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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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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 11)20
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Money Interests of America Have
Had the Scare of Their Lives.

New York, Sept. 17-The financial
centers of America's big cities are
armed camps "today, with the police
and private sentries posted to guard
against a repetition of the myster mysterious
ious mysterious explosion which killed thirty-one
and injured 200 in Wall street. Sev Several
eral Several New York detectives and Secret
Service men left for unannounced
destinations, investigating: leads of
widespread extremist plots.
BUSINESS AS USUAL
The stock exchange opened today
as usual as did the sub-treasury,
which is heavily guarded. Bank mes messengers
sengers messengers who usually carry large sums
are being escorted by guards.
THIRTY-THREE DEAD
The financial district is crowded by
sightseers and the police had to re reestablish
establish reestablish lines for a radius of two
blocks. Partly revised lists at eleven"
o'clock brought the death list to S3,
when a man and woman died in a
hospital." A watch is being maintained
about the homes of wealthy men.
A CLUE FOUND
A piece of metal presumably from
a bomb; and an iron slug weighing, a
pound were found this morning on the
roof of.' the : sub-treasury. ;
DREN NAN'S THEORY
Fire Commissioner Drennan told
Mayor Ilylan yesterday's Wall street
explosion was evidently caused by a
bomb exploding in v a horse-drawn
covered wagon opposite the entarnce
of the U." S. assay office. Attorney
General Palmer and-an assistant are
en route here to investigate.;
THIRTY-SIX DEAD
The death list has increased to 36.
IT WAS INTENTIONAL
Later Chief Investigator Flynn of
the department of justice, declared
there was no doubt that a bomb caus caused
ed caused the 'explosion., Edward Fisher who
was detained at Hamilton, was
brought: here for questioning about a
card warning the employes of the
French commission to stay off Wall
street Wednesday.
HE IS PROBABLY IN HADES
The search is centering around the
driver of the bomb wagon.
POSTMASTER EXAMINATION
At the request of the postmaster.
general the United States Civil Ser
vice Commission has announced ; an
examination to be held at Ocala, Fla.,
on Oct. 13, 1920, for the position of
postmaster at Dunnellon. This office
has an annual compensation of $1400.
To be eligible for this examination
an applicant must be a citizen-of the
United States, must actually reside
within the delivery of the office and
have so resided at the time the pres present
ent present vacancy occurred. ','
Applicants must have reached their
twenty-first but riot their sixty-fiftD
birthday on the date of the examina examination.
tion. examination. Application form 2241 and full in information
formation information concerning the require
ments of the examination jnay be se
cured from the postmaster at
the
place of vacancy or from the Civil
Service Commission, Washington, D.
C. Applications should be propertly
executed and filed with the commis commission
sion commission at Washington, D. C., in time to
arrange for the examination of the
applicant. '
UNABLE TO RESIST
ACCEPTING OFFICE
Paris, Sept. 17. It is the general
belief- that President DesChaneVs
successor will be elected Sept. 24th,
and that Premier Millerand will be
unable to resist the call to the presi presidency.
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A GI1EAT GAME
In Spite of Heavy Odds, Ocala Held
the Visitors Down to Nothing
. to Nothing
Everybody who saw yesterday's
ball game vsras highly pleased with it,
and praised both teams Brooksville
for its almost errorless playing, and
Ocala for: spirited dash and bulldog
determination, which more than once
took it to the verge of victory or sav saved
ed saved it from what seemed, imminent de defeat.
feat. defeat.
There is no doubt that Brooksville
had the better trained team. Most of
them" played ball like they had never
done anything else; m fact, we are
informed there was only one. really,
truly Brooksville boy on the .team.
the others being picked, from other
places, notably Tampa, where men of
almost professional skill may be "obtained.-
Certainly Brooksville had a
fine team, and it would have been no
disgrace to any team not made up of
professionals to be beaten by it. -C
As for the home team, it is made
up of good individual players, but
they do not have enough practice tc
do the efficient teamwork required.
Many ; of the boys do not see each
other from game to gamei and some
times? when a man promises to play
he finds at; the last minute he can't,
so the manager doesn't kniw until a
few minutes before the game begins
just what the line-up will be.
There was a. big crowd out to see
the game one of the largest ever
present. The long, ten-inning game
held attention from the start, very
few leaving the ground until dark
ness stopped the game.
The game was a sure-enough bat
tie. Sometimes Brooksville's scien
tine playing almost won the .;, game,
only to be balked by some brilliant
spurt from Ocala; sometimes, alas,
Ocala had victory by the wing, only
to slip its grip at the last second.
Then again the Ocala boys wouldn't
be beaten, for no reason except that
they wouldn't be.
Ten innings were played, and the
score stood 0 to 0. In this afternoon's
name, each side will profit 6y yester
day's experience, and it is impossible
to predict the result.
We have heard that a number of
unpatriotic Ocalans bet on Brooks Brooksville,
ville, Brooksville, and glad they were to get their
money back,
CAFETERIA SUPPER
The young ladies of the Friendship
Wesley Bible class will serve a cafe
teria supper at the Ocala House din
ing room tonight, begining at six
o'clock. The following is the menu
Chicken salad, potato salad, ham
pickles, rolls, deviled eggs, ice tea
pie, ice cream, cake. Prices are reas
onable.
AMUNDSEN'S SHIP
LOCKED IN THE ICE
Nome, Sept. 17. Captain Amund
sen's ship, Maud, bound for the North
'Ple is caught in the ice off Cape
Serge, on, the Siberian coast, accord
:ng to word reaching -here.
QUICK, MR. MONEYED MAN
Twp notes, eleven hundred dollars
each, bearing eight per cent interest,
. tf .
we ana iwo years, iuuy protectee oy
r..ortgage. Have option on, Ocala
property and in order to close deal
h ill fell above paper at liberal dis discount
count discount if taken at once. See me to-
morrow, Saturday -129 North San-
cnez ou, c. urady Martin. It
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Attributes Request for Extension of
Credit to, a Desire to Gratify ;
Extravagance

