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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 11,. 19201
70L. 26, NO. 219

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CENSUS OF 32
FLOniDA COMES

For the Reciitt Count of 1920 Com Com-pared,
pared, Com-pared, with the Figures
of 1910

Washington, Sept. 11. Census ta ta-tistics
tistics ta-tistics of Florida counties and the
incorporated places therein for 1910,
with comparative statistics' of the
1910 populations, thus far announc announced
ed announced by the census bureau, are:

1920 1910
Eaker County ..... 5,622 4,805
Macclenny .. 350 388
Brevard County .... 8,505 4,717
Bajview .. 200
Cocoa .. ........ 1,445 613
Eau Gallie j... 507 329!
Melbourne .. .... 533 157
Rockledge ..... .455 .......
Titusville 1,361 868
Broward County ... 5,135
Dania 762 269
.. Fort Lauderdale . 2,065 .......
Pompano ........ 636 .'......
Calhoun County . . 8,775 1 7,465
Blountstown .. 863 546
Citrus County ..... 5,220 6,731
Crystal River 944 663
Inverness .. ..... 1,132
Columbia County ... 14,290 17,689
Lake City ... 3,341 5,032
DeSoto County ..... 25,434 14,200
Arcadia . ...... 3,479 1,736
Avon Park 890 ... ... ..
Bowling Green ... 692 422
Moore Haverr .... 623 .......
Punta Gorda .... 1,295 1,012
Sebring ....... 812 ...... i
Wauchula 2,081 1,099
Zolfo 256 171
Duval County ....... 113,540 75,163
Baldwin .. ..-... 470 .......
Jacksonville ...v. 9158 "57,699
Mayport ........ 399 441
. Pablo Beach ..... 357 249

Souh Jacksonville
Escambia County ..
Pensacola . ....
, Flagler County ....
Bunnell ..- ......
Franklin County ...
Apalachicola . .
Carrabelle
Gadsden County ...
Greensboro . :

Gretna .
Havana ..
Quincy r.

Hamilton County

Jasper

- Jennings
White Springs
Hernando County
Brooksville .".

4

2,775
49,386
31,035
2,442
183
5,318
3,066
1,055
22,961
302
120
448
2,540
9,873
1,260
628
984
4,548
1,011

Holmes County, .... 12,850

Bonifay

Esto .
Norma .. .. ....
Ponce de Leon . .
Jackson County v.
Alford
Campbellton .
Cottondale .
Cypress- .,
Graceville .
Marianna . .
Sneads
Jefferson County .
Monticello .
Lake County .......
Clermont
Eustis .
Lecsburg .....
, Mount Dora
, Tavares .
Umatilla ....
Leon County
Tallahassee '.
Liberty County
Marion County
. Ocala. ........
Anthony . . . .
Belleview ; . .
Citra .. .........
Dunnellon .. ....
Mcintosh . .

Reddick

Madison County
Greenville
L&6
Madison
Okaloosa County
Crest View ..
Holt . . .
Laurel Hill ..
Osceola County
Kissimmee .
St. Cloud ...
Pasco County

Dade City ......
San Antonio . .
Trilby .
Zephyrhills .
St. Johns County..
Hastings .
St. Augustine ...
Okeechobee County
Okeechobee . .

m m i

.J.

1,230

269
847
202
81,224
207
277
438
293
840"

',499
492
14,502
1,704
12,744
496
725
359
640
18,059
5,637
5,006 ;
23,698
4,914
367
300
494
1,185
440
312
16,516
668
199
1,952
9,360
500
522
291
7,195
2,722 -2,011
8,503
1,296
.434
243
577
13,661
761 s
6,191
2,132
900

1,147

38,029

22,982

5,201

' 3,065
- 900

22,198

175

201

432
3,204
11,825
' 1,730
480
1,177
4,997
979
11,557
922
340

806

GREAT OGCASIO

EAR GA1HSVILLE

University City Rotes Entertained

Those from Palatka, Tampa
and Ocala

QCALA TO HAVE
ANOTHER HOTEL

Citizens Investment Company
Purchased the Old Hospital
Building

has

29,821

r
734
1,915

506
17,210

1,829
9,509

910
991
371

175
283
19,427
5,018
4,700
24,403

.4,370
442
7 190
-. 394
1,227
498
16,919
751

1,560

316

5507
2,157

7,502
1,666

131

13,208

399
' 5,494

Santa Rosa County. 13,670

Milton

Seminole County .
Longwood ; ....
Sanford .. ......
Suwannee County .
Branford
Live Oak
Wellborn .. .....
Volusia County ....
Daytona . .....
Daytona Beach .
DeLand .. ......
Hawka Parkx......
Holly Hill ...... V
Lake Helen ......
New Smyrna ....
Orange City .....
Ormond .. ......
Port Orange .....
Seabreeze . .
Walton County ....
DeFuniak Springs.
Paxton .. ........
Lakewocd

1,597

10,986
106'
5,588
19,789
.708
3,103
293
23,225
5,445
825
324
133
332
978
1,007
497
1,292
380
571
12,117
2,009
Jill

14397
831

3,570
18,603
262
3,450

247
16,510

3,083

33

2,812

207

646

1,12

490

780

The following write'7up by the

Gainesville Sun of the tri-city Rote
picnic at Newnan's lake is probably a
better one than we, could have pen penned
ned penned had we been there which, alas
for our bad luckwe wasn't.

From the triumphal entry of two

nightshirt-clad "baby Rotarians"
garbed for the gauntlet of initiation
ceremonies, through a hilarious pro program
gram program of burlesque athletic events,

cracker eating contests for women,

beauty" (shows) for the Rotarians

themselves, and, not to be ignored

a "feed," the after-effects of which
will reduce living expenses in Ro-

tarian homes' in Alachua, Marion and

Putnam counties for the remainder of

the weekuntil the last strains of
"Home SVeet Home" at the .Country

Club dance m the evening, the Ro Ro-tarian
tarian Ro-tarian picnic yesterday was a solid
round of merriment, and local Ro Rotarians
tarians Rotarians expressed real 'appreciation
of the manner in which their visitors
accepted and took advantage of their
efforts to present what proved to be
one of the most enjoyable entertain entertainments
ments entertainments ever participated in in this
section of the state.
More than 150 Rotarians and "Ro "Ro-tarianettesV
tarianettesV "Ro-tarianettesV from the three counties,
as well as representation from the
Tampa club, attended the big gather gathering.
ing. gathering. J. Pluviujs showed the fun lov loving
ing loving pleasure seekers thaf he could be
as good a sport as any Rotarian. by
decreeing sunshine and a pleasant
breeze for the vicinity of Palm Point,
while it rained in torrents less than
five miles away taken all in all, it
was "some blowout' 'and one that will
mark a red letter day on the Rotary
calendar. V
- T. L. Greene and J. B. Welch were
the baby Rotarians whose initiation
ceremonies proved a fitting curtain
raiser. Arrayed in their night gowns,
sleeping caps and barefooted they
rode up in a "one-horse ''sha" to the
very door of the pavilion,' where two

full grown Rotarians, Nick Maddox
and Charles Harris, took them into

their' arms and carrying them thru
the building "introduced them to the

Kotarianettes. I

The merrymakers then went out on

he grounds where the contests were

taged, the first of which being the

race for lean men... The first prize for
this event, a toy drum, was won by

Fred Marker with Otto F. Stock a

close second. W. M. Pepper, as a
penalty for dropping out of the first
race before it was nished, was forc

ed to run a second heat alone against

time and according to the statement

of Official Timekeeper C. J. Harris,

covered the entire course of the race,

which was 50 yards, in the remark

able time of 3 minutes, 52, and 2-5
seconds. i V

The race f 05 fat men proved both

novel and exciting. Unlike other races

each contestant was given a folded
newspaper for each foot, so that in

racing he supported himself on one

oot while placing- his Newspaper

ahead of him for the other foot, thus

going the extent of. thefrace on two

newspapers. As soon as" a conies

tant's foot touched the ground he
was disqualified. Before half the

distance was covered all contestants

were disqualified except Nick Maddox

and J. R. Fowler. As these two men

were not allowed to unfold their
newspapers they soon found their feet

touching the ground and wer disquali

fied just as they were about to reach

their goal. It was suggested that
the Kotarianettes might have been
more successful in this Tace as there
would have been little danger ,tf the

feminine "understanding" overlapping

such a big area as a daily newspa

per, ine contestants then alighted

themselves and ran the race off in

the usual manner. C. J. Harris, a

professional athlete of former; days,

was easy winner and received a toy
.... . .

rattle as prize lor this event.

