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OGALA, FLORIDA,' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER X. 1920
VOL 26, NO. 216
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Beginning Next Monday, Women will
Have Four Weeks in Which
to Register'"" '..",.'".":''
To the Women of Marion County:
The registration "Book for district
No. 1 (Ocala) will be open for your
benefit six days in each week, from
9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m., from
the second Monday in September to
the second Saturday in October. In
each of the country districts, two
days in each week, from the second
Monday in September to the second
Saturday in October, days and' place
to be announced in. each district. No
one can register unless she is of the
' age of twenty-one years and up upwards
wards upwards and at the time of registration
be a citizen of the United States! and
shall... have '.had her habitation, dom domicile,
icile, domicile, home and place of permanent
abode in Florida for one year and in
Marion county for six months. No
one can register who has been con convicted
victed convicted of any crime in any court of
record. In registering be prepared to
gi ue name of street and residence
number. If outside citv, give dis distance
tance distance and direction jfrom court house.
We want your occupation, heighth
In the Ocala office everything will
be done to make your registration
pleasant and agreeable and we hope
the same courtesy and, respect will be
shown in each district in the county.
A GOOD SUGGESTION
We have' no right to say just what
day any one shall register while "the
" books are open, but we suggest, in
order to avoid a rush and confusion,
that the white women use Mondays,
Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each
week and all others the remaining
hree days. If this plan is not accep accep-able
able accep-able it will not be enforced. Office
pstairs in courthouse,
r D. M. Barco, Supervisor.
We are still Selling 09-inch DO DO-MJSTICS
MJSTICS DO-MJSTICS at 2113c. FISHEL'S.; tf
INTERESTING WAR MAP
tsHington, Sept. 8. One of ithe
moi interesting exhibits of the thou
sand in the world war collection now
beiri gathered at the National Mu Mu-seurt
seurt Mu-seurt is the "Order of Battle" map
usedby General Pershing frr direct directing
ing directing ,e movements of the American
force in France. The wall map. 8
by 19. feet in size, together with the
walls, joor and furniture of the room
in wlieh it hung at American. head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Chaumont, was trans transferred
ferred transferred ti the museum by the war de
parting at the request of the gen
eral. T ;.".'.: f ::,;
The map was brought to Washing
ton and. installed in the museum by
the sei&eant and three enlisted men
of the headquarters staff who kept it
corrected an dguarded .it throughout
the waf. At Chaumont :-.? the map
when xot in use, was concealed by a
sliding section, of .wall which is in in-stallec
stallec in-stallec in the same manner in the
museum. : '"'"-V' :, ..".'-;,
The map shows in a vivid fashion
the exact situation at the hour the
armistice was signed with reference
to th4 strength and location of all di
visions, both enemi and allied, on the
western front, the correct battle line,
the names and location of command commanding
ing commanding officers and locations of head
quarters and army boundaries. There
also is a considerable amount of de detailed
tailed detailed information regarding the Am American
erican American divisions, as for instance the
percentage of fresh and tired troops
and me length oi time the various
units had been in the line or in re
The war collection has already as
sumed such proportions as to make
necessary some new arrangement for
housing it. Many of the exhibits are
now crowded, into the ground floor of
the new National Museum building
while others are in the old building
and a few of the artillery pieces are
in the open air awaiting the construc construction
tion construction of suitable shelter.
we got the
Crime Attempted During
Strike in Brooklyn
(Associated Press) ;
New York, Sept. 9. While efforts
were being made to arbitrate the
Brooklyn transit strike f today, nine
men in an automobile raced along alongside
side alongside a train and fired into the.cars,
GOLDMAN'S THURSDAY SPECIAL
Sheeting, 81 ? inches wide. Best
quality bleached and unbleached Pep Pep-perell,
perell, Pep-perell, special price 79 cent 3 a yard.
Five yards to a customer.
It "Why Pay More."
Entire Towns Wiped Out and Number
of Dead and Injured Hourly
Rome, Sept. 8. As additional re reports
ports reports come in the exent of yesterday's
earthquake disaster seems growing
and scores are believe4 to have lost
their lives north of Florence. Many
structures collapsed and there have
been no tidings from many populous
town3. The king has gone to the
"ENTIRE TOWNS WIPED OUT
London, Sept. 8. Reports from the
Italian earthquake region says the
number of dead and injured discov discovered
ered discovered is increasing hourly, "the Ex Exchange
change Exchange Telegraph says. The towns
of Quercia, Molassa and Tarasco were
f wiped out and everywhere the popu
lation is camping in the open.
HUNDREDS KILLED IN ONE
Rome, Sept. 8. The Tribuna says
several hundred were killed in the
earthquake at Fivizzano and many
more injured, quoting a dispatch
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parker and Mr.
M. F. Sanders ask the Star to extend
heir thanks to their neighbors, the
good people of the Cotton Plant sec-
ion, for helpful kindness and sym sympathy
pathy sympathy during the last illness of Mr.
and Mrs. Parker's daughter and Mr.
S ander s' wife, who passed away Aug.
29, and was laid to rest Monday
morning. It is a great blessing, they
say, to live in a community where
the people are always so ready to
rally to their: neighbors when illness
or other misfortune invades the home.
BROOKSVILLE, 9; OCALA, 0
Brooksville took the strong Ocala
team into camp .yesterday to the tune
of 9 to 0. Brooksville had a good
team; giving their ; star 3 pitcher; :Cy
Young, good support at; all times
Mickler, Qcala's 4 first pitcher, was
knocked out of the box. Luffman
went in after the game was lost and
allowed only two runs in the four in
nings he pitched.
FOOLISH AND FANATICAL
Prohibiting Liquor for Medicinal Pur
' poses on Ships of the Navy
Washington, Sept. 8. Spirituous
liquors were finally divorced from
naval vessels today in an order pro
hibiting their use even for medicinal
35 cents at
RESOLUTION BY THE
Whereas, It has come to our atten attention
tion attention that a petition signed by a com comparative
parative comparative few of the taxpayers of
commissioner's district No. 4. has
been sent to the governor of Florida,
asking him to request the resignation
of Mr. O. H. 'Rogers, chairman .of this
board, on the ground that he had re removed
moved removed from the said fourth commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district of Marion 'county;
therefore, in vindication of the chair chairman
man chairman of this board, w-e the undersign undersigned
ed undersigned members 'of the board of : county
commissioners in regular session as assembled
sembled assembled do set forth the following
facts from the tax books of Marion
county, viz: O. H. Rogers pays taxes
on his home and property, in election
precinct No. 11 : in I commissioner's
district No. 4, that he pays no taxes
m any other district of this county,
that his family has lived this year in
a rented house in Ocala, which the
said Rogers says is for thebenefit of
school advantages for his children.
