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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Generally cloudy
tonight and Thursday. -

VOL. 26, NO. 22S

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ShifUd Course Twice During Last
Ni?ht and is Now Heading
for North Louisiana
(Associated Presa)
JIoLile, Sept. 21. The weather ob observer
server observer here af;r receiving the morn
ing reports said he believed the trop tropical
ical tropical hurricane would strike in inland
west of Mobile. The wind had attain attained
ed attained 48 miles an hour at New Orleans
during the night and forty here. It
took two sudden shifts during the
night from it3 course towards the
Texas coast. There was considerable
damage to plate glass and railroad
property in the New Orleans region.
EXPENDING ITS FORCE
Washington, Sept. 22. The" tropi tropical
cal tropical storm passed inland into West
Mississippi and is now said by the
weather bui-eau to be expending its
force in northern Louisiana. No se serious
rious serious damage has yet been reported.
FARM NOTES BY
THE COUNTY AGENT
September and October are the
months for sowing rape for best re results.
sults. results. Plantings made in these months
will make better growth and furnish
more grazing than those put in later.
However, if planted from November
till February, jfche crop will give sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory results in growth and pay
handsqraely.
Hog and poultry raisers are not
giving rape the attention that it de
serves. If the Dwarf Essex variety
is used and planted in rows about
three feet apart, liberally fertilized
with a fertilizer high in ammonia, and
properly cultivated, excellent results
will be obtained. Too of ten, tho, the
mistake is made of turning the stock
on the crop too early before it gets
a good start. Also, a very general
mistake is to graze the crop too
closely. To avoid the latter error, the
rape field should be divided 1 into
patches by fences and one plot grazed
while the others are recuperating.
Two patches of "an acre each will
furnish grazing for 10 hog3 from De
cember till April, while one-quarter
acre will be sufficient for 100 hens for
the' same period. This is assuming,
however, that the crop is planted by
October 15th on fairly good land and
is properly fertilized and I cultivated
Estimating ; the cost ; for seed, ferti
lizer, planting and cultivation to
amount to $15 per acre and figuring
that the saving in corn by reason of.
the pasture to be two pounds per day
for each hog, we get the value of one
acre of rape to be 1200 pounds, of
corn, or $42. By deducting from this
amount the cost of $15, -we have $27
as the profit per acre. It must be un
derstood, tho, that rape alone will not
be profitable with any animals. Corn,
or some kind of grain, must be fed in
connection with the pasturage.
The outlook for a winter cabbage
-crop in. Florida i not bright. Re
ports are that a very, large crop is
being grown in the northen states to
be kept in storage until spring, and
this will mean cheap prices. Already,
Iowa cabbage are selling if or, $25 a
ton in St. Louis and New York flat
cabbage are bringing the farmers
only $8.50 per ton in bulk. Probably
the best thing for6our growers to do,
is to "reduce their acreage consider
ably and make a special effort to pro
duce a crop of extra quality and yiek
on the land they do plant.
With no immediate help in 'sight
for the peanut growers,, it looks aa if
the best thing for most of our farmers
to do in the; way of cash crops for
another year is to hold on to hog rais
ing and- increase their poultry pro production.
duction. production. Hogs will always bring cash,
whether at a profit or not. while corn.
peanuts and some other things are
sometimes slow sale at any price. And
as for poultry, there is a cash market
ev ery ""day in the year right here in
I'lorida for all that can be grown in
Marion county. The only thing nec
essary to reach it is the proper mar
keting machinery. This can easily be
provided by the farmers themselves
ana soon wiu De Dy ine larmers
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union. If home-grown feeds are
largely used in raising poultry and
pp-srs find t.li ps Tvmrhif,t -TYirlcpfcpri
co-operatively in a way to make Mar
ion county noted as a poultry section
there is no reason why our farmers
could not become prosperous on this
type of livestock farming alone. No
hope of profit, tho, is held out to any
one who intends to buy all the feed
that the poultry must have."
Wm. A. Sessoms,
County Agent.
INVESTIGATING AGAIN
(Associate Presa)
Washington, Sept. 22. The Senate
campaign investigating committee re
convened today to gather up the loose
end3 and to ascertain if the liquor in
terests are active in the present cam
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I i He rand has Consented to be a Can Candidate
didate Candidate and his Election U
Certain
. '(Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 22. Premier Mfller-
and'has been chosen as the candidate
or the presidency to succeed Des-
Chanel by a Joint caucus cf members
of the senate and chamber of deputies.
FINANCIAL TRIUB1PH FOR THE
- ym-s':. FRENCH
France will p'ay every dollar of the
two hundred and fifty million dollar
oan due in New York October 15th,
the minister of finance announced to today.
day. today.
WITH THE AMATEURS
The sixth and fifth grade of the
Ocala high school are going to play
a baseball game Thursday afternoon,
at 3:30 o'clock on the high school
diamond. On the mound for the sixth
grade will be either Wilkes or Knight
and behind the plate will be Clark.
For the fifth grade Davis and Neigh Neighbor
bor Neighbor will be the battery. This is
Ocala's youngest team and a most in
teresting game is anticipated.
OCALA VS. HIGH SPRINGS
The Ocala baseball team left this
noon for High Springs, where it will
cross bats this afternoon with the
team of that town. Both teams are
strong and a good game is being
ooked forward to.
HUGHES IS HUFFY
Because New York Assembly Gave
Socialists the Gate
' .v (Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 22. Charles E.
Hughes issued a statement today
condemning the action of the state
assembly in ousting the socialist
members last night. He said it was
in flagrant disregard of : the f undar
mental principles of American insti institutions
tutions institutions and was of the essence of so-
vietism, - I
The assembly of the New York
state legislature last night hy a vote
of 90 to 45 in each case expelled three
of the five socialist TOembers-Louis
Galdman and August Cliaessens of
New York, and Charles Solomon?, of
Kings County and voted 81 to 43 to
permit Samuel A. Dewitt and Samuel
Orr,- socialist members from the
Bronx, to retain their seats, f-
The two last named, however, after
a vote to reinstate Waldman had
been lost, 81 to 52, took the floor in
turn and verbally tendered their res resignations.
ignations. resignations. VOTE AT ONCE FOR PRESIDENT
Cast Ycur Ballot at Gerig's Drug
Store and Learn How the Cam-
paign is Going
Vote at Gerig's Drug Store for your
choice for president. After Saturday
we will get a daily report of how the
state of Florida is going, and will get
daily telegrams from Boston after
the first of October as to the vote of
the entire country. In this manner
we will have some idea as to how the
election will go.
Separate boxes for men and worn
en. All are asked to .cast their, bal
lots just one time. 22-4t
HI JOHNSON WILL RIDE
ON THE WHIRLWIND
(Associates Press'5
. New York, Sept. 22. Senator Hi
ram Johnson will make a whirlwind
tour for Harding, it was announced
today, and will invade Alabama, North
Carolina and western Maryland in
October.
LAW'S DELAY
Chicago, Sept. 22. The grand jury
investigating gambling by baseball
players in the last World Series be
gun today. -CANADIANS
ALSO WILL
HAVE CHEAP CARS
(Associated Press)
Windsor, Ontario, Sept. 22. The
Ford Motor Co. of Canada has an
nounced price cuts to conform to those
made by the American1 company yes
terday.
POLES ARE AGAIN
ON THE OFFENSIVE
, (Associated Press) -"
London, Sept., 22. The Poles have
commenced an offensive in the Grodno
region, on the northeastern front, a
BIoscow wireless says. Fierce fight
ing is in progress.
Pont fail ; to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Sboe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY act prices, il

