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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
daily
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Constructive Policy Presented by Cox
in II13 Previous Speeches Speeches-"Will
"Will Speeches-"Will be Continued.

(Associated Presa)
Columbus, Aug. 1G. Gov. Cox is
' preparing to press the onslaught
against the republican opposition in
three more addresses this week. He
i3 expected to outline constructive
policies in his remarks to the Ohio
dtrnocratic convention here tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. It is understood Gov. Cox will
continue to stress the principal line
of attack he gave Saturday in five
'speeches in Ohio and West Virginia.
HARDING'S NEXT. SPEECH WILL
BE MADE THURSDAY
Marion, Aug. 16. Senator Hard Hard-,
, Hard-, ing began the preliminary work on
Lis next front porch speech today to
be delivered Thursday, and which is
expected by his advisers to, be one of
, his most important campaign utter utterances.
ances. utterances. He will address the members
i and former members of the Ohio Ug Ug-i&alture,
i&alture, Ug-i&alture, and both democrats and re republicans
publicans republicans have been invited.
LABORING MEN WANT
BETTER ROOMS

Chicago, Aug. 16. Demand for
private rooms, with sunshine and hot
and cold running water, has sup supplanted
planted supplanted that for a dime "flop'' among
wayfaring working men, according to
the observations of the Salvation
Army.
. Lieut. Col. Emil Marcussen, head
of the industrial department of the
army for the states west of the Mis Mississippi,
sissippi, Mississippi, said today:
"The day of the dormitory, or,
more accurately, the 'flop house has
passed. The kind of men who used to
come to us, seeking 'f re s beds or glad
to get them for a dime, now ask for
private rooms. Since prohibition be be-'
' be-' came effective, I have closed sevral
of our working men's hotels, includ including
ing including one in Chicago and another in
Kansas City.
"There is a real need for good,
modern hotels for men at reasonable
prices and those which we have are
run along such lines.' Our working
wen's palace in Chicago has 571 beds.
Three years ago, we would have found
ten or twelve men in the Palace with
bank acounts. Last month, there
were 312 men in that hotel who car
ried bank books.
"As for the industries homes, they
used to contain many young men who
ceased to be producers and who had
to be made over, sometimes by a long
and painstaking process. into ; good
citizens and wage earners. Today
there is hardly an able-bodied man in
any industrial home in the United
States.
"The men who are there are nearly
all permanently disabled to some de degree,
gree, degree, or they are convalescents from
hospitals who are unable to do an
ordinary day's work. These men are
i not only able to take care of them
selves but even to save a little from
their earnings.
"There is room in every industrial
home. The Chicago home is not half
full. That is why the Salvation Army
is able this year, through its home
service program, to extend an offer
of the facilities of these home to eve
ry small community in the west."
THEY ALMOST PULLED
THEMSELVES IN TWO
(Associated Press)
Antwerp, Aug. 16. Walker Smith,
a hurdler and Joie Ray, the crack
mile- runner, members of the Ameri
can Olympic team, pulled the tendons
of their limbs while training, it was
announced today. The classic Pen
tathlon was attempted in the stadiums
today. ;:. : jv W7.'.
1 AMERICAN nURDLERS AT
ANTWERP KEEP AHEAD
(Associated Press)
Antwerp, Aug. : 1 6. American
hurdlers, running first, second, third
fend sixth in the 400-metre hurdles
today scored 17 points for the United
States in the Olympic games. Frank
Loomis of Chicago, finished first.
SELLING TOE GOVERNMENTS
STEEL MERCHANT SHIPS
(Associated Press)
- Washington. Aue. 16, Prepara
tions for disposal of the government's
steel merchant ships will begin im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Chairman Benson of the
shipping board, announced today.
OPERATORS AND MINERS
CANT AGREE
(Associated Press)
Cleveland. Auk. 16. The bitumin
ous coal operators refused the miners
demands of $2 a day increase, and
countered with an offer which would
mean an advance estimated at 35 to
Tl cent sa day. The miners rejected

Although Cox's Car was Running

Within the Speed Limit Republi Republi-.
. Republi-. cana Tried to Hare Him
Arrested
(Associated Press)
Columbus, Aug. 16. An unsuccess unsuccess-ul
ul unsuccess-ul attempt to arrest Gov. Cox on a
charge of automobile speeding and a
harmles accident to one of the ears
of newspaper men accompanying him
fnwi! V t-Lsl iviifflMAnf tmcri- xvrl r it Ina
motor trip 'of the 'democratic presi
dential, candidate returning from
Wheeling, W. Va.
The attempt to arrest the governor
and his party was' declared by Ray
E. Ley ton; adjutant general of Ohio,
who accompanied the governor, to
have been planned by republicans to
embarrass the democratic nominee.
General Leyton said a warming of
he plan had been received yesterday.
At Jacksontown, O., about thirty thirty-wo
wo thirty-wo miles east of Columbus, the gov
ernor and his party '. rode slowly
through, disregarding outstretched
arms of shirt sleeved men, and also
a large group of persons gathered
there. Within a few mintues two
motorcycle officer s stoppe d the cars
of the governor and press correspon
dents, declaring all under arrest and
demanding their return to Jackson-
own. Gov. Cox identified himself,
but the officers said they had orders
from Jacksontown authorities to ar
rest all four automobiles of the
party "no matter who they contain
ed" on charges of speeding.
"You can reach me at the execu
tive office at Columbus any time,"
Gov. Cox replied, ordering all v the
cars to proceed and leaving the of officers
ficers officers busy taking down car num
bers on the fly.
IOWA CITIZENS ARE ARMING
(Associated Press)
Dubuque, Ia Aug. 16. Shotgun
brigades of citizens and officers of
the peace are being organized in this
part of the state in an, effort to stop
ar d apprehend thieves, particularly
bank Tobbers. State authorities have
taken the initiative in organizing the
posses, according to Sheriff Frank
Kenedy. It is planned that when a
robbery is reported notice be sent
throughout the county in which it oc occurred
curred occurred and counties nearby and the
shotgun" men called together to pa
trol all highways. The Iowa Bank Bankers'
ers' Bankers' Association has sent out notices
that it is beieved that at least three
gangs of bank robbers have worked
in the state recntly, and with the aid
of speedy automobiles soon are long
distances from the scenes of the rob
beries.
The 14 reasons why Mme. Peschanel
should not accept a hat from American
milliners, set forth by the Society for
the Improvement of Millinery Art in
France, suggest' a certain amount of
disquiet concerning the continuance of
Parisian supremacy in matters of fash-
Ion. .-
Every man, woman and child ; in
America contributed toward winning
the war, and Is. therefore entitled to a
bonus. Suppose each of us votes him
self a bonus to the amount his fancy
dictates, pays it himself and lets it go
at that.
Philippine Islanders are preparing
to celebrate the four hundredth an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the discovery of these Is Islands
lands Islands by, Magellan. If Magellan had
only kept away from them he might
have saved the United States a lot of
worry. ;
The estimate of $2,500 a year as nec necessary
essary necessary for the maintenance of a family
of five under present conditions is all
right. But. the head of the family
ought to be willing to put in a full,
honest day's work and earn the
tnoney.
Another evidence that there Is more
loafing than praying In this country
Is. about ten pairs of pants, wear out
at the seat for every one that weakens
at the knees.
A politician will be pretty apt to
think you are unpatriotic unless you
quit your job and howl like a hungry
coyote every time he says something.
The cost-plus plan Is all right, pro provided
vided provided the costing Is carefully done and
the plusslng Is mercifully applied.
We dcat like your actions. They
only postpone good, feeling, good fel fellowship,
lowship, fellowship, and an equal opportunity for
alL L. C Ball la The Business Phil-csopher.

