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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. 1920.
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Sale of Hogs at the Hiawatha Lake
Stock Farm was an Unquali Unqualified
fied Unqualified Success

Wednesday's sale of Poland China
hog3 at the Hiawatha Lake Stock
Farms was a great eye-opener to
many of the strangers who attended
as well as to ourhome people. And
to our own people, of whom about
400 were present, the farm and its
equipment was a great surprise, as
many of them had never before had
occasion to visit the place, though
located only three miles from town.
On arrival at the farm everybody
was invited to partake of an exceU
lent lunch, and the invitation was
very generally accepted.
At the opening hour of the sale the
terms were announced by the auc auctioneer,
tioneer, auctioneer, Colonel Cpttinghum of Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, and, as soon as the stock was
driven up lively bidding began. Tn
his introductory remarks the ; auc auctioneer
tioneer auctioneer said that Florida was sure to
become one of the leading hog raising
states of the Union on account of the
climatic conditions and the ease with
which feed can be raised.
As will be, seen by the following
list of purchasers the fame of Florida
raised brood stock has reached to far
distant states, and it will be only a
few years until we will be the recog recognized
nized recognized headquarters;) for' ; breeders.
Some of these purchasers bought sev several
eral several head of Blood's high bred stock
for their herds:
, B. F. Shuler, Holly Hill, S. C.
J. A. Chetham, Louisville, Ga.
Harper & Wallace, Bertrand, Mo.
F. W. DarcoUe, Washington, Ga.
John Young', Cochran, Ga.
"Beacham Stock Farms, Alachua.
J. D. Herlong, Micanopy.
Tom Wooten, Tignall, Ga.
Sam Clark, Louisville', Ga.
M. C. Herndon, Bristol, Fla.
J. S. Jones, Adel,'Ga.
M. Reif, Martin. t
L. E. Hpbson.' Darlington, S. C.
A. B. Zetrouer, Rochelle;
Suwanee Farms, Live Cak.
E. W. Rush, Mcintosh.
II. E. Montgomery, Kintree, S. C.
While the average price paid for
this lot of hogs was only $160, this is
considered good by experienced
breeders, as it was the initial sale of
the Hiawatha farm, and it7 only re remains
mains remains for the stock to make-good to
place this Blood breed of Poland
Chinas at the top of the list.
The breeders from other states who
attended the sale,' left this morning
for the Beacham Stock Farms, at
Alachua, where the third sale of the
series will take place today.
The fourth sale will be held at the
Suwanee Stock Farms, Live Oak, on
the 20thi
The stock raisers from other states
who weer present at the sale express
surprise that every farmer in Mar Marion
ion Marion county does not go extensively
into the raising of thoroughbred
hogs, as they admit that everything
here is more favorable to the indus industry
try industry than in many others sections, of
the country. :':r '".;"
From the large attendance of local
farmers at the gale it is plain to be
seen that they are waking up to the
opportunities offered for stock rais raising
ing raising in Marion county, and we predict
that at no distant day : our county
will be the center of the industry in
the southwestern states. ) A :
"Got any nice" gMgham dresses
for girls V I'l say we have. And a
nice asortment. FISHEL'S. l8-3t
VILLA EXACTED TRIBUTE
FROM THE PROFITEERS
San Antonio, Tex., Aug, 18. -The
whimsical caprices of Francisco
Villa which' have ranged from prac practical
tical practical jokes to violent outbursts, had
an odd climax at the little town of
Sabinas, Coahuila, ,. when Villa con concluded
cluded concluded the terms' of surrender to the
De la Huerta provisional government
of Mexico. ,f. : ""-.v'V--', :
, After closing the Sabinas brewery
and all saloons, Villa dispatched four
"auditors" to audit the books of all
the larger mercantile establishments
of the town and report to him the
names of those men whose books
showed the most profit made during
the past 12 months. This being ac accomplished
complished accomplished he requisitioned on these
stores for shoes, hats, breeeches, un underwear,
derwear, underwear, socks, shirts, forage, hoTse hoTse-shoes,
shoes, hoTse-shoes, leather, pack, mules and horses.
Later Villa told General Martinez
with whom he concluded, terms- for
surrender that he did "not expect the
provisional government to pay for
hese goods as "the people he bad
taken clothing and provisions from
were able to olse it on account of the
large profits made ; during the past
year." All of the materials seized
were issued immediately to Villa's
command. "'
Wesson's Cooking Oil 68 cents a
Quart; pints, 113 cents. Whittington's.
Phone 377. 19-3t

It is Responsible for Delay in Eco Economical
nomical Economical Progress, but Tide of
Moral Thought is Flowing
Against It

( Associated Press)
South Bend, Ind., Aug. 19. Gov.
Cox, addressing a public gathering
here today, said that national and in international
ternational international financial and economic ad adjustment
justment adjustment as well as the high cost of
living are bound up in the success of
the League of Nations. He charged
the republican Senate oligarchy with
responsibility for delay in economic
progress and belated reduction of liv living
ing living costs. Gov. Cox said the tide of
moral thought is flowing against the
republicans and reiterated his charge
of reaction against the republican
leaders.
HARDING ENTERTAINS THE
LEGISLATURE
Marion, Aug. 19. Senator Hard Harding
ing Harding was at home today to the mem members
bers members and former members -of th4
Ohio legislature. Party government
is expected to be the topic of his ad address
dress address and it is understood he would
reply to democratic criticisms and
Gov. Cox's charges of a republican
Senate oligarchy. It is understood
also that the "one man government"
will be attacked.
SENATOR JOHNSON WILL SPOUT
San Francisco, .Aug. 19.--Senator
Hiram Johnson will make a speaking
tour through the eastern states for
Senator Harding, the wetsern repub
lican headquarters announced today.
OAK VALE
Oak Vale, Aug. 17. Mr and Mrs.
Mims Mattair, Messrs. C S. Mims,
W. J. Fielding and O. P. Britt were in
Ocala Saturday, shopping and to gee
Supt. W. D. Carn about securing a
teacher for the Ebenezer school.
Miss Ruby Merritt of St. Catherine
and Miss Bessie Beach and sister of
Webster who remained in Gainesville
after the normal closed to take the
examination, came down Thursday
afternoon and joined Miss Hattie
Akin at Mr. Clancy's and on Friday
they left for home, via Ocala, Miss
Hattie driving her car. They erached
home about 3 p. m.
: Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Howell of
Gainesville returned home Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon after spending a week: with
relatives here.
Last Wednesday Mrs. C. W. Boyer
and daughter, Anna May, Mrs. Sallie
Reddick, Mrs. Wilton Howell of
Gainesville, Miss Lonnie Clancy and
Miss Hattie Akin of St. Catherine,
went to Morriston and visited the
Lawtori Priest family. Miss Akin tak taking
ing taking them in her car.
Mr. Patrick Anderson of Fort My Myers,
ers, Myers, who has. been visitng his home
folks for several days, returned Tues Tuesday;
day; Tuesday; ;v pj;-
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Anderson re returned
turned returned Friday from Oldtown, where
they had been visting relatives.
.Mr. R. M.: Smith and sons, Waldo
and Charlie of Archer, were here
Monday marking-and branding cat cattle.
tle. cattle. Miss Lou Eva Anderson and ss ss-ter,
ter, ss-ter, Leola went Saturday morning to
see their brother. Dr. E. B. Ander Anderson
son Anderson and wife of High Springs re returning
turning returning Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Cooper of Trenton returned
home Sunday afternoon after, spend spending
ing spending two weeks with her daughter,
Mrs A. M. Anderson. .
Our school, Ebenezer, is without a
teacher. We have daily ; mail, tele telephone
phone telephone service, new school' house and
will pay good salary. See the super superintendent
intendent superintendent at once.
MEXICANS LABORERS
WANTED AT HOME
Mexico City, Aug. 2.- Government Governmental
al Governmental efforts to stay the emigration of
Mexican, workers into the United
States and to induce those already
there to return to their native land
have taken form in the official sup support
port support given a s corporation recently
formed to develop 500,000 acres of
land in the Fuerte valley of, Sinaloa.
The company, in addition to a fed federal
eral federal concession, has been granted a
subsidy of $2,500,000 by the state
government of Sinaloa and large
tracts of land in that state. It plans
to construct several reservoirs at
Choix and a dam at San Bias, with
canals on each side of the Fuerte
river to be used for irrigation pur purposes.
poses. purposes. With land available for irri
gation it is hoped to keep Mexican
laborers in Mexico and secure the re return"
turn" return" of thousands who have emi emigrated
grated emigrated to the United States,
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. II.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