Marion County Fair Prize

The following prizes have been donated by Ocala business men for this
year's fair: .
The Weihe Company, silver cup.
Rogers-Wilson Realty Company, one boar or sow, value, $25.
Pillans & Smith, one barrel of flour.
S. R. Whaley, two pounds of candy. v
E. T. Helvenston, one pair men's shoes, $10; one lady's skirt, $10.
E. C. Jordan & Company, one china closet, value, $100.
Little's Shoe Parlor, one pair misses' shoes, one pair ladies' shoes.
B. Goldman, one rocking chair, value, $10.
Joseph Malever, one suitcase, value, $10.
Jake Goldman, one trunk, value, $25.
Ocala Auto Sales Co., one $25 tire.
Ocala Auto & Gas Co., one $25 tire.
J. J. Blalock, one $15 auto tire.
Carroll Motors Company, one $25 tire or tubes.
H, B. Masters Co., one double hopper B. F. Avery planter, $30.
W. C. Blood, $15 payment on champion Poland. China barrow.
Marion County, $1200 in cash. -
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank, $400 in cash.
Ocala National JBarik, $100 in cash. ..."
Carn-Thomas Company, $15 in cash. y
Rheinauer & Company, $15 in cash.'
Marsh's Main Street Market, $10 in" cash.
Ocala Steam Laundry, $25 in cash.
Jim Thomson,' building contractor, $5 in cash.
Harrington Hall Hotel, $50 in cash. 1 :
O. K. Teapot Grocery, $15 in cash.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, $10 in trade. v
Dr. E. G. Peek, $10 in cash.
Geo. C. Green & Company, $10 in cash. . '
J. Chas. Smith, $5 in cash.
" Frank's Inc., $25 in trade. 1 . ;
Bitting & Company, $10 in tratfe.
Arlo Box Company, Oak, $25 in cash.
Mclver & MacKay, one mowing machine, value $100.
Marion Hardware Company, one spreader, value, $200. j
H. A. Davies, one $25 auto tire.
Theus Brothers, one rocker, value, $12 v -- i
H.'A. Waterman, one $50 suit of clothes, one $11 Stetson hat. v
Clarkson Hardware Co., one seven-knife stalk cutter, value, $80.
': J. J. Gerig, $10 worth of toilet articles.
A. "E. Gerig's Specialty Shop, one year's subscription to Times-Union.

