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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST, 27, 1920.
VOL 26, K0..20G
AH SUM HAS
UCII GOOD '.
TIE HOSTILE EAST
HEAR HIS HOI
GIVEN THE SACK
' 1 p
1 i V i I Vu i i ( k I v y S1 s
Showed How Republican Campaign
Leaders Fried the Fat Out of the 1
Faithful in Many States
Pittsburg, Aug. 27. Information
to support his charges that a repub republican
lican republican fund exceeding $15,000,000 was
being raised "in a conspiracy to buy
the presidency" was presented by
Gov. Cox of Ohio, democratic presi presidential
dential presidential candidate, in addressing a
public meeting,here last night. Gov.
Cox's data consisted almost entirely
of matter taken from the official bul bulletin
letin bulletin of Fred W. TJpham of Chicago;
treasurer of the republican national
committee,' but his chief exhibit was a
typewritten list purporting to show
republican campaign quotas imposed
on fifty-one principal cities in twenty twenty-seven
seven twenty-seven states and aggregating $8,145, $8,145,-000.
000. $8,145,-000. Names of local subscribers. Gov.
Cox said, were ordered kept secret.
These quotas, given as $2,000,000 for
New York city, $750,000 for Chicago,
$500,000 for Philadelphia, and rang ranging
ing ranging down to $25,000 for smaller cities
like Atlanta, Ga., were said by Gov.
Cox to have bee nannounced about
the middle of July.
FLORIDA WILL HELP PAY THE
The "money diggers" struck pay
dirt in Florida. C. C. Buhen of Eau
Gallie, under date of August 7, wired
the bulletin as follows: "Many coun counties
ties counties of Florida organizing. Dade and
Palm Beach counties very strongly
lined up. Key West shows much in interest.
terest. interest. Also Fort Pierce."
Speaking of Florida, the bulletin
carries this paragraph under date of
August 10: "Florida republicans say
they wish to help pay the freight for
return of good republican days."
HAYS TRIED TO MAKE A HIT
New York, Aug. 27. Republican
Chairman Hays said that Gov. Cox
failed to prove his charges Jbecause
they .were false. He said that Gov.
Cox had such intimate knowledge of
the wasting of millions in aircraft
production during the war that he
dreamed in millions. v
OF COURSE NOT
Chicago, Aug. 27. Republican
Treasurer Upham- said that Gov.
Cox's schedule of "fifty-one cities"
was" a "phony" list which he had
never heard of before.
TREMENDOUS RAINS IN
Charlotte, S. C, Aug. 27. Six in
ches of rainfall from 3 o'clock to
noon today flooded the streams of up
per South Carolina, the Catawba riv
er showing a seven-foot rise.. Small
streams in the Aragon mill settle
metn at Rockhill entered the residen
tial section to such an extent that
the occupants were moved in boats.
The rain continues.
ALLIES ASKED TO INVESTIGATE
Washington. Aug. 27. The United
States has been requested by Serbia
to appoint representatives to an al
lied commission to investigate the
conflict between Albania and Jugo Jugoslavia.
slavia. Jugoslavia. A similar request was made
to Great Britain, France and Italy.
STATE FARMERS' UNION
The five delegates from Marion
county to the annual state convention
of the farmers' union report having
a very enjoyable and successful trip
The farmers of Gretna, Gadsden
county, where the convention was
held, extended to the visiting .mem
bers the utmots good fellowship and
hospitality. They opened their homes
to the visiting members and enter
tained them royally, and when busi busi-v
v busi-v ness esssions were over took them for
automobile rides over the beautifu
red clay hills of Gadsden county,
Their, tobacco crop was just about
harvested and Gadsden farmers were
being paid some seven million dollars
for it. V
Other crops in Gadsden county were
the best our delegates have seen in
many a year. Large fields of sugar
cane, and corn, and such corn forty
to eighty bushels per acre.
The invitation of the Marion Coun County
ty County Board of Trade to hold the next
annual meeting of the State Farmers'
Union m Ocala was unanimously ac
cepted, and the next meeting "will be
in Ccala. Let us hope that we wil
be prepared to show farmers from
x other portions of the state what Mar
ion county can produce--crops that
will not suffer by comparison with
those this year in Gadsden.
It is unnecessary to urge our peo peo-'
' peo-' pie to show them a good time for
Marion s hospitality has never been
We have all books required for this
term. Please order what you need
26 3Wtw vTHE BOOK SHOP.
The ever, popular, everlasting and
EVER WEAR HOSIERY to be had
only at FISHEL'S. SOX three bonex
the box during August. 18-3t
Cox is Carrying his Charges to the
Main Base of the Republican
. (Associated Press) '
Aboard the Cox Special, Aug. 27
Gov. Cox today carried the democrat democratic
ic democratic offensive, centered for the present
on republican finances, into the east.
A repetition in part of the evidence
presented at Pittsburg is planned at
New Haven today and in New York
omorrow. Gov. Cox and his advis
ers expressed satisfaction with the
inforamtion given to back up declara
tions of a "conspiracy to buy the
presidency." It was indicated the
democratic nominee would make fur further
ther further "exposes' within the week.
NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., will
celebrate Founder's Day with a bas
ket picnic at Silver Springs, Tues
day, August 31. Members and fam
ilies will meet at the Masonic hall
at 4 p. m. All members having cars
will kindly have them at the hall.
27-3t Susan Cook, Secretary.
DISHES, POTS AND ALL KINDS
OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS
The stock formerly owned by the
ate R. L. Bridges. Articles of eve
ry 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
DR. HINES' LAST DAY
Sunday, August 29th, will be Dr.
W. P. Hines' last day as pastor of
he pcala Baptist church. He will
preach his last sermon here Sunday
night and on Monday morning Dr.
and Mrs. Hines will leave in their car
for Atlanta, where Mrs. Hines will
visit a few weeks before going to
Alabama. Dr. Hines will preach his
first sermon to his new charge on
Sunday, September 5th.' Before com coming
ing coming to Florida, Dr. Hines was a pas pastor
tor pastor in Alabama eight years. During
the :last two weeks Dr. and Mrs.
Hines have received a number of let letters
ters letters welcoming their return.
About 2000. former service men in
Liverpool are protesting against the
employment of barmaids in the city's
hotels and public houses. When a
deputation waited on the committee
of the Liverpool Brewers and Spirit
Merchants Association, one of them
stated that if the barmaids did not
give jplace to service men action
would be taken as would force the
women out. There are about 2000
barmaids employed in Liverpool.
Something to sell? Advertise ft.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Pianos, sheet music, sewing ma
chines and supplies, talking machines
and records. Entire stock must by
sold by August 31. Margams to
26-4t KINDT'S MUSIC STORE.
Among clothes superstitions are : I)
.you have your measure taken for new
On Monday you will have ample
food and provisions. .'V
On Tuesday, your clothes will be
On Wednesday you will enjoy hap happiness
piness happiness and tranquillity.
On xnursday your fate will be good
On Friday, you will get Into prison.
On Saturday you will experience nu numerous
merous numerous troubles and sjnrows.
If you put on new clothes
On Monday, they will soon tear.'
On Tuesday, they will catch fire.
On Wednesday, you will readily ob obtain
tain obtain a new suit.
On Thursday, you will always ap appear
pear appear neat and elegant.
On Friday, you will be happy as
long as the suit remains fresh.
On Saturday, you will be taken 111
On Sunday, It foretells happiness and
In the morning you will increase
your wealth and be fortunate-
In the evening, something will make
At sunset, you will have a long Ill Illness.
Wear a new dress for the first time
when it rains, bad luck.
It Is good luck for daughters to wear
their mothers,' clothes. (Mothers prob probably
ably probably won',t believe in this superstition.)
Probable that Republican Candidate
Fears to Venture Far from
His Front Porch
Marion, Aug. 27. Several impor important
tant important conferences, an afternoon auto automobile
mobile automobile trip to address railway em employes
ployes employes at Galion and a night recep reception
tion reception in celebration of suffrage were
on Senator Harding's crowded list
FOCH CANT VISIT
AMERICA NEXT YEAR
Strassbourg," Aug. 27. Dr. Maroel
Knecht today denied on behalf of
Marshal Foch that Foch plans to visit
the United States in April as has
been announced in some newspapers.
$5.95 SHOES $5.95
Walkover and Robert Johnson &
Rand, two famous brands of ladies'
and men's oxfords and pumps. See
our display and make your selection
while our stock is full of complete
sizes Regular $8 and $10 alues for
$5.95. B. Goldman. "Why Pay
Did you know If you make a wish
seeing a spotted dog and you do
see it attain you' will set your
Naturally anything which- has pro produced
duced produced such splendid tributes in prose,
in poetry and in human devotion as
ka dog would have much folklore ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated around -it.
Everybody is familiar with the south southern
ern southern negro superstition about the dog
baying -at the moon being an omen of
death, and If It howls twice and stops
It is for a man; If three times, a
SOME Ota ENS
It's bad luck to have a drunk drunken
en drunken man speak to you.
To meet a person who looks
much like you Is a bad omen.
It's a good omen to meet the
same person twice on a walk.