It's About Time Their Country was
Trying to Assist French to
nelp Them Out

(Associated Press) ;. -Constantinople,
Aug. 19. Shower Showered
ed Showered nightly with Turkish bullets and
facing famine,- eighteen American re relief
lief relief workers in the Near East have
been besieged at Adana Asia Minor,
since June 20th. French troops twice
fought their way putwards. but were
driven back with heavy losses.
LEGIONAIRES
We are to have a formal public
opening of our club rooms in the
armory Wednesday night, Sept. 1st.
There is still much work to be done
in order to have the club rooms ready.
Members of the post have been work working
ing working every night. If you have' not
been among those working, be on
hand tonight. There will be work to
do every night between now and the
opening night. The committee in
charge of getting the rooms ready
needs your assistance. If you can
not be on deck tonight, let the com committee
mittee committee or the post adjutant know
what night you will be on hand. Let's
go. M. C. Izlar,
Post Commander.
CASH AND CARRY
People .who want to SAVE MONEY
are dealing at the U S E R V E
GROCER Y, "Cash and Carry."
Ocala House block. 18-3t
MARKERS TO BE PLACED
ON LINCOLN HIGHWAY
(Associated Press) t
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 19. Before
next winter comes enameled steel
markers will have been placed at eve every
ry every confusing turn and crossroads on
the Lincoln Highway from New York
to San Francisco, making, what is
said to be the longest highway in the
world with such guide marks, accord according
ing according to announcement from headquar headquarters
ters headquarters of the Lincoln Highway Associa Association
tion Association here. The road from Omaha to
San Francisco already has such
markers and work of marking the
highway from New York to Omaha
now is in progress.
The Lincoln Highway is 3223 rades
long. It passes through Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Canton, 0., Fort
Waayne and South Bend,' Ind., Cliton,
la., Omaha, Salt Lake City, and Car Carson
son Carson City, Nev., among other points.
The highway never has been perma permanently
nently permanently marked between 'New York
and Omaha.
NOTICE, BELLEVIEWITES
The : annual cleaning day of the
Belleview Cemetery Improvement
Association t will be held Thursday,
Aug. 2Gth. Every one interested in
the work is urged to come out, the
men to work the cemetery, the ladies
to furnish basket dinner to be served
in the town hall.
Advertise In the Star.
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Gallant Poles by Superhuman Efforts
JPriving Invaders from
Warsaw's Gates

r (Associated Press)
London, Aug. 19. -Fierce fighting
is continuing in the region of War Warsaw
saw Warsaw and Novo Georgievsk. fortress
19 miles northwest of Warsaw, Wed Wednesday's
nesday's Wednesday's Moscow statement says.
POLES TOOK LUKOW
Paris, Aug. 19. Lukow, forty-one
miles southeast of Warsaw, has been
captured by the Poles, says the War Warsaw
saw Warsaw correspondent of Excelsior. He
fays the bolshevik right wing is in a
bad situation. v
GREAT BRAVERY OF THE POLES
v Paris, Aug. 19-The Polish counter
attack was exceedingly daring, the
Excelsior's Warsaw correspondent
says, and consisted of concentrating
heavy columns and delivering a sur surprise
prise surprise attack against the bolshevik
flank. The ; correspondent asserts
very, important consequences are ex ex-pected..
pected.. ex-pected.. . y - ; ;
SUCCESSFUL EXCEPT IN THE
;: -;v: SOUTn ;'.
; Warsaw, "H Aug. 19. Polish suc successes
cesses successes except on the southern sector
are reported officially.; The bolshevists
are advancing on the Lemberg sec sector,
tor, sector, oh wever. Russian prisoners are
pouring in in such- numbers it is be becoming
coming becoming a problem to care for them.
AGAIN IS BREST-LTTOVSK EVAC EVAC-.
. EVAC-. UATED
Warsaw, Aug. 19. The Russians
have, evacuated Brest-Litovsk, 120
miles east of Warsaw, according to
advices here. :
PROCEEDS OF. THEIR LABOR
! SHOULD GO TO FAMILIES
I
Associated Press)
f Columbus, O., Aug. 19. Warden P.
E. Thomas, of the state penitentiary
jhere is strongly in favor of a law
providing that families of criminals
receive the proceeds of the prisoner's
labors: while a ward of the state.
"The state of Ohio has no right," he
says, "to punish the families of crim criminals
inals criminals by depriving them of support of
the family head."
The state, he says, should put eve every
ry every prisoner to work. He says the state
should have five brick plants, instead
of one to ken the vast number of
prisoners confined in the penitentiary
employed. f
"Work, religion and education
bring about growth in prisoners," he
says. "Idleness is a curse. Ignor Ignorance
ance Ignorance is a curse. Folks like to talk
about the college graduates in the
penitentiary, btu they are the excep exception;
tion; exception; ignorance is the rule."
HAS ENOUGH TO KEEP
HIM BUSY AT HOME
London, Aug. 19. It was officially
announced today that Premier Lloyd
George does not contemplate a trip
to the United States.
Girl wanted at once at the music
store. N. U. Kindt. 17-tf
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Big Meeting at Nashville to Prepare
for Possible Suffrage Force
Billa

(Associated Press)
. Nashville, Aug. 19. The announce announcement
ment announcement that suffrage opponents would
hold a mass meeting tonight to dis discuss
cuss discuss steps to save the South from
"federal suffrage force bills," is taken
to indicate that Speaker Walker
would not attempt today to force re
consideration of the lower house of
the Tennessee legislature in ratifying
the amendment. Senator Underwood
of Alabama and former Gov. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant of Louisiana, were invited to ad address
dress address the meeting.
JUDGE 3 THINKS THERE MAY
HAVE BEEN BRIBERY
Judge DeBrow today charged the
grand jury, on the subject of lobbying
and efforts to improperly corrupt the
lawmaking power with ; special refer reference
ence reference to the suffrage fight.
THAT SOLID OLD NORTH STATE
Raleigh, Aug. 1 9. The North Car Car-olina
olina Car-olina house defeated suffrage today,
71 to 51.
A DEADLY EXPLOSION
(Associated Press)
; Muskegon, Mich.; Aug. 19.- Four
deaths among the injured in the ex explosion
plosion explosion in the Brunswick, Balke Col Col-lender
lender Col-lender plant today brought the num number
ber number of dead to seven. Three others
are said to be dying.
G. ADOLPH KUNZE
The many friends he made in
Ocala when he lived here a score of
years ago will deplore the death of
Mr. Gustav Adolph Kunze, who pass passed
ed passed away at his home in Miami Sunday
and was buried Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Kunze was 57 years old and
leaves a wife and three daughters. He
was highly esteemed in ; Miami, as
wen as in ucaia. nis oromers,
Messrs. V. E. and F. V Kunze, re
turned this morning from Miami,
where they went to attend the fun funeral.
eral. funeral. -
SHY ON THE BAND FUND
The committee in charge of the
band fund asks the Star to remind
the subscribers bf the fact that he
who gives quickly gives twice. The
committee is shy on funds, and the
subscribers should ante up,
COTTON PRODUCTION
CURTAILED IN JAPAN
Tokio, July 26. Japanese cotton
spinners have decided to cutrail pro
duction by 31 per cent to help the
coton yarn market. After .t this ac
tion the market became firmer.
Miss Elizabeth Hocker, leaves Mon Monday
day Monday for Louisville, Ky., to join Mrs
E. H. Mote in a visit to relatives un until
til until Sept. 22. From there she will go
to Randolph Macon College, near
Lynchburg, Va., where she will be
a student for the next four years.
Mr. M. L. Reynolds and family are
home from a pleasant visit to Hen
dersonville, N. C.
Mr. H. H. Henderson, wife and lit
tle' boy, have returned from a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant two-weeks' vacation in North and
South Carolina.
County Judge Smith has issued a
marriage license to Mr. Vernon Van
Liggett and Miss EfSe R. Dellia Mae
Strickland. These young folks have
been living at Oak but will make
their home at Bartow.
Genial and good-looking Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent Burns of the Seaboard was in
town yesterday, making friends of all
he met. We think he rubbed his
rabbit's foot on the city council, but
to what extent we haven't learned
Fet. .
Mr. Milligan and daughters, Misse3
Lily and Hattie Milligan of Anthony,
spent yesterday in the city shopping.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGX5
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
11., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until farther notice notice-Jake
Jake notice-Jake Brown, Secretary
A. Lv Lucas, W. M.
OCALA LODGE NO. 233. B. P. O. 2L

