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OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26. 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 205
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Verily,' the Sisters Have Run the
Steam Roller Over Us Help Helpless
less Helpless Men
, (Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 26. The procla proclamation
mation proclamation announcing officially that. the
suffrage amendment has been ratified
was signed by Secretary of State
Colby at his h6me at 8 o'clock today.
The document was signed when the
certificate from Governor Roberts
wa3 received, that Tennessee had rati ratified
fied ratified the amendment, and the an announcement
nouncement announcement was made of Secretary
Colby's arrival at his office. The suf suffragists
fragists suffragists who waited far into the
night for the proclamation were again
on hand at the state department early
today.-:-" -.-":, : -::.:-;:'".
SIR AUCKLAND GEDDES
SCORES THE BOLSHEVIKI
English Diplomat Tells the American
Bar Association They are the
St. Louis, Aug. 25. The bolsheviki
were pictured as enemies of democ democracy,
racy, democracy, of Lincoln's ideal of govern government
ment government of the people, by the people, in
an address by Sis Auckland Geddes,
delivered before the American Bar
Association's annual convention here
today. The British ambassador de declared
clared declared that the bolsheviki were the
real reactionaries endeavoring to es establish
tablish establish a privileged class called the
proletariat; to force on society a
great idea, regardless of whether
society wanted it.
Sir Auckland declared that Great
Britain and the United States "are
co-trustees for humanity that the
theory and practice of democracy
shall not suffer distortion or dimuni dimuni-tion
tion dimuni-tion in spite of avalanches of assault
loosened upon it by its enemies." He
said that democracy should be pro
tected from the attacks of "all who
desire to benefit humanity ; through
some great idea of incalculably-good,
by all. who as individuals seek for
themselves privileges over .their fel fellows
lows fellows and deny the equality of men be before
fore before the law."-
Sir Auckland defined the idea of
government that constitutes the prec precious
ious precious heritage for which the two na nations
tions nations are co-trustees as being: "First,
that the revelation of the divine will
is made to' man through the under understanding
standing understanding of all men; second, that
this can be expressed in laws made
by the people for the governance of
the executive officers -Whom they' ap appoint,
point, appoint, as well as for the maintenance
of national discipline among them themselves."
selves." themselves." Sir Auckland said that Lincoln
'best epitomized the best form of gov government
ernment government -the human race had been
able to devise as "by the people, for
the people," but, he added "I wonder
how many realize What a tremendous
revolution, this relatively new idea is
producing in all human relationships,
or even how new the idea itself is and
how little it has been tested. Only
a trifling minority of the peoples of
the world undertsand it. I doubt if
even in Europe there is a majority
which supports it. certainly there is
not a majority which understands it.
I would like to be convinced that
there was a majority really under understanding
standing understanding in favor of it in the British
Isles.' '''.:." i ':.-.:'--'
"If the idea is to continue without
a serious sethark. wt nponlf who he
lieve in it have to stand firmly to together
gether together for there are powerful forces
opposed to it. So far as we know,
the millions of Asia have opposed the
idea throughout all their history, al
though a small number of Asiatics
are now loud in it3 support. Islam
necessarily is opposed to : it. The
bolsheviki are naturally violently op
posed to it. ; So too is everyone who
has what he regards as a big idea or
great principle of incalculable good
which he or she wishes to force upon
the people whether they wish it or no
, "Theocracy and autocracy, forceful
application of the big idea, inevitably
lead to inequality before the law and
so to tyranny, revolution and chaos
or to decadence, conquest and chaos
That way lies no hope. Let the bol-
sheiki and their supporters in al
lands prate as they will of reaction
aries and imperialists. They, them
selves are the reactionaries. : Their
admitted doctrine is' to establish a
privileged class which they call the
proletariat but they mean by that
term a select body of their own sup
porters. Their Whole creed is to force
on society a great idea which has
been revealed to them and to them
alone; and, like it or dislike it, society
is to swallow it whole and that is
nothing but pure theocracy. 1
' "We have to maintain the heritage
of freedom against assault from with
in and without,, the priceless heritage
of a great idea now in danger from
its popularity. Even its enemies try
to conceal their : actions behind its
"Vrnatever cu;cumes mignt arise
The Evidence he Totes in His Breast
. Pocket as his Train Speeds
Enroute with Cox, Aug. 2G. -Gov.
Cox is traveling towards Pittsburg
to deliver an address promising t to
disclose evidence of a republican fund
exceeding $15,000,000. The governor
is planning to make his address from
breast pocket collection he said con
tained convincing proof.
OO MUCH RAIN IN
A KANSAS TOWN
Topeka, Kansas, is flooded and
many of the residents are marooned
in their homes as a result of a 10-
MRS. SCnULZ WAS
THE WOMAN MURDERED
, (Associated Press)
Grantwood, N. J., Aug. 26. The
body of the young woman slain in
Grantwood woods yesterday vwas
identified today as that of Mrs.
Blanche Schulz, the wife of Frank
Schulz, a rapid transit company em
ploye. Schulz said his wife left home
to visit friends in New Jersey Satur
, INTERESTING SPORT
Belleview, Aug. 25 "Clay pigeons"
nd "clay birds" so long have been
the popular designations for the tar
gets used for trapshooting that it is
doubtful if one man in fifty is aware
hat not an ounce of clay enters into
their make-up, while the dear ladies
may be more easily pardoned for
imagining that the targets resemble
birds arid for not knowing, as a mat
er of fact, that they are merely
round, brittle saucers, which, if need
be, make first class ash trays.:
'Here'iri this attractive spot, where
the Belleview Gun and Rod Club re
cently introduced trapshooting, prac-
ically all of the gunners shared the
prevailing ; notion that the targets
were composed largely of baked clay
until one of the winter residents as
serted to the contrary arid inquiry
was instituted that definitely settled
the point and brought out some inter
esting facts concerning the origina
tion of the saucers and the history of
rap shooting as a sport.
Instead of clay, it was learned that
the targets are made of pitch and
ashes and powdered limestone. ,)It is
nearly forty years since a real "clay
pigeon": was manufactured; jt t was
moulded of. red clay and baked in a
brick oven but the cost was too high
and it passed into the discard and by
a process of .evolution the present
saucers or disks attained their places.
Not infrequently, in print and out of
it, they are referred to"a3 "bluerocks"
or "white-flyers," thdse who use
hose terms being unaware that they
are trade names for particular brands
of targets just! as much as "casca "casca-rets
rets "casca-rets or "coca-cola" are manufactur
ers' designations in their special
Trapshooting dates from the early
0's when the once plentiful wild pig
eon having become practically ex
tinct, the wholesale slaughter of the
domestic bird at public tournaments
caused such an outcry that it became
necessary to find a substitute. The
glass ball was the immediate ; result.
There were plain glass balls; balls
filled with feathers and balls filled
with charcoal dust; also there were
mechanical metal targets which when
hit dropped a tag or disk attached to
a short chain. Clean trapshooting
devoid of cruelty then began and will
forever be associated with such eagle-
eyed gunners as Col. Bogardus, Dr.
Carver and Annie Oakley, who tour toured
ed toured the country giving exhibitions of
their skill. ? The : baked red clay
pigeon" followed the glass ball and
the so-called Peoria blackbird, a mix mix-tuer
tuer mix-tuer of coal tar and gypsum, followed
the clay bird which in the early 80
gave way to the present ; limestone
saucers to which the term "clay pig
eon'? so persistently and so erroneous
ly has remained attached. It is quite
plain that a new descriptive name is
sadly needed and will meet with a
. All of our 36-inch. DOMESTIC re reduced.
duced. reduced. FISHEL'S. 18-3t
between our nations, I believe noth nothing
ing nothing is more important than this, that
you and we stand together to defend
the hard won hope of mankind that
through law made by the people for
their own discipling, man will at last
escape from the toils that have snared
the feet of his ancestors and will
have taken a great stride toward so-
lution of the problem how he shall
live in communities in peace and or-
Chicago's Crack, Baseball Team Will
Play in Harding's Front Yard
Marion, Aug. 26. The Chicago
Cubs will do their bit for Harding's
front porch campaign' by playing a
free exhibition game here September
2nd with, the local team, it was an announced
nounced announced today. ;
' The republican nominee spent the
day conferring with the various party
leaders. : S
We have all books required for this
term. Please order what you need
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FARM NOTES BY
THE COUNTY AGENT
The statement has been made that
only one family out of three in Mar Marion
ion Marion county has a milk cow. This is
badly wrong. Instead, there; should
be one to three on every farrn. True,
some people do not care for milk and
butter and for them the keeping of a
cow; would be a useless undertaking.