Tn meof on omntv Iimpso Is
a sure sign of disappointment, t
Meet a snake on the walk and
-you will meet an enemy soon.
It is lucky to meet a person
with a bundle. It Is also lucky
to meet a crippled person on
v If, on leaving the house In the
morning, you see a black cat
crossing the road, you will have
some misfortune that day.
A man walking along the
street and hailed by a stranger
who thinks he knows him will
, be fortunate the rest of the day.
In crossing a bridge, if you
meet a woman first, that means
a pleasant surprise. If you meet
a man, your wants will be re refused.
The term "admiral" was first used
Is England In 1297.
The word aerodrome was first used
to denote a flying machine.
The River Amazon and Its tributa
ries provide 50,000 miles of navigable
.The Vatican library contains over
220,000 volumes and 80,000 manu
Harnessed to a tiny wagon a fly has
drawn 170 times Its own weight over
Oysters are nervous creatures,' and
a sudden shock such as a loud thun thunderclap
derclap thunderclap will kill many hundreds of
'An Oregon fruit grower has perfect perfected
ed perfected a seedless apple. In form It re resembles
sembles resembles a banana. Though elongated,
it is plump, and Its fruit Is more tasty
than the ordinary apple.
Typists' fingers are capable of go going
ing going tremendous distances without the
fatigue that would come to the feet
and legs In performing a similar jour journey.
ney. journey. .In ordinary typewriting the hand
may travel 10,000 miles a year and
not Indicate any Impairment In effi efficiency,
ciency, efficiency, r
SOME FAMOUS WORDS
" Famous words of famous women:
Tnsectl v ; .r-..
1 Famous words of famous; Judges;
Terrible Total of Thirty Million Uvea
the Cost of Teuton Ambition
' and Treachery
Washington, Aug. 27. Nine mill
ion, eight hundred and nineteen thou thousand
sand thousand were killed in the ten European
nations engaged in the war, and a
potential loss in population of thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five million, three hundred and twen twenty
ty twenty thousand, the society for studying
social consequences of the war an
nounced through the Red Cross today.
OCALA TOO MUCH
FOR HIGH SPRINGS
For the second. time in as many
days Ocala defeated C the fast High
Springs team in a slow but well play played
ed played game that was full of excitement
and brilliant plays, with the odds in
favor of Ocala. The final score was
3 to 2 '
The cloudy afternoon kept a good
many from the game but neverthe
less there was a big half -holiday
crowd in attendance and every one
got more than their money's worth
for they saw a mighty good game.
With the score three to two in
favor of the locals, the visitors tried
hard to tie the score and win the
game in the ninth inning, but on two
great catches their efforts went for
With a runner on ; second and no
outs, Harris in left caught a line
drive which was almost labeled for
three bags for the first out, and with
second and third covered Mickler,
who relieved Luffman out of a bad
hole in the eighth inning, got himself
in another bad hole with the pret prettiest
tiest prettiest play of the day. Fred Luffman
playing third got a "hunch" that the
squeeze play was gomg to be pulled.
He ran way in, got a little pop fly
not-much more than ten feet from
the plate and doubled the runner on
third and the game was over.
Luffman pitched a good game for
the locals but when the rain came
he was unable to hold the wet sphere
and retired in" Mickler's favor. Fal
low on second saved the day in the
eighth when he went way back xinto
center 'and robbed High Springs of a
sure hit. Bishop in center had five
or six chances, which he took in easy
fashion, and Jimmie Liddell, who
went in for Leavengood in the eighth
inning, made the run that won the
game for Ocala.
High Springs plays inPalatka to
The Ocala team should have a lot
of credit for defeating the High
Springs team, as they have defeated
Madison and Live Oak, two of the
state's paid amateur teams. Mickler,
Ocala 's crack pitcher, is one of the
best in the state and the Florida
State League is trying to secure his
Manager Jake Goldman is trying
for games with Lawtey for Tuesday
and with St. Augustine Thursday,
The Lawtey team has defeated the
High Springs team and if Mr. Gold
man is successful in getting the
team for next week Ocala fans will
have an opportunity of seeing some
fast amateur ball. Mr. Goldman says
that if the Ocala fans back the team
in the future as" in the past, he will
try to bring the best amateur teams
of the state to the Ocala diamond.
Watch for the games next week.
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,
8-6-tf Law Library Building
Ten Thousand Want to Go to the Cot
ton Fields of Texas
Mexico Cityv Aug. 27.- Mexican
Consul Laredo is here seeking to ar
range' for the emigration of .10,000
Mexicans to southern cotton fields.
VILLA NOW AN ADVISER
Mexico City, Aug. 27. Villa has
written Pedro Zamora, the bandit
who has been carrying off American
subjects, advising him to surrender
and sacrifice his pride.
SMITH GREETED MRS. CATT
Having Ratified and Celebrated, Ifa
Time to Get Down
New York, Aug: 27. Prominent
suffragists assembled in New York
today to celebrate formal ratification
of the nineteenth amendment. Gov
ernor Smith greeted Mrs. Carrie
Chapman Catt at the station when
the suffrage delegation from Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee arrived. : 4
- Many 'useful : every day needs in
dishes, 'glassware, wood and enamel enamel-ware,
ware, enamel-ware, wire goods and aluminum. A
part of the late R. L. Bridges' stock.
Now on sale at B. Gldman's. "Why
Pay More?1' 26-3t-ltw
Poland Wisely Counseled by France
to Make Good Her Strategical
Warsaw, Aug. 27.- General Tuch-
aschewski, known as the soviet Na
poleon, has been relieved as commander-in-chief
of- the bolshevik
army on the Polish front because of
his failure to capture Warsaw, ac
cording to the newspapers, and Leon
Trotzky has personally taken com command.
mand. command. Bolshevik prisoners gave out
x GOOD ADVICE
Paris, Aug. 27. The foreign min
istry has announced that France has
counseled Poland to attain the best
strategical military position possible
until peace is signed, regardless of
the ethnographical frontier, because
Poland's military position will influ
ence the peace terms. France advised
the withdrawal of Poland's armies
within the frontier upon the signing
Warsaw, Aug. 27. The Russians
who took refuge in East Prussia are
fighting the Poles along the frontier.
An official statement says two soviet
batteries opened fire from German
soil, but the Poles were cautioned not
to fire into Prussia. There is a lull
in the fighting on the various sectors,
although the Poles report advances
at several places.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met this the
3rd day of August, 1920, in regular
session with W. L. Colbert, chairman,
C. R. Veal and A. J. Stephens present.
Bhtchton school was granted a
teacher at $75 per month from county
funds, the district being allowed to
supplement the saalry.
Pine Level school was allowed $25
per month from county funds to
transport children to Heidtville dis district
trict district to supplement this amount.
A request for new school at St.
Phillips was refused.
The trustees of Reddick school ap
peared before the board and 'stated
that it was necessary for them to pay
off labor and expenses in the con
struction of the new school building
every week, showing that they, had
already paid out over $700 of their
own money andvasked that the board
deposit $1000 to their credit, on which
they could draw checks, and account
for the money at end of each month.
Request was granted.
Trustees of Citra school were au
thorized to have stone steps built to
school house and $50 appropriated for
Board adjourned to August 4th. at
9 o'clock, at which time the board
met with all members present.
Contract was awarded to T. J. Per
ry to convey the children from the
Pine school to the Citra school at
$87.50 per month, $62.50 from county
funds and $25 from idstrict funds.
Application of Mrs. A. L. Newton
for widow's school pension was ap approved.
proved. approved. Mr. J. M. Goin was appointed
supervisor of the Goin school.
Mr.' J. F. Luffman being the lowest
bidder to convey the children living
too far to walk to the Gnner Farm
school, was given the contract at $84
per month. -' '
" It was ordered that the children of
the Badger school be conveyed to the
Fellowship school and Mr. E. B.
Weathers was given the contract at
$50 per month.
The Mayville school trustees upon
request were allowed to pay from the
district funds for conveying the chil children
dren children to the Weirsdale school.
A petition signed by one-fourth of
the qualified voters who pay taxes
on real or personal property and live
in a certain described territory, was
presented to the board asking that an
election be called to create a special
tax school district. Action on said
petition was deferred until the reg regular
ular regular meeting in September. v
, There being no further business,
the board adjourned to meet at its
regular meeting in September.
W.,D. Cam, Secretary.
WERE PREPARING TO
DO GREAT THINGS
Chicago, Aug. 27. A confession
that they planned to shoot Charles
Comiskey and rob the American
League baseball park box office Sept.
