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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.
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English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
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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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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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Gallant Poland, with Efficient Aid
, from France, Has Routed
Her Enemies

(Associated Press)
Warsaw, Aug. 23. The process of
bottling. up the Russians on the north-
ern front between Prussia and the
X Vistula has been completed, accord
ing to an official statement. The Poles
have closed the gateway tpt escape,
taking prisoners and materials in
such quantities that it is impossible
, to count them. The soviet forces be before
fore before Lemberb have began a retreat,
owing to the Polish advance on other
fronts.
GRUDU8K TAKEN
: The Poles have taken Grudusk, 12
miles north of Ciecanow, and cut off
the retreat of the bolsheviki north northwest
west northwest and north of this city and by
way of Mlawa and Przasynsz.
RESTFUL PLACE FOR REDS
, The soviet prisoners captured by
the Poles in their counter offensive
. will total 75,000, according to War Warsaw
saw Warsaw advices to the French foreign of office.
fice. office. The Matin's Warsaw correspon correspon-dent
dent correspon-dent says' the Russians appear on the
eve of complete disaster and quotes
General Weygand as saying Poland
vill be the grave of three-fourths of
the bolshevik army.
GIVE THEM INSTRUCTION FROM
MACHINE GUNS
i Paris, Aug. 23. German workers
jut Danzig have seized the piers and
established Soviets to prevent the
, landing of supplies for Poland, ac according
cording according to a report fromt that city.
AMERICANS LED
IN ANTWERP EVENTS
V 1 T TT'T:','.
Two Hundreed and Ten Points to .One
Hundred and Five of Their
Nearest Competitors

f Associated Press)
Antwerp, Aug. 23. The Olympic
events closed with the American ath athletes
letes athletes so far in the lead in point scor scoring
ing scoring th'at they won by a -large margin.
The closing contests were held in a
rain with only a handful of specta spectators
tors spectators present. T -' ;
The final unofficial scores of the
stadium athletics, field' and track
events, give the Americans 210 points
against Finland, the nearest compe competitor,
titor, competitor, with 105.
WATCH FOR THE
PAGE OF PRESIDENTS
A United States senator visiting
Wilson, N. C, was asked "If all. the
presidents of the United States could
be stood in a line, how far would it
be?" He replied he : didn't know.
"Why from Wilson (N. C.) to Wash-
ington,'(D. C.)" The senator was ask asked
ed asked about the high cost of livingand
1 this was his reply:
While we talk of the terrible H. C.
of L.,
And we still hope to squelch it in
v time; 'T'T'T. :.TT' T:T vvv
Yet I manage to eat, drink and dress
fairly well,
And spend an occasional dime.'
But all through the day there's a
' tune in my head.
The words of which eenr very
strange:
. "If I knock the 'IP out of 'II. C. of L.
I can C and L of a change!"
The "Page of Presidents" will ap appear
pear appear all right and somebody will get
the Star's $15 cash price.
LEAGUE SAYS WHAT
IT WANTS TO THINK
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 23. From
the snarl of legal and legislative tech
nicalities that 'have enmeshed Ten
nessee's ratification of the federal
suffrage amendment last night came
thd prediction of the Tennessee Con-
stitutional League that the injunction
against certification of the. ratifica
tion, obtained Saturday, would pre
vent enfranchisement of the women
of the nation for at least a year ar.d
a half. V ".
MANY DOPE FIENDS
IN COPENHAGEN
Copenhagen, Aug. 4 The existence
of many establishments for the sale
v of habit-forming drugs has been re revealed
vealed revealed through the death, under mys mysterious
terious mysterious circumstances of the degen degenerate
erate degenerate editor, of an- obscene weekly
journal. The authorities have found
many places frequented by fiotsom of
the city, where large quant ies of co cocaine
caine cocaine and morphia are consumed. The
drugs are sai dto have been smuggled
in from Germany.
WOODMEN OF THX3 WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
JC. of P. hall at 7:33 p. m. every sec second
ond second and-fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chaa. IL Sage, Clerk.

During Her Life and Death Strug Strug-gle,
gle, Strug-gle, but Now is Right on Hand
With a Warning

(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. .23.- Poland has
been cautioned by the United States
not to permit her armies in the coun counter
ter counter offensive against the Russians to
advance : beyond the ethnographic
boundaries of Poland. Informal rep representations
resentations representations it is stated have officially
already been made through the Am American
erican American charge at Warsaw.
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 23. Responding
to an Informal communication from
the American government, the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican foreign office announced today
that urgent steps are being taken to
effect the release of foreigners, in
cluding Americans, reported kidnaped
by bandits, in Jalisco.
TEMPLE-HODGES
Mis- Melissie lodges was married
to Mr. Mark Temple, by Judge Smith
in his office Saturday night.
Both the parties are well known
here, Mr. Temple, who has been a
citizen of Oca la for some, years, is
proprietor, of the t popular American
Cafe at the union station. His indus
try, integrity, and kindness to his
friends have made him highly esteem esteemed,
ed, esteemed, not only in town, bu by the rail railroad
road railroad men along the lines.
Mrs. Temple is a very pretty young
woman. She has been here for some
years, and ha3" been holding a posi position
tion position in the American Cafe. She and
her husband have the best wishes of
many friends, including the Star.
ANOTHER STREETCAR
STRIKE BROKEN UP
(Associated Press)
Nashville, Aug. 23. Street car
service today was 70 per cent of
normal, company officials announced,
despite the strike of union men de demanding
manding demanding 25 per cent wage increases.
TEN KILLED BY A TRAIN
(Associated Press)
Camden, N. J., Aug. 23. The death
today of two of the injured brought
the li3t of fatalities to ten as a result
of a Pennsylvania fast train striking
a motor bu 3 filled with passengers
here last night.
HARDING'S FAMILY TREE
(Associated Press) ;
East Hamptost Conn., Aug. 23. A
Bible now owned by A. W.4 Sexton of
this town, and which once was the
Amos Clark family Bible, "shows by
its birth, marriage and death: record
pages that Senator Warren, G. Hard Harding,
ing, Harding, the republican, presidential nom nominee,
inee, nominee, i3 a direct descendant of Nathan
Harding, born January 10, 1780, in
the Harding home on the old Hard Harding
ing Harding road in Middle Haddam, Conn.
Nathan Harding married Philena
Clark in Middle Haddam on August
11, 1802. They had twelve children
of : whom one was Abner Clark Hard Hard-ing,
ing, Hard-ing, born FebT 10, 1807.T Abner be became
came became a physician served in the civil
war and attained the rank of general.
Afterward he assisted in the building
of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
railroad. A son George, settled in
Ohio after marrying a. Miss Warren.
His son is the father of Senator War Warren
ren Warren G. Harding. v
HIS PATIENCE EXHAUSTED
Sheriff Galloway has talked, warn warned
ed warned and begged the owners of autos,
trucks and fiiwers long and earnest earnestly
ly earnestly to pay their licenses. Many have
complied, but quite a number stay
off the reservation. ,'T
The sheriff says his patience is
worn out and he doesn't know where
to get another one so late in the sea season.
son. season. He says he will give no further
warning but hereafter pull, capture;
scoop in, annex and arrest anyone
whom he or his deputies find with an
unlicensed auto, whether it be a 1913
or a 1922 model. .
Better go. pay for your licenses.
The big sheriff means business.