But every child can and should be
taught to use milk and its products
because of their value as food and be because
cause because of the important place the cow
holds on the farm as a producer of
cheap 'human food. Next to la good
garden, nothing .will contribute more,
to c the living of the farm family than
a good cow. She is a faithful servant
and with a little assistance will give
man) the v most nearly perfect food
that he can get. It will help us to
realize what a wonderful producer of
food she is to consider that a yield
of two gallons of rich milk a day for
twelve' months, or 700 gallons, con contain
tain contain as much food value as is found
in a 1500-pound steer a Arid 1 a cow
that gives lessthan-this is not a
profitable one, where milk is bought
according to its j butter fat content.
Ariy time is a good time to buy a
inilk cow. Every farm should have
at least two; one to freshen in the fall
and the other to freshen in the spring
so that there will be an assurance of
milk every day in the year.
One of the things that prevents' the
northern farmer ; being impressed
with bur section is the t dilapidated
condition of many of 'the farm build buildings.
ings. buildings. Being accustomed to painted
homes, barns and fences he is forcib forcibly
ly forcibly struck with the lack of -paint, on
our farms and is at a loss to under understand
stand understand why so few painted buildings
are to be seen. In the face of the
facts given him, as to the productive productiveness
ness productiveness of our soils, and the big crops
that we raise, -he returns home dis discouraged
couraged discouraged and feeling that something
is very much wrong. He fails to con
sider the fault is not with the soil.
Our fanners have got in the habit of
letting their buildings go unpainted
largely because lumber has always
been cheap until the war and they did
not feel the necessity of painting to
preserve the buildings as the north northern
ern northern farmer, living in a prairie coun country
try country where all building material had
to be shipped in at a big cost. The
war, tho, has brought a change in the
lumber situation and this building
material will never again be cheap.
In ten years, it is estimated that 95
per cent of all the sawmills in the
South will be out of business on ac
count of lack of timber. It will pay
every man now to keep his wooden
buildings painted. Let's have a paint
up campaign, both for the sake of
ecoriomy and for the sake of. appear
Soy beans have proven in several
instances a failure, in this county. In
each case, tho, they were on good
hammock land and very probably
failed because of an excess of am
monia. We have seen splendid crops
of this plant all the way from" Pen Pen-sacola
sacola Pen-sacola to the everglades and feel sure
that the poor results in this section
are not due to unfavorable climatic
conditions. It must be that phos
phate,- or potash, was lacking in the
plant food, or possibly both were de
ficient.4 On the thinner soils and other
land that was fertilized with a com
plete fertilizer, the crop has been
successful. Also, inoculation of the
seed with the nitrogen-fixing bac
teria may be necessary when planted
on land that has never grown this
crop. Wm. A. Sessoms,
$5.95 SHOES $5.95
Walkover and Robert Johnson &
Rand, two famous brands of ladies'
and men's oxfords and pumps. See
jour display and make your selection
while our stock is full of complete
sizes. Regular $8 and $10 alues for
j $5.95. B. Goldman. "Why Pay
I More?" 26-3tltw
Poles Capture Ostrolenka and Pre
pare for Attacks on All
London, Aug. 26. The Poles cap
tured Ostrolenka fortress, 22 miles
southwest of Lomza after hard fight fighting
ing fighting and forced a passage of the Na Na-rew
rew Na-rew river, a Central News Warsaw
official statement says.
POLES WELL POSTED
Warsaw, Aug. .26. Soviet reserves
are reported being brought: up in
great numbers from the southern
ront. Information is in the hands
of Polish General Haller that the re reserves
serves reserves some distance behind the bol bol-shevist
shevist bol-shevist northern front are also being
pushed forward. Military observer!
are speculating on the possibility
hat the Russians may launch an at at-ack
ack at-ack on the central front. Meanwhile
the Poles recount continues successes,
claiming that the fifteenth and rem-
nants of the fourth bolshevik armies
have : been surrounded and that the
re-grouped Soviets are making re repeated
peated repeated attacks at various places to
break the surrounding cordon.
SOVIET WITHDRAWS A DEMAND
London, Aug. 26.- The Soviets re
plying to the note of Balfour, lord
president of the council, agreed to
withdraw the peace condition that
Poland porvide arms for workmen's
militia of 200,000 men for Poland.
TAKES MUCH TALK
Warsaw, Aug. 26. The head of the
Polish peace mission has been called
to Brest-Litovsk by the Polish gov government
ernment government for. a conference.!
We do not claim that EVER WEAR
HOSIERY NEVER WEAR out, but
we do claim that EVER WEAR will
endear them to you. Agency at
FISHEL'S ' 18-3t
,- (Associated Press)
Washington, August 26.-Gordon.
Woodbury of New Hampshire, has
been appointed assistant secretary of
he navy, succeeding Franklin D.
Roosevelt, the vice presidential nom
WISH THEM JOY
BUTVHO ARE TOEY?
; V. (Associated Press)
.Delmonte, Calif, Aug. 26. Assist
ant United: States Attorney General
Howard E. Figg has obtained a li license
cense license to marry Miss Edith Strauss,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Strauss of New YorkM
"Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,
gnats and other insects; 25 cents the
bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. ; tf
SHORTAGE OF FUEL
IN NORTH CAROLINA
Washington, Aug. 26. A North
Carolina delegation appealed to the
Interstate Commerce Commission to today
day today to relieve the fuel shortage in
North Carolina, which they said was
SULLIVAN PROVED NOT
A STRONG SWIMMER
Dover, England, Aug.: 26. Henry
Sullivan, an American, was taken
from the water ten miles from the
French coast this morning after an
unsuccessful all-night attempt to
swim the English channeL Sullivan
was unconscious, the report says.
"A-head".of style are the HATS
gotten from FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Traer, Iowa, Aug. 26. James Wil
son, former secretary of agriculture,
died at his home here today.
BEGIN TnEIR FLIGHT
Nome, Aug. 26. Three army air
planes began the return flight to
Mineola, N. Y., today. :
Late fall styles in young men's
CAPS. Solod greens and browns, also
plaid designs. FISHEL'S.: 18-3t
FROM THE FRYING PAN
INTO THE FIRE
Berlin. Aug. 26, It is estimated
that 60,000 soviet soldiers have cross
ed into Germany so far. 1
All hats at greatly reduced prices
at the Affleck Millinery Parlor. Mak
ing room for new stock arriving
daily. No. Ill East Broadway, two
doors from Western Union. Stdlyltw
Will Consider Some of the Serious
1 Problems Facing the
The Marion. County Board of Trade
meets tonight at eight o'clock. There
is every indication that Ocala is go going
ing going to. have one of the most prosper prosperous
ous prosperous fall and winter seasons that she
has ever known. This development
is going to bring with it some ser serious
ious serious .problems, and some of those
problems will be taken up at tonight's
meeting. Members of the Board of
Trade will also be asked tonight to
make plans for the entertainment of
the National Editorial Association
which will visit Ocala on it3 tour of
the state in 1921.
There will be reports tonight from
the housing committee, the band com committee,,
mittee,, committee,, motor, camp committee and
from the committee appointed to
bring about the beautification of the
union station approach. Each of
these committees will have something
definite to report in the way of pro progress
gress progress made.
OCALA, 1; HIGH SPRINGS 0
High Springs coming from Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, where they met and conquer conquered
ed conquered the Phosphate City boys by the
score of 7 to 3, were defeated in a
beautiful game in which you might
say there was too much Mickler in
the box and almost perfect support
by his team mates. Ocala was a vic victor
tor victor by the score of 1 to 0.
3 It was a pretty game all the way
through, but Ocala had the best of
the argument, for they could hit Sur Sur-rency
rency Sur-rency a little better than the strong
High Springs boys could solve the
mystery of Mickler's delivery.
Ocala was only in -danger twice.
Once with a runner on second, he
tried to score on af hit to center, but
by a perfect pegr to the ; plate by
Bishop, Leavengood tagged him for
an out. And once with three on and
two out, Higft Springs' third base baseman
man baseman was. caught off of 'third to re retire
tire retire the side.