(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 17-Secretary
of the Treasury Houston today stated
that an extension of credit by the
government does not seem warranted
and attributed much of the present
clamor for more credit to persons de-
siring to hold goods for high prices.
He said the situation is gradually
.clearing.
WONT SEPARATE INTERESTS
The plan proposed by the big pack
ers to dispose of their stock yards in-
erests to F. H. Prince & Co., of Bos
on, will not result in separation of
he stock yards from the packing m
erests, the Federal Trade Commis
sion declared today.
PLUCKY AMERICAN CONSUL
An attempted violation of the Am
erican consulate at Genoa, Italy, by
workmen displaying red 4 flags, who
sought to force the lowering of the
American flag- during workmen's
unerals,.was reported to the state de
partment todayr by Vice Consul Mur
phy, -f Mr. Murphy refused and the
workmen- finally left after expostula?
tions and insulting" language.
NTENSE FEELING IN ALABAMA
ieport that Troops Will be Ordered
Into the Strike District In In-'
' In-' creases Resentment
Birmingham, Sept. 17. Quiet pre
vailed in the coal strike district after
he disturbances of- yesterday but re
ports that Governor :Kilby had order
ed troops into the district did not les lessen
sen lessen the intense feeling.
Three negroes were wounded in an
other disturbance at Majestic today.
WANTS TO GIVE THE
PEOPLE PURE WATER
For. several' months the' State
Board of Healthy, through its bureau
of sanitary engineering water labora
tory," has been making detailed chem
ical analyses of municipal water sup sup-pi
pi sup-pi ies from al lover the state. Chief
Sanitary Engineer Simons, director
of ; the water laboratory states- that
with the recently added assistance he
will complete a thorough examination
of all the municipal supplies within
a short period of time. It is the" aim
of the board to analyze everymunic-
:pay or ; community water supply in
the state preparatory to the issuance
of a complete, detailed report on the
water resources of Florida.
In connection with the chemical
and biological survey, geological data
and general water supply statistics
will be included!! ; The; latter will be
composed of data "relative to wells,
pumping equipment, meterage, dis
tribution systems and consumption.
Preliminaries of this work have
been under way for several months
and to date waters from 52 cities
have been examined. Letters t have
ben sent to many towns requesting
water samples for examination! Ef
forts will be redoubled to secure the
co-operation of every community hav
ing a water supply; and letters wil
again be sent out requesting samples
It is believed that this -survey wil
prove of great value .to the state.
ONE HUNDRED ACCOUNTANTS
ARE NEEDED B YTHE I.tC. C
Washington, Sept. 17. The United
States Civil Service Commission says
that there are more than 100 vacan
cies in high-grade accounting posi
tions under the Interstate Commerce
Commission paying salaries ranging
from $2100 to $3900 a year. The
positions are principally in the field
When employees are absent from
headquarters an allowance for sub
sistence is made. Until further notice
the Civil Service Commission will re
ceive applications for positions of ex
ammer of accounts to fill these vacan
! positions. Applicants will be rated
on their education, training and ex
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. perience.
1 Full information and application
blanks may be obtained from the
united Civil Service .Commission,
Washington, D. C, or from its repre
sentative at the post office or custom
'house m any city.
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Says Bolshevik Minister in Regard to

Note on Poland from Our Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State
(Associated Press)
London, Sept. 17. The bolshevik
minister of foreign affairs has ad addressed
dressed addressed a note to Italy saying that
Secretary Colby's recent note on Pol Poland
and Poland is impossible to understand and
is probably the result of insufficient
information as to the real facts of
national conditons in eastern Europe.
Public Spirited Business Men Allow
Their Clerks to See the
Game
Our stores will be closed this aft
ernoon from 4 to 6 so our employees
may, attend the ball game. Loosen up.
You don t live but once and when you
are dead you are dead for- quite a
while.
O. K. Teapot Grocery. -The
U-Serve Grocery.
THERE ARE OTHERS
The undersigned merchants "and
business men of Ocala hereby agree
to close their places of business this
afternoon (Friday, September 17th)
at- 3:30 o'clock on account of the
baseball e-ame between Ocala and
Brooksville:
Marion Hardware Company.
H:A. Davies.
The Crescent Grocery.
Theus Brothers.
J. Goldman.
; B. Goldman.
J. Malever.
C. A. Fort for Barber Shop.
- C. A. Fort for Pool Room.

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Clarkson Hardware Company-4turilinS

The Style Hat Shop.
II. A. Waterman..
W. A. Miller.
H. W. Tucker.
Needham Brothers.
S. M. Hooper Barber Shop.
The Main Street Market.
The Jirash Grocery.
J. B. Christie.
The Federal Bakery.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
U-Serve Grocery.
Walkley & Barnett.
- Blalock Brothers.
- Carter's Bakery.
F. W. Cook.
J. G. McCrory Company.
E. C, Jordan & Company.
SUMMER COLONY
WITNESSED BOMBARDMENT
Rockport. Mass.. Sept. 16. The
bombardment of moving targets at
sea from an artillery train on the
Rockport branch of the Boston and
Maine railroad furnished the summer
colony of the' Massachusetts North
Shore with a novel spectacle and
pleutjr of noise during the first days
of this month.
Military experts wer especially in
terested in the demonstration as it
was designed to. show the feasibility
of repelling an attack of war vessels
by means of railroad artillery. At a
distance of 13 miles from short tar
gets towed by a tug were a mark for
the heavy guns of the Forty-Second
P. S. Coast Artillery. The line tow
ing the target was a mile or more in
length and the batteries consisted of
eight-inch guns, four to a ? battery
mounted on specially constructed
railroad cars. The guns which weigh
87 tons each carried projectiles
weighing- 200 pounds.
The entire artillery trains consist
ed of 34 cars. It was moved from
Camp Devens in two sections and in
eluded cars for tools and ammuni
tions, a machine shop, a hospital, fire
contral, a kitchen, an office, mess,
wireless and cars for the personnel.
The Forty-Second regiment, which
is part of the Thirteenth Artillery
brigade (railroad) has had a long
and honorable record, dating back to
revolutionary times and the Florida
and Mexican wars.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Aver and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extendei to
'isiting brothers. ; ;
J. D. McCaskilL N. G.
H. E, Luff man, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 23, O. E.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. XL
lira. Susan. Cook, Secretary. ,4

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Preparing to Mobilize Its Forces

Against the High Cost of
Peace.