Get the habit of reading the ada.

Giving Out a Bolshevik Doctrine that
Will Make Old Mohammed
' Turn in His Grave

(Associated Press)
Constantinople, Aug, 23. All the
leading Moslem authorities of .Ana .Anatolia
tolia .Anatolia have approved a proclamation
declaring the principles of bolshvism
identical with those of Islamism and
calling on Moslems to accept the
tenets of bolshevism.
ADANA RELIEVED
Paris, Aug. 23. The French: gar garrison
rison garrison at Adana, Asia Minor, which
had been besieged for two months,
made a rally Friday and, according
to the foreign office, has now virtual virtually
ly virtually been delivered. ?
Eighteen American relief workers
were with the garrison. The foreign
office says that the garrison badly de defeated,
feated, defeated, the besiegers and that the
situation no longer is critical.
OCEAN TRAVEL TO
- FOREIGN PORTS HEAVY
New York, Aug. 22. The slogan
of "Ships! Ships! and still more
ships!" so effectively used during the
war to speed up America's ship build building
ing building program as a defiance of the sub submarine
marine submarine campaign still is heard in
American seaports. It comes, how however,
ever, however, not so much from those having
freight for transit as it does from
those who desire to make trip3 to
foreign shores on business or pleas pleasure.
ure. pleasure. Steamship accommodations for all
lands, despite more than a doubling
of pre-war tariffs, and rigid restric restrictions
tions restrictions as to passports are at a prem premium.
ium. premium. Representatives in New York
and other terminals of passenger passenger-carrying
carrying passenger-carrying lines say that all available
accommo3ations are booked as far as
three months ahead. The unfortu unfortunate
nate unfortunate business man faced with ; the
need of making an unexpected trip
abroad is forced to' depend on; possi possible
ble possible cancellations ; of previously en engaged
gaged engaged passage on the part of some
one who at the last ; moment is pre prevented
vented prevented f rohi sailing. On many ships
third-class accommodations hold men
and women who are financially able
totravel in the best that the ship af affords.
fords. affords. It is no infrequent occurrence
for a staid banker, or, a wealthy head
of a large business house' to be found
booked with the humble alient laborer
returning to the land of his birth for
a visit. ..
It was recently said by the head of
a large line in speaking of tariffs,
that in 1914 a man could purchase a
tourist ticket including rail fare3 and
hotel accommodations for a trip half
way around the world for the ; same
sum that he is now compelled, to pay
for a one-way ticket from New-York
to a Mediterranean port.
Miss'Dixonia Roberts, who has
been spending the summer in Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, stopped in Ocala for a overnight
visit with her friend, Miss Louise
Spencer and will continue her journey,
to her home in Tampa today.
GKCEISY.
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Prunes,
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The Women Have Wen their Victory;
Let the Men Accept
their Deefat

i (Associated Press)
Nashville, Aug. 23. Under an
amended bill raiisng the point that
the, Tennessee V house defeated the
Walker motion to reconsider ratifica ratification
tion ratification without a quorum present, the
chief clerks of the house and senate
today were made parties to the tem temporary
porary temporary injunction restraining state
officers from certifying ratification
to Washington. :
No date has been set for the in injunction
junction injunction hearing. T
ALABAMA SHOULD RUN TUB
QUITTERS OUT
Decatur, Ala., Aug. 23. The 37
members of the. Tennessee legislature
who' are here today issued a state statement
ment statement reiterating their determination
to remain outside the state until the
people have ah opportunity to express
themselves on suffrage and urged
that mass meetings be called for
next Saturday for the people to ex expresstheir
presstheir expresstheir wilL ? V
MRS. WARREN WAS
HELD BY BOLSHEVIKI
Constantinople,' Aug. 1. Mrs.
Maude Bedford Warren, American
author, has arrived in Constantinople
after being detained for eight weeks
by the bolsheviki at Baku. Mrs. War Warren
ren Warren reached Baku by steamer from
Persia and the very day the Russian
bolsheviki took the city over from
the Azerbaidjanese. She was not
imprisoned but was kept under surveillance.-
and denied permission to
take the '. train for Batoum until all
information she "had about the bol bol-shevist
shevist bol-shevist military moveemnts was old
and the Moscow crowd had thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly entrenched itself and defeated
Tartar opposition at Elizavetopol and
other points where there was bitter
feeting against the new carpetbag
government.-
ATTORiEY General upset
': v. ... t
, Jackson, 'Miss., Aug. 23. Special
legislation will be necessary in Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi to permit the women of that
state to vote in, the November elec elections
tions elections authorities are informed by the
attorney general of Mississippi. It
was said the governor had stated
some time ago that if such legislation
was necessary he wTould call a special
session of the legislature.
JENKINS GETTING EVEN
Mexico City, Aug. 23 Orders have
been issued for. the arrest of General
Cordova, alleged to have, been chiefly
responsible for the kidnaping of Wm.
O Jenkins, former U. S. consul at
Puebla.
Don't forget the DANCE at Com Commercial
mercial Commercial hall, over Commercial Bank,
Tuesday evening, August 24th. 23 2t
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Causes Republican Candidate to Stag Stagger
ger Stagger and Squirm 'Under His
,T Vigorous Charges

