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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Local showers
and thunderstorms probably tonight
and Sunday; no change in temperature.

OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2S. 190.
.VOL. 26, NO. 207
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Showered with Flowers by Enthua Enthua-iatic
iatic Enthua-iatic New Yorkes as he Passed

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Through the Station
(Associated Press)
New York, Aug. 28. Governor Cox
was showered with flowers today
when he arrived at the Grand Central
station for a two days visit' to New
York. The governor shook hand3
with the engineer and train crew and
was greeted with an informal recep
tion by a huge crowd which demanded
a speech but he passed through the
station, shaking hands occasionally,
and bowing to right and left.
ADDRESS THIS AFTERNOON
New York, Aug. 28. Throngs
crowded the Grand Central station
here for the arrival of Gov. Cox from
.New Haven. After luncheon Gov.
Cox will attend the police games,
where he will make an address. 1
ACTS SO QUEERLY
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 28. Tennessee's
population was announced today as
2,337,459, an increase of seven, per
cent.
VILLA'S BULLIES ARE
. (Associated Press)
, Mexico City, Aug. 28. The mus mustering
tering mustering out of the followers of Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Villa, the former, rebel chief chief-tian,
tian, chief-tian, was completed yesterday at
Tlahualilo. All surrendered their
arms and ammunition and received
three months pay.
BURIAL OF CARTER
(Associated Press)
Richmond, Aug. 28. The body of
H. G. Carter, president of the
rirmai flow A e-c.fiio? ... l,:n
tional Hay Association, who was kill
cu jrcanriuajr near oiaunion m an au au-lomobile
lomobile au-lomobile accident, was brought here
today. The funeral will take place
tomorrow in Petersburg.
NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
'.' " ;
Ucala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S will '.
celebrate Founder's Day with-a bas-ja
ket picnic at Silver Springs, Tues-
day,rAugust 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. ;
Try Norris' Gold Box assorted can candies
dies candies in 1, 2 and S-pound boxes. Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive Ocala dealers. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-tf

EFFECT OF FREIGHT

There has been a great deal of comment and probably some anxiety
about the effect that the increased rates of freight recently authorized
by the Interstate Commerce Commission will have upon the cost of livin livin-The
The livin-The new rates became effective August 26th' and the following statement,
will illustrate to what extent they will influence the price of articles of
general use and daily consumption in Ocala:

COMMODITY

n. Articles Named.
One 24-lb. bag of flour .....Louisville ,3 cents
One. peck of apples Grafton, W. Va.. ,4V4 cents.
One 2-lb. can vegetables or fruits. ........ .Baltimore, Md. ...... Cmills
One pound of bacon . : . .............. Chicago, 111. 2 mills
One pound of sugar ........ Savannah, Ga. 1 mills
One pound of fresh beef ....... .......... ..Chicago, I1L .......3?4 mills
One ton of coal Birmingham Ala ..90 cents
One suit of clothes (men's) .......New York 34 cents
One shirt (men's) New York 1 mills
One pair of shoes Boston 1 cents
One hat . .. ... ..... Baltimore, Md. : 2 cents

It will be noted that the increase if
distributed fairly,' will scarcely be
felt by the public, although in the ag aggregate
gregate aggregate the increased revenues will
amount to a large sum. The illustra illustrations
tions illustrations given aboye are representative
of the increases in rates on all com commodities.'
modities.' commodities.' -..'.-:"'.
The present cost of transporting a
suit of clothes from New York to
Ocala is $2 per 100" pounds.. Under
the new rates this charge- becomes
$1.60 per 100 pounds. A suit,, in including
cluding including the necessary packing, will
weigh approximately six pounds,
which makes the increase on a single
suit from New York to Ocala less
than four cents.
The rate on fresh beef from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago to Ocala is $1.35 per 100
pounds, the increased rate of 1.73
per 100 pounds, making the increased
transportation cost on a pound of
' beef from Chicago to Ocala under the
new rate less than four mills.
The charge of hauling a 24-pound
bag of flour from Louisville, KyM is
increased only 4 cents? a pair of
shoes from Boston 1 cents; a peck
of apples from Grafton, W. Va., 4
cents.
Obviously, the increase in freight
rates should not cause any general
advance in the prices charged the
ultimate consumer.

Pittsburg and Her Crew, if her Guns
are Not Plugged with Red Tape,
will be Ample Protection

(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 28. Secretary
Daniels announces that he has order ordered:
ed: ordered: the cruiser Pittsburg from Reval
to Danzig to protect Americans.
AUXILIARY TO THE
AMERICAN LEGION
On the evening of August 14th a
number : of ladies met for the pur purpose
pose purpose of organizing an. auxiliary to
thel Arherican Legion. ; Miss Mary C
Marshall presided at this meeting
and explained the duties of an aux auxiliary
iliary auxiliary and those present signed the
application for a unit charter. The
following officers were elected tem temporarily:
porarily: temporarily:
Miss Mary C. Marshall, president.
Miss Tillie Pasteur, vice president.
Mrs. C. W. Moremen, secretary.
Mrs. Emily Green,1 treasurer.
Those entitled to membership are
mothers, sisters, wives or daughters
of members of the American Legion,
and mothers, sisters, wives or daugh daughters
ters daughters of all men and women who were
in, the military or naval service of.
the United States at some time be between
tween between April 6, 1917, and Nov. 11,
1918, and died in line of duty or after
hoonrable discharge and prior to Nov.
11, 1920.
DANCE AT SILVER SPRINGS
The abstract and title men, who
met here yesterday, gave an enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable dance at the Silver Springs pa pavilion
vilion pavilion last night. Quite a number
from Ocala were in attendance, and
Blitchton was largely represented. A
large party of young .people from
Lowell, who had- been picnicking at
the springs, also took part in the

Na-!&ayeties which continued until nearly
.......