Steams-at Once for Danzig to Pro Protect
tect Protect Americans Crowding

Into that City
Associated Press)
. Washington, Aug. 16. The cruiser
Pittsburg and a destroyer have been
orderec' to the Baltic Sea to protect
American interests there. The vessels
are now at Cherbourg, France, and
will proceed immediately to Danzig.
HIGHWAY OFFICIALS IN OCALA
Mr. P. K. Van Valkenburg, secre
tary of -the Florida State Automobile
Association, accompanied by Mr. L.
H. Finley, who has charefe of the
placing of signs on the Florida high highways
ways highways for this organization, are in the
city today, and will for several days
make data of the public roads lead leading
ing leading into Ocala. The information se secured
cured secured will be used not only for the
placing of suitable signs all over the
county, but also for use in the state
map to be issued by the automobile
association during the coming month.
The association proposes putting
metal signs at all junction points and
through towns to guide travelers In
getting from one. place to another.
'After the Marion ; county roads
have been mapped out these gentlemen-will
make up information of the
roads from Ocala to Pensacola; also
from Gainesville to Jacksonville, via
Palatka and St. Augustine.
The information being gathered
will be" of great help to the traveling
public wjien published in the automo-
mobile, blue map and the state map.
The new map, Mr. Van Valkenburg
says, will be the most compete ever
issued, and will show not only the
hard surfaced roads, but also other
public roads which are accessible to
automobiles.
A report is send in to headquarters
in Orlando each night with data for
making" up the signs, and as soon as
these gentlemen return" from their
trip to the western part of the state
they- will begin i the -placing -of.-,- the
signs- over the entire state.
.OCALA VS. DUNNELLON
Ocala will cross bats with the fast
team from Dunnelon tomorrow,
Tuesday, the 17th. Dunnellon has
Seveal hired players with them and
they are spending a lot of money to
get professional players to take home
the bacon, but the, smile that never
wears off and indicates a victory is n
Manager Goldman's face, for with
Mickler and Luffman to do the twirl twirling
ing twirling and Leavengood and Brooks to do
the receiving, and a big crowd to do
the rooting, Ocala will come out the
victor. Game called at 4 o'clock.
Everyone come.

COUNTTFR ABWRTISE FLORIDA
RESOURCES AT STATE FAIR
- ", ,.
Vie With Each Other for Supremacy in Anneal Competition.

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JacksonTille; The Florida Counties
Building, at the State Fair which will
be held November 18-27. will be filled
with exhibits from leading counties
of the State, showing the choicest
eamples of every agricultural and hor hor-ticultral
ticultral hor-ticultral product. An afternoon in
this building will give the visitor
more reliable, information about the
resources, climate and topography of
Florida than could be acquired on
a thirty day trip or a week epent in
Btudying tables of statistics and re reports.
ports. reports.
The Florida Counties Building will
surprise even residents of the State
themselves, in its portrayal of re resources
sources resources unrivalled in richness and va variety.
riety. variety. What .then will be the impres impression
sion impression on the visitor from other and
less favored states?

Britain Will Not Aid nim in Any
Further Attacks He M3y Make
on the Bolsheviki

(Associated Press)
London, Aug. 16. Premier Lloyd
George told the house of commons to today
day today that Great Britain had made it
clear to General Wrangel, anti-bol-sheviki
commander in South Russia;
that if he attacked the soviet forces
it would be en his own responsibility.
le added that Wrangel had opened
further attacks and the responsibility
is his. :
i LABOR IS GOING TOO FAR
'.; London, Aug. 16. Replying in the
house of commons to the question reT
garding labor's ultimatum against
war with Russia, Premier Lloyd
George declared that any attempt to
distate governmental policy by indus industrial
trial industrial action struck at the root of the
constitution and would be resisted
vigorously.
battle with rocks in i bel-
. ; fast ".
I Belfast, Aug. 16. Rioting was re re-hewed
hewed re-hewed here last night but' no fire-arms
were used. Short Stand a na nationalist
tionalist nationalist area, was the battleground
and remained in a state of siege until
after midnight with the contending
parties throwing stones at each other.
JAPANESE LABOR v
AGAINST THE UNION
-Tokio, July 20. Japanese labor is
expressing opposition to a proposed
measure authorizing labor unions
which the government says will be
introduced into the diet. At present
labor unions as known in other coun countries
tries countries are. not permitted by law.
; Representatives of the different
labor associations in Tokio have
adopted a resolution declaring that
the bill, as they interpret it, is so
framed as to frustrate the real de
velopment' of labor. The memorial!
adds that the law that would realty
satisfy the workers and that is really
in great need muts recognize the
right of negotiating in' a body and the
right of going on a strike whenever
occasion requires.
V 'The government; bill V in question
completely ignored these rights, and
accordin gto the memorial was there therefore
fore therefore calculated to encourage a com complication
plication complication of labor problems.
CIT Y OF TOLEDO 5
SUFERED FROM A STORM
- (Associated Press)
Toledo, Aug. 16. Damage esti estimated
mated estimated at five million dollars was done
here today by a rainstorm which
floated away great stretches of pav paving,
ing, paving, flooded cellars and paralyzed
traffic.
4 I
The county competition la some somewhat
what somewhat changed this year. The north northern
ern northern group, will enter in a class by
themselves, while a new classification
has been created for the southern coun counties,
ties, counties, which are strong ia fruits, cepa cepacia
cia cepacia ly citrus. This evens the competi competition
tion competition considerably and will tend to in increase
crease increase the rivalry in the wto classes.
Handsome cash prizes are offered
and are accompanied by ribbon and
diploma awards. These awards, to together
gether together with the widespread publicity
they receive areof inestimable value
to the competing" counties.
The Florida State Fair is only three
years .old, but its county section is
larger and better than most of : the
older state fairs of the country. Thi3
is a fact of which every Floridian
should be proud.