Ocala Lodge No. 225, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, raects
the second end four Tuesday ere ere-nings
nings ere-nings of each month. Visitirg. breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lode room
upstairs over Troxler's and' the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
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: E." J. Creek, B&ssttaaj.-'

Georgia's Apostle of Disorder Had ta
Pet Up -$500 to Get Out
of Jail

(Associated Press)
Buford, Ga., Aug. 19. Thoma3 E.
Watson, senatorial candidate, wa3 re released
leased released this morning under $500 bond
after spending the right in jail,
charged with public indecency. The
sheriff said Watson appeaerd in the
hotel hallway and threw a book at
traveling men who he charged were
paid by his political opponents to dis disturb
turb disturb his rest. Watson issued a state statement
ment statement saying he tossed a book at the
card players to attract their atten attention.
tion. attention. He said that he was acting on
a physician's orders and had been
taking small amounts of simultants
after extraordinary exertions End
that accounted for the small flask in
his room.
THREE BANKS THAT HOLD
MUCH OF UNCL1E SAM'S COIN
Philadelphia, Aug. 18. The com combined
bined combined "Lisle Thread National Bank,"
"The Old Sox Bank" dnd the "Feather
Bed Mattress Bank" now hold more
than $3,000,000,000 of the country's
cash. .-"'.-;:
This is the estimate of William II.
Hutt, acting governor of the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank, made
of the loose cash beinjf carried around
in pockets and stowed away in var
ious places. He was addressing an
organization of business men.
Even a small proportion of this
three billions invested in Liberty
bonds would bring thcim back to par.
he pointed out, or if the money was
deposited in savings banks .it would
inject new life into industry.
LET HIM TRY IT
Shubenacadi, N. S., Aug. 19. Wil
liam f Barbrick, a fanner, announced
today that he had constructed a bar barrel
rel barrel with a secret contained for a
plunge over Niaga Falls and would
apply nest week for permission to
try the hazardous feat.
FOUR YEARS FOR
,THE YOUNGER BEKGDOLL
If His Brother is Ever Recaptured,
, He Will Go Up for Life
(A&aoclated iTess)
New York, Aug. 19. Erwin Berg-
doll, found guilty of v desertion from
the army and evading the draft, was
sentenced to four years! hard labor at
Fort Leavenworth, according to an
announcement .from Governor's Isl
and.
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, Aug. Ill The rainy5
weather still continues but the show showers
ers showers help to cool off the atmosphere
and make the nights cool and pleas pleasant.;
ant.; pleasant.; ; (,
Miss Leola Smith left last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Jacksonville, where fche will
visit her brothers, Messrs. L. D. and
she will leave for Lexington, S. C
to spend the remainder of the sum summer
mer summer with her sister,' Mrs.- Morgan
Bcdie.;
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Smith and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Bradley and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, "Lucile accompanied Miss Leola
Smith to Evinston.
. Mrs. C. R. Curry returned home
last Thursday after several days
spent in Gainesville. Mr. C. R. Curry
and daughter. Miss Thslma met her
at Micanopy.
The quarterly conference "of the
Gainesville district was held at the
Methodist church here Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Rev. Roberts of Gainesville
delivered an excellent sermon after
which the business meeting was held.
Rev. Guy and Messrs. : White, Gist
and Smith attended the! services.
..Mrs. X. M. Smith, Mr. 'and Mrs
Lute Howell, Mrs. Curtice Robins sad
little Thelma Eloise Hardee have all
been on the sick list the last few
days, but we are glad to report they
are improving.
Mrs. Elvin Bruton left last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday for Jacksonville, going to be
with her sister, Mrs. Frank McDavid,
while she had her tonsil:! removed et
St. Lake's hospital.
Mrs. Allen Wiggingtou of Miami,
who has been visiting Mrs. J. O. Ty
son, left for Gainesville last Monday
for a visit with relatives,
Miss Janielie Tyson was a week weekend
end weekend guets of Miss Eva Ramsey at the
University City last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tyson and son,
John, were guests to supper of Mr.
W. M. Tarlay of Gainesrille Sunday
night.
; Mrs. J. M. Smith and sen, Pen ret,
and Mr. Ira Beck left lasi; Sunday for
Plant City, where they will visit Mrs.
W. T. Howell for the ne:ct few days.
Eight-pound bucket Cottclene 12 iX
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THE BEGINNING

Fellow citizennesses of America,
we salute you.
You have the ballot, i t

1 What ar you going to do with it?

Vv e will tell you.
You are going ta do pretty. much
like the men do; only les3 so.
. For a while you are going to make a

lot of trouble thru uncertainty, for
nobody, including yourselves, knows

what you are going to do. After a

while you will learn most of the outs
and ins of the political game -and

play it? after a fashion after a man's
fashion, but not so well as a man. In

what i3 beautiful and merciful, wom

an is inexpressibly above man. In

. what calls for strength and skill of

. mind and bram woman will never be
equal to man. She isn't built that

way.

If you will look back to where the

first uncertain pages of ; history

emerge from the dim past, and f ol

low them to the boldly printed tomes

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oi icaay, you wiu una inai oi uie e e-women
women e-women whose names stand out in the

" biggest type, from Semiramis to

.. Emma Goldman, the genius of nearly

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distinguished women of history, em empresses,
presses, empresses, queens,' the mistresses of
great men, belonged with few excep exceptions
tions exceptions to the scheme of things which
made divine right its : ; tenet with
which to hold together nations a
tenet that the events of theypast six
years have well-nigh torn from the

book. In the history of republics,

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great part. It is as the womanhood

of the entire nation that they have

done their share in making and sav-
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Wyoming, in 1889, was the pioneer
i state to give its women the vote.
Since then, several states and many
cities have bestowed the ballot upon

their women and

They haven't been any better gov governed
erned governed than the other states.
No woman has ever, yet been a
governor of a state; not one has sat
in the Senate; one has been a mem member
ber member of Congress from a northwetsem
state, but was defeated by a man at
the end of her first term, and the state
the was elected from has been one of
the most disorderly and disloyal in
the Union.
The extreme northwestern states
and Colorado have been strong for
suffrage for years. The northwestern
states have been hotbeds of ; murder
and riot and a few years -'. ago the
government had to take charge of
Colorado and hold it in its place until
law and order were able to reassert

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The-women have gained the ballat

at this time, not by the consent of
the men, nor, 'so far as anybody
knows, by their own consent. Had
the nineteenth amendment' been sub submitted
mitted submitted to the popular vote; including
the vote of the women,' it would have

been voted down. The Women have

received the vote- from politicians
who hope to make use of them. Hard

ing advised legislatures to give them

-the vote because he wanted it for the
li?c! it ;;aj i x.

wanted it for his party. Of the two,

Cox showed the least; sense. Woman

suffrage will not add to the strength
of the democratic party; it will add
to the strength of the republican.
And the women know it. They have

receiyed the vote from a democratic

state, but they owe the democratic

party no gratitude; it was simply try

ing to outbid the republican, and
there is no virtue in carrying out a

corrupt bargain.

