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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDESNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1920
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Cicctte and Other Members of the
White Sox Purposely Lost Last.
Year's World's Series for
Chicago

- (Associated Pregs)
Chicago,. Sept. 29. Following the
confession of Pitcher Cicotte and
Joe Jackson and the indictment yes yesterday
terday yesterday of eight members of the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago American League baseball team,
charged with gelling out the 1919
world championship series, the grand
ury today i3 considering the indict indictment
ment indictment of at least six gamblers involv involved
ed involved in buying the players. Abe Attell,
former, featherweight champion pugi pugilist,
list, pugilist, is said to be "one of those involv involved
ed involved in the testimony. Charges are also
made that the same players who threw
the series last year kept Chicago
: from winning the pennant this year.
COMISKEY SCORES TRAITORS
Chicago, Set. 28. -Seven members
of the White Sox and "one former
player were indicted today by a Cook
county grand jury charged with con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy to commit an illegal act in
connection with last year's world's
series, which they have .been accused
of "selling" to a "coterie of gamblers,
The seven players were immediately
suspended by Charles A: Comiskey,
president of the club, who apparently
thereby threw away all chances of
winning the American League pen pennant
nant pennant this year. The Sox are only a
half game behind the league leading
Indians today.
The "Old Roman," who has spent a
lifetime in building up his team, told
the accused players in the notice of
suspension that if they were found
guilty he would ( drive them out of
baseball for the rest of their lives, if
possible. .-
Assistant State's Attorney General
Replogle announced, that Gicotte was
'taken into custody after leaving the
grand jury room and is now in charge
of William Sullivan, a detective of
'the state's attorney's officgf5. He de de-"
" de-" clined to say where the pitcher was
being taken.-
Alfred S. Austrian, attorney for the
club, sent the following telegram to
Risberg,'; MeMullin Jackson, Felsch,
weaver, Williams and Cicotte:
"You and each of you are" hereby
- notified of your indefinite suspension
as a member of the Chicago American
League baseball club.
"Your suspension is brought about
by information which has just, come
to me directly involving you and each
of you in the baseball scandal (now
being investigated by the grand jury
of Cook county) resulting from the
world's series of 1919. If you are in
nocent of any. wrong doing you and
each of you will be reinstated; if you
are guilty you will be retired from
.organized baseball for the rest of
your lives if I can accomplish it. Un
til there is a nality to this investiga
tion it is due to the public that
take this action even though it costs
Chicago the pennant.
"Charles A. Comiskey."
"We will play out the rest o fthis
schedule if we have to get Chinamen
to substitute for the suspended play
ers," Harry Gribner, secretary of the
" White Sox said today.
The Cook county grand jury this
afternoon voted true bills against the
following baseball, players in its in
vestigation of the alleged "throwing"
of world'3 series games last year: Ed
die Cicotte, Claude Williams, "Chick'
Gandil, Happy Felsch, Charles Ris Ris-berg,
berg, Ris-berg, Joe Jackson, Fred McMullin and
; Buck Weaver. All are members of
the Chicago Americans. The eight
players are charged with conspiracy
to violate a state law.
ANOTHER SCANDAL HINTED AT
New York, Sept. 29. District At Attorney
torney Attorney Lewis announced today h
would start an immediate investiga investigation
tion investigation of reports that a clique of
gamblers had planned to bribe mem members
bers members of the Brooklyn nationals to
lose to their American League op opponents
ponents opponents in the coming world's series.
SOMETHING TO EAT IN
CITY OF CHICAGO
Or Else their Hotel and Restaurant
Grub" Isn't Much to ;
Eat
Chicago, Sept. 29. Twenty-two ho
tel owners have agreed to cut res
taurant prices from 25 to 33 per cent
FOUR THOUSAND
VIRGINIA FARMERS
Seek to Join "the A. F. L but they
are Given the Cold
'. Shoulder
Washington, Sept. 29. Four thou thousand
sand thousand Virginia farmers, engaged chief chiefly
ly chiefly in raising tobacco, haye applied
for permission, to affiliate with the
American Federation of Labor. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Morrison" made the announce announcement
ment announcement today, stating he had advised
- they to join farmers' organizations.