Eight Rotarianettes then lined up

beside the table and after having

their hands tied behind them, ate the
two Uneeda biscuit which1 were plac placed
ed placed in plates before them. The first
woman to finish her allotment and
whistle was Mrs. Ed Ferrell, a charm

ing Kotananette of Palatka. The
fact that Frank Hartsfield assisted
the fair winder by eating one of her
crackers had no effect on the final

decision save that he was penalized

for his chivalry by being required to
foot the bill for the box of chocolates

which was given her as trophy for

her victory.

A tug of war followed in which

eight Gainesville Rotarians matched

their strength against twice that
number of visitors, who in order that

they might have everything I to gain
and nothing to lose, tied their end of

the rope to an oak tree but' were de detected
tected detected by the judges before" the con contest
test contest began. The odds proved too
much for the locals, who were "carried
across the visitorsMine within a few
seconds after the starting signal. Otis
Waterman, captain of the visitors,

was presented with a handsome "lov-

GO TO IT. GIRLS

Supervisor Barco has Completed his
Arrangements to Swar You
Into Citizenship

Ocala will shortly have another ho

tel in operation, the Seminole, corneH

Orange and Jefferson streets, having
been, purchased by the Citizens' In:
vestment Company.
Work on remodeling the building
will begin at once, and the property
has been leased for a .term of years
by Mr. R. E. Layton, who at present
operate sthe Colonial and Wisteria
hotels.
There will be no dining room serv service
ice service in connection with the New Sefn Sefn-inole,
inole, Sefn-inole, as this feature will be taken
care of by the Colonial. The close
proximity of the Seminole- to Mr.
Lay ton's two other houses will make
it an ideal rooming house, and will

add considerable to the capacity of
his hotels, which are nearly always
filled with guests, leaving no accom accommodations
modations accommodations for the increased winter
trade.
The Seminole deal was made thru
the real estate agency of Mr. Frank
W. Ditto.

THE NEW GAS ORDINANCE

308
16,460
2,017

260

A good many people are discontent discontented
ed discontented about the new gas ordinance, which
the council passed last Tuesday night;
partly because it raises rates and
partly because they don't understand
where it leaves the city. :,
The Star does not object to the
rates (and, mind you, the Star uses
lots of gas literally as well as fig figuratively),
uratively), figuratively), for with the addition to
the present price gas will still be

much cheaper in proportion than
many other necessaries. But it doesn't
approve of the manner in which the
matter has been worked. The gas
company fell behind in its payments
some .months ago and automatically
forfeited its franchise. In considera consideration
tion consideration of the strained situation at that

time the matter was allowed to rock

along, the city, of course not desiring
to take charge of the gas plant. Ac

cording to the city charter, no f ran-

jchise can be issued unless it is sub

mitted to the popular vote. The at

torney for the gas company drew up

an ordinance, which "he desired the

council to pass. It did not do so, but

drew up an ordinance of its own,
which was railroaded thru the council

last Tuesday night. This ordinance
was never published, and not twenty

of our "citizens know what it says.

We expect to' publish said ordinance

next Monday, and then our people can.
decide if they like it or not.

JEWISH NEW YEAR

Supervisor Barco has completed
arrangements as far as possible to
begin registration of women at his
office In the courthouse at 9 a. m.

Monday.
Mr. Barco is required to keep his

office open three days, in the week. In

order to oblige the women he wiy
keep open all six days, and has em employed
ployed employed an assistant to help him. He
asks the Star to tell the women that
if they come right forward and reg register,
ister, register, he kill keep this up for four
weeks. If they do not he will reduce
to hre legal time.
He has but one trouble now in
sight. He has not been supplied with
blanks, and has only a limited num number
ber number on hand, but expects to be sup supplied
plied supplied in time.
Altho, the regular opening of the
books will be Monday, Mr. Barco has
been obliged to register several wom women
en women already. 'If-:
The first woman! to register in Mar Marion
ion Marion county was Mrs. Rosa B. Veal of
Cotton Plant, and as soon as she be became
came became a citizen Mr. Barco appointed
her- registrati6n officer for her pre precinct,
cinct, precinct, Next were Mrs. J. R. Moorhead and
her daughter, Mrs H. A. Davies. Mrs.
Moorhead was going away and would
not be bade in time to register
Other ladies to register were Mrs.
Fred M. Smith of Martel. whrwas
appointed registration officer at Mar Martel;
tel; Martel; Misses Ruth Ervin and Carrie
Barco and Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas
and Mrs. Ethel E. Walker.
Go to it, girls. .' V
ANTHRACITE OPERATORS
ARE OPTIMISTIC

MAYBE HE WAS k
LITTLE TOO fJ

At Any Rate, Senate Investigating
Committee Agreed that Moore
was Enough

' (Associated Press)
Wilkesbarre, Sept. 11 The anthra anthracite
cite anthracite coal operators believe President
Wilson's decision in refusing to re reconvene
convene reconvene the wage committees will
have a beneficial effect.
IDLE AT IIAZELTON
Hazelton, Pa., Sept. 11. Every col colliery
liery colliery in the Hazelton region was idle
today. T

EXCHANGE AND ADVANCE

All the good Jewish stores will be

closed all day Monday September 13,

in celebration of New Year. 7-4t

MUSIC LESSONS

Lessons given on mandolin, guitar,
tenor banjo, Hawaiian guitar and
ukelele. Miss Ruth Simmons, phone
124. 10-6t

NOTICE OF SPECIAL
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING

Notice is hereby given that a spec special
ial special meeting of stockholders of the

Citizens Investment Company of

Ocala will Be held in the v. office of

Hocker & Martin on the 21st day of

September, 1920, ajk three o'clock in
the afternoon; that the object of said

meeting is to determine whether or

not the capital stock of the company
shall be increased td fifty thousand

dollars ($50,000) or any other sum
which may be legally vited.

Done by order of the president this
September Its, 1920.
9-4-3tsat Baxter Carn, Secretary.

(Associated Press)
Warsaw, Sept 11. Negotiations

between Poland and Lithuania on the

frontier controversy continue despite

the advance of Polish troops in the

Suwalki sector. It is believed 'the ex

changes are progressing toward an

amicable agreement.
- .. r : ."
BOLSHEVIKI COULDN'T

CAPTURE BYSK

(Associated Press)

Warsaw, Sept. 11. Polish and bol-

sheviki forces continue the battle on

the Lemberg sector. Bolshevik at

tacks against Bysk have been repuls

ed.

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

CARMEN WILL BE THE
FIRST OFFERING OF THE

GRAND OPERA -SEASON

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Sept. 11 Refusal to sum

mon Governor i,ox belore the sen senate
ate senate campaign expense investigating
committee was announced today by

Senator Kenyon in a telegram reply

ing to the demand made by Frank A.
Munsey. The reply of Senator Ken Kenyon
yon Kenyon said that Edmond Moore, CoVs

personal representative, had appear appeared
ed appeared and that was sufficient.

COMMITTEE NEEDS REST
....
The committee completed the in

quiry here and recessed t meet either
in New York or Washington, Sept.
22nd.

f HONORS WERE EVEN
Hamline, Minn., Sept. 11. Nearly

the same number of persohs heard
Gov. Cox and Senator Harding at the

Minnesota' state fair this wefk, ac

cording to figures of the state fair
board.

FRONT PORCH GROWING FIERCE

Marion, O., Sept. 11. In a double-

barreled attack on the administra

tion, Senator "Harding today charged
that democratic officials had been

guilty of reckless inefficiency in the

conduct of the nation's business af affairs'
fairs' affairs' and had sougth through duplic

ity or misunderstanding to have the

United States surrender the Monroe

doctrine in becoming a. member of the

League of Nations. The senator's

declarations wer made to delegations

from Chicago and Michigan and In Indiana
diana Indiana cities in two front porch
speeches.