Injworking for the ballot the wom women
en women have not shown the kindness ar.d
moderation to have been' expected

from their sex. Some have had the

grace to coax men into voting their

way, but nagging has been largely I

their weapon. They have put jjood
men in the same class with bad. and
abused both with a vigor and perti pertinacity
nacity pertinacity that men couldn't j emulate if
they- would. '-,-'', --v
It' is only fair to say that these
faults cannot be laid at the feet of

suffragets, have not descended to any

undignified methods. But the South
doesn't decide how the nation votes.

The Star, from its beginning, was

in favor of giving the women the
vote, f, And the writer, years before

he Star was founded, f a7ored their

having the vote. But we expected

them to receive it in the regular way,

conferred on them, by their states.

We have opposed this Anthony

amendment for reasons that any
Southern man who can remember the

events of the last forty years, and Is

well acquainted with the men who

ived thru the events of the forty

years before, can understand,

And one thing to be said for such

men is that they have shielded their
women so well that they didn't know
what they were doing when they sup supported
ported supported the Anthony amendment.

-What's donecan't be undone, and

we must make the, best of it.

The main thing for every good man

to do is to do his best to induce every
good woman to vote.

They must he urged and assisted to

qualify, everything mu$ be done to

insure their presence at the polls,

and Tnake things pleasant for them
at the .polls. ; "' 0 :

The main trouble with woman suf

frage has been that in those states

and cities where the majority of the
very women who could be depended
on to vote for good candidates and

good measures, have stayed at home
on election days, and their menfolks

have encouraged them in this atti

tude. It is now, not only the duty of

the .good citizen to vote but to see

that if his women folks don t vote it

will be ho fault of his.-

ANOTHER OUTRAGE

The secretary of the board of par

dons wires the Star that no applica application
tion application for the pardon of Clarence Lahg-

ford has been received at the board's
special session.

JThat's Clarence s hard luck.
If his petition had been received,
it's a safe bet it would have been

granted.'

The pardoning board issued condi conditional
tional conditional pardons to Floyd Braswell and
Irwin Lowman, sent up for life from
Hernando county for the cruel mur

der of a defenseless man.

Clarence Langford's mother may
very well go before the- board at its
next meeting and claim that if the
slayers of old man Harrell may be
set loose, there is no excuse for keep keeping
ing keeping her son shut up. Bad as he is, he
13 not so bad as they.
And Mendenhall, cremator of wom

en, is he not too preening his wings

to take: his flight?

And J. E. Crane of Tampa, thief
of funds entrusted to his care, and a

hundred ; times worse morally than
many a poor nigger working on the

roads his sentence is cut in half.
The pardoning board will be ini

proved, thank the lord, in less than
five months, by a change in the offices

of governor and attorney general

Between ijow and that time the fre
criminal population of the state, we

fear, will be mueh increased.

All boys going on camping trip

with the scouts please let Mr. Hooper

know by Friday evening.

home by Misses Thelma and Bessie
and Master Jim Redding, who will
spend a few days here with relatives
and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest "Blair of
Gaines City are guests of Mr. ad
Mrs. S. L. Redding this week. Little
Irma Blair was carried to Ocala Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for a physician to prescribe ior
her and we hope she will soon be en entirely
tirely entirely well.
Mrs. I L. Home and children ex ex-petc
petc ex-petc to leave this week for an extend extended
ed extended visit in Georgia and North Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Mrs. J. I. Smith is visiting in New
Smyrna and other places this week.
Messrs. R. C. Bailey and F. G. Buhl
went to Micanopy to the Herlong hog
sale Tuesday.
Mr. H. W. Douglas went to Inver Inverness
ness Inverness : Thursday on business and re returned
turned returned Saturday.
Miss Hurt of Oxford is the guest
ot.-v Miss Mildred McLendon on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue.
Mrs. William King and little son
of Tampa are visiting their uncle and
aunt, 'Mr.', and Mrs. Will Woods.
Mr. B. J. Woods of Weirsdale came
up Monday for a few days visit to his
family here.

A box supper will be given at. the

Shady school i house Thursday eve

ning, Aug. 19th. You are promised

a good time if you come, so come and

bring a friend or two and a box or

boxes.- Mr. Leslie Horne will be mas

ter of ceremonies .and we predict

some fun in the auctioneering of the
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The services were all largely at

tended at the church Sunday. In the

forenoon Rev. Martin preached and

after the services a. pleasant social

hour was enjoyed while dinner wsa

being partaken of. At the afternoon

service. Rev. Hines of Ocala preached

the ordination sermon of Mr.VJones

and at the close of the sermon M

Jone swas ordained deacon. This is

he first occasion we, have had of

hearing Rev. Hines and it is the gen

eral wish of all who heard him that

he will again favor us by preaching

here before he leaves Ocala. Rev,

Martin "preached in the evening and

thus a full day of services was com

pleted. ;

Some of the visitors noted 4 at

church, Sunday were Mrl and Mrs.
Walter Marsh of Ocala, Mrs. Freer

and Mr. Roy Norris of Pedro, Messrs.

Moore and Farrin of Capulet, Misses

Bessie and Thelma and" Jim Redding
of Orlando, Miss Hurst of Oxford,

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair and chil

dren of Haines dt and Mrs. King
and son of Tampa.

Rev. Frazier of Ocala will preach

here next Sunday- afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. Rev. Frazier will have a

pecial message for the young people

and We hope even hoy and girl who
can will hear him. As a woman is

no older than she looks and a man is
no older than he feels, this invitation
w ill include the whole population of
Shady, so come on time and appointed

ushers will find you a seat "up close."

Special music for the occasion.
Friends Gf the congregation cordially

welcome.

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Drug Store

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work for the money than any, other
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FELLOWSHIP

More Trouble About that Blitchton

Road
Fellowship, Aug. 17. We certain

ly have been having some rain for the

past week.

Mr. E. P. Collins of Irvine was the

guest of relatives' in Fellowship Sat

urday and Sunday.

Mrs. N. A. Noble and children,, of
Morriston are guests of rMs. Noble's
parents this week.
Fellowship W. 0. W. camp unveil unveiled
ed unveiled the monument of Sovereign G. W.
Wynn at Pleasant Hill cemetery last
Sunday afternoon. There was a
large crowd gathered at the church to
witness the ceremonies.
Mr. Lloyd Mills and family moved
to Arcadial ast week to make "that
their future home.
The Ocala and Blitchton road in
district 2 is almost impassible in
some places and if it is not repaired
at once some' of it will be completely
washed away. We tax payers out
here have certainly been ignored as

far as getting any, results from our

taxes on the roads. It's very strange,
since Bruce Meffert has been appoint appointed
ed appointed county commissioner he has kept
the six miles of the Ocala and Blitch Blitchton
ton Blitchton road in his district scraped reg regularly
ularly regularly and Mr. Hutchins never has
time to scrape the other part of, the
road. It looks to the writer, out of
the eight or nine thousand dollars
for district 2 one of the main roads
should not be entirely neglected.

