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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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Weather Forecast: Fair northeast,
cloudy and unsettled in south and
west portion tonight and Wednesday.
OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1920
VOL. 26, NO. 227
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A a Useful Institution, as Well
Several Lives, Sacrificed to
Incendiary Hate ":

as

(Associated Press)
Dublin, Sept. 21. Ealbriggan, near
here, is in tenor and streams of ref refugees
ugees refugees are abandoning1 the town as a
result of an attack by auxiliary police
in retaliation for shooting two police

men last night. Two civilians were

Chicago Mob Stood in Awe When he
Warned Them Against Com Committing
mitting Committing Sacrilege

, (Associated Press)
Chicago, Sept. 21. The stockyards
section is quiet today, following an
attempt by a mob to lynch three ne negroes
groes negroes last night. One small priest,
in whose church the negroes took

refuge, succeeded in turning back the

Democratic Candidate Has
Speeches on his Schedule
Today

Five

. (Associated Press)
Los Angeles,'. Sept. '21.-Governor
Cox' has five speeches on his schedule
in Southern California today before
his departure for Arizona.

shot dead, several wounded and many I crowd with warnings against sacri-

1. J. -1 XI 1 J. 1 M..

Jiouses Bet on nre auu uic largest noa-iiese.

iery factory in Ireland was destroyed.

SLIPPING HIM SOMETHING? ROTARY CLUB MEETING

T j"nIjrn &vnf 1 P.fi vrn tiriAW

,.??Msii nniifii thoW n tv, xne notary iud enjoyeu a uue

question whether Mayor McSweeny uncJ the Masonic hall today, said

was being fed by answering "not that u'nc? u,e.mf p".,"""
we know of, but you must remember ian Ladies Aid Society. The usual
hia TPaltives Kava f tr, Kim repertoire of songs, jokes and public-

- I j 1 t 1 JJ 1- 1

Th is ih fircf i mo tlio rnoofiAr. spuiteu remarks auueu easuic w

f,n t Kr, ,,j;fi .1 :t ithe occasion. The following resolu-

McSweeny this morning was reported tl0ns was .unanimously passed: ; ;
considerabl v watpr 1 I At a meeting of the undersigned

DTTPPTra iv nicmuot. members of the Rotary Club of Ocala,

jeixasc, oept. aien unuormea ftf nnaTino- and s bine- this neti-

as Ulster volunteers caused damage A. hM at the office of Eddie Chace

...lit. jj. . 1 -1 i. j. r I

miu mes aim; uomus- m iouniy on Sept. 20, 1920, the following ac

jueitrim. B ifin-

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It appearing to the undersigned

FALL OPENING OF .' members that at the last meeting of

THE STYLE HAT SHOP this club a grave injustice was per

One of the choicest and largest as-1 in that some disparaging, vicious, ill

sortments of ladies' and children's I considered and wholly unwarranted

hats ever brought to Ocala will.be on J action was taken regarding the gen
display at the Style Hat Shop, begin- eral make up of said member, to-wit

nmg Wednesday and continuing thrulH. L. Borland, the said member being

Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The in no wise responsible for said make

proprietor of this shop purchased fori up;

her iall and winter trade the largest! Now in justice to said member, and

variety and greatest number of hats I for the purpose of making, such

that she has ever carried, and the amends as are called for m this mat

prices will be found most reasonable, j ter, we the undersigned,, do hereby,
In another, column of the Star will be I jointly and severally, offer our sincere

found the Style .Hat Shop's advertise-1 apology to said member and do hereby

rnent inviting all the ladies and chil- retract in every way the said slander-

dien to visit the store whether, they jous action and do hereby now state
contemplate buying or not, for the that there isT absolutely no truth in

proprietor is desirous of her past and Ithe insinuation carried by said mo

future patrons to view the beautiful tion

Gas Works Wilks. '
Ice House Taylor.
Tomato Johnson.
Watch Dog Benjamin.
Pull 'em Out Chace.
Go It Alone Mac Kay.
I Pay When You Die Gerig.
Tear Them Up Pasteur.
Brantley Alphonso Weathers.
Going to Quit Cam.
Mark Them Up Waterman.
Real Estate Woodrow.
Pay Only Six Cents Dehon.
Saw Them Short Todd.
Brand All You Catch Edwards.
Don't Burn them Up Scott.
I'm Not Sick, I Was Only In New

York Rheinauer;

Sour Stock Only Wartmann.
I'm Saving Up to Go to Scotland

PHI hUCES

ON ALL HENRY FORD'S LIZZIES
PUT IN EFFECT.
TODAY

(Associated Press)
Detroit, Sept. 21. Re-establishment
of pre-war prices on all the pro products
ducts products of the Ford Motor Company,
effective immediately, was announced
today by Henry Ford. The price re reductions
ductions reductions range from approximately
14 per cent on motor trucks to .31 per
cent on small automobiles.

COLBY KEEPS TENNESSEE
IN SUFFRAGE COLUMN

, (Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 21. Secretary
Colby today refused to grant the re request
quest request of anti-suffragists from Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee that he rescind his former ac action
tion action proclaiming ratification of the
federal suffrage amendment.

LIQUOR WAR EXTENDS
INTO SOUTH AMERICA

and' stylish hats on display.
CRUISER YANKEE HAD

TO BE BLOWN TO PIECES

New Bedford, Mass., Sept. 21 The
cruiser Yankee, which was wrecked

on Hen and Chickens reef in Buz

zards Bay 12 years agd and which

sank and was refloated only to go
down again after drifting a few miles,

nas oeen nnany lost to the navy.
Y recker s who have been trying for

several years to remove the hulk of
the sunken cruiser as a menace to

navigation have blown it up, and
timbers of the old Yankee are now

scattered on the floor of the bay.

The Yankee, which was formerly

the coastwise passenger steamer El

Sud, was in transport service during I Gerig.

the Spanish-American war and was I It's Cheaper to Move

continued on the. naVal rolls after after-.
. after-. ward as a cruiser. She went aground
on Hen and Chickens during a thick
fog on the night of September 23,

1908, and slipped off into deep water.

Santiago, Aug. 23. Agitation in

favor of rigorous enforcement of reg

ulations governing the sale of intox

icants and for additional measures of
control has been growing recently in

Chile

A campaign has been started to
make the Araucanian indian. reserve
of Cholchol "dry" following a petition

to the government from residents in
the district alleging-violations of the
existing laws which prohibit the sale
of alcoholic drinks on Sundays and
feast days and by persons without
license. The petitioners declare ped peddlers
dlers peddlers visit the indians for blankets,
fowls and cereals with the result

that the feasts "degenerate in drunk
en brawls and much disorder."

Movements also have been started

by working in the nitrate and j coal

fields in favor of prohibiting the sale

of liquor on pay days.

Than

Rent Freer.

Cash and Carry Clark.
I Put on Tires, You Can

Them that Day Davies.

The following ragged looking

Pay

Forget

but

The navy's attempt to float her, spited song was sung, and when

made under the direction of Naval the mellow voices of the Rotes took

Constructor Washington L. Canbs. hold of it, it sounded better than it

vfailed, and private bids were called looked. Has some good sentiment m

for. As a result, the first notable use

of compressed air for marine salvage Keep on lookin for the bright, bright

m this county was made by John Ar- skies.

buckle of New York, a sugar refiner. Keep on hopin' that the sunll rise,

He bought Peary's Arctic ship, the K-eep on smgm' when the whole world

Roosevelt and made her the head- sighs,

quarters of his operations. After And you'll get tliere, and you'll get

tnree montns work witn tne com compressed
pressed compressed air method the Yankee was
raised and started in tow for this

port.

She Tan into a storm during, the

there,

In the m-o-r-n-i-n'.