New York, Sept.' 17 The American
Legion has announced plans to mob mobilise
ilise mobilise its ; forces for war against the
high cost of living. The legion con contemplates
templates contemplates organizing retail dealers
into an association, the prospective
members of : which are said to have
pledged discounts of approximately
five per cent to legion members and
their families.
WILL YOU HELP
The Florida State Automobile As
sociation has started its program of
sign-posting all the doubtful junction
points on the roads of the state. The
expense of this work will run into
thousands of dollars, and the only
source of revenue of this association
is the annual dues of 'members.
The program of the state associa association
tion association calls for metal signs on 4 x 4
white posts. There will be signs at
right angles on these posts, and they
will give direction and distance to
main towns in all directions from
points where they are erected. All
really dangerous curves and cross crossings
ings crossings will also be correctly marked.
There will be nothing hit or miss
about this work, and preparations
which will make for economy any ac accuracy
curacy accuracy have been going on for months
at sign-posting headquarters of the
association. -
At the present time the special
data collecting Ford auto is working
back from northwest Florida, and is
in data for hundreds of these
duplex signs. It will cover all parts
of the state. At Orlando a worm-
drive truck is being outfitted to carry
signs and posts over the route laid
out by the data-collecting pathfinder.
The entire job when completed some
time in the next four months will give
to Florida the most permanent and
attractive road marking m any state,
and will be a tremendous advertise
ment for Florida.
The executive committee of the au
tomobile association is figuring hard
thes. days on ways and means of in
creasing the -membership to such an
extent that the expense of the sign
posting can be taken care of. They
are calling on f every community to
help by sending in memberships to
this non-profit organization, or they
will accept subscriptions to this fund
Annual aues in tne association are
$10 and entitle members to many
direct and indirect advantages
This publicity in this paper, which
is a member of the automobile asso association,
ciation, association, is a plea for- help in this
campaign, and is authorized by the
eexcutive committee of Florida's big
gest public service organization.!
bend applications Tor membership, or
cash subscriptions to headquarters,
Orlando. John M. Cheney,
I. W. Phillips,
W. E. Martin,.
; Benj. Drew.
Leon B. Fort,
Executive Committee, Florida State
Automobile Association.

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Express Widely Diverging Opini-orj
Regarding' National and Inter International
national International Affairs
(Associated Press)
Harion, O., Sept. 17 Senator Hard-:
ing pronounced the League of Na Nations
tions Nations irreconcilable with the Ameri American
can American constitution in a constitution day
address from his front porch today.
COX IN HI JOHNSON'S COUNTRY
Sacramento, Sept. 17. Gov, Cox
praised Senator Hiram Johnson as an
exponent of progressiveism and flay flayed
ed flayed the republican leaders supporting
Senator Harding in an address here
today. He is making an effort to se secure
cure secure the electral vote which clinched
Wilson's last election.
BIRTH REGISTRATION
ON THE INCREASE
Jacksonville, Sept. 16. Notable in-
crease in birth registration in Florida
is reported by Dr. S. G. Thompson,
in charge of the bureau of vital sta statistics
tistics statistics of the State Board of Health.
Records for the first six months of
1919 show 8497 births and covering
the same period this year 8713 regis
trations have been made. Dr. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson states that he is greatly pleased
wit hthe response of physicians and
midwives to his appeal for stricter
compliance with the registration lar;3
of Florida.
While it is not believed that every
baby born is reported this year's re record,
cord, record, up to date, is a decided improve improvement
ment improvement on preceding ones and it is
hoped that before long the state will
be placed in the United States regis registration
tration registration area for births, continued Dr.
Thompson.
Another announcement coming
from the bureau of vital statistics i3
of the completion of a well equipped
fireproof vault for the vital records
of the state. This is a requirement
of law but until the present time the
state has not been able to comply
with it. The vault allows sufficient
space to take care of the records for
the next fifteen years. An 'efficient
system of recording is followed by the
the bureau and any individual in need
of his birth certificate may secure it
in a very short time by communicat communicating
ing communicating with the State Board of Health.
If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
CARRIER BOY WANTED
Boy wanted to carry the third
ward. Must have wheel. Apply
at Star oSce, School boy can
do the work after school hours.
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COMMIT THESE
TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
. Electors -
Martin Caraballo
Charles E. Jones
J. G. Charon
P. W. Ccrr
V. V. Knott
C. B. Wells
The Miami- Metropolis loves Ger German
man German music and loves the Sinn Fein.
Business is done on credit and not
on debt, as the bond advocates claim.
Wonder what the Austrian girls in
paper clothes do when .it rains. St.
Augustine Record.
JPeel.
' More negro women than white
wcKien are registering in Duval coun
ty, and the democrats seem worried.
Well, what did they expect?
' It is reported that out of fifty thou thousand
sand thousand chil dren in a northern city, 300
ere studying German. This means,
W2 s'.:pr-ose, there are only S00 pro pro-Gevman
Gevman pro-Gevman families in that town.
Until the death of Olive Thoma3 in
rjri3 the other day, only a few peo
pie outside the movie business knew
that she and Jack Pickford were man
ar,i wife. Jack is bringing the body
of hi3 wife home.
Instead of retracting his statement
that the republicans have a fifteen
million dollar campaign fund, Cox
steps on the gas' and says it is twen-ty-hve
million. That's right, Jimmy;
five them something worth while to
dt-ny while ycu are about it.
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they arc discussing what
foreign language to teach m the pub public
lic public schools, may not the Star suggest
the English language, A college pro
fessor of forty years ago could under understand
stand understand Chaucer more easily than he
cculi our present day slang.
The Jacksonville Metropolis spread
its first page yesterday with a hys hysterical
terical hysterical scream that white supremacy
Yr.s threatened by so many negro
women registrants. This typogra typographical
phical typographical rear, .was well calculated to
cause unnecessary alarm and ill feel feel-teg.
teg. feel-teg. In, an editorial in it& later edi-
'tion, the Met said that the excess of
.negro over white women registrants
in Duval county was eighteen. Yv"e
counsel the. Met to be less easy to
scar?, and to keep its boxcar type for
real emergencies.
Argument that "liquor doesn't
m.'Jka tetter men," is rather farcical
when rpplied to the American navy
Vw.c-n Daniels orders whisky olf "the
medical list on shipboard. The Amer American
ican American navy has been "without re reproach"
proach" reproach" for many years long before
the North Carolina printer got a
cabinet jcb and undertook to reform
it. The- American navy had some something
thing something more than patrol duty to do in
'Z$, and had shown its prowess a cen century
tury century ahead of the milk-and-water,
regulations. Times-Union.
The. navy will get rid cf Daniels
rretty soon. Buf. if has not been sa

