They feel they must have
roads.; They feel that no price is too
high to pay to get roads. They are
vaguely conscious that it is going to
take money, and an unending supply.

It is easy to sell folks on a credit.

If they are figuring -on what this

constitutional amendment can be

made to yield, andI presume they
are figuring, .they reach about the
following result: v

Present state valuation $400,000,-

000, bonds $20,000,000.

This money spent and less than fix

hundred miles of permanent road con constructed.;
structed.; constructed.; Not enough to reach from

Pensacola to Miami. Other sections

of the state insisting that they are
entitled to some roads, too. :

Force assessment of the state to

full value. Result:

Valuation $1,000,000,000 or more,

additional bonds, $30,000,000.

Of course, after the first $20,000,-

000 has been issued" the subsequent

issues will be for" smaller amounts

authorized at each ensuing session of
the legislature. After the first twen

ty million have been issued and

spent, where we do not know, then
there will be a wlid scramble by other
sections- of the state to get their
share. ; At this point the trading in
the legislature begins. About this
time the bills authorizing the issue of
bonds will provide that the proceeds

shall be spent on definite roads. At
each session of the legislature the
longest pole will get the persimmon.
It will be every fellow for himself,
and all will have to pay the bill, in including
cluding including those who get nothing. The
state will be involved in ah enormous
fixed indebetedness that will Continue
togrow until this particular constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment has been repealed.
When the necessity for repealing "has
been driven home the question will
arise: Those who have received noth nothing
ing nothing will want to hold on until they
get theirs, and those who have re

ceived what they are entitled to or
more will be ashamed to repeal, or if

they repeal will be doing a great in injustice
justice injustice to those who have received

nothing.

Folks who are behind this amend amendment
ment amendment will say: You can trust the
legislature to do the right thing. I
have had twelve years experience In

(Associated Press)
Paris, Aug 13. The Greek assail assailants
ants assailants of Premier Venizelos, who was
wounded yesterday, afted through
personal motives, the Greek legation
says. They were removed from the
Greek army and navy because of their
pro-German sentiments, it is stated.
Venizelos is in no danger.
THE ATTACK
Paris, Aug. 13. Premier Venizelos
of Greece, was attacked and wounded
yesterday as he was leaving the Ly Lyons
ons Lyons railroad station for Nice. As the
premier stepped on board a train' two
men fired revolvers at him.
Premier Venizelos was taking leave
of friends when two swarthy individ individuals
uals individuals rushed' from the crowd, one fir firing
ing firing three shots and the otherlive be before
fore before they were overpowered. The
premier was reported wounded in the
light side and left arm.
His assailants, following their ar arrest,
rest, arrest, wer rescued, by the police from
the crowds with great difficulty, the
mob shouting, "Lynch them." Eoth
of the men were severely handled.
They were identified by the police
as Georges Thyriakis, aged 23, a for former
mer former lieutenant of engineers in the
Greek army, and Apostolos Iserppis,
a former lieutenant in the Greek
navy. 1

Editors of Republican Party of Ohio
Gathered ir; the Candidate's
: Printing Office

( Associated Press) s
Marion, Aug.. 13. The republican
editors of Ohio came to Marion to today
day today to talk shop and politics at a
luncheon given in honor of Senator
Harding, the republican nominee.
The delegation gathered In a down downtown
town downtown hall where it was arranged for
the senator to make a speech instead
of from his front porch.
FRANCE WON IN BIKE
RACES AT ANTWERP

(Associated Press)
Antwerp, Aug. 13. France won in
the bicycle road classic today in the
Olympic Games. Sweden was sec second;
ond; second; Belgium third; Denmark fourth,
and the United States fifth.

MISS ANNE MARTIN
IS INDEPENDENT

the legislature. Prior to 19ip the
state was divided into eight judicial
circuits, fixed by the constitution. At
the general election in 1910, the peo people
ple people amended the constitution and prc prc-vie
vie prc-vie that the legislature could create
additional circuits. We now have
sixteen judicial circuits. Two of these
circuits have one county each, two
have two counties each and several
three small counties each, with the
smallest about as expensive as" the
largest. If this record keeps up we
will have as many circuits as .there

are counties, naven't time to give
you the history of the creation of the

additional circuits.
In 1913 several members had spec

ial' pension bills. I am sure none of

the members approved the idea of

allowing special pensions. The first

one considered was very meritorious

At the time the writer advised the
members that if they passed -one

special pension bill they would then
pass all offered, regardless of merit.

The first one passed, and "in less than
an hour they had passed twelve. You

hear on every hand the cry that we

have too many useless commissions,
inspectors and offices. All' had to be

created by the legislature.

The members of the legislature are

human. They are subject to senti

ment, persuasion, self interest, preju

dice and all other .human emotions.

They have from five hundred to one
thousand bills and questions to we:gh
and consider in sixty days. They are

Reno, Aug. 13. Miss Anne Martin

today filed a petition for nomination
as independent candidate for' the

United States Senate and began a
month's campaign trip through Ne

vada.

AH EARN WOULDN'T OBEY

(Associated Press)
Antwerp, Aug. .13. Dan Ahearn of x

Illinois, world's record holder for the
hop, skip and jump, was dismissed -from
the American Olympic teem to

day on the charge of insubordination.