HARDING TO GO WEST
Senator Harding's campaign plans
as now under serious consideration,
contemplate a trip to the Pacific coast
with addresses in all western states
where senators will be elected this

fall.

ALASKA HAS OE

PAPER EI10UG

FOUR GQQO

I FOR!

iMhlLU

It Can Produce a Million and a Half
Tons of the Press Food
Annually

HUNGARY CAN NO Ay
VISIT ARGENTINA

(Associated Press)
Buenos Aires, Sept. 11. Recogni Recogni-eion
eion Recogni-eion of the Hungarian republic has
been accorded by Argentina.
BRITISH TOOK ARAB TOWN

(Associated Press)
Bagdad, Sept. -11. The town of
Shereban has been occupied by Brit British
ish British forces.

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 aboutf this.
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-3t

USEFULNESS OF THE
AIRPLANE DEMONSTRATED

(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 11. Alaskan
forests contain a complete answer
to the American news print shortage,
in the opinion of Forester Greely, who
has just returned from a month's in inspection
spection inspection of the timber and power re resources
sources resources of the Tongass National For Forest,
est, Forest, Alaska can produce a million
and a half tons of paper annually, he
declared.
HIGH OFFICE FOR A WOMAN
President Wilson has appointed
Mabel Boardman, for many years a
member of the executive committee
of the Reef Cross, as commissioner for
the District of Columbia, effective
next Wednesday on the retirement of

Commissioner Brownlow. This is the
first time a woman has ever been a

member of the commission which
directs the district government.

GOVERNMENT FORMULA

FOR WORMS IN HOGS

The United States Department of
Agriculture recommends for worms:
Charcoal, 1 bushel; hardwood ashes,
1 bushel; salt, 8 pounds; air-slacked

lime, 8 pounds; sulphur, 4 pounds;

pulverized copperas, 2 pounds. Thoro Thoro-ly
ly Thoro-ly mix the lime, salt and sulphur

first, and then mix with this the
charcoal and ashes. Dissolve the cop

peras in one gallon of water and
sprinkle over the whole mass, mixing
completely. Store in a barrel under
shelter. Keep some in a shallow
though constantly before the hogs.
Dr. A. L. Shealy of the Florida
Agricultural College says that worms
come from eggs taken into and hatch hatched
ed hatched in the digestive system of hogs.
Some of the worms are sometimes
carried from the intestines to other
parts of the body. The kidney worm

is an example of' this type. After
this worm has reached the region of

the kidneys, no drug can reach it.

Filthy hog wallows should be avoid

ed as they are fruitful sources for

worm eggs. When a pasture becomes

infested with eggs, change to another

and plow the infested one deeply.
V
CHICK AND FRANK

ARE PLAYING GOLF

t (Associated Press)

Roslyn, Sept. 11. Chick Evans and
Francis Ouimet wer all even at the
ninth hole with 41 in the national
amateur golf championship tourna

ment today.

DYNAMITE LET GO

and the other belonging to a Gaines

ville Rotarian.

The great American beauty show,
for (men only) proved "shocking,"
indeed, for each man taking part was
led to a table surrounded by beauti beautiful
ful beautiful Rotarianettes and asked to be
seated," after which the "juice" was
turned on, causing him to jump clear
out of the "show."

This was followed by a stump
speech on "polytics" by Bill Bivens,
who eulogized William Jennings Bry

an as the nation's greatest "booz
fighter."
Thomas Alexander, president of
the Tampa club, who was then intro introduced
duced introduced by J. B. Burnett as "A Rotar Rotarian
ian Rotarian Among Rotarians,' responded in
a pleasant talk in which he intro introduced
duced introduced David M. Cook, principal of the
George Washington junior high school
of Tampar-and a "baby Rotarian" of
that city.
Following the masterly address of
Mr. Cook the table committee invited
everyone out under the palms where
long tables fairly groaned beneath
aboundant quantities of, fried chick chicken,
en, chicken, chicken pillau, sandwiches, salads,
pickles, olives, fruits, cakes, pies,
pastries and iced drinks. It seemed
that the domestic science and skill
of the past, present and future gen generations
erations generations had been combined in pro

ducing one of the most tempting pic-

New York, Sept. 11. Grand opera
will return to the stage of the Man Man-hatten
hatten Man-hatten Opera House here September
20th after a ten-year absence, with
the offering of Bizet's Carmen by the
San Carlo, company. This will give
New York three grand opera organizations-during
the comnig season,
the others being the Metropolitan and
the Chicago grand opera companies.
The original purpose of the Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan was to provide a home for
grand opera, but ten years ago its
owner, Oscar Hammerstein, made a
deal eliminating himself and his the theaters
aters theaters from the opera field for a dec decade.
ade. decade. His widow, acquires possession

of the property Sept. 1st, marking a
return of the house to its former use.
Miss Alice Gentle, who will sing
the title role Carmen, in the openinfi
was to have made her New York de debut
but debut in that part ten years ago but the
deal closing the Manhattan to grand
opera intervened, so that her appear appearance
ance appearance in New York in that role was
deferred a decade.

ing cup" by J. F. -Burnett who made
a pleasant presentation speech.
The shoe race was won by J. B.
Welch. Jake Gerig of Ocala was at
first acclaimed winner, but upon
closer inspection bv the-lude-es it was

found that the shoes he had on did j nic dinners ever spread, anytime or
not match, one belonging to himself anywhere.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
- Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not gTiar gTiar-anteed.
anteed. gTiar-anteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

2:20 am JacksonvirJe-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
St. Petersburg

2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12pm Jacksonville-NTTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am VDunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am

Monday. WednesdayrTrnda

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday:

Nw York, Sept.; 11. Military and
ciyiuan aeronautical experts declare
that the completion recently of the
trip of four American army aviators
from New York to Nome, Alaska,
was as epochal in its military and

commercial importance as Blenot s
first flight acros sthe English chan channel
nel channel since it opens,. Alaska to aeronau aeronautics.
tics. aeronautics.

Reports state that the Alaskans

are determined to bring about regu

lar cortmunication through the air

and now look to the government to
foster the new project.

, As the result of the flight, it is
said, an aerial route has been pho

tographed and charted diagonally
across the United States, Canada and

Alaska, with tentative supply and air
service sites.
The air board states that the fol following
lowing following has been accomplished by the
flight:
An effective aerial route to the
northwest corner of the American
continent and Asia has been estab established.
lished. established. Inaccessible areas in Alaska
which had never been mapped have
been charted and photographed.
Usefulness of the airplane as a
means of transport, both for mail,
passengers and freight has been dem demonstrated.
onstrated. demonstrated. Necessity of landing fields,
arid service and supply stations thru thru-out
out thru-out the United States and its terri territories
tories territories has been shown.
Durability of modern airplanes and
motors has been proved and it has
been learned that flying is safe, even

over territory where transport by
railroad, automobile and wagon i3
considered extremely dangerous.
The report of Captain St. Clair
street, who was in comrAand of the
expedition, states that the flyers con considered
sidered considered the route across the eastern
states, as having few landing fields
and not ideal in any instance. The
middle west and Canada, he said, as
far as Edmonton, was ideal.
"The expedition sighted innumer innumerable
able innumerable glaciers," said Captain Street,
"and rain, low fog and clouds were
prevalent. Yukon and Alaska are

rough and partly forested, and af afford
ford afford no natural landing places except
on river bars, but the route from
Wrangell to Nome is ideal for water
planes."
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

for QUALITY not prices, tf

(Associated Pres3)

Lima, Peru, Sept. 11. Thirty men
were killed and scored wounded and

a quarter million dollars damage re

sulted from an explosion of dynamite

her today, due to negligence in hand

ling, i
I 1
LASTED NOT LONG

Revolt in Trieste Was of but Short

Duration

(Associated Press)