16th, when Babe Ruth is expected to
draw a capacity crowd, was made by
three boy bandits captured in an at attempt
tempt attempt to rob the Wilson & Company
Including enamel and tinware, stone
and woodenware, dishes and glass glassware.
ware. glassware. These goods were a part of
the late R. L. Bridges' stock and con
sist of many useful items in house
furnishings, on which we can save
you considerable in price. Displayed
and on sale at B. Goldman's. "Why
Pay More? 2S-3t-ltw
When you want a really high class
candy, try SIRRON chocolate covered
nuts and fruits. Sold in Ocala by the
Court Pharmacy. ;17-tf
Seem Entirely Willing for the Sultan
to Lead the Nationalist
Constantinople, Aug. 27. Sulton
Mohammed must personally lead the
Turkish troops against the national nationalists,
ists, nationalists, the cabinet has decided, to pre prevent
vent prevent dissolution of the empire. The
allies are apparently willing to per permit
mit permit the organization of the Turkish
NEWS OF THE WORLD
George W. Sisson Jr., president of
the American Pulp and Paper Asso Association,
ciation, Association, told the society for the pro protection
tection protection of New Hampshire forests
yesterday that bills were being pre prepared
pared prepared for introduction in Congress Congress-and
and Congress-and state legislatures to put int&- ef effect
fect effect a national forestry policy adopt adopted
ed adopted by a committee of his association
Comprehensive legislative reforms
are being urged before the American
Bar Association in annual convention
at St. Louis. The proposed changes,
coverin ga wide range, were present presented
ed presented in reports by various committees.
They tend in part toward uniformity
for state statutes and modernization
of certain federal coutr procedure.
The first ter-centenary Pilgrim
pageant of the year was presented
Wednesday at North Truro, Mass.,
'way down along Cape Cod, in a nat natural
ural natural ampitheater overlooking a fresh
water pond wher the Pilgrim. Fath Fathers
ers Fathers camped. One hundred and sixty
townsfolk of North Truro, Truro and
Corn Hill impersonated Pilgrims, In Indians
dians Indians and sailors of the period.
There is a demand in all the great
cities of the United States for the
establishment of municipal legal aid
bureaus, Ernest L. Tustin, of Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, told the American Bar As Association
sociation Association at its annual convention in
St. Louis. Mr. Tustin is director of
public works in Philadelphia. He
said the purpose of such a bureau or
department would be to enable the
poor to obtain justice and the for
eigner to be relieved from imposi
tion, to establish a place where the
weak, helpless and ignorant would
1 il 1 A J
nave ineir wrongs rigntea.
Never has there been such an ex
odus from the larger cities of Eng
land to seaside and village for the
vacation period as this year. Rail
roads and coastwise steamship com companies
panies companies have been unable to cope with
the traffic and lack of housing facil
ities at the more popular resorts have
forced thousands to sleep on the
sands until they can arrange to get
The Armenian republic now has
sufficient grain supplies for eight
months, according to a telegram to
the United States Grain Corporation
executives ra Paris from Col. William
N. Haskell, allied high commission commissioner
er commissioner to Armenia, who has left that
country to go to Paris with his staff
of American army officers.
Four Roman tombs, built in the
third century and containing golden
objects, urns, glass work, pottery and
bones have. been found in a gravel
pit near Heerlen in Dutch Limburg.
Many of the things are of great
scientific value and furthe rexcava-
tions are being made.
Among the legislative proposals to
be submitted in the forthcoming ses session
sion session of the Australian parliament
at Perth will be a bill to remove the
disqualification against women offer offering
ing offering themselves as candidates for par parliament.
liament. parliament. V
The labor problem is no problem at
all to Carl Paulson, who has just
landed in New York from Copenhag Copenhagen
en Copenhagen with his wife and 15 children to
operate a farm in Minnesota. He ex explained
plained explained that if he couldn't get the
work done with this force, he'd send
home for reserves two married
daughters and three married sons,
and nine grandchildren.
Stimulated by north Americans,
"The Good Roads Association of the
Argentine Republic" has just been
organized and plans an active moving
picture, newspaper and public speak speaking
ing speaking campaign. Good roads in Argen Argentina
tina Argentina are a rarity and the use of au
tomobile trucks between towns and
cities is virtually impossible.
General Jesus Guajardo, who
treacherously tricked and slew the
wily rebel leader, Emiliano Zapata,
himeslf fell a victim of deception
when he was captured by government
troops at Monterey, Mexico. July .18
last, and executed.
"Learn German" is the advice for former
mer former President Poincare has given the
French through the Association of
Language Professors. He said: "To
dominate German science we must
understand it. And to maintain the
independence or the superiority of
our literature 4 we must not close our
eyes, Jto .foreign literature, not even
that of GeraanyT
Many Satisfactory Results Reported
at the Meeting of the Board
of Trade Last Nfeht
The reports made at the meeting
of the Marion County Board of Trade
last night showed that much good
work had been accomplished. As a
result of work done by the housing
committee, the Citizens Investment
Company of Ocala has taken up the
housing problem. The city has ap appropriated
propriated appropriated $800 toward the band
concerts during the winter months,
and has appropriated $500 toward an
other edition of the Ocala-Maricu
county booklet for next yean As a
result of a conference with the union
station improvement committee with
a representative of the Seaboard Air
Line, the city engineer will prepare
a plan for the improvement of the
union station approach and the open
ing of North Main street to be sub submitted
mitted submitted to the railroads. The city has
ordered the purcltse of material for
the installation of a white way for
the business district of the city, and
the white way committee of the
Board of Trade will receive bids Sep September
tember September 4 for art lighting standards.
The standards are to be paid for by
the property owners, and the city is
to install- the system and provide
current. The motor camp comnnttee
is making a survey and having plans
prepared for the necessary pavilion
and other comforts and conveniences
for the motor tourists. The ccr&mit ccr&mit-tee
tee ccr&mit-tee is of the opinion that the present
motor camp site is the best that can
The Board of Trade last night au authorized
thorized authorized the appointment of a special
committee to make arrangements for
the entertainment of the National
Editorial Association whose members
will make a tour of Florida in 1921,
Ocala being among the cities to be
HOT BISCUIT IN
Chapman, Kan., Aug. 27. Trans Transformation
formation Transformation of wheat from standing
grain to hot biscuits in 55 minutes is
a record established here recently by
Harry Ruff, head of a local milling
company. He drove into a field where
a farmer was harvesting wheat with
a harvester-thresher, which cuts and
threshes wheat with one operation,
and took two bushels of wheat. This
he rushed to the mill where it was
ground immediately, then took the
flour home and Mrs. Huff made bis biscuits.
cuits. biscuits. From the time the grain was
cut to the first bite of biscuit was five
minutes less than an hour, including
32 minutes spent on the road. V
A CHANGE OF DAT I
Period Between Election and Isai
guratjon of the President
Should be Shortened
St. Louis, Aug. 27. The long
period between the election of the
president of the United States and
his inauguration is "a serious evil
fraught with much danger," accord
ing to the report of the special com committee
mittee committee on the change in date of the
presidential inauguration, presented
today to the convention of the Am American
erican American Bar Association, in session
The report recommends that the
period be shortened, and that the
short term of the old Congress be
eliminated. It, however, does not
suggest any other date for the inau inauguration,
guration, inauguration, explaining that March 4,
has been recognized by constitutional
amendment as the date of inaugural.
"The committee, however, is of the
opinion that it is the' duty of this
association representing the great
body of lawyers of the country to call
the attention of Congress to those
provisions of the law and of the con constitution
stitution constitution which are fraught with
serious danger and which are liable
to bring humiliation and disaster to
It is stated that the period between
election and inauguration i3 "liable
to leave the administration in hands
which have been discredited by a pop popular
ular popular vote of want of confidence and
that such a situation greatly weak weakens
ens weakens the prestige of the government
both at home and abroad.
"The three months session of the
old Congress occurring after a new
Congress has been elected is also
most unsatisfactory and serves as an
opportunity for partisan activity cf
the worst kind."
HE'S TWENTY-FIVE DAYS
BEHIND OLD DOC TANNEH
London, Aug. 27. Mayor Mac Mac-Sweeney
Sweeney Mac-Sweeney of Cork today began tha
fifteenth day of his hunger strike
conscious and able to speak. He said
he might live a week if hi3 lungs era
$5.95 buys you an f 3 aid ?10 :'.r
of shoes. Ladles and men's csfsrc.v
and pumps. No better shoes can Is
bought for the same money. A Kr: ?
of clean merchandise. Walkover sr. J
Robert Johnson Rand line. Ca sela
at B. Goldman's." S-3tUw
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COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
Charles E. Jones
J. G. Sharon
P. W. Corr
W. V. : Knott
C. B. Wells
. Twn hnrurrA American firms es-
tnhlishrd faptories in Canada last
Apples that cost sixty cents a doz
en, or more, in Ocala, are selling at
$1.50 a barrel in Canada and our
two of times
Warsaw has saw war at
ranee. St. Aueustine Record
Yes, a hundred or
since it was founded.
: : .-
Recent events among big league
players are imbuing the American
public with the idea that its only
chance .to see clean baseball is when
it is played by amateur teams.
The difficulties of the aerial flight
from Mineola, N. Y., to Nome, Alas Alaska,
ka, Alaska, make it evident that much im improvement
provement improvement will be needed before this
mode of transportation can be either
safe or regular.
The abstract men of Florida, than
whom there is not a shrewder, more
conscientious bunch in-the state, are
in session in Ocala" today. We are
all glad to see them and make them
a present of the town provided they
don't carry it away. V
The Rotarians of Gainesville were
so pleased with the tri-city picnic
held at Silver Springs a. few weeks
ago that they have invited the Ocala
, and Palatka Rotes to meet, with them
' their city Thursday, Sept. 9, and
out to Newnan's Lake for a gen gen-.1
.1 gen-.1 good time. :
the Ocala baseball team is coming
ht along. It is doing some fine
,aying and deserves thet full sup sup-ort
ort sup-ort of the town. Nobody need think
riy the less of it for an occasional
defeat, as every event of that sort
makes the boys work harder to win
next- time. .'.