Gainesville and down through., the
center of the peninsula. To construct

these roads would require better than

$50,000,000 at present prices. Road3
as here indicated would materially

benefit every person in Florida.

If the state is going to bond then
a concrete proposition should be pro-

posed, specifying the road3 to be con constructed,
structed, constructed, and fixing a definite amount
of bonds tof be issued, otherwise it is
unwise and dangerous.
The advocates of this present pro proposed
posed proposed constitutional amendment pro propose
pose propose that twenty millions of bonds
can be paid, interest and sinking
fund, out of a tax on automobiles.
This is. pure sophistry, and an argu-
ment to catch votes on the blind side.
Automobiles are now taxed and the
proceeds arising therefrom go into
the general revenue fund, school fund
and other, funds. To divert this au automobile
tomobile automobile tax from these funds to the
ofito VirsTir? -ft-inr? WfinlH mpjin that we

would have to add taxes to other
property to supplement the funds de depleted.
pleted. depleted. Again: -

ment does not fix the source from
which the interest and sinking fund
shall be raised. This is left entirely

with the legislature, and the proper

ty taxed for. this purpose can be

besieged by: every class and faction changed ; at each succeeding legisla-

to pass this pet measure and that pet

measure. .The crowd that can make
the most noise can" usually get the
most results.
Ninety-nine out of a hundred wilt
tell you they are in favor of a system
of hard roads, permanentfirst-class
roads. A majority of them will tell
you they favor bonding to construct
these roads. If they are wise though
they will insist on knowing what they
are getting and where it will be.

V. If the state DroDoses to bond for

roads there is only one just and prac practical
tical practical plan for this bonding. This
should be from Pensacola to Miami
via Jacksonville, from Tallahassee
via Perry, Mayo and down the west
coast to Fort Myers, and from the
Georgia line via High Springs,

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marsh enter

tained at a splash party .Wednesday

evening at Silver Springs, honoring

their guest, Mrs. J. C. Lurvey of
Tampa. After a refreshing swim,
the happy party sat down to a most

appetixing lunch, to which full ; jus

tice was done. At a late hour Mr.J

and Mrs. Slarsh and their guests
motored to Ocala, each one declaring
this one of the most successful affairs
of hte season. In the party were
Mrs. Lurvey and daughter, Frances,
Mr. and Mrs. F W.Ditto. Mr.; and
Mrs. Weller Carmichael, Mrs. Mamie
Fox, Miss Floyd Whittle, Frank Dit Ditto
to Ditto Jr., Lewis 4 Marsh, Charles and
Mary Troxler, Virginia Carmichael,
and Mr. and Mrs. Marsh.

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v Any tax raised m the state cf

Florida is bound to resolve itself into

a burden on the state as a whole. I

will venture to say that fifty per cent

of the owners of automobiles in the
state of Florida are rather to y fee

pitied than taxed. They pay an ex

orbitant tax in the price of the car,
and then a continuous tax for gas and
repairs. They have my sympathy.

And again: v

If this constitutional amendment is

adopted and the legislature passes a

!11 authorizing the issue of bonds,

and. the bill provides that the interest
and sinking fund for said bonds shall

be raised by a tax on automobiles

only, then I venture to say that no
bond buyer will invest his money in
the bonds.- To make those bonds

merchantable they are going to have
to be made a charge against all the

property in the state of Florida.

How any level-headed, practical

business man can give his support to
this proposed constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment is more than I can understand.

It went through the legislature on a
envo r f rrrtru marls pnthniiam. YfiiiT

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humble servant did not vote fcr it.

After it had passed the Senate and -a
niTmrsoi" nf iVx tttcmhors rr--Til 1 7CA tuV t..

they had proposed they changed to
a vote against it. On its passage

twovotes were recorded against it.

On a motion to lay tne motion to re reconsider
consider reconsider the vote whereby it passed
on the table there were thirteen votes
against the amendment, enough to

nave Killed it initially.

state of Florida for roads, let tis do
it straight rom the shoulder for a
definite amount of bonds to construct
definite roads cut of permanent ma material,
terial, material, : Respectfully,
Live Oak, Fla. J. B. Johnson-

Mr. D.'.W. Tompkins is having his
residence on East Oklawaha painted
a snowy white, which greatly im

proves the appearance of his
erty.