Trieste, Sept. 11. A revolt has

broken out here. Socialist and gov

ernment forces engaged in heavy
fighting, artillery, rifle and machine

gun firing being Continuous. Bombs
are being used. Barricades have been
erected and trenches dug in the city
strets. The socialists are well armed
and munitioned.
Later: Order wasrcompletely re restored
stored restored by evening.
TURNS TO GIOLITTI
Turin, Sept. 11 All Italy has turn turned
ed turned to Premier Giolitti for a solution
of the difficult industrial crisis. Ex Excitement
citement Excitement is intense here over the
movement of metal workers to oc occupy
cupy occupy and operate industrial plants
throughout the country. Two hun hundred
dred hundred chemical plants were occupied
today and red flags were hoisted.
DREAMED ABOUT IRISH STEW

pi? ffjrn'
iLAl yLLIi

Ocala Has Taken on the Crack Tearaa

of Dunnellon, Bradentownjuid
Brooksville

The Ocala manager has arranged

some good games for next week with
the strongest teams of the state. On
Tuesday Ocala will play Dunnellon,

Wednesday Bradentown, Thursday a
double-header with Brooksv)lle and
Bradentown. Bradentown is a state
league town and has a fast team.
Ocala has three good pitchers to send
to the mound. Luff man, a left-hander,

and Wallace and Mickler, two good
right-handers. The seascn is about to
close and the team will try to to end

the season with -a larger number of

victories than defeats, and these

games will tell the tale.

ALLEN E. WALKLEY

The sad news came this morning,

in a telegram from Mr. T. T. Munroe,
at Asheville, N. C, of-the death of

Mr. Allen Walkley.

Mr. Walkley was a valued citizen

of Ocala, where he lived a number of

years. He was born in 1832 at Ilin Ilin-Heapolis.
Heapolis. Ilin-Heapolis. His mother died at his

birth. He was reared by his aunt,

Mrs. Mary Walkley Munroe. IIec'as,

educated at Rbllins College and the
state university at Lake City. Mr.
Walkley came to Ocala in 1839. lie
was married in 1909 at Little Rock,

Ark., to Miss Fay. Jarrett, who with
three children survives him. He died

in the faith of the Catholic church.

Mr. Walkley was a popular man

and a good citizen. He was a most

efficient traveling salesman, and at

the time his fatal illness began to
grow on him, he was a member of the
gents' furnishings firm of Walkley &

Barnett. A very genial man, he will

be greatly missed.

The remains of Mr. Walkley will
arrive here Tuesday afternoon, ar.d
will be taken at once from the union,
station to the cemetery. Further ar arrangements
rangements arrangements of the funeral will be an announced
nounced announced Monday.

HEMSTITCHING and Pecot-Ec!--

mg. Very best work on new, modern

machine.. Work guaranteed. Hail
orders returned promptly. Address,
Singer Machine Co. Office with Tay

lor Printing Co., Ocala, Fia. S-Ct

ious thin that ifc should

&v .be treasured and gusrd gusrd-s
s gusrd-s yJy ed with the most ze&Isua

m

care.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

t x 'W.a- -'

(Associated Preas)
London, Sept. 11. McSweeny, lord
mayor of Cork was still conscious
today although he passed a very bad
night.

y.

"-iighting

ISN'T ANY OTHER
SUCH AMOUNT

OT Gold Stacked in One Place as in
the New York Assay
- Office

'Associated Press)
N ew York, Sept. 11. Nearly nine
hundred million dollars in gold bars,
said to be the largest amount of gold
in any one place in the world, were
today transferred; from the sub sub-treasury
treasury sub-treasury to the new "assay office build building
ing building adjoining.

AND TOE WINTER

IS COMING 0

(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Sept. 11. Two hun hundred
dred hundred employes of the Conshocken
hosiery mills accepted a ten per cent
reduction in wages to prevent the
mills closing. Many mills in this dis district
trict district have closed indefinitely owing to
cancellation of orders.

8-pound can
Cottolene

Navy Beans,
per pound
4 bars Clean Easy
"Soap
Maxwell House Cof

fee, pound

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Phone Sf2

7 N. Elasaolia SI. Cea!2FIx

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GET YOUR
SEEDS AND PLANTS
"Where Quality Counts"

BITTING & CCrJPiHY
DRUGGISTS
Phone .14 430 N. Magnolia Et.
Ocala, Florida

Kindt's FJnsic Store
(NOTE NEW LOCATION)
PIANOS
SHEirr music
PHONOGRAPHS
RECORDS
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PH ONO GRAPH arul
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REPAIRING'

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OCALA EVENLNG tii'Aii, aA'l CiAi:r;

Ocala Evening Star

t'ulliW? Evry DT Exeept Saaday by
STAR PUBLISHING CQMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

It. It. Carroll, PreIdent
' J. II. Jlenjamla, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
second-class matter.

confidence of the country. But, boys, aenng of those guns and that ammu-

getthe money. The platform is nitionwas not made by anyone re resound
sound resound enough to hold the weight of sponsible to the city government, and
the nation, but, boys, get the money, that the facts were stated .when the

It takes time to organize, but we story was told in the papers ox tnis
haven't any more time left. Boys, eity. Miami Herald.
eet the money. The weather is hot; We obtained the story from the

men are on vacations; meetings are j columns of the Herald. When the
bard to get, but, boys, get the money. J Herald or anybody else says the Star

There are hills to. climb, but if you wants to publish anything derogatory

want to make a hill at the same to Miami, it or them is a but that
speed you have been running where would be fighting language, which we
the road is level,, 5 you have got to never use on anybody more than 200

cive it more nower. Give her the gas; I yards off. The Herald 43 an undem

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

TKLKPIIOXES
rtukluei Offlee . .Flve-Oae
i:ltorlal Department Tws-Strei
M-fetr Iteporter ......... .Flre-Oae
JIKHIIER ASSOCIATED PRESS

Associated Press is exclusively

step on it."

That twenty million dollar bond
amendment clique has established a

branch office in Gainesville, and from

tVAr will spnrl out nroDaeranda. We

entitled tor the use for republication ot aon i Know wno is paying iur u nua,

all news dispaicnes credited to it o; but we know the people Of Florida

visit ATnfirwiR ri 1 1 in n 1 Tinnpr ariii 1 . 1

will nav for it if they vote for the

amendment.

ocratic donkey. The Star has pub published
lished published many columns of praise for
Miami, and nothing derogatory except
a little good-humored fun, which no
sensible person would be angry about.
CARD OF THANKS

not otherwise credited In this -paper and

also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
rflsoatcbes herein are also reserved.

On thl eve of our departure for

our old home in France, we wish to

take this opportunity to say good-

The Miami Herald called the Star bve and thank our friends for their

DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION RATES I pu0,jaoo ho tW Aav Wause the v;

STx monthi!1 m aTvCaencs I":::. ::,:oo expression, "thank the Lord," ap- late Rev. D. Bottolacio, and ourselves.

Three months.. in Advance l.Olpeared in one of its editorials. Guess Antoinette Bottolacio.

BUI ... .. At A I .

again. To tell the truth, we don't

I i t 1 T J Z .U.

Deiieve tne mro is paying rauiaii- RAfnre hnvino- see our

" CD

On month, in advance

ADTERTISINO RATES

Dlplart Plate 15 cents per incir ior

tention to either the Star or the Her- BLEACHING

aid. FTRTTFT q

nnnecutlve insertions. 'Alternate inser

tloos 25 per cent additional. Composl Composl-tton
tton Composl-tton charges on ads. that run less than
six times cents per inch. (Special
position 20 per cent addltlonaL Rates
based on 4-inch minimum. Less tnan
lour inches will take higrher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica-

t,0;inK xottee., 5 cent, per line for noon. Those poor boys Jiad been out
Am insertion; 3 cents per line for each doing work for the county all day,
Lubf" and the county does not want to pay

composition charges.
Legal advertisements it legal rates.

prices oi

AND DOMESTICS

tf

It made our heart bleed to see the

county commissioners walk up town

from the union station Friday afterr

AUldOh

COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY

Florida

Democratic Presidential
Electors

Martin Caraballo
Charles E. Jones
J. G. Sharon

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

them the wages of a cornfield nigger.
They didn't feel able to pay, forty!

cents for taxi fare, so they walked.