For Ocala, Harris, Bishop and Lifi Lifi-dell
dell Lifi-dell took in all that came their way
in the field and Ocala's infield played
jam-up ball and there was not a
chance for the crack team from High
Springs to score. s
The two teams play again today,
with Luff man for Ocala against King
for High Springs to do the twirling,
and as it is a half -holiday there will
be a record-breaking crowd to attend
the game. '-""A
WILL APPEAR FRIDAY
Col. Roosevelt was the youngest
president when elected, ; 42; Grant
next, 46; -Cleveland next, 47. John
Adams lived the longest so( far, 91.
Virginia has furnish eight men to
the presidency of the United States.
She is called the "Mother of Presi Presidents."
dents." Presidents." Jefferson, Madison and Mon
roe, all there were living in Albemarle
county, Va., when elected. Johnson,
Pol kand Jackson all three were from
North Carolina, and all three were
eletced from and died and were bur buried
ied buried in Tennessee. Five were elected
at the age of 57. Only one was born
on j the 18th of the month, only one
ever died in the White House and
only one ever married in the White
House. One dropped dead in the con congressional
gressional congressional hall. One was playing a
game of marbles called knucks with
some boys when he was notified that
he was made president. Another was
plowing with a mule when notified.
The Star's "Page of Presidents" will
tell you all about all the presidents.
This interesting feature will ap
pear in the Star tomorrow. Read the
instructions carefully and carry them
out if you wish the $15 prize. The
rest is easy. If there should be any
typographical errors and contestants
use them in connection with the in intentionally
tentionally intentionally misspelled word3 there
will be no charge for same.
SCOURING THE WOODS
(Associated Press) :'
Danville, Va, Aug. 26.- Halifax
county citizens with bloodhounds are
scouring the vicinity of Buffalo and
Lithia for the unidentified negro who
shot and wounded James Baptist
Baptist pursued the negro after the
latter was charged with nsulting
Later: The negro was surrounded
and shot to death in. Virgilina today
after wounding another pursuer.
BELFAST ENJOYS ITS
REGULAR DAILY BATTLE
Belfast, Aug. 26. Rioting wa3 re resumed
sumed resumed today and the military fired
on a crowd, killing a man and wound wounding
ing wounding two girls.
The military again fired into the
crowds this afternoon with undeter undetermined
mined undetermined results. The rioting i3 fkree.
With a view to relieving the exist existing
ing existing housing shortage, the Citizens
Investment Company "of Ocala, at a
meeting held yetserday, decided to
increase its capitalization imd to
build a number of new residences.
The charter of the company will be
amended and additional stock will L-e
offered for sale immediately. New
officers have been elected.
The new houses which the com company
pany company proposes to build will be offered
for sale, and, if the plan meets with
success, additional houses will then be
built. The Citizens Investment Com Company
pany Company of Ocala is not a new organiza organization.
tion. organization. It was organized in 1912, end
its home-building projects have met
with success. The new officers of the
company are: W. T. Gary, president;
Frank Ditto, vice president; Baxter
Carn, secretary-treasurer, and D. E.
Mclver and Elmer DeCamp, directors.
$5.95 buys you an $3 and $10 pair
of shoes Ladies' and mfen's oxfords
and pumps, v No better shoes can be
bought for the same money. A line
of clean 'merchandise. Walkover and
Robert Johnson Rand line. On sale
at B. Goldman's. 26-3tltw
Conner, Aug. 25 Mr. and
Frank Long and daughter of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, have returned to their home
alter a pleasant visit to mt. xor.gs
sster, Mrs. Tom Randall.
Mrs. J. M. '-Grantham and attractive
little daughter, Carroll of Tampa, are
guests of E. 0..'Powel land family.
1 Sidney Ridley of Waycross," Ga., is
visiting ; the family of his uncle &:.d
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Randall at
Jack Powell, 'son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. O. Powell, is spending a week st
home. He is reciuiting for Southern-
College, at which place he is manager
of the athletic association and also a
George Randall left Friday for a
trip to Palatka, making tho trip up
the Oklawaha in the launch Jose
Mrs.-A, G. Powell and little daugh
ter,. Phyllis, and Miss Margaret
Johnson have returned to Fort My Myers
ers Myers after a stay of six weeks with
Mrs. Powell's parents. Mr. and y.vz.
E. O. Powell.
Rev. C. H. Rseb of Jacksonville as
sisted by -the pastor, Rev, Gas Pad
gett, has just closed a series of
meetings at the Oklawaha Baptist
church. Eight new members were
added to the church and a Sunday
Elton Stanaland of Ocala visited
home folks for several days last
II. G. Powell of Tampa, made a
business trip to. Lynne last Monday.
Mrs. Roscoe .Reaves of Ocala was
the week-end guest of her, cousin,
Miss Edith Manning.
E. O. Powell was a business visitor
to Julilette Saturday.
- A 1 pleasant party composed of
Powell, Carroll' Grantham of Tampa,
Messrs. George Randall, Jack Powell
and-Sidney Ridley of Waycross, Ga!,
chaperoned by Mrs. J. M. Grantham,
motored o Salt Springs Wednesday
afternoon. After enjoying 'bathing
and a picnic supper, they ertarrje-d
home by moonlight.
H. h Atwater of the AUvater Log Logging
ging Logging company, attended to busin.?i3
at the county seat last Thursday.
TV. L. Randall and. wife and son,
Lonnie Randall and daughter, Lula
attended the revival services at Fort
McCoy Sunday. ..-''.'"
, Uiiver tewtu oi r orx mckoj spent
Sunday with relatives in the neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. There was a box social at the In Indian
dian Indian Mount church house Saturday
evening for the benefit of the Chris-,
tian church. A large crovd was
preseiiu iue wiieis were iiriissiea.jiy
decorated and filled with good eats,
and brought fancy prices. Mr.' Lera
Wilson was the auctioneer and a neat
sum was realized.
Mis3 Sara Lou Priest zrA brother,
Clarence Priest of Anthony, were re recent
cent recent visitors to the family of P. T.
Randall at Conner.
Willie Sewell and wife of Sanford
spent several days last week with
Mrs. S swell's father, J. N. Stevens.
We have a complete stock of all
adopted school books for the present
school term and all patrons are re requested
quested requested to secure at .once all Looks
known to be needed in order that we
may, as much a3 possible, avoid con congestion
gestion congestion cn the date of opening of the
Ocala 'schools, September 13th. Ex Exchange
change Exchange r r i v i e g c s only applies to els els-mentary
mentary els-mentary b.c!-;s.
2G-St -f7 THE BOOK SHOP.
Citizens Investment Company
Ocala Will Increase Its
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The reason why us men don't wear
low neck and short sleeves is not that
we are modest, but, most of us are
Herb Feikel wants to know if
swell-head is catching. No, Herb, jt
repels rather than attracts. It is in innate,
nate, innate, and may remain dormant unless
caused to break out by some appre appreciative
ciative appreciative but uncautiou3 friend.
Britain will recognize the inde independence
pendence independence of, "Egypt, but will keep a
grip on the Suez canal. And any
civilized man who wouldn't rather
see the British than the Egyptians in
charge of the i Suez canal simply
doesn't know how big a' fool he is.
, The Western Union Telegraph
Company didn't raiser press rates
when it raised commercial rates a few
months ago. Now it informs us it
must raise press Tates about 33.3
. per cent. This and the tremendous
cost of paper, may compel us to raise
the price' of the Star, although we
dislike to do so.
Many people commend State At Attorney
torney Attorney Scofield for his exposure of
the method by which Braswell and
Lowman were set free. The best
way to put a stop to such evils is to
turn the searchlight on thein, and
Mr. Scofield has contributed a very
large light to this particular search.
And this Mr. Thomas Palmer, not noted
ed noted attorney of Tampa, in high favor
with the governor, and who has skill skillfully
fully skillfully extricated the : two murderers
Braswell and Lowman, from the pen penitentiary,
itentiary, penitentiary, was he not the attorney of
the woman-burner, Mendenhall?, And
is it not possible that "he is yet? -And
does not Catts sit upon the, throne
for four months? .And may not much
be yet accomplished in that time?
Keep your eyes peeled, O people of
Florida; you may ; see- some more
wonderful deliverances from that
meddlesome 'old hag, Justice, before
Hardee lays' his hand upon the helm
of the ship of state.
