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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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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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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 3, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 212
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MARDUIG'S PLAtI
FOR THE HAGUE
SUBHIIE CAII
ARMIES OF REDS
BE SALVAGED
ADVANCE AGAI

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To Take Place of the League of Na.
tions Would be a Failure,
Says Governor Cox

Enroute with Cox, Sept. 3. The
western swing of the democratic can candidate
didate candidate opened with a before breakfast
platform uddre? at Toledo. Gov. Cox
said he was in the fight to win and
featured the league of nations.
HAGUE NO GOOD
Governo rCox said the Hague tri tribunal
bunal tribunal failed to prevent war and that
the league is the "modern de& bring bringing
ing bringing the nearest guarantees of peace."
He reiterated his charge that the re republicans
publicans republicans are receiving contributions
from persons "who would substitute
the bayonet for the golden rule under
,a reactionary national administra administration."
tion." administration." HARDING WILL SELL-BIND THE
. HORNY-HANDED
Marion, Sept. 3. Senator "Harding
set apart- most of the day to work on
his Labor Day speech, though he con conferred
ferred conferred with several callers on cam campaign
paign campaign subjects.
CHRISTIENSEN HAS CHEEK
Chicago, Sept'. 3. Parley P. Chris Chris-tiensen,
tiensen, Chris-tiensen, the farmer-labor presidential
candidate, today requested Senator
Harding and Governor Cox, both of
whom are publishers, to grant a col column
umn column a day to the national committee
of each party.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR WOMEN
- WHO WANT -TO VOTE
(Miami Herald)
Taking it for granted, then, that
the supervisors, of registration will
be instructed to register women, in
this state, there are a few things
with reference to the law that wom women
en women should know, before presenting
themeslves for registration.
They must make application in
person. Registration cannot be ac accomplished
complished accomplished for. them by anyone else.
Upon appearing before the proper
registration officer, the law must then
be carried out. Section 178, of the
revised statutes, says:
Section 178. Oath and Identifica Identification
tion Identification of Electors for Registration:
Upon application for registration
each elector will be required to take
and subscribe the following oath:
"I do solemnly swear (or affirm)
that I will protect and defend the con constitution
stitution constitution of the United States and of
the state of Florida; that I am
twenty-one years of age and have
been a resident of the state of Flor Florida
ida Florida for twelve months, and of this
county for six months; that I am a
citizen of the United States, and that
I am qualified to vote under the con constitution
stitution constitution and laws of the state of
Florida." The supervisor of regis registration
tration registration and district registration offic officers
ers officers provided for are hereby authoriz authorized
ed authorized and required to administer this
oath, and the elector shall also be re required,
quired, required, under oath, to be administered
by the registration officer, to give
such description of himself as will
be sufficient to cjearly identify his
person with the act of registration.
The form of registration certifi certificate
cate certificate as given in Section 192 gives an
accurate idea of the information
which will be demanded of women on
registering, this being the form used
for men in this state:
State of Florida.
Countv Election District No..
The bearer .is at the date
hereof a qualified elector in the above
district. He resides at ..4...... .is
years of age by occupation
a ........ He is ........ feet
inches in height; his color is
and he is entitled to vote, in said disT
trict, unless hereafter disqualified.
Registered on this .day of....
A 13. Id
Supervisor of Registration.
Following is the section of the law
relating to qualifications of voters in
this state:
Who are Qualified Electors. Every
male (the word male to be stricken
from the statute in view of the ratifi ratification
cation ratification of the nineteenth amendment
granting suffrage to women) person
of the acre of twenty-one years and
upwards, that shall at the time of
registration be a citizen of the United
States, and shall have resided and
had his habitation, domicile, home
and place of permanent abode in Flor
ida for one year and in the county
for six months, shall, if otherwise
qualified according to law, in such
county, be deemed a qualified elector
at all elections under the constitu constitution.
tion. constitution. Naturalized citizens of the
United States, at the time of and be before
fore before registration, shall produce to the
registration officer their certificates
of naturalization or duly certified
copies thereof, and shall make oath
that they ara the identical persons
named in such certificate, before they
shall be allowed to register; Provid Provided,
ed, Provided, that the following classes of per-ror"-.
' rhvt vet entitled to .vote:
First. Persons not duly registered
according to law.
Second. Persons under guardian guardianship,
ship, guardianship, including those kept in or con confined
fined confined in atjv nnhlie nrison.

V Third.. Persons who are insane or

V idiotic.
Fourth. Persons who may have
been convicted of felony by any court
of record.
Fifth. Persons who may have been

Officers and Crew of the S-5 Had a
Narrow Escape from a Grave -in
the Atlantic

(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Sept. 3. Officers and
ere wof the submarine S-5 were res rescued
cued rescued early today after spending near nearly
ly nearly two days locked in the disabled
vessel beneath the waters of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic ocean, south of Cape Henlopen.
They were taken aboard the steamer
Alan thus, which proceeded for the
Delaware breakwater with the sub submarine
marine submarine in tow. A small buoy, a de development
velopment development of the war, with a buzzer
device, which was released and floated
above the disabled craft, ringing a
a gong attracted attention to the
SpOt.
ALL UNINJURED
The .wireless message received here
failed to say how the rescue was af af-f
f af-f etced,' but declared that none on the
submarine were injured. The first
man to be rescued from the disabled
vessel was removed at 1 o'clock and
Lieutenant Commander Cook left two
hours later. This was the tfirst test
of the buzzer device.
SUB CAN BE SAVED
Washington, Septi.3. A message
to the navy department says the sub submarine
marine submarine S-5 was partially flooded
while making a crash dive, and that
the boat can be salvaged. The mem members
bers members of the crew are reported in bad
shape but are recovering.
A NEW GROCERY
; ESTABLISHMENT
As will be seen by their announce announce-ment
ment announce-ment in another column of today's
paper, Messrs. H. E. Abbott and H.
R. Luffman will open a grocery store
today in the Robertson building on
North Magnolia street, formerly oc occupied
cupied occupied by the Smith Grocery Com Company.
pany. Company. V
The new store has been christened
the "Crescent" and will be run on a
strictly cash basis, the proprietors
believing that this plan is a great
deal more satisfactory and certainly
more economical than the credit sys system.
tem. system.
Messrs. Abbott and Luffman are
both experienced grocery men, hav having
ing having been connected with several of
the city's grocery establishments for
a number of years, and we predict
that they will get their share of trade
in their line at their new place of
business. The Star wishes them eve every
ry every success. ...
BAND WILL TAKE A REST
Concerts Will be Discontinued for a
Few Weeks
Having finished the three months'
series of concerts, the Ocala band will
rest up for a few weeks. In the mean meantime
time meantime we intend to get some new music
worked up and have the instruments
repaired, many of them being, badly
in need of it.
We take this opportunity to ex express
press express our sincere appreciation of the
efforts of the Board of Trade and the
committee appointed .by it, and to
each and every one that has given
support to the band.
Also the band members unite in ex expressing
pressing expressing appreciation to Mrs. Sarah
Jane Manly, whose work and 'untir 'untiring
ing 'untiring efforts have made our little band
possible. Band Members.
Fresh peaches, apples, bananas and
celery at the Crescent Grocery Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. It
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. X A
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
convicted of bribery, perjury or lar lar-ceny
ceny lar-ceny or of any infamous crimes in
any court of this state, or any other
state, or interested in any bet or wag wager
er wager the result of which shall depend
upon an election, or that shall here hereafter
after hereafter fight a duel, or send, knowing knowingly
ly knowingly carry or accept a'challenge to fight,
or that shall be a second to either
party, or that shall be the bearer of
such a challenge or acceptance; but
the legal disability shall not tccrue
until after trial and conviction by dye
form of law.
Sixth. No person shall be permit
ted to vote at an election who shall
have failed to pay, at least on or be
fore the second Saturday in the month
preceding the day of such election,
his poll taxes for the two years next
preceding the year in which such elec
tion shall be held; Provided, that no
person shall be prevented from voting
on account of not having so paid a
poll tax for any years which shall not
have been lawfully assessable against
him by reason of his not having been
of age, etc., etc.
Ordinarily, there is one other quali
fication a pre-requisite for voting,
and that is the payment of poll taxes
The law requires that poll taxes be
paid for the two years previous to
the election, if legally due. As women
have not been, permitted to vote
therefore, the presumption is that
they will not be required to pay poll
taxes this year, as none was legally
due from them.