It is said that Mrs. McSweeny is

encouraging her husband to fast on.

This affectionate wife must be at

least as much reconciled to the idea

of being a widow as her husband is to

the idea of being a martyr. Toronto

Mail and Empire:

Maybe Mac is carrying a good wad

OG5J X

Grace Episcopal
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

Services will be held at the regular

hours on Sunday morning by the rec rector.
tor. rector. Baptist

9:45 a. m.Sunday school. Classes

or all ages. W. T. Gary, superintendent.

Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8

o'clock p. m. by Rev. John F. Gable

of Gainesville, Fla.

Everybody invited to all the serv

ices.

Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.

9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. M. I

Murray, superintendent.

11 a. m. Morning service. Subject,

"The Word of God."

8 p. m. Evening service. Subject,

(TTnnnaoaceor1 PnecooaiAna

Christian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
10 a. m. Sunday 'school.
11 a. m. Sunday service
8 p. m. Wednesday.

. Catholic
Father Michael of St.

preach in -the morning.

Four Sh

ccess' is

Qw

Success

TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this bank to
-L manifest a friendly, personal interest in the wel welfare
fare welfare of depositors. We do not merely wish ior the
success of our depositors; we work for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely
bound up with the welfare of its customers.
WE STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus customers
tomers customers in a manner consistent with right bank banking
ing banking principles.

Mvmroe & ChambUss National

Bank

Leo will

EVER WEAR SOX. Lisles $3 a box,

l. At. A

six nairs. ior a iimitea time.

EISHEL'S.

1 TPILy ; :;IBIL,IL,1

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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

YOU CAN SAVE

The II. C. of L. doesn't

Lord Mayor McSweeny of Cork.

of life insurance in Mrs. Mac's favor. Many DOllarS

does.

V-V t. 1 Ml 1

Mtnrn. Win tn rnmA in. UD your snoe DUis oy navmg us re-

? I .. ... . .1 i i trnnr rie cVi no a Onf ohaTcrtxa ra

Wish we could e-et aloni? without seems tnat ueorgia aemocrats -. 'Trrr'.

Woii Qa Mnr. m.cjwv have made the same mistake that moderate, ana we guarantee satisia

wviwfc, '-7 v j I tinn

Watson is in the minority. He ran

The Jacksonville Metropolis has against tnree otner men wnose corn-

improved' vastly in the last few bmed vote exceeded his. I hey have

months. : a county unit rule in ueorgia, wnere-

by democrats vote by counties m the
- J m.i 1

its ten-mill tax-and it ia yelline for f 1!S ?

IAZ0N 1 CO.

Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's

Drug Store

more money.

An agnostic is a man who doesn't
want any middleman between himself
and the Almighty.

on ueorgia democrats, Dut serves :

them right for being such fools.

'The Marion county commissioners
have been over in Alachua, inspect

ing road machinery of the latest type,

faster I aRd intend to order some similar to

use on Marion county roads. They
have also called the attention of the

Moonshine whisky is like shaving state highway commission that it is

Cox seems to be giving that Sen

ate committee information
than it can assimilate it.

vourself with a safety razor when

you have a tough, thick beard.

All ex-service men who have not
applied for victory medals should do
so at once. The time is running short.

using 4 too much man-power and too

little machinery on the Dixie High Highway,
way, Highway, which is an entirely too expens expensive
ive expensive mode of. road-building.

The state bond issue advocatesare
trying to deceive the people into the

Despite the hcofl, a young couple belief that automobiles will pay the

can live on love.and $15 a week, but I tax, and that therefore it won't

they have to love four times harder I amount to anything. What does Mr.
than a. mule can kick. lAuto Owner think of, that proposi

tion? What's the dilrerence m saying

11 there is any nope oi Mcsweeny you pay ior a license tag or ior a
"""'ng another week, let's us newspa- mere tax receipt? It comes out ;of
men agree on a standardized way your pocket or bank account just the

celling his name. : jsame? Bushnell Times.

Many of the auto owners are wise

can buy peaches off the trees, J to this, and the number is increasing.

cr tout of the boxes, for eight

cents apiece. The Kina mat waiKs we predict tnat tne new women

costs a deVilofa iot more. 1 voters will.be found better informed

as to their political rights and duties

We. should not like to get into a than the average man. We know

controversy with Col. Bob Davis 01 many of them are studying diligently

the Gainesville Sun. He says things and have been ever since the coming

of equal suffrage became a certainty.
Tampa Times. v
If we were in charge of the works,
we would enfranchise a number of
women and disfranchise a number of

Tom's men. Only those who have a certain

amount of wisdom should vote but
no human being is wise enough to

very k;ndly but effectively.

Tomwatson hates the American Le Legion,
gion, Legion, but the legion will have good

appetites for the goose which picks

the grass that grows over
grave. ;,

The Kind to
which Barney
trusted his
life
If Barney Trusts Them
YOU CAN
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Vulcanizing
Phones 438-76.

Cam-Thomas Cih

Phone 163

Sealed nronosals will be received

by the Board of County Commission

ers of Marion county, at the office of

said board, in the court house, Ucala,
Florida, up to twelve o'clock noon, on

the 11th day of October, 1910,

FOR

constructing the following described

roads: ;

Forty-four hundred leet. more or

less, of the Dunnellon and Lebanon
road, between the Levy county line

to the forks of the said road where
the same leaves the Inglis road, and

being the amount remaining unfinish

ed.

Also: Commence near junction near

Juliette to intersect with the Ocala-

cotton riant road somewhere near

St. Johns church.

The board reserves the right th

reject any and all bids.

O. H. Rogers,

! Chairman of Board of County Com-

r missioners. tf

Meet me at the American Cafe,

Union Station, Ocala, for a regular

amner family style. Best dinnei' in

the state for 75c. Eat and drink all

you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to

2:30 p. m. 17-tf
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OF TRAINS IN OCALA

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We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.

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King George of England wants to j say who they are.

turn McSweeney loose, but: there: are
many of McSweeny's devotees who
would gladly i shoot King George in
the back.

The farm-labor party says the
White House is located in Wall street.
The "i arm-labor party is the smallest
party and the biggest liar in Ameri-

canpolitics.
. ' i
We know just how Georgia feels.
Florida waked up one morning to find
Catts wa3 elected! Tampa Tribune.
Pardon us for reminding you, but
jxou seemed to feel wonderfully happy
. about it. "':"" ' 'v"-
Telephone operators are not allow allowed,
ed, allowed, to talk. back. What-a field from
which to select a wife. Orlando
Reporter-Star.
One of them might try to makejup
for lost time on you. 1
Mr. W. A. Sessoms says in the Ag Ag-.
. Ag-. ricultural Bulletin: "Land is being

prepared in Marion county for af 11

truck crops. Farmers are voluntar

ily dipDinsr their livestock because

they know that it pays."

We copy a good deal of good stuff
out of the Miami Herald, but we are

going to call it "a paper way down
by the Flagler railroad" until it quits

calling the. Star "a state paper." The
, Herald should be ashamed of being

so childish. :

Seddick Peanut But Butter,
ter, Butter, bulk, pound

Reddick Peanut But Butter,
ter, Butter, 4-lb. bucket

The Herald confesses that it has
never, been able to solve the intrica intricacies
cies intricacies of Georgia politics, or to under understand
stand understand them. But when a democratic

son as the party's candidate for. the KeaaiCK reailUt DUl DUl-United
United DUl-United States Senate, this paper is ter. 8-lb. bucket.

justinea m heiieving that this pri primary
mary primary election is another straw indi- KUm fwhole milk)

eating the trend of public opinion asl nnp nnnnH

the League of NationsPaper w" -----

WaDown bythe Flagler Railroad Klim skimmed milk

y, luen, nave a majority ox tne
Georgia congressmen who favored the

eague been renominated ?

Americans are becoming jealous.
fnr

ien days more and Lord Mayor Mc

Sweeny of Cork will have caught up

with our Doc Tanner. If there is to

be international competition in star starvation,
vation, starvation, it should be put on at the

Olympic games. T,.

