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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Tern Watson and Tom Hardwick Lead
in the Primary for Senator
and Governor

Has Lost Half Its Small Force as a
Result of the Recent
Battles

Ottomans Frightened by .Landing of Evidence Before Senate Committee Every Dispatch Brings Additional
a Large Force on the Shores of .Tough on Democratic' Commit- Reports of the Number of

the Gulf of Ismid

( Associated "ress)
Atlanta, Sept. 0. The Atlanta
Journal's figures, unofficial and in incomplete
complete incomplete from 117 out of 155 coun counties;
ties; counties; give Thomas E. Watson 197
eoiny unit votes, or .more than a
majority for senator, Dorsey 67 and
Smith 40. Similar gubernatorial re returns
turns returns give former Senator Hardwick
172 and Clifford Walker 123. -t
COX'S CHARGES
Chicago Sept. 9. Governor Cox's
charges that' the republicans fixed
quotas and planned intensive fund
laisiijg drives in at least 51 cities
and that the national committee had
a part in assessing the city quotas
was admitted before the Senate in investigating
vestigating investigating committee today by Har Harry
ry Harry SI. Blair, assistant to Republican
Treasurer Upham.
LOCAL LEGISLATION

(Associated .Press)
Washington, Sept. 9. The rifle

strength of the bolsheviki on the Pol Polish
ish Polish front has been reduced over one

half as a result of the Polish counter-

offensive, according to reports in off

icial circles here. Unapprehended

deserters in Russia are estimated at

million.

BRITON ALSO ESCAPED

(Associated Press?
Mexico City, Sept. 9. Bertie C.

Johnson, a British subject, who was

kidnapped by Zamora bandits, escap escaped
ed escaped and is in the hand3 of government
troops, the war office announces.

FUNDS RAPIDLY POURED

IN FOR FRANCE

(Associated Press) j '. (Associated Press) I (Associated Press)

Constantinople, Sept. 9. Five Chicago, Sept. 9. After hearing London, Sept. 9. Fifty dead have

transports loaded with Greeks troops J from William O. Farlow. of Augusta, I been taken from the ruins in e the

have landed at Ismid on the Gulf of I an Ulitiois farmer, of the alleged at-jtown of Barga, in the Italian earth-

smid, replacing the British forces I tempt of Charles S. Boeschenstein, quake zone, says an Exchange Tele-

here. The senators asked the grand I democratic national committeeman graph dispatch, the message adding

vizier to come to an agreement with J from Illinois, to solicit funds from I that many more are buried in the
the nationalists before the Greeks postmasters, the Senate campaign in- debris-.

find an excuse to occupy Constant!-1 vestigating committee recalled Harry j DEATH LIST GROWING

M. B!air, assistant to Republican ; Sept. .9.-The num-
Treasurer Upham for further ques- ...v

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y f 1 rm-alro ic ctenr.fl crrkwinor Pntir

nople.

AND-WHAT WrOULD

DEFEND THE LAND

and ten

Ocala, Fla., Sej)t. 7, 1920.
The council convened at 8 o'clock
p. m., Sept. Tth, 1920, council cham chamber,
ber, chamber, city hall. Meeting called to order
. by President Mclver with all mem members
bers members present. Minutes of last regu regular
lar regular meeting read and approved. ;
J. IL Moorhead appeared in regard
to the purchase of a certain lot from
t'ne city of Ocala. Matter was re

ferred to city attorney and Council

man Mclver.
. .

The following communication was

read, lo-wit: Sept. 7, 1920
Honorable City Council:

Gentlemen: Mrs. C. E. Connor

owns a lot on the north end of lot 0
Caldwell's addition, Ocala. which was

sold to the city in Nov. 1915, for un

paid taxes of 1911. 1912, 1913 and

1914, for $130.99. Taxes are also due

for the years 1915, 1910, 1917, 1918,

1919 and 1920, carried on the books

at a valuation of $3500.

She; also owns lots 3 to 13 and 16

to 33 Connor's sub of Scott's survey,
which we,re sold at the game time for

the same number of years taxes, to

the city for $95.J3, on which theitaxes

are delinquent for.,.- the same years,

carried on the books at a valuation oi

$2000. : v' : : :

This property has been in litigation

for a great many years and has just

been terminated.
Mr. Connor asks that he be per

m it ted to redeem, the city-taxes by

paying the face of; the certificates
and the omitted years taxes at a
valuation of $3000 for the first de described
scribed described lot and of $2000 for the lat latter,
ter, latter, without interest, which would
make a total of $581.54.
- Mr. Connor asked me to prepare
and submit this proposition.
: ? ; c W. W.. Clyatt.
Mr. Winer moved that city allow
the redemption upon payment of cei
tificates and omitted years taxes with
one-half interest. Motion carried.
An ordinance granting to Lewis Lewis-Chitty
Chitty Lewis-Chitty Co. and A. C. L. R. R. Co. the
privilege of constructing, operating
and maintaining a spur or .sidetrack,
extending- from some point on the
east half of block 64, Old Survey of

the city of Ocala, to the main line or
track facilities of the Atlantic Coast
Line railroad company on Osceola

street, was introduced by Mr.' Thorn
as, placed upon first, reading and re

ferred to the head of the department
of justice.
An ordinance regulating the dis dispensing
pensing dispensing of soda water, ice cream and
?oft drinks in the city of Ocala, was
introduced by Mr. Goldman, placed
upon first reading and referred, to the
head of the department of justice.
Certain approved bill3 were order ordered
ed ordered paid.
Bill of Steurer Publishing Co. for
$10 and Manufacturers Record for
$8.40, approved by E. J., Crook, see see-.
. see-. retary of the sinking fund commis commission,
sion, commission, were ordered paid. I

Claim of A. A. Mathews for $33

.for cow that died in city pound was

considered and it was ordered upon

motion of Mr. Simmons, duly carried,

all members voting yea, that the city

pay $20 as in full for said claim.

Upon recommendation of head of
department of public safety it was
ordered that the three firemen at the
. station be allowed $75 per month and

that a sum not exceeding $15 per

month be allowed for the services of

volunteer firemen.

Special Police J. K. Stevens and J.
F. Hall were allowed their salaries
on the first and fifteenth of each
month, same as -regular officers of
the city. -
The following report was read and
adopted:
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 7, 1920.
Honorable City Council: v
The undersigned to whom the ordi ordinance
nance ordinance introduced at the meeting of
August 17, 1920, same being an ord ordinance
inance ordinance entitled "An ordinance pre pre-rcribinj
rcribinj pre-rcribinj and regulating- the charge

for gas furnished by the Ocala Gas

Company, relieving said

.' (Associated Press)
New York. Sept. 9. J. P. Morgan

& Company today announced that
the new one hundred million dolalr
French loan was oversubscribed in an

hour and the books closed.

(Associated Press)

TI1 "1 r rt ri

nor Cox argued in behalf of the Paris, Sept. 1. Henry; Undru,Lnic n.a n;.htxvni

League of Nations here today and 1 whom "t the police call the Gambais I .

adapted his speech to the needs of j Bluebeard and held responsible for
the west. He declared the cost of one! the disappearance of eleven women to

battleship would reclaim two million I whom i he had promised marriage, 1 have been felt m the earthquake dis-

acres of land. I shows no sign of weakening under the I trict, shaking down tottering struc-

continual and gruelling 18 months 1 tures and delaying rescue work

TWO AVIATORS KILLED examination and preliminary m-vesti- UPHEAVAL IN EMILIA

i 1 1 T t .1

gauon wnicn juage conm nas con- Romp Spnt o..A vm!mt sM in

Wiasuciitieu x-ressj l QUCteCi.