Good old Joe Earman regrets that
he can't contribute to his paper, the
Palm Beach Post, because the den dentists
tists dentists have 'pulled mostf of his teeth,
and he can't "chaw" cornbread and
cabbage, and other things like him
and us were brought up on, and in
consequence is not strong enough to
write. Joe has a good paper anyhow,
but his double-barreled, pica -leaded
stuff had a piquancy and interest that
. causes it to be missed. However, we
guess as soon as Jo.e.'s store-teeth fit
he will be at it again. We've held on
to most of our teeth,b"ut cornbread
as is cornbread, cabbf.ge, beans and
other boilables of the old style, we
can't obtain for love nor money. Per
haps that is why our literary ability
For all Classes oi-'r
..v : and Concrctc--;;;vi-
Phone 445- 723 Wenona St.
For All Kind. of
AND CONCRETE 'WORK.
LATHING, PLASTEIiING, ETC.
Repair Work a Specialty
WM. A. TINSMAN, OCALA;
Something to fisll? Advertise it.
If we should read in a book writ written
ten written by some noted traveler that a
tribe of savages in a backward part
of the world had announced an im important
portant important matter by putting a feather
or a scrap of fur on the end of a
stick, and leaving it at some place in
the forest, we should not be surpris surprised.
ed. surprised. But when we read, right here at
home, that an officer of the law en entrusted
trusted entrusted with the duty of giving no
tice of a matter that concerns all of
our supposed to be civilized state,
and the said officer puts the notice of
such affair on a pole, and sticks said
pole down in the waters of a river,
where nobody can see it without tak taking
ing taking unusual trouble, and that the of officers
ficers officers of the county and the pardoning
board of the state accept this as the
proper service of a legal notice, what
are we to think ? We are to think
that some ofScers of that county are
either corrupt or ignorant, probably
Loth, and that some of the members
of the pardoning board are entirely
too careless, to say the least, to fill
their positions. If this story in its
fullness ws told in some big news newspaper
paper newspaper or magazine, it would hold
Florida. up to the ridicule of the en entire
tire entire nation.
CANT ALWAYS TELL
When we heard of the Braswell Braswell-Lowman
Lowman Braswell-Lowman pardon, we jumped to the
conclusion that the three voting for
it were the governor, the secretary of
state and the attorney general." and
the two against it were the, controller
and commissioner of agriculture. We
were entirely certain Mr. Amos would
vote against a pardon and reasonably
sure Mr. McRae voted with him.
Now we find that McRae agreed
with the governor: and SwearingeM
stood np with Amos for justice.
dur apologies to Mr. Swearingen
for so misjudging him. As for Mr.
McRae, we are. greatly disappointed.
If he is a candidate for any office
again we think it a safe prophecy
that Marion county will go by a big
majority for his opponent.
Just say Banana Split and get the
test delicacy you ever tasted. The
Court Pharmacy. 17-tf
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.
Call or telephone,
R. L. ANDERSON,
8-C-tf . Law Library Building,
"Get any nice GINGHAM dresses
for girls?" II say we have. And, a
pice asortment. FISHEL'S. 18-3t
YOU CAN SAVE
On your shoe bills, by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac
Between Ten Cent Store and Geris'a
f'-. Eyesight is such a prec-"VT-.-ious
thing that it should
ia ,Ae treasured ana guard-
See. with the most zealous
, J.Mt care.
. DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
41 11 i J
BROTHERS NOT IN UNITY
The other day, the Florida Grower
printed a fine article on how brothers
should dwell together in unity on
the good road3 amendment,- saying
that the strong counties should help
the weak, and, that those that had
built roads should aid ? those that
hadn't. But the high boss at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, Mr. Clarkson, says there are
not any weak brothers, that all the
counties in the state, except five had
built roads, and those five were pre
Now comes the Gainesville News,
which is a bond exponent, and says
with' its usual frankness:
"Alachua county probably stands to
gain-more by the issuing of these
bond3 than any other county in Flor
ida. We are the hub of Florida's high
way system. State roads traverse
our county from east to west and
from north to south. State roads
come into Gainesville and then branch
out to the other parts of this wonder wonderful
ful wonderful state of ours. But, alas, look at
our roads. Almost impassable a dis
grace to modern civilization. If the
twenty. million bond issue should pass
the state roads in Alachua county
would be paved in a manner and with
material that would last forever.
With these roads well paved it would
then cost Alachua county practically
nothing to connect the few small
towns left in the county with these
This scattered formation of those
who should stand together Jike a
Macedonian phalanx makes us fear fearsome
some fearsome that they can't agree on but one
thing, and that is that they want that
twenty million dollars, so we are glad
we are in the long, wide army that
will vote against the "perpetual in increase
crease increase in debt" amendment.
Shady, Aug. 25. Mr. Ray Meyers
of Fort Myers visited his grandmoth grandmotherMrs.
erMrs. grandmotherMrs. Martha Goin and other rela relatives
tives relatives here last week. Mr. Meyers
left Friday for California for an in indefinite
definite indefinite stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Park of Ocala were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Booher on Orange avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Home are en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit' from Mr. Home's
mother and half-brother, Mrs. Taylor
and Mr. Frank Taylor of Quitman,
Mr. Sherman Holland went to
Lowell Sunday to visit his son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mr. and Mrs. T.; E. Gaskm return
ed last1 Thursday form a visit with
Mr. Gaskin'a relatives in North Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. S
Mr. William Jones was called to
Starke last week on account of the
illness of hi3 mother. ; : v
Mr. Raleigh Hogan and sister,
Myrtle of Ocala, spent 1 Saturday
night and Sunday with their sister,
Mrs. O. LJ Gaskins.
- Mr. John Goin suffered a most
painful accident Saturday j afternoon.
Mr. Goin and- son, Frank were split splitting
ting splitting some posts when Mr. Goin reach reached
ed reached down to puirup the wedge. Frank,
not seeing this, brought the edge of
the axe down across his father s hand
and cut the leaders of the hand. He
was carried as quickly as possible to
the hospital at Ocala and had tht
wound dressed, but it is impossible
to tell how serious the outcome may
be. Mr. Goin has the sympathy of
the entire community.
Mr. ( B. J. Woods is sufT ering wi th
a lame hand. It is feared that he has
an orange thorn in it. I :
Speaking of too much rain well,
rain you know falls on the just and
the unjust, and we just presume it
has been falling mostly on the unjust
lately, since. Shady has not had a
good rain in some time.
Rev. Frazier preached in his usual
inspiring way to a full house here
Sunday afternoon. For some reason
he did not preach the special sermon
to the young people, so we have that
to look forward to as we are sure he
will not disappoint us.
Visitors at church from Ocala were
Mr. and Mrs.' George Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. Park, Mrs. Galloway, Misses
Floyd Crawford, Louise Nixon and
Grace Turner, vMr. Carl" Frazier, Mr.
Cook1 and Rev. Frazier, Mrs. Frazier
and children. Also Mrs. Taylor and
son, Mr. Frank Taylor of Quitman,
We visited in the Calvary commu
nity Tuesday. Calvary is just over
the fence from Shady and while the
people over there may not choose to
be a part of ; Shady proper, they are
properly a part of Shady and a fine,
large part- too. Well, prosperity
seems to be their portion. Good
crops' so far as we saw, fine sugar
cane, always fine gardens, chickens
for. profit, thoroughbreds and plenty
of them; Pig club members enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic and are almost sure to pick off
some prizes at the fair. The county
has a dipping- vat over there but the
cows we saw did not look as tho'
they had ever met a tick sleek and
fat and amiable for they never of
fered to hook the little green visitor,
who was admiring them. The people
whom we visited are canning up a
fine crop of grapes of several varie
ties. We never heard a word about
woman's new privilege of the ballot
and from all appearances the little
verse, "Stay, stay at Jiome my heart
and rest, home-keeping hearts are
Happiest, applies perfectly to our
The majority of our farmers are
pulling corn now. The sweet potato
jcrop i3 not so good this year. Pre Pre-'
' Pre-' partions for fall gardens and some
truck are being made.
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Students Busy Preparing for Open Open-ing
ing Open-ing of Sdliools
Every school child and college
student should have a good Fountain
Pen. The "M. T. Parker Special" is
the ideal pen for the student as well
as for the grown folks. It is a med medium
ium medium size, safety, self -filler, the latest
improved .style writes smoothly al-
ways, never leaks, and is guaranteed
to give three years' satisfactory ser service.;
vice.; service.; -. ':
In order to introduce this wonder wonderful
ful wonderful new pen into every locality we
make, this wonderful offer: Simply
send your name a.nd. address no
money and we will send the pen by
parcel post, prepaid. When it comes,
merely deposit 93 cents with the post postman
man postman to help pay for advertising, box boxing,
ing, boxing, etc. If you are not satisfied,
mail it back to us within five days and
we will return your deposit, but if
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
Send your name today (a postal
will do) so as to be sure and get one.