jmidnhrht
PICNIQ AT THE SPRINGS
The Blitchtonians held their an-
j nual picnic at Silver Springs yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Fully 35 young people, chap-
eroned by their older friends, were in
P.vSr!fncf Trip PTtiro nartw onin1
ride down Silver Springs run on the
Wekiwa, and they enjoyed k supper
such as onlv t.ho Vnnrf nwnlp of w
splendid neighborhood know how to
serve. A number of the party re remained
mained remained to the dance at the springs on
their return.
Don't fail to visit the. Guarantee
Clothing h Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell, is guaranteed. We're
tghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
RATE INCREASE
To Ocala1
From
Effect of Increased
Freight Charges on
A STRENUOUS JOB
I
Mr. W. D. Carn, superintendent of
schools, says that m securing the
principal for Fellowship v school he
wrote 42 letters, sent 10 telegrams,
wrote three sets, of contracts and of
fered the school to eight different
teachers, and in addition to this made
a trip to Gainesville at his own ex
pense. .
: In securing the teacher at Heidt Heidt-ville
ville Heidt-ville he wrote 34 letters, offered the
school to seven teachers, sent six
telegrams, had three acceptanciea
and two resignations. Many other
schools nearly equal, these in corres
pondence.
Nearly all this trouble could be
avoided by a sensible law, allowing
the superintendent and school patrons
to chose a teacher from among the
home folks.
$3.93 SHOES $3.93
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
sires.. Regular $8 and $10 alues for
$5.95. B. Goldman. "Why Pay
Morel" 26-2tltw

Reds in Retreat Suffered Heavily
When They Were Caught

at Close Range
(Associated Press)
Warsaw, Aug. 28. Polish artillery
has decimated the principal column of
the retreating ; soviet forces on the
northeastern front, catching the bol-
sheviki at short range, according to
an official statement issued here yes
terday. Repeated bolsheviki attacks
in the Lemberg region have been re
pulsed. The situation on iJie northern
front remains unchanged."
POLES CHASING REDS
The Polish armies have -retaken
Ossowiec and Grajevo and -are con continuing
tinuing continuing the advance toward the re-
reating bolshevists. Twelve hundred
Russians were captured. On the
southern i front around Lemberg the
Poles have reached the outskirts of
Krasne and occupied Przemyslany. ;
REPORT FROM BERLIN
London, Aug. 28. Only -34,000 bol
shevik soldiers have entered East
Prussia and been enterned, according
to a Berlin official announcement.
MOSCOW IS AMENABLE
Paris, Aug- 28. Willingness to
ransfer the Russo-Polish peace nego
tiations at Minsk to a neutral country
is expressed in a wireless from Mos
cow picked up at the Eiffel Tower
station today, r The details the soviet
offered could not be deciphered, the
foreign office announced.
DISPELS DOUBT OF NICHOLAS'
DEATH
London, Aug. 28. All possible
doubts that former Emperor Nicholas
of Russia and his family were assas
sinated at Ekaterinburg July 16th,
1918, seem dispelled by accounts' of
two independent investigators which
are published here. 1
VIENNA MAY BECOME
AVIATION CENTER
Vienna, Aug. 10. If plans now
making are carried out Vienna will
become one of the great centers of
European air navigation.
When soon after; the conclusion of
hostilities England, France and Italy
prepared to girdle and criss-cross
Europe with air routes, it looked as
if Austria were, to be left out alto altogether
gether altogether in favor of friendly countries,
the lanes being laid out via Prague
in the north and south over Italy,
Laibach and Agram., With the ar arrival
rival arrival here of .various missions and an
understanding not only of the favor favorable
able favorable geographical location of Vienna
but also of its existing facilities, the
scheme has been changed to center
many of the lanes here. '
It is understood that Colonel Bar-
res,"" chief of allied aviation control
in Austria, takes this view and fav favors
ors favors the use of the great Espern avia aviation
tion aviation field as a central station. This
field is only a few miles from Vienna
and is abundantly equipped "with
hangars and repair shops, gasoline
tanks and all the pharaphernalia of
a great war plant. v ..
Companies subsidized by the Brit-
flsh government are arranging for an
air line from London by way of Brus
sels, Coblenz,- Munich, Viennav Buda Budapest,
pest, Budapest, Belgrade and Sofia to Constan
tinople. Vienna is exactly in the
center of this route, which is 2400
meters long. : -. '.:
One of the officials of the British
Vickers concern has been here per perfecting
fecting perfecting an arrangement with the
Vienna Aircraft Navigation Company
to care for the service between Mu
nich and Vienna and Vienna and
Budapest. This contemplates care of
planes at Aspern, their repair, trans transshipment
shipment transshipment of cargo when necessary and
looking after passengers, who will
be brought by motor to Vienna hotels
and back to the Aspern field.
While the London, Vienna, Con
stantinople route represents the
great : west-east line, the north-south
route is planned from Berlin by way
of Graz, Klakenfurt or Trieste, Udine
and Padua, connecting there with
Milan, to Rome.- Both Graz and
Klagenfurt have first rate aviation
fields.
In Germany it is reported the
Lloyd Aair Service has pooled inter interests
ests interests with the North German Lloyd
and is understood to have concluded
arrangements with the -Vienna Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Navigation Company or the
latter to take entire charge of its
interests on Austrian territory.
Offices already have been opened
here and regular airplane trips to
nearby points "of interest have' been
inaugurated. .;
IVINS KNOWS HOW TO
WASTE NO AMMUNITION
(Associated. Press)
Cleveland Aug. 28. Albert H.
Ivins of Redbank, N. J., won the
grand American handicap at the in international
ternational international shooting tournament to today
day today with 99 hits out of a possible 100.