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IT'S NOT SO BAD AFTER ALL

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The New York Times'in its usual
cool and dispassionate way sums up
Tomwatson's victory in Georgia as
follows:
Much harmless hullabaloo ha3 been
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made over the success of Mr. Thomas
E Watson in the Georgia democratic
primaries. He has been a vindictive
enemy of the administration and the
League of Nations; therefore, his
nomination for senator in Congress
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was a triumph over the administra
tion and the League of Nations. Any-
ody who has followed Mr. Watson's
interesting and multifarious career
knows that he' has a'Leporello list of
animosities. In his own state he has
stirred up various bigotries and in
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tolerances. He has been a populist,
a democrat, a Roosevelt man. He may
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democrat, but he is merely a Watson-
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surprising genius for heated and per personal
sonal personal journalism,- continually pouring
cut his opinions and maledictions in
his own organs. He has acquired a
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him anywhere and doesn't care a rap
where he "goes.
To the "hill billy" and "wool hat"
persuasion he is an -idol. His admir admirers
ers admirers care little about his abstract
principles. It is his intense and salient
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the constant sound of his cudgel play
ing on the sconces of his opponents,
that deheht his audience. In some
respects he is .like Ben Butler in Mas
sachusetts fifty and forty years ago.
He makes life interesting. He 'is a
show. Doubtless,, as in General But Butler's,
ler's, Butler's, case, many persons not duped by
his programs are ready to vote for
him because they want to see "what
the old man will do."
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his platform. "In. not less than five
districts the issue was carried direct
to the people," says the Atlanta Con Constitution,
stitution, Constitution, .by Yatsonian candidates,
and in each, of those districts "the
fight against the" league was lost-"
Thus in the fifth district Mr. Watson's
campaign manager in the April pri primaries
maries primaries ran for Congress, making vio violent
lent violent opposition to the league his car cardinal
dinal cardinal issue. Yet Mr. Upshaw, the
sitting representative, beat him bad badly
ly badly though there was a third candi candidate,
date, candidate, also. a friend of. the league, in
the field. In .the ninth district a ma majority
jority majority of. the counties voted for Mr.
Watson, but the .anti-administration
and anti-league candidate was "over "overwhelmingly
whelmingly "overwhelmingly defeated." And so on.
Mr. Watson had a signal personal
victory, which it is nq business of the
outside worjd to criticise. Every state
to its taste; and many eccentric and
ebullient characters" have been sent
to Washington from' many states. The
fact remains, as the Constitution
says, that "the defeat of every candi candidate
date candidate for Congress who made common
cause with him is not without signifi significance
cance significance as far as approval of the
League of Nations and of the record
of our congressmen is concerned";
that is, approval of the record of the
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son season now and will all gladly welcome
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Mrs.' J. M. Mathews, Mr. Neal and
Miss Marie Mathews of Flemingston,
spent Sept. 5th as dinner guests of
Mrs. C. R. Curry.
Mr. and Mrs. V, P; Smith and Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Smith and son spent
YvTednesday in Ocala.
Mr and Mrs. R. P. Smith were
shopping in Gainesville Friday.
Mr. Johnnie Tyson and sister,
Jamilie spent Saturday in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville.
' Mr. Willie Mathews of- Jackson Jackson-vilel
vilel Jackson-vilel passed through here .Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards and
children of. Ocala were Sunday visi visitors
tors visitors here, coming to bring Mrs. V. P.
Smith home,
Mr. C. R. Curry had the misfortune
to lose a valuable horse last week.
Rev. Guy of Williston filled his reg regular
ular regular appointment, here Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. He was accompanied out by
Mr. White and Mr. and Mrs. Lucius
LiNewsom.
I Miss Eula MqKinney, who is teaeh
ing at Archer, x spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. T. J. McKin McKin-ney.
ney. McKin-ney. Mr. Mike Clancy and sister, Miss
Lonie of Ebenezer, atteneded services
here Sunday afternoon.
. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Morgan Bodie of Lexington, S. C,
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truth were to be told. One might
search diligently and long without
encountering a more complete pre presentation
sentation presentation of Autumn's most favored
modes. Every feature, every, little
detail and every new fabric and col col-oring
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rival of a little .daughter, born Sept.
4th. Mrs. -Bodie was Miss Theora
Smith of this place. .
Mr. and Mrs. Williamf Neal" of San San-ford
ford San-ford returned to their home last
week after several days visit to Mrs.
J. G. Smith.
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day. Friday. Central school opened Monday,
September Gth, with Mrs.'CVR. Curry
as teacher. There were fifteen pupil3
enrolled the first day, and everything
started off nicely. Quite a number
of patrons went out the first morning
and their presence encouraged both
teacher and .pupils.