Queer why so much fuss is made
about the, campaign funds of either
of the big parties. If there are
enough people ready to be bought
they .deserve no better government
than that which their purchasers will
give them, Times-Union.
- Yes; but how about the rest of us
who never have a chance to be
bought? V -
Dispatches tell of a mass meeting
in Trafalgar square, London, to pro protest
test protest against V keeping Archbishop
Mannix out of Ireland, and to de de-denounce
denounce de-denounce Lloyd George. A number
of insulting and what Americans
would consider treasonable speeches
vere made against the British gov government
ernment government but the Jew policemen pres present
ent present paid no attention to them. There
were a few brief paragraphs about
the event in the papers f next day.
Until the Irish break up this British
phlegm or acquire something like it
themselves, they will not break loose
from the British Empire'.
If the specimen of Florida made
paper received at this office is repre representative
sentative representative of what may be done, and
the process is not too expensive, the
question of a supply of print paper
i3 solved m this state, at least.
From the Grass Fibre and Paper
Corporation, with headquarters at
Leesburg, there comes a sample of
Florida sawgrass fibre paper, that
unsized and unfinished as it is, is
proof of the fact that a fine quality
of print paper, at least, can be made
from one of the commonest of raw
materials in the state. This particu particular
lar particular sample was cooked in open wash wash-tubs,
tubs, wash-tubs, beaten by hand and run out on
a wallpaper machine, and yet it read
ily takes printing ink and is much
stronger than the ordinary print
paper in daily use.
As it is not sized, the specimen
shows some of the rougher elements
of the raw material out of which it is
made, and is a little off color, but the
manner in which it was produced and
the fact that it is not finished and
surfaced as print paper usually is,
indicates that there is a basis here
for any Quantity of real paper, for
which the world is now looking.
,We cannot conceive of the supply
of saw grass being exhausted. There
are hundreds of thousands of acres
of this heretofore useless material in
Florida, and as it grows rapidly it
may easily be replaced when once a
portion of the land is cleared of it.
It is said that a company owning
the many, patents covering this new
form of paper is installing large
mills at Leesburg. Evidently, the
rromoters of the enterprise have
studied the question of costs of pro
duction deeply, or they would not
now be installing a costly plant to
manufacture sawgrass into paper.
Before the end of this year, it is ex expected,
pected, expected, the pulp mill will be turning
out pulp in large quantities, and the
rets of the program of preparing
print paper is comparatively easy.
' What this means to the state of
Florida, and especially to that por portion
tion portion in which there are extensive
fields of sawgrass, is not difficult to
imagine. The world's paper situa situation
tion situation is exceedingly serious. The con-,
sumption of white print paper is en enormous,
ormous, enormous, and the drains upon the
spruce forests of the north has been
such as seriously to deplete the for forests
ests forests upon which the northern manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer depends for his supply. A
spruce tree cannot be replaced in
decades and when once the ground is
cleared of available material the
pulp manufacturer must go else
where for his supply. That supply
is rapidly vanishing.
If the sawgrass of Florida affords
a practical pulp making product part
of the great problem is solved, and
the company that first begins the
manufacture of a good quality of
print paper from this widespread
Florida grass is assured of a profi
table and growing business from the
if the Leesburg mill proves a suc success,
cess, success, other pulp" mills and other paper
mills will spring up all over South
Florida, and this industry promises
to be one in which Miami could very
well become interested.- Miami Her
-The Star has received a sample of
the paper and finds it light and
strong. With good management, the
industry is bound to be a great sue
cess and of prime benefit to the state.
The Star has enough faith in. it to
take stock and if every other news
paper in Florida will do so the state
press will secure a base near home
that even war will find it difficult to
One of the most brilliant social
events of the summer was the recep reception
tion reception yesterday afternoon at which
Mrs. H. C. Jones entertained one hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty friends. As the guests
arrived they were greeted on the
broad veranda, which had been con converted
verted converted into a summer parlor, by Mrs.
Carney, who conducted the guests to
the punch table which was presided
over by two fairy-like little lassies,
Misses Jess Dehon and Violet Jones,
the latter the daughter of the hos hostess.
tess. hostess. These young ladies dispensed
the refreshing nectar from a crystal
bowl placed in the center of a heart
At the entranceway Mrs. H. M.
Hampton received. The hostess,
gowned in midnight charmeuse with
a corsage bouquet of roses, greeted
her guests in the music room and re receiving
ceiving receiving with her was her daughter,
Miss Helen Jones, the guest of honor,
attired in flowered foulard of bril
liant hue with corsage of LaFrance
roses. The attire suited her to per
fection and she made a lovely picture
as she stood in a room decked with
roses and ferns.
Mrs. Emily Green directed thj
guests into the library, where Mrs
M. A. Home received. Hanging bas
kets of Tennessee vine gayly waved
their refreshing pinkness and low
bowls of gorgeous pink and white
zinnias further enhanced the loveli
ness of the room.
After the euests had arrived an
enjoyable musical program was giv given
en given by Mrs. Hampton and Mrs. S. J
Manly, their accompanist being Mrs
C. W. Moremen. The following num
bers were rendered:
Mrs. Hampton sang "All for You,'
by Guy Hardelot, and "Why Is My
Lover True," by Thos J. Hewett
Mrs. Manly's selections were "Love's
Spring Time," by Hammond; "Re
solve," by Foutenoilles, and "You
Better Ask Me," by Herman Lohr.
Each of these gifted soloists had to
respond to an encore.
Just after the musical program, the
hostess placed on a table in the
drawing room a miniature bride and
groom and said that Mrs. Carney
would now have something to tell
On seeing the decorations for this
table, Mrs. Carney referred to them
in the following extemporaneous
Oh, come, dear girls, come gather
For then a secret you may hear!
Of course, it's of no use to me,
Unless I can "pass it along," you see
So, if you will listen well,
To you the secret I will tell.
Telen Jones. She is one of our most
charming and accomplished young
lies. Mr. Clarence Mitchell Tucker
ia3 maue many staunch inends since
he cast his lot vath us a lew months
ago. lie is a young man oi sterling
worth and unusually pleasing person personality.
ality. personality. He was president of the Mis-
ouri chapter of the Sigma Phi Ep-
lon fraternity during 1919-20. Mr.
ucker's parents were from Virginia.
The; belonged to the well known and
distinguished Tucker-Johnson famil
ies, who were closely ldentmea with
the state's development, many of
them holding positions of honor and
The Star extends congratulations
i a. r, I r - -'- v w -w v w -..
We have just read
A long newspaper article
In a Sunday edition ;
Proving that woman,,. lovely
Woman, Can vote and mix
In affairs political : :
Her' modesty, but
It has occurred to us
How perfectly ridiculous
A fair voter will look
Trying to preserve
Her modesty and feminine charm
If she should find herself
A member of that :
Large and growing faction
Of the body'politic known as
. St. Augustine Record.
Don't know about that; woman
looks better astride a horse than in
a side-saddle;--': '- ..
The Telegram acknowledges with
great pleasure the reecipt of a postal
card announcing that T. J. Apple-yard,-the
genial, popular and efficient
state printer, has reached his allotted
three score and ten' years. He is
"seventy years young' and good, we
sincerely hope, for many more years.
He has furly realized the toast which
old Joe Jefferson used to pronounce
with such gusto in Rip Van Winkle,
"May you live long and prosper." If
best wishes for the continuation of
Golden Age Macaroni and Spa-
ghetti, 3 packages for. .... . 25c
Irish potatoes, per peck. ........ ,70c
Lima Beans, per lb........... . ,10c
Lard Compound, bulk, per lb. .... 22c
Pure Lard, bulk, per lb........ 27 J c
Kingan's Pure Lard, 3-lb pails
per pail ......... ............95c
Kingan's Pure Lard, 5-lb. pails,
per pail ............. . .$1.45
White Bacon, per lb. ; . . . ,24c
White Bacon (by the side) per lb. 22c
Kingan's Luncheon Meat, sliced,
per pound ............. . . .35c
Kingan's Smoked Bacon squares,
1 to 3 lbs. to the piece, per lb. .25c
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon
squares, per lb........ .38c
Kingan's Crocus Brand Butter,
per pound ........... . . . ,67c
Kingan's Tripe, per can, 35c.,
three cans for . . ......... $1.00
Corned and Roast Beef per can.. 35c
Premier Salad Dressing, per
bottle .. ..45c
Klim (whole milk) one lb. cans,
per can ..................... ,90c
Klim (whole milk) 2 lb. cans,
per can $1.80
Klim (skimmed milk) 1 lb. cans,
per can . ... .'. ... . ....... ,65c
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I Murphy Motor Co
I Band Concert
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 books
known to be needed in order that we
may, as much as possible, avoid con congestion
gestion congestion on the date of opening of the
Ocala schools, September 13th. Ex Exchange
change Exchange privileges only applies to ele elementary
mentary elementary books.