Cameron Highlanders Quartered at

Queenstown Give Sinn Fein TIot
Dose of their Own Medicine
(Associated Press)
London, Aug. 28. Cameron High Highlander
lander Highlander troops, recently sent to
Queenstown, Ireland, invaded the
stores and dwellings of Sinn Feiners
there, last night as a reprisal for an
attack .on them by a party Thursday.
Much damage wos done and serious
rioting resulted. Street fighting con
tinues. .' '" -
LEGION TRYING TO
CLEAR UP MYSTERIES
Efforts Being Made" to Obtain Details
of American Service Men
Reported Missing in Action
s (Associated Press) ";
New York, Aug. 28-The American
Legion is making tin effort ito miti
gate a distressing phase of ,1;he aft aftermath
ermath aftermath of war, the 2000 ? personal
mysteries of the great struggle of
men who are classified in army and
navy lists as "missing in action,"
"killed in battle" and "presumably
dead." The work has been rewarded
with some success, it is announced. In
several instances the JLegion Weekly
has obtained for a mother more and
clearer details of how her service
son died, or put a wife in touch with
the" comrades of her husband, "miss
ing in action."
Requests of relatives and friends
Qf soldiers, sailors, marines and mil
itary nurses about; whose fate little
is known, are being sent to newspa newspapers
pers newspapers throughout the country for pub-,
lication. Results of this publicity are
carefully tabulated at offices here.
-All "buddies," officers, doctors.
nurses or welfare workers, who may
know something of the! person of
whom information is sought, are in
vited to communicate with the friends
of relatives. Each week a long list
of "mysteries" is published in th
Legion's organ and, frequently a
number of names of men and women
who served in the war, but who failed
to reach home, is sent to the 1 news
papers. :-
The current result list of the Le Legion
gion Legion Contains the following instances
where desired information was fur furnished:
nished: furnished: :
- Mrs. Catherine Holbeck ." of Allen Allen-town,
town, Allen-town, Pa., asked for info rmation"con rmation"con-cerning
cerning rmation"con-cerning the circumstances surround surrounding
ing surrounding the death of her son, Sergeant
Joseph Holbeck of Company C, 109th
Machine Gun Battalion, 26th division,
who died in a French hospital. The
mother, received a letter from Dr.
Joseph Lintz, of New York, wh at attended
tended attended the dying soldier, giving de details
tails details of his last hours.
Mrs. Lola Mason of McRae, Ga.,
asked for information that would
throw some light on the disappear disappearance
ance disappearance of her son, F. Mason Jr., cor corporal,
poral, corporal, 83rd Company, Sixth Marines.
The soldier wrote his mother that he
would be home for Christmas. 1918,
but did not appear and nothing fur fur-thex
thex fur-thex was heard of him. Mrs. Mason
reported that she received two let letters,
ters, letters, one ; from the son himself say saying
ing saying that' he had recovered from a
long illness. ; -"
Many curious and touching appeals
are received. A mother wants to
know if her son, who died in a field
hospital, "said anything on his death
bed," Another parent whose son was
gassed, captured a;nd afterward died,
desires" information from his .com .comrades
rades .comrades as to what ; kind of gas was
used and how it affects men. Infor Information'
mation' Information' is sought of an army nurse
who was last heard of enroute to
France two years ago. A distressed
family seeks word from the "buddies'
cf its soldier who. was last seen walk walking
ing walking a battlefield wounded. ;
nOPE nE'S ENJOYING HIMSELF
. (Associated Press)
London, Aug. 28 The condition of
Terence MacSweeney, the lord mayor
of. Cork, is reported worse from the
Brixton jail, where he is on a hunger
strike.
LABOR BATTLE IN
WEST VIRGINIA
(Associated Press)
Charleston, W. Va., Aug. 28. Maj.
Payne and Baldwin Felts, a detective,
were wounded in a fight between
striking miners and mine guards at
the Willis Branch Coal Co., near Pax.
The state police are on the scene at attempting
tempting attempting to quell 'the disturbance.
BELFAST ENJOYS ITS
- REGULAR DAILY BATTLE
' (Associated Press)
Belfast, Aug. 28. Fierce rioting
occurred this afternoon in West Bel Belfast.
fast. Belfast. The police barracks were
t wrecked and the military fired on the
j crowd. Many gunshot wound victims
I were admitted to the hospital.

It Proved an Abject Failure Before,
So Now He Wants to Try
It Again

." ; ( Associated Press)
Marion, b., Aug. 28 Pronouncing
the existing leageu of nations a defi definite
nite definite and Irredemable failure. Senator
Harding, the republican nominee, to
day proposed in a front porch speech
to the Indiana republican delegation
a new-effort to "construct a world as association
sociation association on the gramework of the
Hague tribunal, clothed with such at attributes
tributes attributes of the league covenant as
may. be found safe and practicable.
He pledged himself, if elected,- to
make an immediate effort, with the
advise of the ablest men in both par
ties, to form such an association
either by putting teeth in the Hague
court or by revising the covenant to
protect national aspirations.
AMERICANS IN BRAZIL
' WANT TAX EXEMPTION
Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 5 Americans
residing in Brazil have begun, thru
the American Chamber of Commerce
for Brazil, an active campaign for the
abolition or reduction of the Ameri American
can American income tax on citizens residing
abroad. The chamber has authorized
a special committee to engage a
prominent lawyer of Washington to
bring before Congress a bill drawn up
by the chamber dealing with the sub subject.
ject. subject. The moral and financial sup support
port support of all American chambers abroad
and the foreign trade bodies in the
United States is being solicited. Am
ericans abroad are to be asked to urge
their congressional representatives to
make independent representations to
Congress.
The committee which had the mat
ter in charge recommends that total
exemption be asked for, principally
for the reason that European coun
tries do not tax their nationals en engaged
gaged engaged in business abroad, and that
only total .exemption will place the
Americans on an egual footing with
European competitors in developing
foreign trade.
Use a good Klenzo Tooth Brush.
Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
S Art-
PANA5IA AND THE CANAL
Passengers aboard ships navigat navigating
ing navigating the Panama canal cannot fail to
be impressed with the magnificence
of the giant undertaking. Through
deep gorges into beautiful lakes, the
trip is an ever changing panorama.
Americans can feel justly proud of
this great engineering feat, for while
foreigners wrote books, submitted
plans and talked about the possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of building the canal, it took
Yankee grit and determination to put
the plans in operation and successful successfully
ly successfully carry them out.
Many obstacles had to be over overcome,
come, overcome, perhaps the greatest being' ef ef-fficient
fficient ef-fficient sanitation. Streams were
traced to their source and made san sanitary!
itary! sanitary! American sanitation methods
have practically eradicated yellow
fever and malaria. Today the Canal