Seem Uncle to Stand Up Before the

Dash of the Polish
Soldiers
(Associated Frees) -Warsaw,'
Sept. 29. An official Pol
ish statement of, fighting operations
reports continued success for the
Polish trooo3 against the bolsheviki
armies.
LONGER GROWS
THE CAMPAIGN LINE
Another Lady Democrat Sets a Good
Example to Her,
. Sisters
We are cheerful today for our cam
paign fund is looking up. W. A.
Wilds came across last night with one
solid' bone, and Mrs. James H. Hill
has just phoned in that she has drawn
a check for the good cause. Follow
ing are the
Donations to Date
R. E. Layton ; $ 1.00
J. D. McCaskill 1.00
W. T. Gary 5.00
P. Phillips 5.00
J. H. Benjamin ... .. 5.00
J.R.Owens.; 1.00
R. A. Burford
10.00
5.00
2.00
10.00
1.00
5.00
1.00
5.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
5.00
1.00
10.00
Mrs. R. A. Burford
Miss Mary Burford
R. F. Rogers .........
Barney Spencer -. . . .
Nathan Mayo ...........
W. Hunter
Ocala Banner
W. F. Yocum
W. A. Knight
Cash
R. L: Martin ;
W. K. Zewadski
G. S. Scott
W. A. Wilds .....
Mrs. James H. Hill
Send or give money to any one of
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the undersigned members of the
Ocala Finance Committee. All con
tributions noted" in the Star. .
J. IL Benjamin, Chairman.
L. H. Chazal, Secretary.
W. T. Gary, Treasurer.
ITALIAN W ARD BOMBED
A CHICAGO ALDERMAN
" (Associated Press)
Chicago, Sept. 29. A bomb be
lieved to have been planted by politi political
cal political enemies, early today wrecked the
home of Alderman John Powers, in
the 19th ward, which is largely inhab inhabited
ited inhabited by Italians. No one was hurt.
FARM .NOTES BY '.:
THE COUNTY AGENT
As we have stated before, the prop proper
er proper time to select seed corn is when
the stalk is still green, enough" to de
termine the true type of plant. .How .However,
ever, .However, if the selection was not made
then the next best time is when gath gathering
ering gathering the corn crop. A box, or bar barren,
ren, barren, should be placed in the wagon,
or on the side of the, body, and the
larger and better looking ears of corn
thrown into this as the crop is being
pulled. When brought o the crib
these choice ears should be put by
themselves and treated as the rest of
the corn against the weevil. Then,
next spring when seed com is wanted
it will be a small job to go over these
choice ears and select the very best
ones for planting.
There is no question about carpet
gras3 being the best grass for our low
woods lands. This grass is known in
different localities by different names.
Some of the names are "hammock
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grass, "DianKet grass," "goose
grass," "flat grass," etc. While all
of us have seen it all of trar Jives, it
was not until lately that its value was
discovered. Probably this was be because
cause because jnot much thought had been giv given
en given to improved pasture until in recent
years. .- v '-
Carpet grass can be planted on cul cultivated
tivated cultivated land or on open forest and
cut-over lands with .good success.
LWhere land is "prepared for it. ten
f pounds of seed should be sown per
acre and the soil thoroughly finned.
Whdh planted on woods ; land, all
grass and brush should be burned off
in winter and about five pounds of
seed sown per acre. Nothing further
will be required except to keep plenty
of animals on the land so that the
native grasses will be eaten short and
give the carpet grass an opportunity
to become established. Evidence so
far shows that plowing, harrowing or
discing is not necessary or -desirable.
Seed of carpet grass has been very
scarce and the demand up to now has
been greater-than the supply. How
every we have a list of the growers
who are offering the seed for sale this
season and shall be glad to furnish it
to any one wishing it. ; The time for
sowing is spring and early summer
when there is plenty of moisture to
insure germination.
Wm. A. Sessoms,
County Agent.