(Associated Press)
Dayton, O., Atg. 23. Gov. Cox is
planning to continue to feature the
republican campaign .fund and the
league of nations in his speeches, it
was said today and his schedule
promised to add fuel to the contro controversy
versy controversy opened by his charges that a
minimum fund of fifteen millions ,i3
being amassed and the withholding
of comment or denial of campaign
fund; charges by Senator Harding.
HARDING CHEWING THE RAG
WITH HARVEY
- Marion, Aug. 23. Senator Hard Harding
ing Harding continued his conferences today
with Colonel George Harvey arid it
is indicated the colonel's visit had to
do with the league of nations issue
on which the nominee is preparing a
speech for Saturday, but the details
of the conference were withheld.
NO $15,000,000 IN THE FUND
, Gov. Cox's charge of a republican
campaign fund of $15,000,000 was
chai-acterized by Senator' Harding as
Absolutely untrue" and "perfectly
ridiculous."
Declaring that he seconded cordial cordially
ly cordially the challenge of Republican Na National
tional National Chairman Hays to the demo democratic
cratic democratic nominee to produce evidence of
excessive republican contributions,
Mr. Harding said he was not fearful
of the results of any investigation of
the; party treasury.
COX MUST MAKE
GOOD HIS CHARGES
Leading Men on Both Sides Summon Summoned
ed Summoned Before the Senate Com Committee
mittee Committee in Chicago
(Associated Press)
. Chicago, Aug. 23. The Senate
committee investigating campaign
expenditures directed Chairman Ken Ken-yon
yon Ken-yon to ask Gov. Cox to appear here
next Monday or send a representative
to present evidence to substantiate
his charge of a republican fifteen
million dollar fund. .'
REACHED OUT THE SCOOPNET
Chicago, Aug. 23. Chairman Hays
and Chiarman Wnite, of the republi republican
can republican and democratic national commit committees,
tees, committees, the treasurer of each committee
and the treasurers of the senatorial
congressional committees of .each
party have all been ordered to appear
before the Senate committee investi investigating
gating investigating campaign expenditures here
next Monday. They were "notified to
bring all records.
HYPNOTISTS ENTER
THE CRIMINAL GAME
Mexico City, Aug. 8. Robbery by
hypnotism is the latest criminal twist
in Mexico City.- General Palemon
Rojas recently issued a complaint
charging that two persons robbed
him in his own home of a handbag, a
guitar and five pesos in cash; after
one of them had put him into a hyp hypnotic
notic hypnotic trance.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
; Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2 :09a. ia.
Leave for Tampa. . ... . 2:10 a. ra.
Arrive frcra Jacksonville,. 1:0 p. ra.
f nr Tarawa .1 'X0 XS. W
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:2 4 p. in
Leave for Tampa ......... 4 :w p. ra.
Arrive from Tampa....... 2:14a.m.
T,oV for Jacksonville ... i 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:23 p.m.
Leave for JacKscnvuie. i:op.ra.
Arrive from Tampa....... 4:Ci p. m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 4:05 p.m.
; Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:48 a. ra
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 2:49 a. ra.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:31 p. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville .10:12 p. ra.
Leave for Lees burg '. . . .10:13 p. "S-
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:11 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 2rl2 a. ra.
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. m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
' daily except Sunday . . 11 :50 a. ra.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
Leave for Homosassa..... 3:25 p. ra.
except Sunday ......... 4:45 p. ra.
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland. Tnes-
Leave for Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thcrsday, Saturday 11 :03 p. ra.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
vveanesday ana ifnaay.. :iua.ra.
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon Mon-v
v Mon-v day. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
OEDFJl OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 22, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings cf each
month at 8 o'clock.
;; Mrs. 'Lillian Simmons,'. V7. II. '
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

Organization Will be Asked to Take
Steps Toward an Apprcprbte Wel Welcome
come Welcome to : the Members cf .the Na-;
tional Association."
The regular meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade, Thursday
night at 8 o'clock,' will be one cf the
most important that has been held in
some time. The organization, among
other things, will be asked to take
steps looking to the entertainment of
the National Editorial Association,
which holds its annual meeting in
Florida next year, when its members
will tour the entire state. Ocala will
be one of the points visited by the
editors of whom there will be some something
thing something like six hundred, including
some of the most noted writers in the
country. t
The committee reports to be made
to the Board of Trade Thursday
night are most important. They in include
clude include thp reports of the committee
on band concerts for the' winter
months, the committee on housing
facilities, white way, motor camp and
the improvement and bcautifkation
of '.the union station approach. The
matters on which these committees
are working are of vital interest to
the city and need to be disposed of
at the earliest possible moment. Each
of the committees-' will have some something
thing something devinite to report Thursday
night. T
OCALA WILL HARBOR
AN IMPORTANT BODY