In Ocala This Week was a Most In In-,
, In-, structive and Pleasant
Occasion

The annual meeting of the Florida
Association of Title Men was held
Friday at Silver Springs, this beau beautiful
tiful beautiful resort being selected by", the
Ocala abstractors as a desirable sub substitute
stitute substitute in the place cf which which
was chosen last year at the meeting
held at Daytona.
Mayor Anderson in his address of
welcome appropriately tendered the
hospitality of- the city to the visiting
abstratcors.
A most interesting talk was deliv delivered
ered delivered by Mr. II. M. Hampton, upon
certain phases -of abstract showings
which would assist the bar in its
work in title examinations.
Th abstract companies of" Jack Jack-sonvili4
sonvili4 Jack-sonvili4 Miami. Tampa, Orlando,'
Bartow, Fort Myers, Gainesville, Fort
Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and
Ocala were represented, together
with a number of the local force of
each office..
The session occupied two days and
aown the Silver Springs rui!, with a
large number of local guests. Upon
the return an enjoyable hour was
spent in the water and then came the
real work of the day in consuming
one of Jim Howell's famous chicken
pillaus with appropriate trimmings.
After the -band concert in Ocala, the
orchestra went to the springs, where
two hours were pleasantly spent in
dancing,' the public joining in as the
guests of the title men.
S. M. Sparkman Jr. of Tampa,
was chosen as president to succeed
R. S. Rogers of Ocala. The other of officers
ficers officers chosen were B. It. Colson of
Gainesville as first vice president; E.
Lee Stap of Miami as second vice
president; Geo. S: Nash of Orlando as
secretary-treasurer, and Jacksonville
was chosen for the meeting place in
1921.
NOTICE
To Jewish Congregation
At 10 o'clock sharp Sunday (tomor (tomorrow)
row) (tomorrow) the Ocala United Hebrew So Society
ciety Society will meet at Peyser's store in
the Harrington Hall block. All mem-;
bers requested to be rresent to af af-range
range af-range for the coming Jewish holi holidays.
days. holidays. Charles Fishel,
'Acting Secretary.
DISHES, POTS AND ALL KINDS
OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS
The stock formerly owned by the
late 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
1
Zone 13 a clean and healthy place to
live, the streets-ars clean and the
sewerage system is excellent.
A few days ago the midshipmen
from the Naval Academy passed
through the canal on their return
voyage from Honolulu and the West
Coast. The photoglyph above, taken
from an aeroplane ;how3 one of the
United btates- battleships approach approaching
ing approaching Culebra Cut, which often blocked
the canal by sliding into it. How However,
ever, However, by continually dreJinrr and
digigng it away this' last obstacle has
been finally overcome.
The Canal Zone is' a strip of terri
tory aTnn n miloc -vrir'a r-..A fift--,-.
W - - . vA .iX w j
miles long, located in the center of
the republic of Panama. The general
direction of the canal is nor'north nor'north-west
west nor'north-west and so'sbuthwe st, the Panama
entrance being 23 miles to the east eastward
ward eastward of the Atlantic



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women vote and pay no further atten attention
tion attention to the matter.

DONT WANT THE3I BACK

Knterr-l at Ocala. Flair postof flee as
seeoni-cla.es matter.

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i:Jllurll Urparlmeat . .. .Tw-Sm
feociety Krjorter ,..... .Klre-Oae
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Mrs. W. S. Tucker made a fool of
the state pardoning board, obtained
a pardon for her husband and skip skipped.
ped. skipped. The board, after having it
pounded ; into its head that it was
with one or two exceptions a collec collection
tion collection of asses, xevoked Tucker's par pardon
don pardon and -then offered the magnificent
sum of $100 for his recapture. ;
One" hundred dollars! Hardly any
civil officer in the country will take
a chance on arresting a strange man
for a hundred dollars.
This reward ensures that Tucker
will not be arrested that he will
stay outside the state, and give other
crooks lessons on how to cheat Flor Florida
ida Florida crackers.-
The state officials at Tallahassee
have money enough at their disposal
to offer a reward that would put the
police of every city in the United
States on the lookout for these crim criminals.
inals. criminals.
Why won't they?
Don't want them. Mrs. Tucker
might tell something that would be
embarrassing -to several people people-No,
No, people-No, the Tuckers won't be recaptur recaptured.
ed. recaptured. They could probably tell some something
thing something athat might cause some people
in Ocala or Tallahassee to hunt the
tall timber.

is no longer any mystery about

limbs. St. Augustine Record.
Well, we don't know. Young man
attending a splash party at Lake
Weir one starlight evening this sum summer,
mer, summer, made a long dive toward a
bunch of mermaids some distance
away. Just as he was about to come
up a nice-feeling limb wrapped itself
around his neck. Then a tiny hand
came down and grasped his : hair,
found it belonged to a man and both
hind and front limb let him go. After
he reached the surface it took him
some seconds to get the water out of
his eyes and 'who those limbs belong belonged
ed belonged to has Letn a mystery to him ever
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our Success is Our success

PREPARING TO GIVE
MENDENHALL A PARDON

TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this bank to
-A- manifest a friendly, personal interest in te wel welfare
fare welfare of depositors. We do not merely wish for the
success of our depositors; we work for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are etefily
bound up with the Welfare of its customers. X.

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this country occasionally, but there

COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY

Florida Democratic Presidential
Electors

v Martin Caraballo
Charles E. Jones
J. G. Sharon

P. W. Corr
W. V. Knott
C. B. Wells

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Why is a prohibition candidate for
president? '
Palm Beach Post says mullet are so
thick down there the ocean is black
with them. If the Post will ship a
carload or two over this way, nobody
in Ocala will look blue.

Gov. Cox has started in- well in
backing up his charges that there is
$15,000,000 in the republican war
chest. Few democrats doubt the
truth, of your assertion, Jimmy, but
you need more evidence to go before
a' court.

We want all our correspondents
and other writers for this paper to
quit writing "up to Jacksonville."
Ocala and Marion county are consid considerably
erably considerably higher above sea level than
Jacksonville.

Jacksonville Metropolis tells of a
councilman of that city who was
"pinched" for cutting a corner in his
car. We have an idea that we think
that we know of several pretty girls
in this town that should be "pinched"
for the same offense and a whole lot
of ugly men. Everybody does it
when the cons are : not looking.

Golden Age Macaroni and Spa-'
ghetti,, 3 packages for. ..... ,23c
Irish potatoes, per peck. ........ .70c
Lima .Beans, per lb.. . . ...... .10c
Lard Compound, bulk, per lb.. ...22c
Pure Lard, bulk, per .lb.. .... .'.27c
Kingan's Pure' LacL 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 4 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

Until recently bald-headed men
were never known to buy hair tonic.
There's an amendment. -Jacksonville
Metropolis. ..
We are not baldheaded, but when
we tried to buy a bottle of hair tonic,
our favorite druggist, who is very
honest, told us not to. Said he was
to busy to attend our funeral. We
give you the tip, son, for what it is
worth.