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BATTLESHIP BAKERS
As the mighty dreadnaughts of to
day have relegated the old battleships
of Admiral Dewey's time to the back
channel, so also has the modern bake-
shop with its fresh white bread sup supplanted
planted supplanted the time of hard-tack. Still,
there are men in the fleet today who
ate hard-tack in Dewey's fleet at
Manila and the bare mention of it
DETROIT WILL BOND
TO BUILD HOUSES
Detroit, Sept. 3. The Detroit
board of commerce will stand back of
the Detroit Housing Corporation's
proposal to float a bond issue m of
$600,000 for building adidtional homes
for workers in the city. This was
made clear when 95 per cent of the
board's membership endorsed the
idea. Virtual pledges on the part of
the entire membership of the board
wer made to subscribe most of the
fund.
The commercial organization has
just completed a survey tending to
show that the growth of Detroit,
both iu population and industry, is
being retarded by the house short shortage.
age. shortage. It was revealed that workers
are paying from $70 to $100- per
month for places in which to live and
that many workmen either are leav leaving
ing leaving Detroit for other cities or are
threatening to do so.
Fresh peaches, apples, bananas and
celery at the Crescent Grocery Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. It
SCHOOL BOOKS
- 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 os possible, avoid ocn ocn-gestion
gestion ocn-gestion on the date of opening of the
Ocala schools, September 13th. Ex Exchange
change Exchange privileges only applies to ele ele-metnary
metnary ele-metnary "books. THE BOOK SHOP.
When you want a really high clsss
candy, try SIRRON chocolate covered
nuts and fruits. Sold in Ocala by the
Court Pharmacy. 17-tf
BANDIT WANTS BOODLE
Zamora Will Execute Prisoners Un
less Ransom is Forthcoming
. (Associated Press)
Mexico City, Sept. 3. The bandit
Zamora threatens 1 to execute Ameri American
can American and British subjects kidnaped un
less ransom money is paid immed immediately,
iately, immediately, according to 'dispatches from
military headquarters at Guadala
jara.
Something to sell? Advertise t

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At CASH and NO DELIVERY prices. We will handle Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables in season; also feed, gasoline and oils.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Lard, compound, per pound 20c ""White Bacon, per pound 22c
Four pound can Snowdrift. .$1.05 Irish Potatoes, peck 68c
Eight " 2.00 Sugar, per pound 21c
If youfcpay CASH and carry, give us a share of your patronage and we will
appreciate it. Yours for
SERVICE ONE JUST PRICE QUALITY
. CftESCENT GROCERY
Phone 562 ABBOTT & LUFFMAN, Proprietors.

conjures memories of happy
long ago.

days
The great dreadnaughts of today
resemble a miniature city with all the
comforts of a modern home. There
isn't any running to the grocery store
or the corner druggist, for it is all in
the same structure. Not the least
important of these stores is the bake bake-shop.
shop. bake-shop. A
Nine hundred loaves of bread, five
hundred pies and three thousand bis-
OCALA, 14; LAWTEY, 0
Ocala defeated the team from
Bradford county-yesterday by a score
of fourteen to nothing. The manager
of the Ocala team was disappointed
in the opposing team. They defeated
High Springs and the S. A. L. team
of Jacksonville and according to the
newspaper reports the Ocala boys
thought that they would have to play
ball. But after the third inning.
Manager Goldman took his star pit
cher, Mickler out of the box, for he
was too much for Lawtey, and Fallqjv
went m to replace him, but it was
the same story too much Fallow.
Ocala will play with Brooksville
Tuesday. Mickler or Luffman will do
the twirling while Leavengood or
Brooks will do the receiving. Man
ager Goldman is trying to get the
Catholic Club of Palatka for Thurs
day's game.
For sale quick, Dodge?iring car,
practically new;five tires, two bump bumpers,
ers, bumpers, spot light. Party leaving city.
Elalock Eros. l-3t
GERARD WILL BE
DEMOCRATIC COLLECTOR
(Associated Pressi
New York, Sept. 3. Former Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador James W. Gerald has ac accepted
cepted accepted the 'post of chairman of the
democratic national finance commit committee,
tee, committee, it was announced here today, and
will supervise the collection of dem democratic
ocratic democratic funds.
Our stock of. fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf
ANTHRACITE MINERS
(PROTEST AGAINST
WAGE AWARD
(Associated Press)
Scranton, Pa., Sept. 3. Many col collieries
lieries collieries throughout the anthracite re regions
gions regions are still idta today, due to the
workers remaining away as a protest
against the wage award.
Sugar 20 cents a pound, Irish po potatoes
tatoes potatoes 65c a peck. At Whittington's.
Phone 377. 30-3tT
Use Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Ceng's Drug
Store. tf

We wish to announce to the public anu our friends that we
will be open for business Saturday, Sept. 4th, 1920, at No. 7
Magnolia street (old Smith grocery stand). We will handle a
fresh line of
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES

cuits are often the daily output of

one ship. In port or at sea, at home
or abroad, the bake-shop js "always
busy baking good things for the sail sail-orman.
orman. sail-orman. The above photograph shows the
bake-shop on one of our greatest
warships, with the sailormen busy at
work. Good bread is doubly appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by the sailormen, for they
know it comes from a clean sanitary
shop.
CAR SHORTAGE IS
ACUTE IN KANSAS
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 3. With
wheat bins in Kansas City elevators
practieally empty and wheat arrivals
inadequate to meet the demand for
shipments to other markets and for
export, the freight car shortage is
clearly reflected here. t
Slightly less than 2,000,000 bushels
are now stored in local elevators
which have a capacity of between 15
and 20 million bushels. A year ago
the supply was nearly 9,000,000. The
amount in storage here has increased
only a few thousand bushels since the
harvest.
The shortage of cars for grain
shipment in the southwest has never
been more acute, according to grain
company officials here. -
A critical situation in business
and financial circles was predicted by
local grainmen unless the car situa situation
tion situation is improved. It will take 28
months, at the present rate, for-the
railroads to move wheat now in Kan-
as, according to Judge Clyde M.
Reed, of the Kansas court of indus industrial
trial industrial relations, who is investigating
the car shortage.
Try Norris' Gold Box assorted can candies,
dies, candies, in 1, 2 and 3-pound boxes. Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive Ocala dealers. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-tf
GOLF TOURNAMENT
WILL BEGIN MONDAY
New York, Sept. 3. International
interest will be centered on this year's
national amateur golf championship
tournament which will begin next
Monday, Sept. 6th, at Roslyn, Long
Island. The United States Golf Asso Association
ciation Association officials have arranged that the
qualifying round of 36 hoi?? will be
played over two sources, the new links
of the Enginers' Club and the better
known circuit of the North Shore
Country Club which are scarcely a
mile apart. Saturday a team match
between the United States and Can Canada
ada Canada will be played over the Engineers'
links and Sunday there will be the
annual competition for the American
Golfer trophy.
Only the highest grade ingredients
are used in our fountain Irinks, sun sundaes
daes sundaes and ice cream soda. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-tf
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Pressing Hard on the Poles in the
Villages Near Town of
Brest-Litovsk