Keep on sowin' when you've missed

the crops,

Keep on dancin' when the fiddle stops,

United States Treasury Notes.
The words "Thesaur: Amer; Sep-

tent: SIgll," on every treasury note Is Issued
sued Issued by the government' are abbrevi

ated words for 'Seal of the Treasury

of North America." The Revolution

ary government of the United States

was continued under the Constitution

without any change in some depart

ments. By an act of the Continental
congress of September 26, 1778, the

reasury was organized, with an au

ditor, comptroller and treasurer, and

the same officers still run the treas

ury under the secretary and his 'as

gistants, and nil paper money and
bonds have the seal, not of the

United States of America, .but of

the. treasury of North America. It

was the United States of North Amer

ica which made treaties with France

and Spain in 1778.

night, heavy seas thumped her weak-1 j
. Lwriri v,,i Keep on faithful til the curtain drops
-ened frame and one of the air ports j '.m u j m

broke. The Yankee went down again
off Dumpling Light and, although the

.Arbuckle wreckers renewed their ef

forts, and other salvage outfits did
their best to bring her to the top, she

And youH get there, and youH get

" there,
In the m-o-r-n-i-n.

Keep on trustin' in

right,

the cause of

stayed there ten years before she was Keen on lookin' to the dawn of lieht.

isiown 10 pieces

Wonderful Mammoth Cave.

Mammoth cave Is today the great

est subterranean area known to ex-

I3t. It has five different levels and

the temperature is at all times JH de degrees.
grees. degrees. Eternal darkness and stillness

reign supreme. Stalactites and sta

lagmites take on the form of fluted

columns, of festoons and of draper

ies, xnere are creat auditoriums

with lofty ceilings one where the
formations resemble a starlit sky -4
domes hundreds of feef. high, the
rides formed of' tier after tier of
Cated 'Columns, and a river, the Echo,
navigable for half a mile, which de derives
rives derives Its name from the fact that the

slightest noise is Intensified a thou thousand
sand thousand ..times..-"' -'y- '-f'

Keep on fightin' till you've won the

fight,

And you'll get there, and youTI get

there,
In the m-o-r-n-i-n.

IT WILL' BE ONE

ORDERLY ELECTION

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Uarion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
11., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:20 o'clock until further notice
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. II.

(Associated Press)

San Salvador, Sept. 21 A dispatch

here says that American marines are
guarding the polls at the Nicaraguan

presidential election.
FOR FIFTY YEARS UNDER

CONTROL OF FRENCH

' (Associated Pres3)

Vienna, Sept. 21. The Azember

prints what purports to be an agree

ment .whereby the state railroads wil
pass under control of a French cor

poration for fifty years. France agrees

to aid Hungary in boundary demark

ations where possible, the paper says,

The weather is fine. Scrip dance

tonight at Commercial Club. It

Anarchist Threat Evidently Shook the J Storm Lashing the Gulf and Prepar-

; Nerves of Customs t House I ing to Scourge Its

Employes I Shores

(Associated Press) I (Associated Press)

New York. Sept. 21 .The customs Washington, Sept. 21.- Hurricane

house is under heavy guard because j warnings were ordered up at 10

of the warning that it would be blown I o'clock for the west Louisiana coast

up today. Although the warning island the Texas coast from Port Ar-

regarded as a hoax, no chances will thur to Corpus Christi. The, warnings
be taken. There was an epidemic of said a tropical storm was advancing
sudden illness and visits from out of with dangerous .winds toward the

town relatives noticeable, but Collec- west gulf coast and ordered all inter.

tor Edwards was on the job early.

NO CLUE YET
Federal and police authorities ad

mitted today they were as; far as
ever from a solution of the Wall
street explosion mystery and virtual virtually
ly virtually the only trail being followed was

the story of two men hurrying from

ests warned. Precautions are being

taken along the gulf coast.

BIG TRADE IN STOLEN

BENZINE BUGGIES

(Associated Press)

Detroit, Sept. 21 Six persons were

Q I arrested here today charged with

moments hpfore the dptnatinn'. shipping $200,000 worth of stolen au

tomobiles to Scandinavian countries.

Onf nf tVip nartv i a woman.

Shortly afternoon all women em-1 .

ployes were ordered from the customs DOUGAL HID OUT FOR SIX DAYS

nouse.

(Associated Press)

HAD ANY MAN ANY-" Sault Ste. Marie. Mich.. Sept. 21

THING ON HIS HIP? Dougal Mouer, wanted in connection

with the killing of George Elliott, a

f Associated Press) I brick manufacturer, surrendered to-

Washington, Sept. 21. Delegates I day after hiding in the woods with

from various parts of the world at-1 his sister and his sweetheart, Maggie

tended the fifteenth international con-1 Bock for six days

gress against alcoholism which open opened
ed opened today. J

Edwin C. Dinwiddie, former legis

lative superintendent of the Anti-

Saloon League, was elected chairman

of the congress.

SOVIET PLANS WINTER

INVASION OF SIBERIA

LITTLE J. B. HURST

. (Associated Press)
Honolulu, Sept. 21. Civilians in

the Khabarrovsk region of, Siberia
are fleeing because it is reported the
Soviets are planning a decisive, win-

S. Iter campaign against Siberia.

Little J. B .Hurst, son of Mrs

N. Hurst died at 2 o'clock this morn

ing after a short illness of a week. DESCHANEL'S RESIGNATION

Mrs. liurst and her three children WAS READ TODAY

came here from White Springs about

two montns ago to make tneir nome, k (Associated Press)

ana during tms time nave made many paris, Sept. 2LThe resignation
friends who sympathize with them in ftf Prsidpnt DPRChariels was read

their distress. J B. .was a very bright simultaneously in, the senate and

aim joyauie uoy ana was me pet oi chamber of deputies today.

nis neignoornooa. mrs. xiurst ana

her other two children left this after

noon for White Springs "with the body
of the little boy, and interment will
take place there tomorrow. Pyles &

Perkins had charge of the funeral ar-1

rangements.

The weather is" fine. Scrip dance

tonight at Commercial Club. It
Blind Man's Directions Exaot.

The mld-VIctorlan lady was trying
to find her way about after emerging
from the subway at Astor place. No

policeman being in sight, she asked

directions" of ; the news-stand man.

"Isn't it dreadful, not to be able to
find your way' around V she said. Tm
hopelessly befuddled. Would you

please tell me how to get to Waverley

place?" "Are you facing east or west?

asked the news-stand man. "Am I fac

ing east or west?" repeated the mld-

Vlctorian lady, puzzled.- And then she

saw. that the man whom she had asked

to point out the way was blind. "I'm
facing east," she said slowly. "Well,

turn about west, then," said the cheer

ful voice of the bllnl newsdealer, and

he went on to give her explicit direc

tions. She followed them to the letter,
finding them to be exact, far clearer, in
fact, than directions generally received

from those who see. New "'ork Eve

ning Sun.

SHE DIDNT NEED

. :' -ANY SURNAME

Associated Press j
Douglas, -Ga., Septr 21. Having

lived 120 years without a surname,

Aunt Hester, a negress
here in 1799, died today.

born -near

SOVIET WILL TAKE

CENSUS OF RUSSIA

Moscow. Aug. z4. Wireless in

structions 'to all political sections

i have gone forth from the bolshevik

central committee here that an all

Russian census is to be taken, which,
it is explained, "is essential with a

view to discovering the weak places

in the soviet social fabric and to re

lieving other's want and disorganiza

tion."

"As in private property," the cir

Icular adds, "so in the property of the

the whole state, each individual part

depends on the other parts."

"Latterly," the decree proceeds,
'the town populations have moved in

I large numbers to the country. Re

garding the workers, tradesmen and

specialists, we do not know how many

there are, nor where they are. It is

I essential to discover and reckon up

this working in force. When this is
done, there will be a possibility of

correctly distributing them.

All Members of the Party in Ocala,
and" Marion Cour.ty, Come For

ward Cheerfully and Help Out

The following, who have been ap

pointed by the Democratic National
Committee a finance committee for
Ocala, invite all democrats in the city
and county to contribute to the
party's campaign f lind. All donations
will be published in the Star.

J. H. Benjamin, Chairman.
L. H. Chazal, Secretary.
W. T. Gary, Treasurer.
Donations to Date

R. E. Lay ton .,.$ 1.00

J. D. McCaskill .............. l.Oti

W. T. Gary 5.00

J. H. Benjamin .............. 5.00

R. A. Burford 10.00

Mrs. R. A. Burford 5.00

Miss Mary Burford 2.00

R. F. Rogers 10.00

ASSEMBLY JUDICIARY

COMMITTEE OBDURATE

Explosion in Wall Street Didn't Help

Socialist Cause Any

(Associated Press?
Albany, N. Y Sept. 21. The as

sembly judiciary "committee by a vote

of 7 to 6 reported without recommen

dation the resolution to exclude so socialists
cialists socialists from the extraordinary ses session,
sion, session, and the action of the committee

was made a special order for this

afternoon.