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Ohio has three candidates for pres president
ident president 'this year.
There are four "theaters of war"
in Turkey, and nothing but tragedies
played on their stages.
It's the Star's opinion that if State
Attorney Scofield goes after' that
Tucker business with full energy, he
will find an Ocala end.
"We would advise our dear friend,
the Miami Herald, to use its thunder
cn the republicans and let the demo
cratic platform and candidate alone.
One of the most truthful persons
we know is a young man who de
clares that with the exception
.kissing a pretty girl occasionally he
never will do any hp service.
Ole Hansoni who resigned a $7500
job as mayor of Seattle, is now
earning $38,000 a year asa speaker
and writer, and seems well recon
ciled to being out of politics. v
A hearse, apparently en route to a
funeral, at Greenwich, Conn., was
halted and captured by federal dry
agents and found to contain a coffin
filled with bottles of booze.
- A director of a state hospital in
New Jersey warns the public that
dallying with the ouija board causes
insanity. But others maintain that
the dallying is not cause hut effect.
"Everybody's business is nobody's
business. Try to make everybody's
business somebody's business and
you have bureaucracy with more evil
and less good work than under the
happy-go-lucky plan.
If Pulaski, the Polish patriot, who
fought so bravely and died for Amer American
ican American independence, had known how
indifferent America was going to be
to his native land, he would probably
have employed his capable sword
elsewhere, :- V
The reason for the attempted visit
of Archbishop Mannix to Ireland is,
according to him, to once more see
his aged mother. When the history
of preceding events is known, the
archbishop's excuse will take on the
familiar aspect of that of the little
boy who improvises a funeral for his
grandmother in order that he may go
to the ball game. There is a grand
old row in Ireland and .Mannix wants
to get in it. He is a trouble breeder.
He lived in Australia seven years
and made more trouble between
Protestants and Catholics than had
PEOPJ-E OF OUR TOWN
This man has Found Something in
his paper that he Doesu't Like and
He's, going around find Bawl Out the
Editor. Will the Editor Feel Terrible?
Cosh, no, he'll probably Get Mad him himself
self himself and tell the Peeved Party wh are
to Get Off at! Editors ain't So Mk
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been in that continent since the day
of its discovery. He has added a good
deal to the dissension in-this country
and now wants to get into Ireland
for the same purpose.
Jimmy Cox of Dayton, W. Gamaliel
Harding of Marion and Rev. Aaron
Watkins of Germantown are all the
Ohio citizens who are trying to eap eap-ture
ture eap-ture the-presidency this year. We'll
Let a hat that vWatkins is one of the
two, who won't drop his lasso ovi-r
its neck.

Says the Summerfield Chronicle:
"The, Ocala Star's exposure relative
to the W. S. Tucker pardon is a good
thing and should be sifted to the very
bottom and every effort made to find
the party or parties who fodged the
names to the petition to the pardon
ing board." ?
Some person who speaks twice be
fore he thinks has emitted tb,a bright
idea that the democrats are trying to
Jimmy their way into the White
House. Unless we have been in the
lunatic asylum for the last eight
years, the democrats have been in te
White House since March 4, 1913.
As soon as Marion county has. the
Dixie Highway under construction,
it must begin to consider its section
of the road from Palatka through
Orange Springs to Citra and the even
more important road from Ocala to
Williston. With these roads to build,
the people of Marion will be foolish
if they ,vote for that twenty-million
dollar amendment.
Well venture the assertion that the
reverend gentleman of Texas who
wants to abolish the word, "damn"
never tried to fill up a colurnn with
damfoolishness .every day in the
year, rain or shine, summer and .win .winter.
ter. .winter. St. Augustine Record.
-Not desiring to, brag, but our
friends say we can fill three or four
eolumns -per diem with that sort of
stuff. '
Clarence Langf ord's mother
secured several names on the
has
p jti-
tion to have her son -pardoned, and
we are toldshe has said she has Gov.
Catts on her side. We find it hard to
believe the 1 governor would sign a
pardon for'Langford, but his actions
are rather, uncertain. It will do no
harm for ou people to take measures
to head the move off. It is the Star's
intention to print the names of all
who sign the petition.
Admiral Decker, a naval officer of
long experience, criticised some of
the acts of Secretary Daniels, our
political high Idrd of the admiralty.
A few days ago Daniels removed
Decker from his position as com commandant
mandant commandant of the seventh naval dis district,
trict, district, and put a comparatively inex inexperienced
perienced inexperienced man in his place. Daniels
says Decker's removal is routine, and
of course he expects everybody to be believe
lieve believe him.
They evidently had a big time at
the Oxford picnic Aug. 5," at the
crowd, while not up to the usual size,
was a large one, and all present had a
fine time. The correspondent of the
Bushnell Times says that among
those present were "Mr. D. E. Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, Mr. Absalom Gilmore and fam family,
ily, family, Mrs. Benjamin F. Borden and
ethers from Ocala. Among those
from Belleview was a heavy presi president
dent president of the Belleview Utilities Co.,
Mr. T. L. Martin."
The Ocala Evening Star is now be being
ing being printed on pink paper. Very at attractive,
tractive, attractive, but it reminds us of the
Police Gazette. Nowadays the pub publisher
lisher publisher has no choice of print paper;
he takes what he can get and glad to
get 4sJi Summerfield Chronicle.
Dear friend, you are not as famil familiar
iar familiar with thePolice Gazette as you
should be. It uses a grade of paper
much brighter and slicker than that
the Star had to use. Now, then, sev several
eral several ill-natured people, when thoy
read this, are going to say the Police
Gazette is a brighter and slicker pa paper
per paper anyhow, so we'll head them off.
Gov. Catts has removed L. L.
Meggs, county commissioner of Du Duval
val Duval county, charging him with the
old, familiar malfeasance and mis misfeasance,
feasance, misfeasance, added to which is nonfeas nonfeasance,
ance, nonfeasance, and all three of which we will
bet the gov. couldn't define without
searching a dictionary. Mr. Meggs
lived in Marion county many years
bef ore he removed to Duval and his
friends dere do not believe he ever
neglected a duty or: did anything dis dishonest.
honest. dishonest. Malfeasance is a "violation
of law; misfeasance is applying the
law in an improper manner? An of official
ficial official guilty of both charges is liable
to prosecution, but did you ever hear
of Catts prosecuting anybody?
The Sumter County Times sensibly
says: "Suppose the state bond issue
carries at the election, does anybody
have any idea what will ; be done
with the money the legislature may
issue bonds for? It will all be up to
the legislature that votes -the bonds,
fixes the amount, determines the lo location
cation location of the roads, the kind of roads
an dthe means of expenditure. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps every legislature may be com composed
posed composed of wise Solomons, and very
honest men who will faithfully per perform
form perform the trust imposed, and perhaps
they may. not be as wise as they
ou gh t to be to perform such a .task.
At any rate it can not be denied that
it. is all a leap in the dark."