(Associated Press)
London, SejtT3. A Moscow state
ment says the bolsheviki have ad advanced
vanced advanced up to the town of Brest Brest-Litovsk,
Litovsk, Brest-Litovsk, occupying a number of vil villages
lages villages in the nearby district. The state
ment admits the Poles started an ad
vance in the Lemberg sector and savs
the Crimean fighting is proceeding
with alternating success. .
POLES ENTER SUWALKI
Warsaw. Sept. 3. The Poles enter
ed Suwalki and were enthusiastically
welcomed, says an official statement.
Budenny, the bolshevik cavalry
leader, is rapidly retreating.
LITHUANIANS ARE SORE
Berlin, Sept. 3. A statement by
the Lithuanian' foreign minister says
that bloodshed can be avoided only
by the withdrawal of the Poles from
Luthuanian territory. He says the
Poles have attacked the Lithuanians
while boundary negotiations were
pending.
PERSONA NON GRATA
London, Sept. 3. George Gavean
Duffy, the so-called Irish republic
ambassador to France, has been erven
24 hours by the French government
to leave France, it is officially an announced.
nounced. announced. MacSWENEY IS SLIPPING
London, Sept. 3. Mayor Mac Mac-Sweney
Sweney Mac-Sweney shows signs of sinking rap
idly, visitors said. Members of his
family said the end was not far.
MANY HANGINGS TO
OCCUR IN COOK COUNTY
Chicago, Sept. 3. All records for
legal executions in Cook county and
possibly in the state of Illinois, will
be broken here October 14 and 15,
county officials believe, when 12 men
re sentenced to be hanged for mur
der.
Eight of the men are under sen sentence
tence sentence to die October 14 and four on
the following day. In addition two
other slayers who have been convicted
are. awaiting sentence and it is pos possible
sible possible that they also may hang on one
or the other of the two days.
Chicago has had several wholesale
executions in the past the most
notable on Nov. 11, 1887. when five
of the Haymarket anarchists were
hanged but nothing in the memory
of jail officials approaches a death
list of 12 in two days.
Hangings in the Cook county jail
take place in the corridor of one of
the main cell blocks. There is just
room for a double gallows, so it is
probable, according to George F. Lee,
the jailer, that the men will be ex executed
ecuted executed in pairs. The hangings will
cost the state approximately $3000,
including a $100 fee for the sheriff
for each man hung.
Those to be hanged October 14 are
Sam Cardinella, leader of a black black-hand
hand black-hand gang whose members confessed
several murders; Nick Viani, Thomas
Errico, Frank Campione, Sam Lopez,
Joe Catsanzo, Sam Ferrara and Hen Henry
ry Henry Reese, the latter a negro.
The October 15 list includes Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Haensel, Richard Wilson, Harry
Andre and Frank Zager. Haensel,
who killed his wife, was to have been
executed last spring but was granted
a reprieve five minutes before he was
to have marched to the gallows. An Andre
dre Andre was convicted of killing a watch watchman
man watchman while robbing a factory safe.
Wilson was found guilty in the same
case, although he was on another
floor of the building when Andre, his
partner, killed the man. The jury de decided
cided decided that as an accomplice he was
equally guilty.
Sugar 20 cents a pound, Irish po potatoes
tatoes potatoes 65c a peck. At Whittington's.
SUGAR IS SUBSIDING
Federal Refining Company Knocks
Off Another Cent
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 3. The Federal
Sugar Refining Company today an
nounced a new reduction of a cent a
pound, making the price for fine
granulated sugar 15 cents a pound,
less two per cent.
STRIKERS DIDNT
KNOW HOW TO
KEEP UP STEAM
" (Associated Press)
Chicago, Sept. 3. A freight train
seized by men believed to be striking
switchmen wa sfound today near Ben-
sonrille, Ills., with the throttle open
but 21 loaded cars were untouched.
The engine ran down for lack of
steam.
EXECUTION AT NASHVILLE
Nashville, Sept. 3 Lorenzo Young,
a negro, was eecuted today for the
murder of a policeman in Memphis.
LOS ANGELES HAS
ANOTHER SHAKE-UP
Los Angeles, Sept. 3. A slight
earthquake shock occurred in the out outlying
lying outlying parts of the city today. No
damage is reported.

Balance of Trade for First naif cf
this Year Steadily Going
Against America

(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 3. Foodstuffs
imported into the United States for
the seven months ending with July
increased more than a billion and a
half dollars, while exports decreased
half a billion, the department of com commerce
merce commerce reports.
MRS. FARRIS
Mrs. N. A. Farris died at her home
at Fort McCoy yesterday afternoon.
She is survived by her husband and
five children. Mrs. Farris was a na native
tive native of Tennessee but moved to Flor Florida
ida Florida several years ago. The funeral
services will take place this afternoon
at 4 o'clock. Rev. C. W. White of this
city officiating. Interment" will be
made in the Fort McCoy Cemetery.
Pyles & Perkins, funeral directors,
have charge of the arrangements.
HE OUTDID niMSELF
Following the Example of Hexed, Dr.
Montgomery has Oat-Mcatgosi-eryed
Dr. Montgomery
Dr. Montgomery of Micanopy is in
our county jail again.
The number of times Doc has been
in our jail is a compliment to that
structure. He seems to have a posi positive
tive positive affection for it.
He will probably remain there for
some time now.
We don't know but what all the
trouble should be blamed on Lou
Green. Lou is Doc's official guardian.
The other day he took his family and
wen on a vacation. The agreement
was that Doc wouldn't come to- town
without Lou's consent. '..We suppose
a little bird whispered to Doc that
Lou was gone. Doc has also an af
fection for Ocala, and we suppose he
came to the logical conclusion that
being Lou wasnt here, he couldn't ssk
permission, so he would come over
and get another. No matter what his
theory was, he was prompt with prac practice.
tice. practice. He put his usual armament in
his car and statred for Ocala, indulg indulging
ing indulging his playful disposition as he came
along. Several people held up by
him phoned to Ocala, .and the police
prepared to give him a hospitable re reception."
ception." reception."
However, about 4 miles noth of
Ocala, Doc had car trouble, which
brought him to a halt. He didn't care
to bother with the car, and thinking
he had found a good place to epend
the night, and being of a sociable dis disposition,
position, disposition, he tried to add to the gener general
al general satisfaction of the world by caus causing
ing causing everybody to stop and stay with
him.
After awhile somebody got a phone
message thru from Kendrick to Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Galloway, and that cavalier at
once mounted his fiery Ford, and with
Deputy Perkins set forth to Quell this
incipient insurrection. They found
Doc blocking the traffic a little this
side of Kendrick. Several carloads of
people were nearby, patiently waiting
to be shot. Doc was half -shot, mak
ing steady calls on a bottle of moon moonshine.
shine. moonshine. When the sheriff arrived, Doc
held him up also. The sheriff lined
his gunsights on him and was about
to shoot, when he made out that Doc
had nothing but a bottle in his hand.
He made himself known to Montgom Montgomery,
ery, Montgomery, who apologized and offered the
sheriff a drink. The big sheriff was
rather wrath y tho'; he handcuffed Doc
and told the weary waiters to go on
their way. He found a fine double double-barreled
barreled double-barreled shotgun loaded with No. 1
buckshot, and a new Colt's automatic,
caliber .38, and plenty ammunition
for both in the car.
The sheriff brought Montgomery to
jail, and it will probably go hard with
poor Doc. There is half a dozen
charges against him, and he stands a
good chance of going to thepeniten thepeniten-tiary.
tiary. thepeniten-tiary. If he does, he will arrive too
alte for Catts to pardon him out.
Doc didn't show much repentance
on his way to town, cussing the sher sheriff
iff sheriff for about one million different
things. Mr. Galloway paid no at attention
tention attention to him.
U-SERVE CASH AND CARRY
Every day prices no specials:
Lard Compound .lStic
Irish Potatoes, peck C5c
Large Cottolene .$1.85
DEFENSE COUNCILS TO
COMBAT RED PROPAGANDA
Kansas City, Sept. 3. Secretaries'
of all state councils of defense have
been called upon to meet here Septem September
ber September 13 and 14, in an effort to consol consolidate
idate consolidate more than 5000 organizations
in different part3 of the country who
claim as their object the combatting
of "red' propaganda. The object of
the meeting here, it is stated, is to
determine as far as possible what al alleged
leged alleged patriotic organizations are de deserving
serving deserving of support, as well as to for formulate
mulate formulate "Americanization" plans.
U-SERVE CASH AND CARRY
Every day prices no specials:
Lard Compound ISc
Irish Potatoes, peck CZc
Large Cottolene $1.85

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OCALA. FLORIDA.