AMERICAN FIRMS DON'T

USE ENOUGH STAMPS

Buenos Aires, Aug. 25. Failure of

the majority of North American man

ufacturing and exporting concerns to

place sufficient postage on the letters
they send to Argentina is one of the
details which is tending to cause an
unfavorable opinion here of American
business methods, says the bulletin of

the United States Chamber of Com

merce in Argentina.

The bulletin is convinced that at
least 25 per cent of the letters sent
here from the United States bear a
two-cent stamp instead of the five-

cent postage required. This means
that the recipients not only are oblig

ed to pay the additional three cents
but a fine imposed by the Argentine

postoffice regulations equivalent to -the
deficiency, or a total of six cents.

Many circulars and selling letters
come with the two-cent stamp and
"it may be readily understood how
annoying it is to -Argentine firms to
have their, correspondence treated in
such a careless manner."
The bulletin al:K comments upon
"the lack of even rudimentary knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of geography" shown by some
American concerns in addressing let letters.
ters. letters. It cites the instance of an im important
portant important letter addressed by the
chamber of commerce of one of the
largest American cities to the stock
exchange in "Buenos Aires, Brazil."
The ignorance displayed of the loca location
tion location of a city of nearly 2,000,000 pop population
ulation population is "to say the least not espec especially
ially especially flattering to our Argentine
friends, who are very proud of Bueno3
Aires a3 being the. metropolis of
South America.'

PROHIBITIONISTS MEET
IN WASHINGTON

Fall Opening

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

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Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday,
September 22, 23, 24 and 25
SHOWING OF
PATTERN HATS
AND
MILLINERY NOVELTIES

MISS RENA SMITH
105'Main Street Ocala, Florida

Seaboard Air Line

Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:03 a. n
Leave for Tampa. ........ 2:10a.m.
Arrive from "Jacksonville.. ItSOp.ra.
Leave for Tampa. 1:50 p. m
Arrive from Jacksonville. 4:24 p. m

Leave for Tampa. ........ 4:25 p. m.
Arrive from Tampa. ...... 2:14 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 2 :15 a. m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:04 p. m:
Leave for Jacksonville . 4:05 p. to.
Atlantic Coast Line
Leave for St. Petersburg. 2:49 a. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.

1 Leave for St. Petersburg. 3:35 p.m.
I Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p. m.

II Leave for Leesburg....... 10 :13p.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
ii Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12a.m.
j Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p. m.
II Leave for Jacksonville... 1:45p.m.
I J Arrive from Leesburg .... 6:41 a. ra.
it Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:43 a. ra

! I Leave for Jacksonville .... 6 :42 a. m.

1 1 1 Arriv from TTnirm?5iRS. 1.25 D. m.

Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday . . 11 :50 a, m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday .4:45p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tne-
flav TTirrMrv. Satnrrfnv 7:25 a m.

ii Ar. from Lakeland. Tues-

h day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p.m.

fi Leave for Wilcox, iionday.

Wednesday ana i?naay. i :iu a. ex
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Washington, Sept. 21. The fif fifteenth
teenth fifteenth International Congress Against
Alcoholism opened "here today for a
six-day session with delegates from
most parts of the world present.
Originally, the congress was to have
assembled in 1915, but having .been
postponed year by year because of tha
war its present meeting will be ths
first since that at Milan, Italy, in
1913.
. Speakers from 15 foreign countries
are on the program. Those from the
United States will include Yilliam J.
Bryan, Attorney General Palmer and
Secretary Daniels, who will discuss
phases of national prohibition. In
addition to the speeches, the congress
will stage a. pageant "illustrating the
anti-liquor movement in this country.
An exhibit also will be held of mate materials
rials materials and methods used in the world
campaign against liquor, and of the
development in the manufacture and
sale of soft drink.
A number of rattional and interna international
tional international 'organizations and societies will

hold meetings and conferences during
the congress, -but at hours supple supplementing
menting supplementing its regular session. These
societies include the World League
Against Alcoholism, the World Pro Prohibition
hibition Prohibition Federation, the International
Order of Good Templars, the Wom Women's
en's Women's Christian Temperance Union, the
Catholic Total Abstinence Union, the
Anti-Saloon League of America, the
Scientific Temperance Federation, the
Priests' Total Abstinence League, the
Inter-Collegiate Prohibition Associa Association,
tion, Association, the National Temperance Coun Council,
cil, Council, the National Legislative Confer Conference
ence Conference and others.



CCALA EVEJUNG STAC, TUESDAY, SEPTE31BER 21, 1920

iV

, Mil

VaitiUheg Every Day Eept Sunday ly
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

a small branch on a dairy farm here
last week, but investigators disclosed
the fact that it wa3 piped into the
creek. Great excitement prevailed for
a day or two and a local company was
organized but it has all drowned out."

It. i II. Carroll, President

V. Laves:od, Seeretary-Treaaurer

J. II. Ueojaraia, Uiiiter

The Atlantic Coast Line has not so

far shown any disposition to chum
with the city and the seaboard in

making improvements at the union
station. Running a sidetrack across

Entered at Ocala,. FU., postoCSce as la much used street seems to hp th

BStcomi-cla. matter. . r i. t;

in improvement, so far S3 Ocala is

concerned.

WILL FILL A LONG FELT WANT

TELUPUO.MZS

rtnikfae Office Flre-Oa
t-dlirrial Deoartrueat Twe-SereB

SOi-fr iir porter .Ftre-Oae

Says the editor of John Bull: "Per

haps before settling his next budget,

jiumbur associated press the chancellor of the excheouer will

The Associated Press is exclusively eni.'u(ir fhp iAen nf i winwal rnll
ntitied for the use for republication of consider tne ioea oi a reciprocal poll
til &ews dispatches credited to it or tax upon all Americans and other
not otherwise cred' ted In this paper and u; n-,i k-

.also the local news published herein. j w,i6

ah ria-hta ci reDubllcatlon of special lour snores. At present everv lint-

Is&atcriea herein are also reserved. ichrr entorirxc lovino- tha nUaA

States has to pay a tax of thirty-five
shillings,"

Editor Star: The first number of
the Florida Industrial Eecord will ap appear
pear appear "about Oct. 15. .This publication
will be devoted entirely to recording

the industrial growth of Florida, and
to the general upbuilding of the
state. We feel that it i3 a field not
filled at present. .
We would like to exchange with

your publication on an even basis, if
possible. Our publication will be
monthly, and the subscription price $3

year. We would be glad to have

you start your paper coming to us at

once. The address is: Florida Indus

trial Record, Tampa, Fla.

Fraternally yours,
Florida Industrial Record,
Robt. W. Bentley, Editor.
Sure, .Bob we -will exchange with

anything you print. Here we come.

Come back at us. Good Iuck to the
Record.

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Cox says he would like to have a

60 1 man. like 'Hoover in his cabinet. We

sincerely hope Mr. Cox will be elect-

DVi:Tisixa hates ed, and that he will give Hoover, a

Diai'iart Plate 15 cents per men lor Eeat at hi3 council table. Herbert

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CO!.i:iIT THESE TO IIEMORY

Florida

Democratic Pre

' Electors

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Chsrle3 :
J. G. h

2. Jones
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W. V. Knott

C. B. Wells

Ladies will find that it will save

them money to give Iheir exact ages

when registering, or, if their con consciences
sciences consciences allow, put -on a. few years

According to law, every citizen of

! Florida must pay polltax, until fifty

five years old. Now we know a lady

who is. forty-five years old, and looks

like she is thirty-five. She can reg

ister as thirty-five and get away with

! it, but it will cost her ten more bones

to vote while she is here below.

