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lETTIiiB THE CAT
It is the Irish Republic and Not the
Erilkh Empire that Wen't Let
. McSweeny Eat
London, Sept. 7. The Daily' Mail
nays that new activity has been noted
in certain units of the Sinn Fein ie ie-publican
publican ie-publican army and that it is believed
in official circles new outbreaks are
planned, probably for September 2Gth.
The same paper says Mayor McSwee McSwee-ny's
ny's McSwee-ny's friends are urging the republican
government of Ireland to give the
mayor permission to eat. N
POSSIBILITY OF COMPROMISE
IcSvreeny and Other Hunger Strik Strikers
ers Strikers May be Released if Guarantee
is Given that Murders in
Ireland Will Cease
London, Sept. 7. A dispatch to the
London Times from Viege, Switzer Switzerland,
land, Switzerland, quotes David Lloyd George, the
British prime minister, as saying that
if the guarantees are given that the
murder of policemen in Ireland will
cease the premier is convinced that
Lord Mayor McSweeny and the other
hunger strikers will be released from
prison. -. ; ; ?-
, Other special dispatches : tend to
confirm the interview printed in the
According to the Times, the pre premier
mier premier said that not a single one of the
deluge of appeals for clemency of
fered the slightest assurance that
such killings would be stopped. He
added that the unconditional release
of the imprisoned men would be dis
astrous to the morals of the Irish
police and make government in Ire
McS WEENY STICKS
London, Sept. 7. Each day as the
fast of Lord Mayor McSweeny in
Brixton prison progresses there is
staged by the bedside of the dying
man a tragic little act, which was
disclosed to the Associated Press by
Father Dominic of the Franciscan
Capuchin order, Mayor McSweeny's
Every morning food in some form
or another is brought in by the prison
authorities and offered to the starv
j. i i ii j. t
mg prisoner in ine nope mat ms al almost
most almost uncontrollable craving will mas
ter him and that he, will be tempted
to eat. Every morning there is the
same end to the act McSweeny, who
is to weak to utter a spoken refusal,
crushes his desire and turns his head
away. So it has gone on until the
twenty-fifth day of his hunger strike
has been reached.
WILL TRY AGAIN
New York, Sept. 7. A special elec
tion will be held here Thursday, Sep September
tember September 16, to decide whether the five
socialist assemblymen ousted from
the New York legislature last winter
for alleged disloyalty shall be return
ed with the addition of another mem
ber of the same political faith.
Republican and democratic leaders
in the state's lower house have declar
. ed that if the five ousted men are re'
elected, steps will be taken to debar
them or to expel them again after
thev have taken -their seats. The
ouster last spring focussed on Albany
the attention of public leaders of all
parties all over the country, : v
The five socialists who were expell expelled
ed expelled last year are all candidates for re reelection.
election. reelection. They are August Claessons
V TT r T 1 . f jr T A A
ana iouis waiaman oi- iviannatxan,
Samuel A. DeWitt and Samuel Orr 'of
the Bronx and Charles Soloman of
Brooklyn. Nat Rubin is the socialist
candidate of the 19th Brooklyn dis district
trict district for the seat vacated by the
death of Assemblyman John Damico.
In each case the socialists are prose prose-.
. prose-. cuting their campaigns vigorously.
Efforts have been made, by republi republicans
cans republicans and democrats to agree on fus
ion candidates in opposition to the
socialists, -or failing this; to have one
of these two parties make no nomina
tion..,."- y ': .-, ff.l "", '. ':yy-z,:
To save their assemblymen from
another expulsion if elected, socialists
of the state have announced that they
would amend their consttitution,
striking out several of the articles
which were cited in the ouster-proceedings
of last year as rendering the
socialists unfit to sit in the assembly.
A referendum vote is to be taken by
the party on these proposed changes
before the election.
Two of the provisions of the social socialist
ist socialist constitution which party leaders
say will be amended are those pro
hibiting members from voting for
military appropriations and providing
that the party may force resignation
of its representative in case he fails
to obey their instructions.
Ru?)-MyTism is a great pain killer,
lit r?!;?Ycs pain and soreness caused by
.TLeuir.ntisni, neurslsLa, rpraiss, etc
ODE 1IUI1DHED All
Crippled in the Cause of Their Coun
try Deserved this Bounty
Given a Slacker
(Associated Pr&ss) -Benton
Harbor, Sept. 7. Jack
Dempsey received $55,000 for batter
ing Billy Miske seven and a half min minutes
utes minutes yesterday, Promoter Fitzsim Fitzsim-mons
mons Fitzsim-mons said today.
It Will Probably be Next Week Be
fore They Can Begin to
Supervisor Barco today received
the papers from Secretary of State
Crawford that allows him to begin'to
There is considerable work to be
done yet in preparing for the work.
It will require additional books and
blanks, and if registration begins
without them it would probably have
to stop m a day or two. the ; office
being equipped with only what was
expected for the usual increase of the
Mr. Barco is at rork with his usual
care and diligence. He will try to be
ready by Monday. :.:.:
A formal notice will be in the Star
tomorrow. f r
OYSTERS MAY BE
, PLANTED LIKE ONIONS
West Sayville, N. Y., Sept. 6. Pro
pagation of young oysters all ready
to "set out" guaranteed to multiply
with proper care into a flourishing
brood, may result from experiments
just concluded by W. F. Wells, of the
New York Conservation Commis
sion, who today reported on his ex
tensive study of oyster breeding.
Mr. Wells, at his laboratory on the
shore of the Great South Bay, has
succeeded in keeping ; alive millions
of young oysters from the larvae to
the "set" stage. In his report he said
that hatcheries modeled after his
plant can be built wherein the oy
sters may be incubated until time to
set them out in deep waters.
His method of developing oyster
"sets" from oyster seed, or spawn,
removes one of the chief obstacles in
the commercial propagation of oy
sters, Mr. Wells said.
- "The seeds are so small," he "ex
plained, "from the time they are laid
by. the oyster until they are mature
enough, to attach themselves to a sur
face in sets, that experimenters have
had the greatest difficulty in devising
a practicable commercial method of
keeping the tiny shellfish supplied
with a fresh supply of salt water and
food without washing them all down
"When the oysters reach- the set
stage, they can safely be put in the
beds to fend for themselves. After
that time the oyster grows very rap rapidly
idly rapidly for a period of some weeks and
gains full maturity within three or
One of the chief obstacles, that of
handling the larvae, or tiny eggs,
while changing their water, the re report
port report says, was overcome by the use
of a centrifugal machine, which con con-centratesthe
centratesthe con-centratesthe eggs in a small recep
tacle. The hatching apparatus was
made of a series ; of large inverted
glass carboys, fitted with tubes which
permitted a fresli supply of salt; wa waster
ster waster and air to percolate so gradually
that the development of the eggs
was not retarded. Microscopic ex examination
amination examination is necessary in following
the gradual development of the eggs
to the "set" stage.