2G-3t -tw THE BOOK SHOP.
Some months ago to Ocala there
real "Prince Charmine" I'll not
call his name.
Who met a maiden, so pretty and
To win her he put up a brave, noble
This maid so demure, this dear little
Has caused the heart of many a boy
to whirl, whirl, whirl.
And by her the young man was qiuck
With her charms he was surely en-
To see her, he said, was to adore her,
And to wed him he did implore her.
He thought her so beautiful, so
dainty and sweet,
Himself and his fortune, he lay at
She was his world 1 He hoped her
Would for him be pierced by Cupid's
He begged her to be his own prec-
. ious wife,.
For without her, he said, he cared
naught for life.
To his ardent wooing, she, at last,
And them the preacher shall very
In the coming September, the fif fifteenth
teenth fifteenth day,
Together they'll start on life's sweet
No, not a large wedding, just a small
Of friends; whose wishes will be gen
uine and hearty,
For their happiness, comfort and
Hoping that each.the other may al al-"
" al-" ways please.
You think you know her ? Then I'll
make "no bones"
In saying, 'tis no other than our own
Yes, she is the girl, and I feel that
Are wishing her joys and pleasures
And too, youH be glad they are not
For in our town the have decided to
. stay. '.; ;
You can't guess the man? Well, I do
And he so gallant, so debonair !s
He is handsome and courteous and so
I was sure you would know him in a
I see your faces are all in a pucker
So Ill-tell you his name is Mr. Mit
Now, my dear girls, let us give three
Wishing them many, many happy
Of love, prosperity and gladness,
A world full of sunshine no bitter
ness, no sadness.
May all good befortune them, and
The softest rays of golden light fall
on their way.
Of course the warmest of congrat congratulations
ulations congratulations and heartiest of best wishes
weer extended the real bride-to-be,
and all present regretted that the
lucky man could not be there beside
During the afternoon refreshments
consisting of cherry ice cream, white
cake and mints were served by a
bevy of Ocala's prettiest girls, among
whom were Misses Ethel and Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Home, Loureen Spencer, Callie
Gissendaner, Sara Dehon, Mrs. Leon
Mason and Miss Denham of Gaines Gainesville.
Every one in Ocala loves Miss
eyesight is such a prec
ious thing that it should
fi;?" be treasured and guard-
r.tr ed with the most zealous
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
In Accents Mild
Me Modestly Proclaim
that we are VulcaDizing
Headquarters for tbis
community and we want
to Whisper Softly in your
" ear that we Guarantee
Oils, Gas and Accessories to.
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
Ladies' sumi Men's
Watcl ship Wiitowi
' g jjlB "" .. jjm
"WHY PAY MORE?"
A. E. GERIG
ACCIDENT J AUTOMOBILE
L. T. 'IZL AR
Ocala - Florida
Blitchton, Aug. 27. Rev, Webb of
Williston will preach at the Baptist
church the second Sunday at 3:30 p.
m. On account of 'a heavy rain Rev.
Webb was unable to fill his last ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. Mr. Fred Iladley of Cedar Keys,
spent Sunday, and Monday here visit visiting
ing visiting friends.
Miss Theresa Brush of Cedar Keys,
is the attractive guest of Miss Oda
Blitch. : ;
Mrs. Minnie Hammons returned
home Monday from Tampa, where
she visited her daughter, Mrs. M. L.
Ferguson for a week.
Iiss Lois Blitch is up after a ten
Mrs. Rosa Seckinger of Fellowship
spent last wec-k here.
Misses Sallie Bolander, Rowena
Hammons and Elsie Coulter and
Messrs. B. C. Blitch and Rufus Will Williams
iams Williams visited our county seat Monday.
Dr. Roy Hawkins and Mr. Herbert
Hawkins of Williston called Monday.
Ocala Aiitto aiM Garage iCommpaey
(Successors to Cites. Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Spririgfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let usjprove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling'at the price.
2,225.00 Bellwred iia cala
STAR JOB DEPARTMENT
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LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FlfiE BOOELETS, ETC.
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We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
MUPON TOUEING CAE
Overhauled and Painted
NEW CORD TIRES
Merpliy Motor Cdiepaey
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Monday, Aug. 30th
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Born February 23. 1732, Bridge
Creek, Va. President a ge 57 ; served
from April 30. 1789, to March 4, 1797.
Wed December 14. 175(9, age 67. Buried
at Mount Vernon, Va. First in war.
first In -peace. The history of the
hatchet has been a moral prestige that
has caused many a boy to give -a
thought before hf would make a mis mis-r
r mis-r (-presentation.
Excellent service. Everything the
and seasons aiiord. ihe cook-
ease the most rastmeous
make the dyspeptic mile.
We serve coffee and .pies like ma used
Our 75 cent dinner will
ing will pi
"V J i 1 m
- I all you Jike. Come and try it.
Phone 51 Union Station
Answer these questions:
How many men have 'been
resident of the United States
and their names, and what
states were they elected from?
How many assassinated and
their names. How many serv served
ed served two terms and their names?
There will be one intentional intentionally
ly intentionally mispelled word in each ad.
"hi this page to find and YOU
IUST NOTIFY BACH OF
THE 27 ADVERTISERS by
Was born at Staunton, Va., February
8, 1855; .graduated at Princeton 1879;
studied law at the University of Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. In 1902
elected president Princeton University;
elected governor New Jersey 1911;
president United States March 4, 1913.
FOUNDED AND BUILT ON HONOR
Efficiency, Stabillity and Co-operation
are firmly fixed In our policy of
Munroe-Chambliss National Bank
postal or letter, delivered by
hand or mail, the word you
found in their ad. Then wTite
down the answers about the
President (found in history or
encyclopedia), and each word
you think is the intentional
misspelled one opposite the
name of the advertiser in
whose ad. you found it, then
your name and address, and
enclose in a sealed envelope,
addressed to the EDITOR OF
the PAGE OF PRESIDENTS,
care the Ocala Evening Star,
Ocala. Fla. The best prepared
correct, or the nearest correct,
answer will receive $15 in
cash. In case of a tie the
money will be divided. Every Everybody
body Everybody in and out of the city Is
eligible to enter the contest
except persons in any way
connected with the Star. Send
in your replies as early as
The decision of the contest
manager and assistant will be
w -v -
JAMKS A. GARFIELD
Born November 19. 183 L Orange. O.
President age 49 Served from March
4. 1881, to September 19, 1881, whn as assassinated
sassinated assassinated by Guiteau, aged 49. BurUd
Lake Mew Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.
IT'S YOUR LIVER
That causes sluggishness, dizine1??.
constipation and that tired feeling, it
leads up to rheumatism, malaria, fev fevers
ers fevers and many Ills.
"The Ideal Liver Stlmalajtt
Liven you up, help nature free the
bile and rid the system of the ari.
mulation of poisons. Mild and inex inexpensive;
pensive; inexpensive; safe and effective. Quit
omel; try nature's way. Take one
Kond s Pill tonight at "bedtime and
wake up well in the morning with no
unpleasant effects. 25 cent3 at any
BOND PHARMACY COMPANY
Little Rock Arkansas
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Born October 30. 1733, Braintree,
Mass. President age 61. Served from
March 4, 1797. to March 4. 1801. Died
July 4, 1826, aged 90. Buried Unitarian
church, Quincy, 'Mass.
THE LARGEST ALL-YEAR CO LEGE
TAMPA BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phone 4476, Tampa, Fla., C M. HATTON. Pres.
3IARTI.V VAN RUREN
Born December 5. 1782, Kinderhook,
N. Y. President age 54; served from
March 4, 1837, to March 4. 1841. Died
July 21, 1862, aged 7U. Buried at Kind Kinderhook,
erhook, Kinderhook, N. Y.
HONEST GOODS AT HONEST PRICES
It pays to trade at
E. T.' HELVENSTON'S,
the store that satisfies. See new line
of Men's Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
Fit, comfort, service, style and lowest
possible prices are what we give you
when we sell you shoes.
HOSE! HOSE! (Men's Ladies' and
Children's will stand the strain of busy
feet. We handle PHOENIX. BLACK
CAT, ONYX and other good brands.
New line Boy's and Men's Fall Suits
just receaved. See our new line Ladies'
ready to wear. We sell only rella-
- bie goods.
E. T. HELVENSTON
Phone No. 196 Ocala, Florida
Mnarm-iir-r mm,.,, ,., ft Owwj 1
Born November 23. 1804. Hillsboro,
N. H. President age 48; served from
March 4, 1853, to .March 4. 1857. Died
age 64; buried Minet Cemetery, Con Concord.
cord. Concord. NVH.
22.'M'Ur. Ut2Cil eve
To health, happiness and prosperity
with Shephard's House Fly and Inset
Exterminator. Endorsed by govern government
ment government officials, surgeons and superin superintendents
tendents superintendents of health. Now used exten extensively
sively extensively in 19 states. The new, clean
v way to exturminate disease carrying
f-l Insects and deadly germs. Ask for
SneDhard's. the only Insecticide. Germ
icide and LMsimectant. ah tnree in
same 'bottle with a spray. Sold
everywhere. Agents wanted.