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"KEEP YOUR CREDIT

IN YOUR OWN HANDS"

The following from the Times-

Union is very appropriate Just now:

Bonds at Any Price

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FELLOWSHIP

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u quewi oi. jeigiuiii e "there was much discussion pro and
cemn3 an enthusiastic reception in Lon?M If there was a discussion there

must have been some con-ing and
some pro-ing else there couldn't be
any discussion; and it always appears
to me that those' three, words might
just as well be deleted by the censor
tic Viir otici'it'O Tlnn't xrnvt -4-Vsinli-

It-was a September morning this orn in pam Eeach Post

Good dope, Thorn. Let's you and
us economize on the language by
eliminating those three words from
our copy- We should have begun
sooner, however. WTe have used them
at least a hunderd times in our re re-portorial
portorial re-portorial and editorial labors. :

re

Erazil

The nation is now short appro xi

mate!? five million dwellings and

apartments.

morning, but ail tne same a drivin.

little fan felt good to a man shut up

in an ofTice.

ihe. saying used to be, "it rams
cats and dogs," but in Georgia and
Florida it is worse it rains Catts

and .Tomwatsons.

.The democrats are taking it for

granted that all the .white women
v;Lo register are democrats. In
which they are somewhat mistaken.

Air travel over theEnglish channel
is becoming almost as common as
ferry, traffic. A new line is to be es established
tablished established between London and Am Amsterdam.
sterdam. Amsterdam. . -v-

The first decision of a woman jury
in Ohio resulted ;in a newly married
couple keeping possession of the house
from which their landlord had tried
to evict, them. The case was heard in
Akron. ; .: 'v';? v ri

Census returns shov that Vermont
is losi.ig population. Yviiat can you
expect of a state that refuses to rati ratify
fy ratify E'jfT rage? Tampa Tribune.
Lock out, son! Florida hasn't rati ratified
fied ratified it yet.
The boys' -committee of the Rotary
Cub has done some good work this
summer,, taking boys out to Silver
Fprir?s every Thursday afternoon, to
crr'oy the refreshment of that unsur unsurpassed
passed unsurpassed bathing resort.

Parley P. Christensen, candidate for
pn -dclent of the farmer-labor party,
is six feet four inches tail. He has
been grand master in the Grand
Loigs of Elks, but he won't be able
to horn into the Vhite House.

Our Fellowship correspondent
makes some very pertinent remarks
in -.another column about school af affairs.
fairs. affairs. : The folks out in the country
are paying their ten-mill tax- and are
list-, setting their fair proportion of
what it pays for.

".Te. wonder if De Valera thinks of
I.Ic2v.'oeny when breakfast is served
to -him in h&d in that palatial New
York hotel. Jacksonville Metropolis.

There is nothing in common be between
tween between them. McS weeny i3 a sucker
er:J d-3 -Valera is a leech.

A candy manufacturer, in a letter
to tbs.siste department, lists his bus bus-ins
ins bus-ins &3 fifth in benefits from the
prohibition laws. The four taking
prc:ej?nce of candy-making are-savings,
tanks, soft drinks, ice cream and
moving pictures,. in the order named.

A loss of more-than 33,000.000 .. in
vrcrld population has been .traced to

the world war by a committee formed

to. investigate th? losses. The actual

Lsltle deaths were more than 9,000, 9,000,-Cw!),
Cw!), 9,000,-Cw!), the others were caused by war
epidemics, food blockades and star

vation and the fall in the normal

birth rate.

Old Bloom- down at Lakeland is

grumbling, as usual, this time about
the ease with which wiretappers and
confidence men escape the law. Sher

iff of Pinellas county was hot after

wire tappers. Governor removed him.

County attorney of Hillsborough had
good case against confidence men;

governor fired him without giving

any reasons, and filled the place with

one of his pets, E. P. Martin, former formerly
ly formerly of this county, who says he will
put a stop to the proceedings. When
you add to that how ready the gov.

was to turn Mr. Shoplifter Tucker

loose, you have no business to say

anything, but nobody can prevent you
from doing a, lot of thinking.

Our new electric sausage mill has
arrived. Phone your orders for the

choicest hamburger and home ground

sausage. Cook's Market and Groc
ery, nhone 243.

' rXIicIlhd to
xvliich Barney
trusted Ms-'
.-Hie

I! Barney Trusts Thcsi
you ca:i

DAVIES, The Tire Man.
- Vakanizibg
Phones 438-76.

In order to get their arguments

down to the level of their conception

of. the intelligence of the voters of
Florida the advocates of the bond
amendment are now making their ap appeal
peal appeal to the voters in catechism form.
This catechism clears up one point
concerning which were were in doubt.
Here is one question and the answer
to it.
"Question What 13 the next step

after the amendment is ratified by

the people of Florida?"

"Answer At the session of the
legislature in the spring of next year,
1921, laws will be enacted authoriz authorizing
ing authorizing the first issue and sale of 30-year
bonds, at the prevailing market rate
of interest, but only enough will be
sold from time to time to provide a

sum of money that can be economical

ly, used."

As a general rule -we know 01 no

exceptions when bonds are offered

for sale the amount to be paid m in

terest is stipulated and the fact is
also stipulated that they, are not to

be sold below par. This is not the
case with these bonds that- would

place mortgage on all the property in

Florida. They are to pay whatever m

terest is necessary to sell them for

whatever the lenders of money will

give for them.

It is known that they will be sold

under verv extraordinary circum

stances. They are to be sold when
United States bonds in some issues
are being sold on a basis that requires
more than six per cent interest and
under normal conditions a state
would have to pay about fifty per
cent more interest than the federal
government. They are to be sold
with 'the knowledge that they are
only the first issue of a'debt that will
be more than three times as large in

proportion to wealth as any state in

the Union is now buredned with.
They are to be sold at a time when,
from some source or other, a nation nationwide
wide nationwide campaign is being waged to in induce
duce induce the states to issue bonds to build
roads and thus they will be sold in
competition with demands from other
states going into the hundreds of
millions if this campaign, of which
the campaign an Florida is only a
part, is successful. Certainly money
will cost fifty per cent more, probab probably
ly probably twice as much when the credit of

Florida is hawked about as it would
cost under normal conditions. Then
the idea is borrow the money what whatever
ever whatever it may cost.
The. roads would be built at a time
when road building material, already
twice as high as in normal times,
would be increased in price by the
competition of the various states for
it, if this nation-wide plan of which
the Florida plan is only a part, goes
through. Material would cost more
than twice as much as in normal
times. The bondomaniacs say pay
whatever i3 charged get the roads
at once at any cost.
In other words the bondomaniacs
propose to get fifty cents worth of
road if they can for every dollar the
people of Florida pay for them. If
they can't get fifty cents worth they
will get less but they will drive their
part of thi3 nation-wide plan of
somebody through if they can what whatever
ever whatever it may cost the people of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida.
. Fortunately the people of Florida
must decide this question for them themselves
selves themselves but they must decide it at the
election next November. If they au authorize
thorize authorize jthe legislature to issue bonds
under this amendment their credit
will be forever out., of their own
hands.

Fellowship, Sept. 20. We are hav having
ing having some pleasant weather and the
farmers are taking advantage of it
and are making hay while the .sun
shines.
Mr. Vance Wveathers of York, was a
business caller Tuesday.
Mr. Claud McCully left last Friday
for Melbourne, where he will-teach
in the high school for the coming
term. t
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ferguson gave

a social last Friday night in behalf
of the B. Y. P. U. There was a large

crowd in attendance. After amusins:

themselves with several games, the

guests were invited into the dining
room, where they they were served

punch and cake. Mrs. Ferguson and

her two charming daughters, Misses

Sarah and Calhe, proved themselves

to be charming entertainers, and won

a warm spot in the heart of all those
present, and the guests will ever think

of the occasion with fond remem remembrances.
brances. remembrances.

Mr. -Editor, I have read a number

of your articles on the public schools
and I must say I agree with you in
almost all you have said. There seems

to be and has been a lack of better

teachers for our rural schools. WTiy
shouldn't the small schools in the

rural districts have just as good

teachers and as long a term as Ocala

or any other school in the county?

Nearly all the small schools are sub sub-districts
districts sub-districts and have money to their
credit in the treasury, and why can't
they have first grade teachers at a
reasonable salary? It is not because
they can't pay them for a term of
eight months, and I don't believe it is
the scarcity, of teachers in this coun county,
ty, county, for this community is furnishing
teachers this year to the following
places: Tallahassee, Gainesville, Okee Okeechobee,
chobee, Okeechobee, Yulee, New Smyrna, Mel Melbourne,
bourne, Melbourne, Frostproof, Wauchula, Wild-

wood and several other places I can't

recall just now, and all these teachers
doubtless hold first grade certificates.
There' must be something wrong in
our school system somewhere.