The American ; state department
has informed the Poles. $hat they
must not cross the Russian frontier.
As the French say, it is to laugh. The
Poles should tell the American state
department, which has deteriorated
into a joke in its own country, that
the other day the Russians were all
over Poland, but the. Poles received
no help from "America. Further an-
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swer woum oe unnecessary. -,
No notice of application for Men-

dennaii s partion nas appeared in any
paper, but what of that. Notice "of
application for the pardon of Bras Bras-well
well Bras-well and Lowman, attached to a stick,
which. was stuck up in the middle of
a river, was accepted as due notice by
the pardoning board. Perhaps notice
of application for Mendenhall's par pardon
don pardon is tacked to the dark side of a
tree in the woods near where the mur murder
der murder was committed. .

Says the Tampa Times: "More
phosphate rock, has already been
shipped by water from Tampa and
Port Tampa during August than dur during
ing during any previous month m the his

tory of the port s shipping. A total
of 140,219 tons had been shipped up
to Auer. 27. as compared with 139,010

piously held the monthly record. Total
shipments 'for August will probably

be more than 155,000 tons.
TJivprs TT-"Rnfnrd. nttinrrtPV jPTiprftl-

elect, expresses the opinion that un unless,
less, unless, the governor calls the legislature
in session arid it ratifies the nine nineteenth
teenth nineteenth amendment, women will not
have the legal right to vote in Flor Florida
ida Florida in the coming election. Probably

Mr. Buford is right. But a large

proportion of this legislature is
against the nineteenth amendment,
and if the legislature met there would

probably be just such another squab squabble
ble squabble as there has btvn at Nashville.
We think our state had better let the
matter alone. Two pr three other
states will vote for the amendment
anyhow, so ours had better let the

Cain-Thomas Co.

Phone 1 63

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The Star has information that
comes from men who are well inform informed,'
ed,' informed,' and who weigh their words care carefully,
fully, carefully, that plans laid' some years ago
to pardon Mendenhall are being con constantly
stantly constantly worked on and are expected
soon to culminate by the prison doors

swinging out to the man who was con

victed of the worst murder' in the re

cords of Florida ; criminology.

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tragedies m Florida, but none quite
so bad as that five years ago, when

Mendenhall killed two women and

burned their bodies, on a lonely road,

at midnight, near Clearwater. He
was tried anti found guilty but rec recommended
ommended recommended to mercy, which saved his

neck. Since then he has been in the
penitentiary, acting as a model pris prisoner
oner prisoner and treated as a favored one.

The state should give no pardon to

Mendenhall. God may pardon his

awful crime, but man' has no right to

do so. A pardon for him will be fair

notice to the world from this state
that a well-to-do and presentable man

may do anything he pleases with a
woman sfrom seducing her to striking

her down and then casting her quiv quivering
ering quivering and1 possibly "conscious body
into, the flames to write in torture un until
til until death brings relief 1
-The only excuse Mendenhall's
friends can advance for hinr is that
he was "vamped" by a silly girl, and
threatened by the girl's mother, who
finding, her daughter in trouble not
unreasonably thought the man who
made the trouble should do as much
as he could in paying 'for it. And she
was right. If Mendenhall had been
half the man his friends say he is he
would have paid the price and taken
his m5dicine, and gone to work to live

it down. There are few old and ex experienced
perienced experienced people who cannot remem remember
ber remember at least one man who has' follow followed
ed followed that course. -
But Mendenhall could not do this.
He tried to murder his way out, kill killing
ing killing two. women, setting fire to the car
in which their bodies lay, probably
before life was extinct. And then he
tried to lie his way out, Think of
thatmen and women of Florida, and
then think of a pardoning board that
would ; so act as to even allow the
public to think it would release such
a raan;
l is our opinion that any man ex except
cept except his attorney who would try to
have Mendenhall released wbuldr un under
der under the same circumstances commit
the same crime.
The men of Florida can if they
will stop this unending procession of
outrages on the law by the pardon pardoning
ing pardoning board. If they won't they pro promote
mote promote the possibilities "of such horrors
being dealt but to their own wives
and daughters. . v '
Susie Elliot may have been foolish
and grasping,; but, almost any girl
will be if she is not properly brought
up. Her mother may have been ir irritating
ritating irritating to the Sensitive nerves of
Mendenhall; ; she should have accept accepted
ed accepted jvfth equanimity the, fact that sbe
had brought up a daughter to be a

man's plaything. But over both of.

them hung the invisible, but power powerful
ful powerful shield of protection for woman womanhood
hood womanhood that no true man will try to
pierce with a blow; that only a beast
will, break. -
:,v Mendenhall pierced and broke their
shield and killed them and burned
their bodies.
The men of Florida can keep Men Mendenhall
denhall Mendenhall in the penitentiary if they
will. If they won't, it's time for. the
women to try. They have the vote
and the power to enforce the single
standard of morals let's see if they
will do it.

E STRIVE to meet the requirements of our ens-
tomers in a manner consistent with right bank-

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build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
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Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Drug Store

Senator Harding made a touching
speech the other day, he pointed to
two blind soldiers in the audience,
and declared, so he did, that the
American flag as they saw it last
should never be changed. Beautiful
sentiment, but why express -it at a
political meeting?
SCHOOL BOOKS
We have a compete 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 13tb. Ex

change privileges only applies to ele elementary
mentary elementary books.
2C-3t -tw THE BOOK SHOP.

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We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
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:jlOM Labor Day
1 CLEARWATER BEACH y
Mill C. BURGETT one! E2L FR1TC0
will battle the waves of the Gulf for at least six hours.
This 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.

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KNIGHT-ROBERSON

This will be the Cigscs! Sporting Even! Ever Staged
in Florida si Florida's Hies! Popclar Beach Resort.

Make your reservations early at The New Clearwater
Ceadi Hctel 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.
--:-C Wrl!e"orPlioiie.for Reservations.
CLFARWATIR ISLAND BRIDGE COMPANY
(Owners Clearwater Beach). W. II, Schooley, General Manager.
Mr. W. II. Schooley, General Manager,.
wtCJearwater Island Bridge Company, :
' Clearwater, Florida.
Dear Sir: We the undersigned find Clearwater Beach the best bathing
resort on the West Coast as there isabsolutely no undertow, which makes
this place ideal for races or Lathing. Signed
. WILL C. BURGET.
. EMIL FRITCH.

,If you have any news for thia de

partment please phone 255.

All of our 86-inch DOMESTIC re

duced. FISHEL'S. 18-3t

Mrs. R. M. King and Mrs. Nathan

Brinson of Eureka were shoppers in

Ocala this morning.