SHEPARD'S CHEMICAL CO., Inc.
Wilmington, N. C
Born April 13th (only president born
thi3 date), 1743, Shadwell, Va. Presi President
dent President age 57. Served from March 4, 1801,
to .March 4, 1809. Died July 4, 1826, age
83:. Buried at Monticello, Albemarle,
county, Va. Drew up and signed the
Declaration of Independence, founder
of University of Virginia and true
VE SHALL KEEP FAITn"
xll land titles are based upon a pat pat-tent
tent pat-tent from the U. S. Government. Many
early government patents to land
were Issued during the administration
of President Van Buren. We have a
complete set of ABSTRACT BOOKS
and are prepared to furnish an ab abstract
stract abstract showing the compleat history,
of title from government down to
date, covering any farm land or city
lot in this. county. Members American
and Florida Association of Title Men.
FLORIDA Till E AND ABSTRACT CORPORATION
Capital stock $100,000.00
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W. H. HARRISON
Born February 9, 1773, Berkley, Va.
President at the age of 68. Served from
March 4. 1841, to April 4, 1841; 30 days.
Served the shortest time of any presi president.
dent. president. Died in White House. Age 68.
Buried in North Bend, O.
We solicet the trade of people who
are particular about the quallity of
their groceries. We expect our busi business
ness business to stand on merit only. In buying
we select only ipure, wholesome foods.
We invite your trade on the basis of
"complete satisfaction or your money
returned." Any child can deal at this
store without bringing a f other along.
JIRASH GROCERY CO.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Phone 413 Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel.
Bom April 23, 1791, at Stony Batter,
Pa. President at age 63; served from
March 4, 1857, to March 4, 1861. Died
at age 77. Buried at Wheathead, Pa.
A rightly equipted Steam Laundry
with modern machinery and giving
pood and prompt service Is a great
convenience to any community. Ocala
fortunately has one of that kind: They
have just installed a soft water plant
at a considerable cost to add to mak making
ing making the work superior in quality and
Ocala Steam Laundry
Cleaning and Pressing in connection
401 S. Main Street
Born March 16. 1751.'. Port Conway,
Va. President age 57; served from
March 4, 1809, to 1817. Died June 28,
1836, age 85. Buried at Montpelier,
FOR FURNITURE -AND HOUSE
We are the people. A large and com complete
plete complete stock of dependible goods. You
need not worry, you can furnish your
home on our easy payment plan and
hardly miss it. .Come and let us show
you our goods 'and tell you about our
easy payment plan. Always ready to
TEEUS BM(0., Furniture
4 N. Magnolia Street
. Born, March 29. 1790, Charles City
county, Va. President age 51; served
from March 4, 1845, to April 6, 1851.
Died age 71. Buried Hollywood, Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Va. 'When he was notified he
wi Vpresident, was found playing
mi les, known as "knuckles with
' Kills 13 unlucky Insects, roaches,
files, mosquitoes, lice, toed tougs, fleas,
mites, moths, ants, gnats, ticks, chig chig-ers,
ers, chig-ers, water bugs. O-PIN-O .floor oil
cleanses and polishes In one opera operation.
tion. operation. Is an insecticide as well as floor
polish. A .preventative for ants on
floors. For sale toy dealers. Who
would like an agensy? It will stand
AMERICAN POLISH CO., Manufacturers
Phone 2204 Tampa, Fla. 1724 FranklinSt.
Born February 12, 1809, Nolin Creek,
Ky. President age 52; served from
March 4. 1861, to April 15, 1865, when
he was assassinated 'by Booth. Died
age 56. Buried in Ridge Cemetery,
BREAD IS THE STAFF OF LIFE
"Why not get the best? If you have
not used our BUTTERNUT BREAD,
you have been infortunate Indeed.
None can surpas it in "taste or quallity.
Our Rolls, Cakes and Pastry -when &
used once call for more. Out of town
orders will receive prompt attention. "-
CHESTER A. ARTHUR
Born October 5. 1830. Fairfield, Vt.
President age 50; served from Septem September
ber September 20, 1881, to March 4, 1885. Died
age 56. Burled Rural Cemetery, Al Albany.
bany. Albany. N. Y. The "dude" president,
having 33 suits of clothes, 21 pairs of
shoes and 165 pairs of pants at the
Our line of MEN'S CLOTHES and
furnishings will appeal to the man
who appreciates high class, dependable
merchandize. Our aim is to please, to
serve. We'll be glad to have you come
and let us serve you.
VVALKLEY & BARNETT
Ocala House Block Plians 74
Born August 29. 1833. North Bend.
O. President age 55; served from March
4, 1889. to March 4. 1893. Died age 67.
Buried Crown Hill Cemetery, Indian Indianapolis,
apolis, Indianapolis, Ind. The only republican to
defeat Grover Cleveland.
Car new crop just In
MOTHER GOOSE FLOUR
I por tne tDest self-Rising Flour in
America, ask for MOTHER GOOi2.
MOSES WHOLESALE GROCERY CO CO-Wholsale
Wholsale CO-Wholsale Distributers
Two Phones, 209 and 92
Born March 1837, Caldwell. N. J.
President age 47; served March 4, 1884,
to March 4, 1889, and again from March
4, 1893, to March 4, 1897. Died age 71.
Buried Princeton, N. J. A man who
ran his own administration.
A well kept drug store is a revela revelation
tion revelation to any community one that takes
every care in compounding prescrip prescriptions
tions prescriptions accurately. We carry a large
stock of Fountain Pens, 'Cameras and
Films, Genuine Icy-Hot Bottles and
Fillers, Select Line of Stationary and
a complete line of Druggist's Sundries.
All mail orders are filled the same day
1 ; -T- r-r -f-
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG STORE
Central Florida's Largest and Ocala's Best Drca Store
Born April 28. 1758.- Westmoreland
county, Va. President age 57; served x
from March 4, 1817, to March 5. 1825.
Died July 4. 1831, age 73. Buried orig originally
inally originally Second Avenue Cemetery, New
York transferred to Hollywood, Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Va.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE FARMER
We have taken the agency of the
Hartford Fire Insurence Company
(farm department) and can write a
five-year policy at regujar rates and
you only pay one year's premium at a
time; no interest -charge by reason of
the deferred payments. The policy
can cover buildings, contents and hay,
grain and animals anywhere on farm.
JA3IES KNOX POLK
Born.Noember 2. 179". Mecklenberg
county, N. C. President age 49; serv served
ed served from March 4, 1845, to March 4,
1849. Died at age of 53. Buried Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, Tenn.
Don't wait until you hear the fire'
bell ring to think about insuring your
property. I can write Fire Insurance
quickly but I cannot write it as quick quickly
ly quickly as that Dodge chemical and that
American LaFrance truck can get to
your home. Oh, what a mess they
make. It's hard to say which does
more damage, fire or water. My in insurance
surance insurance (policy -protects you against
both. It even protects you against
the careless neighbors who throw the
mirrors out of the upstairs windows
Tp- 'laiand carefully carry a pillow down the
tsr stairs. Ask about rates. It will sup-
prise you how little it costs.
Eogcr Wilson Really Co.
L. T. IZLAR
Born December 29. 1808, Raleigh, N.
C. President at age 60; served from
April 15, 1865, to March 4, 1869.' Died
at age 66. Buried Greenville, Tenn. He
was a tailor; wife taught him to read
and write. At one time he wa a tailor
at Laurens, 6. C.
QUALITY CRATES AND ICE
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Ordurs promptly filled
OCALA MANUFACTURING CO.
vt ' ..... s
Born January 29. 1843, NUes, O. Pres President
ident President age 53; served from March -,
1897, to September 14, 1801. when b
was assassinated at Buffalo Exposi Exposition,
tion, Exposition, aged 57. Buried Canton, O. Good
and noible man; will toe remembered
for generations to come.
WE GIVE SERVICE
i VULCANIZING ibv experts.
I-:'-- i RICH TIRES and TUBIiS, GASOLINE,
OILS AND ACCESSORIES. Free air.
? Satisfactory service. Make ua prove It.
, Road service.
Cor. Oklawaha Ave. and Llsia Streets
.JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
Born July 11. 1767. Quincy, Mass.
President asre 57; served from 34arch
4, 1825, to March 5. 7 829. Died Febru February
ary February 23, 1818, age 80 Buried Unitarian
church, Quincy, Mass.
Z 4 CHARY TAYLOR
Born November 24. 1784. Orange
county, Va. President age 64; served
from March 4. 1849, to July 10, 1850.
Died age 65; buried Springfield, near
CASH AND CARRY
Peeple who want to SAVE MONEY
are dealing at the
Murphy Mot of Company
Cash and Carry
Ocala House Block
ULYSSES S. GRANT
Born April 27. 1822, Point Pleasant.
O. President age 46; served from March
4. 1869, to March 4, 1877. Died age 63.
Buried Riverside, New York city. A
true man and soldier. He refused to
accept General Lee's sword at Appomattox.
WHY LIVE IN FEAR?
Own your own home and you will
not have to move. I can Bell you a
home for cash or on very easy terms.
Have some real bargins.