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COUNTING NOSES
IN MARION COUNTY
When a city or a county 'is credited
by the census takers with a popula
tion less than the optimists of said
city or county expect there nearly
always goes up a yell of protest and
often a demand for a recount.
The census bureau has announced
that the population of Marion county
is 23,968, less by 2973 than ten years
ago.
The Star isn't going to protest nor
ask for a recount. There is no reason
to believe that the recount would be
better than the count.
But all the same we don't believe
there are less than thirty thousand
people in Marion county.
Florida has a national census a
the end of every decade, and a state
census in the middle of every decade
We have reason to believe that the
counts taken by the state are more
reliable, so far as population is con
cerned, than those of the federal gov
ernment, the reason being that the
state census takers are generally bet better
ter better acquainted with the country and
people than those of the federal gov government.
ernment. government. The censuses taken the last 25
years resulted as follows:
State: 1895, 21,875. 1905, 26,725.
1915, 28,758.
Federal: 1910, 26,941. 1920, 23,968.
Since the war broke out in 1914 a
good many people have removed from
Marion. They went by the hundreds
late in 1914 and in 1915, yet the state
census taken in 1915 showed more
people here by 2017 than the federal
census showed in 1910.
There were many changes caused
by the war, and many people went
away, but in the year and a half be between
tween between the armistice and the census
; many returned. Also many new set set-;
; set-; tiers have come in. We think that
; it is indisputable that Ocala has more
; people here than at any time in its
history. It certainly has more houses,
and they are nearly all filled.
The people who have left this coun county
ty county are mostly of a class that are as
likely to come in between, two cen censuses
suses censuses as to leave. Of whites, they
have mostly been men in cajling that
require them to shift their homes at
cording to business conditions. Of
the negroes, they have mostly been
men who move around the state or
go to other states in search of the
best paying work. There is no cer cer-tajnty
tajnty cer-tajnty in counting them, for between
the time they are counted and the
census report is published they have
often gone elsewhere.
Comparatively few of the people
who had homes here, white or colored,
have gone except to return, and many
new residents have come in.
What then is the trouble T It is
partly with the census takers but
mostly with the people. There are
many families that the census takers
overlook. There are many men who,
knowing the census taker is on his
rounds, will not take the trouble of
putting themselves 'in his way. We
know a number of good citizens here
that acknowledge it. They were not
at horne or their regular places of
business when he called, and wouldn't
take the trouble to hunt hfm up.
There is not much doubt that Mar-
ion county had over 20,000 people in
1895. That being the case, nothing j
less than some awful epidemic 'or
widespread emigration (neither of
which we have had) could have held.
the increase down to less than three
thousand in twenty-five years. The
natural increase in any section under
normal conditions, doubles its popu population
lation population in thirty years. Conditions in
Marion county .have been normal, ex
cept for two or three years, and we j
Raising the Family-

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think there is little reason to doubt

that thirty thousand people live with
in its boundary lines.
A BROAD HINT
In a very plainspoken editorial in
its issue of the 2nd, the Times-Union
hints that Catts may be impeached
before his few remaining months of
office can be served.
WTien the impeachment of Catts
was mentioned a few weeks ago, the
Star said "let him alone." It made
that remark, however, in the belief
that the governor would not do any
worse in the next six months than in
any six preceding months of his ad
ministration. Since then he has been
guilty of several absurd and tyrannic
al acts the most harmful of which
probably is the suspension of several
officers without any reason.
The Star is not certain that it would
be best to impeach the governor even
now, but it is certainly in his power
to do the state a great deal of harm
and leave it in a mess when his term
expires. The trouble is that the men
that drew up the constitution of Flor
ida did not contemplate the possibil
ity of the people electing such a man
as Catts governor and it is not like
ly they ever will do such a thing
again.
The Times-Union savs:
; There is a Remedy
When the democrats of Florida ex
pressed in an overwhelming vote
their desire to terminate the pohtica
career of Sidney J. Catts at the con
elusion of his term as governor it was
hoped by all and thought by some
that the more or less recent arrival
from Alabama would make his exit
as gracefully and quietly as possible,
Throughout the time in which Mr.
Catts has occupied the office of chief
executive his performances have
astonished, amazed and disgusted the
intelligent people of. the state. In the
nistory oi tne common weaitn it is
safe to say no man ever more con
sistently blundered, abused privileges
betrayed personal and political friends
or gave the nation greater opportu
nity for criticising Florida. Without
the redeeming trait of the pictures
que Sidney J. Catts has followed his
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in Delco-Light as it gives in,
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Ocala, Fla.
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You c
ouidn t p;it reverse FTnnSim on ihat

selfish, ignorant, tyrannical bent, and)

from recent actions is determined to
keep up his uncouth performances to
L 1 t a.
uic uuui ui. uis i etii eiJieiiL xruxu uuit-
ial life.
Mpptincr n vpritnKIp -wall vf iitvto-I
pathetic voters when demanding to be j
placed in the United States Senate,
the governor, since his rebuke at the!
polls, has apparently sulked and stud- J
ied what measure of revenge he might

use against the pepole of the state,
With arbitrary and autocratic remov-jlazy

als, here and there, violating the prin-j be a case of using expediency to over over-ciple
ciple over-ciple of American freedom by hiding! throw principle. -It would be like

his spleen behind legal verbiage, he
has dismissed officials of this and
that county, without allowing the
men, who had been chosen by their
ellow-citizens, to make defense. The J
charges have usually been in ster-1
eotyped word3, and the public is de-
nied knowledge of specific charges, if
any. As such removals have, in the
past, been repeatedly reversed by the I
courts or the legislature, and the peo
pie oi me siaie iorcea 10 pay two on-i
. t it j m l m i
ficials for the work done by one, this J
mode of procedure would never have J
been continued by any one except a
demagogue.
The most recent and apparently
most high-handed act yet perpetrated
by the official who disgraces the gov
ernor's chair in Florida is the remov
al of school officials in Polk county.
From the first "note" emanating from
the executive mansion to the latest
order or proclamation it has been ap
parent that whatever other disquali
fication Sidney J. Catts had for the
office held, that of ignorance predom
inated. Now it appears that he is at
tempting to direct and manage the
school affairs of the state to what
interests it may well be asked ?
There is a remedy for the unfortu
nate condition into which mistaken
patriots plunged the state three years
and more ago. Is it worth while to
let this autocrat plunge about yet a
while longer or has the limit been
reached by a most patient people?
JOE HAS A SUB
Joe Earman's doctor won't let him
write for his paper, but he has a good
sub in the person of an old preacher,
who occasionally comes in and hands
Joe a wad of copy. Following is a
specimen:
"It is often well to put ourselves
in the other fellow's place.'
A colored woman in "our town"
was up before the judge for cruelly
punishing her boy. After hearing
the evidence the judge gave her a
severe lecture, counselling kindness
as the best method, whereupon, she
said:
"Mister Jedge, kin I say a word?"
The judge in "our town" is a south
erner to the manor born, and having
erreat consideration for the old-time
negro, replied:
"Yes, auntie, what is it?"
"Mister Jedge, wus you ewer de
mudder uv a puffectly wufless niggar
boy?"
The audere assessed the minimum
fine and suspended it.
He caught her viewpoint.
There is a man in "our town" who
is so unsociable that he will not even
talk in his sleep and so disagreeable
that nothing he eats agrees with him.
A colored woman in "our town"
went jnto a dry goods store and ask asked
ed asked for flesh colored hose. The clerk
threw down black ones. She left the
store mad as a hornet.
Some men are supersensitive to
mental suggestion.
A man in "our town" is subject to
hay fever. The very thought of hay
or grass touches him off, and the
other day he met a grass-widow and
sneezed when he got within ten feet
of her.
We are all orthodox as to hell when
up against certain facts.
A man in "our' town" is skeptical
as to a hell, but when a pure sweet
girl was ruined by a scoundrel, he
said: "Well, if there is not a hell,
there ought to be."
A man in "our town" attempts pro
fanity. His little boy hears him, and
like all little hopefuls, is papa's "copy
cat." His baby lips lisp the big cuss
words, and fools laugh to hear him
Froianity is bad enough on grown
lips, but shocking on baby lips.
A civet cat has got any skunk skin-
ned forty-seven ways for Sunday h
ever prowled at night.
A man in "our town'
is following
slowly, but surely, the example of a
civet cat. In a moment of unusual
excitement, it threw a fit and killed
itself with an overdose of its own
odor stunk itself to death.
In case Catts removes Chairman
Rogers of the board of county com
missioners, we think it would be very
unwise for any democrat who expects
to have a political future, to accept an
appointment to the vacant place.
Doesn't it look suspicious that the
Senate probing committee demands
that Cox comes before it with proof
of his charges of large sums of mon money
ey money raised for the republican cam campaign,
paign, campaign, and then adjourns as soon as
Cox starts "toward them a man who
he says has the proofs.
We would like to warn Thorn of
the Palm Beach Post that if he goes
on reprinting the Star's mistakes in
io"l