A quiet marriage took place Tues

day, August 24th, at the county

judge's office, the contracting parties

being Mr. Eugene Knight of Tampa

and Mrs. Alice L. Roberson of Macon,

Ga. Mrs. Robinson has been making

her home in this city with her sis

ter, Mrs. S. C: M. Thomas for the

past two years and is stenographer

lor Mr. B. F. Condon. She was
daintily gowned for her wedding in
blue crepe meteor, and made a most

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"finodmVht" mncmifeneR. nanasome oriae. dir. nignt is irav-

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gnats and other insects; 25 cents the 10U Ds
-4. r-i -n o. IP any. The couple have decided .to

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Mia Wm; Moo T inrr w?N tPTil I wl" resiae ai iurs. r. Dnnsieys

next week in-Gainesville, the guest 0f apartments on on Fort King avenue,

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best 'delicacy you ever tasted. The na nis wiie is a very preuy ana ac
r.nnr Pfc 17-tf comphshed young lady. Their num

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Miss Irene Denham returned to-herKor them

home in- Gainesville today after sev
eral days visit to Miss Helen Jones.

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Mr. and Mrs. Mason Tison, motored

to Ocala Thursday from their home
in Gainesville. After spending the
night with Mrs. Tison's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Howell, they left yes-

Miss Mary Brice will lead the- Ep

wnrth Tnmio trunnrrnw pvpninf nn

the subject of "The Christian Use of terday for Eustis and Orlando

Recreation."

J.II. SPEuCER

W. R. PEDRICK

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We Make a Specialty of Parts'' for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost'of Same.

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

Exchslve Agents for "VESTA BATTERY, 18 FJo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, &t all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .

Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all

germs in the mouth, throat and nasal

channel; 2o. and 50 cents at Geng's

Drug Store. tf

Our stock of fresh seeds for fall

planting is now in. Ocala Seed

Store. 8-11-t?

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

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A SAS ENGINE WORKS
PHONE 271
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Joyce Williams, who has
truest of her. aunt. Mrs. G

iams, has returned to. her home
Brooksville.

Mr. Bernard Koonce will arrive to-

morrow tor a weeK-ena visit to nis

been the grandmother, Mrs. Howse, and moth-

K. Will-1 er Slrs J C. 15. Koonce. tie is trav

eling for Lorillard lobacco Co., with

headquarters in- Jacksonvilel and
Tampa.

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Sugared pecans in one-pound boxes.

They're delicious. Court Pharmacy! tf

Mrs. H. G. Reynolds of Lynne,. Mrs.

Fore, Mrs. Odell, Mrs. Griggs and
Mrs. Driggers of Oxford, were Ocala

visitors yesterday.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thin 2 we sell is guaranteed. We're

Nut

Our ; specialties are Maple

Sundaes, Pineapple Nut Sundaes and

Ice Cream Soda. Court Pharmacy, tf

Mr. Robert Clarkson writes his

friends from Bridgeport, Conn., that

he expected to go to Massachusetts

this week, especially to see Mr. F. E.
Wetherbee, who is spending the
summer with his relatives at Cam-

lighting for QUALITY not prices, tf bridge, Concord and other points for

Miss, Frances Stanley, who has

been spending several days with Miss

Willie Mae Lane:, returned to her

home at the Meadows today.

"A-head" of style are the HATS

gotten from FISHEL'S. 18-3t

"Got any nice GINGHAM dressea
for eirls?" I'l say we have. And a

nice asortment." FISHEL'S. 18-3t

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Bed Room, Dining Room and ParldY Sets,
and considering the quality the prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable.

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of every description will prove attractive to you during the
good old summer's time." We have them from
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lis SI. OCALA, FLA

Mrs. L. C. Hawes, formerly Miss

Ethel Haycraf t, arrived from

home in Dade City yesterday tor a
few days visit with her parents. Dr.

and Mrs R. T. Weaver.

Dr..H.C. Dozier went to Jackson

ville Thursday to meet his daughter,
Miss Cornelia Dozier, who returned

with him yesterday afternoon. Miss

Cornelia has spent the summer in the-

"Dells of Wisconsin" at a girls camp,

land has returned home the picture of
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neaitn ana nappiness, naving enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed one of the pleasantest. summers
of her life.

Get the habit of calling phone 23
vhen you want high class fresh meats

and groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf

Miss Ernestine Brooks has gone to
Asheville, N. C, to join her sister,
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, who is summaring

there.- They will return to Florida

some time in September.

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

Store. 8-11-tf

Mr. M. C. Izlar returned yesterday

i from Atlanta, where he attended the
convention of-Buick dealers of the

southeastern territory in the interest

of the Ocala Gas Engine Works. He

is well pleased with the changes

made, in the 1921 Buick, and especially
its appearance. He says every indica indication
tion indication is that the coming season will
be aecord breake for this popular

car.

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We're mighty glad to hear
these two vords anytime.
The often er we hear them
the surer we are that our
service is getting better and
better all the time.
If you need a new battery
remember about the Still
Better Willard with Threaded
Rubber Insulation the kind
selected by 136 manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers of paccen jer cars cud

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Mrs. H. B. Clarkspn and son, Harry

arrived last night from Black Moun

tain, N. C, where they have spent:
the summer with Mrs. Clarkson'si

friends, the Misses Rinehardt.

Use "Goodnight" and then go to

sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.

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Orlando and will go to Daytonaj

Beach next week, having taken a cot cottage
tage cottage for the month of September.

34-in. SILVERBLOOM MOHAIR,

worth $3 the yard, finest goods in the

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world for SKIRTS. During August, i
$1.98 at FISHEL'S". 18-3fc

Mrs. F. E. Weihe and children are

again in ucaia, alter visiting rela

tives in Clearwater, St. Petersburg h

and Yalaha. They will return to their
home at Newport News next week.

W. K. Lane, M. Physician and

Surgeon, epeciallst Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store, j

Ocala. Fla: : tf.

Miss Blair Woodrow who has been;

spending some time in Charleston,

S..C, leaves September 1st for New

York to join her mother, Mrs. D. S.

Woodrow, who' has an apartment j

there until fall.

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Use Klenzo Creme and keep your

teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Drugjs

Store. tf

Miss Lillian Clarkson, who has. just
returned from nursing a patient at
Orlando, was called to Coleman this
morning on an important case. Miss
Clarkson is meeting with success in
her chosen profession.
We do not claim that EVERWEAR
HOSIERY NEVER WEAR out. but
we do claim that EVERWEAR will
endear them to you. Agency at
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Mrs.