v. (Gainesville Sun)
" Land title men from all parts of
Florida will" gather in Ocala, August
26 and 27, when the Florida Associa Association
tion Association of Title Men holds its ninth an annual
nual annual convention. This association 13
probably the largest of its nature in
the entire south and matters cf im importance
portance importance are expected to result from
the approaching session.
B. R. Colson, former president of
this association, will be among 'these,
attending from Gainesville and will
deliver a responsive address to tha
welcoming speech by Ocala's mayor.
Among other important matters to
come before this convention will be
the election of official delegates to
represent the state organization at
the national convention, which con convenes'
venes' convenes' in Kansas City, Mo, next No November.
vember. November. The attractive program of the state
convention follows:
Thursday Afternoon
3 p. ra. Meet at office of Ttogers-.
Wilson Co., for a drive through the
country and to "Silver Springs for
boating, bathing, dancing and a little little-flirting."
flirting." little-flirting." Friday Morning
9:30 a. m. Business meeting at the
Silver Springs pavilion.'
Address of welcome by Mayor An Anderson
derson Anderson of Ocala.
Response by R. R. Colson cf
Gainesville.
. Annual report of president.
Report of officers.
Reports of standing committees.
Roll call by counties. Members re responding
sponding responding are. expected in fifty word 3
to.tell something of interest.
"Are we in the van of progress in
methods of abstracting and plant de development?"
velopment?" development?" G. S. Nash cf Orlando.
"Are we getting proper compensa compensation
tion compensation and is a uniformity of fees pos possible?"
sible?" possible?" E. A. Nash of Miami.
"Wnat is doing in title insurance?"
Harry D. Palmer of Tampa; Car Car-foll
foll Car-foll D. Judson of Jacksonville.
"Are the short term abstracts for
the1 federal land bank profitable?"
Open discussion.
"Whf.t an attorney want3 in an ab abstract"
stract" abstract" L. W. Duval of Ocala.
"We have heard what he wants,
thi3 is what he should get and why"
E. L. Mack cf Bartow.
"How can we get in closer and more
useful touch with the bar association
and why?" 'Open discussion.
,1 p. m. Adjournment for iuncli.
- 2:20 p. m. Meet at oSce of th-a
Rogers-Wilson Co. for return to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs for boat ride down the
run, returning to the springs by 5 p.
m. for a swim.
6 p. m.- Open air supper Silver
Springs style.
7:30 p. m. Easiness meeting.
Reports of committees.
Election of officers.
9 p. m. Good orchestra, smooth
floor and a good partner.
Headquarters for the 'association
will be at the cff.ee of Rogers ar.d
Wilson and auto rides will start from
there and transportation will be fur furnished
nished furnished at all times.
. All members are expected to bring
as many of their ofSre force as pos possible
sible possible as well as wife or sweetheart.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Convention!
held every Monday evening at 1:Z'J
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over th$ G.
C. Greene -Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
: J. W. Akin, C C.
. Chas. E. Sage, JL tf P Z.



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 23. 1923

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let the rights of the most rumble of
its citizens be trampled on.
An exchange calls attention to the
fact .that Gov. Catts has removed a
dozen officers holders since his defeat
in the primary. We are sorry for-the
man who fills one of the vacancies
the governor thus" makes.'
w Every once in a while, we hear
some anxious' citizen say, "What will
the women do?" We don't know,
neither do we care. The men have
got the world in a mellofahess, "and
it will be fun to see the women un un-messit,
messit, un-messit, or mess it up more.
Sometimes when an illegal measure
has been partly passed in a commu community,
nity, community, you will hear some people say,
"They have spent so much money,
' we should let the deal go thru." But
you can't find any such cowardly and
mercenary, words in the .Declaration
of Independence.
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The Ocala Star must have been
thinking of old ex-Kaiser Bill when
it said, "Some people- are smart,
and some are toodamsmart. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune. ;
We'd temporarily- forgotten 4 Bill
Kaiser, Friend Trib; there are so
many fools nearer home.
When plasterers get $11 a day; the
job of the political mud-slinger 'does
not seem so attractive. -Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. .
All the houses jWill be plastered,
and all the plasterers gone to heaven
some time, friend Trib, but the mud
slingers will be here wnen Gabrile
toots his trump. i
A dispatch to the Times-Union
says the Florida. College forv Women
at Tallahassee has a total enrollment
of over GOO students for the ,coming
term. Among the new students are
Misses Sarah Dehon, Lucille Gissen Gissen-danger
danger Gissen-danger and Eva Theus of Ocala and
Miss Jessie Niblack ; of Dunnellon.
The boarding accommodations are
overcrowded and it is evident that the
school will have to have new buildings
in the near future.
The Jacksonville Observer is kick kicking
ing kicking on billboards. The billboard is
a nuisance, a blot on the scenery and
a sore to the eye. The only business
that has any right to have a billboard
is a theater, and that on its own
building. The Star recommends. that
the county commissioners and city
council have all others reduced to
firewood and used in the courthouse
and city hall. If all billboards in thi3
county were destroyed it would give
Marion an enviable distinction among
the counties of the 'nation.
- An exchange is kicking on the vio
lationjn its town of the law on' sell
ing cigarettes. The law is a fool law
boys who want to smoke are going
to smoke, '.and there is no way of
keeping them from obtaining cig
arette:C- But if our contemporary
wants to stop the selling of ; cigar
ettes to minors in its town,' let it send
a couple of its men out to watch the
places where cigarettes are sold
They can soon obtain evidence to have
a number of dealers hauled up and
fined. Then when a -boy wants cig
arettes, he will simply give an older
friend the money to buy the cigaret cigarettes
tes cigarettes for him. If men and boys -and
women want to smoke, they had bet better
ter better use cigarettes. They are cleaner
and less harmful than pines or cigars.
The Jacksonville Observer sums up
very neatly the great objection to the
twenty-million dollar,- bond amend
ment when it says: "Van Valken Valken-burgh,
burgh, Valken-burgh, secretary of the Florida State
Automobile Association is -working
hard to put over the proposed bonding
jvmpnilmAnf: IIp sums rm w ristkisv-r
voters if they can't' trust their legis
Iators at Tallahassee to handle the
funds honestly.- Well, no doubt the

voters could trust them, if they knew

who were to be in office every two j
years. Otherwise the voters can't j
very well give a blanket promise of
trust. You see,' Van Val, the voters
know something "bout -legislative
members who have been to Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee in the past. You don't know so
much, as you're a new comer to Flor Florida."
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There is one matter of great im importance
portance importance to the public health that
should be attended to at once. There
are' several 'people afflicted with tu tuberculosis,
berculosis, tuberculosis, able to be about and at attend
tend attend to business, and some with a
fair change to get well, but neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless able to communicate the disease
to others who might not get well.
They drink at the soda fountains with
everybody else, and there is no more
attention paid to their glasses than
to those of other people. Washing a
glass af a soda fountain consists of
a whirl under a ater jet and then
standing it upside down on a ridged
tin plate, for the water to run off. Of
course the rim of the glass touches
the ridges in places, and while the
washing is ample when the glass is
used by a healthy person, it is insuf insufficient
ficient insufficient when, used by a tuberculosis
patient. Now, some people afflicted
with tuberculosis are among our best,
and deserve the utmost consideration,
and we very much doubt their being
willing to put any of their danger off
or any one else. Dispensers of soft
drinks, first and foremost the drug drugstores,
stores, drugstores, should serve them with spec special
ial special glasses, and such, glasses should
be put apart, and cleansed with par particular
ticular particular care.' The Star- has been re requested
quested requested to call attention to this mat matter
ter matter and obtained the opinion of two
of the city's leading physicians before
speaking of it.
That bunch of Tennessee legisla legislators
tors legislators who went to-Alabama in the at attempt
tempt attempt to baffle the victory for equal
suffrage in their state acted very
foolishly. ; They may delay the mat matter,
ter, matter, but can't stop it. They can't
stay away long, the other members
of the house should declare their
seats vacant and go on with busi business.'
ness.' business.' Equal suffrage is practically
decided ; we want to see it put in
practice as soon as possible. Twenty Twenty-nine;
nine; Twenty-nine; years ago about half- the mem members
bers members of the Florida senate ran away
to Georgia, to try to prevent the elec election
tion election of Senator Call." They didn't pre prevent
vent prevent it, brought : on themselves only
ridicule, and they gave Chipley's sup
porters in Ahe state a setback they
never got. over. Nobody can win a
victory or lessen a defeat by, running
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OBSERVATIONS