his vallyble journal, he is liable to

have the editor of this rag killed or
at least beat up. The only reason
l i a. re i v
wiiy we nave nui suucreu oeiure is
because of the prevailing opinion in
Ofalsi tliaf nnhrwlv mitcirfp the tmm
reads the Star.
We regret to see some papers and
some people advocate bringing Chi-
nese to the United States and to Flor
ida to do the work that negroes and
white men don't do. It would
trying to save a man from a moderate
malarial attack by inoculating him
with leprosy. Our alarmists mav he
certain of one thing, and that is our
lazyf oik are going to work, for soon it
will be work or starve. But if we im-
port orientals our lazy people will re-
Imam lazy and become more lazy and
we will have more trouble than we
have ever had
rrT v m
ine registration omcers oi some
states and two or three Florida coun
ties have begun registering women
voters. Supervisor Barco of this
county says he will register them
LIFE
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Building
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I Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.
W. A; TINSMAN
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Anything in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering
PHONE 526, OCALA
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
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Careful estimates "made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city,.
phone No. 526
For All Kinds of
BRICK AND CONCRETE WORK,
LATHING, PLASTERING, ETC.
Repair Work a Specialty
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PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
OCALA. FLORIDA
Eyesight is such a prec-
it
vious thing that it should
fc-.ri treasured and pnarn-
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care.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

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just as soon as he receives instruc
tions, but nothing of the sort has
come to him yet. This matter is all
muddled up, and if the Tennessee
supreme court should rule that ratifi
cation has not been made by the
egislature, the women would be
right where they were before. How However,
ever, However, there is no harm in the women
earning how to register and vote.
An article elsewhere in the Star to today
day today wall give them valuable instruc instruction.
tion. instruction. We understand that a petition has
been sent to Tallahassee, asking the
governor to remove O. H. Rogers,
chairman of the "board of county com
missioners, the reason given, we be believe,
lieve, believe, being that he has changed his
residence to Ocala. Mr. Rogers
brought his family to Ocala over a
year ago, so his children might at
tend our high school, and it is strange
no complaint has been made about it
before. Mr. Rogers still votes in the
precinct he represents, has most of
his property there, and is m his pre precinct
cinct precinct and looks after its affairs as
much as any other commissioner. He
is also a very valuable official for all
the rest of the county. He is, in short,
one of the best commissioners the
county has ever had, and it would be
foolish and unjust to remove him.
CONFEDERATES WILL
MEET IN HOUSTON
The following general bulletin has
been issued by Maj-Gen. N. A. Blitch,
commander of the Florida Division of
United Confederate Veterans:
Tallahassee, Sept. 1.
Comrades of the Florida Division:
The railroads have announced a
rate of one cent per mile, each way,
to the general reunion .to be held in
Houston, Texas, on the 6th, 7th and
8th of October, 1920.
The Seaboard Air Line has been
designated as the official route, and
will operate a special train, consist consisting
ing consisting of baggage coach, one day coach
and five sleepers. This train will
leave Jacksonville at 8:45 on the
morning of October 4th. Tickets will
be good for return trip until October
31st, 1920.
The rate applies to the following
parties:
Members of the United Confederate
Veterans; a member of the family of
a member of the United Confederate
Veterans; members of the Sons of
Confederate Veterans; a member, of
the family of a member of the Sons
of Confederate Veterans; a member
of the Confederate Southern Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Association; a member of the
family of a member of the Confeder Confederate
ate Confederate Southern Memorial Association;
a member of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy; all sponsors, maids
of honor, matrons and chaperones.
Identification certificates will be
forwarded to all officers of the above
named organizations, to be counter countersigned
signed countersigned and issued by them to their
members and families. All camp of officers
ficers officers are requested to advise Gener General
al General N. B. Forrest, Houston, Texas,
immediately, the number of certifi certificates
cates certificates they will probably require for
their sections.
The Rice hotel' will be headquarters
for the Florida division. Those de desiring
siring desiring reservations at the Rice hotel
will communicate with Col. W. A.
Rawls, Pensacola, Fla.
Those desiring space on special
train will communicate with Mr. G.
Z. Phillips, A. G. P. A., Seaboard Air
Line, Jacksonville, Fla.
N. A. Blitch,
Major General Commanding.
Sugared pecans in one-pound boxes.
They're delicious. Court Pharmacy, tf
HUNTER THE CHAMPION
t SEA-LION HUNTER
Astoria, Ore, Sept. 3. William M.
Hunter, known here as "king" of sea sea-lion
lion sea-lion hunters, recently collected $880
bounty from the state for 352 sea sea-lion
lion sea-lion scalps, paid at the rate of $2.50
each.' Bounty is paid on the sea sea-lions
lions sea-lions because they are considered the
Pacific coast salmon's worst enemy.
Lfl Tprey on fish
upstream. Sea-lion hunting is
dangerous. Hunter says, and he tells
' cf narrow escapes from anerry bulls.
Seals, he asserts, are not as awkward
j as they appear but can travel fast.
' Recentiv one chased him over the
j ockg but was killed by Hunter's
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Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Ocala High School will open
the fall session on Sept. 13th. The
new list of books adopted a year ago
for use throughout the state will be
required this year.

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ANNOUNCES! ENT PARTY

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FLORIDA

If you have any news for this de department
partment department please phone 255.
Fresh peaches, apples, bananas and
celery at the Crescent Grocery Satur

day. It

Mr. Lee Sharpe is spending thi3

week in Jacksonville.

"Nucoa" Nut" Margarine, 40 cents a

pound at Cook's Market. Phone 243.
"

Dainty little Miss Edna North of
Dunnellon is the guest of her aunt,

Mrs. J. L. Leitner.

"Perfection" is about the only word

that described our 15-cent Butternut

tread. Carter's Bakery. 31-tf
Miss Lillian Clarkson has been call called
ed called from the Orlando hospital to take
care of a patient in -Winter Garden.
For sale quick, Dodge touring car,
practically new; five tires, two bump bumpers,
ers, bumpers, spot light. Party leaving city.
Blalock Bros. 2-3t

Mrs. J. P. Galloway and pretty lit little
tle little daughter, Muriel returned' from
an over night trip to to Brooksville
Wednesday.
Sugar 20 cents a pound, Irish po potatoes
tatoes potatoes 65c a peck. At Whittington's.
Phone 377. 30-3t

Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Beall of Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, who have spent the past sever sever-aldays
aldays sever-aldays here as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Galloway, returned to their home
yesterday.

Nut

Our specialties are Maple

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

During the absence of Mrs. William
Hocker in Michigan, Mrs. Jones and
her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Johnson,
will be with .Misses Margaret and
Lucretia Hocker.

0 tr stock

planting
Store.

of fresh

13 now m.

seeds for fall
Ocala Seed
8-11-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Trusten Drake, who
have been with Mr. William Hocker
at Battle Creek, Mieh., will join their
son, Trusten Jr. in New York this
week and the family will go to the
mountains for a month.

Just say Banana Split and get the
best delicacy you ever tasted. The
Court Pharmacy. 17-tf
Mrs. William Hocker left today for
Battle Creek, Mich., to join Mr.
Hocker, who is in a 'sanitarium at
that place. The physicians who have
charge of Mr. Hocker's case have
written most encouragingly of his
condition. His improvement, while
slow is quite steady and if it con continues
tinues continues Mr. and Mrs. Hocker expect
to be home about the first of October.

Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
In the write-up of the party given
by Mrs. S. R. Whaley complimenting
her niece, Miss Olive Dial of Madison,
the name of Miss Natalie Minshall
was omitted. Miss Natalie deserved
special mention as she assisted in
numerous ways toward making the
party the perfect success it was, and
at the conclusion of the party assist assisted
ed assisted the hostess in serving the refresh refreshment
ment refreshment course.

Most cordial interest was aroused
yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp, at her lovely home on
South Fifth street, entertained at one
of the most beautifully appointed and
elaborate parties, complimenting Miss
Caroline Harriss, whose engagement

and approaching marriage to Mr. Ed

mund Howard Martin of Charletson,

S. C, was announced, the wedding to
take place October 21st at Grace

Episcopal church.