Address the M. E. Parker Co., Dept.
By 231 Haywood St., Asheville, N. C.
, Buy SOX by box. EVERWEAR
lisles, six pairs $3 during August;
all shades. Nationally advertised. At
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CHEVROLET, COLUIIBLI cn;l C01
X Coot Iron, Btzel and Bra
GENERAL AUTO HEPiIIIS
In the hearis of the city with Hemming Park for a frcst jzi
EVery modern convenience in each
second to none
.EOBEUT fL t MEYER,'
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Marion county will receive bid3
at. their ofike in the Marion county
court house,- September Sth, 1920, fcr
overseers to work the public roads
ami bridges in the several commis
V '-1 1.
. Overlisiiiecl nnd E
NEW CORD TIRES
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DIrJng rocn sarvls Is
WW m ihhmiiiii ii,,vtgimi m rn w
sioners districts, in accordance with
Chapter No, 8111, Acts cf 1S13.
The beard ireserves the rlg!it to re reject
ject reject any cr all bids.
- O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest, P. II. Kcrent, Clerk. 8-7 -tl
Get the hal-.it- cf readiz tLa s.d
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1S23
IQ-FMk Swimming Race Labor Day
. CLEARWATER MACH
ML C. BUIiGETT snd E1IL HUTCD
DANCE AT THE WOMAN'S CLUB
vill battle the waves of the Gulf for at least six hours.
Thin is the Southern Championship Race and will be a
hard fought battle. The course will be one mile triangu triangular,
lar, triangular, allowing the contestants to pass the Judges ten
times. A fine Loving Cup and Cash Prize is being offered.
' X Tills will be the Eldest Spcrllrj Eves! Ever Strcd
rV':;:;":la::FIorWa at Florida's Most Popular leach Resort.
Make your reservations early at The Hew Clesrwater
Vz-'Sli Ilckl for week-end and including Labor Day, as
every available space will be taken.. There will be no
change in prices on account of this gala event.
V VJvllz or PIxcne for Reservations.
: "' 'r nit? ftrpfpiv: fC1f ftflfl PTITRf1!? PiVTihfTM
CLEARlVAlbu IhLANO Liiiili. tUuirilWl
(Owners Clearwater Eeach). Vv. If- School ey, General Manager.
. Mr. V. II. Schooley, General Manager,
Clearwater Island Eridge Company,
Dear Sir: We the undersigned find Clearwater Beach the best bathing
resort on the West Coast as there isabsolutely no undertow, which make3
thi3 place ideal for races or bathing. Signed:
v WILL C. BUEGET.
If you have any news for this de department
partment department please phone 255.
"Nucoa' Nut Margarine, 49 cent3 a
pound at Cook's Market. Phone 243.
Mr. Georse Martin reached home
yesterday from a business trip thru
Sugared pecans in one-pound boxes.
They're delicious. Court Pharmacy, tf
Mrs. J. T. 'Williams and sons have
returned from a six weeks visit in
The Klenzo Family complete is now
on display at Gerig's Drug' Store, tf
Miss Hazel McAteer and brother,
Randolph returned yesterday from a
week's visit m Tampa.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
nlantinsr is now in. Ocala Seed
Miss Olive Dial, one of Madison's
charming young ladies, is the guest
of her cousin, Miss Olive vvhaley, ar
Have vou tried FISHEL'S for your
MILXNERY ? Your neighbor doubt
less gets hers there. 18-3t
Ve Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIKES, AHD TUpES
;EldlIsIvelsis;Ii::iESTA,' DATTEKY, 18 LIo. Gnarantec
An Up-to-Dite Cattery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .
:;GAS AND GREASE.
Mrs. William Parker, accompanied
bv her cuests. Mrs. Wricrht and Miss
Parker of North Carolina, has taken
a cottage at Lake Weir for a week.
Use Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Ceng's Drug
Mrs. R. G. Blake is expected home
tomorrow from West Palm Beach,
where she has had an extended visit
with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. C W. EfSnger.
The vountr men of the city enter-
tained at a delightful mid-summer
dance last evening at the Woman's
Club. The evening was not too warm
for dancing, and the large crowd at attending
tending attending seemed to enjoy thoroughly
the opportunity of once more meet
ing at this pleasant, home-like place.
The lovely club rooms have just been
renovated, both inside and out, the
fioors being refreshened and are ideal
Dancing commenced at 9 o clock.
The ""jazz, jazz's, jaggers band" of
Tampa furnished the music and chap-
eronmsr-the vounsr people were Mrs.
II. C. Jones, Mrs. Morgan, and Mrs.
Chambers. Among those noted as
dancine were Misses Callie "and Lu
cille Gissendaner. Elizabeth ; Thomas,
Sara and Jess Dehon, Irene Denham
of Gainesville, Helen Jones Loureen
Spencer, Frances ; Standley, Willie
Mae Lane-. Mareuerite Edwards, Unle
Chazal. Asmes Burford, Ethel and
Elizabeth Horne. Janet and Jessie
Rae Culverhouse. Lutie Smith, Eliza
beth Bennett and Frances Yonge,
Messrs. Ralph and Charles Cullen,
Georee Looney. James. Bob and Hugh
Chace, Walter Troxler, Tom Wains,
Banks Fleweleln. Cecil Clark, Up
church. Marshall Cam, Homer Ag-
new Albert Harriss, Mitchell Tucker,
Robert Rogers, ; urooKs caieman,
Holmes Walters. Paul Brmson, JNor JNor-man
man JNor-man Horne. Clarence Meffert, James
Taylor, Robert Blakex Mr. and Mrs.
n. 1.. Anderson Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Hall and others.
Evcrythino to Eat
I 9 N. Main Street
S f u.h(
i .'! fc rf a mm, j0m
Mai. A iw
A n cvpnt- nf iinn snal interest finv-)fj
ing pleasure, to a 'number of the L-.
fhp nnrtv vesterdavl
younger set was nic jjivjr jv.tvu-j i
iftmnnn at which Mr.. and Mrs. A.IV
A. Winer entertained in honor of
their nieces, Misses liussie ana
Douglas of Arch Creek.
;CAJLA'.GA ENGINE WOESiS
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed, were
fighting for QUALITY- not prices, tf
Miss Frances Standley is the guest
of Miss Willie May Lang, coming
vesterdav from her home at the
Meadows to attend the dance at the
Woman's Club last evening.
Use "Goodnisht" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
PARTY FOR VISITORS
in tne ao-
1 f v,; enn Mf Frrr! Winer. I V
Mr. Andy Winer assisted the hostess vj;
in receiving their guests, proving a g)
mosi geniai iiust. wcuguuui ffej
dp fames were enioyea untu a late
hour when iced grapejuice and cake
Those present were Misses uussiai
t T. 1 T"k 1 C!.-mn nn1 Tien Tn I
Trprif Dunham of
UUii, WVWIJ :
Gainesville, Elizabeth wetneroee, uj
Olive WTialey,- Olive Dial oi Maaison,
Loureen Spencer, Xdiidrea isuuock, j v
Kathleen Leitner, Edith Edwards,
unrisnne iiose, imucu
daner and Frances Lummus.
11 If Tcon1 fimmy,Jf
Gse Eniclc "lVCcrd Tires C230.CD
One S!ude!nlcr Truck,
new Tires - CIOO.GD
One 1D18 Ford Holster C230.C0
One 1919 Fcrd Tcurinj CISO.CO
Cue 1916 Fcrd Tmcli $20,C3
r.iacl Taylor -
Mrs. S. R. Whaley and daughter,
Olive returned yesterday aiternoon fnVnds of Flovd Cole
from Madison, wftere tney naveDeen f p Mrs. Y. H.
the guests of M rs W ha fj3 Coleman, formerly of this city, who
since leaving Pablo Beach last week. L Tnnsial ca-
. cTTvrpmnnM rnTT4TP reer with -the deepest interest, will be
n.yvit -K rni finaer ffrvria 1T TnP
WUIUi j luc jaiU) jujkbuv guvuu ...