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Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:SQ
,o 'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G,
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordis!
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K.'Sage. K. of R. & S.

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pianos. haggage,
machinery,
riiUNrnuu:. etc.

f : 3 Oil

Attention, school children. See
our line of 5c tablets. The Specialty
Shop, A. E. GERIG. 14-5t
Mr. Jack, Kibler of Dunnellon has

returned to his home after a brief

visit in the city.
Guavas $1.95 per crate, plus ex

I press, fcnippea cirect to customer.

Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. 15-4 1

Miss Carrie Barco is at home from

a pleasant vacation spent at Hernan

do with relatives.

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NSURAJNTCE
Oca hi, Florida

ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

;n -i Eyesight is such a prec prec-o
o prec-o iou.s thins that it should
?'-' 'Ll .be treasured and guard-

r. i c .v ed with the most zealous

.W'r-S care.
DR. K. J. WEI1IE,
Optometrist and Optician
F.yesiftut Specialist

FIRST AID TO

Tivo o!our
SPECIALS

Miss Sidney Perry left yesterday to

join her mother at Miami, where they

will be the guests of .relatives for a

short time.

Use Klenzo Creme and keep your

teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug

Store. tf

Miss Hazel Feltham, a former

Ocala girl, but now of St. Petersburg,

is the guest of Mrs. J. A. Frazier at

the home of Mrs. J. W. Davis.

Fresh car Atlas'- cement just re received.
ceived. received. R. H. Todd Lumber Co. 16-3t

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WE. ARE, NEVER TOO BUSY
To give your Shoe Repairing -Prompt
attention. We can serve you while
you wait if desired with the famous
Goodyear Welt System of repairing.
7e call for and deliver work free.
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114 S. Magnolia St.
Phone 143, OCALA, FLA.

Miss Pauline Collins of Fleming Fleming-ton,
ton, Fleming-ton, after a visit of ten days at Lake

"Weir, has arrived m the city for a
short stay at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Elbert Mills before returning to

her home. ? :

Full line of garden seeds and onion
sets for fall planting now ready, at

Bitting Company's,' Ocala. 13-5t

The youhg ; lady members of the

Friendship Wesley Bible class of the

Methodist church and their teacher

are expecting you at -their cafeteria

supper this evening from six to nine

o'clock at the Ocala House.

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Reorganization of Ocala Alumni As

sociation, Board of Trade Room,
Tuesday, September 14th

Those present at the meeting to or

ganize an alumni association of the

Ocala high school at the Board of
Trade room Tuesday were Mr. W. T.
Gary, Misses Margaret Taylor, Mam

ie Taylor, Meta Jewett, Mamie Shep Shep-hard,
hard, Shep-hard, Nina Camp, Elizabeth Davis,

Agnes Burford, Anna Belle Wesson,
Louise Spencer, Ruth Simmon3, Irene

Henderly, Winnie Gordon, Cevie
Roberts, Mr. Leonard Wesson and

Mr. Robert Blake.

The meeting was called to order by Ii
Leonard Wesson, temporary chair-

man. Reorganization was discussed

and decided upon. The following of

ficers were elected: Missgnes Bur-

ford, president; Mr. Leonard Wesson,
secretary; Mr. W. T. Gary, secretary.

As there was such a small number

ufesent. it was oecitiea io no i

at 7 p. m. and the following commit-Uj

tee was appointed to notify all grad-r ;

uates or the nign scnooi: Liizaoeui j
Davis, chairman. Louise Snencer. w

Ruth Simmons and Mamie Taylor.
' A nrrTri5f f 3 rf TLfiss Ttfaro-orofr

Taylor, chairman, Miss Mamie Shep-1 1

hard and Miss Mamie Taylor, was ap-
pointed to draw up a constitution and
by-laws to be presented- on Decern- I
ber 28, 1920, at the meeting to be H

It was decided that the sum of one
dollar : should be paid annually by
each member, to be used to encour encourage
age encourage athletics in the : school. Miss
Shephard made a very nice talk ask asking
ing asking that everyone turn out for the
games to be played here during the
year." .. ;: '. -y
There being no further buisness,
the meeting adjourned.

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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 MONEY'S
WORTH AND MORE. ;
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Miss Caroline. White will enter
Southern College this year, leaving
Wednesday f or Sutherland. Her

I tfether, Rev. C.,W. White will accom

pany her-and take part m the open opening
ing opening exercises. Miss Isabel Davis is
also a student at Southern.

Breakfast 13acon Squares,
per lb : $ .38
riantation Bacon Squares,
per lb : .28
Florida Peanut Butter,
bulk, per pound 35
Florida Peanut Butter,
bulk, 4-pound bucket,. 1 .40
Florida Peanut Butter,
. bulk, S-pounu bucket.. 2,70
Jello Ice Cream Powder,
2 for... .25
Clean Easy Soap, 4 for.. .25
Fresh Eggs (our eggs are
guaranteed)
Florida Sugar Cane Syrup,
pint jars .25
Fresh Milk, pints .10
Fresh Milk, quarts ...... .20
I -pound Klim 50
21-2 pound Klim 1.80
Skimmed Milk, r-pound,. .65
GET YOUR

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,We Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters for this
community and we want
to Whisper Softly in your
ear that we Guarantee
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Oils, Gas and Accessories to.

Once tried always used, Federal
bread, the best in the world. 16-3t

Mr.' Raymond Mixson' of Tampa,

after a pleasant, vacation .spent in .Mi .Miami
ami .Miami with his uncle, Dr. L. F. Blalock
and family, has arrived in Ocala to

pay a visit to his aunt. Mrs. George
Taylor, and family, before proceed proceeding
ing proceeding to his home. BIr. Mixson has

many friends in the city who are al

ways glad to have him among them.