Born October 27. 1838. New York
city. President age 43, (youngest of
all the presidents.); served from Sep September
tember September 14, 1901. and was succeeded toy
William H. Taft March 3. 1909. Hero
of San Juan HilL Explorer of the
wilds of Africa and South America.
L. M. MURRAY, Real Estate
Room 5, Holder Block, Ocala, Fla.
The Greatest of all American
The Fashion Center
The Greatest or All O'cala Stores
Fone 56 Fcoe 56
fi " llB"'1 1 "'Mtl'Tfi-fiii IttriMT1"' ih.-jjfr
Born March 15 1767. 'Mecklenberg
county, N. C. President age 62; serv served
ed served from March 4. 1829. to 'March 4,
1837. "Died June 8, 1845, age 78. Burled
Hermitage near Nashville, Tenn.
Kn own as "Old Hickory." Hero of New
Are our cold and refreshing drinks and
appetizing sandwiches. Fine line of
r-. nn 1 a aIvopo i!ornitHao anil f WKa An
-4l.Contlmn'B rmart Haro vrn tried
'Ai'c-S-tXjZr J;'EXIORT" on draught the sanitary
fresh. Come and see.
East Bred way
Soft Drinks Sandwiches
"Export" on Dracoht
Ocala House Bloch
Born January 7, 1800, Summer Hill,
N. Y. President aae 50; served from
March 4, 1850, to March 4, 1853. Died
age 74. Buried Forrest Lawn, Buffalo,
All kinds of seeds for the garden to
the plantation. Also all kinds of fer fertilizers
tilizers fertilizers at factory prices just the
freight added. We want to buy your
peanuts, corn, potatoes, hay, chickens,
eggs, cotton, wool, hides, furs, bees beeswax,
wax, beeswax, tallow, sacks, moss, rags, paper,
books and magazines, worn out cars
and second-hand machinery. Our
place the farmers'- hedquarters.
OCALA EXCHNGE AND HIDE CO.
Carmichael Bldg., N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES
Born October 4. 1822. Delaware. O.
President age 54. Served from March
4. 1877, to March 4, 1881. Died age 71.
Buried Fremont, O.
WIen your patience has departed
and your car still unstarted and act acting
ing acting rather Bolshelvik like, then we
have a hint for you. And the chances
are it's true your storage battery Is out
on strike. Let us arbitrate. We can
satisfy both you and your battery. Re Remake.
make. Remake. Consult us.
Yongc's Storage Battery Service
lesler Incas, Ekaager
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
Born September 15, 1877, Cincinnati.
O. Graduate Yale 1878. Second In raak,
class of 120. Made LLD. 18&8. Admitted
to Ohio bar 1880. Judge Supreme Court
Ohio 1887-90. Solicitor general U. fi.
1890-92. U. circuit Judge 1900-02. U.
S secretary of war 1902. President
March 4. 1909. Mr. Taft is the greatest
Jurist to be president.
For reliable goods In Diamonds.
Watches, Clocks. Cut Glass and man v
.Jewelry Novelties, the latest produc-
clock and jewelry repairing, our prices
are the lowest consistent with busi business.
ness. business. Come give these goods a looii
over Watches, Charms. Broaches,
w -i w YTm m m sm v w
-1 l f i I I til 1 fl iy I 8 lOlfTAlO
el. JLt. niilJLiiillili) Ufaiil
Sooth Side ol Oarringtcn Hall Cclc
If you have any news for, this de department
partment department please phone 255.
Temperature thi3 morning, 68; this
Ue a good Klenzo Tooth Brush.
Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Mr. D. W. Tompkins left today for
a business trip to Gainesville.
"A-head" of style are the HATS
gotten from FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Mr. W.'M. Martin left yesterday
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
A letter from Mr. T. T. Munroe at
Asheville, N. C., announces that Mr.
Allen Walkley is somewhat better.
Our specialties are Maple Nut
Sundaes, Pineapple Nut Sundaes and
Ice Cream Soda. Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. Julian Bullock, formerly of
this city, now of Orlando, is among
the abstract men in the city.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Mr. B. W. Pullen, who has been
combining business with pleasure in
Tampa for several days, is again at
Have you tried FISHEL'S for your
MILINERY? .Your neighbor doubt doubtless
less doubtless gets her3 there. 18-3t
Miss Margaret Walters is home
from New York, where she has been
on a buying trip of some weeks for
Rheinauer & Co.
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
' Miss Lutie Smith of Louisville. Ky.,
the attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Anderson, left today for a week
end visit in Tampa.
34-in. SILVERBLOOM MOHAIR,
worth $3 the yard, finest goods in the
world for SKIRTS. 4 During 'August,
$1.98 at FISHEL'S. .18-3 1
Mrs. C. E. Connor ...and daughter,
Miss Miriam Connor of North-Lake
Weir, are spending today with Mrs.
Connor's daughter, Mrs. B. F. Con Condon.
, Get the habit of calling phone 23
vhen you want high class fresh meats
and v groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf
Mr. II. J. Sasser of Inverness, who
is associated with the Lewis Chitty
Co. of this city, with his mother is
making hi3 home at the Colonial
Miss Ernestine Brooks has gone to
Only the highest grade ingredients
are used in our fountain Irinks, sun sundaes
daes sundaes and ice cream soda. The Court
Asheville, N. C, to join her .sister,
Mrs. Wj, W. Clyatt, who is summering
there. 'They will return to Florida
some time in September.
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
Miss Emeline Blalock, after a visit
to her brother, Mr. Joe Blalock and
family, left yesterday for her home
in Madison. She was accompanied
to Madison by Miss Nell Wallis.
Buy SOX by box. EVERWEAR
lisles, six pairs $3 during August;
all shades. Nationally advertised. At
! Miss Elizabeth Thomas left this
afternoon for her home in Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham after a pleasant visit to her
cousins, Misses Callie and Lucille
Gissendaner and uncle, Mr. J. M.
Thomas. i ;
"Got any nice GINGHAM dresses
for girls?" I'l say we have. And a
nice asortment. FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Dr. LeGrand Haskin, wife and
daughter of St. Petersburg spent
last night in the city. Today they
will visit Silver Springs, and then
leave for Atlanta. They are making
the trip by auto.
Miss Emma Perry, who is now con con-Use
Use con-Use Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug
Store. .. tf
nected vith a large abstract com company
pany company in Orlando, came to the city
yesterday to attend the convention
of abstract and title men and visit
All of our SG-inch DOMESTIC re reduced.
duced. reduced. FISHEL'S. 18-3t
After an extended visit to her
daughter, Mrs. C. W. Effinger in
West Palm Beach, and to Mrs. Alfred
Beck at Fort Lauderdale and Mrs.
Harry Lapham at Fulford, Mrs. R.
G. Blake arrived home today.
TMfE WIMTOSOM HOTEL
In the hean, of the iity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service ia
second to none
ROBERT M. i MEYER,'
We do not claim that EVERWEAR
HOSIERY NEVER WEAR out. but
we do claim that EVERWEAR will
endear them to you. Agency at
Mr. T. M. Kincaid, a prominent
merchant of Newberry, returned to
his home yesterday after several
days visit to Mr. L. J. Knight and
family. He was accompanied home
by his nephews, Harold and Billy
"Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,
gnats and other insects; 25 cenis the
bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
, Sheriff Galloway and his deputies
went out Fort McCoy way last eve evening
ning evening and gathered in Alice McLeod
and Morris her husband, also Mark
Wilkerson, all of whom have been
making liquor. They will be heard
W..K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. Y tf-
Miss Mary Connor, who has been
spending the summer in- Detroit,
Mich., is expected soon for a few
days visit in Ocala. She will then
go to Lake Weir for a omnth's visit
to her parents before returning to
her school duties in New Smyrna.
All of our 36-in. DOMESTIC re reduced.
duced. reduced. FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Friends have reecived letters of
interest from Mrs. Frank Thompson
(formerly Miss Nellie Gottlieb), who
was recently, married in Lakeland and
who with her husband is now in the
mountains of North Carolina. She
reports a most enjoyable time.
The trend of the times is for ECO
NOMY. To SAVE MONEY trade at
FISHEL'S. ., 18-3t ;
Cards have been received by rela relatives
tives relatives announcing the marriage of
Mr. Clarence Blalock of Madison to
Miss Mattie Griffin of Bremen, Ga.,
which occurred Saturday, August 21.
It was a quiet home wedding. They
will be at hotne to their friends in
Madison after September 1st.
Just say Banana Split and get the
best delicacy you ever tasted. The
Court Pharmacy. 17-tf.
Mr. Eugene G. Rivers of Tallahas
see, is in the city greeting his many
friends while the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Moore. Mrs. Rivers has
been in Ocala for the past week with
her parents. Mr. Rivers is travel
iner West Florida for one of the
lareg meat packing concerns.
Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all
germs in the mouth, throat and nasal
channel; 25 and' 50 cents at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe. Dr.
and Mrs. K. J. Weihe and Capt. F. E
Weihe motored to Gainesville Thurs
day afternoon. Miss Dorothy Lyles
who has been visiting the Weihes
returned home with them. Miss Dor-
othey will be greatly missed as her
winning ways endeared her in the
hearts of those who know her.