CS1 CO 'ZJ w Z. -X-' w -.. .- w w
i - t.
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i pocc which has followed his e lions
$1.98 at FISHEL'S. 18-3t York Mr. Coleman is now playing
m an orcnestra in new lom iw u
Mrs..I. C. Jones is entertammg . v iiT,
I . i i l Pipe OrKiilHOl' U5 v
this afternoon at her residence n i.-T. ... t.;Sf
North Mapolia street in honor A a lfiading musician looks bright!
ineF aauemer. ivuss xieieu juues. n. .
f np;?r?!f"lQO full account of this pretty affair will
trr w ,.
U cm HT
Meet me at the American
. ... Union Station, Ocala, for a regular i
Our specialties are Maple ut flin.rfamilv stvle. Best dinner in
s?nTif!flP! Pmpami ( Nut Sundaes and . -r.i. j n
m iili is i.-cr3 I IceCream Hoda. Court rnarmacy. zx
tlivszztu Texis. Mrs. W. M. Peden,
cf this pUce, rclctrs the following interest-
account 'ci feow'she .xecovcred-.her
.'ftftogth. having ; realized ;.thai she. was
' actually losing her health: ;
J ...I... ..A., fttll 41 S"'J
Mrs. Harvey Clark and daughter,
Frances left vesterdav for Jackson
ville, where they will be the guests
Lf Mrs. Clark's sister.- Mrs. C. H.
I couldn't rest well fet night and was . Lloyd. They will probably also spend
jUst lifeless. a few days at Pablo Beach before re-
"I heard cf Caxdui End titer resiin I turning home.
cecsssa I -had: some lemaia wuoie
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. rn. to
m w J
slipping away from yea, you certainly sit
.up and take notice. That is what 1 did"
some tfcse ago when I foiffldrayJf jta a
,vttf nervous, run-dowa ccadlSloii of
hesltlL". .-1 was so tired sad fslt sa lifeless
' I could hardly go stsX,
f: r : 'i was fust' Ra' account 'for work. I
would get a bucket of water and .would
fi:l to weak I would have to set it down
; before I felt like I could lift it to the shelf.
In this condition, c! course, to do even
. ray ; housework was a .. task aimca ; m
' cosslbls to accomplish.., k,---: :v; t
1 was . nervous and easily upcet
aspu-linr.5 dowa. I ir.t Get the habit oi calling pnone
-d hi it I when you want mgn class iresn meats
"-In a&?ery tlxrt while Sf-r I tCa the and groceries promptly delivered.
Cardui lioL Trcst-neat I aw aa to- Cook's Market. Phone 43. 27-tf
. ...... r.'-J'i rr- i. Mr. ana iiirs. K. Ij. tamp ana mex
tiOU02 WCrk. I c.r Mow Vnrlr. Tbev will I
i-"'- i-1- ufpr io to the Adirondack mountains
fcilc IcsaYcccreBdCaruaaadc-d- d Drobabiv to Vireinia-before re-
. ...... im i
Charter Oak. Ausr. 24. Jliss Leo
nora Remington returned to her
iy do 3, fr ii mere woaten knew, II turninCT home.
Sickness." Only the highest grade mgreaienxs r.t "M
The eslhl2Sil2!:ra!32Ci thousands c! are used in our fountain irinks. sun- awer a xnree
S3 wtO Iiave found Carui daes and ice cream soda. The Court and relatives here.-
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shaw are the
proud parents of an eight-pound baby
helpful ihauld cenvisce you Vxl it U Pharmacy
wcrxaxryics. juch;.. w rj T:i aTiaTI(a. trirlJ
: e.ma or-0 hr nar- MISS r.Siner iorna visitcu
-- I ii ir. : j T wamni-rvn I tona last weeK.
, .......... leriLS- ltxr. aiiti mis. douih o. i uuij. i .
T'""VJZ?L"J:-l"V fnr tPTi-davs visit in Mrs. J. W. Fountain ot Pieman,
Dancing will commence dt 3 o'clock in the after afternoon
noon afternoon and continue until daylight
the next morning
Swimming Pools open from 8 a. m. until 8 p. m.
, Prizes la tht Ess! Dsscers
Waltz, 510 Gold Piece. One-step, $5 Gold Piece.
Fox Trot, S3 Gold piece.
Music by Prof. Bushnell's
JAZZ 02CH5EJi AKD'.BeLAND DAf.D
Swimming races will continue throughout ,the day frcm 2
till 6 p. m., with contests between the following:
JACKSONVILLE VS. DAYTONA.
OELAND VS. ORLANDO. SANFORD VS. 11T. DORA
, AND WINTER HAVEN.
' Reservations fcr the week-end may be made at the Break Breakers
ers Breakers Hotel, one of the leading hotels of Dayton Beach.
a I, .'. ';
r. Kansas City, after which she will goUpent the week-end visiting home
rn ir-nK-n. nans.. vnre aiic w 111 1
FOR SALE CHEAP
teach in one of the city schools.
ti ft n
est t. i eatsi Mr M w
H 8 Sugars KB W
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
jj fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Miss Carolyn Borden, who is spend-
JU Sling the summer in Galveston, Texas,
MM with her sister, i3 not only having a
,;jmost deligntxul summer socially, cui
is studvinar music as well, and enjoy
ing to the fullest extent the many
2miwww.WSWWW ?.is f now: being -.af-
H wm r
We Wa'sh ; an d : Poll
sn? your, car.
And make it look like new.
Klenzo Antisentic destroys all
germs in the mouth, throat and nasal
J channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gerig's
I Drug Store. tf
j Mr. and ilrs. George uougias ana
J I daughters. Misses Ruby and Gussie
1 Douglas, left today in their car for
I their home at Arch Creek, after a
I pleasant visit to Mrs. Douglas' broth-
I ii r'' : T . .Jt -Trt will
?.T T ityioi. 'WlTiPO'aTd visited Pedro I
t... UUiUttl ... i
Sunday afternoon. I
The stork visited the home oi filr. ;
and Mrs. H. C. Remington last Tues-
day and elft them an eight-pouna i
hnhv cnrl. 1
lilessrs. John Reddingr, Marvm iiar-
tin and Sidney Hooks and Misses i
Nannie Redding and Vester bcroggie J
motored to Colemand and Daytonaj
The ever popular, everlasting andl
EVER WEAR HOSIERY to be had 2
only at FISHEL'S. SOX three bonex
the box during August. 18-dt
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Serosrgie were T
dinner jruests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.j
Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey of Ocala, ;
visited here Sunday. While here Mr. I
Humphrey preached a very interest-!
mg sermon tnat was enjoyea vy t
who heard it.
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land sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shaw Sunday!;
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OCALA EYENENG STAC, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2S. 1223
' PYLES Cl peheims
Fcserai Directors & Ec&ataers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Phones 555 and 223
Open All Night
Temperature this morning. 72; this
Mr. Fred Mickler of Lee. Madison
county, is a welcome visitor to Ocala.
All of our 3G-in. DOMESTIC re-
Mr. Lee Stapp of Miami i3 here to
attend the meeting of the Florida
Abstract Association in Ocala tomoi tomoi-row.
row. tomoi-row. Miss Eleanor Tremere and her
guest, Miss Alma Green of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, came in from Belleview yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, to see the ball game.
W. K. Lane. II. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. OQce over 5'and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tf
Mr. Henry B. Ward of St. Peters
burg and Miss Lettie Hammond of
Dunnellon were joined in wedlock by
Judge Smith in his office yesterday.;
Use a good Klenzo Tooth Brush.
Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
The Eastern Star sewing circle
met at the Masonic hall yesterday
afternoon. There was a full atend atend-ance
ance atend-ance and considerable vork was ac
WhenVyou want a really high class
candy, try SIRRON chocolate covered
nuts' and fruits. Sold in Ocala by the
The following visitors from An
thony were in town yesterday: Mrs.
T. K. Pajgett, Misses Hattie and
Lillian Mililgan. Julia Meadows and
Miss Elizabeth Thoma3 left today
for Montgomery, Ala., after several
weeks visit in the city the guest of
her cousins. Misses 'Callie and Lu
Oar stock of fresh seeds for fa!
planting: is now in. Ocala Seed
Mrs. J. Mi MefFert and sons, G. L.
and J. W., Miss Marian Meffert and
Mr, Clarence MefTert left today-' in
their car for Daytona Beach, where
they will probably remain until the
opening of school.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Fort and
children returned yesterday from
t Henderson ville, N. C. Mrs.-Fort and
the children have been absent about
six weeks, while Mr. Fort spent last
. week with them in the mountains.