Never has the Camp home been

more attractive than on this occasion
Beautiful flowers shed their frag-

ranee over a Devy oi loveiy young

ladies, each attired in organdy cos

tumes of palest blue, while a number
of matronly faces added perfection,
their presence gracing a scene of un

usual beauty long to be remembered.

The guest of honor looked both grac

ious and beautiful attired in lavendar

organdy over pink silk, with lavendar
a i V If nr -w

bat to matcn. miss Harris s made a

picture not soon to be forgotten. Her
gown was free of other ornamenta ornamentation,
tion, ornamentation, save lovely flowers, accentuating

the statelmess of her attire.
The guests after being received by
Mrs. Camp and her daughters, were
seated around a perfectly appointed

luncheon table. A color scheme of

pink and white was elaborately used.

Asparagus fern and pink vine inter intermingled
mingled intermingled their beauty and fragrance,

while a Jack Horner pie of unusual
dimensions ornamented in pink, with

pink streamers attached, graced the

center of the table. A lovely little
cupid holding a diamond ring of
huge proportions perched happily in

the center of the pie, and with arms

outstretched and knowing glance
seemed to say to all curious and ad admiring
miring admiring eyes, "A secret I will tell to

you." But only by patience could

this little cupid be persuaded to un-

bld so wonderful an event, so after
i delicious cocktail had been enjoyed,

Mrs. Camp, observing that they look

ed a little sad. and drooping, suggest suggested
ed suggested that all pull the pink ribbons,
which! were attached in hopes that the
flowers might brighten a little. This
being done, the candles in silver hold

ers at each end of the table, winked

knowing glances, the flowers nodded

their heads as if to say "I told vou

so," the ribbons were pulled the

deed was done, and lo! a secret was
out. Cards bearing the names Miss
Caroline. Waldo Harriss. Edmund

Howard Martin, Oct. 21, 1920, appear

ed with cupids attached. Congratul

ations and good wishes followed.

ach guest received a lovely favor

from the pie, and toasts were given
and responded to with zest and good

will.

Pink roses in the shape of nut cups

filled with salted pecans were at each

guest's place, and the loveliest of pink

cannon-shaped favors also adorned

he places. These favors were also

the tyrsting places of cupids, and as
the cannon-shaped favors were pop popped,
ped, popped, attractive bride's verses were

disclosed and read.

The guests were then presented with

pink paper caps, which were placed

picturesquely upon their heads and a

flashlight picture of the. party taken.
A delicious four-course luncheon con

sisting of fried chicken. Saratoga

chips, peas in timbals, hot rolls, nuts,

salted almonds, olives, crackers, iced

Fa! Ta

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

Miss Willie MayXang, left yesterday

for Gainesville. They will sail from

Jacksonville on the 13th on the Clyde

liner Lenape for Boston. Miss Lang

will enter the New England Conser

vatory for graduation in piano. She

is a young lady of exceptional talent
and her many friends in Ocala and

Gainesville will watch with interest

her musical development.
The Elite Shop is showing an at

tractive line of fall hats in pretty

silk, satin and velvet designs.
TELL THE BOARD OF TRADE

If You Don't Approve the Hours on

Which the Freight Depots Pro-
pose to Open and Shut

The Marion County Board of Trade

is .informed that there is a move on

the part of the railroads to make a
change in the hours during which the

freight stations are to be open. The
plan is to open the freight depots at

8 a. m. and to close them at 5 p. m

with one hour in the middle of the

day for lunch. If there is any objec

tion to this on the part of merchants

and business houses, the Board of

Trade would like to be so informed.

SCHEDULE OF ENTRANCE

EXAMINATIONS

These examinations for the benefit

of delinquent pupils will be held at

the hieh school buildiner next week

from Tuesday to Friday.
On Wednesday, geography, phys physiology,
iology, physiology, agriculture and. high schoo
English.

Un Ihursday, grammar, cmcs.

reading arid high school history.
On Friday, science, Latin and al
grade history.

Those interested will please take

note of these dates and be on hand.

SCHOOL PATRONS

AND TEACHERS

Doping teiii

SEPTEMBER 6TH, 7TH AND 8TH

HELD BY

ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS

I Standing by the shore of the ocean
Listening to its pleasant motion;

! Standing in the shade of a palmetto

tree,

I And looking at the sea.

. Swimming in the clearness of Silver

j Springs
(Listening to the mockingbird sing,

iOr being in a rowboat on Lake Weir

Looking at the scenre u seoyab

Looking at the scenery so beautiful

and dear.

But best of all is to be looking at the

sunset sky,

wnere angeis are praising Uod on

high.
Marianna M. Neighbour.

Merchant Tailors

BALTIMORE

You are cordially Invited to Attend

E. T. HELVE NSTON

Ocala, Fla.

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hats in silk, satin and velvet. The

Elite Shop. 2-3t
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Better and more pleasing than

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Largest Independent Cigar Factory in the World

tea, ice cream with white heart-

shaped cakes, iced in pink roses, was
enjoyed, while cut glass dishes of
pink candied roses were on the table.
Many Ocala people as well as
scores of friends elsewhere will take
ah interest in the news of this en engagement
gagement engagement of these charming young
people. Mr. Martin, who is connected
with the Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
in this city, is from a well-known and
distinguished family, being the
grandson of Col. Alfred M. Martin of

(South Carolina, and the great nephew

of Col. John M. Martin of this city,
and the son of Mrs. John Ravenel of
Charleston, S. C.
Miss Harriss, who was born and
reared in this state, needs no intro-duction-to
our people. She is a young
woman of lovely character, loved by
all who know her, and Mr. Martin is
to be congratulated upon winning so
charming a bride. Miss Harriss'

family have from earliest times been
makers of history. She was selected
as maid of honor to represent the
Florida division, United Confederate
Veterans, at the Washington reunion,
and was chosen national sponsor-in-chief
for the Sons of Confederate Vet Veterans
erans Veterans at the reunion in Tulsa, Okla.,
Oct. 19, 1918, and her friends are re rejoiced
joiced rejoiced to knew her marriage will not
take her away from Ocala, where she
is so well known and loved.
Those attending Mrs. Camp's party
for Miss Harriss were, besides the
hostess and her four daughters,
Misses Stella, Nina, Nettie and Carita
Camp, Misses Caroline Harriss, Sue
Moore, A'va Lee Edwards, Agnes Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Onie Chazal, Elizabeth Davis,
Marian Dewey, Mrs. W. W. Harriss,
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sr Mrs. Will William
iam William Hocker, Mrs. C. IF. Lloyd, Mrs.
J. C. B. Koonce and Mrs. H. M.
Hampton.

To the Patrons of the Primary
School: The trustees of the Ocala
schools have decided to continue the
plan of having two entrance dates
for the children who will be six years
of age during the school year. The
first of these dates will be at the

opening of school, when all children
who will be six years of age before
January 3rd may enter. All children

who will be six before the close of

the school year may enter on Janu

ary 3rd, the opening of school after

the Christmas holidays.

It is suggested that parents bear in

mind that the beginners" grade has
been abolished and that the work or'
the first grade will conform to the
outline of the state course of study
which is designed for children fully
six years of age. The question for
the parents to consider is not wheth whether
er whether the child can get through with the
work of the first grade in one year,

but rather, is the physical and mental
condition of the child such that he

will not be taxed with the work that
is to be done, under the existing con-

r'ditions.

All children who were passed to
the next grade conditonally are re requested
quested requested to bring a writen statement
of work done to overcome the defic deficiency.
iency. deficiency. Nellie C. Stevens,
Principal Prmary School.
Get the habit of calling phone 243
when you want high class fresh meats
and groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf

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9 N. Main Street

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NOTICE

The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Marion county will receive bids
at their office in the Marion county
court house, September 8th, 1920, fcr
overseers to work the public roads
and bridges in the several commis commissioners
sioners commissioners districts, in accordance with
Chapter No. 8111, Acts of 1919.
The board reservjes the right to re reject
ject reject any or all bids.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman
Attest, P. H. Nugent. Clerk. 8-7 -tf

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

Twenty-two room two-story building occupying about one acre of
ground on the block adjoining the new union depot, Ocala. Down Downstairs
stairs Downstairs consists of dining room, office, living room, six bedrooms, store
room and kitchen. Upstairs, 12 sleeping roms and trunk room.
Iron fence on front; large garden in the back; new fence with cy cypress
press cypress posts. Frontage of 265 feet on the Seaboard Air Line can be
sold off for warehouse purposes without disturbing the buildings.
Will be offered for a short while at $6000.