Mr. Wells declared it is a well well-known
known well-known fact that in "t.h last in
the production of ovsters has been
very much reduced. It was to deter determine
mine determine the exact cause of this reduc reduction,
tion, reduction, he said, that his studies were
undertaken. It has been suggested,
he said.that nollution of thp watprs
has injured many of the most pro
ductive beds' in "Connecticut and in
the vicinity, of New York.
JEWIStf NEW YEAR
All the good Jewish stores will be
closed all day Monday; September 13,
in celebration of New Year. 7-4t
DELIVERY AT NO DISTANT DAY
Paper Clothing from Austria at 15
Cents Per Suit
Washington, Sept. 7. Paper cloth
ing from Austria was placed on ex
hibition by the department of com commerce
merce commerce today and will be offered to
.clothing manufacturers for examina
titon. One suit quoted at 15 cents i3
said to be washable.
Dance tonight at Commercial Club.
Ladies free. Be there. It
II Uilll.ll li
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1920
PitELiMIIIAnr AllllOUilGEMEIlT, 14TII E!!SUS.
OF AGOICULTURE III Hill CDU1ITV
Washington, Sept. 7. The director
to correction, the following preliminary
culture for Marion county. Florida:
White farmers. -c
Managers . ...
Land in farms
Total, acres ....225,048
Improved, acres 105,471
Jan. 1 Apr. 15
Mules I 1,290
Note Quantity; harvested represents corn and peanuts in bushels, hay.
in tons and oranges in boxes.
The figures for domestic animals
able with those for 1920, since the
before the breeding season had begun,
in April, or about the middle of the
spring calves, colts, etc.
" MISSING FROM FILES
. Vienna, Aug. 17. So many
portant records of the last days of
the "empire- have ; disappeared from
the files that the war archives com commission
mission commission has been forced to "appeal to
officers and officials to come forward
with verbal testimony or personal pa
pers m order to complete the history
of the period.
tl is presumed that these docu
ments were removed at the instance
of officials upon whom they reflected
unpleasantly or to hide personal
guilt. The ; government promises im immunity
munity immunity from punishment so that the
complete history of the breakdown,
both on the war fronts arid internally,
may be written. .V
ATTENTION, STUDENTS -
OF THE HIGH SCHOOL
There will be a meeting of all high
school boys who are interested in this
year's football team, Thursday, Sept.
9, at 7:30 p. m., Board of Trade
room. Others outside the school who
are interested in football should be
there. Come out and let's get to together.
gether. together. George Leak,
Capt. 1920 Squad.
NOTICE, EASTERN STARS ;
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
will open its meetings again Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Sept. 9th, at 8 p.. m. after a va vacation
cation vacation of two months. 7-3t
DEAD ONCE TOO FTEN
(Associated Press) :
Houston, Sept. 1 After having
been pronounced, dead nine times on
previous occasions, M. L. Cranberry
died in a hospital here today. He was
nearly buried twice.
U- Serve Cash and Carry
HAPPINESS CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND
In the dictionary.
Happiness should always be found
In every home. c
We help make people happy
By GIVIVG THEM THEIR MONEY'S
WORTH AND MORE.
Won't you let us help make you happy?
CASH AND CARRY
Ocala House Clock OCALA, FLA.
of the census announces, subject
figures from the census of agri
Value of land
January 1 1920.. $7,390 ,569 J
April 15, .1910... 4,101,059
Amount . ..... 3,289.510
Per cent . . .. '- 80.2
Principal Acres QnanUty
Crops liar vested
Corn ... 1919 33,975 397,380
Corn 1909 25,310 304,236
Hay ..1919 6,493 3,991
7 497 1217481
woo st ne
Oranges ...1909 107,705 177,530
in 1910 are not very closely compar
present census was taken in January,
while the 1910 census was taken
breeding season, and included many
NEW YORK STORE
ADOPTS NOVEL IDEA
New York. SeDt. 6.The reDubli
can form of government for employes,
introduced in certain industrial nlants
throughout the country, has been
adopted by a large New York depart-
. , ...
immujes vyi. bins swici liuiuucniig
i7An L; i ;oii n
ters affectine their relations with the
momf fW JvMiv hnHi
K-si-'" r r
kcooA off or tlio hiomo-rl nvctom
of representation prevailing in the
government of the United States.
The employes elect ; members of
their house of representatives and
- 1 1 J 1 1 1 A 1
senaie mrecxiy, wmie me execuwve
department, consisting of a cabinet
of five, is named by the corporation
officials. The judiciary functions are
carried out by a joint justice commit
tee from the legislative bodies. All
branches of the store : government
derive their powers from a constitu constitution
tion constitution somewhat similar to the consti
tution of the nation.
The fixing of wage scales and work working
ing working conditions are included V in the
broad powers of the house and sen
ate, while the justice committee may
ormg auouv vne expulsion ox an a-
u,e uUm uIctuu.,u h uIC,.uuU
aworkcr has been unjustly discharg-
ed, theycan have him reinstated. The
acuui.uisjepia u en Joeu
by the cabinet, but this has not beenl
necessary as yet, it was said by an
official of the concern.
MISKE KNdCKED OUT
" (Associated Press)
' Ringside, Benton Harbor, Mich.J
Sept. 6. Jack Dempsey, world's
heavyweight champion, defending his
title for the first time, knocked out
Billy Miske, of St. Paul, in the third j From a chassis standpoint, no no no-round
round no-round of a ten-round championship I ticeable changes are. to be seen by
fight this afternoon.
i Another Batch of those Informal
Representations Sent to the
Washington, Sept. 7. The state
department said no formal note had
been dispatched to Mexico, although
the American embassy had been in
structed to make informal represen
tations to Mexico acainst certain oil
i mpyip a xt ntntmrvrr
Mexico wty, oept. i ne loreign
m ml tA
0fiice denied that it nad received a
note from Washington relative to tee
petroleum situation. It was learned
I from unofficial sources that the Am-
the Mexican foreign office declined
l,,!!,, rt P(.OTit it pkimmtf if- w
couched in such terms that its accep-
tance was impossible.
o n txt a nA;
AUeAlc" .' "r1
an. American citizen, capiuitfu jj
iue. uanmi uaiuvin, iis csiupcu, uiiiw-
na advices say. it is sxatea mai
Gardiner took refuge at a ranch dur
ing the flight -of the bandit and that
an escort has been sent for him.
AT LIBERTY AGAIN
Dr. H. L. Montgomery is at liberty j
again, free to take another chance to
indulge his frolicsome spirit and to
take a chance with some person, not
understanding said spirit.
He had a hearing yesterday before
the committee appointed to pass on
his sanity, and- the committee pro
1 nounced him sane and responsible.
He had a hearing in Judge Smith's
court and was fined .$300 for carrying
J concealed weapons, which he paid. 1
J or navmg wnisKy in ms possession,
I he was sentenced to six months at
I hard labor, but his sentence
i j i j j r. i
suspended during good behavior.
He has returned to his home at
Micanopy and we hope he will keep
I aft flio-ht Tint
I Straignt.. iiUl
1 COX WILL SPEAK
AT DEVIL'S LAKE
f A ?jf !atel Press-
Gran(J F()rks N D Sept. 7. Gov.