The trend of the times is for ECO
NOMY. To SAVE MONEY trade at
Mr. J. D. Beal, an old citizen and
Confederate veteran, died at his home
at Sparr yesterday and was buried
at Fort McCov this afternoon. Mr
Barney Spencer with George Mac
Kay, had charge cf the arrangements
Petite and pretty Dorothy Lyles
who has been the guest of the Weihes
for several days, 'returned to her
home in Gainesville today. Mr. and
Mrs. F. G B. Weihe and Mr. and Mrs
Karl Weihe took her home in their
car. . .'
Try Norris' Gold Box assorted can
die3 in 1. 2 and 3-pound boxes. Ex
elusive Ocala dealers. The Cour
Mrs. II. A. Crippen of Bushnel
died at that place yesterday. Her re
r.iains were embalmed by Mr. Barney
Spencer, with George. MacKay. and
left for her old home .in Herndon,
Va., today, accompanied by Mr. Crip Crippen
pen Crippen and two daughters.
I.Irs. Annie M. Perry left yesterday
for Connelly Springs,
C, in re
sponse to a telegram from her sieter,
Mrs. B. E. Tomberlin of Miami, who
went to the springs some weeks ago
for her health. The many, friends of
Mrs. Tomberlin will regret to hear
' that she cotninues quite ill and her
physician has decided it would be
best for her to return home.
: The Mayo Press says: Miss Laura
Thomas entertained Wednesday eve eve--
- eve-- ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.
M. Colbert at Alton, complimenting
Miss-Janie Mae Perry, a. charming
bride-elect, wrhose engagement to Mr.
D. O. Scheffer was announced. The
wedding will take "place Sept. 15th.
The evening was pleasantly spent .by
' playing games of a carefully planned
program on the spacious veranda of
this hospitable home. The last and
most interesting fame played was by
matching hearts, on which the engage engagement
ment engagement was announced. After con congratulating
gratulating congratulating the bride and groom groom-elect,
elect, groom-elect, the guests were served with
fruit punch and cake.
DISHES, POTS AND ALL KINDS
OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS
The stock formerly owned by the
l?te R. L. Bridges. Articles of eve every
ry every day needs found on sale at ex extremely
tremely extremely interesting prices at B. Gold Goldman's.
man's. Goldman's. "Why Pay More?" 26-3t-ltw
Mrs. Ed Anderson and sister. Mrs.
Mateer who have been at Bushnell
with their mother, Mrs. Crippen, who
has been so ill. are receiving the
ympathy of their friends and ac-
qua intances thi3 morning, Mrs. Crip-
pen having passed away at Bushnell
yesterday. The body accompanied by
the family will be carried to Hern Hern-don,
don, Hern-don, Va., today, and interment will
take place there.
Many useful every day needs in
ishes, glassware, wood and enamel enamel-are,
are, enamel-are, wire goods and aluminum. A
ail of the late R. L. Bridges' stock.
Now on sale at B. Gldman's. "Why
Application for Lave to
Noti3 is hereby given to all whom
-may concern, that I, Robert T.
Adams as guardian of Dorothy Adams,
minor, will on the 28th day of Septem-
r. A. D. 1520. aDly to the Honorable
W. E. Smith, county Jud ere in and for
Marion -county, at 10 o'clock a. m., or
as soon thereafter as the matter can
be heard, for authority to lease for
ninety-nine years, the following de described
scribed described real estate. In Marion county.
Florida, to-wit: All of block 6a of tne
Old Survey of Ocala, except that part
thtereof iroon whieh Is attuated tne At
lantic Coast Line railroad dapot. f
A life estate in said land belong'inr
to the estate of Dorothy C. Edwards,
and to toe leased: for the -best Interest
of said minor.
Dated August 26. A. D. 1920.
284t-thurs R. T. ADAMS. Guardian.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage K. of R. & S.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F..
meet3 every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D.f McCaskill. N. G.
II. R. Luffman, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2SS. B. P. O. TL
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'a and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R R-E.
E. R-E. J. Crook, Secretary.
R. A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocal
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at S p. nu
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
.Marion-Dun"n Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
Mv- 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. 11.
WOODMEN OF' THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
. J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. v
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.t
meets- at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock. r v v-Mrs.
Mrs. v-Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. IS.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Have you tried FISHEL'S for your
MILINERY? Your neighbor doubt doubtless
less doubtless gets hers there. 18-3t
Use Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug
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
34-in. SILVEEBLOOM MOHAIR,
worth $3 the yard, finest goods in the
world for SKIRTS. During August,
$1.93 at FISHEL'S. lS-3t
. r : 1 1
uur specialties are .fciapie t
Sundaes, Pineapple Nut Sundaes and
Ice Cream Soda. Court Pharmacy, tf
Get the habit of calling phone 243
vhen you want high class fresh meats
and groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 243'. 27-tf
Only the highest grade ingredients
are used in our fountain brinks, sun sundaes
daes sundaes and ice cream soda. The Court
. 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
Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all
germs in the mouth, throat and nasal
channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gerig's
Drug Store, tf
The ever popular, everlasting and
EVERWEAR HOSIERY to be had
only at FISHEL'S. SOX three bonex
the box during August. 18-3t
CLOSING OUT SALE
Pianos, sheet music, sewing ma machines
chines machines and supplies, talking machines
and records.- Entire stock must by
sold by August 31. Margains to
2G-4t KINDT'S MUSIC STORE.
Turner Farm, Aug. 25. Rev. Pad Padgett
gett Padgett fijled his regular appointment at
the Simmons church Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Everyone is invited to attend
the services next Sunday-
We certainly would be glad if our
county commissioners would get busy
and have : our half of the Marion Marion-Putnam
Putnam Marion-Putnam countjr bridge repaired. It
has been in bad repair for some time
and is unsafe. ; -'v'"' ,'
Mr. N. D. Davis visited Hawthorne
Sunday.:' ''::::' ';A. ;;y:.'i:'r--':;..; ;.'
Mr. L. I. Matchett spent Sunday
with his father at Bay Lake. Mr.
Matchett senior has been sick for
some time but we are glad to say he
is improving. ;
Mr. Boutwell and daughter spent
the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. J. T. Hall and sons motored to
,Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Cheshire are
entertaining their daughters T" from
South Florida this week.
The trucke,rs in this section are
busy cutting and shipping okra.
Our school is without a teacher.
See. the superintendent at once.'
We are closing out our 36-in. browi
DOMESTICS at 24c. per yard up.
Belleview, Aug. 25. Mrs. Moore
of Arcadia, is the guest of Miss Mary
Gale this week. 1
-Ray-Leach is home, from a pleasant
trip to Jacksonville. t -,
,' Mr. and Mrs. H B. Monroe have
finished moving and are now nicely
located in the big hotel near Lake Lil
m. : .'. . : MA
oi t operation fcrouers
' t t
The advantages of cooperation in
marketing grapefruit and oranges as
well as in purchasing grove supplies
assures the permanence of the Florida
Through the application of the coop cooperative
erative cooperative idea in its best and most prac practical
tical practical form, the growers riave been able
to put into effect measures giving guar guaranty
anty guaranty of continuous service.
By reason of these precautions grow grower
er grower members of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange will, have their fruit handled
with just as much care in short crop
years as in seasons of full production,
and at compartively little increased
Don't enter the next shipping sea season
son season without membership in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Citrus Exchange apply for it
now! For full information, write the
besiness manager at Tampa or call on
niaricn Ccnaly Citrus Sc!)-Excl:cu3e
First National Bank Building
Lees berg, Florida.
Eleven years of unqualified success. Proven
stability. Increasing adantages to members. :
vpwmm W -jf-:r-r 7--tv
1 II f -i J
ww if frmrrw? AM
ian, which will be known as the Lake
View house. This is another great
step of improvement and the Monroes
show their faith in- Belleview's f urT
ther success when they took upon
themselves if he responsibility of re remodeling
modeling remodeling this 35-room house. Circu Circu-lare
lare Circu-lare announcing the opening of the
Lake View have been mailed to all
Belleview boosters summering in the
north and we know that they will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the opportunity to invite
their friends who want to come to
Florida this winter to pay Belleview
a visit. : . :
Mr. C. E. Abshire spent' Sunday in
Among our people who were shop
ping in Ocala Friday were Mrs. D. C.