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So many very -poor people have i
nothing but money. That s the very
reason why they can't break into
some high circles. Brains and char character,
acter, character, for instance are two of the
few things' money cannot buy. (It
generally takes brains and character
to make money, sister. Editor).
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"You can't sing life's sweetest
scng3 until you dwell among the
shawod.3,' writes one of our most
brilliant men. "Had you noticed, that
the mocking birds sings the sweetest
in the dead of night 2 "'he continues!
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; Over in Lake county we observed
concrete fence posts. If these posts
will stand up under the "music" of
our Florida dampness, we are for
them forever in preference .to any
other, inspite of the, fact that they
look like graveyard trimming.
The most valuable system is a
good nervous system.
There is no higher rank than that
of a worker." No title can ever malce
a loafer a nobleman.
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A fellow may honk his auto horn
till the crack of doom, but unless he
steers wisely, trouble wilF occur.
.Lots of our young people fall in
love because they are just as foolish
as older people.
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Isn't it funny how a pretty girl is
eagerly listened to even tho she may
say 'nothing when she talks?
There are a few men in Ocala, and
maybe in some other towns too,, who
are not as anxious to have their
waves forgive their sins, as they are
to have them forget them.
The boys of this town need never
think for one tiny second that be because
cause because a girl happens to catch them
looking at them, that they imagine
they are trying to flirt with them.
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Little Dan Cupid says that one rea reason
son reason most girls-et married is that
they don't know my better.
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There's a bachelor in .Ocala who
has just 't scads of cold cash, and the
girls say that all the smiles in the
world, they believe, could not make
an impression on his marble heart.
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A. "man may smile and bid you well,
yet wish you were with the devil, but
when a dog wags his tail you know
he is on the level..
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A trained nurse as W1 understand
it, is not necessarily a person who
can juggle eggs and stand on her
head. I
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With the present condition of our
roads, when a tourist halts a native
and inquires' the distance between
points, it should be given to him in
hours.
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Mr. Harding says "America needs a
baptism in righteousness and a new
consecration in morality." i America
has enough of both to put Jimmy Cox
in the-' White House. He will lead the
country back to the paths of ; old
stands of honesty so juick it will
knock the last button off Bill's coat
There is no more powerful or ben
eficial institution in our city than the.
Sunday schools. 1 A Sunday school is
the, one place of instruction which
sends hundreds of new members into
the church ; each year. To those of
us who attended Sunday school in
our youth a flood of memories rise
when we recall the sincerity and
prayeiful ardor with which our eld
ers devoted themselves to our relig
ious advancement. It was "Old Time
Religion" : in those days, and a good
man in a .community stood out and
apart. It behooves all in this mod modern
ern modern day to consider the interests of
our Sunday schools alongside the in interests
terests interests of our public schools, since
What kind of flowers are the house housewives
wives housewives of the : city planning to plant
this season? Ocala should foe known
for the beauty ,of its flowers, as well
as for its famous founts of sparkling
waters and abundance of gorgeous
shrubbery.
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the paramount feature is the develop development
ment development of the child, one from a mental
standpoint with other things second secondary,
ary, secondary, while the other holds with a
single eye the moral advancement of
its youthful members.
Some people live on the motto:
"Do nothing today that you can leave
for, tomorrow." The things one leaves
undone today as they pass along, in
all probability will never be done.
Therefore never miss an opportunity
to make others happy by carrying a
cheerful disposition, a hearty good
wilt and by extending a helping hand
wherever opportunity offers.; A per person
son person never passes over this "winding
way of life but once and they should
at least leave fond recollections
among those with whom they come in
contact, that their declining years
may be sweeter and a per cent of the
world at least be glad for the life you
have lived, on the one-way road.
A cow until she reaches the butcher
shop is nature's gift to man, and then
the tables are turned and she gives
us hash and stew and slumgullion,
and only the butcher knows ; what
else. However, the cow as an animal
is not to be scoffed at. She gives us
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chicken croquettes. A farmer who
knows says you must not ever judge
a cow by her expression, neither
must you judge a cow by the butcher
she-associates with, fie further says,
that unlike human beings, a Cow does
not get better after she is killed, but
grows worse, and when her soul is
on the wee jee board (the butcher's
block) she is sure one fine highway highwayman.
man. highwayman. V:
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If any one things Marion county is
not interested in citrus growing, just
take a census of her business men.
A stranger will find that the major majority
ity majority of. them are the owners of groves
of one kind or another, peach, pecan
or orange, and many times all three.
COWS, JERSEYS AND GRADES
Fine one just fresh, heifer calf.
Milks over four gallons. Also pure
bred heifer to freshen in few days.
Plenty of young stock.- V.
Call or telephone,
R. L. ANDERSON,. ;
8-6-tf ,' Law Library Building
OCALA LODGE NO. 288. B P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y- Miller, E. R R-E.
E. R-E. J. Crook, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIO LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, P. & 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. M.
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. - ".-'''
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD. AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am' Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm v Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tampa-. -"',.
2:15 am Manatee- : 4:05 pm
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1 ;35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE E. K.
Leave Arrire
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:S5 pra
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2 :43 am SiuPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35.pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am punellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa : 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
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Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
i Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires
Let usprove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hund-?
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The board of county coriixaissioa coriixaissioa-ers
ers coriixaissioa-ers of Marion county will receive bids
at their ofUce in the Marion county
rcrt house, September 8th, 1920, fcr
overseers'; to work the pub!::; reads
and, bridges in the Several commis-
sioner3. districts, in accordance with
Chapter No. 8111, Acts of 1919.
The bos.rd reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any or all bid3.
J -. O. II. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest, P. II. Nugent, Clerk. 8-7 -tf
When you want a really high class
candy, try SIRRON chocolate covered
nuts and i!ruit3. Sold in Ocala by the
Court Pharmacy. 17-tf

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partment department please phone 255.
Mis3 Lily Frost left yesterday for
Tybee Beach for a two weeks vacation.