011!!$ TO DATE
The Democratic Fund Receives Solid
Accessions Today
R. E. Lay ton.
J. D. McCaskill
W. T. Gary .
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J, R. Phillips
J.; H. Benjamin
J. R. Owens ......
R. A Bur ford
Mrs. R. A. Burford
Miss Mary Burford
R. F. Rogers ......
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Barney Spencer .
Nathan Mayo . .
LETS HURRY AND
RAISE THE LUCRE
Chairman of Democratic Finance
Committee Says $2,000,000
. Will be Enough
.;,.. ,. (Associated Press j
Chairman Gerard of the democratic
finance committee said the democrats
would not limit the size of contribu
tions from individuals, but a total of
two million dollars would be suffic sufficient
ient sufficient for the campaign. He said that
fifteen million would shock the public
conscience. .Chairman Gerard said
the committee had raised $128,000.
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Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
Threat. 05ee over 5 and 10 cent store,
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ROTES TO n
City Council Gave Them Permbsion
to Improve the Looks of the
Civic Center
A committee of the Rotary Club,
consisting of Messrs. Henry, Gary,
Edwards, Chace, Benjamin and Albert
Gerig went before the city council
Tuesday night, with a request from
the club that it be allowed to make
the neglected civic center good-look
ing and useful. ';
The Rotary Club wants to .tear
down the ramshackle old house at
the southeast corner of the city lot.
It wants to clear off the field and
erect a new and uptodate bandstand
on the southwest side of the lot, near
Collier Bros', block, an arrangement
that will allow a much larger number
of people, without being in the way
of traffic, to listen to music or public
speaking. It .wants' to put in, on
other parts of the lot, a croquet
ground and other sources of amuse
ment. In short, it wants to make the
civic center of some use to the city
people and their visitors.
The council granted the request,
and the Rotes will begin, at once to
make things move.
ALACHUA FELL OFF
Washington, Sept. 22. The popu
lation of Alachua county, including
Gainesville is 30.115, a decrease of
4190 or 12.6 per cent.-
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S1IIE1 FEIN JUDGE
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British Police, Tired f Being Tar-
; gets, are Beginning to
; Fire Back
(Associated Press)
Dublin, Sept. 22 County Councillor
Lynch," a prominent Sinn Feiner and
said to be a Sinn Fein judge, was
killed today in' a hotel by uniformed
men said to be the black and tan po
lice. No others were disturbed.
SETBACK FOR McS WEENY
London, Sept. 22.-Mayor McSwee-
ny has suffered a setback, according
to the Irish r Self -Determination
League. No reference is made to the
prisoner's either accepting or refus refusing
ing refusing nourishment.
A FRAME-UP
Americans Don't Want Japanese
Naval Plans
(Associated Press)
Tokio, Sept. 22 Two Japanese
have been sentenced to ten years -im
prisonment on conviction of attempt
ing to sell documents stolen from the
Yokosuka naval station to'1 Americans,
according to newspaper accounts..
ITALIAN METAL WORKERS
WONT GET OUT
' (Associated Press)
Rome, Sept. 22. The Italian metal
workers who occupied factories are
refusing to vacate in accordance with
the settlement agreement, according
to dispatches to the Giornala D'ltalia.
BLOW-UP EXPECTED
IN CITY OF BOSTON
(Associated Press)"
Boston, Sept. 22. The entrance to
the city hall was guarded today after
receipt of the second threatening
communication by Mayor Peters.
LONG RIDE AND SHORT
. nAUL OF MICHIGAN BANDITS
. v ;.';.;.-'.;
: (Associated Press)
Detroit, Sept. 22. Four bandits
held up the First State Bank here to today
day today find escaped with $30,000.
. SHIPLOAD OF LIQUOR SEIZED
; ; (Jacksonville Metropolis)
The largest seizure of contraband
liquor ever made in Duval county was
pulled off Monday night when Sheriff
W. H. Dowling and Deputies J. A.
Miller, Lura Arnold, Meade Hunt, W.
S. Gasque and A. C. Tucker seized the
large gasoline yacht Victor on the
outer bar on the St. Johns river.
The Victor, which is a former U. S.
navy sub-chaser, had on board, it is
alleged, more than 1000 quarts of fine
imported liquors, including all the
noted brands of Scotch and Irish
whiskies. The vessel was brought in
and tied up at the municipal docks on
Talleyrand avenue early Tuesday
morning and the liquor unloaded and
3ent to the store room at the county
jail. -
The sheriff and his deputies arrest arrested
ed arrested Capt. R. E. Sheppard, master of
the vessel, Mate P. N. Co wart and
Engineer John Parker and two negro
helpers, and lodged them in jail on
charges of violating the prohibition
laws. - ;
According to Captain Sheppard the
Victor is owned by Philadelphia peo people
ple people who purchased it from the gov government
ernment government several months ago. The
vessel is valued at $75,000 while the
liquor at present retail prices is
valued at more than $15,000, it is said.
The Victor is equipped with two 200 200-horsepower
horsepower 200-horsepower motors and is practically
a new Tessel.
SPELLING BEE CAUSED
CONSIDERABLE INTEREST
Those who consider themselves ex expert
pert expert spellers may be interested in the
result of a series of old-fashioned
spelling bees held in a popular sum summer
mer summer resort of .North Carolina to de determine
termine determine the words which are most
difficult for, the person of average
education to spell.
By almost unanimous consent,
"eleemosynary was given the stellar
position, 91 per cent of the contes contestants
tants contestants meeting disaster npon one or
another of the essential Towels. "Con "Connoisseur"
noisseur" "Connoisseur" wrecked the ambitions of
all eiccept those who, could be classi classified
fied classified under that term itself; "fuchsia
was third in terms of difScuity, being
followed in order by "tranquillity,"
"fricassee, "consensus," "supercede,"
"questionnaire" and "periphery."
"Separate," long: in disgrace as the
most easily misspelled word in the
ordinary vocabulary caused little
trouble in this particular circle; and
despite the spread of the neo-mystic
cult "ouija" was familiar to only 50
per cent. The ns and one t in Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati still keep it in -the general
class of "baccalaureate."
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Shantung People Poisoning Whols
Families to Avoid Slow Death
by Starvation
(Associated Press)
Honolulu, Sept. 22 Tokio advices to
the Japanese newspaper here say the
Chinese are poisoning entire families
in the Shantung province to avoid
slow death by starvation.
CANT BUILD ENOUGH COFFINS
New York. Sept. 22. The carpen carpenters
ters carpenters are unable to build enough cof coffins
fins coffins for the cholera victims in west
China, declared a letter received by
the American Baptist Foreign Mis Mission
sion Mission Society from Dr. Joseph Taylor,
its representative at Cheng Tu.
KOREA STRICKEN WITH CIIOL-
ERA :
Tokio, Sept. 22. Fifteen hundred
new cases of cholera have been dis discovered
covered discovered in Korea, making 20.000 cases
and 9,000 deaths.
CASE AGAINST S II EATS
HAS BEEN DISMISSED
(Tampa Times)
Criminal Court Judge W. S. Gra-.
ham in ruling Tuesday on the motion
to quash the information against
State Superintendent W. JN. fcneats,
charging violation of the Trammeli
corrupt practices act, relieved Mr.
Sheats from further prosecution when
he declared Section 10 of the act con contradicts
tradicts contradicts the Florida constitution which
guarantees the freedom of speech to
every person.
An information was filed before
Judge Graham several weeks ago
charging Mr. Sheats with violating
the section of the corrupt practices
act, which places a penalty on r.ny at attack
tack attack made by one candidate on an another
other another within 18 days before the date
of election, without ;5rst submitting
a copy of the attack to the candidate
on whom it is made.
Mr. Sheats made an attack on his.
opponent, Dixie M. Hollins, in tha
June primary just five days before
the election, which wa3 published in
the Tampa Citizen. The information
against Mr. Sheats was gathered by
R. E. L. Chancey. Solicitor E. P.
Martin, using the evidence gathered
by Mr. Chancey filed the information
the former solicitor bad made out.
Attorn pv-s Hilton R. ITnmntnn and
Tom Palmer represented Mr. Sheats,
and Judge E. B. Drum right assisted
Solicitor E. P. Mart..n. Following the
hearing Tuesday, M:r. Sheats said:
"They didn't give me a chance to
prove what I said."
WANTS TO SEND A
; WOMAN TO WASHINGTON
- (Tampa Times)
George P. Raney, chairman of the
state democratic executive commit committee,
tee, committee, is in receipt cf a letter from
Charles E. Jones, one of the demo democratic
cratic democratic nominees for presidential elec elector,
tor, elector, in which Mr. Jones resigns and
asks that Mr. Raney appoint a wem-
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an its uuc ui uie iiwitut citxwis.
Mr. Raney had not- answered the
letter Tuesday morning, bet expected
to do so soon. He had no statement
to make until he has looked up the
law. He expressed doubt, however,
that he has any such power.
. Should Mr. Jones' expressed desire
go through it is possible Florida
would have the honor of sending one
cf her women voters as the first wom woman
an woman member of the electoral college.
WILSON WILL MAKE
A FEW SPEECHE3
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 22 Democratic
Chairman White today said President
Wilson's participation in the cam campaign
paign campaign would be few speeches from
the White House and statements from
time to time.
DRECK ON THE DENVER
AND RIO GRANDE R. II.
(Associated Press) ;
Pueblo, Sept. 22. Denver & Rio
Grande ofCcial3 received a report to today
day today that a freight train plunged into
the Royal Gorge. There were no par particulars.
ticulars. particulars. INTEND TO HORN IN
Japs .Will Vigorously ; Pursue Thdr
American-Campaign
(Associated Press
Tokio, Sept. 22 The Japaneca
government will vigorously pursue its
negotiations concerniajj American
anti-Japanese- legislation and push
the question of racial equality at tha
league of nations conference, the
Sochi Shimbun says. Representative
Kodama mentioned the American-
Japanese war public speech which was
stopped by the police. :
Ccme often, but don't vote but c.ee
at Gere's Drug Store for president.