, We further state that the chairman
of this board has been a very useful
and emcient member of the county
comm issioners ; that he has attended
carefully to the best interest of Mar
ion .county and especially hasi ever
been ready to contend for the special
interest of his district and has faith
fully attended all meetings of the
- In evidence of the above at the re request
quest request of" the said O. II. Rogers he
now has the machinery and the county
convicts for the past two months
working and building public roads in
his district (No. 4) and our records
show that he has attended to his du duties
ties duties in said work as the law directs.
We further state that the said Rog
ers has been faithful to assist other
members of the board in visiting the
public roads and adjusting differences
in their respective districts.
We therefore ask the governor of
Florida not to request the resigna
tion of Commissioner O. H. Rogers.
Passed in open session at Ocala,
Fla., this Sept. 7th, 1920.
Flying Machine with 400 Pounds of
Mail Started Today from San
Francisco to Arizona'
Mineola, N. Y., Sept. 8. The trans
continental air service was officially
inaugurated today when R. G. Page,
piloting an airplane, started west westward
ward westward with 400 pounds of mail.
notice to Members
OF THE LEGION
To All Posts: It is requested that
as far as possible the attention of all
members of your post be brought to
bear upon the fact that only four
months remain in which all ex-service
men may reinstate their insurance
without a physical examination; Jan
uary 1st being the time limit; all re reinstatements
instatements reinstatements after that date requiring
a medical examination.
In view of the fact that the bureau
of war risk is now largely manned by
ex-service men and legionaires, and
efficiency is being rapidly substituted
for red tape, ex-service men who have
complained of the service should not
permit this to stand in the way, of
taking advantage of the liberal op
portunities war risk insurance has for
them... :::: ';"-,: V-V.v "-;; v
As far as possible every post is
urged to put on some intensive pro program
gram program with a view, of getting as many
men as it can to. carry their war
risk insurance, because it is getting
better : and better every day mainly
through the efforts of the American
Legion." Legislation now existing in
Congress proposes payment of prem premiums
iums premiums at the postoffice; proposes addi additional
tional additional advantages and benefits; and
those men not yet out of the service
eighteen months should be urged to
act before it is too late; and those
men out of the service eighteen
months should take a medical exami examination
nation examination and carry the insurance.
. Repeated efforts have been made
by your department headquarters to
bring before the posts the importance
A - mm
oi navmcr the men act recardin
their insurance before their opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to do so expires and it is hoped
that yotf will actively interest your
self in attempting to have your post
as far as possible 100 per cent insur insured.
ed. insured. 1 -
EVER WEAR HOSIERY for ladies,
a pure thread silk hose at $2.00 at
Fort King, Sept. 8. Miss Grace
Coshow returned to her home in
Springfield, Mo., Monday after .spend .spending
ing .spending the past six Weeks with her par parents.
ents. parents. v She goes to continue her train training
ing training in the hospital there.
Mrs. H. P. Cook returned home,
last wek after spending a few days
with relatives in Newberry.
Mrs. H. D, Outlaw of Center Hill,
was visiting relatives here the latter
part of last week. .-
1 he ladies' sewing circle met at
the home of Mrs. F. C. Clayton last
Mr. Willis Stevens returned from
Georgia last week after spending a
while with relatives there.
Mr. and ; Mrs. A. J. Simmons of
Ocala were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Stevens Sunday. -.;,'-.
Services were conducted by Rev.
Frazier of Ocala Sunday afternoon at
the school house. We were glad to
have him with, us and hope to have
him back again soon.
Mrs. J. A. Getford of Eustis was
visiting her mother and father, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Young last Week. She
was accompanied home by her. mother,
who will spend a while with her.
MIDDIES, a fine
quality $2.50, : at
Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all
germs in the mouth, throat and nasal
channel; 25 and 50 cents at Ceng's
Drug Store. tf
Dudley Blossom Says Forty Repub Republican
lican Republican Teams were to Raise Four
Hundred Thousand Dollars
. (Associated Press) v- ;
Chicago, Sept. 8 The first evidence
supporting Gov. Cox's charge that
large quotas had been assigned the
principal cities by the republican
campaign fund committee was intro introduced
duced introduced at the Senate committee in inquiry
quiry inquiry when Dudley S Blossom, who
helped raise Cleveland's quota, testi testified
fied testified that Cox's figures of $400,000 for
Cleveland were correct. Forty teams
of six men each were organized for
the drive, he said.
I PAID AGENT PRESENT
Blossom said A. A. Protzman, the
paid agent of the national -committee,
was present when the Cleveland quota
of $400,000 was announced, and that
he helped direct raising the money.
, Blossom could not say if the nation national
al national committee had anything to do with
fixing the quota.
A HARD QUESTION TO ANSWER
United States District Attorney
Clyne said that E. II. Moore, the Cox
representative, had submitted to him
information about campaign expenses
but he was not ready to announce
what: action he will take. He said the
question of perjury was brought up.
HARDING CAME ON COX'S HEELS
St. Paul, Sept.. 8. Senator Hard-
ring came here today on the heels of
Gov. Cox to speak at the Minnesota
state fair grounds. The senator head headed
ed headed an automobile parade' to the fair
; EASY DAY FOR COX
Havre, Montana, Sept. 8. With
speeches at Havre and Great Falls
only Gov. Cox had a light schedule
today. He has made thirty-six
speeches in the past four days.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting u" is now in. Ocala Seed
TRTASURY WILL DRAW ;
THE STRINGS TIGHTER
. - (Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 8. The treas treasury
ury treasury department has decided to tighten
the regulations around the sale of
stills in an effort to end illicit whisky
making in the United States. Man Manufacturers
ufacturers Manufacturers will be required to account
for all stills sold and give their location.-
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BREEN TRAVELS UNDER GUARD
Buffalo, Sept. 8. Major Henry S.
Breen, of the marine corps, who sur
rendered here Monday, has been tak
en to Quatico, Va., under guard. He
disappeared after reporting : that
$12,000 in post exchange funds had
been stolen from him. :
Sugar, 18c. per pound; Irish pota
toes, 60c per peck. Phone 377, H. B.
THAT'S WHAT THEY SAY
. (Associated Press)
London, Sept. 8. The Irish self
aetermmation league has issued a
bulletin saying Mayor McSweeny's
relatives have been forbidden to visit
him and that he is much weaker.