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Visit our store; you will find a fresh lino oi groc groceries
eries groceries 'and prices right. Fruit and vt&etabk, also
fresh country eggs. Phone 562 and let us have
your order ready when you call.

The two furnished cottages which I
am advertising in a column of this
paper for sale at Lake Weir near
Eastlake, can be bought at the low
price of $1000 and $2600, respectively.
David S. Woodrow. Room 8, Merch Merchant's
ant's Merchant's block. 9-15-tf

SERVICES AT THE
JEWISH SYNAGOGUE

Services for the Day of Atonement
will be held at the Jewish synagogue,
this evening at 7:30 o'clock and
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
All the Jewish places of business
will be closed all day Wednesday.
The Day of Atonement is the most
sacred of all Jewish holidays. 2t

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WQODMEN OF TITE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. ra. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.

CONTRACTOR
Anything in Brick,' Stcne, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering
PHONE 52G, OCALA

Meet me at the American Cafe,

Union Station, Ocala, for a regular

ciainer

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style. Best dhmer in

the state for 75c. -Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
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Charter No. 10578

Reserve District No. 0.
REPORT OP CONDITION OF

OIL

TKUilE AiiD CIIMJBll IIATIOilAL

At Ocala, iu the State of Florida, at the Case of Business en Sept. 8th, 1920
RESOURCES
1. (a) Loans and discounts, including rediscounts,
(except those shown in b and c). ...... .?791,231.3S
TotaUoar.s .. 791,291.33
."' Deduct: -'
(d) Notes and bills rediscounted with Federal

Reserve Bank (other than bank acceptances
Bold) see item 55a) 7. 7. .. 27,500.03 27,500.00

2. Overdrafts, unsecured, .f 31.21

7C3,791.3G
81.21

5.

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49,000.00
105,000.00
. 40,735.00
834.00

2,000.00

39,500.03
63,SC8.09

8.
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10.
11.
12.
14.
16.
17.

18,

19.

20.

U. S. Government securities owned :
(a) Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds
par value)
(d) Pledged as collaternal for state or other de deposits
posits deposits or bills payable . ................
( f ) Owned and u npled ged
(h) War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamp3
actually owned .
Total U. S. Government securities
Oilier bonds, securities, etc.: 7:'..--A 7.r.:?- -7.
(b) Bonds' (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to
secure postal savings deposits
(c) Bonds and securities (other than U. S. se securities)
curities) securities) pledged as collateral for state or
other deposits (postal excluded) or bills
.'.'.' payable : . :
(e) Securities other than U S. bonds (not in including
cluding including stocks) owned and unpledged

Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S. .
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank, (50 per cent of
subscription)
(a) Value of banking house, owned and unin unincumbered
cumbered unincumbered :
Furniture and fixtures 7
Real estate owned other than banking house..
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank...
Cash in vault and net amounts duo from na national
tional national banks . '-
Exchanges for clearing house .............. v
Checks on other banks in same city or town as
reporting bank (other than Item 16) . . .
.Total of Items 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 .. 114,689.84
Checks on banks located outside of city or town
, of reporting bank and other cash items. ..
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due
from U. ,S. Treasurer..'
Interest earned but not collected (approximate) ;
on notes and bills receivable not past due.

195,5C9.00

22.-
23.
24.

25.

27.
28.
31.

33.

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33.

40.
41.
42.
43.

43.

TOTAL...

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in . ............
Surplus fund
(a) Undivided profits
Interest and discount collected or credited in
advance of maturity and not earned (ap- ;
proximate)
Amount reserved for all interest accrued ....
Circulating notes outstanding - "
Net amounts due to banks, bankers and trust
companies in the United States and foreign
- countries (other than included, in Items 29
. or 30)
Certified checks outstanding
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding....
Total of Items 29, 30, 31, 32 and 33 81,107.41
Demand deposits (other than, bank deposits)
subject to reserve (deposits payable within SO
days) ;
Individual deposits subject to check ......
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days 1
(other than for money borrowed) ........
State, county or other municipal deposits secur secured
ed secured by pledge of assets of this bank
Dividends unpaid .. ....... ..............
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de deposits)
posits) deposits) subject to reserve, Items 34, 35, 38,
37, 38 and 39 ; ...... 612,016.65
Time deposits subject to reserve (payable after
33 days, or subject to SO days or more notice,
and postal savings:)
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
borrowed )
State, county or other municipal deposits secur secured
ed secured by pledge of assetsf this bank..
Postal savings deposits
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits subject to reserve, items
40, 41, 42 and 43 372,124.92
Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve y
Bank (including all obligations represent representing
ing representing money borrowed other than redis- s,
counts) .. .. t.. .......

105,468.09
3,000.00
34,500.00
3,500.00
14,034.95
52,222.91
103,304.24
8,296.54
3,089.06
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1,617.80
2,500.00
' L500.00
$1,292,475.17
$ 50,000.00
50,000.00
2,723.19

4,000.00
1,500.00
49,000.00

62,125.17
87.CS
18.S34.66

583,232.87
20,043.12
8,660.63
,-80.00.

36,000.41
3,103.20
445.03
822,573.23

70,000.00

55.

?L292,475.17
27,500.00

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OCMA OGGUMEIICES

BARTLEY-MAHAN

I If you have any society items,

phone to five-one.
Ladies, remember, please, that the

reigstration books for this district

will be open from 8 o'clock Thursday
morning until late Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Go ahead and register during
those days. Uncle Dan Barco has
everything arranged so there will be
no inconvenience nor friction.

Use a good Klenzo Tooth Brush.
Soli only at Gerig's Drug Store, tf

Mrs. Charles Moremen and son,
Johnnie left Saturday afternoon for
a week's visit at Orlando. V

A quality loaf thru and thru. Fed Federal
eral Federal Bread. :16-3t

Miss Nina Camp leaves tomorrow
for Boston, where she will resume her
college course at Wellesley Colleges'
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
Miss Susie Lou Ellis returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a delightful

Week's visit at Daytona
guest' of Mrs. Ott.

Beach, the

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

Misses 'Anna Belle Wesson and
Fannie Carlisle left the first of the
week to resume their studies at the
Woman's College at Tallahassee.
Use Klenzo Creme and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug
Store. tf

Mr. and Mrs. -Leverett Futch and
son, Simmons returned yesterday
from a few days visit at High
Springs, guests of Mr. Futch's parents.

"Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,
gnats and other insects; 25 cents' the
bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mis3 Hazel Feltham of -St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, will leave this- afternoon for her

.'home at St. Petersburg, after a short

but pleasant visit at the home of-Mrs.

J, W. Davis. ', '-77r7

Don't fail to 'visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell i3 guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Several people have said to us that

the whole town is kicking on the use
of cutouts. It's evident that all are
not kicking; if they were none of
them could be cutting.

Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all
germs in the mouth, throat and nasal
channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Temple, after
a very pleasant month's visit to the

mountains of North Carolina, have
returned home, and are again greet greeting
ing greeting their friends at the American.
Cafe. ..

The marriage of Mr. James Goss

Bartley and Miss Rebecca Mahan,

which took place Saturday evening.

Sept. 4th, at the Little Church Around

the Corner in New York city, will be

received with much cordial interest in
this city and Williston as the groom's

home was formerly at Williston and
for over a year he was the O. K. Tea

pot Grocery's comp-etent' bookkeeper.

Mr. Bartley will also be remembered

as d good ball player. During he war

he was in the aviation branch of the
service. ; '." '"."'" -'.."
Mr3 Ed Carmichael of this city,

who is a special friend of "the bride,

was present at the ceremony.

Mr. and Mrs. Bartley have the best

wishes of their host of friends for. a
prosperous and happy married life.

EIGHT O'CLOCK DANCING CLUB

Ocala is again to have a dancing

club, which news will be received with
much delight and anticipated pleasure
by both the 'unmarried and married
society folks of the city. Thi3 year
will be the first time since the war
that the club has been reorganized
and the members expect it to excell
any of its past seasons.

The opening ball will be held at

the Woman's Club the last of October
and after that two dances each month

will be given.