OCALA EVENING STAC, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 132D

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COMMIT THESE TO ; MEMORY.

Florida Democratic Presidential
Electors
Martin Caraballo. P. Yv'. Corr
Charles E. Jor.es V. V. Knot
J. G. Sharorr -" C. B. Yells

r.emember, ladies, tomorrow, to re resume
sume resume registering.
"Supervisor Barco will, have every everything
thing everything fixed for the women to register
tomorrow. Mrs. Virginia Mason will
register the white3 and Uncle Dan
himself will take the names of the
colored. No one entitled to register
need stay away for fear of crowding
or unpleasantness.
Mrs. W. T. Gary, chairman of the
legislative committee of the Woman's
Club, reauests the Star, to inform all

white women in this precinct who are

entitled to register, and who are sit situated
uated situated so they cannot ; conveniently
reach : the registration office, to send

their names to her, and she will make

arrangements, to obtain auto, transfer
for them, to the courthouse and home

'again. ' -.

It won't be long belore the army
overcoats will be out again. Jack

sonville Metropolis. -

"Order -from the war department

prohibits ex-service men from wear

ing their army overcoats, except on

ceremonial occasions.

The Tampa Tribune asks: "When

United States liberty bonds, backed
by the entire resources of the United

States, are selling for 8IV2, what do
you suppose would be bid for" $30, $30,-000,000
000,000 $30,-000,000 Florida state bonds, hacked
cr.lv bv the anticipated increase in

automobile licenses"

We 'cannot understand a spirit that

would. seek to restrain the newspap

ers of the state from urging the
white women of Florida to register.

Jacksonville- ';Metrojpolis.'-7:y';t-:;Vv.

ii either can we, tnend Met; any
such son of a seacook should be run
out of town. No paper in Florida is
trying any harder than the Star,

nor none meeting, in proportion to its

clientele, any greater success, but the

Star doesn't shriek about it.

The perusal of Gov. Catts' letter
elsewhere, in connection with the
Mendenhall case, considered in the
additional light of his actions in the

Hernando murder case, the -Tucker

case from this county and his promise

to the mother of Clarence Langf ord,

compels the unprejudiced observer to
believe that his reasoning powers are

warped, we nave nad muca reason

to believe that Gov. Catts has a kind

heart; its a pity that it so invariably

inclines to the vilest of criminals.

It seems that; West Palm Beach

has been having- something of the

same sort of a circus that Ocala has

in regard to gas. Belonging to the

same corporation, the Wbp. gas com
pany has led the people and govern

ment of its town" thru just such an another
other another dance a3 Ocala has hadi The

Wbp. company was going to soak the

Paimbeachers for $3 per thousand

out has gracefully decided to take
$2.50. This substantial reduction, we

we are reliably told," was on account o

information furnished by the Star

We daresay that it costs more here
to make gas than in West Palm

Beach, and as we know Manager

Wilkes to be a steady and reliable ole!

scout, we shall not fight the price his
company has asked in Ocala;: The
company has not signed the agree agreement,
ment, agreement, yet, however, "and. until it does
the price remains "the same.

(Tampa Tribune)
Ten thousand club women of Flor Florida
ida Florida not to mention the thousands of
men of the state will wage an earnest
fight to prevent, the proposed pardon
of J. J. Mendenhall of Clearwater,
who five years ago murdered Mrs.

Charles Eliott and 'her daughter,!

Susie, of Tampa, and burned their
bodies on a lonely road between Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and Clearwater. Mendenhall's

neck was saved by a recommendation

to mercy on the part, of the jury, and
consequently, he was sent up for life,

but for several years powerful influ

ences are said to have been working
to get him out. How the jury ever

recommended mercy has been a
source of wonder.
, The crime' of which Mendenhall was
convicted is the most infamou3 in the

criminal annals of Florida and the re

ported attempt to secure a pardon
for him has so aroused the people of
the state that the club women have
taken the matter up with Governor
Catts to seek to prevent this mis miscarriage
carriage miscarriage of justice. Mrs. Amos N,
Norris of Tampa, chairman of social
and industrial conditions of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Federation" of Women's Clubs,
wrote Governor Catts on Sept. 11,
stating:
"I wish to nter a protest in behalf
of the 10,000 club women of this

I state, whom I have the honor to rep

resent, and if at the proper time youj

wish me to present my reasons,. I

shall be very glad to do so. His was

one of the most atrocious crimes ever
committed in the criminal annals of
this state. It was a crime against

womanhood and I am appealing to
you, first as a father, then as a hus-

and, and last as governor of this

great state of ours."