SERGE and SHEPHERD CHECKS
for Middy Suits at FISHEL'S. tf
ALCOHOL KNOCKED 'EM OUT
- (Associated Press)
Baltimore, Sept. 8. The death of
two more men today made seven fa
talities among the civilian employes
at Edgewood arsenal, from drinkiag
i Leggett's Premier Coffee, the real
morning "joy cup" at Cook's Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone. 243. 6-tf
pected to Rain on State, of
r Georgia Today
.'.. (Associated Press)
Atlanta, Sept. 8. One of the larg
est votes ever cast in Georgia is pre pre-is
is pre-is predicted, notwithstanding the un unfavorable
favorable unfavorable weather forecast in today's
democratic primaries, in which Gov
ernor Dorsey, Senator Smith and
Thomas E. Watson are contesting for
MINERS ARE IDLE
- -: (Associated Press?
Birmingham, Sept. 8. Thousands
of men are idle at Alabama coal
mines today, while conciliators en endeavored
deavored endeavored to halt the strike which be began
gan began at midnight. Both sides admit
ted the situation is grave.
HELPING SOLVE THE II. C. OF L.
Army Camp Successfully
rates a Large Farm
Solving the food problem is one of
the most serious problems that con confronts
fronts confronts this country today. At least
one place has to an extent solved
this. We refer to the experimental
farm of the government at Camp
Grant, 111., the home of the Sixth Di Division,
vision, Division, U. S. army. Agricultural
training is one of the important
phases in the wonderful program be
ing carried on at the army schools at
that point, in addition to thirty-two
other trades and professions.'
Like all. of the other courses at the
army school, the farming instruction
is of an intensively practical type.
During the winter months, class room
work is carried on in soil study, crop
rotation, farm machinery, its care
and use, stock breeding, etc. This i3
carried on under the direction of pro
fessional teachers, in steam heated,
well lighted class rooms. With the
advent of suitable weather, and the
enlargement of the school's facilities
for practical outdoor work, much pro
gress has been made.
The farm school consists of 400
acres on wnicn a diversity oi crops
are rotated in twenty acre units.
Small grains, corn and forage crops
are grown- on tnese plots, as tne
men progress in their work under the
direction of scientific farm experts,
each thing they tio 13 explained and
the reason for the method observed.
Thus the men are stimulated to think
for themselves and are enabled to
meet their own problems as they "will
later find them in eivil life.
The work in general farming is ac
companied by truck gardening, the
vegetables raised being utilized in the
camp messes as an agreeable addition
to the ration. A complete course in
horticulture is being conducted in
connection with the six established
orchards on the farm, besides one
new orchard which will bear for the
first time this season and a quantity
of small, fruits which have also been
set out this year.
"Pruning, spraying, grafting: and
cultivation are taught by men who
are experts and the students get
ample practice in these lines.
A mule barn, sheep shed, poultry
house, hog house, stocky judging pa
vilion and implement sheds are being
erected at present. The dairy is be being
ing being remodeled and hog tight fences
placed around the farm. All types of
farm machinery are used and the
student sare instructed in the care
and use of each. Tractors are used
for the work cf plowing, harrowing
and caring for crops. Special stress
is laid on proper care of machinery,
a' point on which a great many farm
ers have been lamentably careless.
The leading breeds of stock are
kept so that the men may be familiar
with the characteristics, and relative
merits of the many varieties. The
Jersey, Guernsey,' Holstein, Short Shorthorn,
horn, Shorthorn, Hereford and -Aberdeen-Angus
strains of cattle give the student ex experience
perience experience with beef -producing and
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Tremendous Shower of Ballots
Evidence Accumulates; that Teutons
and BolsI:eviki Have a Treach Treacherous
erous Treacherous Alliance
London, Sept. 8. Several
revolts against the Russian
government have occurred
neighborhood of Moscow and were
suppressed with much bloodshed, says
an Exchange Telegraph Copenhagen
dispatch, quoting Riga telegrams.
A RUSSIAN CORRIDOR
Warsaw, Sept. 8. Polish, authori authorities
ties authorities contend the Germans and bol bol-sheviki
sheviki bol-sheviki are aiding the Lithuanians
and say that conditions are becoming
more serious along the border. They
charge that Trotzky and the Germans
planned to use 'Lithuania as a corri
dor connecting Russia with
At the Courthouse in Ocala Septem September
ber September 11, at 10 A. M.
The Farmers' Educational and Co Cooperative
operative Cooperative Union is pleased to an announce
nounce announce the following program:
First, the educational program con consists
sists consists of three addresses; to be deliv delivered
ered delivered by.C. W. Hunter, W. A. Sessom.3
and T. J. Brooks. Prof. T. J. Brooks
is now connected with the state ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural -department. These ad addresses
dresses addresses will not only be interesting,
but instructive and a treat for every
Next will be a 'report of a com committee
mittee committee on resolutions, said committee
consisting of J. Rl Shearer, L. S.
Light and J. M. Meffert.
These resolutions are relative to a
tariff on vegetables, pear.uts and other
OCALA VS. EUSTIS
Ocala fans will have a:n opportunity
to see the fast Eustis team in action
Thursday, Sept. 9th.
On Thursday, Sept. 10th, the fast
Brooksville team-will-come to Ocala
to give our boys a chance to redeem
the defeat of j'esterday.'
COINING THE MONEY
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 8.Profits
running into millions of dollars will
be taken by rum runners operating
between Canada and the Detroit dis
trict during 1020, according to esti estimates
mates estimates baesd. upon figures by Ameri American
can American and Canadian revenue officers. In
some quarters the estimates of profit
from illicit liquor sales ran as high
as $100,000,000 for the present year.
Stories of fortunes made over night
and of scores of liquor rings ranging
in size and operations from group 3 of
Canadian farmer boys who buy and
sell whisky by -the quart to "liqucr
brokers" whose sales are measured in
terms of boat loads, are being heard
along both sides. of the international
boundary between Michigan and On Ontario.
tario. Ontario. Prohibition agents are greatly
hampered by lack of motor boats. It
is said to be practically .ire possible to
catch whisky smuggling without fast
GOLDMAN'S THURSDAY SPECIAL
Sheeting, 81 inches wide. Best
quality bleached and unbleached Pep-
perell, special price 79 cents a yard.
Five yards to a customer.
It "Why Pay More."
milk producing breeds. In ; the hog
department are kept (Duroe-Jerseys,
Yorkshires, Tamworths, Poland Chi Chinas
nas Chinas and Chester WTiites. Several
breeds of sheep and poultry of all
kind3 complete the animal ha.-.Landry
complement. R. L. Leach, formerly
of the University of Illinois and a
recognized authority on stock, as well
as a practical instructor, is in charge
of thi3 feature of the work.