Wilkesbarre, Pa., Sept. 9. F. R. I "You sem wan and tired today,'

from an annual payment to the city

of Ocala, and repealing conflicting

provisions of prior ordinances," was

referred, beg to report that I recom recommend
mend recommend that same be amended to read

as attached ordinance.

B. Goldman,
Head of Department of Justice.

Ordinance as amended was there

upon placed upon second reading, read

and adopted by sections; placed upon

third reading, read by title and adopt

ed, upon roll call, all members voting

yea

The following report was adopted:

Ocala, Fla., Sept. 7, 1920.
Honorable City Council:
The undersigned to whom the ord

inance introduced at the meeting of
August 17th, 1920, same being an

ordinance entitled "An ordinance fix
ing the fares to be charged by auto

mobiles operated for the purpose of
carrying I passengers for hire in the
city of Ocala, etc.," was referred, beg
to.rc-pcrt that I icccmmcnd that same

be amended as loiiows: mat sec section
tion section 1 of said ordinance be amended

to read as follows:

Section 1. That .any s person, ope operating
rating operating an automobile for the purpose

of carrying passengers for hire in the

city of Ocala shall not charge more

than forty cents for the transports

tion of any person from any point m

the city of Ocala, to any other point

m said city. That no charge shal

be made for such transportation o

one child under the age of 12 years

when such child is accompanied by a

person paying the regular fare. Tha

for such transportation ? of any addi

tional child or children under said

age and accompanied by a person

paying the regular fare a eharg;e o

teem an from Illinob

Dead and Injured

hundred and thirty-two were killed

r-irT:T-xT m tfipDn

CHEERFUL AND COOL j Vnnn a r
r i 11000 injured. There was serious d&m-

Present Policy of Federal Reserve
Board is Not at All to
Their Liking

(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 9. -Representatives
of farmers and live stock pro producers'
ducers' producers' organizations are preparing
to present protests to the Federal
Reserve Board, according to a state statement
ment statement by the Farmers' National Coun Council,
cil, Council, against" alleged credit restric restrictions.
tions. restrictions.
INFLUENZA NOT EXPECTED
The public" health service says
there have been no indications of a
return of last year's influenza epi epidemic
demic epidemic this winter. Though there are
a certain number of cases each year
between November and May, it is
not expected the disease will be as
widespread or virulent as last year.
MEETING OF VETERANS

I the Emilia district this morning

fmi zcA txAAitinvial lnse nf Ufa a nrl im.

MefTord, of Grand Rapids and Guy he said to Judge Bonin solicitiously p0rtant damage. The quake was
Dickman of Williamsport, were killed when- he last appeared before the more violent than that of Tuesday.

in an airplane crash here last night.

STREET" FIGHTING IN TRIESTE

judge., "Don't ; you think you will be i

able to take a Vacation this year?'

It vras as fine a bit, of irony as ever

deliverd by Landru, as last summer I

Judge Bonin after six months' exam-

CONNER

Conner, Sept." 8. Miss Lidie Cor

drey left yesterday for Anthony to

(Associated press)

Trieste, Sept. 9. Street fighting matum of the alleged bluebeard, gave h(t witv h(ir Rtr Mrs. Sims and at-

l i. i l t i I 't l 1 x. il j I

nas Deen resumea nere between na- lup.in aespair ana went to me couniry i tprifi Rhool this fall

iionaiisis ana socialists, l wo deatns jior icur weens. Charlie Gore of Raleigh, N. C, is

occurred ana a score were wounded. I in i;ne lobbies oi tne courtnouse tueivissitiTip' rpltAivi5 at Lacota

otner aay ianaru accompanied Dy ms n. H. Rogers of Ocala was attend

i u i ukuwms uj? i lawyers, me lviaaame rsessaraoo wno intr trt KikiVp T.mm. vptcpqv

. J-.T-..nr... 1 . , -1 I ""to 0 J- J J

aiauiuxm uuim x, ahlmiu.n i emg examinea py judge conm, Sidney Ridley of Waycross, Ga.,

-

concerning rne aisappearance oi ner who has been ST)endm some time

The United Peanut Association of I husband and the subsequent finding J y,;- aunt Mr. P T Randall at

America will hold a meeting atlof hH body in a trunk at the Nancy J Conner will leave in a few days for
m r m n I i wm l jl I

Montgomery, Aia., on sept. 16, and I ranroaa station, xne lavyers mtro-1 jjjs home.

every one interested in the future of duced them, banning witn a nounsni TTncip pPter Durisoe went to the

this great industry should arrange to I of hi.-j weather-beaten hat and bend-1 county seat to" attend to business
attend. The life of the peanut indus-ling ?iow, Landru said simply: "Iy I Wednesday.

try in tne united Mates depends on nomages, maaame." - xi The following composed a party
the farmer securing a price that will : which spent several days last week
allow him a profit on his crop. The IT WOULD BE GOOD POLICY- fishing at Salt Springs and visiting
crushers, shellers and cleaners who 'TO LET HIM ALONE silver Glen and JuniDer Serines: Mr.

have invested large sums of money and Mrs. H. G. Reynolds, Mrs. Bonnie

m establishing plants irr,; the peanut ( Associatea Fres) Reynolds, Bruce Griggs, Max Griggs
territory in order to put the farmers' Ijondon, Sept. 9. The Irish Self-J anj famny. Guv and Sam Grizzs.

stock of peanuts on the market in t Determination League quotes Mayor I perrv Richard Lucian Manning and

vanuus iurins, are as anxious 10 pay i ui-chcchj a ois.ci as oij-ug mc "j Ijake fludnal

tne iarmer a good price for his pro-1 or win not ooey an order trom irisn i mss Martha Powell leaves Wed-

duct as he is to receive it; but the republican authorities to cease his J neSjay f0r Tampa to spend a week

neavy importation of foreign nuts-and nunger striKe. with her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Grantham,

oil the past season, resulting, m the before eoing to Southern College at

present slump in prices, is proof that AMERICxN SWIMJIINGr- : Sutherland, where she will be a stud-

unless tnere is a united effort put I mtu nsoKxiuiQu. kixaxm h.l ien. this vear

fortft by the grower and buyer to sc. ; - ; J. N. Stevens attended to business

cure a protective tarut on these com-l Assucia.tea rrass y:. jafc tfa countv seat Tuesday.

modities, we cannot hope to secure a ns.msgate, England, iept. Jtien-i Misa Gladvs Stanatand lft. Thnrt

price in proportion to the cost of pro- ry Sullivan of Xowell, Mass who lastfy for Greenville, Si C, to attend

duction in open competition with the pignc started irom .uoyer, to swim tne conege

loreign nuts and oil produced at I ing usn cnannei, was reponea six

prices far below, what the American miieB irom tne j'rencn coast tnis OAK VALE

J? ' At. A. ' 1 MttWIIklVI 1 I -

iarmer. can grow mem ftnt-Vab. Rnt. Mr. Wilton

The United Peanut Association of mmnivw I TrAWAn -a t ,-a itr wf.

zer and "daughter Hazel and Mr.