Our stock of fresh seed3 for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store. -V 8-11-tf

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Phone 78 V
OCALA EOUSE BLOCK

Mrs. Frank Hampton of Gainesville
is a charming visitor in the city, a
guest at he home of Mr. and Mrs. J.

W. Dumas. Mrs. Hampton as Miss
Harriett Whiddon was a former Ocala

girl and she will be remembered by
many as a very bright and fascinat fascinating
ing fascinating vouns: lady. Her friends are

etxending her a cordial welcome.

"Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,

gnats and other insects; 25 cents the j

bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Miss Kathleen Leitner returned last

night from a. two weeks visit with

relatives at Dunnellon and was ac

companied home by Misses Minnie

White and Ada Knight. Miss White
will be the guest of Miss Leitner for

several days, but Miss Knight leaves
this afternoon for Winter Garden,
where she will teach music. She was

a graduate of the State College for
Women in Tallahassee last spring.
Guavas $1.95 per crate, plus ex express.
press. express. Shipped direct to customer.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. 15-4t

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ry party at the springs last evening

were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip G. Murphy,

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dumas and their

guest, Mrs. Frank Hampton. Others

in the party were Misses Sue Moore,

Caroline White, Christine Close and

Messrs. Laurie Izlar, Frank Butler

and Dr. Nichols. After enjoying the

many diversions and sports at the

peteut reporters. Financial and it springs, the jolly crowd returned to

Market reports. Sporting news Ijithe city and witnessed the movies at

and various comic features. An the Temple theater
exceptionally well edited con- if .',";

Srtrvative editorial tia?e. The St 1 Our Hew electric sausaffe mill has

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1 choicest hamburger and home ground

One of tha best- newspapers
published in. Florida. Associat Associated
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and City news secured by com- t!

the
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of the day's news easily.

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DRUGGISTS
Phone 11 430 N. Magnolia St.
Ocala, Florida

Open your mouth, and close you
eyes. Federal bread, the taste tells. St

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One of the most welcbme arrivals

,in the city for some time is that o

Willard Clarkson Blood, who was

born at the hospital this morning;

.This is Mr. and Mrs. Blood's firs

f child and Mrs. Blood's parents, Mr

I 'and Mrs. H. B. Clarkson's first grand

I 'child, 'so he is being vine a most cor

-jMMHf.j.j reception, xne many inenus u

J these families are showering them

Meet me at the American Cafe, with best wishes and congratulations

Union Station, Ocala, for a regular

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Miami, Florida

dinner family style. Best dinner in

the state for 75c. Eat and drink all

Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.

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Shady, Sept. 15. Mr. J. F. Gaskin
and Miss Mae Prior were married at
the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. L.
A. Jones, Saturday at noon. Only
members of" the families of the con

tracting parties and a few intimate
friends were presentRev. J. it. Mar

tin,-pastor of the Baptist church here,

performed the ceremony. 1.1 r. and

Mrs. Gaskin left immediately for a

short automobile trip to Gainesville,
Trenton and Newberry. Their host

of f irends here and elsewhere extend

'to them best wishes for a long, happy

:nd prosperous married life.
The Shady school opened ,Monday

with Miss Livingston of Ocala teach

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The Calvary school opened Monday

a wek ago with Miss Clara King of

Red Level, teacher. There has been
a hue and cry about scarcity. of teach teachers
ers teachers in the county for a year or two
and this year it was the burden of the
superintendent, teachers hard to get.
InHhis precinct three schools are run running
ning running within eight or ten miles of
each other and they won't average all
the way through the term,' fifteen pu

pils apiece. Seems to us these three
schools could be combined, two teach teachers
ers teachers employed and the third teacher
fill a vacancy where needed more.
Less expense to the county and a
prospect of building up one good
school in this precinct. At the present
rate, there is no future for the schools
here and the natural trend is to go to
town. We call thi sa pity. What is
a community without a good school ?
A graded school where the boys and

girls can competent least the tenth
grade ? -

Mr. Charlie Liddon has entered the

Orlando high school again for the

coming term;:

Miss Dorothy Young, Rogers Lid-

dch, Arthur, Leslie and Vivian Doug-

as, Misses Brent Woods, Pancy and

Jessie Pearl and and Ralph Redding,

George, Lillian and Sallie Leak are
attending, school in Ocala.

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Edwards have

moved from Ocala to Mr. Edwards,
farm here. We hope they will decide
to make this their permanent home.

Mr. Clarence Redding returned to

his home in Orlando. Sunday after a

week's visit here with relatives and

riends. ,: -:-' i :;-, '.

Jack Horne will enter the military

school at Columbus, Tenn., this year.

The ladies of this precinct are re

quested to go over to Mr. Fred

Buhl's and register, we .-hope, the
white women will realize the impor

tance of their voting at this eekticn.
Think over it- the county needs all

the good, democratic votes. The war
was fought and won for democracy

and we must do all we can to keep

our country safe.

We are requested to call the atten

tion of all members of Olivet Baptist
church to the fact that a business
meeting will be held at the church

Saturday evening, the 18th, and every

member is urged to be there. Impor

tant business will ,be attended to at

that time. ; .'-

Some one likened a Ford car to a

woman charming when she- is
charming and but you know the
rest. Jim Goin has a new Ford now.

Ask him about it.
Some fine porkers are being ship shipped
ped shipped from hereabouts. Some of the best
hay is being housed snd.osme good
sweet potatoes are being dug. ,We
believe Mr. Gaskin and Mr. Leak are
holding the potato championship.
We are still listening for wedding
bells!" :,v ',::.- 7
Rev. J. H. Martin will preach next
Sunday, morning and evening.

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Twenty-two room two-story' building occupying about one acra of J
ground on the block adjoining the new anion depot, Ocala. Down-
stairs consists of dining room, office, living room, six bedrooms, store
'room and kitchen. Upstairs, 12 sleeping roms and trunk room.