Either Suffs or Ant is s at Nashville
Ready to Take Advantage
of the Other

(Associated Press)
' Nashville, Aug. 16. Every indica indication
tion indication today pointed to a vote on the
suffrage amendment in the house to tomorrow,"
morrow," tomorrow," although leaders of the op opposing
posing opposing factions were watching each
other for ; any1 move that might le
made this afternoon to get a vote if
either side should' find itself in the
majority with many members away
for the week-end.
PAGE OF PRESIDENTS
Unique in the annals of local news newspaper
paper newspaper enterprise will be the Evening
Star's "Page of Presidents." It Is a
high class educational feature. f
Beginning with the "Father of His
Country," the gentleman of cherry
tree fame, the Star will publish tic tic-curate
curate tic-curate pictures, autographs and bio biographical
graphical biographical sketches of each and every
president of the m United States, in including
cluding including Gol. Roosevelt, the hero of
San Juan Hill and exporerv of the
wilds of Africa; William Howard
Taf t, the man with the perpetual
smile, and Woodrow Wilson, who
clings so closely to true democratic
principles. The accuracy of these
sketches is insured by the fact that
they were taken from the Congress Congressional
ional Congressional Library at Washington.
: Prize Will be Off ered
To increase interest, thus adding
to the educational' value of these
sketches, a contest, including a $15
prize, will be tied onto the end of it.
The prize will be a cash one and will
be given by the Star.
s The. contestants will be called upon
to discover an intentional misspelled
word in each of the advertisements
on, the "Page of Presidents" the day
it appears in the Star. They will also
be called upon to answer two other
questions about the presidents of the
United States. ; ?
' The page will be. interesting to the
old as well as the young. Especially
will it please the advertisers on the
page the day it appears, because you
read these notices so as to see the
anouncement of what day the page
will appear.
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals, which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city:
Two spotted sows, marked crop
one ear, split and underbit in other.
lThe owners thereof or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,
towit: On the 18th day of August,
1920, I will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and. best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
S. C M. Thomas,
. Marshal City of Ocala.
I". A. Holloway, Impounder It
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive
Leave
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Leave,
Arrive
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Arrive
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from Jacksonville.,
for Tampa.....-.
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for Tampa ... .'. .v
from Jacksonville.,
for Tampa. ........
from Tampa
for Jacksonville.
from Tampa. . . .
for Jacksonville....
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for Jacksonville. .
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2:10
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4:24
4:25
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p. d.
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Atlantic oast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:43 a. rx
Leave for St. Petersburg. 2:49 a. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg.. 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from ot. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
Leave. for Jacksonville.... 2:12a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.,. 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg... 6:41 a, ra.
Leave for Jacksonville ... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa. .1.25 p. rn.
Leave for Homosassa. i . 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-
Leaye for Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. ra.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10 a. nx
Arrive from Wilcox, Monday-Wednesday,
Friday. 6:45 p.m.
Advertise la tha Star.

Red .Armies, After Many Days of
Desperate Fighting, in a Dazen
' v Miles of ;Warsaw

(Associated Press)
London, Aug. IS The Russians are
pressing the fight for Warsaw and
within a dozen miles of the capital
on the northeast, says Sunday's cSic cSic-ial
ial cSic-ial Moscow statement.
ARMORED FLEET ON THE VIS-
-TULA r
Warsaw, Aug. 10. An armored
flotilla is patrolling the Vistula be between
tween between Warraw and Thorn to prevent
the bolsheviki from crossing the
stream in a movement to encircle the
city., Soviet cavalry working west westward
ward westward along the Prussian frontier is
reported at various points northwest
of Warsaw today.
' RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
To the Superintendent, Oflicers and
Members of the Ocala. Methodist
v Sunday School:
We, your committee, appointed to
draft resolutions upon the departure
of our well beloved Brother Bridges,
beg to submit the following:
Whereas, Brother 11. L. Bridges
came aming us a few years ago as a
stransrer. but having formallv piven
r
his heart to God, and consecrated hia
life to His service, he entered into
our church and Sunday school life at
once, and .became one of us. So
thoroughly identified was he with all
the spiritual interests o:; the church
and Sunday school thai; we soon
learned to seek his counsel and ad advice
vice advice in all matters touching the vital
interests of our church, it was large largely
ly largely due to his personal efforts .that
our business men's clasjj was organ organized,
ized, organized, the influence of which has be become
come become a pof er for good, not only in
cur own city but has bem an inspira inspiration
tion inspiration to classes of like nature thruout
our conference; and,
Whereas, Through the mysterious
workings of nature, thi body of our
well-beloved brother hjis been Jaii
away into its last resting place till
the finger of God shall touch it and
bid it rise again; therefore be it
Resolved, That is the departure of
our brother 1 the chureii and Sunday
school have sustained what we in cur
finite judgment esteem to be an ir-
renaarble loss: and we nrav that the
Holy Spirit Himself will come in and
.occupy the vacancy caused by this
our temporary loss. And further
Resolved, That we, deeply sympa sympathize
thize sympathize with his devoted wife and other
loved ones in this their temporary
loss, and pray God's richest blessings
upon them; and further
Eesolved, That a copy of these res resolutions
olutions resolutions be sent to Sister R. L.
Bridges and that they be published ia
the Florida Christian Advocate and
also in the Ocala Star.
. -M. M. Little. '.
; II. B. Baxter.
. Mrs. E T. Spencer, .
v Committee.'
, .Adopted by the Methodist Sunday
school of Ocala, Fla.,'; August UA'a,
1920. L. W. Duval, Supt.
FINAL RESPECTS PAID
TO MAJOR GENERAL GOP.GAS
OEcial Washington aad RepresenU RepresenU-;x
;x RepresenU-;x tives of Other Nations Ilrjsor
Memory of Gnat Sur Surgeon
geon Surgeon Geniiral
Associated 'Press)
Washington, Aug. 10. Final re respects
spects respects were paid today by official
Washington to the later Major Gen General
eral General Gorgas. The i'uneral services
were attended by officers of the army,
navy,' prominent goverment ofHckls.
and representatives of various na nations.
tions. nations. The military pall bearers in included
cluded included officers cf the array and ad admirals
mirals admirals of the navy, headed by Gen General
eral General Pershing. :
PACIFIC ARCII WILL BE
COMPLETED IN OCTOBEi:
. Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 10. Work,
has been started on the Pacific arch,
which is to stand at the crossinir of
the Pacific highway at the interna international
tional international boundary.
According to the rsen in charge .f
the work the structure will ba com completed
pleted completed in time for the oScial open opening
ing opening on October 20, when the queen,
of .Rumania, her "daughter, Princess
Marie, Marshal and Madame Joffrej
representatives of tie Canadian and
United States ; government, of the
Mikado and of the president of China
are expected to be present.
The arch, it is estimated will ccsi
about 550,000. It will be of steel and
concrete and will stand 100 feet hh:h.
The simple inscription, which will" fee
raised in bold letters for all the
world to see 5s: "Children of a Com Common
mon Common Mother.
Mis3 Rena Smith left thi3 after afternoon
noon afternoon for Atlanta to Eelect her Etcck
of fall millinery.