The following are the officers elect

ed to manage the affairs of the club:
Mr. Norton P.. Davis, president; Mr.
Whitfield Palmer, vice president; Mr.
Albert .Harriss, secretary and treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. And the board of directors is
composed of Messrs. Whitfield Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, Clarence" Camp, Clarence Mef-

fert, Norton P. Davis and Albert O.

Harriss. : ' ".

Mr. Robert Blake- left yesterday

for Gainesville, where he will enter

the University of Florida. Mr. Blake

graduated from the Ocala high school

in the spring and made a splendid

average, and ms many inends wisn
him success "at the U. of F.

Don't forget that next Wednesday

is the Day of Atonement of the Jews,
and their stores will be closed all that

day.; -- -. 7. :

Rev. Wi P. Buhrmann with Mrs.

Buhrmann and their five children are
visiting friends in this city and will

leave tomorrow by automobile for
their home in Ocala, of which district
he is now presiding elder. Rev. Buhr Buhrmann
mann Buhrmann is one of the leading Metho Methodist
dist Methodist preachers in the ; state and has
been a member of the Florida confer conference
ence conference for nine years, four of which
were spent here wheii he was pastor
of the local Methodist church, and

four : t the Riverside Methodist
church in Jacksonville. Previous to

coming to Florida, he was presiding

elder in Colorado. Palm. Beach Post.

TOTAL.
(a)Liabilities for rediscounts with Federal Re Reserve
serve Reserve Bank (see Item Id)
Total contingent liabilities (55 a, bb, c and d)

(not including items in Schedule 23 of re report)
port) report) .... 27,500.00,
Of the total loans and discounts shown above, 'the amount oh which

interest and discount was charged at rates in excess of those permitted by
law (Sec. 5197, Rev. Stat.) exclusive of notes upon which total charge not
to exceed 50 cents was made, was (none). The number cf such loans was
(none.)
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, DeWitt Griffin, cashier cf the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
DeWITT GRIFFIN. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn before Correct -Attest:
me thi3 18th day of September, 1920. A. E. GERIG,
(Seal) Margaret M. Jackson, T. T. MUNROE.
Notary Public. J. U. THOMAS. :
My commission expires Jan. 3rd, 1924. Directors.

- After your patronage." Our hook
is baited with good service. Federal

Bakery. 16-3t
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. White and
daughter, Miss Carolyn White will
leave in the morning Aby automobile

for Sutherland, where Miss White

will enter Southern College' for her
first- term.

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

Miss Mamie Ruth Sanders leaves
this afternoon for Tallahassee, where
she will attend the Woman's College
for the coming year. During Mis3
Sanders' vacation she was with her
aunt Mrs. George Martin.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

Don't fail to; visitthe Guarantea
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

One of the pretty teachers at the

primary school says the noise made
by cutouts of cars going by the
school often makes it impossible for

either teachers or pupils to near each
other and greatly delays the work
beside shattering nerves. Seems to
the Star that anybody driving by a

; school house or church in operation

would be gentleman on lady enough

to cut out the cutout. There are sev several
eral several motorcycles in town, and several
smart young men who can ride them.

If the city would deputize one of said
young men to mount one of said mo-

orcycles and .arrest a number of the

vandals and whooperampuses who

urn their cutouts loos in tmsuitable

places, there would soo;a be a blessed
silence and a solid accession to the

ity's treasury.

W. K. Lane, IL D rhy&Idan and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Ncs and
Throat. OfUce over 5 asd 10 czni store,
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In the dictionary.
Happiness should always be found
In every home.
We help make people happy
By GIVIVG THEM THEIR MONEY'S
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Won't you let us help make you happy?

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and considering the quality the prices are ex extremely
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Colorado. ; They returned via Pes
Moines, la., where Mr. Adams met
them and accompanied them home.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
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BUILDSDS HOISTS, New and, second-hand
Builders Hoists in stock in Jacksonville.
Prices reasonable.

Last evening the Y. Wi A. of the
Baptist church held a very happy and

instructive meeting at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. Theus on ; Fort King
avenue. One of the most enjoyable

features of the program was a paper
prepared and delivered by Miss Mabel

Akin, on "Our State's Part in Cara-

:paigning for Denominational Educa
tion." At the conclusion of the ex

ercises Mrs. Theus served her guests

J to dainty refreshments:
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ary secretary of the Congregation

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ed guarded with the most zealous
care.

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Careful estimates made on all co.r- E. work for the last twenty years, is

tract work. Givss more and better well known to our readers, who are

work for the money than any other always glad to welcome her to this

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

Irvine, Sept. 20. Dr. 'and Mrs. J.
Davis, Mrs. Zora Mclver and Miss

Mamie Fant have returned home aft

er a month's stay in Hot Springs,

Ark.

Master Chesley Mathews and An

nie Mathews of Jacksonville are the

guests of Mrs. L. K. Edwards this

week.

Mr. and .Mrs. Kent Ausley of Fair

field were visitors here -Wednesday.

Mr. L. K. Edwards visited Ocala

Wednesday.

Dr. Zoll of Mcintosh was a Thurs

day caller.

Mr. Clarence Chitty visited the

county seat Thursday. i

Miss Rubye Edwards who is at

tending school this winter in Ocala,

is spending the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. K.' Ed Edwards.
wards. Edwards.

Mr. Roscoe Mathews of- Fleming-

ton was a Friday caller.

Mr. and Mrs. Barnes and children

returned home Friday,, after spend spending
ing spending several weeks in Floral City.

Mr. Henry Waits of. Gainesville
was a business caller Saturday.
Mr. J. A. Triplett motored to Ocala
Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine-"cf Or-

ange iaKe spent isunaay witn hix.
and Mrs. George Blitch.
- Mr, David Payne and mother, Mrs.
M. L. Payne of Fairfield called on Dr.
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LATEST LOCALS

Temperature, thi3 morning, 62; this ;
afternoon, 3.
The weather is fine. Scrip dance
tonight at Commercial Club. It
M133 Evelyn Thompson has return return-Ed
Ed return-Ed from Tampa and Lakeland, where
the spent a week with relatives relatives-Miss
Miss relatives-Miss Dorothy Adams will leave the
sixth of October for Orlando, where
she will enter the Cathedral school
for the winter.
Mrs. Hubert Noland, nee Miss Alice
Campbell and daughtef of Columbia,
S. C, are visiting the former's cousin,
Mrs. R. L. Martin at Lake Weir.
Mr. A. M. Withers of St. Lucie
county, was a visitor in the city yes yesterday
terday yesterday and today. Mrs. Withers, nee
Miss Rexie Todd, is enjoying the
mountains of North Carolina and, will
nrobablv visit her Ocala friends and
relatives on her return home.
. Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff return returned
ed returned Saturday from r Atlanta, where
they accompanied their daughter,
Miss Rose Wolff, who entered Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Mather College. Miss Wolff's
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The reason that the world is so much more comfort comfortable
able comfortable and convenient a place nowadays, is because advertising-has
made it possible for merchants and
manufacturers to tell you what they have to offer,
-without waiting for the news to spread by word cf
mouth.
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The advertiser has been able? to tell many people at
once about his goods: In this wayjie can sell a great
many more articles in a given time and therefore
more cheaply. Because of advertising it has been
possible to invent, develop and market countless ar articles
ticles articles of comfort that you now think of as necessi necessities,
ties, necessities, which some years ago even the wealthy could
not have bought. It would not have paid to make a
few to order,
The advertisements are something more than type
and talk. They are a daily service your paper fur furnishes
nishes furnishes you in a.dditon to the other important news of
the world.