Two Years Ago Today They Rent the
Famous Hindenburg Line
in Twain

: (Associates Press)
Asheville, N. O, Sept. 29.-Dele-gates
to the annual convention of
"Old Hickory." the Thirtieth Divis Division,
ion, Division, today celebrated the second anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the breaking of the Hin Hin-denburg
denburg Hin-denburg line, which feat won for them
the plaudits, of the world war generals.:-'';.
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The convention will be addressed by
Secretary of the Navy Daniels. The
election of officers and selection of the
next meeting place will conclude the
reunion today.
ITALIAN PEASANTS
WANTED KING'S ESTATE
. (Associated Press)
Rome, Sept. 29. Two thousand
peasants who seized the estate of
King Victor near: Naples have been
driven out by troops. The property
is one of the largest belonging to the
king.
ERROR IN FRANK'S "AD.
In Frank's advertisement on
the third page of today's paper
the word "Huck" ; should be
"Turkish." Frank's is making
a specially attractive price on
Turkish Towels and hopes the
customers of the store will not
overlook this opportunity to.
lay in a supply.
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WOMEN VOTERS' MEETING
On Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
at the court house there will be a
meeting at which white women voters
will be instructed in the methods of
voting. The arrangements for this
meeting are in charge of the legisla legislation
tion legislation committee of the Woman' Club.
This committee will : also arrange
for the transportation to and from
the meeting of all white women who
request it. 'A number"of cars have
been offered and there will be no dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty in carrying all who desire
transportation. Please notify the
the chairman of the committee, Mrs.
W. T. Gary, or the president of the
club, MrsH. C Dozier. -
The meeting has been arranged for
this hour and place so that those der
siring to register may conveniently
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McSweeny Holds Oat but the Prison
Physician Says Gradual De Deterioration
terioration Deterioration is Going On

(Associated Press)
London, Sept. 29. Conflicting re reports
ports reports on the condition of Lord Mayor
McSweeny were issued on the forty forty-eighth
eighth forty-eighth day of his hunger strike. The
Irish Self -Determination League said
he spent a" very bad night. The prison
physician reported he had a restful
night but that his condition showed
gradual deterioration.
REIGN OF TERROR PREDICTED
London, Sept. 29. Rumors of wide
spread plots ranging from conspir conspiracies
acies conspiracies to assassinate King George to
blowing up public buildings have
been current here for several days.
No arrests have been made yet.
BRITISH SOLDIERS BROKE
LOOSE
Cork, Ireland, Sept. 29. Following
a raid on the military barracks yester yesterday
day yesterday by Sinn Feiners, in which a ser sergeant
geant sergeant was killed, soldiers last night
sacked the town of Mallow, burning
the town hall and some forty build buildings,
ings, buildings, including some of the principal
shops. There was promiscuous shoot shooting
ing shooting by soldiers, but no casualties are
reported. :
AUTO PRICES CONTINUE
TO COME DOWN
Detroit, Sept. 29. The Hudson
Manufacturing Company, manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers of the Hudson and Essex cars,
has announced a price reduction on
all models of the two cars ranging
from $200 to $450. The new prices
will become effective immediately.
Overline Prices' Cut
New .York. Sept. 29. Reduction in
the prices of automobiles made by
the Willys-Overland Company of
from $100 ; to $200 per. car were an
nounced today. ;..
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS
I have four or five county schools
yet unsupplied with teachers. These
schools will pay from $75 to. $100 per
month for six months. If there is any
lady in Ocala or the county who would
like to teach one of these schools, I
will be glad to give you further in information.
formation. information. If you have no certificate
and desire to teach, I think I can ar arrange
range arrange for you to do so. Call office
phone 141 or residence phone 191 or
I will be glad to see you at my office.
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Will Delight Loyal Missourians with
a Speech as He Passes
Thru their State