Dean C. B. Waldron, formerly of
the North Dakota Agricultursl Col College
lege College head3 the faeulty and tho farm
manager is Mr. C. H. Pollkk, of
North Dakota and Cornell. Each
branch of the work, is in charge of an
expert in that particular line.
The work at the Camp Grant farm
is of a non-spectacular type and of
the e5cient sort that is calculated to
produce men who can run real farms,
not mere show places and unprofi unprofitable
table unprofitable toys, but real workable farms
where old time practical "crop rais
ing" 13 made more efficient by appli application
cation application of scientific methods,, but also
where science keeps its feet solidly
on the ground.
Many a farmer boy, ambition to
make farming a life prof ession, but
who is unable to afford a course at
an agricultural college, will be inter interested
ested interested in the new army plan, whereby
he gains this education and is paid
for it at the same time.
Use a good Klenzo Tooth Erctb.
Sold only at Ger!gs Drc Etcrc, tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1920
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quit to become a janitor at his col
lege, and is earning 'more money.
There is just one remedy. We rhustj Ocala, Fla., Sept. 4, 1920.
pay. our teachers more in order to ; Editor Star: I notice in this Week's
save the magnificent school system, ; issue of the Star, in your short but
without which government by the j consoling: article on the "Effects of;;-
people is an impossibility. St. Au- j Freight Rate Increases," you consider j 1
gustihe Record. jonly the rate on the finished product
"One reason why a good many Flor-jfrom some shipping point to Ocala.
ida children can't go to school is be-j There are still a few more things I
cause of the damphool law that won't would like to know about this in-
2 How school patrons to avail tham-crease, therefore will you permit mejj j
selves, of the services of -competent j to ask a few questions in order that! j
women and girls that make tip the
majority of our teachers are disin disinclined
clined disinclined to serve one-teacher schools in
strange communities.- If they only
knew it. they would generally have a
better time out in the country than
perhaps others will be interested
along the same lines. Is not this in increase
crease increase on raw materials as well as the
finished products and does it not costl
more to get the raw material to the
factory than it does to send the man
they do in the towns, but few of them uf actured atricle out? Is there not
can be convinced of the fact. And j already a very high rate on vegeta vegeta-men
men vegeta-men and women of education who live bies and perishable products? What
out in the country can seldom afford
to go to the trouble and expense nec-
then will be the increase on such pro
ducts. per crate of oranges, beans,!
caHa Anite ami Garage iCssnipai
(Successors to Gittea Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
-fertWif tVa l 'Win iiV
Let us'prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, seliingat the price.
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COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
Charles E. Jones
J. G. Sharon
P. V. Corr
7. V. Knott
C. JB. Wells
There will be a first-class ball
game tomorrow at. Hunter Park, be between
tween between Ocala and Eusti3. Game will
be called at 4 p. m. Eusti3' team has
a high- reputation, so all our fans
should be sure to see the game.
"All p!ny nnd r.o work makes a. dull
girl' r. marked a pretty piano player,
asr her slim fingers rippled the, music
out of the keys, and the rhythmic
shuffle of feet. behind her gave notice
that the merry dance, was going on.
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Considerable intere;4 is taken in
Ocala in the 'Georgia primary, which
is going, on today. The Star has re requested
quested requested the Associated Press to send
a report of the result as early as pos possible
sible possible tomorrow'. The result will not
be known in Georgia until late to tonight,
night, tonight, if then, so it is useless to try
to obtain a dispatch tonight.
A di.atch from Washington says:
"Although every other women in A111"
erica will probably vote in November,
Alice Paul, chairman of the national
woman's party, who has done noth nothing
ing nothing for seven years but battle for the
ballot will not be able p vote. Thru
her long residence in Washington,
wher she has directed the national
campaign. Miss Paul has lost her res residence
idence residence in New Jersey. Nobody can
vote in the District of Columbia."
essary to obtain certificates. The law! cabbage, lettuce and the like from;
should be changed so the people could; Ocala to Chicago, New York or some j
go back to the eld and always reliable j other northern city? Will the con-l
plan a community should be allowed ;sumer "pay this much more for these
lo choose teachers from among its products cr must the producer deduct j
own folks when it s can't be supplied; it from his selling, price? How far j
by .the county board. j vill this increase go to affect the j
j prices of fertilizer, crates, farm ma- j
jchmery and the like? Also what ef
fect will it have on labor; if the rail-
Good ioilieZssi H
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 yeai
Attention of delinquent pnpils is
called to the entrance examinations
to be held next week beginning Tuesday-
and closing Friday. The sched schedule
ule schedule will be announced later.
P. II. Hensley, Principal.
3 fid hovybu "do wdn
road men get higher wages will not
the producer have to pay higher
prices Sot labor also? Can we hope
to reduce the cost of living by in increasing
creasing increasing the cost of production?
You will please give these ques questions
tions questions some consideration in your next
week's issue of the Star.
Very truly yours,
J. R. Shearer.
We regret to say we can't enlighten
Mr Shearer. He seems to be4of the
nninirm f hnt to wrntp tho rrrtielf hp
H 'cept to read proof on it. It was print print-tS
tS print-tS .ed at the request of the railroads and
t'for the same reason that their time time-f
f time-f 'tables are printed for the informa informa-ition
ition informa-ition of our readers. We didn't know,
fjjWhile reading the proof, whether it
j was consoling or not, and we beg to
! inform Mr. Shearer that collecting
I the information he requires is the
! work of a special writer and not that
of an editor. His best course is to
consult-the' freight agents of the
railroads. As for the Star's position
on exorbitant rates and extortionate
salaries, Mr. Shearer should know
what it is. It has been stated em emphatically
phatically emphatically in a good many issues of
liidt lust won.
X T KAN
WOULDN'T HAVE A
GHOST OF A SHOW
Municipal Judge Speer of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, has decided that any person
may legally have "moonshine" whis whisky
ky whisky m possession, so long as the
amount does not exceed one gallon.
Now if somebody can come along
with a decision showing how an
amount less than a gallon can be
legally obtained, the whole problem
will be solved. Lakeland Telegram.
Guess Judge Speer is a Dogberry
come to judgment.
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J ECONOMI NCMf
I '. OPERATION
' Delco-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal-
I oil lamps. One gallon of coal
I oil gives you four times as
I much light when used for fuel
I in Delco-Light as it gives in
" Write for catalog.