Rorhnnk. Sent. 9. A weddiai? Runkle of Gainesville, came over

Marion Camp N. 56, U. C. V., met
September 7th, 19:20, with W. E. Mc Mc-Gahagin,
Gahagin, Mc-Gahagin, commanding. Prayer by
Chaplain Folks. The following com comrades
rades comrades answered t(r roll call:' Alfred
Ayer, J. F. Barron, J. L. Beek, J. H.
Badger, R. A. Carlton; P. L. Durisoe,
M. P. Frink, W. J. Folks, M. L. Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, F. E. Harris, W. A. Hammond,
J. C. Ma chews, W.-E. McGahagin, B.
II. Norris, C. C. Priest, M. L. Payne,
John Pasteur, William Richardson, I.
P. Stevens, G. R. Smith, L. D. Geiger.
The adjutant read a communication
from G. Z. Phillips, passenger agent
of the S. A. L. R. R., in regard to a
special train from Jacksonville to

Houston, to leave Jacksonville on the
morning of Oct. -4th and arrive at
Houston on the afternoon of Oct. 5th.
The following comrades were nam nam-ed
ed nam-ed as delegates to Hhe Houston re reunion:
union: reunion: F. E. Harris, J. F. Barron, W.
E. McGahagin, W. J. Folks, J. H.
Badger M. P. Frink, J. C. Mathews
and D. II. Irvine.
Comrade F. E. Harris read a fine
editorial m the .-' Jacksonville Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis on the old Confederate sol soldiers
diers soldiers that every living veteran should
read.
Comrade Hammond read an cmus-

letter from ar. old veteran to the

governor.

A If red A y er, A d j t.-

SUGAR PRODUCERS
REAP RICH REWARDS

America has for its objects a. pro

tective tariff on foreign peanuts and

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uTZSUTZ escn, sumption of peanuts and peanut pro.

,!.,,- -n ;.

v.a nin,iuiii tmuigu ui : , i-- Cimdow aftornnnn at I Messrs. C. W Bover and K. II.

i h. m i m bit ',- wva. uiauv- uuuuuj wA.a,w v -
advertising. The accomplishment .of he M- MozelIe prt Reddick made a trip to Bronson Tues-
fnOC-l 1 Fl I jOrtT" CP W. f VI r f-i T-T-"1 Si AC I -

.WJa became the bride of Mr. John W.Hol- day ta see the school board about

man. The wpddincr was solemnized 1 providing some way to get their

additional child may be. made.

B. Goldman,
Head of Department of Justice.

urdmance thereupon placed uponATy,Q nantB

adopted by sections, Placed upon cf,f. .. ..

third and final reading, read by title sociation. Matters of reat impor

-a.u -Itance to all; interested in the peanut

which came as a great surprise to the! Sunday to see the -Clancy and Boy er

manv friends of the contracting par-1 lamiues.

Messrs.C W. JBoyer and K. it.

verypeanut grower m the United t tJie-Methodist parsonage in Ocala, children to school as the Ebenezer
oroa e rn Irf H tv am K r- thin I w. 1 ..

Rev. C. W. White, pastor of the school m Marion county, where tney
church, officiating and the ceremony have been sending, hasn't a teacher
wa. witnessed by a fevr friends and yet.
near relatives. ; The bride was becom- Miss Lou Eva Anderson and sister,

insly eowned-in a .silk coat suit oflLeola have entered the Williston

and Winor as swflai rnmrnittpa w "aiuc "c. w .. on-jiv with shoes and hat to match, graded school again this year. We

rw l fir0n im Trio t I Iz-viir .t. r -nrTaA ffAnt fll v I ... r ...

the t "V V Mrs. Holman is the daughter of Mr. understand tnatJosieJfieiaingw.il

tucu naic umi liivucu tu auute&a

upon roll call.

industry will be taken up at the

- nr t ji iiuuushj n in ut banc
President Mclver thereupon ap- UTrtT,fjLaw a-

vided for in said ordinance for

mapcc.iuu.vx auwrnouiies xor nire. Uv. ..;

go

of any tree, flower, shrub, palm, plant TOT V J community and: a. very successful from a weeK's visix with Mr ana Birs.

j t.i..i ""vw - unrn!in h.a -Ttti tj i h .-a. iarson ot itaieirn inev. wixn

XdJL tilvl ili 1 MViuiut . vvvn ,) I w -e

and Mrs. J. K. Priest, her father be- with them.

ing one of the pioneer Kettlers in this Mrs. W. F. King returned Saturday

or other growing thmgrn anj public Heflin of Alabama. Representative H.

rr:i:i7. B--Segall, Ozatk, Ala.; Represent.

monument or work of art in any such

fT1rt( VWtlMlM4tMM ill A nH.!i ..- 1

lumuiuug uie wrumg upua, M Ala."

CZl 7 X mjuK;uy Dr. Geo. W. Carver of Tuskegee,
chair m any such place; A,a- win address the meeti ontoth

moved to Florida from; Georgia and! Mrs. Sallie Reddick and granddaugh

the injury or defacement of .any ftr property at Anthony, ter, Mary and rercy iarson went on;

such T X. ' where the happy couple will be at to tne lake ana naa a nsn iry.

xvepresemative c.. uent, iiiontgom- h after the middle of September. Mr. Henry Anderson Jr. has im-
I nrtr Ala'- I . . .. .1 :...!.. i A

Mr. and Mrs. liolman have the Destiprovea enougn 10 maw me inp to
wh;hes of their many friends here. visit his brother. Dr. E. B. Anderson

San Juan, P. R ., Aug 25.Divi-

dends declared by the South Porto

Rico Sugar Comx'any and the Fa Fa-jardo
jardo Fa-jardo Sugar Comjjany, which it was
announced recently in New York,
would reach 100 per cent, are not the
only large gugar dividends that are
being declared thi;j year.
.The Santa Isabel Sugar Company
has declared a cash dividend of ICO
per cent, which is probably the high highest
est highest dividend that will be paid by any
sugar company in Porto Rico this
year. Other sugar properties may
yield a return eq .a! to or in excess
of the Santa Isabel dividend but so
far they have not been reported as
having been declared in the form of
dividends.

The Santa Isabel dividend is all in
cash, while the dividend of South
Porto Rico Sugar Company has been
declared in the form of a stock divi dividend,
dend, dividend, new common stock being issued
for each share of common stock now
outstanding. The 100. per cent divi dividend
dend dividend of the Pajardo Sugar Company
amounts to 30 per cent in cash and
70 per cent in stc-:k.
Most of the sugar companies in the
island, it is believed, will declare div dividends
idends dividends that will probably reach 50
per cent

prohibiting the; injury or interference

various uses of peanuts. Mr. Chas.

.-.-.V. i I vuiiuu. uses vx yx

KiVf- .Is any buca piace; pro- W. Holman of the national board of
hibitmg the removal, injury or de- farm organization., will nresent some
facement of any fence, railing, pro- Jm organizations, will present some
ftw .tL-T -J. interesting facts regarding im porta-

::'::L5rtLT. tions of vegetable oils.

:v I- L Do not fail to attend this meet.

' T a&,-urB Ui ing or at least see that representative

AiW """l"f BU c"u farmers from -tevery county in the
vidmg a penalty for its violation, was .:.- a rL a

returned by the head of the depart-V l

u..u vu.iu auu uuai icauiug, tcau
and adopted by title, alf members

voting yea upon roll call. I city of Ocala for hauling for hire any

Mrs. Ed Hill and family of Miami of High Springs.

are visiting Mrs. Hill's mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. IL A. Larson of Ra Ra-G.
G. Ra-G. A.Clineman. : leigh and Mrs.-W. F. King of Wilils-

The Burbank school has opened and ton went to Ocala Thursday via

is f progressing nicely with Mrs. Jas. Blitchton. They found some very

I. VTaylor as teacher. The Marshville bad roads and lise Uncle Josn. on
school has been consolidated with his trip to New York, they got bump bump-our
our bump-our school and the pupils from there ed all around.

are being transported back and forth j Mr. Farral Boyer and brother,

Melvin of Leesburg, took advantage

Mr. Hugh McManus, who has been! of Labor Day and came over to see

in Palnt.kn for several months, has I their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.

EVERWEAR HOSIERY for ladies,
a pure thread silk hose at $2.00 at

FISHEL'S.