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of fresh seeds for fall
now in. Ocala Seed
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Miss Rena
day from a
Atlanta.

Smith returned Satur Satur-short
short Satur-short business trip to

Miss Landis Priest, who has been
visiting relatives in Morriston, has
returned home.

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

Mrs. McRae and daughter, Janet,
left yesterday for Thomasville, Ga.,
to visit relatives.

Miss Edith Hines, who has been
visiting her uncle, Mr. J. W. Akin, left
Saturday for her home in Braden Braden-town.
town. Braden-town. .

Mrs. S. R. Whaley and daughter,
Miss Olive Whaley, who spent last

week at the Ocean View, Pablo Beach,

with the former's sisters. Misses
Whittie and Hattie Lou Dickison of
Madison, returned to Madison with
the latter for a week's visit.

Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed

store.

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Capt. F. E. Weihe, after a short
visit to Yalaha, Clearwater and St.
Petersburg,, returned Saturday to
finish his vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe. Mrs.
Weihe will remain for a while with
her parents, Rev. and Mis. L. W.
Moore in Clearwater.

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Sundaes, Pineapple Nut Sundaes and
Ice Cream Soda. Court Pharmacy, tf

Sugared pecans in one-pound boxes.
They're delicious. Court Pharmacy, tf
Mrs. G. A. Carmichael has return returned
ed returned home from a pleasant summer
spent in Alabama with relatives and
friends.

The Epworth League has a splendid
service last evening led by Miss
Mamie Ruth Sanders.' Quite a num number
ber number took part. Miss Isabel Davis
sang sweetly "Face to Face" and Miss
Lyndal Mathews played a violin solo.
The league also had charge of the
church hour and the members acquit acquitted
ted acquitted themselves admirably, each de de-partmetn
partmetn de-partmetn outling its I work. Mrs.
Manly ; led the singing with Mrs.
Moremen as accompanist. Mr. Carroll
Fraser reported the work of the
league in general and Vice President

j John Cook presided, in the absence of

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Quarries: Live Oali and Ofus, Fla.

Mrs. W. H. Jackson left today for
her home in Tampa after a pleasant
visit to her aunt, Mrs. William Hock Hock-er,
er, Hock-er, nd family.
, Just say Banana Split and get the
best delicacy you ever 'tasted.' The
Court Pharmacy."' 17-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith and

children, who have had a delightful
outing at Daytona and Clearwater

beaches, have returned home. .

Mrs. E. M. Harp of Bradentown,

who has been the guest of her mother,

Mrs. N..E. Priest, left Saturday for
a visit to relatives fn Morriston.

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. 17-tf
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50c Arbiickles Coffee, per pounds-. 42e
GOc Seal Brand Coffee, per pound l ..05c
55c Our Own Coffee, per pound. S0e
Pints Vesson's Oil ,. Zlc
Quarts Wesson's OiL ,...7Gc
Plantation Style Breakfast Bacon, per Lb.. .20c
Kingan's 'Special Breakfast Bacon, per Lb.Qe
Lard Compound, per pound 22c
Van Camp's Evaporated Milk, tall ...Mc
Van Camp's. M 44 baby...;...r07c
Borden's 4 4t tall 14c
Everyday 44 44 baby 07c
S't. Elmo Condensed Milk .20c
One-half lb. tins Premium Tuna.... -.Sic
Canned Tomatoes, Florida, 2 cans...... 2c
Wax Wing Brand Corn 17c
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BUILDER

. Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

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

For All Kinds of
BRICK' AND CONCRETE WORK,
LATHING, PLASTERING, ETC.
Repair Work a Specialty
WM. A. TmSMAN, OCALA.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

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

ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Miss Jocie' Parrish and Miss Julia

Meadows of Anthony, who have been

the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Bas Bas-kin
kin Bas-kin in Dunhellonj returned home yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.

Only the highest grade ingredients

are used in our fountain i rinks, sun sundaes
daes sundaes and ice cream soda. The Court
Pharmacy. '. 17-tf

-Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee and daugh

ter, Elizabeth, returned Saturday

from a pleasant week's visit to Pablo

Beach, where they were guests of the

Ocean View hotel.

Mr. Fred W. Ball is enjoying a visit

from his mother, Mrs R. H. Ball of
Georgia, she having returned through
the country with him from spending

his vacation at 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
3tou want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to

2:30 p. m;. 17-tf

Mr. J. F. Mead, assistant general

freight agent of the Coast Line, aft after
er after being the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Cameron for a few days, has

returned to Jacksonville."

" All hats at' greatly reduced prices

at the Affleck Millinery Parlor. Mak Making
ing Making room for new ftock arriving
daily. No. Ill E; Broadway, two
doors from Western Union. 3tdlyltw

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company.. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
"Mr. and Mrs. II. McNealy, who
have been making their home at St.
Petersburg, have arrived in Ocala and
will make this city their home. They
have apartments in the Yonge build building.
ing. building. -
A meeting will be held at the
Baptist church this evening at eight
o'clock by the young women of the
Philathea class. Thesemeetings are
both helpful and interesting. All
young wome nare invited to attend.

. Smith House, just remodeled. Rooms
w ith or without bath. Nice cool dining
room. Reasonable rates. Special rate3
for meals by the week. No. 310 North
Main St. Phone 2G0. 23-lra

v Get the habit of calling phone 243
when you. want high class fresh meats
and groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 213. 27-tf

Mr. and Mrs. George K. Robinson
returned home Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Robinson from Inverness v and
Mrs. Robinson from Akron, Ohio,
where she has been the guest of her
son-in-law and daughter,. Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Schreiber.