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six times cents per Inch. Special
Sosltion 20 per cent additional. Bates
ased on 4-Inch minimum. Less tnan
tour inches, will take higher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica application.
tion. application. ,
Heading Notlreai 5 cents per lfne for
rtrst insertion; 3 cents per line for each
subsequent Insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without xtra
composition charges.
Legal advertisements It legal rates..
Powerful influences are at work to
prize Harding loose from that front
porch.
In backing up Wrangell, we fear
the French are putting their money
on the wrong horse., ;
"Mutt and Jeff" is 'rotten among
comics but rnot quite so rotten as the
"Outbursts f Everett True." f
There's many a dollar going into
gasoline and sodawater that had bet better
ter better go into shoeleather and groc groceries.
eries. groceries. .
Florida farmers and cattlemen who
do not do all in their power to exter exterminate
minate exterminate the cattle tick are very short
sighted. .
Mayor. Martin, of Jacksonville op opposes
poses opposes a vice crusade in his city. The
trouble with .vice ; "crusades is that
they nearly always increase vice.
The Times-Union truthfully says
that,. the adoption of the twenty-million-dollar
.amendment would be a
perpetual raid on the state treasury.
We'd hate to be whatever made a
sudden noise outside .Villa's bed room
window, any night? Tampa Tribune.
You wouldn't hate it any worse than
Villa would. ;
Reports of .New York maternity
hospitals .show that since 1916 the
average per 1 capital ; cost of stork
visits has increased from $35.90 to
$70.04. t Don't be discouraged young
folks. Money, for stork-hire always
comes from somewhere.
That old stuff about there being a
fool born every minute is misleading.
A dozen a second would be nearer
the proper proportion. The latest
instance is the landing by Mr. Ponzi
of Boston of about twenty-five million
dollars worth of. suckers. ?
Captain Merion Cooper, one of the
brave. American aviators fighting
with i the Poles, and reported missing
in action about two weeks ago, is
probably alive yet. The bolshevilci
say he is wounded and a prisoner in
their hands. Captain Cooper's home,
if he lives to see it, is in Jacksonville.
The" Florida National Guard is
mostly made up of ex-service men
who served from one to two years in
France or Germany. They are at attending
tending attending state encampment at Camp
Johnson now and a bunch of he he-sissies
sissies he-sissies want a vice crusade inflicted on
PEOPLE OF OUR. TOWN
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ftn.Ts. coins So Good that he has for forgotten
gotten forgotten All About the Speaker of the
Evening,... whom he is Introducing.
Every town has a Self-Made Orator
who can Go to the Mat with the Dic Dictionary
tionary Dictionary on short notice and Comes ia
Hazily when the. Ilegular Speaker
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Jacksonville before any of the men
are allowed to visit the city. ; This
is the essence of damphoolishness. A
majority of the men probably visit
Jacksonville or some town just as
bad once or more a year as private
citizens. What" makes some people
think that a man nCeds a guardian,
a guide, a censor and a white ribbon
as soon as he put3 on an uniform?
The head writer of the Ocala Star
is carrying the alliterative fad to ex extremes.
tremes. extremes. To 'make recognize "alliter "alliterate'
ate' "alliterate' with Wrangel he spells it
"wreckognize." Tampa Times.
Well, if we hadn't carried it to an
extreme, you wouldn't have noticed
it, and so you would, have missed the
important news item under it.
"The Observer" is the title of a
very bright and well printed paper,
which has suddenly ; emanated from
the ether into Jacksonville. A. K.
Tayor and Chas. E. Jones are publish publishers,
ers, publishers, and promise to make the Ob Observer
server Observer a daily paper as soon as the
white paper situation improves. Suc Success
cess Success to them.

The Jackonville Metropolis discard discarded
ed discarded its negro page. A very good idea.
If the colored people want a place
where their news is exclusively print printed,
ed, printed, they should start a paper of
their own. They could maintain a
very creditable paper irf the state if
they followed the line on which the
Jacksonville Metropolis' negro p:ge
was. conducted.
The recent appointment of James
E. Calkins as special counsel for the
Florida railroad commissionj succeed succeeding
ing succeeding Dozier Devanei resigned, effec effective
tive effective September 1, is entirely; satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory to the Evening Record, for
Senator Calkins, with fourteen years
of unbroken legislative record in
which no one has been able to pick a
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Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE
We now have the
Peanut
Flu H gv''i.
again. It is as good as
ever; 4 and 8 pound
buckets and in
bulk.
Cam-Thomas Go.
Phone 163
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We Modestly Proclaim
Hhat we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters for this
community and we want
to Whisper Sc'ly in your
ear that we Guarantee
Satisfaction.
Oils, Gas and Accessories to.
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Gary Bloclc
i:Ocala Florida'

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flaw, isc onsidered among the leading
attorneys of Florida. -St Augustine
Record.
Glad the Record has found some something
thing something it can agree on with the Star.
The two, papers have squabbled qon qon-tinuou3ly1for
tinuou3ly1for qon-tinuou3ly1for three weeks.
." Our administration can't see what
reason the Japanese have to occupy
the northern end of Saghalien, and
therefore enquires to know; why it
happened. It seems that there were a
number of Japanese in Nikolavesk. a
Russian town on the Siberian main mainland,
land, mainland, and a horde of bolsheviki swept
down on the town and ; butchered
many of the Japs, men, women and
children, and the Japanese naturally
thought that a good reason for oc occupying
cupying occupying all Saghalien, of which they
already possess the south half, in
order to protect their people. Btut
this-administration, not being given
to protecting Americans, can't see
any reason for Japan protecting Jap Japanese.
anese. Japanese. We hope the next administra administration
tion administration whether it be democrat or re republican,
publican, republican, will adopt a different policy,
else we shall probably have an ex expensive
pensive expensive and unnecessary war with
Japan.
At the last meeting of the Rotary
Club, Mr.. W. D. Carn made a very
good suggestion, and that was that
each member who. is able to do so
plant at least an acre of orange grove
on some one of the leading highways
of the county. Mr. Carn has already