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returned to his home here. I Boyer.- They stopped at Mornston to

Mr. Billingsley of Reddick, spent J see their aunt, Mrs. Lawton Priest

The following report was read and other load than passengers shall pay last week here. : land brought Miss Gussie driest ana

adonted : Ocala. Fla Sent. 7. 1 920 the f ollowiner license tax : I Mr. Wm. M. McKim Jr. of Sanf ord I sister, Maggie witn tnem.

Honorable Gitv rnm.nl! 4 Each truck not more than one ton. I hi visiting his sister. Mrs. H. I. Tur-I Mr. Gordon Epperson after enjoy-

The undersiirned to whom was re- $5: each truck of more than one ton ner. mg a tnree weeKs vacation, is again

Attend the

mcert

AT-

ferred the ordinance introduced at I and not more than two tons, $12.50;

the meeting held on the 17th of Au- each truck of more than two tons and
gustt, 1920, same being an ordinance not more than four tons, $17.50; each
enttitled "An ordinance fixing the truck of more than four tori?, $50.
license tax to be paid for operating B. Goldman,
automobile trucks in 7 the city of Head of Department of Justice..
Ocala for hauling for hire any other Ordinance thereupon placed upon
load than passengers begs to report second reading, read and adopted by
that I recommend tthat the same be sections, placed upon third and final
amended by changing section 1 of said reading, read and adopted by title, all
ordinance to read as follows: members voting yea upon roll call.
Section 1. That any person ope- Council thereupon adjourned till

company rating any automobile truck in the next regular meeting.

Mrs. V. H. Turner and son, Ray-Ion the mail Toute.

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week from a very delightful trip to! Grocery, 20 cent3 per quart. .8-4 1

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Mr. Neighbour will highly value and
greatly treasure it.

A woman asked W. II. Scott, a po

liceman, how to reach an address
last night. Scott told her.

"Thanks," said the woman and

reaching into a pocket of her coat,
took out a plug of tobacco and bit

of? a chew. Scott arrested her on a
charge of disturbing the peace. Jus

tice John M. Kennedy dismissed the

case.

"If a woman may vote, why

sbouldn't she chew?" inquired the
judge. Dispatch.

Why shouldn't she chew anyhow, if
she wants to ?

MOSS BLUFF

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There is a dispute here a3 to wheth whether
er whether the salaries of he county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners can be reduced, in consequence
of the falling off of the population of
Marion county reported in the cen census.
sus. census. We don't think they can, for the
foliowiifgreasons; First, we don't be believe
lieve believe that the salary of any public of official
ficial official can be either raised or reduced
during the term f at which he was
elected Second, we are sure that the

officials of this county have not: re received
ceived received the official notice of its popula

tion. The county commissioners don t
receive enough for their work, any

how.

COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY

Florida Democratic Presidential
Electors

Martin Caraballo
Charles E. Jones
J. G. Sharon

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

It is cheerful to observe how one

strike after another is beaten.

Miss Helen Hunt, society editor of
the Times-Union, was the first woman

to register in Duval county.

Thank goodness, the hotels and
restaurants rue trusting us common

people with the sugar bowl and milk

pitcher again.

Very few peoole in America will

have much confidence in an investi

gating committee- of which Senator

Eecd is jT member.

There are a whole lot of things
people Can do without, and if they

stopped buying them a big bunch of

profiteer i would go out of business.

R. W, Bentley, managing editor of

.the Tampa Tribune, spent Sunday in

Clearwater. He did not even go to

the beach to see how they looked. looked.-Clearwater
Clearwater looked.-Clearwater Sun. ;
Maybe Bob already knows

Senator Harding started out to
"nail the falsehood" of Governor
Cox; but from the pained expression
on his face and the sounds coming
from the front poreh, we assume he
hit the wron rnxil. Tampa Tribune.
Fingernail?

We asked an extra intelligent lady

yesterday who she was goin to vote

for. She said she was going to vote

for Cox, and, when we told her she

wouldn't, wanted to know why, and
would not at first believe us when
we told her his name wouldn't be on
the ticket. A great many women

have never heard of the electoral col college.
lege. college. They had better study the list
of democratic electors at the headof

the firs,t. editorial column of this paper-every
issue. A good many of the

men had better do likewise. The elec-.

tors of all parties are run in to together,
gether, together, and the voters will have to

rely on their memories.

BELLE VIEW

Moss Bluff, Sept. 8. Miss Hoyt

Martin returned home after several
day3 spent in Rodman and Sparr, vis visiting
iting visiting relatives and friends. Miss Hoyt

expects to leave soon for Palatka,
where she will attend school this win

ter.
: Several in our community are oit
the sick list. We wish for them a
speedy recovery.
After several weeks spent in Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, Miss Mamie Cochran returned
home Wednesday. She expects to
leave Tuesday for Georgia, where she
will attena school this winter.
Miss Annie Laurie Roush of
Brooks ville, returned home Sunday
after spending several weeks here
with her cousin, Miss Martha Fort.

Mr. -and Mrs." .Will Morrison have
moved to Orlando, where Mr. Morri Morrison
son Morrison has a position.
Quite a number from our vicinity
attended services at Electra Sunday
morning and evening.
Mrs. Lester Wheeler called on Mrs.
Oliver Fort Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. L A; Griggs left Monday to
begin her school at Lake Bryant.

The many relatives and friends

here of Mrs. Jack Snell greatly sym sympathize
pathize sympathize with her in the loss of her
husband, who passed away Tuesday
night. Mr. Snell was a member' of
the Christian church here.
' Quite a number from here motored
to Lake Weir Sunday afternoon and

enjoyed a splash in- the cool waters
of the lake.

SUMMERFIELD

Brooksville has a good ball team.
It has to be good to beat Ocala. A
week from today the Brooksville
team will play Ocala in Ocala, and
the Ocala boya are greasing their
joints with kerosene oil every morn morn-'
' morn-' ing when they arise from their
ccuches.

England is said to be successfully
attacking" the school problem by
doubling the teachers' salaries. When
she solves this problem she may turn
her attention to the problem of the
tax payers. Toronto Mail and Em Empire.
pire. Empire. -Taxpayers! Who cares for the tax taxpayers?"
payers?" taxpayers?"

The Canadian papers don't seem to
have a very high opinion of the re republican
publican republican candidatq. One of them
says: "Senator Harding admits that
it will cost about $3,000,000 to elect
him j and our idea i3 that the Ameri American
can American contributors would make a
better deal by entrusting their mon money
ey money to Ponzi."
Efforts ate being made to secure a
pardon for Mendenhall, sentenced to
life imprisonment in the state con convict
vict convict camp. Well,: all Mendenhall did
was to murder a girl whom he had
betrayed, and her mother, and burn
their bodies. The Florida pardoning
board would be expected to overlook
a little crime like that. Miami Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. It has already overlooked a num number
ber number half as lad.

The

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devil savs it looks tn

him li.'r? a v.iste of time to build
seats for the crowd to sit down on
when D?m psey fights. Nobody would
;mind standing: up,-he declares, during
that brief ?Peli. St. Aucustine Re-
cord. '
If an enemy ever invades this
country, Dempsey's admirers will
need seats beside a foot track a thou thousand
sand thousand mikg long-, in order to pre their
champion do a" Marathon to the rear.

Rev. John J. Neighbour has receiv received
ed received from the'. British',: government, a
beautiful star-medal, which would
have been conferred; had he lived, on
his brother, Henry W. Neighbour of
the Lincoln regiment, who died brave bravely
ly bravely fighting for his country and all
civilization in the Dardanelles cara-

Belleview. Sent. 8. Rev. Lawhon

and family returned home last Wed

nesday from a very delightful trip up

the East Coast. They took the trip

in their car and spent a month visit

ing' many interesting "places, includ

ing St. Augustine.

Miss Grace Stanley is entertaining
her cousins, the Misses Stanley, of

Sanford this week.