Iron fence on front; large garden ln'the back; new fence wi.r. cy cypress
press cypress posts. Frontage of 265 feet on the Seaboard Air Line can be
sold off for warehouse purposes without disturbing the buildings.
Will be offered for a short while at J6C00.

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Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-

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Dresses, and we are supplying this demand a great
deal cheaper than you can buy the. clothe to make

them.

These lots embrace some of the
nicest Children's Dresses at a
price far below the present re retail
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Nicely made dresses for the little tots. Good colors.

Dainty checks and pretty plaids. Dandy values
and unsurpassable bargains.

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Colors and Styles strictly up-to-date.
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LATEST LOCALS

Mrs. Henry Fountain of Tallahassee.

t Geoff rev Minis and Gordon Ander-

- son are attending the Williston school,
Temperature thi3 morning, G8; this 'going with Miss Lou Eva Anderson

and sister in tneir car. :
Mr. Lionel Robinson of Williston
came out Sunday and took the Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick family-to spend the day with
Mr. Raymond Robinsoa and family of
Williston.
Robert and Sam Colding have mov moved
ed moved on their old home place.

Mr. .W. E. McKay Jr. of Coleman

is in town for a few days.

Use a good Klenzo Tooth Brush.

Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store, tf

Miss Gladys Farris has returned

from her visit to Jacksonville.

A. quality loaf thru and thru. Fed

eral Bread. ; 16-3t

Up to noon today, only fifteen col

ored women had registered in the

Ocala precinct.

The Klenzo Family complete is now

on display at Gerig's Drug Store, tf

Mr. Robert McCormick of Albany,

Ga., is a popular traveling salesman

in the city for a couple of days.

CONNER

After your patronage. Our hook

is baited with good service. Federal

Bakery. 16-3t

Mr. Harry D. Palmer of Tampa is

spending a few days in the city, en
route home after a combined business
and pleasure trip to points north.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbi'ng & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed We're

fighzing for QUALITYnot prices, tf

Mr. Fred Richter of Burbank was

in town this morning en route to New

York city, where he will "visit his

daughter for -several months.

Mr. and 'Mrs. Harley Marsh return

ed home yesterday from Sneads, Fla.

Mrs. Marsh has been very iH, and her

friends are glad to see her home and

much improved.

Guavas $1.95 per crate, plus ex

press, emppea airect to customer.

Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. lo-4t

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TLA SIM-TLA Li LOCAL NEEDS

BATES Sis line, maxima, ens
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. :

Conner, Sept. 16 W. T. Howard of
Cottonwood, Ala., has charge of the
school at Indian Mound for this year.
J. N. Stevens is at Eureka this
week Hooking after the work on the
public roads in that district.
, O. H. Rogers accompanied by his

wife and children of Ocala spent Sat

urday around Lynne, looking after

the county's interests.

The work on the bridge across

Eden Creek on the road to Salt

Springs will soon be completed. :

E. R. Rahme and wife of Ocala and

Mr. Bolton have been spending sev

eral days with S. L. Manning and
family.

Miss Wynonah Randall and George

Randall are atending the Ocala high
school this year nd are boarding
with Mrs." Henry Hynemann Sr., who
has recently moved to the county seat

to put her little grandchildren in

school.
Hatton Atwater has gone to Palat-

ka on a business trip. :.

The public school at Key Pond
opened Monday morning. Mrs. E. O.
Powell will teach the present term.
- E. O. Powell, Lucian Manning and

S- L. Manning went to Ocala to at

tend to business Wednesday.

Miss Emilu Powell of Tampa, visit visited
ed visited the family of her uncle, E. O.

Powell for a few days last week.-

Rev. Gus Padgett of Fort McCoy,
will fill "his regular "appointment at
the Oklawaha Baptist church next

Sunday.

Have you ever tried Federal raisin

bread toasted? Its, flavor is delight

fully different. 16-3t

LAKE Y7EIR Two completely fur furnished
nished furnished 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.
: Wood row. Box 5SL Ocala. Fla. 0-tf

BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE

1918 Model Dodge Touring car. Sea

Mr. Sheppard a.t at Levns-Chitty
Company. 4-14t

FOR RENT Furnished apartment

for light housekeeping. Apply to
C03 East Second St. 14-tf

WANTED Middle aged man desires

position as salesman in Ocala. Will
consider place in office; willing to
commence on moderate salary.
Phone 252 or address "Position." in

Mr. W. M. Pepper, proprietor of

the Sun of Gainesville, and Mr. W. E.
Baker of the same town, Messrs, Geo.
T: Taylor and M. Venable of Archer,
were welcome visitors to Ocala today.

Our stock
planting is
Store. ;

of fresh seeds for, fall
now in. Ocala Seed
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(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let us prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hund-red
red hund-red dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
. 0&22S -ii ellweFei Im,cala"v ;

i An important transaction in real
real estate is the purchase "of the
George Rentz property by the mem members
bers members of the Baptist church. The big,
old-fashioned house, up to the time it
passed into the hands of : Mr, Rentz,
was the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Anderson. The transaction was

carried on thru Mr. Henry Living Livingston.:
ston.: Livingston.: '- --7.;':-,"

The two furnished cottages which

am advertising in a-column of this

paper tor sale at Lake Weir near

Eastlake, can be bought at the low

price 'of $1600 and $2600, respectively,
David S. Woodrow- Room 8, Merch Merchant's
ant's Merchant's block. 9-15-tf

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LSwe Stock- MarZiett:
at their bams on Exposition Street.
We have on hand a nice assort assortment
ment assortment of Southern Mules.
1921 Models,.