set an example, putting outa grove
on the Silver Springs road. A number
f the members of the club own lapd
on the most traveled roads and will
probaby take Mr. Cam's advice. Mr.
Cam recommends that the groves are
to be of the best stock and kept in
the, best of condition They' are to be
show groves, to add to the attractions
our county will give to the eye of
the passing traveler, but like all
other well-kept groves will add to
the income of the owners.. It is not
recessary for this work to be confined
to members of the Rotary Club. Eve Every
ry Every man who owns land along a high highway
way highway can join in it and find it paying
as well as public-spirited work.
- It is a f act well known among poul poultry
try poultry fanciers that a hen dislikes to be
immersed in cold water and will go
great lengths to avoid a ducking, We
have had much experience with chick chickens
ens chickens and have dealt with many re resourceful
sourceful resourceful hens, but were not prepared
for the evidence of intelligence and
wit exhibited by one of our fowls
yesterday. For several days she had
been showing a strong inclination to
set, which was against our wishes, so
we instructed our, small son to give
her a cooling bath in a tub of rain
water that sat under the eaves. The
lad gathered the hen- up in his arms
and started for the tub. She knew
from experience what t was coming
off, and why. She viewed the situa situation
tion situation with alarm for a moment .and
then, knowing that something must
bed one, and done quickly, she laid an
egg, 'which dropped about three feet
and landed safely in the sand. Thus,
by rare presence of mind, she avoid avoided
ed avoided an unpleasant experience, as we
make it a rule never to duck a laying
hen. -Tarpon Springs Leader.
That story of yours, pardner,
shows development of intellect in the
hen or in you.
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Sunday's Times-Union contains an
excellent ; illustration of the superin superintendent,
tendent, superintendent, teachers and scholars of the
girls industrial school, taken on the
front steps of the school a few weeks
ago. The artist and printers have
done their work so well that the cut
has made a picture good ; enough to
frame,. The following text, accom accompanies
panies accompanies the picture:,
, "Girls, at the Florida Industrial
School at Ocala are enjoying a spec special
ial special course in industrial art given by
Mis Julia Keeler of the general ex ex-tesion
tesion ex-tesion division of the University of
Florida and State College for Women.
Miss Keeler supervises her classes at
the industrial school by correspon correspondence
dence correspondence 'and by personal visits once a
week. The general extension division
will give" bookkeeping 1 and "'othar
practical courses in the near, future,
fulfilling an agreement entered into
with Miss Lumie By Davis, former
superintendent, who has recently re resigned
signed resigned to teach history in her home
town at Erwin, Tenn., according to
Miss Sina Leana Kite, present acting
superintendent. Before leaving the
state Miss Davis expressed her; ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of the interest and co-operation
of the Florida Federation of
Woman's Clubs in the upbuilding of
the industrial school for girls and said
the girls of the school would be glad
to receive magazines and records for
their victrola from any citizen. She
also suggested that women through throughout
out throughout the state act as "Big Sisters" to
the various girls by selecting some
girl with whom to -correspond regu regularly,
larly, regularly, writing her letters of encour
agement and help."
GEO. W. CRAWFORD
; Orlando, Aug. 14. -Geo. W. Craw Crawford
ford Crawford died at his residence in Con Conway,
way, Conway, five miles southeast of Orlando,
yesterday afternoon. Mr. Crawford
was one of the pioneers of Orange
county, coming here f rem Tennesee
47 years ago. : V
1 fie secured land and began farm farming
ing farming and fruit raising, and has lived
continuously in the neighborhood
during: the entire time. Mr. Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, besides being a useful private
citizen, has served several terms in
the state legislature, arid at the list
session he "represented this district in
the state senate.

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hurt your eyes, it is your
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. DR. K. J. WE1IIE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyei!2nt Specialist

Smith House just remodeled. Rooms
with or'wjthout bath. Nice cool dining
room. Reasonable rates. Special rates
for meals by the week. No. 310 North
Main St. Phone 260. 23-lm

If you have any news for this de department
partment department please phone 255.
Mr. Ed. Tucker is in Jacksonville
on a business trip.
Mr. Leon Mason spent the week weekend
end weekend in Ocala.
Mr. Bob Medlin of Gainesville, was
visiting: friends in the city yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Mr. Randolph Cobb of Orlando
spent the week-end in Ocala visiting
friends.

Pablo Beach. Mrs. Whaley and Mrs. J. B. Godwin and attractive

aaugmer, ;nss uiive w naiey, win re- j cmiaren, wanaa ana vvumorcn ci

will then go to Madion for a short a week of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Godwin,

visit with reatives and friends.

Miss Pauline Collins left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for her home in Irvine, after
a few days visit with er sister, Mias
Inez Collins.

Rev. John Conoly of St. Phillips
Catholic church is giving a picnic at
Silver Springs today for the three
Sunday school classes.

Miss Rena Smith left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Atlanta to select her stock
of fall millinery.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

Mrs. George Howell of Fort McCoy
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. C. R.
Howell for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Condon left
thi3 afternoon for a short visit to
Jacksonville and .Tallahassee.

Mr. and Mrs. Mason Tison and
family of Gainesville, were guest3 of
relatives in the city Saturday.
Miss Dorothy Brooks has returned
to her home at the lake after a short
visit with Miss Elizabeth Hotker.

Mr. S. R. Whaley arrived home yes yesterday
terday yesterday after a delightful outing at

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121 W. Broadway.. ;Vphone' 258 1" Oeaia, Florida.

Eizpzvl r2eclianics on AH
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Gasoline, Oils and Grease

MrW. M. Martin returned to Ocala

aiter spending several

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days in Jacksonville
friends and relatives.

the guest

Pon'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. H. L. Cappleman ar arrived
rived arrived in the city Saturday to spend
a few days with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Cappleman.
. Miss Madge Pedrick left Saturday
for Jacksonville, where she will be
the guest of her brother, Mr. Perry
Pedrick for several weeks.

W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. OSes over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf.

V Mrs. C. V. Cooksey of Crystal Riv River,
er, River, who has been the guest' of her
mother; Mrs. R. L. Park, left yester yesterday
day yesterday for different -points in Georgia.