(Associated Press)
Omaha, Sept. 29. Governor ; Cox
today passed into Missouri, where he
delivers one speech before going into
Kansas; where he will address two
audiences. Only three speeches were
on the "program today, against sixteen
yesterday.
The democratic nominee issued a
statement today criticising his repub republican
lican republican opponent for having no definite
plan to offer in substitution for the
League of Nations.
NOTICE TO PICNICKERS
All parties who are going down
Silver Springs run and the Oklawaha
to Conner on the Wekiwa tomorrow
evening will please be at the. springs
at six o'clock. All who have not made
airangements for, transportation will
please notify J. H. Benjamin at the
Star office as soon as : possible and
meet him in front of the Ocala House
at 5:40 p. m.
A DIFFICULT PROPOSITION
. Editor Star: Speaking of the dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty of being fair, I think it" is
about as difficult to be consistent. For
instance, the Ocala Banner in a long
editorial called down the Tampa Tri-
bune for opposing the bond amend amendment
ment amendment on account of the proposition to
tax automobiles to the exclusion of
all other property to pay the princi principal
pal principal and interest on the bonds, and
published the proposed amendment irf
full to show that no such proposition
was "nominated in the bond" and that
Shylock (the legislature) could de demand
mand demand the pound of flesh in such man
ner as it saw fit, and in the same is issue
sue issue said "A vote for the bond issue
and the McRae system of providing
ways and means for meetmgthe bond
issue, will accomplish the work." Now
the McRae proposition is no more a
part of the amendment than the other
and has less merit, for automobiles
use the roads and gasoline is used
for many other purposes than to run
automobiles. By the way, please tell
me just what is a "minimum tax on
gasoline." I must commend the Ban Banner
ner Banner for its fairness in publishing
many good arguments against the
amendment, even if I do chide it just
a little for whaf seems to me incon inconsistent.
sistent. inconsistent. -- W. W. Clyatt.
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Determined Abstinence of the People,
However, the Only Thing that
Will Bring Them Down

, (Associated Press)
New York. Sept. 2D Congressman
Siegel stated here today that he had
a telegram from Attorney General
Palmer saying an investigation of
the charge made that there is a price
fixing combination among building
material manufacturers has been or ordered
dered ordered by the government.
SENATOR HARDING'S TRAIN
HAD A NARROW ESCAPE
. Associated Press) v
Millwood, W. Va., Sept. 20. Sena Senator
tor Senator Harding's special train narrowly
escaped serious wreck near here to today
day today when the trucks of the Harding
car broke, derailing the car while
running at 33 miles an hour. The
senator and Mrs. Harding were shak shak-cd
cd shak-cd up but all escaped injury.-.
IMPORTANT MEETINGS
FOR FARMERS
Next w:eek at Gainesville there will
be held two events that should be of
great importance to the farmers of
Marion county. Reference is made to
the citrus seminar on the oth and 6th
of October and to the livestock round- -up
on the 7th and 8th. Both meetings
will be under the direction of the
extension division of the university
and very strong programs have been
prepared.
The seminar is conducted for the
benefit of those who are interested in
citrus' fruits and furnishes an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity -for the citrus growers to per personally
sonally personally discuss" their problems with
the experiment station authorities.
Practically all of the scientific knowl
edge, relating-to the citrus industry
in Florida has been worked out by
our experiment station, and attend
ance there next week will give the
grower the chance to learn at first
hand all that has been-, discovers!
duHngThe past year along his lm
of work. The program has been well
arranged and covers all "phases of 'the
industry from the nursery to the
market. The whole state should feel
brtunate in being honored with the
presenec of Dr. H. J. Webber, direc
tor of the California experiment sta
tion, on the program. Dr. Webber's
scientific -fame is of national and in international
ternational international standing and there is no
man in the world ahead of him in the
study of citrus diseases. His subject
will be "Problems of. Citrus Culture."
The roundup is put on in the inter
est of the livestock farmer and the
program for this concerns every typa
of livestock grown on the farm.
better opportunity can be offered Gur"J
farmers for the discussion of their
problems, for the interchange of ideas
as to the best methods of production,
feeding and marketing their animals
and for demanding of the experiment
station authorities the help needed in
solving their problems that will be
given by this meeting next week. Any
farmer, who is interested in poultry,
hogs, cattle, sheep and horses and
wants the .very latest information as'
to the best ways of carrying on the
business, should attend the roundup
and learn what the most successful
farmers are doing and what 'the ex experiment
periment experiment station people are finding
out for him. If he has problems that
are new and different to those of
other farmers, he should go up. and
tell what they are and ask for help.
The experiment station is our insti institution
tution institution and sta;ad3 ready to help if we
will call on it. Wm. A. Sessoms,
County Agent.
BONUS PLAN ADOPTED
BY AMERICAN LEGION
Ex-Service Men Will Gather in Kan
sas City for the 1S21 Con-
: renticn
Cleveland, Sept. 29 -The American
Legion in annual convention here yes yesterday
terday yesterday adopted the report of the com--mittee
on adusted compensation amid
an uproar. The report recommended
that the legion give its unqualified
support to the house bill which I
now pending before the Senate pro providing
viding providing for an optional plan of com
pensation for the soldiers of the world
war.
The provisions of the bill are;
Adusted service pay, based on
length of service, or,
"2 Adusted service certificates,
maturing in twenty years, based on
length of service, or,
"3 Vocational training, or,
"4 Farm or home aid, or,
"5 Land settlement, for which 31
states have already made through
their state legislatures, provisions
for co-operation."
The report also directed the na national
tional national executive committee to take
such action as it may deem neces necessary
sary necessary to ensure prompt passage of tha
bill. .....
Kansas City was selected a3 ths
1921 convention city.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29, 1923