Cox arrived here for thrce speeches
in North Dakota today. He will
speak here, at Devil's Lake and at
. (Associated, Press)
Boston, Sept. 7. State-wide pri-
primaries are being held in Massa-
Interest centers in Senator Moses'ltouTi. A number of friends of the
(liiieots anrt New famnchiro tnrtPV.
contegt for ernominat;0n in -New
Hampshire. Huntley M. Spaulding,
favorin the League of Nations, with
reservatons and woman suffrage, is
BUICK NEW SERIES.
For the 1921 season, the- Buick
Motor Company has announced seven
new models, embracing roadster,, five
I and seven-passenger open types and
I a five and seven-passenger sedan,
1 three and four-passenger coupes, in
j enclosed designs.
the eye, yet many improvements and
points of refinement are incorporated, j coal, lumber and agricultural manu manu-each
each manu-each with the sole purpose of adding Jfacturing products have been unable
strength and wear-resisting qualities,
The characteristic principles of BuicK.:
engineering are manifest m every de
tail. WTiile the world-renowned Buick
valve-in-head, motor is standard,
No noticeable alterations in body
design has been evident in the Buick
line for some five years; for the com-
ing season, thege well-known lines!
have received treatment, with most j
pleasing results.. .The radiator and;
hood lines have been improved;-new j
design fenders and skirts are shown;
larger doors have been installed; a
cured cowl is now used, with slightly!
lower body line from cowl to rear, all
blending .into a pleasing and harmon
ious ; over-all body line.
J .H. Spencer, W. E. Melson and
M. C. Izlar, representing the Spencer-
Pedrick Motor Co., local Buick deaV-
ers, have just returned from the deal
ers' annual meeting in. Atlanta, and
til state tnat they are more enthusiastic
man ever regaramg ine uuick pros prospective
pective prospective business for the coming jear.
The local dealers are looking for forward
ward forward daily to the arrival of a new
model for diSDlav. and have already
f- il 1
j commenced booking orders.
HARDING AT ST. PAUL
Marion, O., Sept. 7 Senator Hard
ing today boarded a special train for
St. Paul, where tomorow he will de
1 1 lived the first speech of his campaign
H outside of Ohio.
VOL. 26, NO. 215
Tri fi ft p ri f
Who Tells Senate Committee that It
is Not Giving Coxs Charges
a Fair Showing
Chicago, Sept. 7. The Senate cam campaign
paign campaign investigation committee resum resumed
ed resumed its sessions today with E. H.
Moore, Cox's representative, prepar prepared,
ed, prepared, he said, to give the committee
the democratic candidate's informa information
tion information conf erning the republican cam campaign
paign campaign fund.
MOORE HANDS THEM A JOLT
Moore told the committee it was
not seeking the best evidence to prove
Gov. Cox's charges and asked why
Colonel William Boyce Thompson,
chairman of the republican ways and
means committee, and sixty men of
the "paid organization" were not
Moore had a massive brief case
containing several hundred papers.
There was a battalion of "moppers
up," part of the republican finance
organization, Moore said, and named
several men, claiming one had left
Youngstown after he learned a re request
quest request had been filed for subpoena for
A pretty wedding was solemnized
in St. Mary's Episcopal church. Hale Hale-don,
don, Hale-don, N. J., on September 1, when
Miss Deborah Tedford of No. 4 Are Are-nue
nue Are-nue B, Haledon, became the bride of
Floyd H. Olds of Florida, the Rev.
William H. ; Watt3 officiating. Mr.
! James E. Petty gave the bride away
The couple were attended by Mr. and
Mrs. : Ernest T. Bobbitt. The bride
wore a beautiful gora of white crepe
de meteor, covered with Spanish lace
and carried a bouquet of white roses,
while Mrs. Bobbitt wore a gown of
.blue georgette crepe and carried pink
roses. After the ceremony a recep reception
tion reception was held at the home of the
bride. Mrs. James E. Pettey and
Miss Mira Petty- presided at the
piano, while Philip "Curtlllo played
the mandolin. Many beautiful and
useful gifts were received by the
bride. Mr. and Mrs. Olds have left
for a short honeymoon trip to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C. Newspaper.
Mr. Olds is one of Ocala'a enter enterprising
prising enterprising and well liked young men, all
of whose friends warmly congratu congratulate
late congratulate him.
At the Methodist parsonage at 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon, Rev. C.
W. White officiating, Miss Mozella
Priest, of Anthony, became the bride
; rt rvTr .Inrn ItAlAmnn nf trio csmo
young couple witnessed the ceremony.
ENLISTMENTS IN THE ARMY
Mr; Charles P. Potter of Wildwcod,
left yesterday for the 60th Infantry,
stationed at Camp Gordon, Ga. Mr.
James D. Roszell of Indiana, also
went into the veterinary corps of the
army to continue his practice as he
j is just' out of veteriliary college.
SOUTHERN STATES SUFFER
FROM A CAR SHORTAGE
Louisville, Sept 7.- Several south southern
ern southern states are in the grasp of a very
racute car 'shortage, jmd producers of
j to fill shipping orders, the Southern
Railway announces. The Interstate
j Commerce Commission may be asked
(for relief. ;
SAGHALIEN'S HARD LUCK
Tokio, Sept. 7. Two hundred peo-
pie were drowned by a tidal wave
which swept the barracks on Sagha-
hen Island, reports say.
LEAGUE WILL NOW CHEW
THE RAG OVER LITHUANIA
- J London, Sept. 7. Poland has ap-
pealed to the League ox rations for
'mediation of the Polish-Lithuanmn
dispute. Unless then; is improvexaent
Poland will be compelled to declare
- war onu Litnuania, the appeal states,
'The League of Nations is considering
ITALIAN WORK3IEN MAY
OIZE 3IETAL INDUSTRY
. Rome, Sept. 7. Government fac facials
ials facials will open negotiations Thursiay
with the general industrial conferer.cs
in Milan with a view of solving prob problems
lems problems of seizure by workers of metal
factories throuirhout Italy. Four
i hundred .factories
- sand the movement is expanding, and
a general offensive a-ir;t all izukis-
tries is threaten
OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920
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COMMUNICATION7' FROM tablished as a "fact and I deny that I
DR. MONTGOMERY! started "for Ocala," or "for Perry,"
or "for Robert,' 'or for any or for all
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 6. of them. What makes you think so?
Editor Star: Having had my at- Man, you sho is wrong this time. I
tention directed to air article appear- never started for Ocala in my life
ing in the issue of your paper which without getting her or it and some some-was
was some-was dated Friday, Sept. 3rd. 1920, times "in the neck But I wasn't
and which was headed as follows, i. e., entitled to "it" last Thursday night.
"He Outdid Himself," I feel impelled, Perry's gratuity was unsolicited and
in the absence of what you refer to undeserved by me and hell (don't
as my "official guardian," and whom leave out the apostrophe) have to
I think of and refer to as "Father take it back and admit that he, Perry,
Lou Green,' 'and to whom the uninit- was wrong. I've been "keeping cases
iated and hoi polloi of Marion county, was wrong. I've been "keeping
Florida prefer arid address as Colonel cases" on him.