Following is the lanemaee of part

of the request sent out from republi

can headquarters to the various agen

cies asked to raise money for the

campaign, and after, you have read it
you prqbably wouldn't blame Mr. Cox
if he said the republicans would raise

fifty millions, let alone

The Society for the Prevention of

Cruelty to Animals should be appeal appealed
ed appealed to in the interests of the cattle
that are sufferine from the .blood

sucking Texas fever tick. It is a

shame to make our dumb beasts suf-

er as they do. Times-Union.
We have often wondered how a

stockman could rest when his cattle

were carrying a pound or so of ticks

apiece. .We have seen some of the
poor brutes whose skins were entirely
hidden in places with the ticks. If

we owned a cow loaded down with
ticks, we would either rid the animal

of the pests or kill her.

Miami has never had any serious

disturbance, since the days when the
soldiers were her in 1893, and we beg
to inform our friend, the newspaper

alluded to, that Miami s liver is now
and always has been working in

splendid form. "Paper way down by
the Flagler railroad."

We didn't know" there were enough

soldiers in Miami to make a disturb

ance in 1898, nor enough of Miami to

make a disturbance about. Seems to

us that we heard ; of quite a lively
little rucus kicked up there by ma marines
rines marines sometime last year, but whether
it was from liver complaint or the
boys having their fun we were not in informed.'":
formed.'": informed.'": : ''V:

J. one pound-..-.
Klim skimmed milk
24 pounds-..

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2.70

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Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
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No delivery on
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Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S

meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 8 o'clock.

Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.

Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A,

M., meets on the first and third

Thursday evenings of each month a

7:30 o'clock until farther notice notice-,
, notice-, Jake Brown, Secretary.
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to fit the little fellow from six years picot-edge work.' Mail orders given Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
up. H A. Waterman, the Haber- prompt attention. Address The Hem- H. S. Wesson, H. P.
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than in years past is our opinion
Mrs. Griefirs of Winter Park is the
guest of her sister. Mrs. B. F. Bor
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garnered from the world's best markets
and brought to your very door thru this
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All of the beautiful new fabrics in these garments from our
Ready-to-Wear Department
New arrivals in charming new models in Peggy
Paige and Betty Wales dresses.;
Tailored Suits in the new shades
and all the pleasing new fabrics.
Separate Coats, Skirts and
Waists in a new selection.
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Snappy New Ideas Loom Our Main Floor

A beautiful collection of Hand Bags
and Purses.
Vanity Cases, Mesh Bags and Bag
Tops in gold and silver finish. y
Fancy Brocade Ribbons for bags and
trimmings.
- Lace Collars and Collar Sets in a
wide variety. MAIN FLOOR

A SPECIAL SALE
of S1UC HOSIERY
at 01.00 per Pair
The Gordon Hose is a good
quality of silk, in black
and brown and a full line
of sizes.

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Clothing & Shoe Com Dan y. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Dr. G. a Shephard ha returned

from his vacation spent most enjoy-

ably in Louisville, Ky.j ; ; Evansville,

nd and at other points in that sec

tion. l

A lovely affair of vesterdav wot

the afternoon tea at which Mrs. E. L.

Carney, always a perfect hostess, en entertained
tertained entertained elaborately at her hospi hospitable
table hospitable home on Oklawaha avenue, com

p imenting Miss Helen Jones, a bride-

eiect oi ibept.-15th, and Mrs. R. S.
Hall Jr.. a recent bride. TVip c.nmt

home was never more attractive than

on this occasion, each room being it it-sel
sel it-sel fan artistic settine for the beau

tifully gowned guests attending.

jurs. m.' ti. stovall t -received the
guests on the front veranda and cor cordially
dially cordially invited them into the screened

porch, which had been converted into

a veritable conservatory, by a pro profusion
fusion profusion of cut flowers, in red and

yellow zinnias and Russian sunflow

ers. Potted slants alsn cave st ofM

ed beauty and comfortable settes and
rugs added comfort.

From this lovely bower mincri '- wan

served ; by Miss Caroline Harriss, a
charming bride-elect and Miss Nettie
Camp, a debutante of the cominsr

season.

Passing into the repent.fnn rioll

Mrs. H. C'J6nes, mother of the hon hon-oree
oree hon-oree and Mrs. J. C. .ToWnn

the guests, Mrs. H. M. Hampton pre presenting
senting presenting them to the receiving line,
which v was formed in the drawing
room, Comnosinsr the line" wpto fho

hostess. Mrs. Carnev. wearing a Va

coming afternoon toilette, Mrs. R. S.
Hall Jr. and Miss Helen Jones, the
honorees., Receiviner with them woe

Miss f Winifred Flippen of Tennessee.

a guest of Miss Jones TTiia

lovely, young ladies al.1 wore exquisite

costumes.

Mrs. John H. Tavlor directed tbe

guests into the library, where Miss
Mary Burford presented them to a
receiving ilne of college girls, who
were Misses Agnes Burford. Stella,
Nina "and Carita Camp, Sara Dehon
and Kathleen Leitner. Mrs. finMer

Perkins assisted in entertain in w in f Vio

library, Mrs. G. S. Scott directed the
guests into the dining room, where
they were greeted by Mrsv Creson,
Mrs. White, Mrs. Chambers Sr. and
Mrs. Faulkner. Each of these rooms
made abeautiful iietnr wifh tv.;

dainty color scheme

endar dahlias, and in the library with
its profusion of flowers Mrs.. Grider
Perkins assisted in entertaining.
The dininsr table

adorned with a Cluny lace and Ma-

deira embroidered cloth, centered with
a Dresden basket filled with pink and
lavendar dahlies and plumosa fern.
Pink wedding bells V draped with
plumosa fern decorated the chande chande-herMisses
herMisses chande-herMisses Ethel Horne, Kathleen
Leitner, Loureen Spencer. Katherine

f yies and Mildred Bullock served
white cake and pink cream. The en entire
tire entire house was artistiValW Hnnt

with baskets and vases of pink and
white garden flowers.

Mrs. T. S. Trantham ctiW! i no

rear hall. Mrs. G. R j

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introduced the visitors to Mrs. Du Dumas,
mas, Dumas, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Chambers
Sr. and Mrs. Faulkner, xehn stnn ?

an alcove of the reception hall. Mrs.

k. Plaice asked the ladies to the
spacious porches. : where Mnf.rfiiKiv

seated they enjoyed the delightful
musical pros-ram civpn n

lowing talented musicians: -Mrs. L.
E. Futch. Mrs. J. IT. TWTm.

Isabel Davis, Musle and Mildred Bul-

iock.

Over a hundred

mg the afternoon to enjoy Mrs. Car Carney's
ney's Carney's hospital'ty and to extend .their
best wishes t the Dormlar nnnnreo

Fresh rciik daily at tfco Vs.

lurocery. cents .Der eraarf

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Miss Dorothy ; Lancaster -will if re

open her studio at. ther home 9 Fort
King avenue next Mond ay morning
and already has a large class organ organized.
ized. organized.

If you ask for Carter's Butternut
read and are persuaded to take some

other, its your hard luck. Insist upon

naving .Butternut. 9-tf

Miss Margaret McNeal arrived to

day from Kissimmee, and will again

be one of the teachers m the inter

mediate department .: of the Ocala

schools.

Mrs. R. L. Martin of Lake Weir,

has returned home, haviner snent

wo months in the "land of the skv"

in the Blue Ridge mountains of North
Carolina.

Mrs. P. W. Whitesides is expected

home today from Arcadia, where she

has been the guest of relatives.

Use "Goodnight" and then co to

sleep; 25 cents at Geris Dreg Store.

Charles Doll of Tampa, a popular

representative of the H. & w. B.
Drew Co. of Jacksonville, is in the

city.

Miss Virginia Carmichael accom

panied her cousin. Miss Marguerite

Plummer to her home at Anthony

yesterday for a week end visit.

September Specials. 36-in. Good

Quality BLEACHING 35c.: 39-inch

DOMESTICS 24 c. FISHEL'S. tf

The many friends of Mrs. Howard

Clark will be erlad to know that she

is now able to be uo and trust her

improvement will continue steadily.