Governor Catts' reply, just receiv

ed, is one of the most remarkable
documents on record, in that he tells

Mrs. Norris that he is pending a copy
of her letter to Mendenhall so that

he latter may be prepared to meet

he fight that will be made against

nim. Mendennaii is currently report

ed to be holding a gentleman's posi position
tion position at the state prison farm, 'acting
as bookkeeper, and reports reaching

this city state that ; he has plenty of

ime on his hands to assist other pris

oners in preparing cases to- oe

brought before the pardoning board.

Catts'. Letter

Mrs. Amos H. Norris, Cahirman So

cial and Industrial Department,
Florida Federation of Women's
Clubs, Tampa, Fla.: ; -Dear
Madam: I have your letter of

recent elate teiimg me tnat you nad

sent to you- one of the editorials of

he Mendenhall case. I note that you

say that if it is true that the pardon

board would take up the Mendenhall

case any time soon you would like to
protest in behalf of the club women
of this state. In case Mr. Menden

hall's case is put before the board, and

it is likely to be so, as most cases are.

will be glad touhear your protest. I

ani sending a copy of your letter to

him, so that he may see what he will

nave to lace, and also am -nnng it

with the papers of the board. 1

. Yours very truly,
Sildney J. Catts, Governor.

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SUMMERFIELD
Summerfield, Sept. 22.- Mrs. J. G.

Armstrong, who has been the guest
of Mrs. H. A. Seymour for the past

two weeks, returned to. her home in
Memphis, Tenn, Wednesday.

Miss Monica Branch is spending;

nis week in Oxford with Miss Loula

O'Dell. i

Mr., and Mrs. W. J. Lyles are still

in Gainesville, Ga, where they went

few weks ago to take their sick

aby to a specialist. A letter yester

day from, Mr. Lyles states that Clark
is improving r.nd they, hope to be
able to bring him home within a few
weeks.

Quite & number of our. young peo

ple are attending the high school in
Ocala this year, among them Misses
Elizabeth Ledbetter, Gertrude Mayo

and Hazel Clyburn and Mr. Nat Mayo.

The stork in his trip over our city

Saturday left a fine baby girl at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Aver Aver-itte,
itte, Aver-itte, by the name of Willie Gertrude.

Congratulations.

Mrs. J. W. Fant and little son,

"Bubber Fan? who are now at the

Ocala hospital, are reported doing
nicely and are expected home in a
short time.

Meet me at the. American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
ycu want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to

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cording according to the roads
they have to travel:
In sandy or hilly coun country,
try, country, wherever the goiaa
is ept to be heavy Tim
U. S. Nobby.
For ordinary country
roads The U. S. CLaia
or Usco.
For front wheels TLs
U. S. Plain.
For best results
everyB'jero U. C.
Royal Cords.

HERE isn't any "country"

any more. The automo

bile has broughtthe most
remote settlement almost as
close to the center of things
as the nest county vas in
the old days.
To hear some tire dealers
talk you might think that
nobody knew anything about
tires escept the fellow from
Broadway v

That's not the
go on.

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We give every man credit
for knowing what he is
open din his mpn oy on,
whether he- drives up here
in his small car from ten
miles cut in the country or
is passing through from the
capital in his limousine.
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about U. S. Tires.

They make no distinction
betweeri the small car
owner and the owner of the
biggest car in the country.
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So long as. a man owns; an
automobile large or small
he's entitled to the very
best tire they can give him.
Quality has always teen
the outstanding feature cf
U. S. Tires. ThereV no
limit on the U. S. guarantee.
All U. S. Tires are guaranteed
for the life o f the tire.
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thought to this tire prep psi-

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atives representatives of the oldest and largest
rubber concern in the world.
Drop in the nest time
you're, down this way and

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B. F .CONDON, Ocala, Fla.
ARLO BOX CO, Oak, Fla.
NELSON & CO, Belleview. Fla.

EDWARD TUCKER, OCALA, FLA
GATRELL-OSTEEN CO, Fairfkli.
REDDINO'S GARAGE, Ikdiick, Fla.
SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO,
Ocala, Fla.

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THERE IS a man.
IN OUR town.
WHO IS so old.
HE'S FORGOTTEN Ma age.
HE VA3 elevator boy.
IN NEARLY all.
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HE WAS the first.
WHO DROUGHT down tha house.
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CY ASKING why.
A UZll crossed the road.
SO THAT'S how old he ia.
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HE'D JUST lost a JoD.
THAT HE started on.
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IT WASN'T permanent.
HE'D NEVER fc&ve taken It.
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A WEEK of smoke.
TO CURE It.
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I'M CURED of everythiss.
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FOR I beea smoking.
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MICH CM a century.
JllZ ONLY secret of old ae.
13 ALWAYS keeping.
ABSOLUTELY CONTENTED."
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OF MY cigarettes.
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AND SAID, "That's 1L
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THEY SATISFY.'

If you have any society -itens,
phone to five-one.
.Mr. Richard Dewey returned last
night from a three weeks visit to
New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips Ere in
Sutherland this week, attendiaj the
opening exercises of Southern' College.

Mrs. C. A. Harris'and two children
returned this afternoon from a de delightful
lightful delightful summer spent at Lynchburg-,
Virginia.
Miss Llargaret Jackson left : Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon for Atlanta, where she
will spend several weeks visiting-with
friends.

Use Klenzo Creme and ki'p'-'yssr
teeth white; 25 cents et Gcrlj'a Dmj
Store. I!

Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daughter,
Miss Adele Bittinger, returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a 'two week's visit with
friends at Stanton.