Mr. Martin Cowart, Mr. O. L. Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham of Arlington, Ga., and Mr.
Anthony of Columbus, Ga., spent' the
week-end in Ocala, visiting friends.
Sir. and Mrs. Lawrence Kelly Jr.
and little -son. Jack of Gainesville,
were guests yesterday of Mrs. Kel Kel-leys
leys Kel-leys parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead., -. ; :
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

Miss Kathryn Boyd of Dade City,
who has been visiting friends in Ca Camilla,
milla, Camilla, Ga., will, arrive today and will
be the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. E.
Godwin. . v'

Mrs. W. J. Edwards and two" inter interesting
esting interesting children expect to leave this
week for Salt Springs, where they
will spend a week or ten days enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying camp life. ; 7
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Godwin and
family's. and-Mrs.' J. B. Godwin and
children of. Pierce, returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday after a delightful outing spent
at Salt 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

Mrs. Ella Proctor, Mrs. Ernest
Bair md Mrs. M. J. Sherouse return returned
ed returned Saturday from Daytona Beach,
where they spent several days. They
report an enjoyable time.
Mis Margaret McNeil after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit with Mrs. E. B. Green,
left today for a fortnight visit to
friends 'in Hastings, before returning
to her home in Kissimmee.

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

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

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Get the habit of, calling phone 243
when you want high class fresh meats
and : groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf

Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Watt and little

daughter, Helen left yesterday for
Jacksonville. Today they will sail

for New York, where Dr. Watt ex expects
pects expects to take a post-graduate course

Among the out tof town visitors
noted on the streets Saturday were

Mrs. S. G. Lovell of Summerfield,

Mrs. J. C. Groff of Oxford, Mrs; G.

Pasteur and Miss Annie Lou Souter,

Anthony.

Mrs. George Sikes, who has been

making her home in Ocala for several

months, left last week for Clearwater
to visit her parents. She writes that
she will make Clearwater her per

manent home.

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

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(Succr-j.-ra to Cmtes Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmqbile Cars,
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let usjprove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.

left yesterday for Morriston for a
visit with relatives.

Miss Mary Lane, who has been
visiting in, Arlington, Ga, will leave

this week for Cairo. After spend

several days there she expects to
make a brief visitin Ocala before re

turning to her home in Orlando.

Miss Clarabeth Stevens arrived in
the city on the noon train today after
spending two weeks in Ocala,- the

guest of her grandparents, Mr. and

Mrs. Isaac Stevens, and her aunt,

Miss Nellie Stevens. Lakeland Star.

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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

f ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

evening waa the dinner party at

which Mr. Robert Blowers entertain

ed at his home near Ocala. The din dining
ing dining table was lovely with rose and

ferns, and a delicious course dinner

was erved. Mr. Blowers' guests were

Misses Ethel and Elizabeth Ilorne,

Alice Sexton, Louise Spencer and

Messrs. Cecil Clark, Tom Wallis,
Hansel Leavengoodj Charles Welsh

and Mr. and Mrs D. S. Mason.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Bl itch of Wil-

liston were in town one day ? last

wek, Hardy Croora, who i3 generally
with them, having gone on a visit to

Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Batch are

caretakers for the- summer of a
blooded, four-gallon cow, and say
they intend to be a replica of Mr. and
Mrs. Fatty Arbuekle when the ovv'ner
returns. George is trying to resume
his boyhood proficiency as a milk milkman,
man, milkman, but has so far been ..able to
draw only three of the four gallros.

However, he is improving, and three

gallons go a long way with two such

petite people as George and Mi3s

Sail ie anyhow.
JAPAN'S PROVERBS OF W0L1EN

Women admire women of their own
type. -v
' Women who seek liberty too often
lose It.
"New" women are created to re replace
place replace pood women.
If you want to love women tsgin
by spending money.
Pride goes before a fall, especially
in beautiful women.
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Women and mountains should be
looked on at a distance.
,TIs women who know they are ngly
that powder 'tselr' faces.
Women fall I love with their pro protectors
tectors protectors men with women.
Poisonous files carry shiny wings,
bad women pretty faces.
Men laugh with their hearts, wom women
en women only with their mouths.
Men who like to take photos with
their wives are henpecked.

The secret of winning the woman
who Jilts you Is perseverance.
Women understand men; those who
understand women are also women.
Plain women bewail their misfortune
la proportion to their learning.
Rather than make love In clumsy
language bite your tongue out.
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Women who remember 4 shop elSB
end trade marks make good wives.
Men who neither brag nor fatter
need not fear being loved by women.
A wife who does not know how to
please her husband makes him coo
rait no end of blunders.
When marriage agents praise any
woman for her virtues you may be
certain that It Is another way of say saying
ing saying that she is ugly. Compiled by Mr.
Akmlto Shun In the Independent (New
York).

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transportation experiments.
Present commercial car requirements
demands Power,; Strength, Dependa Dependability,
bility, Dependability, Appearance and Economy of
Operation. These dre what you pay
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We can only Judge your principles
by your actions, and we don't care
for your actions.
When you burn and blow up what
others with or without money Lave
patiently built up;
' When you widen the breach between
those who work and those who pay
them for their work;
When you demand a share la ths
things we own, and other citizens own,
and produce no useful handiwork your
self;
When you ccramlt murder, and ra
sort to blackmail end InttmiJatloa ;

We don't care for you as a frlczd, a

neighbor or a citizen.

We are Public Opinion. Get out 1

We don't like your brand cf
dora.

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J. E. IAAKAUuEI
' Prcprktcr.

NOTICE

' The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Marion county will receive bvis
&t their office in the Marion county
court house, September 8th, 1920, for
overseers to work the public roads
and bridges in the several commis commissioners
sioners commissioners districts, in accordance with
Chapter No. 8111, Acts of 1919.
The bgard reserves tbe right to re reject
ject reject any or all bids.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest, P. H. Nugent, Clerk. 8-7 -tf

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- The mothers,"' wives, sisters

daughters of members cf

County Past No. 27 of the American
Legion, are urged to be. present at a
meeting: to be held at the club rooiri
of the business and professional wom women
en women of Ocala, Auc. 14, 8 p. m., for ike

purpose vof organizing a

auxiliary unit. Mary C.

Temporary Chairman.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lod-e No. 22, I. O. O. FM
meets every Tuesday "evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort Kin Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
-isitinjr brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
II. R. LufTman, Secretary.

NOTICE

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Marshal!,

OCALA LODGE NO. 2:

P. O.

'' Ocala Lodge' No. 286, Eenevol-est
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second 'and four Tuesday eve eve-ningrs
ningrs eve-ningrs "'of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lc roc-ma
upstairs o-er Troxler's and the Bccik
Shop, 113 "Main street.
. C. "i I ii c r, E. I
; E. J. Crook, Secretary.