The Marion county branch of the
Farmers Educational and .Co-Opera-tive
Union will hold a meeting at the
courthouse in Ocala Saturday, be beginning
ginning beginning at 10 a. m. It will be an in in-teresting
teresting in-teresting occasion and should be at attended
tended attended by all progressive and
thoughtful men, whether farmers or
not." Sfe program elsewhere. Among
the fpeakers will be a gentleman of
international fame, Prof. T. J. Brooks,
who was font to Europe by the gov government
ernment government during the war, and remain remained
ed remained for s;me time after, studying the
economic conditions of agriculture.";
He will have much to tell of great in interest
terest interest to all. Let all who can attend
this instructive meeting.
What amuse3 us is that some of the
few advocates here of the twenty
million dollar bond amendment want
the Star to change its position on that
issue because the railroads are
against the amendment. The Star,
as our leaders should know, is not a
railroad paper, and it took its posi position
tion position against the amendment before it
knew what' the railroads would do
and it doesn't know now, for it has
never asked any railroad man about
it. The Star opposes the amendment
mostly bt cause if adopted it will en enable
able enable each succeeding legislature from
now till judgnnriii, dy to levy that
tax without consent of the people.
The voters will be.fool3 if they put
any .such power in the hands of the
. Advocates- of the bond amendment
to the, state constitution are mislead misleading
ing misleading tle people in their propaganda
wi,th reference to the way in which
the interest on the bonds and the
sinking fund to repay them are to be
Their statement is that the added
expense to the state will be taken
care of entirely by raising the pres
ent license tax on automobiles fifty
They figure that there will be an
increase in the number of automobiles
used in the state and that it will
never be necessary to impose a tax
upon the real and personal property
of the tsate in order to maintain and
repay these bonds.
.- The few newspapers that are sup supporting
porting supporting the project, voicing the other
supporters of the amendment, seem
to take it for granted that that plan,
by raising the automobile license, will
certainly be adopted by the legisla legislature.
ture. legislature. &
Of course they have no guarantee
that the legislature will follow the
plan laid down. They do not know
that successive legislatures, after
1921, will even consider, the automo
bile license tax as a means xf paying
1 1 interest and sinking fund on the
j i bonds. There is no certainty about
j The amendment itself prescribes
Ijno way in which the bonds are to be
cared for and ultimately paid. It
leaves alt that to the. legislature, with
no limitations whatever
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LETTEHOEADS, D1LL0EADS, CARDS, OlICULARS, rOlpiRS, FI.'iE CCOiaOS, LTC.
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
V .df Ji.
And yat the bond amendment sup-) f$&i$5fr
rters r?re gomg out over the state ;.-v.
ijand are declaring that the people will jy:v
jnever feel the taxes on the bonds, fori!9
!the autcmobils owners are to nav the I ft?
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Theres a Satisfied User Near
ij : Thev do not dare to do anything-?:
; olse. If it were. generally known that;1-
lithe bonda -were to be paid by a tax on 0c
lithe real and personal property in the;:lki
: stare, tn amennment would not
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A mere bagatelle to walk down to
FISIIEL'S to trade. tf
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Nearlv 1,000,000 schooi children in
this country are without teachers.
Teachers who formerly worked for a
mere pitta::?.- are now digging coal
and earning more in a week than they
u?ed to earn in a month. Some are
teamsters earning a dollar an hour.
Others run elevators at twice their
former pay. One, college professor
uru.. u'im n-iC mju mju-Dvmg
Dvmg mju-Dvmg OOG'CO Bunch cvjT
M,rv ?v,r THIS CL-O
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1S20
LUNCHEON FOR MISS JONES
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OTT Cl LUFETJAN
. ; CASH ANft CARRY
7 N. Magnolia St,
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If you have any news for this de department
partment department please phone 255. t
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morgan left yes
terday for a week's visit in Tampa.,
Fresh milk daily at the Crescent
Grocery, 20 cents per quart 8 At
In the light car race in Jacksonville
on Labor Day, Mr. James C. Jack
son driving a Chevrolet won the 22
mile race in 22 minutes.
A general discussion on these sub
jects is invited. Every one is invited
to come and take part. .-
Mr. James Chace leaves tonight for
New York and after a few days spent
in the metropolis he will go to Am
iherst, where he-will enter upon his
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Use "Goodnight" and then go to
'sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
Nrgolirtlilc Staragr Itr cripts Issued on Cotton, An t&nobilea, Etc.
Mrs. Laurence Kelly and little son
arrived from Gainesville yesterday
"and will be the guests of Mrs. Xelly's
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parents, wr. ana Mrs. J. k. inoorneaa
for the remainder of the week.
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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
' M LiVE STOCK,
I 1 PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
i. i urn n i rtE, etc.
10?G DISTANCE MOVING
Miss Winnie Flippen arrived today
f rom Nashville, Tenn., to be the guest
:of Miss Helen Jones until after the
! marriage of Miss Jones to Mri Mit-
icheil Tucker on the fifteenth of this
MiMaMllNaiM Ku "lid U11C H1U iib 1 1&11C1 O,
-..Wo.-7il.,nitr.: why don't you just go down there
, .( n i ill
1 I H ft? is
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for? a front yard.
Every modern convenience ia each room. Dining -roosiN service U
second to noat ....
and.look at their Millinery; you don't
have -to buy and they will gladly
show you." tf 4
' Mrs. J. R. Moorhead leaves today
for "Warren, Pa., for an extended
visit of two months to her sister, Mrs.
Fred McCutchen, who as Miss Nellie
Hooper will be pleasantly remember remembered
ed remembered by many.
. EVERWEAR SOX. Lisles $3 a box,
six pairs. for a limited time.
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. Among the visitors in Ocala yester-
jday were the following: J. W. Wal Wallace,
lace, Wallace, Fairfield; Miss H. R- Harwell,
l; Anthony; G. I. Bentley, Reddick; Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Parker, York; Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Donaldson, Conant;
E. Lachance, Eelleview.
! .Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
: planting is now in. Ocala Seed
nil -r if.
Mr. Walter Troxler kt yesterday
fr Jacksonville' for a short visit to
-4his friend. Harry Holcomb, Walter
will spend a. part of his vacation at
Pablo Beach with Mrs. R. E. Yonge
and family, "who have taken a cot cottage
tage cottage there for the summer.
BilflE ffiGHW AY-
HEMSTITCHING and, Pecot-Edg-inr.