Notify us if
you have
any of our
Ice Cream
Packers.

iCourlfliar

Phone 284

V. A. TBI

CONTRACTOR

Anything in'Brick, Stone Concrete,

V Tile and Piasteringr
s PHONE 52G, OCALA

London Aug. 31. An attempt to

cross the English channel on a so

called "water cycle" has just been
made by Miss Zetta Hills, a young

Englishwoman. She started at 7 a.

m. f rom Calais for Folkestsone, about

30 miles. The currents prevented a
direct course being followed, and at

first Miss Hills was taken down the

channel along the French coast until

a few miles" Irom Boulogne. Then
the tide turned and she, was swept up
the channel until east of the Goodwin

lightship. Once more the tide chang changed
ed changed and the cycle made a westerly
course.
After covering about 48 miles in
12 hours, the machine .broke' down,
owing, it is" supposed to the backwash
of a passing steamer, and Miss Hills
was taken off by a rowing boat, only
three and one-half miles, from the
English coast. :
" Her food and drink were milk, fruit
and boiled ham. She intends to try
the trip again.

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician inr"
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose nnn
ThroaL Office over 5 and 10 cent utore,
Ocala, Fla. if

OAK VALE

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WANTED At a bargain to buy

stock consisting of wagon and car carriage
riage carriage material, .mostly wood stock,
steel, iron, bolts. Do not want ".any
tools or machinery. State what
you have to offer. F. B. Terrell,
Lakeland. Fla. 16-6t

LOST Shriner pin.

office if found.

Return

to Star
9-15

QUICK, MR. MONEYED MAN Two

notes, eleven hundred collars each,
bearing eight per cent interest, c:ie
and two years, fully protected by
mortgage. Have option on Ocala
property and in order to close deal
will sell above paper at liberal dis discount
count discount if taken at ence. Seg rne to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, Saturday 129 North San Sanchez
chez Sanchez St., C. Grady Martin. It

WANTED To rent a furnished
'house or rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Permanent. Address,
'Housekeeper' care Star. 14-Gt

ECONOMICAL IN
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.

LARGE Sweet guavas, $2 per six
basket crate, f. o. b., cash with
order. T. B. Snook, Weirsdale,
Fla. lG-tf
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WANTED To rent five or six-roora
house, furnished, in the best resi residence
dence residence section. Will pay good price
and furnish Al reference. Travel Traveling
ing Traveling salesman and wife want to
spend five or six months in Ocala
with view of locating here. Ad Address
dress Address at once," L. T., Harrington
Hall. 16-

NOTICE

TIJCKEE

Ocala, Fla.

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Notice is hereby given to Charles
B. Clements, and to any and all per persons
sons persons whomsoever, that on or before

twelve weiks next after the last pub

lication of thi3 -notice in the Ocala

Weekly Star, you produce before the

county judge," at the court house in
the city of Ocala, Marion county,

state of Florida, satisfactory evidence
of the continuance in life of said
Charles B. Clements if he yet remains
alive.
Done at my ofiice in Ocala, Florida,
this the SOth day of August, A. D.
1920. W..E. Smith,
County" Judge in and for Marion
. County, State of Florida. 3-2t

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in all of the Latest Colors.

We have all kinds of tablets, inks,
pens, pencils,, eraser," crayons" and
school supplies at The Specialty
Shop, A. E. GERIG. 14-5t

Don't faH to visit the Guarantee t Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all

Every-germs in the mouth, throat and nasal

Clothing & Shoe Company,
thing we sell is guaranteed.

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We're channel; 25 and 50

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf Drug Store

cents at Gerig's
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There's a

Satisfied
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User. Near

See Ple

Oak Vale, Sept. 15. The Ebenezer
school will open the 20th inst. Miss
Constance Jacobi teacher. -We con

sider the school fortunate in securing!

Miss Constance and predict : a suc successful
cessful successful term, if the; patrons will
"hands off." - : ; j

iiir. ixiiu iviia. mii.uu iiuncu ui
Gainesville came down Sunday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, bringing Mr. Howell's mother,
Mrs. Pearl Rozear who will spend
soHie time with her father, brother
and sisters.
Mr. Michael Clancy and sister,
Miss Lonie, attended preaching Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon at the Wacahoota
Methodist church, Eev. R. A. Guy,
pastor. '7-''-: "-
Mrs. Vivian Whitehurst and. two
little boys spent Sunday night and
Monday, with Mrs. Whitehurst's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson. ;
:? Mr. W. H. Anderson and Percy
Larson gathered beef cattle the first
of the week and delivered them at
Williston. They -sold through Mr. lu
E. Smith of Williston.
Mr. W. H. Anderson has as his

guest his nephew and wife, Mr. and I

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For all Classes of
SI one, Brlclc, Wood
and Concrete
v Building,

j J. D. KcCasMli
Contractor
1 Phone 445. 728 Wenona St.

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IlILIiyfiy UUIILUULL

Arrival and departure of tz-st-.t
tra'ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The fo'ilowing chedula fibres pub published
lished published as information and net guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. ;
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrlvs
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 &m
1:55pm Jacksonville l:30pn3
4:Co pm : Jacksonville 4:S3 pm
Tampa- '.
2:1;" am Manatee- 4:03 pin
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:13 tea
1:Z'J pm Tampa-Manatee 1:S3 pia
4;0r pm. Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE II. H.
Leave Arrivs
2:12 pm Jarcksonville-N'York 2:43 &m
1 r4". pm Jksor.ville-Gainsville 3:23 pel
6:42 km Jksonvilie-Gnesvilie 10:13 pm
2:42 am StJPetsfarg-Lakeland 2:12 am

3:33 pm

StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm

7:10 am Dunn ell on -Wilcox

7:2.; am DuneUon-Lkeland 11:03 prs

:25 pm

Ilomomssa'

Leesbarg
Gainesville

1:30 pi

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11:50 as

10:12pm
4:43 pm

Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

OCALA LODGE NO. 285. B. P. O. Ii

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevokat
and Protective Order of Elks, meeti
the second- and' four -Tuesday ;f Tu Tunings
nings Tunings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome, Lods? roc-rat
upstaii-3 over Troxler's and the Doe-It
Shop. 113 Slain street.

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