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OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY,' AUGUST 16. 1920

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature, 69 thi3 morning and
88 this afternoon. 1
Mr. T. T. Munroe leaves Syracuse,
N. Y., today, for Asheville. N. C, to
visit his sick nephew, Mr. 'Allen
Walkley.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock and
family, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Trantham
and Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane left
y etserday for Clearwater by auto to
spend the week camping oat.
Mr. Edward Anderson of Savannah,
accompanied by his friend, Mr. Mer Mercer
cer Mercer Lang, arrived in the city yester yesterday
day yesterday for a ten-day visit to Mr. Ander Anderson's
son's Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Sr.
Mrs. Tom B. Barnes ha3 returned
from a; visit to Tampa, and will, re reopen
open reopen the practice of her dancing class.
She will give the regular weekly
dance over the Commercial, Bank to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening. '

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
G. D. Thomas of Dunnellon will deep deeply
ly deeply sympathize with them in the death

of their dear little fifteen-months

old daughter, Annie Lee, brought

here for treatment last week, but who

passed away Friday night. The lit

tie one was buried Saturday at the

former home of her parents, at Irvine

Mr. Roy Fuller of Mobile, who has
been here for a week or more, visiting

hs father, Dr. R. D. Fuller, and wife,

has been joined by his wife and chil

dren,' and they are all having a pleas

ant re-union. Mrs. Roy Fuller came
here several years ago with her hus husband
band husband as a bride, any made a good
many friends before they went to
Alabama, all of vhom are glad to
see her again. The children are

bright little chaps and make new

friends every day.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. .29, O. E. SM
meets at the Masonic hall tha second

and fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. II.
. Mrs Sasaa Cook, Secretary. f
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.
J. Y. Akin, C. C.
-'. Ch&s.'E.' Sage,' K.'Csf'lE. & 3.:M"..

Matter cf Food, In These .Days
-: Statistics,' Mas Become ; Que-.
tion of Calculation.

Once upon a time thl3 problem cf
fod was a very simple matter. Three

times a day, as a rule, the attention

cf man was drawn to a hollow feeling

located due east of the lower end cf

the vertebral column. This vacancy
he proceeded to fill with a slab cf

bread, a chunk- of beef, a pot of rte.

etc, flavored as d : rule with butter,
Jam, garlic, etc., according to race, r r-llaion,
llaion, r-llaion, climate, age, etc. This settled
the problem till .the next call from
the far East. 1
It pains us to say that this was liv living
ing living to eat and not eating to live. It
showed no adjustment of means to
Kid. It was a system of food that
made no distinction between a Icog Icog-clioreman
clioreman Icog-clioreman and a free-verse poet. It
was internal anarchy.
Ilapplly the truth has been realized,
The consumption of food Is no longer
destructive but constructive!. Man no
longer eats corned beef and cabbage,
but the vltamines In the beef and the
pclyzeugmatics In the cabbage. When
he picks up the bill of fare he no long longer
er longer says, "What will most speedily and
cheaply allay the unrest la my far
East!" but he says, "Where can I find
the 12,500 carbonuxa tea that will give
me the right outlook on the League of
Nations r And he finds It In unpolish unpolished
ed unpolished rice. Or he says to himself,; T am
cow at work on the fourth act cf my
poetic drama ; to make It convincing
1 -19 Belasco I must ... absorb 3,200 ; ptr ptr-xnafanazoids
xnafanazoids ptr-xnafanazoids daily for the next; SO
days." So he shaves the kernels o2
'...tht-cbra'"- and eats' the cob. Perhapi
with coconut butter, for the added col colloidal
loidal colloidal saxophonlams. r x
..This very midnight In our great dty
a couple of array corps 'of teething In Infants
fants Infants will be lulled to rest with 23.175
jxeumodactylines warmed up In ft bet
' CI.- New York Evening Post. V::'r:':.y:

HAD IT ALL PLANNED OUT

Colored Soldier Knew Exactly what
Hs Was Going to Do With AH

V Those Black Clothes, r
Here Is a story of two negro sol solders,
ders, solders, who were talking just after the
signing of the armistice :
" 'Rastus, said one, what you gwlna
to do when you-all gets home?
What am I gwlne do? Wal, In
the fust place, nigger, IV gwlne buy
E9 a white suit o' clo'es, "n, white
ioes, n a white shirt, collar 'n tie,
'n a white hat.' Is gwine be white all
ever, nigger, an den Ta give up you
nigger folks 'n alius do my 'soclatlng
wid white folks.'
"Tie boy paused. then asked :
What you-all gwine doJake? WaV
tays Jake, Ts gwine buy me a black"
ezit, n black shoes, 'n a black shirt,
in a black tie, n a black hat. Fs
gwias black all over. Den. whga

uar cone, x-s gwxne Duy me a big
piece of black crape and fasten It
round my-black hat.
" 'Man,' says Rastus, 'what you-all
mean by all dem black, clo'es and by
dat black crape? What for you gwlne
wear dat black crape?' ;
'Nigger says Jake, Ts gwine wear
dat black crepe to your funeral.'"
Wendell D. Howie in the Boston
Transcript.

'. A Leech.
A man on the South side advertised
his car for sale. Early the next morn morning
ing morning a man who lived across the street
came over and said; "Pardon me, but
by last night's paper you adver advertised
tised advertised your car for sale."
"Quite true," said the man who ad advertised
vertised advertised the car, "but surely you are
not In the market for It."
"No," was the reply, "but I only
live across the street and I also want
to sell my car. And there would be
no need of me spending my money for
an advertisement if after the people
were through looking at your car you
could just send them across the street
to look at my car."-IndianapolIs
News.

old came up to the man cnT&e J5b
and said: "Please may I have two
balloons?"
The man replied: "Sorry, my little
lad, but only one balloon to a bey.
Have you any brothers at homel"
After a minute of deep thinking the
lad gave this answer: "No, I have bo
brothers, but I have a sister who has
a brother." Indianapolis New.

The Scrap.
Representative Frear Interrupted the
reading of a report to say :t
1 "Official language Is always rather
ludicrous. Once two scrubwomen in
government employ had an argument,
as a result of which the weaker vessel
was laid up for some days.
"An official Inquiry was duly held,
and the victorious scrubwoman re received
ceived received a letter which said, among oth other
er other things :
" 'Is it true, as reported, that said
Mrs. Hagan received certain ocular and
nasal contusions at your hands?"
"The scrubwoman In official language
wrote back:
" T regret to say that the answer la
la the Infirmary.

Law and th Profit.
"How did you come to be a prof profiteer?"
iteer?" profiteer?" "It was all because of the law of
supply and demand," whimpered the
culprit. "I was trying to get a suf3 suf3-dent
dent suf3-dent supply of money to meet tie
demand for it."