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

You don't need to Join the overall
club In order to do your part In brings
Ing the world hack to sanity. Instead
of buying new overalls and boosting
the price of cotton, Just wear your old
clothes and If necessary patch youi
trousers at the point where it will do
the most good. Get along with what
you have In the way of personal adorn adornment,
ment, adornment, amusements and luxuries, and
spend your money for the substantial
things of life- things which will look
Just as good to you tomorrow morning
when the sun shines on them as they
do tonight under the soft radiance of
the electric lights, writes B.' W. Snow
In Orange Judd Farmer In other
words. Just sober up and get back once
more to sound, common-sense Ameri Americanism.
canism. Americanism.
London reports that England's daily
booze bill Is $5,000,000. In other
words, JEngland Is wasting money that
would pay her war debt In less than
20 years -end lowering her energy be besides,
sides, besides, says Houston Post. There may
be a bunch of hooray hilarity and
here's how In booze, but It never heada
you In the direction of health, wealth
or wisdom.
There need be no apprehension that
the spots on the sun said to have
caused the recent display of auroral
lights mean another war The only
question If the spots mean war Is
which one, for they certainly have
their choice.
You can now pay as much as $60
for a suit of overalls. That should
about end the fad.
- Considering how plentiful money
seems to be, and the Indifference of
the majority to high prices, those who
are complaining seem to be barking
uu the wroiisr tree. What thev need

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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.

to 2c ;s W bile sornenoay's snlns ana
better their own condition.
Producers of clothing, in scoffing at
the overalls campaign,, argue that peo people
ple people should stop buying diamonds and
automobiles instead of clothes. They
are necessities, while1; clothes are a
luxury 'nowadays.
In France, hereafter; an unmarried
f man becomes a bachelor at thirty and
must pay ah income tax of 10 per
cent for his single blessedness. Gee,
It must be fine to be single in these
days if they tax lit that high.
A, wireless equipment is being erect erected
ed erected on the Great Wall of China. One
tT the world's latest Inventions in installed
stalled installed on one of the world's oldest
monuments
. River Football' Rvlved.
Some athletic enthusiasts of Derby Derbyshire,
shire, Derbyshire, England, have recently revived
the frame of river football, which Is
said to be a combination "of polo, soc soccer,
cer, soccer, basketball, wrestling, swimming
and '-pugilism. It. is not exactly a
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Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALlTYnot prices.- tf
Advertise in the Star.
NOTICE
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Marion county will receive bids
at their office in the Marion county
court house, September 8th, 1920, fcr
overseers to work the public road3
and bridges in the several commis commissioners
sioners commissioners districts, in accordance with
Chapter No. 8111, Acts of 1919.
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any or all bids. V
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest, P. H. Nugent. Clerk. 8-7 -.f
NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING ;
Notice is hereby given that on the.
25th day of Augrust, 1920, at the n ht
of three o'cloek in the afternoon there
will ie held a special .meeting of The
stockholders of the CITIZENS IN INVESTMENT
VESTMENT INVESTMENT COMPANY OF OCALA. in
the. office of Hocker & Martin, at Ocala,
Florida, for the purpose of electing
directors to All any vacancies in said
board which now exist or which may
exist at the time of such meeting:.
Dated thU August 4th. 1920.
. v J. J. GER1G.
5-2t Vice President.
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Milks over four gallons. Also pure
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Plenty of young stock.
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NOTICE
The mothers, 'ives,
daughters of members
sisters
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County Past No. 27 of the American
Legion, are urged to be -present at a
meeting to be held at the club room
of the business and professional wom women
en women of Ocala, Aug. 14, 8 p. m., for the
purpose of organizing a vrcrr.aa'e
auxiliary unit. Jlary C. Marshall,
Temporary Chaur.a!
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j If you have any news for this de de-J
J de-J J pertinent please phone 255.

Mr. Banks Flewellen was a visitor
to the city the first part of the week.
. Lynn Hollinrake of Gainesville, Is
the guest of-Bennie Borden at Lake
Weir.

" The Daughters of the Confederacy
are meeting with Mrs. E. B. Green
thi3 afternoon.

7e3son oil, pint can, 33 cents;
quart can, 72 cents. II. B. Whitting Whitting-ton,
ton, Whitting-ton, phone 377. .12-3t
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck will leave
Monday for a short visit to friends in
Jacksonville and Daytona.
. Mr Paul Harding and friends cf
Leesburg were visitors in town yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, witnessing the ball game...
Mrs. Mamie II. Stovall has return

ed from Tampa, where she has been
the guest of her son, Mr. W. O. Stovall.