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imany friends will be glad to know

ishe is much pleased with her college.
A white man by the name of H. J.
Brock, living in North Ocala, wants
light work. He is not afraid of heavy
work but hi3 left arm was recently
broken, and has not sufficiently healed
to stand great strain. He i3 a farmer,
can plow and hoe, and would like to
have an opportunity to make a crop
on shares. If yod'can give him any
work, notify King's Daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ham-
mack, whose marriage took place two
weeks ago, are visitor hi the city at
the home of Mrs. Hammack's mother
and grandmother, Mrs. ; Bessie Ham-
mack and Mrs. G. E. Thompson, and
are kept busy receiving congratula congratulations
tions congratulations and best wishes from their many
friends for a happy and prosperous
married life.
Mrs. Joseph Malever, who was
taken to the hospital very ill a few
days ago, came very near passing
into her last sleep last night. A mes message
sage message 'from the hospital a few minutes
ago announced that she has improved
a little during ; the day, and has a
chance of recovery. Mrs. Malever is
a most estimable lady and has many
friends who sincerely hope, for her a
speedy recovery.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets, every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
vqrt King Ave, and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended -to
isiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S5. B.F.O.G.
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 Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. E
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
Wondrful Natural 8pctacia.
The Garden of the Gods la a tract
of land about 500 acres In" extent, near
Colorado Springs, Colo. It abounds
la weird and fantastic" pinnacles of
red and white sandstone, some of
them more than SOO feet" high. Among
the chief features are the Cathedral
Spires, the Balanced Rock, etc. The
gateway of the garden consists of two
enormous masses of red sandstone,
830 feet high, sufficiently far apart for
the roadway to pass between them.
Water on the Bratn.
- To many people it will come as a
surprise to learn that our brains con contain
tain contain from SO to GO per cent of water,
the remaining 10 or 20 per cent being a
mass of white and gray matter, to
which scientists have' given various
Impressive names. Incidentally it
might be mentioned that the average
weight of a man's brain Is about 43
ounces, and a woman's 43 ounces.
Japanese Smoking Custom.
Smoking is very common in Japan.
All the men and most of the ladles
smoke the girls beginning when they
are about ten years of age. The ladies
have pipes with longer stems than the
men, and if one of them wishes to
how a gentleman a special mark of
favor, she lights her pipe, takes a
! whiff, hands It to him, and lsti him
smoke.
Curprleed. Mother.
The missionary society was meeting
at our house and the woman who was
to lead the devotlonals took the elas elastic
tic elastic band from her Bible, laid It on her
lap and began to turn the cares to find
; the passage she was to read. During
the solemn silence my young son
marched over to her and, picking up
the elastic,' he announced: "Why,
that's my mother's garter P Grit.
Advertise In the Star.
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NATIONWIDE FIGHT
AGA1IIST DISEASE

American Red Cross Will Have
Health Centers in All Parts
of United States.
The American Red. Cross-has launch launched
ed launched upon a nation wide campaign of
fighting disease and physical defect
among the American people. A. new
and unique health Institution has come
Into being as the result of several
months' study by the Red Cross Health
Service Department at National Head Headquarters.
quarters. Headquarters. '.;.V;v:.
Officials in charge of the department
predict that before long this new health
activity will be in actual operation all
over the country, and that the sign
"American Red Cross Health Center"
will become, as familiar to the peo people
ple people everywhere as are now the signs ol
the telegraph companies.
. Busy Ldng Before War.
The interest, of the American Red
Cross in the fight against disease la
not, however, of recent origin. Dong
before the war the organization began
this health service through its medical
units In disaster relief work and its
department of Town and County Nurs Nursing.
ing. Nursing. During the- war and following
the armistice thousands of American
Red Cross officials have been fighting
disease in the war-stricken countries.
At the same time tens of thousands of
local Red Cross officials have been en engaged
gaged engaged at home fighting disease, nota notably
bly notably during the influenza epidemics.
The American P.ed- Cross has de determined
termined determined that all tfiis valuable experi experience
ence experience in health service abroad and at
home shall not go to waste. So long
. as there are a half a million people
dying yearly In this country from pre preventable
ventable preventable causes, and so; long as more
than one-third of the American chil
dren and young people are victims of
physical defects, the Red Cross recog recognizes
nizes recognizes the urgent: need for continued
Red Cross health service at home.
How Organization Works.
The Red Cross Health Center Is
governed by business principles, ap applies
plies applies business methods, and, ; in Its
more simple form, can be established
and conducted.by lay people, t j
It proceeds upon the demonstrated
fact that health is a -ommodlty that
can be ,bought and sold like brooms
and soap. Therefore, It establishes It Itself
self Itself in a storeroom In the principal
business Section of the community. ; It
displays Its goods In : the form of at attractive
tractive attractive health exhibits In its show
windows. It advertises constantly and
extensively. And it uses every busi business
ness business and social device to attract cus customers.
tomers. customers. The Red Cross Health Center is of
service to the sick in that it gives' out
reliable and complete Information
about existing clinics, hospitals, sana sanatoria
toria sanatoria and other Institutions for the sick
and the1 defective; about available
nurses, both trained and practical ;
about when to consult a physician and
why to shun the quack and his nos
trums.;:: :J. y;
Teaching Disease Prevention.
The Red Cross Health Center is.
however, of even greater service to the
well. It teaches people how to pre prevent
vent prevent sickness and disease. This is done
in many Interesting and attractive
ways first of all, by the distribution
of. popular health literature and
through health lectures Illustrated with
lantern slides or with health motion
picture films. Then special exhibits are
given, one after the other, on various
health subjects. Practical demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations are made; also health playlets by
children to Interest and instruct them themselves
selves themselves and their elders. Classes are
organized In personal hygiene, home
care of the sick, first aid and in food
selection and preparation. Health
clubs, both for younger and older peo people,
ple, people, are formed also Little Mothers
Leagues. ; Nutrition and growth clinics
are conducted for children. 7
Already more than a hundred of
these Red Cross Health Centers are In
actual operation throughout the coun country.
try. country. Many of them also conduct med medical
ical medical clinics, but the one chief, out outstanding
standing outstanding feature of the American Red
Cross Health Center Is Its health edu education
cation education service which teaches well peo people
ple people hew to keep well.
Liked the Name. -One
of the government-owned dwell dwellings
ings dwellings near the Union station, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, is occupied by a stout colored
woman who has converted It Into a
small hotel for folks of the darker
race. Over the door Is a signboard
with the Inscription, "The Annex." I
asked the woman to what other, hotel
was her place an annex. : "Oh, she re replied,
plied, replied, "dafs Jes de name of my hotel.
Dar ain't no other hotel nected with
it. I jess picked de word Annex
'cause It sounds high-toned like.
Washington Herald.
Animals as Weather Prophets.
Few beliefs are older er more wide widespread
spread widespread than that animals, and especial especially
ly especially wild animals, have foreknowledge
of what the weather Is to be, "and
something that amounts to such fore foreknowledge
knowledge foreknowledge many of them doubtless do
possess, but there la no reason, and
only poor excuses, for assuming that
there Is a source of Information accu accurate
rate accurate enough and of application remote
enough to give any appreciable exten extension
sion extension to the weather bureau's prognos prognostications.
tications. prognostications. Exchange.
: Customs Worth Prervfng.
In Bavaria, before the war at least,
there were all sorts of kindly little
celebrations trnd other things which

anoemt rfi'enaner ana more pie"&arfL
If an employee had remained In the
same place for five, seven, ten years,
etc., his employer frequently gave him
a sort of little Jubilee celebration. Nor
did the employees forget the chiefs
birthday or "nameday." Nothing ex expensive
pensive expensive a glass or two of wine, a
cake, a little friendly speech. ;