The B. Y. P. U. held a husiness
meeting at the home of Mrs. I. I.
Strong Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. OS. hade, Mr.
Charley Shram and the Hetherington
twins of aJcksonville, were guests at
the Lake View House from Saturday
till Tuesday, making the trip by auto.
Mr. Lbrin Martin returned to his
home here Saturday from West Mc Mc-Henry,
Henry, Mc-Henry, 111.
Miss Sadie Noland, who has been
visiting MrsJim Shedd for some
time, returned to Atlanta, Saturday
to teach school the coming winter.
Rev. Martin held services at the

Baptist church last Sunday, morning
and. evening.
Mr. Hightower and Raymond Gale
are working at Lake George this
week. .
Our school began here Monday
morning with two new teachers. Miss
Clara Ledbetter- as principal, and
Mrs. Matchet as assistant.
The B. YP. U. gave a peanut bo3 bo3-ing
ing bo3-ing at their park Tuesday night and
all had a very enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mrs. Kidd and family and
Ethel, Freeman spent the day at Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs Sunday. r
- The Baptist Young People's Union
will" put on its usual Sunday night
program at Oxford next Sunday
night. Everybody is cordially invit invited
ed invited to attend.

Summer-field, Sept. 7. Miss Grace

Dillard. of Fort Lauderdale, who has

been visiting with Miss Gertrude
Mayo the past week, left .Sunday for

Clearwater,. for a short stay with her

brother, Mr. A. Dillard.

Missv Sallie Hunt, who for several

weeks has been a guest at the Led

better home, returned to hex home in

Cordele, Ga., Sunday.

Mr. Hunt Ledbetter left Monday

for College Park, Ga.,: where he will

enter the Georgia Military Academy.

Mr. R. E. Coats left Wednesday for
his home in Fort Meade for a visit
with home folks before "entering into

his new work at Oxford.

Mr. Detwilder arrived Tuesday to

accept a position as bookkeeper for

the Hart Lumber & Veneer Co. : 1

Mr. Geo. T. Condrey visited friends

in Summerfield last Sunday.

Our efficient railroad agent, Mr. H

C. Groff, who has been in bad health

for the last two months has gone to

Asheville, N. C, to recuperate. In

his absence Mr. Arthur Brown is

looking after the Seaboard's interests

and serving the people.

September Specials, 36-in. Good
Quality BLEACHING 35c; 39-inch

DOMESTICS 24 c. FISH EL'S, tf

Why throw away $2 to $5 more on
hats bought at a millinery store, whea
a hat bought at FISHEL'S is just as
chic and becoming and so much
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BLITCIITON

Blitchton, Sept. 8. There will be
services at the Baptist church Sunday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Mr. J. L. Edwards of Ocala was a
visitor this week.
Mrs. J. J. Harris of Dunnellon is
spending this week here visiting
friends.
Our school-teacher failed to arrive
from Kentut-ky this week, but will
open school on ihe 13th.
Messrs. B. R. and Fenton Blitch
visited Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rouse of Avon Park,
were Tuesday visitors.

SOME REAL ESTATE

' TRANSACTIONS AT CITRA

CitraSepk 8. Mrand Mrs. T. B
Fitzpatrick of Fort Williams, Canada

have just arrived and are now in
possession of the 150-acre farm for formerly
merly formerly belonging, to Mr. Sam Martin
of Fort McCoy. Mr. Fitzpatrick is
troing to convert this place into a

stock farm and is planning on keep

ing pure', bred stock only. : This farm

will now be known as the Alice Dale
Stock Farm. It is located near Fort

McCoy. We congratulate tne new

owner and feel that he is going to
make good, as part of the farm is in

a high state of cultivation and the

soil will produce many things, as wel

as citrus fruits.

Mr. G. H. Noiske has just purchas

ed the 50-acre farm formerly belong

ing to Mr. E. O. Cordrey of Lynne

This farm- has about seven acres of

bearing citrus trees, besides severa

thousand feet of yellow pine timber.
The 'new owner is going to build. a
bungalow near" the lake and figures

on planting more citrus fruit trees.
This is good fruit ,Iand and the farm
has art ideal location. -' 1
Mr. Davis Whiteside of Lewiston,
Me., has just purchased the 40-acre
farm known as the George Ellis place.
This valuable property is suited for
general farming, trucking and citrus
fruits. Mr. Whiteside and family are
now living on the farm: and are al already
ready already preparing for a fall crop. Mr.
Whiteside is a hustler and we have
no doubt but that he will make good.
Mr. T. Coffin of Chicago, a civil
engineer, has been prospecting in and
around Citra. We don't know what
he is up to but should be surprised if
something surprising should turn up
in the near future.
- Mr, P.Mecthensimer and family
have just arrived from the north And
are located in their new home at

AKGIfG TIIEia NATIONALITY

The long heralded arrival of the

navy's prizes of war ended on Aug. j

9th j when the three German destroy destroyers,
ers, destroyers, the dreadnaught Ostf riesland and
thef cruiser Frankfurt arrived off
Sandy Hook.

First came the mighty dread-

naught, under her own steam and

towing' the Frankfurt, followed py
the three destroyers ?also under tow
of ; three mine sweepers. The Stars
and Stripes were floating proudly at

the gaff, as from any American ship,
and the only German earmarks dis-

ceraable, was the distinct type of

construction used by the German
navy. ';:.:,-' v.' -'".,;

These ships were brought over

from the other side by American
crews, who were sent over to place

them in commission- several months
ago. The ordeal which these- men

passed through was a hard one. The
Germans had left nothing undone

which would render them useful to

the' allies, and the magnitude of the

undertaking can be

engineers and electricians sent aboard

together with iship" fitters and plumb plumbers
ers plumbers to follow her electric leads and
steam and water lines, testing each,
and gradually feeling out the points
where they had been damaged.
The electricians had a big job,
and oh a ship where forty electric electricians
ians electricians arc used under regular steaming
conditions," nine.' Americans- repaired
the trouble, and placed the dynamo
rooms in commission for the trip.
The leads, a perfect maze of wires
and conduits, were gone over in order
to find which was which and all this

was done without the use of blue blueprints,
prints, blueprints, the Germans having destroyed
all blueprints of the ship. :
The Ostfriesland coaled at each
stop, and the men '' who brought her
over say that she is only a short dis distance
tance distance steamer which indicates that
she was never meant for heavy action
outside of the North Sea.
.Her construction is distinctly Ger German,
man, German, and differs in many ways from

and it is necessary to go to the main

'deck to gain access to any compart-

Anent" below decks. Her main deck.

itself is armored and her conning
tower carries, armor eighteen inches
thick. The conning tower was gutted
of all appliances, all -brass fittings
and other valuable appliances being
removed from the ship. The -guns
were cut with acetylene torches and
rendered useless, while acid was
poured into the dynamos. One of the
electricians upon er.tering a closed
torpedo room to trace a line was al

most overcome "with gas, and could
only enter after th place had been
thoroughly ventilated.
Her distribution rooms would do
credit to any great power plant, be being
ing being elaborately fitted out. Her crew
must not have been over-intelligent
or quick to grasp the details of their
surroundings, as every few feet signs
and" directions appear painted on the
bulkheads in German.;
When all this isgrasped, and it is

-realized that few cf these Amr-ricans

1 could read German, the ingenuity and'

that of American ships. Her com-

more easily iDartments are close and stuff v. filled

grasped when you Know that these : with complicated machinery piled in intelligence ot tim American i.mc i.mc-Anierican
Anierican i.mc-Anierican crews placed the dread-j a labyrinth of passage ways and a jackets comes to the front, for there
naught Ostfriesland i;a full : commis- perfect mess of control wires and men mastered the intricacies, of this
sion and brought her over under her communication tubes. Below decks German puzzle in thirty days and
own steam. This only after she had each compartment is shut off from steamed with her proudly into hmne
been thoroughly gone over and 'naval the other with no open passage ways, waters under her own power.