OBSERVATIONS

Mrs. T.S. Trantham arrived today

from Starke, where she has been
visiting friends for the past fort fortnight.
night. fortnight. Wesson oil, pint can, 38 .. cens;
quart can, 72 cents. BY B. Whitting-
ton, phone 377. 12-3t
Mrs. Edwin Davis of Orlando, a

former resident of Ocala, is spending

a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Leitner.

at Oak.

Mr. Donald Hiers, representing the
N. K. Fairbanks Co., was a business
visitor in" the city Tuesday and Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday of this week.
Mr. D. W. Tompkins is having Lis
residence on East Oklawaha painted
a snowy white, which greatly im improves
proves improves the appearance of his prop property.
erty. property. '
MYss Lois Livingston of this city
will accompany Mrs. Delia Kitching
to Hendersonville and Asheville,
where they will remain during the
month of August, '"
Our' stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store. -8-11-tf

Mrs. G. L. Taylor and her sister,
Mrs. T. J. Nixon have returned from
their sad mission to Madison. Mrs.
Nixon will leave for her home in

Tampa this afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Marion, Johnson and
three sons left yesterday for a visit

to Versailles, Ky., and will also be
with relatives m Indiana beforev re returning
turning returning home the last of September.

Miss Mildred Bullock who has been

enjoying a visit in Macon, leaves to today
day today for White Springs, where she will
be the guest of her uncle and aunt,

Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bullock for a

week.

Rev. C. E.Wyatt, former pastor of

the Ocala ; Christian church, is in the

city on a visit and will preach at the

Christian church 'i Sunday at 8 p. m.

All Mr. Wyatt's friends are glad to
see him.

Word has been received from Miss
Irene Tompkins saying she and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tomp Tompkins'
kins' Tompkins' were leaving for Waynesville,

where they expect to stay the greater

part of August.
Mrs. W. P. Buhrman left yestercUy
for her old home in Indiana, to spend
the TfSmainder of the summer with
her mother., Mr. Buhrman is fit
Camp Junaliski,' near Asheville, as
instructor in the camp for boys.

(Contributed)

Little Miss Sugar Shortage says it
is not fair to accuse a girl of smok

ing merely because you detect the

odor of cigar about her lips.
.

It's what's at the wheel and not

the auto that makes the trouble.
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The more intelligent the woman,

the more she will be nattered by

praise of her appearance. ,
Just because. Florida has so many
clouds with silver linings is no reason
why her people 'should be eternally
up in the air.
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Ocala is never behind in anything,
especially things pertaining to style.
Many of her autoes are wearing cute
little" awnings. We would suggest
the addition of an ice box if there was
anything to put in it.
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One of our drug stores declares
it sells more hair tonic that almost
any other article. We don't know
whether, to attribute the seemingly
t ,1 Ji -A tVa man rrf Vkftli

I heads, or to attribute it to the bald-

ness 'produced by pronibitioni
,that oft! your mind hair tonic has
been denatured- Editor).
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Newspapers everywhere are re reporting
porting reporting extraordinary .fine peach
crops in almost every section of the
South. Well, we'll tell ., the world
Florida has improved on the Geor Georgia
gia Georgia practice of wrappings peaches in
tissue paper, by daintily draping a
bewitching veil over the sun-kissed
cheeks of its fairest ones.
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The only difference between us of
today and you of yesterday, is ,that
we use a different remedy to produce
the hiccoughs.
Even a fat man may have a shrink shrinking
ing shrinking disposition without losing nny
weight. ....
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4 A young lady intimated to us yes yesterday
terday yesterday that if there was a law that

prohibited the drivings of an auto
with one hand, she for one wanted it
repealed. Maybe she is engaged and
wants to show-that diamond ring.
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It is getting so that only the "rich
and very wealthy", can afford a
"skeeter net," and that careless ele elegance
gance elegance of a blister spangled edition
of sunburn or the exclusiveness ot
spearing your major toe on a' broken
bottle. V
i For a fact, this summer has been
one of the most delightful f or many
years. All stay$ at home Floridians
declare it has eclipsed anything the
weathe man has dolled out for ages.
But for all that there are some
cranks who just must growl. For

their benefit we relate the report

that comes first-handed from a per personage
sonage personage spending the summe von
"grandfather's farm" in Arizona:
"Yesterday we rode out on the

prairie to witness a rabbit hunt. The

dogs had the rabbits and were chas chasing
ing chasing like fun all were walking." v
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A woman will marry a man to re reform
form reform him, hut a bank won't; employ
him for the same purpose.
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. A bachelor we know says he does
not blame? the man for going over
Niagara Falls in a barrel if he had at

home what the newspapers says he
had, a wife and eleven children. He

wouldn't have waited' to get to Nia

gara. r'

trouble, just write a pleasant little
letter to our state plant commissim-

ver, Bill Newell in Gainesville. He's

one of the most oblhriner eentlemen

in all the world, and especially gifced

m Helping the ladies.
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Funny, isn't it. how man when he

goes out for a drive wants his auto

mobile to look so enameled and no!