PafclUaed Erery DT Except Soaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA. FLORIDA.

It. It. Carroll, President
V. IeavesKwiHJ, ret a ry -Treasurer
J. II. Ueajamtn. Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice a
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but does it at their request and be because
cause because he wants to' serve the men who

are serving with him. The local at attorney
torney attorney said if any "one has any inten intentions
tions intentions of applying -for a pardon it
ought to be himself and that he knows

nothing of any such move. Tampa
Times.

Mr. Palmer is a lawyer and would

te violating the ethics of his profes

sion if he admitted that one of his

clients was going to do something the

public disapproved of. We don't think
it likely Mendenhall will apply for. a
pardon at the next meeting of ; the
board. There has been too much fuss
made about hi3 announced intentfon.
REGRET WE CANT AGREE
WITH MR. ROGERS

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"BIEMOBY.

Florida Democratic Presidential
Electors
Martin Carcballo P. W. Gsrr
'Charles E. Jones W. V. Knott
J. G. Sharon v C. B. Wells
: If the people of Florida vote "for
the bond amendment, they will give
away one of their liberties.
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The Chicago baseball champs have
disgraced their town, but then what
can you expect of a city where a pro pro-German
German pro-German is mayor.
In the Star's opinion, it will be poor
business to swap M. M. Smith off f or
Forrest Lake as head of the state
road department. In fact, it won't be
any business at all; it will be politics
cf a rather bad-smelling brand.

Archbishop Mannix.say3 McSweeny
h kept alive by a miracle. Wonder
what he will say : when McSweeny
slips his grip. One human being at
least has been known to live sixty-5
three days without eating. ; If the
supernatural powers are going to
work a" miracle on McSweeny, why
don't they keep him strong and active
instead of letting him suffer and be become
come become too weak to lift nis hand.

' Miss Eli2abeth Nail, eldest daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nail, and
- Fred V. Cone, editor of the Chron Chronicle,
icle, Chronicle, were united in marriage at the

nome or tne onae s parents, aunaay
' afternoon fit 3 o'clock. Rev. M. R.

' Mycr clT.ciating. Mr. and Mrs. Cone
are stopping at the Orange. Inver Inverness
ness Inverness Chronicle. 1
" Brother Cone edits one of the livest
weeklies in the state.. The Star wishes
a life full of happiness to him and
his bride.

Gainesville has had an unofficial
census taken, with all : precautions to
secure accuracy, and finds she has

vuJb resident population. A little
less than the Star figured, about
enough to prove it has a good eye at
' calculating the population of a town.
'Beside this resident population it is
calculated that tile town, including
the University students, has 1200
floating population, and anybody who
sees Gainesville at its liveliest will
concede that this estimate is not ex exaggerated.
aggerated. exaggerated. The Star is informed that a good
deal of betting has been going on at
the ball park this summer. The Star
begs to inform its friends of the base baseball
ball baseball fraternity that betting on a ball
game is as much an infraction of the
lav as betting on poker, and if any

oiT.cer sees them at it is will be his
duty to arrest them, and if he does
they can be prosecuted the, same as
other gamblers. A good game like
baseball should be kept clean, and it
can't be kept clean if it is degraded
into a gambling game.
"If there is any effort being made
to secure a pardon for J. J. Menden Mendenhall,
hall, Mendenhall, I know nothing about it. On the
other hand I am reasonably sure there
is not, and that no effort is or has
been contemplated for the near fu