Clifton Lon and daughter,

Ruth after spending some time with

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M- Lit

tle, have returned to their home at
Trenton, accompanied by Mrs.. Long's
brother, Melville Little.

Handsome Sailor Suits in Serges, Gebradine
and Tricotine for Women.
Peggy Paige Dresses in Crepes and Satins.
Betty Wales Dresses in all the nevand captiv captivating
ating captivating modes.
Separate Skirts in plain colors, stripes and
plaids in all the newest effects.
New Blouses in Fine Voiles in all the late
Hemstitched effects.
;also'-new: arrivals 'in
Dress Silks, Woolens, Knit Sport Scarfs and Throws,
Neckwear and Dress Accessories.
MairL Floor.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1920
LATEST LOCALS
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Temperature this morning, 72; thi3
afternoon, 92.
Miss Annie Hadsoek leaves Mon Monday
day Monday for Atlanta, where she will spend
the winter and attend school.

Have you tried FISHEL'S for your
MILINERY? Your neighbor doubt doubtless
less doubtless gets hers there. 18-St
Miss Emma Perry, who has a sten sten-ographic.
ographic. sten-ographic. position in Orlando, is
spending a few days in the city, the
guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. li. F. Condon.
The Klenzo Family complete is now
on display at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Deputy Marshal Wilbur Cleveland
is in the city, visiting his parents,
Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Cleveland.
Mr si- Eunice Pressley, a former
teacher in the Ocala public school, is
in the city for a few days prior to
going to Canaveral Lights, where she
will teach this vwinter. ..; Mrs. Press Press-ley
ley Press-ley has been spending the summer at
her home in South Carolina.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
Miss Pauline Hinton has returned
from DuPont Ga. where she accom accompanied
panied accompanied her mother, Mrs. J. L. Hinton
for a visit with Mrs. Hinton's daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. G. W: Davis. Her, many
Marion county friends will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to learn that Mrs. Hinton's health
is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Livingston and
daughters have just returned home
from a delightful -motor trip to '-St
Augustine, Pablo and Atlantic Beach.
At Atlantic Beach they were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Inglis and sons,
vho are there from Birmingham
spending the summer! This was the
fust time all of the cousins had been
together in a number -of years; so
they had a most enjoyable time...
17c Repair
All Makes of
Automobiles

We Wash and.Po!ish;your Car ;
And make it look like new.
AUTOGENEOUS WELDING CO.
Ocltlaivaha Ave. and Orange St.

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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.
SPECIAL FEATURES
Prizes to the Best Dancers
Waltz, $10 Gold Piece. One-step, $5 Gold Piece.
Fox Trot, 5 Gold piece.
Music by Prof. Biishnell's
JAZZ ORCHESTRA AND DelAND BANI)
Swimming race3 will continue throughout the day from 2
till 6 p. m., with contests between the following:
JACKSONVILLE VS. DAYTONA.
DELAND VS. ORLANDO. SANFORD VS. MT. DORA
AND WINTER HAVEN.
Reservations for the week-end may be made at the Break Breakers
ers Breakers Hotel, one of the leading hotels of Dayton Beach.

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A SUCCESSFUL MCOPS

EVER SINCE THIS BANK was organized it has been the constant
uiideviating purpose of its Officers and Directors to be obliging and
accommodating -to its' patrons in every way consistent with banking
prudence. N This is why we have steadily grown in deposits, as well as
in the confidence of the people.
Your account is solicited on this record. ;
THE OCALA NATIONAL-BANK

Grace Episcopal
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
No services, morning or evening,
Baptist
Rev. W. P. Hines, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m, Sunday-school. Classes
or all ages W. T. Gary, superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. : ;
11 a. m. Morning service. Subject,
"The Eyes of the Heart Illuminated'
8 p. m. Evening service. Subject,
"God's Reserve of Goodness."
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Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.