Very best work on new, modern
'machine: Work guaranteed. Mail
orders returned promptly. Address,
! Singer Machine Co. Office with Tay
lor Printing Co., (Ocala. Fla. 8-6t
Miss Mary Shephard arrived from
her home at Oldtown yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon preparatory .-to taking up her
work in the high school, next week.
Miss Shephard taught in the summer
normal at Tallahassee, later spend spending
ing spending three weeks with her mother at
Sugar, 18c. per pound; Irish pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, 60c. per peck. Phone 377. H. B.
Miss Annie Joe Law and sister,
Miss Mary Law of Brooksville, spent
yesterday in Ocala. Miss Law after
leaving Ocala went to Washington,
where she .was seriously ill for sever several
al several weeks and is only now recovering
from her illness after some time
spent at her home in Brooksville.
"Perfection" is about the only word
ithat described our 15-cent Butternut
i bread. Carter's Bakery. 31-tf
Five young ladies, members of the
T. A. G. Club., entertained at lunch
eon at 1 o'clock today at the Har
rington Hall, complimenting Miss
Helen Jone3, whose marriage to Mr.
Joel Mitchell Tucker of this city will
take place on the fifteenth.
Gren and white, intermingled with
ssjfe hues in pink formed a lovely
combination of flowers decorating the
dining table. Extending from the
chandelier to the four corners were
streamers of green and white tulle,
ending in fluffy bows. The place
cards were suggestive of the -ap
proaching wedding season, being
dainty little brides, their misty veils
concealing their happy faces.
A five-course luncheon was served.
Seated at the table were Miss Ethel
Home, gowned in a pretty costume
of Pekin blue georgette; Miss Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Home wore peach georgette
combined with tulle of ..the same
shade; Miss Lucille Gissendaner wore
a taffeta frock of blue; Miss Sara De De-hon
hon De-hon was gowned in a lovely evening
costume of black taffeta, with black
velvet picture hat to matqh; Mrs.f
Leon Mason, a bride of a few moaths,
was charming in navy blue georgette,
while Miss Jones, the bride-to-be,
made a decidedly handsome appear appearance
ance appearance in a stately costume of black
September Specials, 36-in. Good
Quality BLEACHING 35c; 39-inch
DOMESTICS 24c. FISHEL'S. tf
A LITTLE GIRL'S PARTY
Even without parties each season
is alive with happiness, but when one
is just ten years old, life is a joy in indeed
deed indeed and a spend the day party is an
event worth recording. So thought
little Miss Mary Troxler yesterday
when she awoke to one of the hap happiest
piest happiest ,days so far written upon her
calendar of good times. Yhen Mary's
four special friends arrived for the
day, each bringing her a lovely birth
day gift, a happy morning was en enjoyed.'
joyed.' enjoyed.' -At noon an elegant repast
was served by Mrs. Troxler, then
more games until 4 o'clock when all
repaired to the Temple to witness the
pictures, afterwards going to "Trox "Trox-ler's"
ler's" "Trox-ler's" where they were treated to ice
ceram. lhose enjoyine the dav with
Mary were Martha Preer, Louise
Bryant, Elizabeth Thackerson and
HAPPINESS CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND
In the dictionary.
Happiness should always be found
In every home.
We help make people happy
By GIVIVG THEM THEIR MONEY'S
WORTH AND MORE.
Won't you let us help. make you happy?
CAGII AND CAHHY
ca!a House Blocli 'OCALA, FLA.
Get the habit of calling phone 243
vhen you want high class fresh meats
and groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf
! Mrs?. J..C. Jackson and daughter.
Mrs. Peter Mackintosh, who have
been the guests of their daughter and
sister, Mrs.. Richard Stroud, leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Jacksonville, where they
will visit their son and brother. Mr.
J. C. Jackson Jr., until Sunday, when
they expect to return to their home
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, cilice, living room, six bedrooms, store
room and kitchen. Upstairs, 12 sleeping roras and trunk room.
Iron fence on front; large garden m the back; new fence with cy-
press posts. Frontage of zbo leet on tne fceaboara Air Line can te
sold elf for warehouse purposes without disturbing the buildings.
Will be offered for a short while at ?G000.
, Before buying see our prices oa
BLEACHING AND DOMESTICS
AH mmies oi
.-All Kinds of
Wc Wash and PoIlsIiSyotir Car
And make it look like new.
Ocltlaivaha Ave and Orannc St.
Lieut. James H. C. 'Hill who until
recently has been stationed at Camp
Jackson, has been transferred from
the infantry to the aviation depart department,
ment, department, which 13 quite a compliment to
the young soldier.... His post of duty
ha3 not yet been assigned, but Lieut.
Hill .will in all probability be sta stationed
tioned stationed in Boston or at Arcadia.
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. T. S. Trantham was hostess
at a picnic party yesterday afternoon
complimenting her guests, Mrs. C E.
Ahearn of Starke and Mrs. Ahearn's
sister-in-law, Miss Abeam of North
Carolina. The, two families motored
to Silver Springs late in the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. After enjoying a swim the
tempting lunch was served in the
shade of the trees.
- CLASS ENTERTAINMENT
Eutawah class of the Methodist
Sunday school held its September
meeting with Miss Isabel Davis on
Main street yesterday at 4 p. m.
un- account of the absence of the
president, Miss Kathleen Leitner,
Miss Annie Rooney, vice president,
presided. Meeting opened with scrip scripture
ture scripture lesson, song and prayer by the
teacher, Mrs. C. W. White.
Among .important plans for the
betterment of class work was tha
ordering of class charter. Motto of
class: "We have a mind to work."
Colors, blue and white.
There was an advertisement con
test, followed by refreshments, music
Those present were Misses Ruth
Simmons, Jeanette Turner, Caroline
White, Elizabeth Bennett, Mary Lane,
Maud Lillian Little, Isabel Davis,
Annie Rooney, Mamie Brittain, Hazel
McAteer, Corinne Johnson of Tampa,
Mrs. Evelyn Nichols, Mrs. C. W.
White and Mrs. J. W. Davis.
Next meeting 1 will be with Mrs.
Why throw away $2 to $5 on hats
bought at a millinery store, when a
hat bought at FISHEL'S is just as
chic and becoming and so much
Mrs. James Hicks Hill, after a long
absence from Ocala, is being extend extended
ed extended a warm welcome from her host of
friends. She is for the present at the
heme of Mrs. J. W. Davis on North
Main street. Mrs. Hill spent two
months of the summer with her con,
Lieut. Hill at Camp Jackson, Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, from where she went for a visit
to Ashevirie. Mrs. Hill has been in
Leesburg for a few days and expects
to be with her friends here for two
months, which will be most gratifying
news to them.