Lou Green, county prosecuting officer, I didn't hold up but two people,
to ask that you allow me a little one of them Foster Rou; who recent recent-space
space recent-space in your valuable paper so thatjly stepped up from a Ford to a Buick
the aspersions cast upon Father, or j and believes he can burn his lights
Papa Green, if you prefer, may, in! bright and blind, contrary to law,
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COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
Charles E. Jones
J. G. Sharon
P. W. Corr
W. V. Knott
C. E. Vells
It is necessary for all persons to
pick their noses some times, but
clerks in groceries butchers, soda
jerkers and people who handle any
goods other people eat or drink,
should turn their backs to their'cus their'cus--
- their'cus-- tomers while performing the opera-,
Corn and cane are looking fine in
Marion county this "autumn, and we
suppose there will be people so en entirely
tirely entirely lost to all sense of decency as
to pervert these two gifts of nature
into rotbrain whisky. When such peo people
ple people get to hell they will be put in the
same pen with the skunks.
The display of arms, mostly taken
from the Germans, in the Court Phar
macy window, and supplied by the
Army Recruiting Force, is awaken
ing a great deal of interest. ; Nearly
everybody who passes stops to take
a look at it. It is the same display
the American Legion had at the open
msr of its Quarters last week. Thr
Lewis gun is the most prominent ob
ject- this is not a captured weapon,
but one Of those used by our own
army. Some of the German relics
bic itiujei ugiy, especially ineir, saw
bayonets which was one of their in instruments
struments instruments of "f rightfulness" and like
all similar parts of their equipment
failed to fulfill expectations. Go take
a look at the exhibit while vou can.
as it soon will be sent to another
We were surprised to see people
taking interest in the prize fight at
Benton Harbor Monday. We confess
it is a mystery to us that any red red-blooded
blooded red-blooded American should take any
interest in the; white-livered slacker
Dempsey, unless it should be an announced
nounced announced that he was in jail. He's
even a grade below the draft-dodger,
Bergdoll, and we judge by the report
of the fight that it was a fake. The
championship of America in the prize
ring has become a dishonor. Robert
Fitzsimmons was the last decent man
tyvV. 1. 4- TT 1 4. .11. A T n .
ciu it. n iusi, it, to dtiiines,
who disgraced as well as lost it by
going into the ring witn the negro,
Jack Johnson, and was sound lv whin
ped. After Jack had deteriorated
thru several years of loose living, he
was whipped by by that big stiff Wil-
lard, who proved even more of
slacker than Dempsey, whose almost
only -creditable act was whippin
.Willard, July 4, 1919. The Star favors
boxing as an : athletic exercise and
ever-read v means of dpfpnP rwi
prize fighting oh the level, but pro professional
fessional professional prize fighting is as crooked
as professional gambling, especially
when the champs are too cowardly
to fight for their country.
papa's absence be "refuted and the
blotch which you cast by implication
upon's papa's official escutcheon be
thoroughly and permanently removed
by a simple statement of fact.
In the first place, I wish to advis
you that papa is "some guardian." I
frequently wonder how I have ever
gotten along without his protecting
wing and I must confess I- haven't
gotten along well before-1 obtained
him and' I wouldn't be where I am
now if he were here. ; He "wouldn't
stand for it. But he is enjoying a j
richly deserved vacation and I am
not going to send for him to get me
out. Please don't send him your is-,
sues of Sept, 3rd and today. Maybe
he will not hear about it otherwise
and I hate to bother him. Ill bet he
is on the beach trilling a tune relative
to the fracture of the tidings to moth mother,
er, mother, or words to that effect or maybe
he i.s warbling, "What We Gonna Do
When We Ain't Got No Jazz."
Now papa gave me a passpartout
before he left because he didn't want
Ocala to be deprived of the pleasure
of the presence of both of us at the
same timer. That would be more than
she could stand the shock would-be
too great, paper said, and I have
found out there is no use arguing with
him. I haven't been to church but
once since papa took me over or un
der, as you choose. Now that isn t
bad, is it? I didn't start to Ocala to
get either one or "another," as you
insinuate. In fact it hasn't been es-
drivers of approaching cars, and was
made acquainted without cost to him
on that occasion with what the law
required. The only Rou I saw that
night was Foster and I didn't waste
much time on him. Justice Hickson,
while passing, expressed regret at
not having hi3 tow line with him and
declined to take a dose of neuritic
medicine, advising me that he wasn't
suffering from an attack at that time.
I didn't have any car trouble. I gave
the entire road to that metoric-like,
flying Essex to keep from getting
killed and got stuck.
I have to go, so will finish this let
ter later. Yours truly,
. H. L. Montgomery, M. D.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
V OF THE I. O. O. F.
All members of Tulula Lodge No.
22, I. 0: 0. F., are requested to at attend
tend attend the meeting this evening. We
will have some candidates' for the
first and second degrees, from Amity
Lodge: No. 41.
J. D. McCaskill. N.
II. R. Luffman, Secretary.
The board of cc-yr.'y
ers ot ;,l:inon coi:ntv .vr! r c ;vc : H
at their office in the .L'unon county
court house, SepU'tni-er Sth, 1020. f r
overseers to work the public loads
and bridges in the. several commis commissioners
sioners commissioners district n. in accordance with
Chapter No, 8111, Acts -of 1910.
The board reserves the right to re re-jeer
jeer re-jeer any or' all b'ute.
O. II. Rogers, Chairman
Attest, P. H. Nugent. Clerk 8-7 -tf
SCHEDULE OF ENTRANCE
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PRIMARY SCHOOL MATTERS
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These examinations for. the benefit
of delinquent pupils will be held at
the high ; school building next week
1 from Tuesday to Friday.
Un Tuesday, algedra, geometry,
arithmetic and spelling.
On Wednesday, geography, phys physiology,
iology, physiology, agriculture and high school
On Thursday, grammar, civics,
reading, high school history and
On Friday, science, Latin and all
grade history. .'
Those, interested will please take
note of these dates and be on hand.
For all Classes ol
Sfone, BricU, Wood
rhone 4 46- 728 Wenosa St.
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 January
ary January 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 of
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
All children who were passed to
the next grade conditonally are re
quested to bring a writen statement
of work done to overcome the defic deficiency.
iency. deficiency. Nellie C. Stevens,
Principal Prmary School.
We Repair v
;' AH Malies ol
We Bo V
We Wasli and PoIIsliyonr
And make it look like new:
Ocldawaha Ave. and Oranoe Si
- operation .
Delco-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal coal--
- coal-- oil lamps. One gallon of coal
oil gives you four times as
much light when used for fuel
in Delco-Light as it gives
; Write for catalog.
Fellowship, Sept. 5. The farmers
are gathering corn' and from all re reports
ports reports the crop will be-light.
; Caterpillars are playing havoc with
the velvet beans and potatoes, also
peanut vines. We may make some
beans yet if the frost i3 late coming
this winter. ; h
Mr. Calud McCully made a busi
ness trip to Lakeland last Wednesday
and returned home Friday.