ished and dolled up, while if his wife

should paint, powder and kalsomine
33 well as enamel up, he'd throw a
fit.
The beloved and lamented Henry
W. Grady once said: "When every
farmer in the south shall eat bread
from his own fields and meat from
his own pastures, and disturbed by no
creditor and enslaved by no debt,
shall sit amid his tempting gardens
and orchards and vineyards and dair dairies
ies dairies and barnyards, pitching his crops
in his wisdom and growing them in
independence, making cotton ,his
clean surplus and selling it in his own
time and in his own chosen market
and -not at a master's bidding, get getting
ting getting his pay in cash,, then shall be
the breaking of the fullness of our
day."
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We were sitting in the big new car
cf our twin brother at Silver Springs
the other afternoon, all the while
wondering why some girls wear peek-a-boo
shirtwaists to' show .the skin
of their necks and paint to cover the
skin of their faces.
When a man loses his temper temper-that
that temper-that is, when it gets the best of him,
then it is the worst of him is reveal.-
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Get the habit of reading the. ads.

CALVARY
Calvary, Aug. 10. Mr, and Mrs.
Earl Crosby vere in. Calvary last
Thursday evening, visiting Mrs.
Crosby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Morrison, also, her brother and fam family,
ily, family, Mr. M. J. Morrison.
Mrs. J; W. Morrison and daughter,
Miss Dollie and two grandchildren,
Randolph and Margaret, cabled on
Mrs. George Buhl last Friday eve evening.
ning. evening. Mrs. Earl Crosby and Mrs. Clyde
Moxley and children are visiting Mrs.
D. A. Fort and family for a few days
at Palmetto.
Mis Dollie Morrison has accepted
a position at the Blake studio for the
present.
Mr. Walter Strickland passed thru
Calvary last Saturday.
Mr. Sam. Potter was in Calvary
Tuesday morning.

-ur. u. v. wnaiey nas sola qpite a
lot of beef cattle this year.

OCALA LODGE. NO. 288. B. P. O. C
Ocala Lodge No. 2SG, Benevoknt

and Protective Order of Elks, meet3

the second and four Tuesday eve

nings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome.' Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street. s
C. Y. Miller, E. IJ IJ-E.'J.
E.'J. IJ-E.'J. Crook, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner of

ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always- extended to

visiting brothers.

J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
II. R. Luff man, Secretary.

Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Richards of Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, who have been on a motoring
tour around Tampa and Clearwater,
stopped in this city for a visit witi
Mr. Ed Parr and Miss Katie Mae
Eagleton before going on to Daytona.
Smith House, just remodeled. Rooms
w ith or without bath. Nice cool dining
room. Reasonable rates. Special rates
for meals by the week No. 310 North
Main Si. Phone 260. 23-lm

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Funcrcl Directors & Embnlicrs
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Phone3 555 and 225
Open All Night
OCALA. FLORIDA

Advertising builds business.

"0.v i.. If tbe moving pictures
see eyes, not the pictures.
DR. K. J. VOEE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

, Mr 'and Mrs. J. W. Melton moved
yesterday from the residence on Wa Wa-tula
tula Wa-tula street they have occupied for
some months, into the Hickson resi residence
dence residence on. Oklawaha avenue, formerly
occupied by Mr. J. T. Lancaster and
family.

Despite the warm weather of Au August,
gust, August, dancing at Silver Springs con

tinues with unabated interest each
Thursday evening. A large crowd

gathered again last evening and

dancing was indulged in until mid midnight.
night. midnight. V
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A large party of young ladies
and gentlemen from different parts

of the .state are being entertained by

Mr. and; Mrs. J. J. Harris of Dun

nellon, who has a charming country

home a few miles west of Dunnellon.

The members of this house party are

having a royal time fishing, bathing
and boating on the gulf. Among the

guests are Mr. Albert Harriss of
t this city, "who left yesterday to join
the party, and Messrs. Landis and
Loonis Blitch of Blitchton.

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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
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Proarietcr.

; Ocean travel is being made easier
and safer than it used to be, but

there does not appear to be any prom

ise of its becoming any less unset

tling to the stomach.'

. Dispatches to date say that' th
corkscrew skirt is the latest thing
from Paris. If any American girl
attempts to use it her' mother' ought

to stopper.

It is expensive to maintain a team
of horses; an automobile or, an af affinity.
finity. affinity. In fact, we can't think of any anything
thing anything worth while just now that is

not expensive.

A woman needs twa hands to drive
a nail, but she can drive" a" man 'with
one hand tied behind her back!

Funny, isn't it, how a fellow never
sees the freckles on a girl's nose until
after courting her for six. months, she
tells him that "his presence is only
flesired as a brother."
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After "being vilified for two or more
decades as a menace to life and a

dangerous factor in the community,
the automobile has found a valiant
defender who declares it unites the
interests of a family.' Where for

merly a father would have one sort

of .recreation, and mother and the

children others, they all take their

pleasure together now in the' family

auto. Throughout the summer and

winter season, the shady, flower-

bedecked roadsides and sweet smell smelling
ing smelling forests are crowded with, family
picnic parties on holidays. If every

family in the land possessed a ca,

family ties would be closer and many
of the problems of social unrest would

be happily solved.