A Learned Capital.
Aaran, capital of the Swiss canton
of Argovia, possesses one of the hard hardest
est hardest working libraries In thex world.
Though the library consists "of only
80,000 volumes which is not so large
as public Institutions go In the United
States the population of the capital
Itself is only 10,000. ; With eight vol volumes
umes volumes -per Inhabitant, the library of
Aarau has just cause to boast of Itself
as a miniature Athens.
" Th&js Mend. ":
Every line of nlstory inspires a con confidence
fidence confidence that we shall not go far wrong ;
that things mend. That Is the moral
of all we learn, that It warrants Hope,
the prolific mother of reforms. Our
part Is plainly not to' throw ourselves
across the track, to block Improvement
and sit Oil we are stone, but to watch
the uprise of successive mornings and
t conspire with the new works f
new days. Emerson.
The Tricolor.
This really owes its origin to Mary
Queen of Scots. It was she who, ac according
cording according to tradition, gave the tricolor
device, to -Paris the white to repre represent
sent represent the house of her royal husband,
the dauphin, the blue for Scotland, and
the red for, the red-coated Swiss of
the royal bodyguard. The Revolution Revolutionists
ists Revolutionists In 1789 adopted Mary's colors for
their own.
Tree Furnished Timber for Church.
A unique church has recently been
completed in Santa Rosa,- Gal. Every
piece of timber In It, except the floor,
was cut from one treea giant red
wood, 18 feet In diameter. The tree.
which produced 78,000 feet of timber,
grew ,on a high mountain range" near
Greenville, 15 miles from the Taciflc
ocean, and when cat was found to be
about eight hundred years old.
PRIZE POULTRY K 5
AT STATE FAIH
Feathered Blue Bloods to Congregate
At State Fair This Year
Jacksonville, There are various
kinds of chickens, as most of us kno
7-at least by hearsay but if. you
want to make the acquaintance of the
real blue-bloods, visit the poultrj
building at the State Fair, Nov. 18 27
: Poultry breeders from all parts ol
the State have already made applica
tion for entry, and it begins to Idols
as though even the "Standing Room
Only" sign would have to be taker
down. The poultry industry is one
of mere Importance than i nsuallv at-
tacbed to it. It 13 estimated that 589
million head were raised In 1918 and
considerably more in 1919. Figuring
the normal Increase for 1920, the pro production
duction production for tnis year should run well
over the tlOO million mark. Some
chickens!
, And those figures represent some
money, too. The average farm woman
cm with very little expense make
enough from her chickens by buy all
her groceries and cover other house household
hold household expenses, while as a back yard
h. c. 1. bulwark for the city dweller,
they are by no means to be despised.
Ju.t as In planting potatoes, it has
been found advisable to sow good
seed, and In raising cattle best results
are obtained from pure bred stock.
Just as important is It In poultry
raising to secure the best bred fowls
for your flock.
- The prize-winning birds at the State
Fair will make "pure-bred enthus enthusiasts
iasts enthusiasts of anyone at all Interested In
poultry the feathered kind.
A P&nusylvanla inventor has re received
ceived received a "patent for ready-mace con concrete
crete concrete building parts, such as- floors,
roofs, steps, etc., formed in metal
troughs easily put together.
LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS
Appalling feature; about gossip Is
that it carries so much truth.
Jealousy Is a discreditable emotion,
but it often has reason for Its exist existence.
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Cards are a great social device to
put the. intellectual and those who
are not on a level. ;
A dog Is perfectly candid. There Is
no dissimulation about him. Now,
about a cat there is.

WEAK; RUIl-DOWil
Carolina l&ij Get So She Ccdd
Jsst Drag. "Czr&i Edit Lie
Up," She DecUrcs.
Kernersvllle, N. a In an Interest Interesting
ing Interesting statement regarding Cardui, ths
Woman's Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Mabe, of
near here, recently said: "I have
known, Cardui for years, tut never
knew Its worth "until a year or so aso.
I was in a weakened, run-down con
dition. I became draggy didn't eat or
deep to do any good; couldn't do any
thing without a great effort I tried
different remedies and medicines, yet
I continued to drag.
"I decided to give Cardui a trial,
end found it -.vas Ju3t what I really
needed. It made me feel much strong stronger
er stronger soon after I began to use It. I be began
gan began to eat more, and the nervous,
weak feeling began to leave. Scon I
'ws signing good.
"Cardui built me up aa no other
tonic ever dJd.
; "T used Cardui with one daughte:
who was puny, felt bad and tired out
all the time. It brought her right cut,
ard soon she was as well as a girl
could be. We thiak there Is nothing
like CarduL" :
Do not allow yourself to become
weak and run-down -from womanly
troubles. Take Cardui. You may find
It. just whet 'you really need. For
more thim 40 years It has been used by
thousands and thousands, and found
Just as Mr3. Mabe describes.
'At your druggist's. NC-142

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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
oil gives you four times as
. much light when used for fuel
in Delco-Light as it gives in
coal-oil Jamps.
Write for catalog.
Ocala, f la.
There's a Satisfied User Near
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Don't take porgstlves for Ccs Ccs-stlpatlon
stlpatlon Ccs-stlpatlon they ect liarslily
fhey overstrain Cie delicate
membrane ac'tl leave the
dowels la a worse condition
belore. 11
yuu ore
troubled
1 villi Con Constipation.
stipation. Constipation. JSIckllessl JSIckllessl-aciic,
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dletlon,
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Tilervoasness or loss ol Appe-
-Hie Don't he1tateGet a boitle
ol CASTER'S LITTLE LIVER
TILLS fake one after each
steal and one at bedtime. A
lew days treatment will put
Stomach, Liver and Cotvela In.
normal condition.
CcnuIiK must bear fljaatnre &egZZ
SaaSFiH '-' Sas3 Jtesz Small Price
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Stone, Briclrv Vocd X
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Phone 418. 723 Wenona SL
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PARLOSS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
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SALE, FOR RENT'AND SHU
ILAU LOCAL irEEBS
. RATES Six line, raaximum, oca
nmc, 25c.; three times, 50c; six tiras
7oc.; one month. $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. LAKE "WEIR Two completely f ur ur-;
; ur-; nished cottages for uala at YooJ-
mar, Eastlake; running water,
- bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Wood row. Eox 581. Ocala, Fla. 9-tf
WANTED At a bargain to buy
stock consisting of wagon and car-'
rias-e material, mostliy wood staclc,
steel, iron, bolts. Do: not want any
tools or- machinery. State "what
you have to offer. F. B. Terrell,
Lakeland, Fla. IG-Ct
WANTED Four first class Grange
packers, long season, top prices.
Expenses paid durinj? layoff. Write
at once, R. T. Morris, Fort Ogden,
Fla. 18-10t
WANTED Ten cords of good oak
wood. Apply to R. C. Carap. 18-St
LOST 34x4 automobile tire between
Ocaia and Kendrick; Reward to
finder if returned to A. T. Thomas,
city. 18-3t
LARGE Sweet guavas, $2 per six
. basket Cratp. f. n "h raah with
order. T. B. Snook, Weirsdale,
Fla. - lC-tf
WANTED To rent five or six-room
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. ig.
FOR SALE At a bargain, one 1918
model Oldsmobile "8" roadster and
one 1919 model 5-passenger Dodge.
Both Cars in excellent condition.
All good tires. Lake. Weir -Washed
Sand Co., Ocala. i 20-7t
WOOD When yoa want wood, phone
5GG; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
Broadway Woody ard, L. A
ers, Proprietor. 21-14t
BOOKS FOR SALE Several hun hundred
dred hundred volumes of well bound books,
standard authors. Will sell" entire
lot, enough to stocka good family
library, very cheap. Address Box
COO, city. - 21-Ctltwky
FOR SALE Eight head of hos and
two Rhode Island Red cockerels;
cheap for cashApply to L. W. Hol Hol-stun,
stun, Hol-stun, at union station. 21-3t
WANTED A truck driver who can
drive. A permanent job for a pood
driver. Only those v.ho- are willing
to stay on the job need apply.
Communicate with :hief of the" fire
department, Ocala, Fla. 21-Ct
FOR SALE 6ne team of mules with
v.-agon and harness. First class con-
- dition. Apply to L. J. Dankwertz,
Route A Summerfi jld, Fla. 21 -Ct
Arrival and departure of passenger
tra ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule f.rures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2;20sm Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pet
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
1 :30
4:05 pm
4:35 pm
4:05 pm
2:1.5 eoa
Taropa-
- Manatee- -St.
Petersburg
- Tampa.
Tamoa aiiatea
2:15 am
2:15 am
1:50 pm
liwj era
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Ptrsbrjj 4:05 pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. IL
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:43 Era
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:C5 pm
6:42am Jkgonville-Gnesviils 10:13 pm
2:4? am St.Petsbrg-LjikeIand 2:12 am
3:35 pm St-Petsbrg-Ltikeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-7ilcox
7;25am Dunellon-Uceland 11:03 pm
3:25jDm Homosa:jsa 1 :20 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 ana
4:45 pra Gainesville ll :Z0 l:j
""Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
""Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Oca!a, Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday evening at 7:33
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome lo visiting brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. C
Chas. K. Fat'e. H. of R. & 5.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 23. O. E. S.,
meets at the Lfaionic hall the asccsd
and fourth Thursday evenings cf each
month at S o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmon?, W. LI.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
;. TL A. MASONS

1AII PflA 1 TO1IIP
InlLUUHu OuuLUuLlo

Regular convocations of the Ocaia
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M ca the fourth
Friday in t-.rv month at 8 p. ra.
H. S. V,Vsson. K. P.
Jake Brown, SecreUrj.



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