Mrs N. A. Noble returned home
last Monday after spending two
weeks with her parents..
Miss Blanche Ditmar came out on
the fourth Sunday with the expecta expectation'
tion' expectation' of teaching a class in the B. Y.
P. U., but could not get any books.
She had to abandon the idea. Miss
j Ditmar was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. McCully during her stay at
Miss Janie Mae Perry is visiting
friends in Fellowship. Miss Perry is
very popular in this vicinity, having
taught the primary department in
our school three terms in succession.
Miss Perry is to be married on the
15th of this month and her friends
are wishing her much success and
happiness in her married life.
' Miss Laurine Carter is spending a
week in Dunnellon the guest of her
Miss Nellie Prine returned home
last Wednesday from South Florida,
where she spent the last month with
friends and relatives
: :Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Atkinson enter entertained
tained entertained their young friends last Fri Friday
day Friday night with a pillau. All report a
There's a Satisfied User Near
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter. No. 29. O. E. S.f
meets at the Masonfc hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretory.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin; C. C.
Chas. K. Sage.lK. cf R. & S.
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Automr.
MOVE, PACK. SHIP
Rub-BIy-Tism is a powerful antisep antiseptic;
tic; antiseptic; it kills the poison caused from in infected
fected infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc
The Ocala High School will open
the fall session xn Sept. 13th. The
new list of books adopted a year ngo
for Use throughout the state will be
required this yeai
Attention of delinquent pupils is
called to the entrance examinations
to be held next week beginning Tues Tuesday:
day: Tuesday: and closing Friday The sched schedule,
ule, schedule, will be announced later.
P. II. Hensley, Principal.
NORTH OCALA SCHOOL
Next Thursday afternoon there will
be a "working" ut the North Ocala
and girl who are interested please h&
there with hoes and rakes to help
make reedy for school opening on tba
We are proud of the confidence doc doctors,
tors, doctors, druggists and ihv public" ha re in
C6P Chill and Fever Toaic ta
iMc Eyesight is such a prec prec-4
4 prec-4 sious thing that it should
t be treasured and guard guard-5
5 guard-5 jr.r.c. 'ed with the most zealous
" '-w. wO care.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
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IETTER0EADS, DlllGEADS, CARDS, CIIICULARS, FOLD EH S, FIXE BOOKLETS, ETC.
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We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
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OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B P. O. E.
Ocala Lfidge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve eve-i
i eve-i nings of each month. Visiting breth
i ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. IV
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
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RatSlng ttlQ Family- A Clty fenow arrtye3 for a fw weeks at tha HawKtn; riomff
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OCALA EVENING STAH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1923
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T?i2 Daify 2: Sunday
One of the best newspapers
published in Florida,-Associated
Press News Service, State
and City news secured by com competent
petent competent reporters. Financial and
Market reports. Sporting news
and various comic features. An
exceptionally well edited con conservative
servative conservative editorial page. The
news columns are, arranged so
the business man can get the
gist of the day's news easily.
Vrllc for Trial Subscrip Subscription
tion Subscription Hsfc
YOU CAN SAVE
On your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfas satisfas-tion.
tion. satisfas-tion. F A r?.T -' ;" ik
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
y n 17? rr? rn
u u ud ir3 12J
The Kind to
II Carney Trusts Thcsii
YOU CAri -:
DA VIES, The Tire Man
PYL2S Ci PERlilUSi
Fcsersl Directors & Enfealiaers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse11 for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Carefcl estimates made on all con contract
tract contract wotIc Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, OcaIa,s 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
V.oU p. m
MkSi yyUUIIIil.liUa-U!i,Aacu"' Kja' "ie nrsc OI uctober. ne
' : -;- - will then go to Atlanta to take the
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partment please phone 255.
Miss 2-Iary Yarbrough'of Conner is
visiting in the city.
The Xlanzo Family complete 13 now
on display at Genu's Drug Store, tf
Mr. Clarence Redding arrived in
the city yesterday for a visit to Mr.
and -.Mrs. Reuben Redding.
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Sugar, 18c. per pound; Irish pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, 60eV per peck. Phone 377. II. B.
'Whittington. 9 .. 6-3t
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pillans and
daughters have returned from an
auto trip to Daytona Beach.
CG5 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid LiverJ ta
'"'''' Minimi 1 -in 1 I,, M.n '" ,11'ir.i rniimr
Misses Blanche Connell, Gladys
Shealy and Mildred -Martin motored
to Ocala from Anthony yesterday.
"Perfection- is about the only word!. Sugar, 18c. per pound; Irish pota pota-that
that pota-that described our 15-cent Butternut ?0c- P" Peck Phone 377' ? B"
Melville Little has returned home
from Trenton, where e has been the
guest of his sister, Mrs. Clifton Long.
m the mouth, throat and nasal
channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Lowell was represented 1 m the city
city yesterday by Mrs. G, F. Stew
man and Misses Annetta and Martha
Get the habit of calling, phone 243 their guest Mss Ahearn of Fayette Fayette-vhen
vhen Fayette-vhen you want high class fresh meats yin N C., Motored to Ocala yester yester-and
and yester-and groceries Promptly deb vered. d a from their home at Starke and
Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf ,jatfe guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
. jTrantham and will later visit Mrs.
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck is at home Ahearn's brother-in-law and sister,
after having enjoyed a pleasant visit
of a few weeks at Jacksonville, JUay
tona and DeLand.
W. EI. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeca, specialist Eye, Ear, Ncse and
Throat. OSce ever 5 and 10 cent stare,
Ocala, Fla. tf.
Mrs- Delia Nelson after quite a
long illness is back at her post of
duty at Fishel's store, to the delight
of her many friends.
. Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cobb ana
children, who enjoyed-a motor trip
down the west coast as far as St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, have returned home.
Sugar, 18c. per pound; Irish pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, 60c. per peck. Phone 377. H. B.
Whittington. . 6-8f
Mr. and Mrs. Seahouser, who have
been residents of Ocala, occupying a
cottage on Sanchez street f or the
past year, are moving to Dunnellon
The season's latest millinery right
fresh from the leading fashion cen
ters now on display at Minnie A.
Bostick's Millinery Store, Harrington
Hall corner. 4-St
Mrs. DeWitt Griffin and little
daughter, Harriet left today for Tam
pa, where they will be guests of Mrs.
Griffin's mother, Mrs. Wetherell for a
53 has proven it will cure malaria,
chills and fever, bilious fever, colds
and lagrippe. It kills the serins that
causa the fever. Fine tonic. loi
Miss Maud -Lillian -Little, who has
been spending the past month at Day
tona Beach, having a room at the
home of the Misses Eaker, is expect
ed home today.
The niftiest creations of the mil milliner's
liner's milliner's art are included in the line now
being shown here. Bostiek Millinery
Store, Harrington Hall corner. 4-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bullock .ind
children motored to Crystal River to
day on a combined business and
pleasure trip.' They expect to return
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY' not prices, tf
Mrs.' P. E. Vogtand children. Fred
and Lucille have just returned from
Orange Springs, where Mrs. Vogt
has been nursing her mother, who
is improving after a severe illness.