Judge and Mrs. Lester Wayier. and
daughter. Miss Ruth Warner, r return returned
ed returned Sunday afternoon from a pleasant

! vacation spent in Michigan.

Mr. Thelbert Troxler, who now
makes his .home in St. Petersburg,
returned to that city this afternoon
after a few days visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Troxler.

Klenzo Antiseptic destroys
germs in the mouth, throat and

fill
Essal

channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gcriss
Drug Store. fcf
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: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Garnett of Inver-
' ness, are visitors in the city for a few
'days, guests at the home of Mrs.
: Garnett's sister, Miss Rena Smith.
After their visit here they will spend
a few days in Jacksonville before re returning
turning returning home.

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"HpiIEY SATISFY"that's tha eolii fat
to tie to. And there ntver w&3 vzzh
a cigarette fcr steady company. Goc J
tobaccos, yes -but mora thn that. Czz&
fclendirg, by a private formula that cas
be copied that's why ChasterSddj cvsx cvsx-lastingly
lastingly cvsx-lastingly 4 'satisfy.".

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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'SL
WORTH AND MORE.
Won't you let us help make you happy?

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Pronwtncs
HIAHIANNA DAY
The D2.:':?-ttrs of the Confederacy
wilL edebr&te Mariana -Day 'next
Monday, Sept. 27th, at the Presby
terian church at 4 o'clock with a
splendid progrsni cf "singing and
speeches. A special invitation is ex
tended to the veterans and the sons
of veterans; afcd ether 'friends, tfiw
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ATTENTION,' .MEMBERS:
OF EP WORTH LEAGUE
church Friday evening, September
24thj at" 8: 15 p. for the trip to
Kendrick.
PRESERVE HEALTH
..". -OF THE PEOPLE
It is the hope of. public health au authorities
thorities authorities that the first telling stroke
.woman !s: suffrage .in this state will
be .the". passage of a law .requiring
couples to secure certificates of good
health before they will be issued a
marriage license. Such an act is con considered
sidered considered one of the most essential re requirements
quirements requirements to insure a1 healthy man
hood ..and womanhood in the future.
In an : article appearing in Satur
day's issu e of the Florida Metropolis,
Jacksonville, it is stated that the day
is not far off when the legislature of
Florida will be called upon to back up
the:, health f-authorities in their persis persistent
tent persistent efforts to stamp out venereal and
other 'contagious ; and heriditsry diseases..-.;
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In an understandable, straightfor
ward way the article points oat that
it is the birthright of every child
born into the world to 'wcome of
healthy parents.-: It" states: further
that such a law would not only paean
happier marriages but "fewer dis diseased
eased diseased babies to struggle through life,
fewer children growing into man
hood and wcma&hood with undevelop
ed minds, 'fewer little "'ones : brought
into the world never to breathe the
! rpsth of ;life and fewer women made
to face the fact that their dreams of
motherhood can never be realized."
The highest authorities in the med medical
ical medical world n.ve reached the agree agreement
ment agreement that 'syphilis is.,-., perhaps .'the
most "common c-f all 'causes cf infant
death and that, could the actual
number of lives lost from venereal
diseases be-, estimated the figures
w$u!d -'reach -such .alarming ; propor propor-tiens
tiens propor-tiens .they would startle the world.
Following this is :.' the explasatioa
that "the "morally; guilty, are not rec rec-essarily
essarily rec-essarily as many as that statement
would lead one to believe but that
thousands and thousands of innocents
suffer yearly for the sins of the
guilty. ; :'-' 'v ...
Realizing what a progressive step
it would be in eugenics the public
health; workers are discussing thi3
measure with vital interest and feel
that it is to the women of the slate
that they must turn for support.
The two furr.iihed cottages which I
am advertising in a column cf this
pspcr for r.ala at. Lake "Weir ;. near
Eastlake, can be bought at the low
price cf tlCZO J2CC0, respectively.
David S. T7ocdrci5r Room 3, "orch-
! ant's block.
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that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters : for tlii;
commuinty and we want
to Whisper SoIIIy. in your
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Anything' Li Brick, ; Store, Concrete
, Tile and .Plastering
PHONE 52G, OCALA
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
STOCKHOLDERS' T.1EETING
Notice is hereby sriven that
ial meeting of the stockholders cf the
Citizens investment Cor;
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Hocker & Martin, in Ocala. Fla., on
the 21st day of October, 1920, at three
o'clock in the afternoon; that the ob object
ject object cf said meeting is to determina"
whether or not the capital sleek of
the company shall "be increased 'to
Fifty Thousand Dollars or
any other sum which may be legally
voted.
Done by order of the president, this
September 21st, Vj'lfJ,
9-22-wed Easter Cars, Seey.
Dcn't fail to-vli.It ha Gu'r
Jlotfcing- &.Shce Conp:ny. L
thing we sell is gears,::!: ad. 1
fighting for QUALITY- r. I jil"

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LATEST LOCALS

Mrs.

Temperature this morning, C3 ;this
afternoon, 90.

Anna Tweedy after a week's

visit in Ocala, returned to her home

in DeLand today.

Mrs.

E. Bariman of Lake Weir was

in the city today shopping. :
Ask your grocer for Butternut
Bread baked at Carter's Bakery. 22 tf

ilr. Carl bomniers of a Ultra is a

visitor in the city for the day.

Straw vote for president at the

Rexall stores in the United States. 4t

Mrs.

Mary. Davis of

was a visitor in town
Tuesday.

Summerfield

for the day

' Messrs. W. M. Thomas, Sam Pyles

jr., raui tinier, w. a. linsman and
A. V. Sewell took the first degree in

Odd Fellowship at the meeting of Tu
lula Lodge-last night.

It is not bread unless

Butternut bread-

The loaf of quality "Butternut

Bread." Carter's Bakery. 22-tf

The friends of Mrs. Joseph Malever

will be glad to know that she i3 some

what better today. ' J

Captain Russell 'and MrSi -Cheno-

weth were well known Lake Weir

visitors in town today.