Mrs.

Donald Schreiber, who has

been quite ill at her home in Youngs Youngs-town,
town, Youngs-town, Ohio, has now entirely recover recovered
ed recovered her health and her many friends
here will be delighted to learn that
she escaped having typhoid fever,
which it was at first feared she had
contracted.

(Published by Request)
Passing all bounds in arrogance

and lured on by the Jgnus fatuus of
unlimited graft and power, union (la-

bor leaders are riding to a hard fall

and seem likely to carry with them
the entire structure of organized la labor,
bor, labor, which in its inception had many

admirable aims and doubtless has ac

complished some good things for its

members, of a constructive charac

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All over the land, from Austin,

Texas, to Wausaw, Wis., from At

lanta, Ga., to the state of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, cities are organizing their indus

tries to fight the closed shop and

maintain the open shop.

One city says in its announcement

of this policy: "The open shop. is a

plan wunout discrimination ana ac

cords to every man and woman who

labers for a living, the constitutional
right to work and live as he or she

chooses to live, restricted only to con

form to the laws of the Jand, which

express the majority will of society."
- The demands of unions have be become
come become a boomerang which is on its re

turn trip and is striking the thrower
with tremendous, force. Various or

ganizations are being forced by in

dustrial concerns to .uphold the right

of all to work and cf employers to

conduct their own business without

dictation from grafting labor leaders

who care, nothing for the, worker as

long as they are able to extort tribute

from the employer. They have pro protected
tected protected merchants and manufacturers
against union boyebts, have ; found

workmen to use materials banned by

the unions and have striven success

fully in every way to render of no ef

fect the ill designed'efforts of power
mad leaders.

The child building his blocks into a

tower gets on famously until a last
block carries" the center of gravity

outside the base and his structure

falls. "

Labor leaders, drunk with power,
unmindful of the power of public

opinion, are putting on 'the blocks

that will crash their tower to th

ground. Already it is rocking peril

ously. ;'

General attention is being called as

never before to the injustice of de demands
mands demands now being made and people

who formerly had no interest in labor

organizations are becoming informed

as to the real facts, as a result being
willing to back, up whatever move movement
ment movement is started to curb and destroy

the strangle-hoid on industry.

The former open shop is fast be

coming in self-defense a closed shop;

closed against the union worker who
is becoming an undesirable factor in

any organization. That he is a mem member
ber member of a body dominated-by a few

leaders, elected and continued in of

fice in most cases by a slugging crew,
a body in which the "rank and file ord-

irarily have practically no. voice, is

recognized and large numbers of
present members of unions welcome
the liberation from irksome control
and turn to their duties with renewed
interest when the real open shop i3
offered them and fear of the union is
removed. ... : .- ;
It has been an anomolou3 situation,
a labor oligarchy in a free country, a
Frankenstein taking toll of its creat creators
ors creators and held under the-hand of the
grafter and despot whose satellites
with fist and gun have demanded and
received obedience.
The spread of the movement to.
make, city after city free and to es establish
tablish establish the open shop is being watch watched
ed watched with interest as it is succeeding
wherever attempted. The ? largest
centers where the cancer of unionism
has been of long standing and i3 high highly
ly highly organized still resists assaults but
they will fall in time. 'New York dty
is now successfully breaking the hold
of unions engaged in trucking and
allied labor and other things will fol follow.

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Don't forget the DANCE at Com Commercial
mercial Commercial hall, over Commercial Bank,
Tuesday (evening, August 24th. 23 2t
ODD FELLOWS
LATEST LOCALS
you decide to keep it its yours there
is nothing more to pay. This offer
applies to every one, both students
and grown folks, but there will only
be a limited number given away .on
this plan.
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CONDITIONS
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to give three years' satisfactory ser
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Temperature this morning'. 73; this
afternoon, 93.
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In order to introduce this wonder wonderful
ful wonderful new pen into every locality we
make this wonderful offer: Simply
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Mary McDowell has joined
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F F-meets
meets F-meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
tfort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
-isiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill. N. G.
H. JL Laffman, Secretary.
Students Busy Preparing for Open
her mother at Daytona Beach.
ing of Schools
Send your name today (a postal t
- send your name and address no
. Every school child and college money and we will send the pen by
student should have a good Fountain j parcel post, prepaid. When it comes,
Pen. The "M. T. Parker Special" is merely deposit 93 cents with the post post-the
the post-the ideal pen. for the student as well man to .help pay for advertising, box box-as
as box-as for the grown folks. It is a med-' ing, etc. If you are not satisfied,
will do) so as to be sure and get one. j
Address the M. E. Parker Co., Dept. i
Mrs. Mary Sh'eppard i3 in the cjty
from Daytona, visiting her daughter,
Mrs. R. J. Perkins.
B, 231 Haywood St., Asheville, N. C.
Adv. 3t-eod

lAiss Madge Pedrick is home from
a pleasant visit to her brother and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Pedrick, in
Jacksonville.
Mr. W. W. Clyatt returned today
from Asheville, looking hale and
hearty. Mrs. Clyatt will remain a
few weeks longer.

Something to sell? Advertise U

Miss Myrtle Brinson, who now re resides
sides resides with her parents in Tallahassee,
is an Ocala visitor, the guest of ber
friend, Miss Pearl Fausett.
Mrs. Eugene Rivers of Tallahassee,
arrived in Ocala last Friday and will
be the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Moore for ten days.'