Don't only get ready to plant a fall
garden, but include, winter, spring
and next summer as well. If you

dont get results from your efforts,

if insects and plant diseases give you

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The day is past for risking money" on
transportation experiments.
Present commercial car requirements
demands Power, Strength, Dependa Dependability,
bility, Dependability, Appearance and Economy of
Operation. These are what you pay
for and in the G. M. C TRUCK
these are what you get.

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LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS; FINE BOOKLETS, ETC

WE NEVER DISAPPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY. AUGUST 13, 1920

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LATEST LOCALS

Temperature this morning, 72; this
afternoon, 92.
Thi3 13 Friday the 13th and we are
plumb sure somebody will have bad
luck.

Chief of Police Thomas has return returned
ed returned from a brief visit to Crystal River
and Dunnellon.

Wesson oil, pint can, '38 cents;
quart can, 72 cents. H. B. Whitting Whitting-ton,
ton, Whitting-ton, phone 377.- 12-3t
Marriage license has been issued
by County Judge Smith to Mr. Sim Sim-rnie
rnie Sim-rnie S. Caruthers and Miss Hattie
Lilian Proctor.

You don't save a cent any more by
having a friend drink coca-cola with
you at the soda fountain. It is no
longer 15 cents for two glasses but 8
cents straight a throw.

Mr. C. W. Moffat left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a week's visit with hi3
daughter, Mrs. J. M. Buckman in Atlanta.

The case of Perry Edwards comes
up in the county judge's court again
tomorrow.
Wesson oil, pint can, 38 cents;
quart can, 72 cents." II. B. Whitting Whitting-ton,
ton, Whitting-ton, phone 377. 12-3t
Mrs. T. W. Troxler and children,
Mary and Charles, left today for Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, where they will be guests of
Mrs. Chester Lowe for a weekl

,Mrs. E. Van Hood has joined her
daughter, Miss Marguerite Porter in
Denver, and they are having a most
enjoyable time in that beautiful
mountain city.
Gov. Catts has appointed Mr, W. T.
Gary to fill out the unexpired term of
Mr. W. L. Colbert as member of the
board of public instruction for this
district of Marion county.

Miss Irene Denham of Gainesville
came to Ocala from Lake Weir yes yesterday
terday yesterday to attend the dance at Silver
Springs last night, and is the guest
of Miss Helen Jones today.
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
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe. Mrs. F.
G. B, Weihe and Miss Dorothy Lyles
motored to Yalaha yesterday to
spend the afternoon with Capt; and
Mrs. F. E. Weihe and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Durand,- with whom Capt. and
Mrs. Weihe are spending a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frederitzi, who
live on the Lake Weir road, are en entertaining
tertaining entertaining as their guests for several
weeks their two daughters. Misses
Isabel and Ida Frederitzi of Miami;
also: their daughter, Mrs. ; Walter
Schroth and little son, Tommy of
Grand Rapids, Mich." The Misses
Frederitzi made the trip by auto arid

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OCALA, FLA.

ness in Miimi and are now enjoying
a little vacation. Mrs. Schroth is the
wife of a prominent candy manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer of Grand Rapids,,
A happy party returning from the
lake this morning, where they have
ben "guests of Mrs. B. F. Borden and
family, who are pleasantly located at
the Nurney cottage, were ? Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and family, Misses
Kathleen Leitner and Mamie Rutk
Sanders.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing: & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. -We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Two colored boxers Jack Lewis of

Ocala and George Carter of Dunnel

lon. crave a six-round exhibition in

the Metropolitan theater last night,

Lewis winning. There were several
minor bouts before the two main euys

met. A considerable crowd witnessed

the affair. V'V7"':v."' -..VF'.

Low-Cost Mileage Get
0oodyear; ; Sniallf Gaf,

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Tliere is no economy in buying so so-called
called so-called bargains in tires offered at sen sen-sationally
sationally sen-sationally cheap prices when a
well-made tire delivers mileage at a
considerably lower rate of cost.
Add the time and trouble occasioned
by frequent replacements and it is
fully apparent why tire users, seeking
real mileage economy, are not attract-
ed to very cheaply priced tires
The popularity of Goodyear Tires, of
the 30 x 3-, 30x3Vi and 31x4-inch
sizes, is based oh the fact that they
are built to deliver exceptional mile mileage
age mileage at low cost arid consistently do so
If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort,
Maxwell or other car taking s these
sixes, goto yournearest Service Station
for Goodyear Tires for true Good Goodyear
year Goodyear mileage, value, economy

30 x 3 Goodyear h i rr
Dowble-Cure Fabric. s
All -Weather Tread 'Jf

Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tuie cost no
more thaa the price you are asked to pay
for tubas of less merit why rlak coady
casings when such, sure Drotec

tioalsavailablsl 30x3Sdra &AJ50

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Mr. Charles Peyser Taas Deen show showing
ing showing us a beautiful onyx and gold
matchbox, made in California over
fifty years a'go and presented by his
uncle -from Califronia to his father
in New York. It is an elegant piece
of jewelry and well worth preserving.
Mrs. Allen Walkley writes' from
Asheville to friends in this city tb.it
Mr. Walkley is making daily im improvement.
provement. improvement. Mrs. .Walkleys ; mother
and sister are with her and Mrs. L.
M. Murray and daughter, Elizabeth
are nearby. ; All are having a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant summer. : V :

Mr. Wycl iff e Steele returned to
Ocala yesterday after a pleasant
summer spent with his parents at
Bingham," S. C. He will be at the
home of his aunt, Mrs. E. A, Osborne
for the winter and will enter the
senior class of the Ocala high school.
Mr. Willard Steele who graduated
here last summer, will enter, the Uni University
versity University of South Carolina at Colum Columbia
bia Columbia for a four years' course. :
W. K. Lane M. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose sad
Throat: Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Oeala.': FU.:-- : -.; tf

THERE'S MAGIC Vi
TOE VERY FiAME.