Mrs. M. B. Reed of Eastlake i3 a

visitor m tne city lor several aays, at

the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Bailey.

"Goodnight" chases' mosquitoes,

gnats and other insects: 25 cents the

bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Vote at Cerises Drug Store for

your presidential canaiaate. zt-ii,

Our stock
planting is
Store.

of fresh seeds for fall
now in. Ocala Seed
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Dr. J. D. Watkins of Micanopy and

Mr. R. F. Parker of Morriston, were

well known visitors in town Monday.

.Mrs. -E. W. Mitchell, Mrs. Reaves
and Mrs. Fussell ofjColeman and Mr.

T. F. Stewman of Lowell were in the

city today.

it is Carter's
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Mr. Grover Spencer, a former Ocal

boy, who has been visiting friends and

relatives here. returned to his home

in Tampa today.

Straw vote now going on at Gerig's

Drug Store for president. 22-4t

To Mr. and Mrs.' C. T. Henderson

of Lvnne. a 10-pound boy was born

at -the hospital last night. This is

their first child and the Star predicts

he will be as sturdy and reliable a son

of old Marion as the other Henderson

boys.

Use "Goodnight" and thea go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Dreg Store.
In the hurry of arranging the dem democratic
ocratic democratic donations yesterday, we left
out two names, Messrs. Phillips and
Owens. They are in their proper
place today with some additions. V-

The Klenzo Family complete i3 now

on display at Gerig's Drug Store, tf

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb of Ken-

drick were in the city yetserday, and

Mrs. Webb's many friends were glad

o see her looking so well. She is re

cuperating from a serious illness.

Mr. Harry Whittington has moved

ni3 grocery store irom urange ana

Eighth streets to the corner of Main

and Second streets and, he invited all
his customers and friends to visit
him there. : ? -; ;"

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your orders to 243, Cook's Market and

Grocrey. 22-tf

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Klock of East-

lake, but who have been summering
in. the north, were in town today for
the first time since their return. They

were accompanied by Mrs. E. F.

Newport of Eastlake. -i':;

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Use a good-KIenso Tooth Ercsh.

Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
After a pleasant visit to her hus husband
band husband and friends here, JMrs. V. A,

Sessoms has returned to her parents'

home in Bonifay. Mrs. Sessoms' par

ents are getting along in years, and

her presence with them is absolutely

necessary most of the time.

Cor. Ft King and Osceola

ear Service Station

OCALA; FLA.

Baby Van Camp Milk, per can.
Tall Van Camp Milki per can..

None Such Mince Meat, per, package ;.'10c
Minute Tapioca, per. package .v.. ..........Ms
2-pound can sifted Peas, per can .27c
18-ounce can Pork and Beans, per can ide

2-pound can sliced Pineapple, per can .... ...
16-ounce bottle Blue Lable Catsupl

14-ouuce bottle Vinegar .... :. lsc
7-ouhce can White Tuna Fish -.-2Sc
5-ourice can Cove Oysters.... .... ...... ...202
Cabbage, per pound .... ... .... .... . . 5 Vie

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L.'Y. Tires:

There is nothing but disappointment in
buying cheaply made tires that are an
flounced as wonderful bargains at a few
dollars each and then fail after brief

terms of Si

exceptional milec:- t exceedingly low
in Goodyear Tires, of the 30x3-, 30x3 Vv

and 31x4-inch sizes, built of Goodyear Goodyear-selected
selected Goodyear-selected materials and with Goodyear skill
and care

to their precise 'manufacture in the

world's largest tire factory devoted to these
sizes, their quality is most economically
produced and therefore most economically
employed.

you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell,

Dort or other car taking, these sizes, go to to-your
your to-your nearest Service Station for Goodyear

ride farther and fare better.

30 x 3V5 Goodyear
Double-Cure Fabric,
All -Weather Tread
30 x 3 '2 Goodyear
Single -Cure Fabric,
Anti-Skid Tread

$2152

Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no
more than the price you are asked to pay
for tubes of less merit why risk costly

casings when such sure protec protection
tion protection ijav'r liable? 30x3l&slze
i a waterproof

$412

We are glad that Karl Weihe's

Kryptok sign was not put' tip until

after our supply of booze was cut off.

It looks all right to a sober man, but
had we moseyed by with about three
drinks under our belt we would have

been plumb sure we' were drunk.

Miv Uriel C. Jones returned Sunday

night from Washington, JX C, where

he spent last winter at Gallandet Col

lege. With a college mate, Lawrence
Randall, he had an adventurous trip

down the east coast in an 18-foot

canoe. Leaving Washington on the
28th of August they spent over two

weeks rovfing and camping out. They

had a very narrow escape off the
coast of North; Carolina, where the
boat overturned in a storm and they
had to wim two miles in the fury of
the storm. When they reached

Georgetown, S. C, ft Was too late to
finish the trip in the canoe: Uriel is
at home now on North Osceola street.

He will return. to. Washington in a

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WHO. WILL'

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NEXT TO POSTOFFICE

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Cleveland, 0., Sept. 22- Who is to

head the American Legion the coming

year is receiving attention in antici

pation of the second annual conven

tion of the legion opening in Cleve
land Sept. 27th.

Among those mentioned here for

the office of commander ure Milton J

Foreman, of Illinois, Emmett' O'Neill,

of Kentucky, Hanford MacNider: of

Iowa, and F. W. Galbraith of Ohio.

Foreman was a colonel and state

commander. When he took charge of

the Illinois department it was 21st in
legion membership. Now it is first.
Foreman, who is more than 60 years

old, served also in the Spanish
American war. : ;

Hentucky is boosting O -Neiii lor

the leadership because of his activity

in legion affairs, especially as an -or
ganizer and leader.

riacJNider is said to nave more
decorations than any other American

with the exception of General Persh

ing. Nine of them for valor. He is
a bank president in Mason City, Iowa,
and vice commander of the depart

ment of Iowa.