CJtra. Mr. Mecthensimer and son
are now, preparing ground for a veg vegetable
etable vegetable crop on their lakeside prop property.
erty. property. We wish them good luck and
know in a short time they will have
a nice grove started.
Thes farms were sold through Mr.
Sommers, representing the E. A.
Strout Farm Agency at Ciffa. Mr.
Commer has proven to be a live real
estate man as well as a farmer and
has just 'purchased a beautiful home

with a four-acre grove west of Citra.
Mr. Sommer is going to make this
the show place of this locality. A few
more home builders like these and
Citra will be second to none in the
county.

JEWISH NEW YEAR

All the good Jewish stores will be
closed all day Monday, September 13,
in celebration of New Year. 7-4t

EVER WEAR ,SOX, Lisles ? a box,
six pairs, for a limited time.
FISHEL'S. tf

WOODMEN 01? TiiE WORLD

Fort King Camp No.' 14' meets st
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. evry sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Cray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Ck r.k.

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partment department please phone 255.

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hall and daugh

ter, Miss Alma Hall and Mrs. Hall's
brother, Mr. W. L. Have, after a two
and a half month's visit to Sulphur
Springs, near Tampa, have returned
to Ocala.

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Samuel Leigh has gone

Tampa for a visit to relatives.

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Fresh milk daily at the Crescent

Grocery, 20 cents per quart. 8-4t

Miss Pauline Shafer after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to Tampa, has returned

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lijnight from a business trip to Jack Jack-is
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OCALA, FLORIDA

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The Klenzo Family complete is now

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j Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wimberly of
i!Orange Springs were Ocala visitors

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Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle i3 the

'guest of Mrs. W. A. Coin at Eustis
Hi this week.

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

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Mr. Raiford Simmons left Tuesday

m'for Statesboro, Ga., on a combined
; business and pleasure trip.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gay are the

J : proud -parents of a fine son born at

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CASH AND CARRY
7 N. Magnolia St

Fresh milk daily at the Crescent
Grocery, 20 cents per quart. 8-4t
Mr. and Mrs. Nichols and son oi
White Springs, arrived yesterday for
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nichols.

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sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.

Mrs. Shoal of Orange Springs,

who has been the guest of Mr. and
Sirs. Fred Vogt, has returned to her
home.

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Mrs. Y. H. Clark came up from
the lake today to be with her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Howard Clark, who
is so ill.

Before buying see our prices .oa
BLEACHING AND. DOMESTICS
FISHEL'S. tf

Mrs. Sidney Haile left today for
Gainesville, where she will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Evans Haile
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Newberry and
son, E. R. Jr. of Jacksonville, were
visitors in Jacksonville for several
days this week.
If you ask for Carter's Butternut
bread and are persuaded to take some
other, it's your hard luck. Insist upon
having Butternut. 9-tf
Mr. and Mrs. George Ford arrived
in Ocala Tuesday from their home in
Jacksonville for a few days visit with

the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.

A. Weathers.

JACKSONVILLE, I!;ORIDA

In the heart of the iity with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience is each room". Dining room service is
r.econd to none -

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IN SUNSHINE OR STORM
fflENTS, Awnings, Tarpaulins, Boat Tops, Ship
1 AwningsCovers, Bags and all kinds of canvas
articles to special order. Light, and Heavy
Canvas, Flags; Bunting, Wagon Umbrellas, Camp
Furniture, Life Preservers, Waterproofing, etc. ...;,

Get the habit of calling phone 243
when you want high class fresh meats

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

Mrs. Elizabeth Bonner is expected

to arrive Saturday from her home in
Texas, having been called here on ac account
count account of the illness of her daughtei,
Mrs. Howard Clark.

COLLEGE and SCHOOL GIRLS'
MIDDIES, a fine quality 2.50, at
FISHEL'S. tf

Mr. and Sirs. B. A. Weathers ar arrived
rived arrived home last night from Short
Hills, N. J. They were joined in Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah by Mr;s. Stephen Jewett and
daughters, who, will be their guests
for some weeks.

"Box, side and accordeon pleating.
Buttons covered. Hemstitching"; and
picot-edge work. Mail orders given
prompt attention. Address The Hem Hem-stitcher,
stitcher, Hem-stitcher, Gainesville, Fla. 7-6t
Mrs. J. H. Roller, wbo suffered a
paralytic stroke over a week ago. con continues
tinues continues in a serious condition.". Her
daughter in Indiana has been sum summoned
moned summoned by telegraph and is expected

to arrive tomorrow.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing,& Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

The U. D. C. will hold their month

ly meeting Friday afternoon at four
o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. T.
Lancaster on Fort King avenue, Mrs.
Lancaster an ddaughter. Miss Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy being the hostesses.

"Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,

gnats and other insects; 25 cents the
bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Miss Lucille' Gissendaner will spend

next week in Jacksonville as the
guest of Miss Elizabeth Williams, at

her home on East Monroe street, and
will join a group of Jacksonville
girls leaving for the state college at
Tallahassee.

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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 HONEY'S
WORTH AND MORE.
Won't, you let us help make you happy?

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Jleet me at the American. Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
ainoer family style. Best dinner in
the state for. 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2: GO p. m. 17-tf 1

xMrs. D. R. Connor accompanied by

her sister, Mrs. Blasingame of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, arrived here last night, Mrs.
Connor, who has been away some

time, first visited relatives at Lumber

City, Ga.,. afterwards spending sev-.
eral weeks at Clayton, Ga. She re

turns much improved in health, which

is exceedingly gratifying to her
friends.

HEMSTITCHING and Pecot-Edg-

mg. very best work on new, modern
machine. Work guaranteed. Mail

orders returned promptly. Address,
Singer Machine. Co. OfSce with Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Printing Co., Ocala, Fla. 8-6t

Miss Lois Dickson, a bright 4 and
accomplished young lady of Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, left the past week for Bridge Bridgeport,
port, Bridgeport, Ala., to take charge of the
music department of the Tennessee
River Institute there. We congratu congratulate
late congratulate the institution upon being able to
secure the services of this accom accomplished
plished accomplished Marion county girl and wish
her much success in her new field.

Waxed lunch paper 12 x 18 inches

will keep your lunch fresh and sweet,

whether it be on a picnic excursion

or for placing cheese, butter, etc., in

the refrigerator. Ask us about this.

Court Pharmacy. Phone 234. 9-3t.

TURNER FARM

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

Mrs. Listern Lang, who with her

fljdaughter, Miss Willie May Lang is
J j visiting relatives in Gainesville, '-spent
1 ; yesterday in Ocala, returning to

Gainesville today.

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Xot'ii-p is hf-rebv given to all whom
it ir. ay concern, that I. Robert T.
Adams as "uardian of Dorothy Adams,
minor, will 4.n the 2Sth clay of Septem September,
ber, September, A.-U. li20, arply to tiie Honorable
VV. K. .tnith, county jaJe in an.l for
ilarion county, at 10 o'clock a. m., or
as .coon thf-ryatter as the matter can
i- hear-!, fur authority to lease for
riirif-tv-r.ire Je-irs, the following de de-ccribf.l
ccribf.l de-ccribf.l rral estate, in Clarion county,
Flortla; to-wit: AH of block 63 of the
OM -Survey of Ocala. except that part
thereof upon which is situated, the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Ooat Line railroad -depot.
A 1 1 ft- estate in said land belonging
to tiio '-state of Dorothy C. EJward3,
and to bo leased for the best interest
of said njinor.
D.itod .uari:st 20, A. D. 1920.
2fi-4t-thurs K. T. ADAM'S, Guardian.