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BELLEVIEW

Mis3 Blanche

- ueneview, Aug. is. rns3

Dittmar, who talked, on B. Y. P. U
work at the Baptist church from
Sunday till Wednesday, left for Ocala
Thursday to visit her uncle and aunt.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood for a few
days. .' .-.-;;. .r.;""'-
The members of the rod and gun
club enjoyed their usual shooting
match at Smith Lake Thursday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Miss Williams has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Dise this week.
" The T)ox supper given by the B. Y.

P. U. Friday 'night at the town hall

was a success and the proceeds will
go towards a bell for the church.

The Willing Worker" Methodist
Sunday school class held a business

meeting at the home of Miss Dwen Dwen-dolyn
dolyn Dwen-dolyn Merrill Tuesday night., After
the meeting games were played and
refreshments of ice cream and cake
were served. ";
i Mr. Harry Weaver is working in
Lowell, after completing his work at
the Lake View hotel.
' Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt, Mrs. George
E. Merrill and George Newland were"
business caller's in Ocala Thursday.

Mr. Ernest Nott is spending a few
days in Jacksonville with friends.
" Mr. E. E. Converse of 'Jacksonville
is in town attending to business this
week. "..: V V
Mr. Roy Leach is a business caller
in Jacksonville this week.
Otto Saltzwedel and Robert Merrill
spend the day Sunday in Oca!a, guests
of the former's sister.
Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Carter, Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Carter and Tessie 'Hill of Lady
Lake, were callers on firends here

Sunday afternoon.
The B. U. P. U. held a business
meeting at Mrs. I. I. Strong's resi residence
dence residence Tuesday evening
The business men of the town held
another road meeting at the town hall
Monday night.
WEIRSDALE

Lher honor. Twenty of the young peo

ple were present and all report a jol jolly
ly jolly good time. The surprise was a
perfect success.
Miss Minnie Albertson left last
Sunday to go back to her job in
Jacksonville after a month's vacation.
Little Misses Eleanor and LillFsn
Douglas spent last Sunday viisitlng

their cousins. Misses Eliiabeth and
Mary B. Knoblock.

Mr. Reitz and son have bought -.ne
hundred acres of land at the south southwest
west southwest corner of Lake Weir for an or orange
ange orange grove, and have built a new
home on it. They will bring four
new families to our. community. v
The missionary study class will
meet at the home of the teacher,
Mrs. J. H. Jacoby, next Friday night.
All interested are invited to come.
Mr. C L. Byrd broke the record of
the fishermen around here, by catch

ing a beautiful HM -pound trout yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening at the Stanton dock.

writer knows thi3 is

Marion County Boy Killed in Per-
Y formance of Duty
' Weirsdale, Aug. 17. The many
friends of Elmer W. Driver, who lived
at Candler about nine years ago, will
be grieved to learn of his death which
occurred last Tuesday, Aug. 10. He

had been in the navy for the past

four years and was employed m the
wireless service. WTiile climbing to
the mast, of his ship he fell and was

instanUy killed.; The funeral serv services
ices services were held last Sunday, Aug. 15,
ialthe Presbyterian church at Waton Waton-ga,
ga, Waton-ga, Oklahoma, and the body was laid
to rest in the Odd Fellows' cemetery

there. We would offer his bereaved

parents and family our sincerest sym

pathy.

turn for several weeks as she an!
her sister. Miss Freise have spent
sevearl weeks of their outing in Dav Davenport,
enport, Davenport, Iowa, and now will spend
some time in Pennsylvania.
Mr. Earl Lewi3 has just returned
from his three-year enlistment in the
navy. He served on the De-lawn ie
during the war and made a -very cred creditable
itable creditable record. Earl says he may ac accept
cept accept a position en land but the love
of the ocean is tempting him to re re-enlist
enlist re-enlist and it may get him yet.
Letters from Mrs. R. L. Martin at

uancuer, u., say sne ana ner
daughter, Mrs. Potter are -enjoying
their otuing in the mountains and her
health is improving wonderfully un under
der under the pure mountain air and plenty
of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Messrs. Carson Bradford and Dell
Moody have had some fine sport
catching fish in the Oklavvaha river,
some weighing nine pounds" and cn
down to two pounds. The summer

visitors are all enjoyng the fishing

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the largest trout ever caught in Lake .on the lake and Oklawaha river.

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sonville, where hi3 brother, W. (S.
Allsop lives, for an indefinite pericd.

His place is for sale and his many: Arrival a-d d''-'-e c r- r
friends and neighbors are deploring jtra:Vi3 at o GALA U N I O 2 1 S T ATI b fi ;
his leaving very. much. ; ; The followfasg schedula Csaxes pub-
. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thomas and s lished as isfonaa tion and not ur ur-little
little ur-little sons. Stephen and Billy, return- anteed. :

ed last Friday after a pleasant auto f (Eastern btandard Time)
trip of ten days to Miami. j SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
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Lake Weir, Aug. 17-Mr. and Mrs. j
C. E. Winston, of Ocala, who are 2:15 am
summering on the lake, are entertain-

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and Mrs. Carson Bradford at their

cottage on the lake.
Miss Pearl Hall and Miss Miriam
Connor returned Saturdav from

Miss Jessie Cameron left last Sun- Gainesville, where they have been at-

day for Orlando after spending a 1 tending the summer normal for the
pleasant two weeks vacation here. j past three months.
The young people gathered at the: Dr. F. P. Herr arrived Saturday
home, of Miss Jessie Cameron last evening from his summer -outing in
Thursday, evening for a surprise in Pennsylvania. 2-1 rs. Herr will not re-

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2:42 am Stetsbrg-Lakeland 2:1S am
3:55 pm St,Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25
7:10 am Dunnelion-Yilcox

7:25 am DanelIon-Lleland 11:03 psa

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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1223

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PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICB
Phones 555 and 225
Open All Night
OCALA, FLORIDA
V -tt the moving, pictures
s kurt yur eyes, it is your
eyes, not the pictures.
DR. K.' J. WEIIIE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
GOOD TASTE IN A MONUMENT
is as much as requisite as 'artistic de design
sign design and execution. It is found hi
every memorial tsone we erect.
Whether the stone chosen be of the
simplest or the most ornate descrip description
tion description it wil lahvavs be within tha
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bounds -of good taste if ordered here.
Book of designs shown any time any anywhere.
where. anywhere. .
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BRICK AND CONCRETE WORK,
LATHING, PLASTERING, ETC.
Repair Work a Specialty
WM. A. TINSMAN, OCALA.
Get the habit of reading the ads.

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the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.

GOODYEAR AND U, S. TIRES AFJD JUDES
Exclusive Aocnts for '."VESTA" .BATTERY, IS Uo. GzzTzrAtt
An Up-to-Date Dattcry Servics Staiica
Ve Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage vitb
Expert Workmen, at all. times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

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If you have any news for this de department
partment department please phone 255.
"A-head" of style are the HATS
gotten from FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Mr. Fred Fort of Tampa was visit visiting
ing visiting his many friends in Ocala yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Mr, Leo Rilea of Eusti3 arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday and is the guest of his brother,
Sir. W. W. Rilea.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now In. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf
Mrs. W. A. Snight left yesterday
for Valdosta to be the guest of
friends and relatives.
Sugared pecans in one-pound boxes.
They're delicious. Court Pharmacy., tf
Mrs. C. L. Leitner of Micanopy :s
the guets of her brother, Mr. Geiger
of North Ocala, for several weeks.
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Mr. Milligan and daughters, Misses
Lily and Hattie Milligan of Anthony;
spent yesterday in the city shopping.
Cur stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf
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Jello Ice Cream Powder,
two for 25c
Lima Beans, per lb .10c
Lard Compound, per lb..22!4c
Kingan's 3-lb. pail Pure
Lard, per pail.., ....93c
Kingan's 5-lb pail Pure
Lard, per pail.. $1.15
White Bacon, per lb 25c
White Bacon by the side,
per lb. ....... ; 23c
Kingan's Bacon Squares,
1 to 3 lbs. to the piece,
per lb. ....25c
Kingan's Process Butter,
best ; butter possible to
get, per lb. ........ t. .67c
Kingan's Canned Tripe, 3
cans for $1.00
Kingan's Sliced Luncheon
Meat, per lb. .... ... .. 35c
Irish Potatoes per peck. . 75c
Klim (whole, milk) per lb.. 90c
Klim (whole milk) 2 lbs $18S
Klim (skimmed milk) one
lb. cans ,.i 65c
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Master Harold Williams left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Dunnellon to be the guest
of hi3 grandmother, Mrs. C. W. Waiters.