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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 cfTer,
without waiting for the new3 to spread by word cf
The advertiser has been able to tell many pecple ct
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 Lc-c-n
possible to invent, develop and market countless Ar Articles
ticles Articles of comfort that you now think of as neC'-.-si-ties,
which some years ago even the wealthy could
not have bought. It would not have paid to make a
few to order.
The advertipc-ments are something more than tyry
and tali. They are a daily servke your paper fur furnishes
nishes furnishes you in additon to the other important; r.-nvs cf
W. K. lane, EI. L Physician ssd
Surgeon, gjpeciaiist Eye, Ear, Nos &zd
Throat. OSice over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tf
KindFs rJnsic Store
(note new location)
RECORDS V V-and
and V-and SUPPLIES
llcnstilchina 12 end 15c
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OCALA ETOmiG STAR, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 8, 1920
Temperature this morning, 69; this
Fresh milk daily at the Crescent
Grocery, 20 cents per quart. 8-4t ;;
Mrs. Tom Barnes; had a good at attendance
tendance attendance and an enjoyable program
at her dance Tuesday night.
Mrs. M. E. Carlton and daughter,
Miss Ruth, are home from a pleasant
vacation at Waynesville, N. C.
Fresh milk daily at the Crescent
Grocery, 20 cents per quart. 8-4t
Mrs. Bittinger and daughter, Miss
Adele. went to Stanton today for a
pleasant vacation by the lake shore.
Mr. D. E. Mclver left today for
Jamesville, N. Y., to visit his daugh
Frances, and other rehv
Mrs. Frank Lytle and daughter,
Mabel are here from Stanton, to make
their home in'Ocala during the school
The lOenzo Family complete is now
on display at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Mr. N. C. Geise of Palatka has been
in the city for a visit to his brother-
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Welsh and chil
cren passed tnru ucaia yesterday on
their way home to Oldsmar after sev several
eral several weeks agreeably spent in the
mountains of North Carolina.
Mr. W. J. Wilson of Fort McCoy,
who cut his arm in an accident at the
K. of P. picnic at Eureka last Friday,
is able to be out again.
Mrs. R. E. Robertson, a very pTetty
young matron irom Montgomery, is
visiting her relatives here, Mr. Thom
as Needham and family.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & ; Shoe Company. Every-
;hing we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Joe Madden, a sixteen year old boy,
has been driving the Silver Springs
bus. Joe is small for his age, but he
surely can swing that big bus all
Thirty-six Rotarians will go from
this city tomorrow to Gainesville to
attend the tri-city picnic of Gaines
ville, Ocala and Palatka. Hardly nec necessary
essary necessary to say they will be a perfect
Mrs. Bessie Barnett left this morn-
mg lor uxiord, ua., accompaniea Dy
her son, Lamar, "who will enter upon
his studies at famous old Emory Col-
At the meeting of the council last
night, Alderman Thomas recommend
ed that the A. C. L. be allowed to
engthen its sidetrack on Osceola
avenue nortnwara to tne soma siae
of Washington street, from where it
can build a spur into the Robertson
ot for the use of the Lewis-Chitty
Company, for which a big wholesale
warehouse is to be eretced on said lot.
Let us fit your boys
for school. FISHEL'S.
In some sections of the city the
weeds are head high on many vacant
lots. .Now is the time" to cut them
down for -they are breeding places
for mosquitoes and other disease car
rying insects. If -they are cut now
in a green state, they will not scatter
seeds to the four winds to come up
first thing in the spring.
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 al
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:SG p. m.
Box, siide and accordeon pleating.
Buttons covered. Hemstitching and
picot-edge work. Mail orders given
prompt attention. Address The Hem-
stitcher, Gainesville, Fla. 7-Ct
FROM DRAMATIC WORLD
NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. : E. S.,
will open its meetings again ..Thurs
day, Sept. 9th, at. 8 m. after a va vacation
cation vacation of two monthsr 7-3t
Berlirv Aug. 20. The newspapers
announce the retirement of Max Bern
hardt f ronr the active management
of his chain of Berlin theaters.
Reinhardt, who has dominated the
German dramatic world for more than
5 yearsi, is said to be disgusted at his
inability to induce the authorities to
repeal or modify the amusement tax,
which, he states, is burdening his en enterprises
terprises enterprises to a point where they are
no longrer profitable.. He will retire
to his eountry seat near Salzburg,
where he will devote himself to agri agriculture
culture agriculture rand some more complicated
problems of dramatic art-
The board of county commission
ers of Marion county will receive bids
at their office in the Marion county
court house, September 8th, 1920, fcr
overseers to work the public roads
and bridges in the several commis
sioners districts, in accordance with
Chapter No. 8111, Acts of 1919.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman
Attest. P. H. Nusrent. Clerk. 8-7 1
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort Kine Camp No. 14 meets at
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.
Cor. Ft. King and Osceola
Goodyear Service Station
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sea ana osz
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You can buy Goodyear Tires today
at prices which are no higher than
they were ten years ago.
And from these tires you can now
obtain more actual mileage due to
advancements made byv Goodyear in
their construction since 1910.
The present cost of Goodyear mile
age therefore is decidedly less and
this fact applies to all the line,
including the 30x3-, ..30x3-. and
3 lx4-inch size Goodyear Tires built
especially for small cars.
If .you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort,
Maxwell or other car taking these
sizes, go to your nearest Service -Station
for Goodyear Hres get ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional mileage at very low cost.
,. t.ai.K mum
30 x 3V? Goodyear fck -y rr
DoubloCWe Fabric, ? 3VJ
All -Weather Tread
SO x Goodyear
Single -Care Fabric,
Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no
more than the price you are asked to pay
for tubes of less merit why risk costly
casings whea such cure proteo -tion
i available? "30 x 3Vzfci2e $50
Use Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth vrhite; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug
JEWISH NEW YEAR
All the good Jewish stores will be
closed all day Monday, September 13,
in celebration of New Year. 7-4t
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We Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters for this
community and we want
, to Whisper SoUly in your
ear that we Guarantee
Oils, Gas and Accessories to.
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
WANTED, L03T. FOUND, TO 3
SALE, FOU RENT AND OKI- -ILAR
RATES Six line, maximum, oaa
time, 2oc; three times, 50c.; six time3
75c; one month. $3. Payable in advance.
FOR SALE Ten head of mules. Will
exchange for cattle, goats or she p.