Stanley and son, David, Mrs. La La-Chance,
Chance, La-Chance, Mr. O. M. Gale, Frank Gale,
Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt, Mis3 Marjorie
Merrill and Mr. George Newland. 1
'i The Oxford B. Y. P. U. entertained
our union with a very interesting
program last Sunday ; night. This
union has a lively crowd of young'
people and we all hope they will come
again.v '- v
Mrs. II. B. Monroe is in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville purchasing furniture for the
Lake View hotel.
Mr. M. T. Bohanan and sister, Mrs.
T. L. GrifSth of Chicago left Satur Saturday
day Saturday for their home.
Mrs. Mattie JTnes left last Monday
for a visit to her old, home in Michi Michigan,
gan, Michigan, r.-'
.Mr. F. E. Martin ha3 sld his Ford
touring car to Mrs. A. E. Asrworth. ;
Mr. Frank Gale had the misfortune
to cut his hand last week' while butchi
ering and it was' necessary for him
to go to the hospital in Ocala for a
few days. j 7 ;
Miss Alma Green of Jacksonville is
the attractive guest of Miss .-.'.E.? : A.
Tremere for a week or so.
Miss Marie Franklin of Arcadia
came Monday to spend a few days
with Miss Mary, Gale. 5 : V ;
Mrs. O. M. Gale entertained about
thirty ladies at a M E-thimble party
at her residence last Tuesday fter fter-noon.
noon. fter-noon. Refreshment ,sof ice cream and
cake' were served.
Delco-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal coal-oil
oil coal-oil lamps. One gallon of coal
oil gives you four times as
much light when used for fuel
in Delco-Light as it gives in
Write for catalog.
There's a Satisfied User Near
Burbank, Aug. 25. Mr. Gerald
Bogue. returned to Palatka Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday after spending' a pleasant vaca vacation
tion vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Bogue.
Mrs. W. M. McKim of Sanford
spent a few clays last week with her
daughter, Mrs, H.I.Turner.
Mr. Robt. J. McKim of Sacramento,
Calif, spent Wednesday ; and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday with his sister, Mrs. H. I. Tur Turner.
ner. Turner. Mr. McKim is oh his way to
Sacramento after a month's business
trip to New York and a brief visit
with his parents in Sanford.
Mrs. W. C. Bogue and childreH,
Dorothy and Billy spent the latter
r art of the week at Palatlfa, visiting
her daughter, Mrs. John Tilghman.
Mrs. M. C. Dunnick, who has been
for the past few months visiting rela relatives
tives relatives at difTeernt-pomt3 in Ohio, re
turned to her Jiome here last week.
Mr. Huh McManus of Palatka
spent Sunday at his home here.
Mr. Sam Messick left Sunday for
Palatka, where he has accepted a do do-sition.
sition. do-sition. ,'
Mr. H. I. Turner was a visitor in
Ocala Saturday. v
Miss Mozelle "Priest spent several
days the past week in Ocala with
Mrs. H. Poppe.
Mr. H. E.-'Abbott of Ocala visited
Mr. Billingsley of Reddickv was
looking at property here cn Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlowe of Webster
have been visiting his sister, Mrs. O
E. Hill. :
"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 cn
joy yourself like you could.. lS-3t
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Au?
John Keitz of Pennsylvania and fam
ily have moved into their their new
house the West -end of Lake Yeir
and wil Imake considerable improve
ments out there. We welcome 4thern
to our community. Mrs. John Reitz
and two daughters and one son were
detained in a Savannah hospital as
tney were m a wrecs on tne way
down near Savannah, but' they are
able to be here now with the rest of
Mr. and Mrs. M.cS. Alberson have
returned from Kansas, where they
spent a month, i v
Mr. Walter Albertson has returned
from Gainesville, where he has. been
attending school this summer.
Mr. John Johnson and family have
moved in Mrs. Foss' cottage.
One of the old landmarks here, the
old postofike building, ha3 been sold
and will be torn down and moved to
Mr. C. S. Gates has built a new
postofike building in front of where
the old one stood. ;
Dr. Lytle of Stanton was here this
week with his new Chandler car,
which is a beauty.
There will be quite a large crop of
oranges to be moved from here this
fall. The fruit is in good condition
and well developed. i
Mrs. Foss made a trip to Orlando
lis. 1g nSt 'L'
YfAXTZD. L03T. FOUND. rO!
SALE, FOR RES'T AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, ona
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month. $3. Payable ia ad advance.
vance. advance. ;
FO& SALE Planing mill, re-mil! jB
plant. Central Florida. Dry kihi,
high school Weeds matcher, Xler Xler-shon
shon Xler-shon sixty-inch band resaw, tirab-irr
sizer, live rolls, stock sheds, power,
. steam and electric motors. The only
" lumber business in town of SCO 3
,;. people. Plenty of timber being cut
but one hundred and fifty sawmllb
'' nearby. Rare opportunty. Address,
"Owner," care Ocala Star. 23-tf
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phana
' your orders to Smoak's Shop. FL-xis-?14G.
' v ' 2-r.i
FOR SALE Tea head of mules. Will
exchange for cattle, goat3 or suevg.
J. M. Meffert, Ocala, Fla.
WILL ERECT HOUSE To sell or
lease or will convert oar upstairs
into fiat with two-year lesse.
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sala at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in jach house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow, Box 581. Ocala. Fla. 9-tt
FOR '-RENT Furnished house. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. A. Holloway, 715 Lime St.,
Ocala, phone 378. 23-Ct
WANTED One cr two lady tedchers
-or school girls to board. Apply to
Mrs. F. Lytle, CIS' S. Sanchez St.,
phone CSS. 'i 24-Ct
FOR RENT Or For Sale Two Two-story,
story, Two-story, 11-room house, furnished.
Possession given Sept. 1st. Apply
to Mrs. T. C. Carter, at Carter's
Bakery. -; 24-Ct
FOR RENT Unfurnished house No.
214 Orange avenue. Mrs. Martha
FOR SALE Five room cottage cn
Sanchez street; all conveniences;
large lot. Ajjply to Mrs. IL L. Lang, Lang,-222
222 Lang,-222 E.- Washington St. 24-2t
WANTED To buy a mandolin. Phons'
WANTED To buy a baby push cart
and a piano. Both must be m good
condition. f. Apply to "Bargain,
care Star o.Tice. 24-2t
LOST Rimless' nose glasses; slight
piece out of each case.
"C," care Star office.
MULES FOR SALE A first class
pair of mules for sale. Apply to
box COD, Ocala, Fla. 26-2t
MULES FOR SALE A 'first class
pair of mules fcr sale. Apply to
box C09, 0.;aia, Fal. 27-ltxky
Don't fail,. to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Ehoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Careful estimates made on all ccs ccs-tract
tract ccs-tract work. Gives more and fesltsr
work for the money than any clir
contractor in the city.
You'll profit by reading the ads in
every day's Star.
Item mm H.
Amv&I ari dcr Arture cl
trarr.s at OCALA UNION Sl AVIC:?.
Iha fo:!or.in r-.hcl-h f.r--3 po polished
lished polished as itfcrrr,atl.;a zri r.ct L"-if-anteed.
. Eastern Standard Time)
SEADOAr.;D AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:1 i era
. fA $ a
2:15 am Tamj:a
1:5D ra Tfimpa-llanatea
4:05 pni Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:C3 p
' ATLAiniC5COAST LINE 11. IL
2:12 pni Jacksonville-NTfcrk 2:43 an'
1:45 pm Jkscziville-Gainsville fkS3pra
6:42 am Jkiwnville-Gnosvil'e 10:13 pra
2:42 am StPetsbrg-Lakelar.d 2:12 ara
3:25 paa StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1 :5 pra -7:10
7:23 am Dunellcn-Lkeland 11:03 psa'
'l-fi-.ri'a'r. r7naw TV".-?-
"Tuesday. Thursday, L'arrday.
Including mamel and tinware, stose
and woodemvare, diiht-3 and glass glassware.
ware. glassware. These goods were a part of
the late R. L. Bridges' stock and con consist
sist consist of many useful items in 'house
furnishings, on '. which we can save
you considerable in price. Displayed
and on sal at B. Goldman's.' ."Why
Pay More?" 23-2t-lt?f'
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