Mr. and Mrs. William Needham ex

pect to go to Jacksonville next week

for a visit to Mrs. Needham's par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thompson.

'Goodnieht" chases 3 mosanitoes.

gnats and other insects; 25 cents the

bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Mrs. Frank Bourlav of Orlando.

formerly Miss Nellie Liddon of this

city, who had a minor operation -in
Jacksonville last week, is doinz nice

ly.

Mrs. M. M. Hulbert of Jackson

ville, formerly Mis3 Pearl Thompson

oi this city, is visiting her sister and

brother, Mr. and Mrs. William Need-

ham. :

Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all

germs in the mouth, throat and nasal

channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gerig's

Drug Store. tf

Miss Whitlock of Illinois, who has

been the guest of her sister, Mrs. W.

JU. Kagland, will leave sono for Talla

hassee, where she will enter the

Woman's College.

Misses Louise and Ethel Crosby of

Citrai Mrs. J. H. Handbunr: Martel.

Mrs. C. E. Bateman and soss. Mcin

tosh, Mrs. John Lewis, Oklawaha.

were visitors in town yesterday. -:;

COLLEGE and

MIDDIES, a fine

ISHEL'S.

SCHOOL GIRLS'
quality $2.50, at
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Mrs. C. E. Ahearn and her sister-

in-law, Miss Ahearn of North Caro-

ma, who have been visitiner relatives

and friends here, have returned to
Starke, the home of the former.

Why. throw away $2 to $5 more on

hats bought at a millinery store, when

a hat bought at. FISHEL'S is just as
chic and becoming and so much
cheaper. tf

The many friends ofr,Mr. W..W.

Condon will regret to learn that he

is in the hospital. Mr. Condon has

been sick for ; the past week at his
home and was removed to the hospi

tal yesterday.

"Yes, I got this one also at Fishel's:

why don't you iust ero down there

and Io!k at their Millinery; you don't

have to buy and they will gladly

show you." tf

Mr. William Needham, has recent-

y purchased a 1920 Scripps-Booth

car, in which Mr. and Mrs. Needham

and Miss Annie Needham made a trip

o Jacksonville, Palm Beach and Mi

ami.

Mrs. William Wolff and daughter.

Miss Rose Wolff left yesterday far

Atlanta, where Miss Wolff will enter

Elizabeth Mather College. Mrs. Wolff

win return to Ocala after a short

stay in Atlanta.

September special.

quality BLEACHING

FISHEL'S.

36-inch gooa

3o cents at

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Mr. Edward Mavnard returned tn

ucala yesterday from a 30-dava

cruise up the East Coast as far as

Boston, in which city he had a 72-

hour leave of absence. Mr. Mavnard

after taking his eyamirrtS mim

been passed from second rate to first
rate radio operator, and is tojbe con-.
gratulated-upcn1 his .fins record."

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Merchandise is New and

the Downward Trend of Prices is
reflected in every display.

What news could be more comfort comforting
ing comforting at a time -like -this -when every
feminine heart is a nutter about new things to wear
this Fall and Winter. Prices are much more moder moderate
ate moderate than they have been for some time.
With relief from the high cost wave
in sight and with characteristic
promptness, this store offers in diversified assort-
ments the forerunners of that eagerly looked for
change. One need no longer hesitate about provid providing
ing providing herself with the apparel and accessories she
would like to have.

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Silk and W oolen Dresses
in regular sizes and STOUTS
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Georgette and beautiful
Fleur de Lis hand-made
cotton Blouses
08.50 and upwards
Special line of Trimmed Hats
'-'435.95 and 08.95

We are headquarters for the following well known
lines: Royal Worcester and Bon Ton Corsets,
Phoenix Silk and Lisle Hosiery, Van Raalte Veil Veilings,
ings, Veilings, Silk Undergarments and Hosiery, Peggy
Paige Dresses, Fleur de Lis hand-made Blouses,
L rner Silk Waists, Gold Medal Hats.

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NOTE On account ol the Jeivish New

. this store will be closed all clay MONDAY,

SEPTEMBER 13th.

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USED' ;'CAR IBAKGAIMS-

1 Rambler Speedster
1 Ford Track .......

1 Dodge Tourinz

1 Overland 80, Touring..

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1 TLeo Touring
1 1918 Marrell Tcurir? $323
1 1920 Maxwell Practically New
" 1 Reo Speedwagon Truck Practly Nei?

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LATEST LOCALS

Temperature this morning, 72; this
afternoon, 92 f
Miss, Alice Bullock will resume hei

work with the Star Monday morning.

Mr. Cranford Standley is here from

Jacksonville fin a visit to his mother.

Mi S3 Loureen Spencer leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for St. Augustine, where she

will take a business course this winter

at the- St, Mary's school.

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' Fresh milk daily at the Crescent

Grocery, 20 cents per quart. 8-4t

'Mr.- Robert Gissendaner is here

from 'Georgia, -for a visit to his uncle.

M r. J. M. Thomas and his sister. Miss

Callie Gissendaneri

W. K. Lane. L D Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tf.

The Dauehters of the Confederacy

held their business meetings yester

day 'afternoon at the home of Mrs.
J. T. Lancaster on Fort King. There

was a full attendance, and following

the business meeting Mrs. Lancaster

and her daughter. Miss Dorothy
served white cake and iced lemonade.

Get the habit of calling phone 243
vhen you want high class fresh meats
and groceries promptly delivered.
Cookss Market. Phone 243. 27-tf

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Let; us fit your boys and girls up
for school. FISHEL'S. ;. tf

Mr.' and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. of
Jacksonville are visiting the tatter's
parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Richard Richardson,
son, Richardson, at theSr home in the Second ward.

Misses "Caroline and Babette Pey Peyser
ser Peyser returned yesterday from Miami,

where they have spent the summer
with their mother, Mrs. Simons, and
are at the home of their grandpar

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peyser.
Mrs. Pevser also has returned from

a summer visit with relatives in New

York. '. .. ;
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall

planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store.. ; 8-11-tf

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Leggett's Premier Coffee, the real
morning "joy cup" at Cook's Mar Market
ket Market Phone 243. 6-tf
Mrsv A. M. Perry, who went to
Hickory. N. C. to be with her sister.

Mrs. B. E. Tomberlin,' who has been

quite ill, accompanied Mrs. Tomberlin

to her home in 'Miami and will remain

with her until her condition improves

The man who thinks all he needs to
do to acquire jTame and wealth, is to

buy a lot' of purebred cattle, hogs,
horses 'or sheep, and then proceed to

let them shift for themselves, has an another
other another thought cominer. He will find

his wealth not pleasing to tke banker's

eye. Agricultural Eulletin.

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Fresh milk daily at the Crescent

Grocery, 20 cents per quart. 8-4t

SERGE and SHEPHERD CHECKS
for Middy Suits at FISHELS. tf
Mr. Ed Carmichael has just return returned
ed returned from a three weeks' trip to Boston
and other cities in the north and east
in the interest of the Daylight line.
He says that there, will be more
travel into Florida this season than

ever before, and with arrangements
perfected during his absence the
Daylight Line will have larger crowds

than ever taking the delightful trip
from Palatka to Ocala via the St.

Johns, Oklawaha and Silver rivers.

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

FISHEL'S. tf

Mr. and Mrs; George Blitch and

son, Mr. Hardy Croora, who spent

the month of August in Miami, are
again at their home at" Williston. Mr.

and Mrs. Blitch were in town yester

day and with them, was Miss Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson Bell, society editor of the Miami

Herald, who will be the guest of her
brother-in-law and sister for a short

time. Miss Bell is having her home

in the first ward remodeled, convert

ing it into two comfortable apart

ments.

Universal Vacuum Bottles keep

vour liouids hot or cold as desired

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. -3t

Mrs. J. H. Noland and little daugh

ter, Alice of Timmonsville, S. C, pass passed
ed passed through Ocala Wednesday on their

way to Belleview, where they will

visit Mrs. Noland's sister-in-law,

Mrs. J. N. Shedd. Mrs. Noland, who
before her marriage was Miss Alice

Campbell of this city, has a large

number of irienns nere wnp win De
e-lad to -know she will visit 'in Ocala

before returning to South Carolina..