J, 11. Meffert, Ocala. Fla. 4-tf
WANTED Carrier boy for the
second ward; one who haa bicy bicycle.
cle. bicycle. Call at STAR OFFICE. 3t
LAKE WEIR Two' completely fur
nished cottages fcr sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; running water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow, Box 581. Ocala. Fla. 9-tf
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE
Citrfi, Nov. .8. Mr. Will Knight,
Ultra's; popular depot agent, has gone
to Hendersonville, N. C, on his vaca
Misii Arline Stanley, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Fulwood at the
White' House, has returned her
home at Bartow.
Mr? Wyckoff and daughter, Kath Kath-ryn
ryn Kath-ryn have returned from their sum summer's
mer's summer's outing in Georgia,
Mr; and Mrs. Allison Wartmann
and family' and Dr. Blackshear were
visitors in Citra Friday.
Mrsi. Connell and children, Louis
and Mary and Mrs. Parker and daugh daughter."
ter." daughter." Olive of Inverness were visitors
here ..Thursday and Friday.
Mis.s Elta Burleson and Miss Kath Kath-ryn
ryn Kath-ryn Wyckoff have gone to Okeechobee
to teiich in the high school.
Misis Ethel Crosby and sister, Miss
Louise will leave this week for
Gainesville, where Miss Ethel will
teach and Louise attend high school.
Mr;' Talmadge DuPree is spending
a fe days" with his family at Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona 'Beach. ?;
Mir. F. J. Williams was a visitor
to Waldo Sunday.
Mi' Phillips of Hawthorne was a
visitor here Sunday. ; --
Mr. and Mrs. Melson and children
of Ocala were visiting Citra friends
The many friends of Mr. C. W.
White are glad to have him spending
a whnV in Citra.
C. ; W. Driver and daughter, Doro
thy upent last week on the East Coast.
Whilie at Daytona Beach Miss Dor
othy was the guest of Mrs. Borland
and Mrs. DuPree, who have been
spending the summer at the beach
Mrs. William Christian of Mcintosh,
who has just returned from Lookout
mountain, is also at the beach with
her mother," Mrs. Borland.
f : 1
1918 Model Dodge Touring car. See
Mr. Sheppard at at Lewis-Chitty
FOR RENT Desirable furnished
rooms suitable for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply at 403 Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 2-Ct
i FOR RENT Two story apartments
on Fort King avenue. Apply to
Mrs. T. C. Carter, at Carter's Bak
Sugar, 18c. per pound; Irish pota
toes, 60c. per peck. Phone 377. H. B.
Whittington. : 6-3t
FOR SALE A nearly new Ford ton
truck with cab. Will sell cheap for
cash. Address E. R. Smith, Orange
Lake, Fla. 7-3t;
Modern furnished room.-
preferred. No. 222
WE ARE NEVER TOO BUSY
To give your Shoe Repairing Prompt
attention. We can serve you while
vou wait if desired with the famous
Goodyear Welt System of repairing.
We call for and deliver work free.
SHOE SHINE SERVICE
Every Day Including Sunday
OCSlaESCtricSIlOC SilOp F0R HENT-Three fumishc-d rooms
... o -it o I suitable for sleeping apartments or
for light housekeeping. Phone 551,
FOR RENT One light housekeeping
apartment, all modern conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. Apply Oklawaha Inn, 239
Oklawaha avenue. . S-3t
114 S. Magnolia SL
Phone 143, OCALA. FLA.
or call at 734 Wenona St. 8-Gt
Eyesight is such a prec-
thing that it should
De treasured ana guara-
A y -si V iuua
A. E. GERIG
ed with the most zealous
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optidan
, Fyesight Specialist
SEEDS AND -PL A
"Where Quality Counts"
Fairfield, Sept. 8. Mrs. Texas
Nasih -and Mrs. Mary Rou.left last
Friday for Bartow, where they will
visit their daughter and sister, Mrs.
J. X Johnson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gatrell Jr. and
baby, also Mr. A. N. Rou and Miss
Edith Core of Reddick, motored to
Siher Springs Sunday afternoon.
Mr. J. W. Howell of Jacksonville,
is isiting relatives at this place.
Some of our young folks motored
to- Lake Weir last -Wednesday and
spent the night, returning Thursday.
Rev. W. C. Rogers filled his regu regular
lar regular appointment at the Methodist
church Sunday afternoon. ;
Tli ere will be services at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church next Sunday morning and
evening. There will also be services
at the Presbyterian church Sunday
niglit. Everyone is invited to attend
The Daily & Sunday
One of the best newspapers
published in Florida. Associat Associated
ed 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.
1 iu ii
' "JGoodhight" chases mosquitoes,
gnats and other insects; 25 cents the
bottle at Gerig's Drug "Store. tf
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rSuccessors to Gates Garage)
NEJrr TO POSTOFFICE
Feffl -lue ;ooflyear Tires sdA Tildes;
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information And not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. '
;; (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2: 15 am
1:45 cm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:25 pm
6:4l2am JksonviUe-Gnesrille 10:13 pm
2:418 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:1 am
3 :JI5 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dtmnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11 :03 pm
3:i55pm Homosassa 1:30pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4 :45 pm ; Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
'Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
430 N. BLignoIla St.
DAYS OF DIZZINESS
. Come to Hundreds of Ocala People
There are days of dizziness;
Spells of headache, languor, back backache;
ache; backache; .
Sometimes rheumatic pains;
Often urinary disorders.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney ills.
- Endorsed in Ocala by grateful
friends and neighbors.
Ask your neighbor!
Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 218 Second St
Ocala, says: "When my kidneys got
out of order, I would be so dizzy, I
couldn't walk straight and there were
times I couldn't get about,owing to
the pain across the small of my back.
There were other distressing symp symptoms
toms symptoms of kidney trouble, too. Doan's
Kidney Pills, whenever used, brought
relief arid I gladly recmomend them."
(Statement given June 19, 1914.)
On April 16, 1918, Mrs.' Fraser
said: "I am stronger in praise of
Doan's Kidney Pills today than ever
before, for they cured me entirely of
Price COc. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same thatj
Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 63
4. For all Classes el
Stone, Brlclr, Wcoa
r. and Concrete .
' BulMlnn :
Funeral Direcfors a Dr.!
PAKLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open, All Night.
, OCALA, FLOEIDA
Careful estimates made on all co co-trac.t
trac.t co-trac.t work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
fTV1- Tv" V f T
Orick, Stme, Concrete,
NORTH OCALA SCHOOL
Next Thursday afternoon there vail
j be a "working" at the North Ocala
school house. I All men. women, boys
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee and girl3 who are interested please L
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every- there with hoes and
thing we .sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
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