Galbraith was a colonel and state
commander like Foreman. He was
commander of the Ohio department

until the Ohio convention at Youngs

town elected his successor last

month. ; -'

Colonel C. C. Chambers, of Cleve Cleveland,'
land,' Cleveland,' convention executive chairman,
predicts that the convention will sur surpass,
pass, surpass, in numbers any ever held in the

country, not excepting the great
gatherings of the Grand Army of the

Republic.

WOODMEN

OF THE WOULD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets et
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting eov
ereigns are always welcome.
- J. C Bray, C. C"
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice
' Jake Brown, Secretary. : ;
A. L. Lucaa, W. IL
. ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at tha
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
isiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
H. R. Luff man, Secretary.

17E 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.

We call for and deliver work free.

SilOE' SHINE SERVICE
f:-tJ2veryDay Including Sunday

OcdlaEIeclrlcSliceSiiop

114 S; Magnolia; St.
, Phone 143, OCALA. FLA.

Arrival and departure of passengei
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figure! pub published
lished published a3 information and not guar guaranteed..
anteed.. guaranteed.. -;
j't'Easteyn Standard Time)
SEAlBOXllD AIR LINE HAILROAD
Leave :'' Arriva

2:20 aiii Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am

1:55 pm

4:05 pm
2:15 am
2:15 am

1:50 era

Jacksonville

Jacksonville
Petersburg
Tampa

Tanipa-Manatee

1:30 pm
4:35 pm
4:05 pm
2:15 era
1:35 i-ra
4:05 pin

4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbri

ATLANTIC COAST LINE IL. R.
Leave 5 Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTTork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:23 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 sm
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Vilcox
7:2u am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pa
3:25pm Homosassa 1:30pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
, Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

PERIQNS

FLES

Foocrsl Directors '&. Emlialmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
OCALA, FLORIDA

PLENTY OF PROOF

From People You Know From Ocala
Citizens
The greatest skeptic can hardly fail
to be convinced by evidence like this.
It is impossible to produce better
proob of merit than the testimony of
residents of Ocala, of people who can
be seen at any time. Ask your neigh neighbor.
bor. neighbor. Read the following case of it:
V. Mra3ek, tinner, 210 Osceola St.,
Ocala, says: "When living in Mem Memphis,
phis, Memphis, Tenn., a number of years ago, I
was suffering with a bad .backache and
weak kidneys. My kidneys acted too
frequently and the secretions appear appeared
ed appeared abnormal. My back grew more
Eainf ul every day and got so I could
ai-dly do any lifting or -stooping, i

felt weak and depressed until someone

advised me to try Dean's Kidney Pills.
I got a box of this medicine and it
helped me in a few days and soon
cured me'of this trouble."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't sisa sisa-ply
ply sisa-ply ask for a; kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Mrasek had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.-57

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

dverti.33 la tha G Izr.

UN!

b

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ii

0

WANTED, LOST, FO UND. FOU

'. SALE, FOH RENT "AND SIM.
ILAE LOCAL WEED3

RATES Six line, maxlmura, caa
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six t.v.vs
75c; one month ?3. -Payable ia s.i-vance.

Muti iiuiKrwo complete:
nished cottages for -sale at

mar, jastiaice; runnng

CCki"

er,

bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow, Box ESI. Ocala, Fla.9-t

WANTED At a -.bargain to Uy
stock consisting of wagon and car carriage
riage carriage material, mostly .wood stock,
steel, iron, bolts. Do not want any
tools or machinery. State wBst
you have to cfTer. F. B. Terrell,
Lakeland, Fla. IC-Ct

WANTED Four first class orange
.- packers, long season, top prices prices-Expenses
Expenses prices-Expenses paid daring layoff. Writs
at once, R, T.' Morris, Fort O-fcn,
Fla. 18-lCt

LARGE Sweet guavj

basket

order.
Fla.

crate, f.
T. B.

o. b.,
A f f

$2 per" e!x

cash with
Veirsdale,

IS-

tf

WANTED To rent five or six-room
7 house, : furnished, in the best resi residence
dence residence section. Will pay good pries

furnish Al reference. Travel Travel-salesman
salesman Travel-salesman and wife want to

and
ing

spend five or six months in Ocala

with view

dress at once,
Hall.

of .locating here. Ad-

L. TV

Ilarrmtos
26-

FOR SALI At a bargain, one 1318
model Oldsmobile 'S" roadster
one 1910 model 5-passenger Dods.

.- iJota cars m excellent condition.
All good: tires. Lake Weir Vashei
Sand Co,, Ocala. 20-7t

WOOD When you want wood,

5C6; oak or pine, stove or fir

pr:cna

Broadway Woodyard, L. A

ers, Proprietor. 21-14t

BOOKS FOR SALS Several hun hun-;
; hun-; dred vol jit: es of well bound books,
standard authors.- Will sell entire

lot, enough to stock a good family

library, very cheap.
WJ, cit

Address Bo:

21-etltwky

and

FOR SALE Eight head of hogs

two Rhc-de Island Red cockerels;
cheap for cash. Apply to L. W. IIol IIol-stun,
stun, IIol-stun, at union station. "21-St

WANTED A truck driver who can
" drive. A permanent job for a' good
driver. Only those who are wiljir-r

to stay on the job need

Communicate with chief of the

department, Ocala, Fla. 21-Ct

apply.

FOR SALE One team of rnuhs vnih
. wagon and harness. First claxa con condition.
dition. condition. Apply to L. J. Dankwertz,
Route A, Summerfield, Fla. 21-St

TO LOAN 11000 (one thousand dol dollars)
lars) dollars) for a eiient See D. Nkl
Ferguso:i, Holder block. Ocpla,
Fla. -. 22-St

WANTED- One jewsharp. "Apply

Buckshot Villiams

12-2V

SEE ME QUICK If you want to buy
a nicely located, modern seven seven-room
room seven-room house. S. S. Savage Jr. 22-41

jb.

Jkm3 mJt "I

PRACTICAL CARPENTER
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on

tract, work. ... Gives more and

Alil-I

all

W m IT

work for the mosey than any cl
contractor ia the city.

Our stock
planting is
Store.

of fresh
now in.

seea for till

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