ICE CESAM i

Particularly if it comes from our store. -.

We have Ice Cream for you to take home or

Ice Cream for you to eat hereall pure, unadulter unadulterated,
ated, unadulterated, healthful Ice Cream.
. WHAT DESSERT MORE APPEALS
to th Children or Grown-Ups as welj what treat
is more appreciated downtown than
Ice Cream that is Rlolii ?
You will find itjsojhere.

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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED. LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
- .RATES Six line, maximum, one

time, 2oc; three times, 50c.; suc timei
75c.;, one month. $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. .-; : .'I.'..';" -- :-' -.-

Attend the
Band Concert

AT-

FOR SALE Large ten-room house J

and quarter block m Cline s addi addition
tion addition to Ocala. Cash price for quick
- sale, $7C0. rS. SSavage Jr." 3-10t

FOR SALE 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
4 lumber business itf town of 5000
people. Plenty of timber being cut
but one hundred and fifty sawmills
nearby. Rare opportunty. Address,
"Owner," care Ocala Star. 23-tf

IfADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone

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

FOR SALE Ten head of mules. Will

exchange for cattle, goats or sheep.
J. M. Meffert. Ocala, Fla. 4-tf

Silver Springs

Sunday Afternoon n

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I KEEP
KOOL

LAKE WEIR Two completely fur-
nished cottages for sale at WooJ-
mar, Eastlake; running wate
- bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars. apply to David S.
"Woodrow, Box 581. Ocala. Fla. 9-tf

FOR RENT Furnished house. C. A.
Holloway, 715 Lime St. Phone 378
after 6 p. m. ; S-t

FOR SALE House and lot on corner
-. of Oklawaha Ave. and Anthony
road. Lot 90 ft. front, 152 ft. deep.
House contains ten rooms with fire fireplaces
places fireplaces nd closets, two baths; linen
closet; dressing room; large halls;
' porches, back and front on upper
and lower floors. Price $6500.' Mrs.
S. A. Standley. 10-3t

FOR RENT Will convert our up up-"
" up-" stairs into an apartment with nec necessary
essary necessary changes with a two-year
lot re See -Max Fishel. 30-12t

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FOR SALE Five piece narlof suite,

combination ; bookcase and desk,
library tabled willow baby .carriage

and crib. Phone 332. 10-6t

FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms.

Phone 389 or address 746.Wyomina

street, Ocala, Fla. 10-6t

FOR SALE A few fine Buff Orping

ton cockerels; heavy laying strain,
$2.50 each. Switches made from
.combings. Mrs. L. Kiplinger,
Route A, Citra, Fla. 13-2t

III Accents -"MIM

We. Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters for this
ebmmumty and we want
to Whisper Softly in your
ear that we Guarantee
Satisfaction.
Oils, Gas and Accessories to.
. ... - .i : .

iLALOCK BROS.

Phone 78 -OCALA
HOUSE BLOCK

LIFE

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Ocala, Florida

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hucKets and in
bulk.

Carn-TliomasCo.
Phone 1 63

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For all Classes of Z

I Stone, Brlcltf, Wood '2
J anil Bui!lclIno: t
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FOR SALE Two-cylinder marine
engine, cheap for cash. Gray, 715
East Fifth St., or Ocala Motor
Company. " - lS-2t

FOR SALE-Body with cab top; fits
a Ford; nearly new. First cash of offer
fer offer takes it; it's a bargain. Gray,
715 East Fifth SW Ocala. 13-2t

L. T. 1ZL AR
GENERAL

HNSUKAFJCE
Room 9
Gary Block
Ocala - Florida

Contractor

Z Phone 72Ji AVenona St J

L. ALEXANDER'

PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
f BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all co co-tract
tract co-tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any ether
contractor in the city.

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1 :CC pm
4 :0b pm

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
yon want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. in. 17-tf

h Arrival and departure of p&sserer
tra ns at OCALA UNION STATION,
Ihe following schedule figtirei-pab-lished
as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arriff
2:20 am Jaeksonville-N'York 2:10 ta

Jacksonville 1:29 pza
Jacksonville 4:25 psi
Tami?a-

2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pia
St. Petersburg
2:I5am Tampa 2:lm3
1:50 pm Tampa-J i ana tee l:5f3
4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pes

r ATr.AKTIfl OlAKT LINH R. f!

Leave ArriTt
2:12 pm Jaeksonville-N'York 2:43 an
1 :45 pm Jksonville-j! ams ville 3:23 pa
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 tra
2:42 am StPetsbrg -Lakeland 2:12 sra
3:35 pm StPetsbrg -Lakeland 1 :25 f ra
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 p
3:25 pm Homosassa l:S0pn
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42
4:45 pm Gainenville ll:0e3
Jlonday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is .now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

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