"Yes, I jrot this one alsoat Fishel's;
why dun't you t just go down there

antl look at their Millinery; you don't
have to buy and they will gladly
show you." tf

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(note new location)
PIANOS :
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RECORDS : . j"
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PHONOGRAPH and
SEWING MACHINE
; REPAIRING
Hcaslildilca 12 and 15c

Use a good Klenzo Tooth Brash.
Soli only et Gerig's Drug Store, tf

Mrs. James Metcalf of Gainesville,
formerly Miss Mildred Blankenship

of Dunnellon, is in Ocala, the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blanken

ship on South Lime street.

Universal Vacuum Bottles keep
your liquids hot or cold as desired.

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-3t

Turner Farm, Sept. 9. Our farm

ers are busy gathering and hauling

in corn, clearing the way for the

mowing machines, which means mcr

hay.

Mr. Sylvester Smith made a busi

ness trip to Ocala Saturday.

Our photographer has returned and

will board with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.

Waldron while doing work here.

Mrs. A. J. Wade and daughter

called on Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wells

Sunday afternoon.

Mr. T.k M. Hardee and family visit

ed Lochloosa Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Waldron visited

their son-in-law Sunday at Bay
Lake. He has been ill for several

weeks.

The writer saw Mr. II.- D. Davis

and the "merry widow'' going for a

ride Sunday afternoon.- She was

teaching him to drive.

Mrs. L. C. Bell and daughter,

Margaret and Mrs. Bell's sifter. Miss

Carrie Barco, arrived home yesterday

from Hernando, where Mrs. Bell and

daughters have been visiting rela

tives.

Our stock of fresh seeIs for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed

Store. 8-11-tf

per yard

.TERMS TO SUIT

Mr. and Mrs. Mills, BIr. and Mrs.
William Stroud and little daughter,
Nell and Miss. Pauline Collins have

taken one of the Connor cottages at

North Lake Weir for a several weeks

outing.

Miss Claudia O'Neal returned last
night from Jacksonville, where she
has been most pleasantly entertained

at the home of Mrs. Clarence Phil Phillips
lips Phillips and Mrs. John Blalock. Mis.

George Taylor will remain a few

day3 longer in Jacksonville. :

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The reason that the world is so much more comfort comfortable
able comfortable and convenient a place nowadays, is bec&usa ad advertising
vertising advertising has made it possible for merchants and
manufacturers to tell you what they have to c.Ter,
without waiting for the news to spread by word cf
mouth.

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The advertiser has been able to tell many pvople at
once about his goods. In this way he can sell a gret
many more articles in a given time and' therefore
more cheaply. Because of advertising it has Lcrn
possible to invent, develop and market countless ar articles
ticles articles of comfort that you now think of as necessi necessities,
ties, necessities, which some years ago even the wealthy could
not have bought. It would not have paid to make a
few to order.

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The advertisements are something more than type
and talk. They are a daily service your r2x-r fur furnishes
nishes furnishes you in additon to the other imrjortant news of
the world.

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CALVARY

Calvary, Sept. 8. Mrs. George

Buhl and children were visiting Mrs.
J. W. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison last

Tuesday. We are always glad to see

Mrs. Buhl and the children.

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Smith and

daughter are home from Alabama,

where they have been for some time.

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crosbv and

Miss Jessie Morrison came out Sun

day and spent the day with relatives

here.

We are all looking forward with

pleasure to the opening of school nex
Monday.

Mrs. Miller and children and Mrs.
Miller's niece were visiting relatives

in Calvary last Monday.

Dpnt fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

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

GOOD YEAR: AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

' Exd-sive Aoenls for "VESTA DATIEHY, 18 Uo. G::ztzzzz
An 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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. Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 E. A. M., cn the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. in.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature thi3 morning, 9; this
afternoon, 88.'
The many friends of Miss Ullainee
Barnett are rejoicing over her return
from Moultrie, Ga.
Mr. Villalonga P.' Smith and son,
Mr. James Smith, of Wacahoota, were
in the city yesterday.

September special,
quality BLEACHING
FISHEL'S.
36-inch gooa
35 cents at
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Dr. G. C. Shephard 13 expected
home from his visit, to Kentucky and
Southern Indiana today, i
Mrs. M. E. Ervin and daughter,
Miss Ruth, are home from a pleasant
vacation at Waynesville, N. C.
Leggett's Premier Coffee, the real
morning "joy cup" at Cook's Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 243. C-tf
Miss Lois Livingston, who has been
visiting relatives in South Carolina
for some time, has joined her pretty
sisters in the Livingston, home circle.
Dr. H. F. Watt and wife and little
daughter Helen returned from New
York yesterday and are again in
their pretty home on Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Milby Lloyd returned yester
day from a business and pleasure
trip to the north. Mrs. Lloyd will
follow him when the weather is
cooler.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nos and
Throat. CLlce over 5 and 18 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. t if
Mrs. Charles Feyser returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from her visit to New York,
and her two nieces, Misses Carolyn
and Eabette Peyser are expected
home tomorrow from Miami.
Mrs. Florence George will leave
her old home at Morriston this week
for her new home at Clearwater. Her
Marion and Levy county friends will
greatly miss this charming and use useful
ful useful woman.
Following is the line-up for Ocala
in the ball game this afternoon:
Mickler or LufTman,p; Leavengood,
c; Dansbie, lb; Fallow, 2b; F. Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sb; Denham, ss; Harris, If; Lid Lid-dell,
dell, Lid-dell, cf ; Younge, rf.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hadsock and
daughter. Miss Cecile, left Tuesday
for the; new home near Fort Myers.
Ocala people will miss this clever
family, but wish them happiness and
success in their new home.
Mr. Sam Leigh, one of the smartest
drug salesmen in' the state, has been,
rewarded by his firm for his. good
work, by an extra-fine vacation,- He
left last night, for Indianapolis, Min Minneapolis,
neapolis, Minneapolis, and other points of interest
in the central and northern west
While he is absent Mrs. Leigh will
visit her sister in Tampa.
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day, yesterday, on a visit to the industrial school.

The county commissioners are busy
examining and pricing road machin machinery.
ery. machinery. They have examined samples
brought here by agents and expect
to go to Orange Heights, Alachua
county, tomorrow, to examine a full
set there.
Plants Revived by Sleep.
After the periol of growth in spring
and summer there is a period of dor dormancy
mancy dormancy in plants before the cold weath weather
er weather sets in, and if plants are maintained
artificially at a high temperature this
dormant period persists. Exposure to
cold is needed to activate the plant
for another period of growth. Perhaps
the liberation of enzymes acts on the
stored starches, converting them into
sugars, or the phenomenon may be
due to a change in the permeability of
the cell-membrane. Though normally
the stimulus required for a renewal
of growth is supplied by cold, mechan mechanical
ical mechanical Injury or a period of drying may
have the same effect. The process
occurs Independently in any exposed
part of the plant, so that if one or
two branches of a plant be kept con continually
tinually continually warm while the other is sub subjected
jected subjected to the usual winter chilling, the
former will not develop normally on
the return of summer temperature,
though the latter develops-as usual.
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OPERATION
Delco-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal coal-oil
oil coal-oil lamps. One gallon of coal
oil gives you' four times as
much light when used, for fuel
in Delco-Light as it gives in
coal-oil lamps.
Write for catalog.
II. W. TUCKEI
Ocala, Fla.
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The Florida Citrus Exchange had its biggest and most successful year
in 1919-20.
Outstanding features were larger volume, wider distribution, lower
costs of operation and more successful returns than ever before.
, In addition to money earned for grower members by the organization,
it saves them vast sums through the traffic and claim department and the
Exchange Supply Company.
In eyery part of Florida, citrus growers are awake to the advantages
of membership in the Exchange, and to accommodate new members four
new local associations were formed recently in two weeks.
Ten or twelve new Exchange packing houses are in coure of erection
and many already large houses are constructing additions, some of them
to double present capacity. One big ice plant and three pre-cooling plants
are building.
To obtain the benefits of the Florida Citrus Exchange for the approaching
season, you must take membership before it opens. For full information -write
to the business manager at Tampa, consult the manager of the local
association nearest to you or call on
. K'Jarion Cocnly Citrus Sub-Exchange
o First NaUonal Bank Building
Leesburg, Florida.
Eleven years of unqualified success. Proven
stability. Increasing advantages to members.