3 r

POINTED PARAGRAPHS

X finds Its way back. it

I Gossip Is a deadly gas that

p is often fatal to friendship.

ii A woman who has no dla- $;

il The dog who sreaks with Its h

i tail Is something of a wag.

k
i When It comes to selecting a
t wife some men ar easily
d pleased.
II Death t3 frequently the re-
$ suit of a man's effort to make
a living.

it Several people have bumped X

il up agakist disgrace while try- f?

il Ing to dodge poverty. i

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'It. A. MASONS

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. 1
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jackson ville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:33 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 prn

Tampa

2:15 am

Manatee-

4:C5 pm
2:15 am

At a BoyI
At the speedway races a tire com company
pany company gave away toy ballons as ad-Ii?rtlsemr-ts.
. AJad.j&bctat.four-Vars

A man is rich according to what
.be is, not according to what he has.
The promising young man may be
all right, but a paying one Is better.
It's a low down trick when another
fellow beats you at your own game.

St. Petersburg

2:15 am Tampa

1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee il:35pxa
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jackson ville-N 'York 2 :48 am
1 :45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 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 ; Ilomosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, P. & A.
M., meets 'on the first and third
Thursday evenings, of each month at
7:20 o'clock until further notice
Jake Brown, Secretary.
'"" :.V A. L. Lucas, W. 11.
Get the habit of reading the ads.

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V ANTED, LOST. FOUND, FCi
SALE. FOU. KENT AND SIM-
ILAR IOCAL NEEDS
RATESSix; line," 'maximum, osa
time, 25c; three times, 10c; six tixaes
75c.; one month. ?3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance.

i FOR SALE rianing mill, re-milliag
) plant. Central Florida. Dry Icila,

nign scnooi vvooas matcner, xier xier-shon
shon xier-shon sixty-inch band resaw, timber
sizer, live rolls, stock sheds, powe'
steam and electric motors. The c.!
lumber business in town of C:CJ
people. Plenty of timber .being cut
but one hunc'lred and fifty sawmills
nearby. Rare opportunty. Address,
"Owner," care Ocala Star. 23-tf

GOOD TASTE IN A MONUMENT
is as much as requisite as artistic de design
sign design and execution. It is found in
every memorial tsone we erect.
Whether the stone chosen be of the
simplest, or the most ornate descrip description
tion description it wil lalways be within the
bcunds of good taste if ordered here.
Book of designs shown any time any anywhere.
where. anywhere. i ' ;
CCaA.fJAffl!Il7C?iIS

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fi if i tL-rrS is, rJ 5 jfV3 yX I ny'

WHEN I was a Idd.
::
I USED to believe.
''
THE JUDGE next door.
WOULD PUT. mo In Jail. r
FGR PLAYING hookey.
OR SW1FVINQ apples.
'
AND I really behaved.
WHEN HE around. ;
AND EVZN today.
''.-
I'M A little scared.
CF THR Btern old boy,
. .
CO IN his office. .
T:E OTl-JR day.
1 HAD to wait.
AND WANTED to smoke.
AND I was afraid.
THE JUDGE v.or.ia gst sore.
4.
2 LIT I took tha chiiico.
AND LIT a cigca-etfo.
AND THE J:dsa came In.
. ...
AND LOOKED at mo.
AS THOUGH IM beca caught.
BURGLING H13 saia.
AND HE carao up.
WITH A eolema frown.
AND SAID, "Young man.
NO SMOKING here.
UNLESS THE old bey.
,-.
-IS SMOKING too."
AND DARNED If he didn't.
SMILE AND say.
"GIVE ME one of those.
'
SATISFY CIGARETTES."

ill

Jtoinr" iri i Inn r nTmrS'

A GOOD judge of cigarettes wiU ni
- evidence of expert cara and skill la
Chesterfield's exclusive Turkish-Domestis
blend. Not only are the tcbaccos cf es especially
pecially especially choice selection, Lut, in bleniln
them, cur experts have obtained a new
smoothness of flavor that taily dwutlea
the pleasure of crooking.

r3 rrj A TP fD

HADSOCKS TOOD YARD Phone
your orders to'Smoak's Shop. Phone
?148.v -. .2-n.

FOE SALE Ten head of mules. Will
exchange for cattle, goats or sheep.
J. M. Meffert. Ocala, Fla. 4-tf

LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at Woo J J-,
, J-, mar, Eastls.ke; running water,
bathroom, toiJet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow. Box 81. Ocala, Fla. 9-tf

FOR SALE Five piece parlor suite,"
combination bookcase and desk,
library table,, willow baby carriage
and crib. Phone 332. 10-Ct
FOR 1 RENT Housekeeping rccr.13.
Phone 389 or address 74G Wyomba
street, Ocala, Fla. 20-t

FOR SALE Two-cylinder marine
engine, cheap for cash. Gray, 715
East .'Fifth St., or Ocala Motor
Company. 13-t

FOR SALE Body with cab top; fits
a Ford j neaily new. First cash cf cf-r'er
r'er cf-r'er takes it; it's a bargain. Grey,
715 East Fifth St., Ocala. 13-2t

WILL ERECT HOUSE To sell or
lease or will convert our upstairs
into flat with two-year lease. 'zx
Fishel. ; 14-12t
LOST Femai pointer dog. color
light brown with white on face pnd
feet; leather collar around nock.
Will answer. to name of Ruby. No No-.
. No-. tify E. B. Turner, 408 South Pond
St. : : iz-zi

FOR RENT -One light housekpir-

apartment, all modern convenleti-

1 e ?f

ces. Appiy to Oklawaha Inn, 233

Oklawaha avenue.

FOR SALE About SCO feet 3-foct
poultry fencing, a bargain. Inquire
of L. II. Piillans, or Hiss Nellie
Stevens. lG-tf

WANTED : ; I'O RENT Furnished

house or. apartment.; Must be nice
and desirable location. Addms
Bx 259, Ocala. 16-6t
LOST DOG $10 reward for return
to T. EBriflges. Small setter bitch,
brown and white, half tsil vrUte;
name Sue; about three years u!J.
T. E. Bridges. ,16-tf

FOR SALE A good mare, weighs
1CD pounds; about nine. years old;
sound, gentle and a good worker.
B. II. Seymour. lG-Ct

.RiEjimDm.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
33UILDEH
. Careful estimates made cn all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and btiUv
work for the' money than any ctbs.'
contractor in the city.

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Phone 44S. 723 Wcsoas Ct.

9

voodiii:n of the would

Fort Iling Camp No. 14 -'"metis tt
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Viaitic sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are idways welcome.
J. C Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. S&ge, Clerk.

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