9:45 a. m. -Sunday school. L. M.
Murray, superintendent.
11 a. mr Morning service. Subject,
"A- Bran4,PIucked from the Burning."
8 p. m. Evening service. Subject,
"The Guilt of Alienation."
Christian Science Society
Room 5,' Merchant's Block v
. 10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m.- Sunday service
8 p. m Wednesday.
The ever 'popular, everlasting and
EVER WEAR HOSIERY to be had
only at FISHEL'S. SOX three bonex
the box during August. 18-3t
Mr. W. W. Condon left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Hickory, N. C, summoned
to the bedsidei of his' sister, Mrs. B.
E. Tomberlin of Miami. The many
Ocala friends of Mrs Tomberlin will
be sorry to hear that she ,is seriously
ill. Mrs. A. M. Perry has been with
her sister for several days.
Only the highest grade ingredients
are used in our fountain Irinks, sun sundaes
daes sundaes and ice cream soda. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-tf
The many'friends of Messrs. R. S.
Rogers and W. M. Wilson of the
Rogers-Wilson Realty Company, who
had the pleasure of faking picnic din dinner
ner dinner rwith them last evening at Silver
Springs at the abstract association
meeting voted them real hosts. ; The
pillau, salads, doughnuts, coffee and
all were greatly enjoyed. We under understand
stand understand that Jim Howell is responsible
for the "strength" of the pillau.
We Do
All Kinds of
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Buy SOX by box. EVERWEAh
lisles, six pairs $3 during August;
all shades. Nationally advertised. At
FISHEL'S. 18-3t
Misses Wynona Wetherbee and
Sara D.ehon; who will attend the New
Haven, Conn., college of; gymnastics
and physical education the coming
term and who will be roommates
during their" college life, will leave
on the 13th of September for New
Haven. In the party will also be Mrs.
Listern Lang and ; daughter, Miss
Willie JVIae Lang, the latter going to
Boston : for a course in music and
Messrs. James and Bob Chace "and
Ralph and Charles Cullen, who return
to their various schools.
Pon't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
MAKING THE MOONSHINE PALE
- Sneriff Galloway's deputies : found
another still yesterday. It "was in a
small house out on Exposition street,
and was ; operated by Josephine San Sanders;
ders; Sanders; better half of Lonnie Sanders.
Jcsc-phine had an uptodate apparatus
and was doing a good business. She
i in jail.
Frank- Burch, colored, was prepar preparing'
ing' preparing' for a good run today, expecting
to" serve shine : steaming hot -to his
Saturday night customers, when Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Thomas and Policeman Stephens
came down on him Jike a thousand of
brick. They caught him dead to
rights and Judge Smith said he could
work for the county thirty days. and
nmr o fii-ia rt WrVJo'h Vl a TO 1 Or Vl t
also work out if he preferred so do-
ing; we guess rranK wui preier.
. There is more real'activity' in pro proportion
portion proportion to suppressing the liquor
traffic in Mar jon than in any other
county in the state. Sheriff Galloway
and his deputies have landed more
than a score of the shiners in the last
few months, beside putting the fear
of the law in the ; hearts of several
against who the evidence lacked just
a little of being strong enough to
convict. Chief Thomas and h& po policemen
licemen policemen have also rounded up quite a
few of the votaries of Diana. The
moon do shine in Marion, but its
brightness is considerably dimmed.
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SHOES
$5.95 buys you an $8 and $10 pairj
of shoes. Ladies' and men's oxfords i
and pumps. No better shoes can be j
bought -for the same money. A line)
of cleari merchandise. Walkover and j
Robert Johnson Rand line. On sale!
at B.' Goldman's. 26-$tltw j
HOUSE FURNISHINGS
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?" 26-3Htw;
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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad advance,
vance, advance, v.; ,,v
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
?146. ,w--T- 2-m
FOR SALE Ten head of mules. .Will
exchange for cattle, goats or sheep.
. J. M. Meffert. Ocala, Fla. 4-tC
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at VooJ-
mar, Eastlake; running water,
bathroom, toiled acetylene gas, tvo
bedrooms in each house.-For price?
and particulars; apply to David H.
Woodrow, Box 581. Ocala, Fla. 9-tf
FOR RENT Furnished house. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. A. Ilollcway, 715 Limo St.,
-Ocala, phone 378. y 23-Gt
j WANTED--One or two lady teachers
or school girls to board. Apply to
Mrs: F. Lytle, G15 S. Sanchez St.,
phone 388. ; - 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. 24-6t
FOR RENT Unfurnished house No.
214 Orange avenue. Mrs. Martha
Williams. 24-6t
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The Kind to
which Barney
trusted his
me
If Barney Trusts Theiii
YOU CAN
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Vulcanizing
Phones 438-76.
HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Many useful every day needs s m
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?" 2G-3t-ltw
- COWS, JERSEYS AND GRADES
Fine one just 'fresh, heifer calf.
Milks over four gallons, j AI30 pare
bred heifer to freshen in few days.
Plenty of young stock.
Call or telephone,
R. L. ANDERSON,

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FALL GOODS arri vino
When you want a really high clcss
candy, try SIRRON chocolate covered ;
nuts and fruits. Sold in Ocala by the
Court Pharmacy. v 17-tf
BIG HONOR FOR BLOUNT
St. Louis, Aug. 28. Wm. A. Blount :
of Pensacola, Fla., was elected presi-'
dent of the American Bar Association i
yesterday. He succeeds Hampton L. t
Carson of Philadelphia.
SCHOOL TEACHERS
- AND PATRONS
, We have all books required for this
term.; Please order what you need
without delay.
20 3t -Iw - THE BOOK SHOP.
. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the 'second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs,.Suan Cook, Secretary, i
"Nucoa" Nut Margarine, 40 cents a j
pound at' Cook's Market. Phone 243. j
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CLOSING OUT SALE
Pianos,' sheet music, ...sewing ma-
chines 'iai:d su-!ic
talking machines
and recoids..' Entire
sold by August' 31
stock must
Marga '.ur-
S. k t jyers,
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RA1LB0AD lH
.Arrival and departure of passenger
tra ns 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
Lceve Arri? e
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 3;10am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
405 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
. :r Tampa Tampa-2:15
2:15 Tampa-2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 &m
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:12 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:23 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1 :S0 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Mcnday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
STOMACH TROUBLES
Lidiana Lacy Had SomctHng Ukz
Iniiestion Until She Teck
: Elack-Dnmgtt, Then
Get All IU2I1L
?.jT30Tr, Ind. "Some time ago 1 1
'i -i a tick speil, something like iadl-1
c-tfon,". writes" Mrs. Clara Peacock, of ?
i:-;uie 6, this place. "I would get very j
sick at the stomach, and spit or vomit, I
e:.;p-.'-ially In tte mornings.
x ;h-h I liesan the use of Thedfcrd's
B'r-Dransht, after I had tried other
r i- .nes. Tlie 22 lack-Draught re-l'r---'.
me more tban anything that I
t. :r.d I got all right.
f haven't found anything better
frorji trouble caused by constipation, i
It is easy and sure. Can be taken in
pi: u doses cr large as the cas-i calls
f. ... -
' v.'ien you have sick stomach. tn-3i-r--tt'"'H,
headache, constipation, or I
t?hor disagreeable "Symptoms, take
l:.aek-Draught to help keep your
cv-Ltem free from'polsoa.
.-Thidfcrd's Black-Draught Is raadi
from purely vegetable ingredients,
acta !n a gentle, natural way, and ha3
no Lad after-effects. It may be eafely
taken by young or old.
Get a" package of -Blaclc-Drauirht to today.
day. today. Insist oa the genuine, TLedfcrd'a.
' At your druggist's. KC-143

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ECONOA1INCAL IN.
OPERATIOM
Delco-Light costs no more
to operate, than the old coal coal-oil
oil coal-oil lamps. 1 0ne gallon of coal
oil gives you four times ss
much' light, when used for fuel
in Delco-Light as it gives in
coal-oil lamps.
Write for catalog.
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BRICK AND CONCRETE WORK,
LATHING, PLASTERING, ETC.
Repair Work a Specialty
WM. A. TINSMAN, OCALA.
PYLES.& .PERKI
;Fciiersl Diredors S Esfcaluier:
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
.-' Phc-nes 5 55 'and 225
. Open All Night
OCALA, FLORIDA
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all co co-;
; co-; tract work. Gives more and better
work for theraoney than any other
contractor In the city.
NOTICE
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Marion county vill receive bids
at their oS.ce in the Marion county
court house, September Sth, 1920, fcr
overseers to work the public roada
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.4 Rogers, Chairman
Attest, P. II. Nugent. Clerk. 8-7 -.
Late fall styles in young men's
CAPS. Solod greens and browns, nso,
plaid designs. FISHEL'S. 10-3t

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