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YOU CAN SAVE
Many Dollars
On your shoe bills by having us re
build your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. ... ". .
MAZOFJ & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Drug Store
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ifs as much as requisite as artistic de
sign and execution. I It ia found in
every memorial tsone we erect.
Whether the stone chosen be of the
simplest .or; the most ornate descrip
tion it wil lalways be within the
bounds of good taste if ordered here
Book, of designs shown any time any
where.
OCAIA MARBLEWORKS
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The Daily & Sunday
MIAMI HERALD
One of the best newspapers
published in Florida. Associat Associated
ed Associated Pres9 News Service, State
and City news secured by com-
petent reporters. Financial and
Market reports. Sporting news
and various comic features. An
exceptionally well edited -conservative
editorial page.. The
news columns are arranged 'so
the business man can get the
gist of the day's news easily.
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GIVES HIS GUESTS GOOD GRUB

The Colonial Hotel is doing a big
business this : summer. Its dining
room is always crowded and Land Landlord
lord Landlord Layton gives his guests good
grub.. The 'Wisteria next door is fill
ed with roomers, and to add to the
accommodations for the tourists ex expected
pected expected soon the house formerly oc occupied
cupied occupied by the Marion County Hospi-
al has been leased and is being over
hauled and refurnished. It is an old
but very comfortable house, and will
be an excellent addition to the group
of Colonial accommodations.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. IS.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
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, a a
Chas. K: Sage. K. of R. & S.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S5. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 28S, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren ; always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, .113 Main street.
Vt;::':-;'C Y. Miller, E. E E-E.
E. E-E. J. Crook, Secretary.
; To see a full moon forming the back background
ground background of a church steeple, you will
hear of a friend's marriage.
Almost as popular a superstition &9
throwing salt over the shoulder is
making a wish on a new, moon. v
To the Danes is attributed the fancy
that the moon is made of cheese made
from the milk of the milky way.
If you see a new moon first through
a window pane, turn over a coin in
your pocket to break .the 111 luck.
" Cutting and singeing hair at differ different
ent different periods of the tnoon is still a pop popular
ular popular habit, although nonsuperstitious
folk sanely protest it is the regularity
of the clipping and singeing that has
the effect.
SAYS THE OWL
Talk Isn't always cheap when money
talks.
Some puns are almost as pointles
as women's pencils.
He who has no friends doesn't have
to lend them money..
A good many moving spectacles ar ar-Czt
Czt ar-Czt ? Ktipss land!rr,,a
Get the habit of reading the ads.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air line
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:09 a. m
Leave for Tampa. ....... 2:10 a. ra, ;
Arrive from Jacksonville., lwup.m.
Leave:for Tampa......... l:50p.w
Arrive from Jacksonville. 4:4 p. m.
Leave for Tampa 4:25 p. m.
Arrive from Tampa ....... 2:14 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville ... 2:15 a. m.
Arrive from Tampa. ...... 1:35 p. m.
Leave f or 5 Jacksonville. . 1:55 p. m.
Arrive from Tampa . . 4:04 p. in.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:0a p. ra.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville . 2 :4.8 a. m.
Leave, for St. Petersburg.. 2:49 a. m,
Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:34 p. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. ra.
Leave for Leesburg... ....10:13 p.m.
Arrive from ot, Petersburg 2:11a. cu
Leave for Jacksonville. . 2:12 a. ra.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville . . 1 :45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg .... 6:41 a. ia.
Ieave for Jacksonville. . 6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa. . 1.25 p. m.
Leave for, Homosassa. . . 3:25 p. m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday. . .11:50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
.except Sunday ........ .4:45 p m.
Ieave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive fi cm Wilcox, Monday-
Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p. ra.
.Advertise in the Star.
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baby I had a back-set,
writes Mrs. Mattie Cross
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weak, getting worse and
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The -'.Woman's Tcinc
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tle bottle of Cardui I wis Im Improving'
proving' Improving' 'adds Mrs.
Crosswhits. 'SIx bot bottles
tles bottles of Cardui and . I
was cured, yes, I can say
they were a God-send to
me. I believe I would
have died, had it cot been
for ,CarduL" Cardui has
been found beneficial In
many thousands cf other
cases of womanly trou trou-;
; trou-; bles. If you feel the need
of a good, strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening tonic, why est try
Cardui? It may fcs just
what you need.
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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
(Eastern --(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jackscnville-NTork 2:10 ara
1:55 pm
4:05 pm
2:15 am
2:15 am
Jacksonville 1:30 pm
Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tampa-Manatee-
4:05 pm
St. Petersburg
Tampa 2:15 um
Tampa-Manatee 1:35 eta
1:50 pm
4;05pm Tirnpa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm JacksonviHe-NTork 2:48 arn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Cainsville 3:35 rm
6:42 am Jksonvjlle-Gnesville 10:13
2-A2 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3;35pm St-Fctsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10am -Dunnellon-WiIcox
7:2."am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:15 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
. Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

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SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAH
ILAH SIM-ILAH LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line,
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six times
75c.; one month. $3. Payable in ad ad-vance.
vance. ad-vance. WANTED Carrier boy for the
second ward; one who has bicy bicycle.
cle. bicycle. Call at STAR OFFICE. 3t
LAKE WEIR Two completely fur
nished cottages for sak: 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
1918 Model Dodge Touring car. See
Mr. Sheppard at at Lewis-Chitty
Company. 4-14 1
FOR SALE A marly new Ford ton
truck with cab. -.Will sell cheap for
cash. Address E. R. Smith,, Orange
Lake, Fla.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
Gentleman preferred. V No. 222
Washington St. 9-7-3t
FOR RENT One light housekeeping
A t
apartment, ail modern conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. Apply ; Oklawaha Inn, 239
Oklawaha avenue. 8-3t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
suitable for sleeping apartments or
-for light housekeeping. Thonc 5C1,
or call at 734 Wenona'St. 8-Gt
6 V-' l. Eyesight is such a prec prec-j&Zs
j&Zs prec-j&Zs ious thing that it should
,'V' De treasured and guard guard-,
, guard-, ef: ed with the most zealous
'w.w care.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Ojitometrisl; and Optician
Fvesijjlu Specialist
(JET YOUR
SEEDS AND PLANTS
"Where Quaiity Counts"
lilMij-ot-tyiiiriiiv r
DRUGGISTS
Phone li 430 N. Magnolia St.
Ocala, Florida
I For all Classes cf
S Sfone, 'Brick, Wood
J ;' ;and Concrs!c.
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Contractor
Phose 446. 723 Wenona St
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FunersI Directors & Enibslincrs
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
- People Only.
Phone3 555 and 255. Open All Night.
OCALA, FLORIDA
Lv ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all to.
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
W. A. TINSMAN
CONTRACTOR
Anything in Prick, Stone, Concrete,
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PHONE 52C, OCALA
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
S'ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
Hsiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
II. R. Luff man, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODG13
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 10, F. & A.
ST., mee ts en the f, r :t and third
Thursday evenings, of each n-.oz.ih at
7:.'i0 o'clock until further notice
Jak Brown, Secrtarj.
' A: I. Lucss, V. l.l.
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