Ladies, if you want a real nobby
fall hat for street or dress wear, call
at the Harrington Hall corner, where
the very latest are now on, display.
Minnie A. Bostiek. 1 4-3t
Miss Edith Griffin will arrive in
Ocala on Wednesday and oh the
opening of school she will take up her
work, in the primary school. Miss
GrifSn has a host of friends in Ocala
who are glad to welcome her.
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
Doara ana expects to be m
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Leggett's Premier Coffee, the real
morning "joy. cup" at Cook's Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 243. 6-tf
Mrs. II. A. Evans, who had a minor
operation Saturday afternoon at the
.hospital, was removed today to the
ihome of Mrs. J. G. Swain until she is
J sufficiently improved to leave for
'South Folrida, with her husband, who
'. travels for the Florida Hardware Co.
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j "Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,
gnats and other insects; 25 cents the
i bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Miss Mary Gale of Belleview will
be one of the members of the pri primary
mary primary school faculty. Miss Gates has
been teaching in Arcadia for the past
jtwo years, and has been very suc successful
cessful successful in her work' there. While in
, Ocala her home with be with Mrs.
1 P. W. Whitesides.
t wni T.nv -tlli offort,nnn fnr nr:
jan blirg g C., where they will spend
;a few days with their sister, Mrs. J
' TT Hw1nVV
From there Miss Hen-
.pi, Tt;h r m,- Tioiia tr,
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We now have on display an excep-
tJonally attractive line of new fall
,hats in &ilk satin and velvet. The
: jjte Shop 2-3t
Mi- zrA Mrs P. TT! Ahemim unt
Dr.; and Mrs. G. CShephard.
Use a good Klenzo Tooth Brush.
Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
The Epworth League had a splen splendid
did splendid service on the subject, '"What
Christ Does for the Christian," led
by Mrs. Pressley. The thoughts
brought out were most impressive
and helpful, a number of young peo people
ple people participating. Mr. Russell is ar arranging
ranging arranging a splendid program -for next
Sunday, on the subject "A Miracle
and Its Lesson," Mark ii. ,
666 has more imitations than any
other Chill and Fever Tonic on the
market, but no one wants imitations
in medicine. They, are dangerous, in
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
Mrs. J. D. Robertson, who with Mr.
Robertson's niece, Miss Richardson
of Leesburg, has enjoyed a most de delightful
lightful delightful trip to Chautauqua, N. Y.,
New York city and Niagara Falls,
returned home Sunday night. ; Mrs.
E. "-T. Helvenston and children also
acconpanied Mrs. .Robertson to Chau
tauqua and they have gone on to New
York state and will return home in
time for the opening of school.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
The friends of Miss Hannay Ellis
will be delighted to learn that she ar arrived
rived arrived home last night and will en joy
a month's vacation with her mother
and sister. Miss Ellis ha3 enjoyed
marked success in her chosen work as
preparatory nurse, having completed
two years of training in Telfair hos
pital, from which institution she will
be graduated next year. Miss Ellis
h3 not oniy popular as a nurse, but
by her sweet and generous nature and
batfpy disposition, she drew around
herself during her. girlhood life in
Ocala many" warm, substantial friends
who have followed her career with
interest and anticipate for her a fu future
ture future ; filled with happiness for herself
and a knowledge of a life filled with
purpose and usefulness to others.
Use. Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug
v ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd'Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King Ave.' and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
H. R. Luffman, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGI5
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
1:20 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.
Get the habit of reading the ads. -1
JUNIOR RED GiffSS
wnniMMn at mmmr
HUilAlttu ill nUi.ii
Prcdustlcn cf Sound AmcrlSM
Citizenship tha First Aim,
Says Dr. Farrani
On the badge of every member cf
the Junior &ed Cross are the wcrds
I Serve." That' tells tfea story ef the
school children's branch of tha Ajcssri Ajcssri-can
can Ajcssri-can Red Cress' and Its efforts to bring
happiness to children throng tout ths
world. ... Y ,:':'Y:V'
Realizing that the time aever was
to propitious as right now for teach teaching
ing teaching the highest ideals of Citizenship,
the ntlre present program of the Jaa Jaa-lor
lor Jaa-lor Red Cross has been framed usiar
the very Inclusive' phrase, "Traialng
for Citizenship Through Service" for
others. Since the Junior Red Cross Is
the agency through which the Ameri American
can American Red Cross reaches the schoolboys
and the schoolgirls, all its activities
are designed to come within the regu regular
lar regular school program, and without creat creating
ing creating new courses or increasing the num number
ber number of studies to lend Its aid in vitalis vitalising
ing vitalising the work of the schools. Y
"The thing that is needed," says Dr.
Livingston Farrand, Chairman 1 the
American Red Cross Central Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, "Is not a perpetuation ;f the Jun Junior
ior Junior Red Cross, but the training and
breeding of sound American citizenship
Inspired by the true, fundamental
Ideals $i sonnd democracy. One of the
great conceptions in making the Bed
Cross a contributor to better citizen citizenship
ship citizenship In our American democracy is the
realization that after all the- sole hope
of any nation Is with the children of
The plan of organization of the Jun Junior
ior Junior Red Cross makes the school pub public,
lic, public, parochial and private -the unit,
not the individual pupils. Mutual serv service,
ice, service, helpful community work such as
clean-up campaigns, care of the side,
promotion of health regulations, par participation
ticipation participation in civic and patriotic move movements
ments movements all these creative agencies de designed
signed designed to translate Into life and action
tho regular school program are parts
of the machinery which the Junior Red
Cross places at the disposal of tho
Graded study courses giving prac practical
tical practical methods of civic training, supple supplemented
mented supplemented by pamphlets and helpful sug suggestions,
gestions, suggestions, are supplied to the local
schools by the Junior Red Cress. An
elaborate plan for promoting an Inter
change of correspondence between chli
dren In different sections of the United
States as well as with children In for foreign
eign foreign lands is being devised and will
take a prominent placo in the estab established
lished established classroom program.
In promoting the general cause cf
child welfare. Red Cress courses In
home hygiene and care of th 3 sick,
first aid, and dieting may ha estab established
lished established In all Junior Red Cross Aux Auxiliaries.
iliaries. Auxiliaries. -V.;"
The ideals and the objective of the
Junior Red Cross are embodied in tho
pledge of service whicfk tho pupil tikes
when he signs the membership roll and
pins on his coat the Janior'a badge.
The pledge which binds together serv service
ice service and citizenship reads:
IWe will seek In all ways to life p
to the Ideals of the Junisr Red Cross
and devote ourselves to Its service.