FRANK. W. DITTO

OCALA,

9 FLORIDA

THE WINPSOM -MOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, &)RIDA
In the heart of the sity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service li
second to none

ROBERT M. i MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGZZ
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Entire .. Stock of High Grade -Pry Goods, Clothing, Shoes j Hate Notionas,
. : '''ReadyittosWearf--Ettc.;:. ''
Positively beyond doubt the Greatest Bargain Event ever thrown before the buying public of this community.
This entire stock will be thrown on sale with positive and final instructions to sell the goods and sell them quickly.
An opportunity you cannot afford to miss.
Every Article Reduced. Read These Prices.

i Men's Wash Pants
These come in good quality,
striped-materials. Every pair
well made-- -$1.98
Men's Sox
j Medium weight black lisle.
Only about Fifteen Dozen left.
Come early. 35c valnes.19c
Men's Nice Drawers
The famous Scriven style, well
made of extra good quality
materials. . 98c
Linen Collars
: These can be had in all styles.
Sale price, 21c
Baroains in Men's Shirts
- Men's well made negligee
shirts popular colors $1.75
Men's Shirts, collars attached,
a good every day shirt. 198c
SALE STRICTLY CASH.

Men's Underwear Under Under-Priced
Priced Under-Priced Ribbed Drawers and Shirts, fall
and winter weight, best qual quality,
ity, quality, each .... 1.24
Union Suits for men, fall and
winter weights, comfortable
and well made - $1.98
Handlcerchiets
Ladies' and Children's :Hem :Hem-stitched
stitched :Hem-stitched and Pequo edge, dandy
for school use. --4c
Handkerchiefs in plain white
or with neatly colored bor borders
ders borders 7c
Remember
BRING THE CASH
-Gauze Vests
These are Swiss ribbed gar garments,
ments, garments, shaped neck and good
quality. 39c value at 25c
SALE STRICTLY CASH.

Children's Stockings
These are cotton ribbed hose
in black and guaranteed fast
colors. 40 and 45c values, 25c
Boys' Wash Trousers
Sizes 6 to 16T
These are good quality and du durable
rable durable garments. A big bargain
at the price 69c
. Apron Ginghams
These are in fast colors and of
the best quality. A pick up at
the price 29c
Georgette Blouses
These are neatly made and
daintily trimmed garments in
various shades. Only. $2.98
Ladies' .Hose
These are extra quality sec seconds
onds seconds in thread silk and a big
value. $1.50 and $2.00 Values
only 98c
SALE STRICTLY CASH.

Lace Stripe Hose
The very latest thing in wo women's
men's women's hose, and a bargain at
the price. 1 $1.75
Cotton Hose
These are plain cotton top,
ribbed, every-day hose and a
big bargain. 25c value 19c
Best Quality Dress
Ginghams
These are absolutely fast col colors
ors colors and come in a complete
range of patterns. A yard 48c
Army Reclaimed Pants
We have 100 dozen of these.
They are the genuine article
and big values. Sale price 98c-
Comc, sec for yourself. Every
item on sale at extremely low
prices.
SALE STRICTLY CASH.

Wash SlIUs
Novelty stripes and brocaded

-satin figures. A soft form

fitting material very appropri appropriate
ate appropriate for balmy fall and winter
wear. Per yard... ...60c
Children's Middles
These come in colors and in
plain white. Made of good
quality Indian Head. Ideal for
school wear. Only 98c
Good Blanliefs
Standard quality cotton, size
64x76. A wonderful value.
Come and see them .3.49
No Goods will be Charged
Men's Outing Night Shirts
Full size and made of splendid
quality, downy finish Outing.
$1.49

1 AhE mW GOIMG ON IN FULL BLAST

We have all books required for this
term. Please order what you need

without delay. THE BOOK SHO.
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. ra. 17-tf

SATURDAY SPECIAL!
Pin Checked Pants
$3.00 Value
Very Special $1.79

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Temperature this morning, 69; this

afternoon, 91

Golden Acre Macaroni and Spa-

o-Wti. n Tiflpknp'es for ... . .23c Use a eood Klenzo Tooth Brush.

.Irish potatoes, per peck.......... 70c Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store. t

Lima Beans, per lb. ............ .10c

Lard Compound, bulk, per lb

Pure Lard, bulk, perTb........27,2e

K mean's Pure Lard, lb nails. 1 Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all

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TTirnWa Puro Wrl Sllh. nails. :V Cnannei; to anu ceuus uu uenga

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Mr. J. f!. Jackson is here from Mi-

22c L;

per pail

White Bacon, per lb

...$1.45 Store

.24c

5

Mrs. L. W. Ponder and Miss Rush-

White Bacon (by the side) per lb. 22c I g Tarn-

per pound .ooc

Kingan's Smoked Bacon squares,

1 to 3 lbs. to the piece, per lb.. 23c

Kinfean's Breakfast Bacon

sauares. ner lb....... 38c

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pa, Miss KusnaDene returning nome,
Mrs. Ponder to spend a week or two

with Mrs. Sale.

Kingan's Xrocus

per pound . . .
Kingan's Tripe, per
three cans for ...

Brand Butter,

Don't fail to visit the r Guarantee

Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

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Ocsla Aiiio and GsiF2i$s onipsny
(Successors to Gstes Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars

Supplies of All Kinds

Kelly-Springfield, 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.
$25225.00 Delivered In Ocala

USED FORDS
One 1919 Truck.
One 1918 Touring.
One 1917 Touring.
One 1916 light Truck.
One 1916 Light Truck.
One 1915 Light Truck.
These cars have been overhauled
from end to end and are in absolutely
A-l mechanical condition.
CARROLL MOTORS COMPANY
Ocaal, Florida.

...!.67cfiKnkinS for QUALITY not prices, tf

can.

1,uu ka and Miss Hilda Hazel Waldron of

Corned and Roast Beef per can..3oc port McCoy, were joined in wedlock

Premier Salad Dressing, per by Judge Smith in his office yester-

bottle . .45c day.

Klim (whole milk) one lb. cans,

per can ........... .90c

Klim (whole milk) 2 lb. cans,

ner can $1.80

Klim (skimmed milk) 1 lb. cans,

ner can 6oC

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The S. A. L. freight station will be

closed Monday, September 6th, a legal

holiday. 2t 4 C. A. Harris, Agt.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS IN OCA LA

"Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,

gnats and other insects; 25 cents the

bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Carn-Thomas Co.

Phone 163

Mrs. O. J. Wood3, nee Mrs. Minnie

Bostick, returned last night from

Roanoke, Va., and will reopen her

store for the season. Dr. Woods is

delayed in Roanoke but will come

aloner later and spend the winter

here.

Mr. Ben Rheinauer is home from

his trip to New York, during which

he selected an extra fine lne of goods

for his big, double-barreled store. Mr.

Rheinauer says its entirely too hot

for a Florida man to enjoy himself

in New York at this time of year, and
he is very glad to get back home. His

friends have missed him during his

absence.

For sale quick. Dodge touring-car,

practically new; five tires, two bump

ers, spot light. Party leaving city.

Blalock Bros. 2-3t

U-SERVE CASH AND CARRY

In Accents Mild

We Modestly Proclaim
that we are' Vulcanizing
Headquarters for this
community and we want
to Whisper Soltly in your
ear that we Guarantee
Salisfaction.

Oils, Gas and Accessories to.

ILALOCK BROS.

Phone 78

OCALA HOUSE BLOCK

Every day prices no specials:

Lard Compound 18c

Irish Potatoes, peck 65c
Large Cottolene ....... ..... . .$1.86

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.

meets every Tuesday evening at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner o

ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A

varm welcome always extended to

"isitins brothers.
J. D. McCaskill. N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THIS WORLD

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR, LOCAL NEEDS
'ATES Six line, maximum, one
' :e, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
, ; one month, $3. Payable in ad-

FOR SALE Ten head of niules. Will
exchange for cattle, goats or sheep.
J. M. Meffert. Ocala, Fla. 4-tf
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sate 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.
Wood row. Box 581. Ocala. Fla. 9-tf
WANTED Experienced stenograph stenographer.
er. stenographer. E. A. Strout Farm Agency, at
Florida House. 31tf
WANTED Young man to clerk in
confectionary store and assist with
soda fountain. Apply to T. W.
Troxler, Ocala, Fla. 31-6t
' FOR SALE A Burroughs adding
machine, practically new and in the
best condition. Apply to B; Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, "Why Pay More?" Ocala. 6t
FOR SALE Horse, harness and
wagon, ten hogs. Inquire at old
Potter place or Dr. Dunn's veteri veterinary
nary veterinary hospital, Ocala, Fla. l-5t
FOR RENT Desirable furnished
. rooms suitable for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply at 403 Fort King ave ave-'
' ave-' nue. 2-6t

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets

K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov

ereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.