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Blood arrived
Sunday and are guests of their son,
Mr. Wiilard Blood at Hiawatha LaVe
Stxrk Farm.
34-in. SILVERBLOOM MOHAIR,
worth $3 the yard, finest goods in the
world for SKIRTS. During August,
$1.58 at FISHEL'S. 18-3t
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Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Flippen and lit little
tle little son have returned to their home
in Fort Lauderdale after a delightful
visit with relatives.
Our specialties are Maple Nut
Sundaes, Pineapple Nut Sundaes and
Ice Cream Soda. Court Pharmacy, tf
. Mr. Robert Davis of Orlando motor motored
ed motored to Ocala yetserday. Mrs. Buf jrd
Leitner, who has been visiting in Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, accompanied him.
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
Mrs. T. J. Wright of Fayetteville,
N. C, is the guest of her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Parker for a few weeks.
W. K. Lane, 11. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose tnrt
Threat. Odce over 5 and 10 cent etore,
Ocala, Fix. tf
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cox and chil children
dren children have returned home from their
visit to different .. points in Georgia.
They made the trip in their car.
Mrs. Clarence Camp and daughters,
Misses Stella. Nina. Nettie and
Carita Camp returned to Ocala yes yesterday
terday yesterday after a delightful trip thru
the west.
Buy SOX by box. EVERWEAR
lisles, six pairs $3 during August;
all shades. Nationally advertised. At
FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Long and little
daughter, Ruth of Trenton, motored
to Ocala yesterday for a few days
visit with Mrs. Long's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Little.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rivers of Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee are expected to arrive in Ocala
tomorrow to be the guests of Mrs.
Rivers' parents, Mr. and Mrs.'T. M.
Moore for a few days.
Only the highest grade ingredients
are used in our fountain, Irinks, sun sundaes
daes sundaes and ice cream soda. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-tf
Misses' Jocie Parrish and Julia
Meadows of Anthony wjll leave this
afternoon for Dunnellon, where they
will be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J.
G. Baskin vf o rthe rest of the week;
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. Mary Howell of Anthony, is
the guest of her son, Mr. Jim Howell.
The firts of next "week Mrs. Howell
leaves for Fort Lauderdale, where
she will visit her granddaughter, Mrs.
McJunkin.
. We are closing out our 36-in. brown
DOMESTICS at 24c. per yard up.
FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Mrs. Hagood and Miss Frances
Starr of Jacksonville, Mrs. Seigler
of Waldo, Mrs. Mott and daughter,
Thelma and Mr. O. L..Feaster of Mic Micanopy,
anopy, Micanopy, spent yesterday in Ocala, the
guests of Mrs. T. M. Moore.
"Gone to the seashore," "Gone To
the mountains." Unless you take
along half-dozen of those good MID MIDDIES
DIES MIDDIES from FISHEL'S you won't en
joy yourself like you could.
18-3t
' The many friends of little Kiss
Pearl Eoyles of Sparr, woh is now in
the hospital, will be glad to hear that
she is improving after having suffer
ed two strokes of paralysis. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D.
Boyles.
We do not claim that EVERWEAR
HOSIERY NEVER WEAR out. but
we do claim that EVERWEAR will
endear them to you. Agency at
FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Mr Gay C. Livingston of Jackson
ville, spent yesterday in Ocala, the
guest of his mother-in-law, Mrs. J.
W. Pearson. Mr. Livingston was re
turning from Tampa, where he had
been in the interest of his automobile
business.
Pont 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.. G. A. Douglas and
daughters, Misses Gussie and Ruby
Douglas, Master Edgar Douglas and
Mrs. A.-B. Weaver of MiamL accom accompanied
panied accompanied by their niece. Miss Frances
Lu ramus arrived in Ocala yesterday.
They are guests of their brother and
sister, Mr S. M. Lummus and Mrs.
A. A. Winer.
j 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 St. Phone 260. 23-lni

Among those attending the hog
sale at the Hiawatha Lake Stock

xarm yetseraay were sir. ana Jjirs.
Herlong, Micanopy, Mrs. Flewellen,
Mr, Banks Flewellen, Mr. Brooks
Bateman, Miss Rebecca Gist and Mr.
Gist of Mcintosh.
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. mi to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
The soprano and alto saxophones
in the Weihe Q). window are attract attracting
ing attracting a great deal of attentnon. These
instruments are for the Ocala Sax Saxophone
ophone Saxophone Club. Five of the members
have now received their instruments
and the club has started practicing.
The ever popular,, everlasting and
EVERWEAR HOSIERY to be had
only at FISHEL'S. SOX three bonex
the box during August. 18-3t
Miss Nettie Lisk of Oxford, Ohio,
who has been visiting her brother,
Dr. P. V. Lisk of Fort McCoy since
the first of July, left yesterday for
Jacksonville. She will sail today for
New York. After a short visit there
with friends and relatives Miss Lisk
expects to return to her home at
Oxford.
Try Norris Gold Box assorted can candies
dies candies in 1, 2 and 3-pound boxes. Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive Ocala dealers. The Court
Pharmacy. i 17-tf
The following item from the Wil Wilmington,
mington, Wilmington, Del., News will be of in interest
terest interest to Ocala people: "J. Oliver Bri Bri-son,
son, Bri-son, recently appointed director of
the Wilmington Community service,
was the soloist at the services in
Grace M. E. church last night, sing singing
ing singing 'in My Father's House are Many
Mansions,' by MacDermitt. Mr,' Brj Brj-son
son Brj-son was formerly choir director and
tenor soloist for the Grang avenue
M. E. church. Old Home church,
Bishop Wm. A. Quaile's church, all
of Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Brison is
expected to reach Wilmington about
Sept. 1, She has had a wide exper
ience as a contralto singer. Both have
had experience in oratorio concert
and church musical work as-soloists
and directors."
All of our 36-in.
DOMESTIC re
18-3t
duced. FISHEL'S.
COWS, JERSEYS AND GRADES
Fine one just fresh, heifer calf.
Milks over four, gallons. Also pare
bred heifer to freshen in few. days.
Plenty of young stock.
Call or telephone,
R. L. ANDERSON,
8-6-if Law Library. Euildins
. CALVARY
Calvary, Aug. x17. Yell, summer
.will soon be gone and schools will
soon start again.
Mrs. Miller and children, who were
sick are better, but one of .the children
was suffering with fever Sunday.
Master Leon Sullivan is spending a
few days with Master Randolph Mor
rison this week.
Some of our neighbors are going
to the hog sale at the Hiawatha Lake
Stock farm Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Earl Crosby was to return
home Sunday from Palmetto, where
she has been spending several days
with her sister and family, Mrs., D.
A. Fort.
NOTICE
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Marion county will receive bid3
at their office in the Marion county!
court house. Sentember Sth' 1920. for
overseers to work the public reads
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.
0 H. Rogers, Chairman.
' Attest, P. IL Nugent, Clerk. 8-7 tf
CASH AND CARRY
People who want to SAVE MONEY j
are dealing at the U-SERVEl
GROCER Y, Cash and Carry."
Ocala House block. 18-3t
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGI
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Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A:
M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. IL
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every esc esc-ond
ond esc-ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
' J. C. Bray, C. C.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2SS. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S3, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth-j
ren always welcome. Lodge roomt
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book'
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller. E.
E. J. Crook; Secretary.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
I Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-
thing we sell is guaranteed.. We're
fghting for QUALITY not prlcca tf

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LATEST LOCALS

Temperature this morning, 71; this
afternoon, 94.
Late fall styles in young men's
CAPS. Solod greens and browns, also
plaid designs. FISHEL'S. 18-3t

Mr. H. S. Wesson, the veteran
grocery salesman, has taken a posi position
tion position with the Moses Grocery Co.
When you want a really high class
candy; try SIRRON chocolate covered
nut and fruits. Sold in. Ocala by the
Court Pharmacy. 17-tf

Mrs. B; F. Condon and, children

are spending several days at the Con
nor home on North Lake Weir.