Late fall styles in young men's
CAPS. Solod greens and browns, also
plaid designs. FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Mrs. William Clark and her trio
of attractive little daughters have
concluded a week's visit to their sis
ter and aunt, Mrs. B. W. Pullen and
returned to their home in Quitman
Ga. They were accompanied as far
as Jacksonville by Mrs. Pullen, who
will return the latter part of the
Our stock of fresh seeds for f al
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
The doctors having decided that the
little colored boy who was the vie
tim of a shotgun duel Sunday morn
ing between Sikes and Green, two
negro sharpshooters; will' get well
Sheriff Galloway will bring the two
shootists up before Judge Smith Mon
day on a charge of assault with in
tent to murder.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe .Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. Louis Duval is home from
Jacksonville, where he attended the
meeting of the state democratic ex
ecutive committee. The committee
elected or rather re-elected George P,
Raney of Tampa chairman; Schel
Maines of Sanf ord, secretary, and I
J. McCall of Jasper, treasurer. I
indorsed the democratic nominees and
. Sugared pecans in one-pound boxes
They're delicious. Court Pharmacy, tf
, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Douglas and
daughters. Rubie and Gussie and son
Edgar, who have been visiting Ocala
relatives for the past week, left early
this morning for their home at Arch
Creek on the east coast. They were
accompanied by their nephew, Mr.
Marion Lummus, who will spend sev
eral. weeks at Arch Creek and Miami
All hats at greatly reduced prices
at the Affleck Millinery Parlor. Mak
ing room for new stock s arriving
daily. No. Ill East Broadway, two
doors from Western Union. 3tdlyltw
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Everything to Eat
9 N. Main Street
Dancing will commence at 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.
f Prizes to the Best Dancers
Waltz, $10' Gold Piece. One-step, $5 Gold Piece.
Fox Trot, $5 Gold piece.
Music by Prof. Bushnell's
JAZZ ORCHESTRA AND DeLAND BAND
Swimming races will continue throughout the day from 2
till 6 p. m., with contests between the following:
JACKSONVILLU VS. DAYTONA.
DELAND VS. ORLANDO. SANFORD VS. MT. DPR A
... AND ,WINTER IIAVEN.
Reservations for the week-end may be made at the Break Breakers
ers Breakers Hotel, one of the leading hotels of Dayton Beach. s
LP :3 7-. "T
KEEPT0UR SHOES NEAT $$Stev
Pjjijlllllljijjggil r.mmiM .i n m tmS i ii An mimnulm a
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
"THE FASHION CENTER"
Final Ossm-iip Sails
We must make room for new
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FALL GOODS arriving
WOODMEN OF TITE 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, j
"Gone to the seashore," "Gone to
the mountains." Unless you take
along half-dozen of those good MID MIDDIES
DIES MIDDIES from FISHEL'S you won't en
joy yourself like vou could. 18-3t
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
"Nucoa" Nut Margarine, 40 cents a
pound at Cook's Market. Phone 243.
Among the prominent business
visitors in the city today are Mr. S
M. Piper, manager of the Atlanta
branch of the Studebaker Corpora
tion, and Mr. W. E. Lucas, Florida
state representative of the same con
cern, with headquarters in Jackson
ville. These gentlemen are here in
consultation with Mr. P. G. Murphy
of the Murphy Motor Company, who
handles .this popular car in this sec section.
tion. section. Meet me at the AmprTrr.n CafV,
Union Station, Ocala, for a reuhi.
dinner family style. Ucsi. dinner m
the slate for 75c. Eat -and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:. p. m. 17-tf
The Klenzo Family complete is now
on display at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
After an absence of several months,
Mr. Geo. W. Chase is with us again,
arriving from his Massachusetts
home Tuesday. Mr. Chace has joined
his Ocala friends at some sacrifice
of his personal comfort, the tempera--
iture on the New England coast being
considerably lower than that of in inland
land inland Florida. As he expects to re remain
main remain with us until next spring, he
will lose his vote. He had better
change his citizenship to thiss'tate.
Florida likes him.
We are closing out our 36-in. brown
DOMESTICS at 24c. per yard up.
U. S. Government
Series Big Exhibit
To the State Fair
All Bureaus of the Dept. of Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Represented
Jacksonville. The Department of
Agriculture Is this year sending some
very .fine exhibits to the Florida State
Fair in Jacksonville, Nov. 18-27.. These
displays are educational, interesting
and are of value not only to the farm farmer
er farmer and stockman, but to everyone,
since all are interested In increased
food production, better food and low lower
er lower prices for food.
Thj Government exhibits illustrate
tl activities cf the various bureaus
of the department in bettering agri agricultural
cultural agricultural conditions throughout the
country. The several phases of he
Department's xrork will Include dis displays
plays displays by the- Bureaus of Animal Indus Industry.
try. Industry. Ciirmi3ry, Soils, Entomology,
Crop Est rJticr. Public Koad3. Mar Markets,
kets, Markets, the Weather Bureau, Federal
Horticultural Board, Biological Sur Survey,
vey, Survey, and Forest Service. The material
fliown by these bureaus will relate
I-Lvi : r.?c:-:y to conditions cabins ia
A thorough study of the entire Gov Gov-ernments
ernments Gov-ernments exhibit will be of the great greatest
est greatest value to anyone owning or who
contemplates owning land in Florida.
w h urs spent In the Govern Govern-raert
raert Govern-raert exhibits at,-the State Fair will
givo the visitor more valuable Infor Information
mation Information than lie could get in any other
Ray. It is all assembled here for him
and the exhibits are in charge of a
cory of highly trained specialists who
are glad to explain any feature and
to furnish literature on any subject
covered by the Department.
These exhibits alone are worth the
price of admission to the Fairgrounds
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7Wjy JFcsx-xn f
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.
H. w; TUCKER
There's a Satisfied User Near
Sec Me :
For all Classes of
Stone, Brick, Wood ;
and Concrete :
: J. D; IcCasMll I
I Phone 446. 728 Wenona St J
Phone No. 526
" For All Kinds of
BRICK AND CONCRETE WORK,
. LATHING, PLASTERING, ETC.
Repair Work a Specialty
. WM. A. TINSMAN, OCALA.
PYLES & PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Phones 555 and 225
pen All Night
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all cotw
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
The board of county commissioa commissioa-ers
ers commissioa-ers of Marion county will receive bids
at their office in the Marion county
court house, September 8th, 1920, fcr
overseers to work the public ros.ds
and bridges in the several commis commissioners
sioners commissioners districts, in accordance with
Chapter No. 8111, Acts of 1919.
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any or all bids.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman
Attest, P. H. Nugent, Clerk. 8-7 ti
IL A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first -and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice-
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, V. M.
v- Try Norris' Gold Box assorted can candies
dies candies in 1, 2 and 3-pound boxes. Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive Ocala dealers. The Court
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FO
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, oca
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month. $3. Payable ia ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR SALE Planing mill, re-milling
plant. Central Florida. Dry kiln,
- high school Woods matcher. Mer Mer-shon
shon Mer-shon sixty-inch band resaw, timber
sizer, live rolls, stock sheds, power,
steam and electric motors. The only
lumber business in town of 5000
people. Plenty of timber being cut
but one hundred and fifty sawmills
nearby. Rare opportunty. Address,
"Owner," care Ocala Star. 23-tf
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
FOR SALE Ten head of mules. Will
exchange for cattle, goats or sheep.
"J. M. Meffert. Ocala, Fla. 4-tf
WILL ERECT HOUSE To sell or
lease or will converts our upstairs
into flat with two-year lease. Max
LAKE WTIR Two completely fur
nished cottages for sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow, Box 581. Ocala. Fla. 9-tf
FOR RENT Furnished house. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. A. Holloway, 715 Lime St.,
Ocala, phone 378. 23-6t
WANTED One or two lady teachers
or school girls to board. Apply to
Mrs. F. Lytle, 615 S. Sanchez St.,
phone 388. 24-6t
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
FOR RENT Unfurnished house No.
214 Orange avenue. Mrs. Martha
FOR SALE Five room cottage on
Sanchez street; all conveniences;
large lot. Apply to Mrs. R. L. Lang,
222 E. Washington-St. 24-3t
WANTED To buy a mandolin. Phono
WANTED To buy a baby push cart
and a piano. Both must be in good
condition. Apply to "Bargain,
care Star office. 24-3t
LOST Rimless, pose glasses; slight
p;ei2 cut of each case. Return to
"C," care Star office. 25-3t
MULES FOR SALE A first class
pair of mules for sale. Apply to
box COO, Ocala, Fla. 26-2t
Arrival and departure of passenger
trams 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
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 ara
1:55 pm Jacksonville 130 pin
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pra
2:15 am Manatee- 4:C3 pa
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 aza
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pra
4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. XL
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 ara
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnes ville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wiicox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pra
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville ll!50ara
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
KNiGlITS 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. -WVAkin, C. C.
Chaa. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner t
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm Welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskill. N. G.
H. R. LuSFman, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 285. D. P. O. H
Ocala Lodge No. 28C, 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 rootai
upstairs over Troxler's and the Dock
Shop, 113 Main street.
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