S. A. L. CLOSES MONDAY

BANKS WILL CLOSE MONDAY

Monday, Sept. 6th, being Labor
Day, the Commercial Bank and the
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
will be closed on that date. 2tdlyltw

Seaboard Air Line

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:09 a. zn

Leave for Tampa......... 2:10 a. m

Arrive from Jacksonville.. lusOp.m.
Leave for Tampa.... 1:50 p. m
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:24 p. m

Leave for Tampa... 4:25p.m.
Arrive from Tampa. ...... 2:14 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville..., 2:15a.m.
Airive from Tampa 1:35 p. in.

Leave for Jacksonville. ... 1:55 p. m.
Arrive from Tampa.. 4:04 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 4 :05 p. m.

Atlantic Coast Line

Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:48 a. ra.

Leave for St. Petersburg. 2:49 a. m.

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arr;ve from J acksonville . 10 :12 p. m.

Leave for Lees burg 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from at. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12a.m.
Arrive from St.. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.

Leave lor J acksonville .... 1:45 p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg .... 6:41 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.

Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.

Lave for iiomosassa 3:25 p.m.

Arrive from Gainesville.

daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.

Leave for Gainesville, daily

except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday 7:25 a.m.

Ar. from Lakeland. Tues

day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p.m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Airive from Wilcox, Monday-
Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p.m.

First Lifeboat Still In Exlrttnce.
The first lifeboat ever made is still
m existence In Yorkshire. It was con constructed
structed constructed In 1802, to be used 'for sav saving
ing saving life In storms or other dangers to
ships. A poor shipwright Invented
and- made It, and parliament consid considered
ered considered his labor and skill so meritorious
that It voted him the sum of $2,000 as
a reward. s

Where He Wat Wtak.
The other day, my little cousin
brought home his report card marked
A plus for everything except deport deportment.
ment. deportment. His father said: "Why, John,
how does thl happen V John's reply
wa: "Well, but daddy, that's my
hardest study. Exchange.

What have you to sell or trade?

OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and- four Tuesday eve.
nings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book

Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R R-E.
E. R-E. J. Crook, Secretary.

You'll profit by reading the ads in

every day's Star.

Wooing by Temperature.
A West Dallas widow says the rea reason
son reason she broke her last; engagement
was because her fiance was a doctor
who wanted to keep a thermometer in
her mouth while he held, her hand.
Dallas News.

Indian Silk.
There are 1,000,000 persons In India
engaged In the production of silk.
Caterpillars and moths of the mul mulberry
berry mulberry silk industry of India are entire entirely
ly entirely domesticated creatures.

Or Belong to a Union.
Even women who do not work for a
living have a natural earning to
make a striking appearance. Cartoons
Magazine.

Where He Slips.
The man who thinks he knows every.

thing always gets Into difficulty when
conditions require him to verify his

Information.

Or Treasure.

Those who marry for business may

repent for pleasure Cartoons Maga
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A tiny miss who had never take:
prt in anything before an audienc
was to sing in a church on children'
day. They were all tots in the chom
Her parents, afraid that she mlgh
not take her part well, decided sonn
thing ought "to be said to her at tlr
last minute. So her father said, "Dor
othy, now you must be sure and keei
up with the rest when you sing'
'hf" replied the child, "I always kor;
up. I'm most generally ahead!"

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MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dnnn Lorfge No. 19, F. & A.

M.. meets cn the first and third

Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice

Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.

R. 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.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger

trafns at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave
2:20 am
1:55 pm
4:05 pm

Arrive
2:10 am
1:30 pm
4:35'pm

Jacksonville-NTfork
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
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2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 um
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 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 v u
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 jin
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Vilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 j-m
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 nm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

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1920 MODEL BUICK ROADSTER
Run 5000 Miles. Cord Tires
A-l SHAPE. QUICK SALE
AUTO SALES COMPANY
MACK TAYLOR
Phone 348, Ocala, Florida.

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K N Vm ii TS OF PYTHIA S
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K.'Sage. K. of R. & S.

The -Klenzo Family complete is now
on display at Gerig's Drug Store, tf

COWS, JERSEYS AND GRADES

Fine one just fresh, heifer calf.
Milks over four gallons. Also pure
bred heifer to freshen in few days.
Plenty of young stock.
Call or telephone,
R. L. ANDERSON,
8-G-tf Law Library Building
Get the habit of reading the ads.

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FOR RENT Two story apartments
on Fort King avenue. Apply to
Mrs. T. C. Carter, at Carter's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 2-Gt
LOST Headlight rim and glass. Will
finder please return to Star of office.
fice. office. 2-3t

Movies in Colors of Nature.
By ''superimposing three pictures a
blue, a red and a green in register
on the screen, a French motion-picture
producer finally has evolved a practi
cal system of natural color projection.
Each film picture is approximately -,1
by inch, instead of the standard
1 by $i inch, and three of them in con
secutlve order constitute a three-color
unit. 1 inch, wide and V3 inches high,
necessitating double the usual machine
speed, according to an illustrated ar
tide published In Popular Mechanics
Magazine. The. machine-has a single
lamp and condenser lens, but three ob objective
jective objective lenses and three color, windows.
The middle, or red picture is used as
the key position, and Is mechanically
protected from any possible .displace .displacement.
ment. .displacement. The upper, or -blueand the
lower, or green, pictures are adjusted
by an Ingenious electrical device.

Emblem of Satnfbctian

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Enibkm oj Satisfaction

(ZnOlFER sturdiness and dependability
mT have been qualities of Buick Valve-in-Head
Motor Cars from the time that the
name Buick first became linked with the
automobile industry. Today, in equal meas measure
ure measure as in the past, the Buick Motor Com Company
pany Company is dedicated to a continuance of the
policy that has caused the Buick car to occupy
the position it holds in the public mind.

ANNOUNCING
Tte New Nineteen Twenty One Buick Series

Three Passenger
five Passenger
Four Passenger
FWe Passenger
Four Passenger
Seven Passenger
Etvea Passenger

Open
Open
Coupe
Sedan
Coupe
Open
Sedan

Model Twenty
Model Twenty
Model Twenty
Model Twenty
Model Twenty
Model Twenty
Model Twenty

One Forty Four
One Forty Fie
One Forty Six
One Forty Seven
One Forty Eight
One Forty Nine
One Fifty

To all that the osme
Buick has meant in
twenty years of automo automobile
bile automobile history, the new
Nineteen Twenty One
Buick brings that grace
of movement, that re refinement
finement refinement of every line
and feature, that sheer
beauty of design which
inspire a pride of owner ownership
ship ownership in a fine motor car.
The new Buick linecom linecom-prises
prises linecom-prises seven model, one
for every possible de demand.
mand. demand. Each pat the
famed Buick Valve -in-Head
Motor, as rugged
and powerful as ever, yet
refined into a mechan mechanism
ism mechanism of unusual quietness.

The improved radiator,
hood and cowl lines giro
a finished touch of trin
ness to the body yet with without
out without any sacrifice of Buick
individuality.
A more resilient spring
suspension gives the J
new Buick models a rid
ing comfort as delightfc!
as their exterior appear appearance
ance appearance is pleasing.
Each of the seven models'
has its own value particu particularly
larly particularly adapted to a distinct
class of service. All pos possess
sess possess those inherent Buick
qualities that assure the
owner the uninterrupted
use of his investmeat

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J m fir Delivery Data, Catalog and Prices, r write tie
Buick Meter Ctmpanf, Flint, Mich.

Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

Buick Dealers

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WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT, BUICK WfLL BUILD THEM
TO ASSURE DELIVERY PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW

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