DO NQT OVERLOOK
RABBIT EXHIBIT
AT STATE FAIR.

Big Display This Year Will be Both j
Interesting and Educational i

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Have you tried FISHEL'S for your
MILINERY? Your neighbor .doubt

less gets hers there. 18-3t

Messrs. E. j; Collier and II. C. Sisr

trunk leave today for a week's stay
at Daytona Beach.
Irish potatoes 75 cents a peck at
Whittington's. Phone 377. 19-Ut
Miss Frances Wagner, who has
been spending the summer in Tampa
and St. Petersburg, returned home
yesterday afternoon.
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Just say Banana Split and get the
best delicacy you ever tasted. The
Court Pha:rmacy. 17-tf
Mr. M. C. Izlar of the Buick Agen Agency
cy Agency and two mechanics went to Palat Palat-yka
yka Palat-yka today to bring back three n?w
Buicks tomorrow.
A pound package of the famous
White House Coffee 50 cents, at Yv'hit Yv'hit-tington's.
tington's. Yv'hit-tington's. Phone 377. 19-3t

Miss Eleanor Tremere of Eelleview
was in town r yesterday, having
brought her favorite dog, "Snigle "Snigle-foot,"
foot," "Snigle-foot," to Dr, Dunn's veterinary hos hospital.
pital. hospital. "Sniglefoot" is eleven years

old and has been with the Tremere
family since he was a puppy, and no
effort vU vibe spared to make him

strong and well again.

KNiHTS OF PYTHIAS

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, Ocala, Lodtre No. Hi. Conventions
held every Uoaday evening at 7:20
o'clock at the Cardie Hall over the G.
C. i.i j eerie Co. 'drug&ture A cordial

welcome to vUking brothers.
. J. W. Akin, C.
Clias. K. Sge. of R. & S.

Jacksonville, Fla. Probably no fea- i

tuxe at the Florida state fair here thl3
year,--November 18 to 27 will be
more interesting than the rabbit show.
The Initial exhibition of rabbits was
staged at the fair last year, and so
great was its success that the man management
agement management has set aside the entire
building, formerly used by the poultry
association, for the 1920 display of
rabbits.
The entries this year are expected
to exceed SOO, the principal breeds to
include Belgian ; Hares, Flemish
Giants, New Zealands and American
Blues. In addition to these, there will
be entries in perhaps a dozen -other
classes.
Rabbit culture In Florida is on a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous upward sweep, and, if you
are interested in rabbits in any way;

don't fail to see this exhibit when at
the fair.
Judge Blank, of New York, who of officii
ficii officii ed most satisfactorily at the 1919
show, will be on the job again thl3
year.
Breeders from Georgia, Kentucky,
Tennessee and Virginia, as well as
Florida, are expected to enter the
competition for, the many special
prizes,- in addition to the ribbons, and

the usual state fair awards.
One of the most potent agencies be-
hind the ; rabbit industry here la the
Southern Commercial Rabbit and Cavy
association, which Maintains head headquarters
quarters headquarters in Jacksonville, and. has a
membership of between 10,000 and 15, 15,-000
000 15,-000 rabbits extending throughout Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, Georgia, Virginia, and a3 far west
as Texas.

betters living
Conditions

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Delco-Liht as more than a
mere lighting plant"". It gives
you electric power, too for
operating all of the light mn-
chinery around the house and
barn, usually' turned by" hand.
It will, pump and deliver wa water
ter water to all parts of the house or
, barn. ...
Write for catalog.
H. W. TUCKER
Ocala, Fla.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

KATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six times
75c.; one month. $3. Payable in ad-
mice. ,... -

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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
lumber business in 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

IIADSOCKS WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
7146. 2-m

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

: Charleston, Miss. Mrs.' R. V. Heins, of this place,
says: "I have never had to usa very much medicine,
because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste
in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would
take a dose or more of Black-Draught, snd it would
straighten me out and make me feel as jicod as new.
We have used in our family for years

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LAKE WEIR Two completely fur fur-:
: fur-: nished cottages for sale at Wood Wood-.
. Wood-. mar, Eastlake; running water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow, Box 58L Ocala. Fla. 9-tf

WILL ERECT HOUSE To sell or
lease or will convert our upstairs
into flat with two-year lease. Max
Fishel. 14-12t

R. A. MASONS
' Kegular convucalions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 Jl. A. M.. on the fourth
Fiiday in ev:iy luonlti at 8 p. m.
1L S. Wesson, II. P.
Juki'. I'rown. Sort'taiy.

Women of Floiida to
Show Acliievement

At the State

Fair.

FOR SALE About 300 feet 3-foot
poultry fencing, a bargain. Inquire
of L. H. Pillans or Miss Nellie
Stevens. ; 16-tf

WANTED TO RENT Furnished
house cr apartment. Must be nice
ar.d dasiruble location. Address
Box Ocala. 16-6t

LOST DOG $10 reward for return
. to T. E. llridgas. Small setter bitch,

brown an.i white-, half kail wh;te;

r.:":'!i ?i'e' abcut thre
T. E. Biidges.,

years
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FOR SALE ,A good mare, weighs

s.jU,.j, tfenue and a gooa worh.r.
B. II. Seymour. 10-Ot

I FACTS OF INTEREST
Under the laws of China' the adult
who io.iea his temper lnta discussion
' Is sent to jail fur five days to cool
down.
livery day lost on strike decreases
the supply of the necessities of life.

Can't we find a sane method of set

tling Industrial disputes?
In 1S70, during the Franco-Prussian
war, the value of diamonds was large largely
ly largely depreciated by the quantity offered
for sale In London by French refugees.
Palm sugar, called "jaggery," la ob
talned In India from a species of palm
trees. The sweet juice 'flows from
' the top shoot of the tree when It la
wounded.
The earliest .college exclusively fcr
women was Mount polyoke, founded
In 1S37. The system of coeducation In
the United States began In Oberlin
(O.) college fn 1833.

The soil Is so rich In China that
the farms are generally very small

Indeed It Is estimated that a square

mile should be capable of supporting

a population of 4,000 persons.

The left hand In France Is univer universally
sally universally regarded as that "of the heart

and Is reserved far relatives and In Intimate
timate Intimate friends and those toward jwhom

the giver is unusually well disposed.

BREAD SUPERSTITIONS
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Borrow bread and yeull always be

poor. ...