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

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

INFORMATION FOR CITOYENNES

CRESCENT ERY
ABBOTT & LUFFM AN

Staple & Fancy Groceries

CASH AND CARRY

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Attend the
Band Concert

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Sunday Afternoon

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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUNDFOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-

IHAB LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line, maximum, one

time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times

75cone montn. .Payable in, advance.

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WANTED Carrier boy for the

second ward; one who has bicy

cle. Call at STAR OFFICE. 3t

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LAKE WEIR Two completely fur

nished cottages for sale at 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

: Phone 5G2 7 N. Magnolia St. j

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S. FOR HEADACHES

ENGLANDERX Sold evraywhere by furmnmj dealers
L wrr-EDOC spring xtl V ana department stores

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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 m 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, jno
one can register unless she is of the
age of twenty-one years and up

wards aad at the time of registration

be a citizen of the umtea atates ana

shall have had her habitation, dom

idle, 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

give name of street and residence
number. If outside city, give dis distance
tance distance and direction from court house.

We want your occupation, heighth

and ae-e. ; '

In the Ocala office every tiling will

be done to make your registration

nleasant and aereeable and we hope

lfo nm cmirtesv and resoect'will be

shown in each district in the county.

We have no right to say just what
dav anv one shall register while the

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hooks are open, but we suggest, m

order to avoid a rush and confusion,

that the white women use Mondays,
Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each

week and all others the remaining

three days. If this plan is not accep acceptable
table acceptable it will not be enforced.4 Office

upstairs in courthouse-
, D. M. Barco, Supervisor.
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A mere bagatelle to walk down to

FISHEL'S to trade. tf

Use a crood Klenzo Tooth Brush.

Sold only at Geriga Drug Store, tf

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ECONOMINCAL IN
OPERATION
Delco-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal coal-oil
oil coal-oil lamps. One gallon of coal
ofl gives you four times as
much light when used for fuel

in Delco-Light as it gives
coal-oil lamps.
Write for catalog.

1918 Model Dodge Touring car. See

Mr. Sheppard at at Lewis-Chitty

Company. 4-14t

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FOR SALE A nearly new Ford ton

truck with cab. Will sell cheap for

cash. Address E. R. Smithy Orange

Lake, Fla. 7-3t

t OK KENT hree jiurnished rooms

suitable" f 05 sleeping apartments or

for light housekeeping. Phone 561

or call at 734 Wenona St. 8-6t

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We now have on hand a number of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room and Parlor Sets,
and considering the quality the prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable.

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.OUR LINE OF
of every description will prove attractive to you during the
good old summer's time." AVe have them from
$15 and Up.

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Opposite Ocala National Bank

or lh Elagaolia St. OCALA, FLA

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IFOR SALE A Ford roadster, 1920

model." Has been driven less than
2500 miles. Inquire at 725 South
Third St., Ocala;, 10-6t x

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LOST On Morriston and Ocala road

a tan suitcase, Sept. 9. Reward for
same. M. F. Staton, H. & W. B.
Drew Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 10-6t

W. TUCK
Ocala, Fla

WANTED Furnished house close

in. Address 'A. M. B.," care the

Star office. 10-6t

LtuuiNiJ snrmers-pin. uwner can

have same by proving property and

paying for this ad. Call at Star

office. 10-3t

j FOR SALE rBaby bed or crib. Call

phone 304. 11-Gt

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v uk oAL,tt, J-.ot heavy wraDDinsr

paper, 4 to 5 feet square. Just the

thing for packing furniture, etc.
Price 3 cents a pound. Apply at

Star office. 10-3t

There's a

Satisfied
Yon

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FOR RENT Desirable furnished

r.6oms suitable for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply at 403 Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. ; ll-6t

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Offers you the opportunity of the season to
lay in a supply in the lines we are closing
out. We must close out our entire stock in
a very shorttime and the prices liave been
slashed as never before seen in Ocala.
It needs rio expert to ell that the prices we are
making during this sale are much lower in most
instances than the goods, can be bought whole wholesale
sale wholesale at this time.
We simply ask that you take time to come in
and look the stock over and see that the prices are lower than
you even anticipated. Remember we are closing out pur entire
line of

Goods, ClotiiiMg, Sflnoss, Halls,

PJotlnoms -SLEHdl Lsiclles9 Eeadly-to-wear
The thousand and one articles included in
this sale prevents us naming prices here, but we invite your at attention
tention attention to our Price List which can be had for the asking. :
We are absolutely going to close out lhe above lines and
- give our attention to the Furniture and Douse Furnishing
Business.
...... : CQME ANIJ SEE US .. .i

.(Associated Press)'

New York, Sept. 11. The" national

balloon race scheduled to start from

Birmingham, Ala., this month and the

international contest for balloonists

to start from the same city in Octo

ber are expected by Aero. Club offic

ials in charge of the races to set new

records. This hope is based upon the

greater gas capacity of the balloons

and lessons of construction learned

in the war.

The national event, due to 'start

September 15. will see 15 contenders

lined up, each aspiring to be one of

three -who will defend the Gordon

Bennett cup which has been in Amer

ica since being lifted from France In

1913 by Ralph Upson, of Akron, Ohio

Upson, present international title

holder, made his entry asoon as the

race was announced. Three bags

have been entered by the Army Air

Service, one by the navy and another

by the Army Balloon. School, Fort

Sill, Omaha. The other 10 balloons

have been entered by civilians. The

entry of the balloon' school will be

piloted by A. Leo Stevens, who, with

Professor David Todd, of Amherst
College, won fame last spring by an

attempt to pick up radio-eletcric

waves from Mars through a receiv

mg station 300,000 feet above, the

earth.

The second race, which is to tsart

October 23, will be the fourth ocacs

ion on which the United States has

defended the Gordon Bennett interna

tional trophy since its foundation in

1906. The entries, six in all, are:

Italy two. United States three, and

Belgium one.

Although America is the title hold

er by virtue of winning the last race,

trance has an unbeaten record for

distance, made in 1912 when Maurice

Bienaime covered 1361 miles without

touching land, besting the American

record of 1172 miles set in 1910 by
Alan R. Hawley.

The balloon "Belgica' of 2000

cubic meters capacity, has been enter

ed by the Aero Clu bof Belgium. It
will be. pilated by Ernest. DemJryter,

who contested in the race of 1912.

For all Classes of
Stone, Brick, Wood
and Concrete
, Building

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Phone 446- 728 Wenona St.

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The Daily & Sunday
MIAMI HERALD
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.

Write for Trial Scbscrip-

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Use Klenzo Creme .and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Gerigs Drug
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OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over TroxlerVand the Book
Shop, 113 Main street. 7
C. Y. Miller, E. B B-E.
E. B-E. J. Crook. Secretary.

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FISHEL'S.

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your liquids hot or cold as desired.
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-3t

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GOOD HEALTH IlillTS
OklaLona Fanner Giycs Souni Ad Ad--
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Used Black-DrasgEt
3D Years.
Cameron, Okla. "I have used
Thedford'8 Black-Draught for about
thirty years, and certainly ought to
know by this time what a good medi medicine
cine medicine It is." eays Mr. T. L. Bostler, a
well-known farmer of this place. Mr.
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year, but declares his health
still is good, "and I can say Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught did lt3 part"
"Where there is a lot of malaria, a
liver medicine Is a necessity, and I
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homan. Okla-homan. "It Is one that I know to be
reliable. I sure use it for the liver,
stomach, constipation. Indigestion, and
It has done me a world of good. We
use it for the family, and It gives
satisfaction.
Most trouble, or sickness, comes
from' the liver, and If taken in time
can be avoided. That Is why I use
Black-Draught as I do. I am much
pleased with results obtained.
Thedf ord'a Black-Draugbt is purelj
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ly gently stimulating the livefyrand helps In Increase
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know how to treat you
:'" and your battery on a
Golden Rule basis.
If you need a new
battery, be sure it has
Threaded Rubber Insu Insulation,
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