We will strive never to bring dis discredit
credit discredit to this, our country, by any un un-worthy
worthy un-worthy act
v "We will revere and obey our coun country's
try's country's laws and do our best to Inspire a
like reverence and obedience In those
about us. :. ',
"Wt will endeavor in all these ways,
as good citizens, to transmit America
greater, better and moj-e beautiful than
tho was transmitted to us." -;
At the foundation of this school pro program
gram program of the Junior Red Cross la p
rreat love for America's children. A
WOODMEN OF THE WOfiLD
Fort King Camp- No. 14, meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sac sac-ond
ond sac-ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome. V
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. ; Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
ghtiDg for QUALITY not prices, tf
Arrival and departure cf passengef
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and sot guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. s
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LENE RAILROAD
2:20 am JacksonviUe-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm' Jacksonville 4:35 pm
2:15 am r Manatee- 4:C5 pm
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee l:S5pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:C5pm
-ATLANTIC COAST LTNE JL IL
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jkscnville-Gainsvills 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am StJetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am DuneUon-LkeIand 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gaineaiville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, -Friday.
Tuesday. Thuntday. Caturday.
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We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAH AND U.
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA' BATTERY, 18 Mo. Caarantce
. I illlH n Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt, and Efficient Service. .
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The reason that the world is so much more comfort comfortable
able comfortable and convenient a place nowadays, is because ad advertising
vertising advertising has made it possible for merchants and
manufacturers to tell you what they have to offer,
without waiting for the news to spread by word of
The advertiser has been able to tell riany people at
once about his goods. In this way he can sell a great
many more articles in a given time and therefore
more cheaply. Because of advertising it has been
possible to invent, develop and market countless ar articles
ticles articles of comfort that you now think of as necessi necessities,
ties, necessities, which pome years ago even the wealthy could
not have bought. It would not have jpaid to make a
few to order. v
The advertisements are something more than .type
and talk. They are a daily service your paper fur furnishes
nishes furnishes you in additon to the other important news of
the world. ;
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We now have on hand a number of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room and Parlor 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 front
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1923
Temperature this morning, CO; this
Merchant Tremere of -Belle view is
in the city today.
Dr. Baskin of Dunnellon left yester yesterday
day yesterday on a visit to Hot Springs.
Dance tonight at Commercial Club.
Ladies free. Be there. It
Postmaster James E. Brown of
Stanton, is among the visitors in the
city today. j
We regret to learn of the illness of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Darden's little
Mrs. Newcomer of Tampa and Mrs.
Strickland of Valdosta, Ga., are vis visiting
iting visiting thsir relatives, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Rev. J. 3. Neighbour has returned
home from Long. Branch, N. J but
rMa. Neighbour and little daughter
will remain a few wee&s longer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J Bishop are re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing over the arrival at their home
of a pretty and lively seven-pound
boy, who they expect to name John
Dance tonight at Commercial Club.
Ladies free. Be there. It
A letter from Sneads announces
that Mrs. Harley Marsh is slowly re recovering
covering recovering from her severe illness. Mr.
Marsh is with her and will bring her
home when she is well enough.
Mr. W. "A. Sessoms, our county
agent, has gone to Gainesville to at attend
tend attend the state meeting of agents. He
is expecting Mrs. Sessoms to come
over from West Florida and join him
in a few days.
Mr. A. R. Sandlin, the hustling or orange
ange orange buyer ol; Central Florida, with
present headquarters at Leesburg, is
in the city. He is making a survey
of the prospects for this fall's citrus
crop in Marion county.
Mrs. J. T. Nelson and daughter,
Miss Edna Roberts have returned
from Cocoa, accompanied by Mrs. J.
F. White and Miss Evelyn White. The
latter will remain with her aunt, Mrs.
Nelson and attend the high school for
the coming term.'
Mr. A. N. Cameron of Stanton, is
in the city, and informs the Star that
the community has rebuilt the bath bathing
ing bathing dock at that place, which makes
it an excellent place to .'go swim swimming,'
ming,' swimming,' 'as Lake Weir at Stanton ha
the prettiest beach to be found any anywhere.
where. anywhere. Mrs. J. W. Tally, and children. Mrs.
Foy, Mrs. C. E. Winston, Cornelius
Winston and Mrs. Jennie Whitfield,
who have been occupying the Mclver
place, Idlewild, at Lake. Weir, return returned
ed returned to the city Thursday. They spent
three months most delightfully at
The members of the; Presbyterian
church sent cars out to the industrial
schoo), Sunday morning and brought
the teachers and scholars in to the
services. The church will perform,
this praiseworthy act once every
month. The girls always enjoy com coming
ing coming in to church, but it is entirely too
far to walk.
Mr. E. R. Smith and pretty daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Opal pf Orange Lake, were
among the pleasant callers at the
Star office today. Mr. Smith has just
arrived from Wayland. Mich., with
his household effects 'and they will
make Marion county their permanent
home. He drove through in a truck,
and made the trip in two weeks.
A happy event transpiring this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon is the biirthday party o Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Smith, the four-year-old
daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. E;
Smith, who celebrated this important
occasion by inviting a number oS
friends to her home for- an afternoon
of fun and frolic. At; 4.:S0: the young
people were asked, into the dining
room by the little hostess mother,
Mrs. W. E. Smith, who had arranged
the table most attractively. A center
piece consisting of a cut glass bowl
of garden flowers adorned the table,
and pretty baskets filled with candy
were at each place. Misses Margaret
Hocker and Chivalette Smith served
the children and saw that all had a
good time. With the delicious white
birthday cake ice cream was enjoyed.
Those attending were Margaret and
Lucretia Hocker, Chivalette Smith,
Elsie Green, Martha Frazier, India
Mathews, Merle West, Rosalie Whit Whit-tington,
tington, Whit-tington, Louise Bryant, Bettie Bla Bla-lock,
lock, Bla-lock, Josephine Trantham'and Bettie
SEEDS AND PLANTS
"Where Quality Counts"
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Phone 14 430 N. Slagnolia St.
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience ia each room. Dining room service ii
second to none
ROBERT AL MEYER,
Miss Isabel Hayes, the new super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the industrial school, ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday evening, and was
greeted by her aunt, Mrs. Kate
Clements of Lake Weir. Miss Hayes
has a high reputation as an educator,
and owing to the fact that she has
spent the last few winters in North
Dakota she will appreciate Florida
the more. .
EARTHQUAKE IN TUSCANY
Rome, Sept. 7- Very marked earth earthquake
quake earthquake shocks are reported. in Tus Tuscany.
cany. Tuscany. Casualties resulted. Aid has
The shock lasted five seconds and
was also felt in Milan and Genoa.
In packages of 20 protected by
special znoiuture proof wrapper.
Also in round AIR-TIGHT tina of SO.
4" a if A.
7 N. Magnolia SI.
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Rare Quality of Platinum.
The quality chiefly valuable In plat platinum
inum platinum In the electric light bulb Is that
t expands and contracts with heat or
Kld, exactly as glass does. That
cakes it greatly, desired for electric
ight bulbs, at the spot where the wire
passes through the glass. Any other
netal would crack the glass.
U -M I iris Y fof) t'A Vi V it O i
1 --- a
Introduction of the Umbrella.
. The umbrella was used In England
as a luxurious sunshade early In the
seventeenth century. Ben Jonson men mentions
tions mentions It in a comedy produced la 1618.