N. A. Ru3ell of Ocala was among
the well known visitors from Marion
county mingling business with pleas
ure in the city yesterday for several
hours. Tampa Tribune.
Don't forget the DANCE at Com Commercial
mercial Commercial hall, over Commercial Bank,
Tuesday evening, August 24th. 23 2t
The item about Mr. and Mrs. John
Needham's little daughter was mud muddled
dled muddled up Saturday. The little girl is
named Ruby Maria Ruby after her
mother and Maria after Mr. Need Need-ham's
ham's Need-ham's mother. '"
Don't forget the lecture free to all
members of the K. of P., their rela relatives
tives relatives and friends, at the K. of P. hall
tonight. Everybody is interested in
Palestine, and this lecture will cast
new light, on that famous land.
Mrs. J. Oliver Brison and mother,
Mtc T XV Poarcnn lff tndav fnr
Jacksonville, where they will be the
guests .of Sirs. "Gay Livingston. Mrs.
Brison will sail Thursday for New
York and will join Mr. Brison in Wil Wilmington,
mington, Wilmington, Del, next week. ; Mrs. Pear Pearson
son Pearson will remain in Jacksonville with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Livingston for some time yet.
There was a small battle down in
the fourth ward Saturday night. A
negro named Henry Spikes went to
the home of Eliza Green and encaged'
in a Ehotgun battle her son Ernest
Green. By rights they should have
shot each other to pieces, but instead
they missed each other and one,
Suikes it is supposed, hit a small boy
by the name of George Green who
was an innocent. George was hit in
the head by a load of shot. He is in
the' colored hospital. Spikes and
Ernest Green are in jail, waiting to
tee whether George dies or not.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S3. B. P. O, E.
Ocala Lodge No. 236, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge roomj
upstairs over Troxler's and the Bock
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y IXiHcr, E. IV
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
R. A, MASON3
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. ra. -II.
S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
What have you to sell or trade 7
; Farm .: Implements Show
Features? At -'.Stated Fairi
Latest Mode! cf Farm Machinery of
aU Kinds on Display ,
Jacksonville. No display cf prod
ueta of the soil would ha complete in
Us educational value' if unaccompan unaccompanied
ied unaccompanied by a showing cf -implements beat
adapted to the production of prise prise-winning
winning prise-winning crops.
Hence the State Fair ia' Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Nov. 1S-27, will devote consid considerable
erable considerable space to displays of the very
latest models of ail sorts of farm ma
chinery, including tractors, trucks,
harvesting machines adaptable to Flor Florida
ida Florida crops, tilling machinery and labor
caving devices of various kinds.
A' large plot of ground has been pro provided
vided provided for the actual demonstration of
the?e Implements, so that the visiting
farmer may see in actual operation
just how the particular machine. In
which he is interested, would work oa
hi3 own land. These machinery dersi dersi-.onstratlons
.onstratlons dersi-.onstratlons are of the greatest value
to Florida farmers, and It Is In the
realization cf this fact that the State
T&lr has provided ample facilities for
.the thorough demonstration of the
new models.
The value of being able to compare
the work of the various types at one
time and place will be readily recogr recogr-nized
nized recogr-nized by the man who Is contemplat contemplating
ing contemplating the purchase of a machine, but 13
undecided on the type best adapted to
hi3 use. Without a comparative dem demonstration
onstration demonstration he is working more or less
la the dark, having to depend almost
entirely on the judgment of the sales salesman
man salesman who is naturally prejudiced.
This is another service rendered by
your State Fair it helps you select
the most satisfactory and economical
eauipment.
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JL car owners .of this country have as
high quality standards as any other class
of motorists Whenever you want to see
this proven out, you have only to watch
how they come to gfood tires, when they
are given an opportunity to get at them.
What some dealers seem to overlook
are. the Reasons which have led most of
the small car owners to buy their cars
In building; tires for the small car,
the United States Rubber Company ex
ercises as much care, as much thought, as
much supervision, as if they were in intended
tended intended to go on the most expensive cars
,.-in the country '
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manufacture Putting the whole weight
pf its varied experience behind them
Never cheapening their quality on the
mistaken theory that a man's intelligence
can be judged by thw length of his car's
wheel base x v .

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RATES SLx Iir;e. maxlmui or.a
itiine, 25c; three times, 5C'c; eIx timfs
75c.; one month, ?3. ray able in atS-
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FOU SALE Planing mill, re-niilltcgr
plant. Central Florida. Dry kiln,
high school Woods matcher, I.Ier I.Ier-shon
shon I.Ier-shon sixty-inch band re?:av, timber
fcizer, live rolls, stock f.hc-d3, po'.ver,
steam and electric motors. The only
lumber business in town of COGU
people.' Plenty of timber beln ;it
but one hundred and fifty F.av.T.-.fih
nearby. Rare epportunty. Addre:2,
"Owner,". care Ocala Star. 23-tf
UADSOCK'S .VOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. PVir.c
1140.
FOR SALE Ten head of mule?;. YvMl
exchange for cattle,-proat?. or thct-p.
J. M. Sieffert. Ocala, Ha. 4-tf V
WILL ERECT IIOUSE To ehII or
lease or will convert our upstair3.
into flat with two-year .-ae. Max
Fkhel. 14-121
FOIl SALE About COO fet-t 3-foot
. poultry fencing, a bargain. Inquire
of L. II. Pillans cr ;.Ii?3 ICdlia
Stevens. lu-tf
LAKE YEIR Two comi.let.cly fur
nished cottages. for salo at Wo-j-1-mar,
Eastlake; runnmg water,
bathroom, toilet, acetyl- g-cs, tvso
bedrooms in each house. For prI-,3
and particulars, apply to DuviJ S.
VToodrow, Box 581. Ocla. Fia.
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LOST DOG $10 reward for return
to T. E. Bridges. Small 2-Ucr bitch,
brown and white, half tail v.hlte;
name Sue; about three years old.
T. E. Erid-fes. lC-tf
FOR SALE Most desirable corner
lot for residence on South Seeoad
street, or 13 large enou::h for t'.vo
full sized building lots. If inter interested,
ested, interested, address Box CZJ. 18-Ct
WANTED One 12-gau?e Reming
ton automatic shotgun.
s.t be
in good condition. Adur?:: P. O.
Box 119, city. 21-Ct
FOR RENT Furnished hou?e. Ap
ply to C. A. Holloway, 7iT Lime St.,
Ocula, phone CT8. S.J-Cs
GOOD TASTE IN A MONUMENT
is a3 much as requisite as artistic de design
sign design and execution. It is found in'
every memorial txore we erect
Whether the stone ehtw.n t3 cf ths
simplest or the mo.-.t ornate de.:e:;p de.:e:;p-tion
tion de.:e:;p-tion it wxl Islways be within ths
bc;nd3 of good taste if ordered here.
Book of designs shown any th io any anywhere.
where. anywhere. 4
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