Woman's Handiwork Accorded Unusu Unusual
al Unusual Recognition and Important
Place

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Jacksonville. Feeling that the Flor-.l
Ida State Fair, to be held here this I
year, Nov. ( 18-27, belongs as much to I
jthe women of Florida as to .the men, 1
the management has given to the worn- I

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Carry a crust
pocket for luck.

of bread la your

If you burn your bread someone is

angry with you.
If you drop a slice of a loaf of bread
friends are coming.

rOIl ALE 1920 Buick t roadster;
diiv;n 5000 milts; cord tires, ex-

cellor.t ccn-liticn. fci. y. uernant. ;n

care II. fi. Meters Co., Ocala. 3t

i'UK bALi; Most desirable corner
. lot for T residence on South Second

street, or is. large enough for two

... foil ?':".e.l bulWirigi lots. -If inter
estid, addivris Box C09. 18-Ct

REDMAN WILL REPRESENT
: THE NAVY AT ANTWERP

WANTED Position by young lady
ac t r;'st and clerical work. Phone

. 408 or call at 115 Orange ave
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STRAY ED !I onday t night, milch

, cow.." ret', -short horns, star in fore forehead,
head, forehead, heart brand on side and hip;
hold ? head high. Reward for return
to G. Jones, at Ocala Auto and
Garage Co, Ocala. 18-3t

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It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my
cystem in shape, and has never weakened me as so
many physics do. -1 recommend it to my fiiends and am
glad to do so." Black-Draught is the old, reliable liver
medicine which you have doubtless heard much about
When you feel badly all over, stomach net right, bad
taste in your mout' bilious, or have a headache, try
Thedford's Black-Draught. At all Druggists.
Always Insist on tho Geatiieoi

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121 W. Broadivay phone 233 Oeaki, Florida

Expert McclKinics on AH
Malccs oi AiiSoinobhlcs.
Arco and Diamond Tires and Totes
Generators arid Starters

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John R. Redman, lieutenant, U. S.
navy, and a native son of California,
was chosen as one of the wrestlers to
represent this country at the great
Olympic games being held at Ant Antwerp.
werp. Antwerp. This was decided at the elimi-

jen a conspicuous place, for the dis

play of their handiwork with the nee-1

die and in the culjnary art. ?
The ; Woman's Building "will be I
crammed to overflowing with displays 1
pt all kinds, illustrating the' activities I
of the women of the State. Fancy h
work, cooking, canning and all forms

of domestic science will be featured.
To encourage a large number of
these exhibits handsome- cash prizes
and ribbon awards are announced In
the annual premium list, which is
now available and will be sent, with without
out without charge, to any Interested party

upon request. Get the Premium list.

look It over and see -if you ; cannot
embroider a. better ararf. hat V vc.tfor

loaf of bread or cake, or put up a bet- i "ation meet in the 22nd Regiment

ter can of fruit or vegetables than Armory, ax in ew iorK, wnere ..Hun

dreds or spectators witnessed me con contests;
tests; contests; and where only the fit survived
the testa.
Redman wrestles at 178 pounds,
and met the best amateur wrestlers
in the country during the try-outs. It
was another case of quick wit, brawn
andmuscle of the U. S. navy, coming
out on top, and the' navy scores again.
During the try-outs Redman was
one of the can't be thrown class, and
his shoulders .were never brought to
the mat, though some of the huskies
from the nation's athletic clubs tried
hard enough.1 Lieutenant Redman's
training has been the daily duties re required
quired required of an officer in the navy and
the fact that he has won against men
who 1 ive in the gymnasium speaks
well for the U. S. naval system of
work and play, which trains the mind
and body without special effort.
CASH AND CARRY

FOR SALE About 40 or 50 friers,
2 to 2 pounds. Mrs. J. D. Mc Mc-Caskiil,
Caskiil, Mc-Caskiil, 728 Wenona St. ; 18-3t

FOR

SALE One practically new

Eurroughs adding machine and
stand; $100 value for 5115. i L. K,
Braddock, Union Station. 1813t

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anyone else. At the worst it will be
good practice and the honor of win winning
ning winning a prize in competition open to
the world is not to be lightly consid considered.
ered. considered.
; Whether or not she has an exhibit
of her work in this department, every
woman in the State will' find much to
interest her and to. repay her many
fold for the time spent la visiting the
State Fair. Remember tho darel-
Nov. 18-27.

COLORED BOYS AND
GIRLS TO EXHIBIT
SWINE AND POULTRY

Progress of New Work Among These
Young People Will be Shown
at State Fair

If you are fond of tha crust
bread you will marry early.

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If you cut bread unevenly It la a
elgn you told a lie that day.
. If your bread falls buttered Elds
down It Is a sign you committed a sin
that day.
If you make good bread or biscuits
It is a sign you will marry a hand handsome
some handsome man. if

Get the h&bit of reading the ads.

Jacksonville. A new feature of the
colored exhibit at the Florida State
Fair bore this year November 18 to
27 will be a demonstration of th
Farm and Home Makers' Club.
This work is. being conducted in
Florida under direction of the Co-Op-erative
Extension work In Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural and Home Economics of the Uni University
versity University of Floida.

FORWENT Furnished home at 222
Washington St. Can give immed immediate
iate immediate possession. Apply to Mrs. R.
L. Lang. : 19-3t
LOST One lady's high shoe, tan bot bottom,
tom, bottom, white canvas top; size 5. Fin Finder
der Finder piease return to Star office and
receive reward. v 19-2t

People who want to SAVE MONEY
a re dealing at the U-SERVE
GROCERY, "Cash and Carry."
Ocala lloue block. 18-3t

ODD FELLOWS

luc mum tuning, suyci viseu UY A. '. n, 4.1.
T,, At meets every Tuesday evening at the
A. Turner, local district agent b U.-j -r n in i. Z
, . j-'Odd Fellows half at the corner of
charge of agriculture and M. E. Wash r- 34- &

ington assistant home demonstration
agent, in trharge of home economics.
The Fair association is offering

splendid prizes for the best sow and j

boar in the Home Makers Pig Club, j
and for the best trio of Barred Rock,!

extended to

j ort Kihjr Ave.

warm welcome always

"isiting brothers.
c- i.:n -vr r

II. R.' Luff man, Secretary.

The trend of the times is for ECO-

ana Dest mo or nnoae island Keds in. NOMY. To SAVE MONEY trade at
tho Home 'Makers' Poultry Club. 'FISHEL'S. 18-2t

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

. OF TRAINS IN OCALA

Seaboard Air Llae 4

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:C3 a. a

Leave f ot Tampa .". ....... 4 :10 a. ra.
Arrive from Jacksonville 1 :S0 p. m.
Leave for Tampa. ........ 1:50 p. m
Arrive from Jacksonville. 4:24 p. rn

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Arrive from Taiapa. ...... 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 2:15 a. m.

Arrive from Tampa 1:25 p. in.

Leave for Jacksonville... i:odp.xa.
Arrive from Tampa ....... 4 :04 p. ra.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 4 :C5 p. m.

: : Atlantie Coast Line ;
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:48 a. ux
Leave for St. Petersburg, 2:49 a. rn,

Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:34 p. nx.

Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p. ta.
Leave for Leesburg. . . .10:13 p. m.
Arrive from ot. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
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Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
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Arrive from Leesburg .... 6:41 a.ra.
Leave for Jacksonville . 6:42 a. m.

Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p.m.

Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p. m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday . 11 :50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday .......... 4 :45 p. m.
Leave for Lakeland Toes- .-
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. ra.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tues-Leave
Leave Tues-Leave for Lakeland, Tues-

day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. ta.

Leave for Wiicox, Monaay,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.

Arrive from Wilcox, Mon--day-
Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p. m.

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What have you to sell or tradaT

Citrus growers who cooperatively
market their fruit through the Florida
Citrus Exchange believe in a square
deal all around and try to give the
trade and the public fair treatment.
Last winter, when many retail deal dealers
ers dealers were selling grapefruit higher than
the returns to groweis justified, the
Florida Citrus Exchange prevailed
upon thousands of them to materially
reduce their margins of profit.
When this was : done, Sealdsweet
grapefruit were sold to consumers at
reasonable prices. Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange growers profited by the in increased
creased increased demand and the trade benefited
by a large volume of business.
You can have part in the supply
of consumers demand for Sealdsweet
fruits if you join the Florida Citrus
v"I. Exchange. Write the business mana manager
ger manager at Tampa, or call on
Oarioa Cociify Cilrcs Sob-Esdiince
First National Bank Building
, Leburg, Florida.
Eleven years of unqualified success. Proven
stability. Increasing s.dar.tages to mt-iribers.

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