The eighteenth century had half
elapsed before the umbrella had even
begun to be used in England by both
sexes as it is now. r
Prairie Dogs, r
The little ground squirrels,' or prai prairie
rie prairie dogs of the western plains, have
their homes 12 or 15 feet underground,
with corridors and rooms. In some' of
these chambers the squirrel family
lives, and in others food and various
materials are stored.
Happiness consists in the enjoyment
of little pleasures, scattered along the
common path of life, which, In the
eager search for some great and ex exciting
citing exciting joy, we are apt to overlook.
A Secret.- -"Why,
yes," said Miss Pertle Good Goodwin
win Goodwin to her Intimate friend. "Harry
and I are going to have a secret wed wedding.
ding. wedding. Not a soul Is going to know of
It tllMt's over. Haven't you heard Y
Trying to Lock Poor.
V Personally we try to be economical
In our dress, but we have to wear fine
clothes to keep from being mistaken
for a capitalist. Dallas News. ;
Medicine in Literature.
Jud Tunkin says that half the good
a bottle of medicine does him Is in
the encouragement he gets from read reading
ing reading the literature wrapped around It.
: Where Brains Don't Count.
One of the strangest things In this!
world is how difficult It Is for an In Intellectual
tellectual Intellectual to change tires on a motor
car. Dallas News.
I VATC H Ep ft U7v
IN A movie show
RIDE THE same plug. '
NINE THOUSAND milax
AND FIRE his nix-shooter.,
ALL AFTERNOON. :
AND THEN, la a dose-up.
HE ROLLED a smoke.
WITH JUST one hand.
AND I trl.i It myself.
FIRST WITH one hand.
THEN WITH two.
THEN WITH my mouth.
AND THE forty.third Irial
STAYED PUT long enougiL
FOR ME to, light IL
AND I thought I had IL
AND THEN it spilled.,
LIKE A Roman candle.
AND BURNED the rug,.
AND BURNED, my clot&esi
SO 114 convinced.
I'LL NEVER get.
THAT ACTOR'S Job.
AND 1 know now.
THAT THE only things.
I CAN roll with one hand.
ARZ ROLLICKING dominoes.
AND I'M going to stick.
. i l f .'5
iu m t regular Buu&eo.
FOR THEY satisfy.
A Tli F? fi
' Equipped. ?f
It was just after a thtjiderstorm,
jid two men were strolling down the
treet behind .a young'damsel who was
If ting her skirt rather high. After an
Jtercation as to the merits of the case,
ofc of the men stepped forward and
aid : "Pardon me, miss, but aren't you
elding : your skirt rather high T
Haven't I. a perfect ; right?" she
napped. "You certainly have, miss,
nd a beauty of a left" he replied at -nee.
San Francisco Argonaut.
Advertise In the Star.
YouH profit by reading the. ad3 in
: M0TH1UGM IT
Virginia La5y Szlfered -Wife Acltu
asd P&Iss UniO I.Ic&cr 'Btgsa
Giriag -Her Curdd.
-Dublin, Va. Miss Mary; Alice
Hughett residing oa Route 2, near
here, recently told a visitor cf her
Interesting experience with, Cardui.
Miss Hughett said: '"I had -been Buf-.
fering for some time with painful .
I was pale, didn't feel like going.
Would Just drag around,; and couldn't
rest to do any good. I would suffer
once a month with my back, sides
and head. My limbs -would ache and
I didn't know what to do, but I knew
I must do something, for I didn't get
well by letting it run on.
"My mother is a believer la CarduL
for she saw what it did for others as
well as herself, so ehe began giving
It to me.
"It wasa't long before I caw a
rfcaticro. i it was iust what I needed.
It restated me. I began to cat and
sleep, and the pain stopped.
"Cardui Is without doubt the best
female tonic made, and I am glad I
can recommend it to others."
If suffering with symptoms such as
Mfsa Huehett mentions, or other ail
ments peculiar to women, why not be
gin Cardui at oncer its meru is weu
established by successful use for more
than 40 years. years.-Tv
Tv years.-Tv Cardui!
Your drusrsist sells It NC-133
i i i i
"7 VT.1l eee a "close-up" cf reaf cigarette
contentment? Get next to any Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield Emoker, and watch him register
"they satisfy It's ail in the blend of
those choice Turkish and Domestic tobac tobaccos
cos tobaccos and that's a secret that nobody
? TTi pi
REVIVAL AT ZION M. E. CHURCH
A great evangelist meeting is now.'
in progress at Zion M. E. church. The
Rev. H. E. Burns of Rome,, Ga.. is
preaching great sermons each eve evening.
ning. evening. Fifteen sinners have accepted
Christ, and one backslider was re
claimed. The church is greatly reviv
ed. Next Sunday will mark the clos closing
ing closing of the great meeting. 7
There will' be special meetings for
he young people at' 4 p. m. each aft
ernoon, to which all young people are
The following subjects will be dis
cussed each evening at 8:50 o'clock:
Tuesday: "Hell An Absolute Cer
tainty." -. ;
Wednesday: "Its Characteristics.
Thursday: "How Shall -I Escape
Friday: "What to Bo."
Saturday: "A Gospel Invitation."
Box, side and nccordeon pleating.
Buttons covered. Hemstitching and
picot-edge work. Mail orders given
prompt attention. Address The Hem-
stitcher, Gainesville, Fla. 7-Ct
if I itLiiitlh I u
WANTED. LOST, : FOUND, FOU
SALE, FOU KENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, or: 3
time, 25c.- three timus, 50c; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable m ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR SALE Ten head of mules. Will
exchange for cattle, goats or sheep.
J. MMeffert. Ocala. Fla. 4-tf
WANTED Carrier jboy for the
second ward ; one who has bicy bicycle.
cle. bicycle. Call at STAR OFFICE. 3t
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished cottages for sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to Davki S.
Woodrow. Box 581. Ocala, Fla. D-tf
WANTED Experienced stenograph
er. 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, XI,
Troxler, Ocala, Fla. 31-Ct
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, Flar l-"t
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE
' 1918 Model Dodge Touring car. Sea
Mr. Sheppard at at Lewls-Chitty
Company. 4-1 it
FOR RENT Desirable furnished
rooms suitable for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply at 403 Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 2-Ct
FOR RENT Two story apartments
on Fort King avenue.' Apply to
Mrs. T. C. Carter, at Carter's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 2-et
FOR SALE A nearly new Ford, ton
truck with cab. Will sell cheap for for-cash.
cash. for-cash. Address E, R. Smith, Orange
Lake, Fla. 7-0t
FOR RENT Moddrn furnished room
Washington St. ;
Dea'f take pnirssilves Itr Cct Cct-stS
stS Cct-stS jsatloa they cct t:zr:;tly
they overstrain tie deXle&te.
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'fit CARTER'S LITTLC I.IVEI1
HTULS tal cae ells? caii.
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- Sew days treatment i-vlll put
Ctcmachp liver and C stasia 1m
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Anything in Rrick, Stone, Concreta,.
Tile and Plastering..
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