ture," said Attorney Thomas Palmer

in discussing tne rumors going the
rounds of the state that at the next
session of the pardoning board, Nov.
9 and 10, an application for a pardon
in Mendenhall's behalf will be made.
Mr. Palmer says Mendenhall is mak mak-'
' mak-' ing the best prisoner who has ever
been detained at the state prison
farm. He believes the man is beins

done an mustice by the thingu that
have been said or done recently, when
he knows of no foundation for them.
He says Mendenhall has worked his
way to a trusty at the prison farm,
and that Supt. Blitch places great de dependability
pendability dependability and reliability in the pris prisoner.
oner. prisoner. Mendenhall is a trained me

chanic and is foreman of a carpen carpenter's
ter's carpenter's crew. Mr. Palmer, who defend defended
ed defended Mendenhall in his trial in 1915,
says it is true he helps other prison prisoners
ers prisoners in letter-writing and preparing
; papers than cannot do for themselves,

It's better o drive an oxteam and
be independent than to drive an eight eight-cylinder
cylinder eight-cylinder touring car and be loaded
with debt.
A nunjber of years ago, progressive
men began to preach the doctrine that
in order to go ahead we must go into
debt; we must borrow money and buy
or build things which we could
put in use while we were ( mak making
ing making repayment. The doctrine was
good as far as those men intended it
to go. Unfortunately we have over overdone
done overdone the business until our indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness is far greater than the origina originators
tors originators intended it to be. We cannot do
anything any more by labor, economy
and patience. We must do it by bond
issues, cast on an overloaded market,
sold if at all at considerable discount
and loaded with heavy interest And
generally wasted in shoddy work and
unfulfilled contracts. .
Our good friend, Mr. Robert F.
Rogers, had a letter on the bond
amendment in Tuesday's issue of the

daily Star. We regret to say his

views differ from ours. 1 We generally
agree with "Colonel Bob" on public
questions, we often go to hinrfor ad advice,
vice, advice, and when" we do we r always
profit by it. v We are therefore more
sorry that the currents of our opin opinion
ion opinion do not run smoothly side by side,
but are temporarily interrupted by
this muddy little island of a bond

amendment. When the election is
overawe will be in harmony again.
Mr. Rogers has mapped out a sym symmetrical
metrical symmetrical program, which will be very
good if carried out. Unfortunately
he has no pledge given him by the
legislature, by which he can in turn
assure the people what: is going to be
done, f If the people vote f or -.the
amendment, they will put power in
the. hands of the legislature without
any guarantee as to how it will be
used.
Mr. Rogers says he expects the
legislature to be as good as any we
have had in twenty years. We go
him one better we expect this legis legislature
lature legislature to be the best we have had in
more than twenty years. We expect

it to make a good record., i We don't
expect it to levy any more taxes nor
incur any more debts than it must.
On the other hand we don't expect it
tol submit to the people an amend amendment
ment amendment to repeal the amendment to be
voted on at the coming election; that
is, if the present amendment is adopt adopted.
ed. adopted. It would be rather inconsistent
if it did so. And the people may be
very sure that succeeding .legislatures
will not do so. They will find the law
very convenient to raise money, every
once in awhile; and occasionally some
member will want a little rake-off. If
you don't think a legislature can so
do, read the amendment as proposed.
It says:
"Section 6. The legislature shall

have power to provide

state bonds only for the purpose of
repelling invasion or suppressing in-
surrection, or for the purpose of re-j

deeming or refunding, bonds already

issued at a lower rate of interest, OR
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIR ACQUIRING.
ING. ACQUIRING. BUILDING AND MAINTAIN

ING A SYSTEM OF GOOD ROADS jUJ

AND BRIDGES THROUGHOUT
THIS STATE UNDER SUCH REG

ULATIONS AS MAY BE PRE PRESCRIBED
SCRIBED PRESCRIBED BY AN ACT OF THE
LEGISLATURE; PROVIDED THAT
ANY BOND ISSUE AUTHORIZED
IN PURSUANCE HEREOF FOR A
SYSTEM OF GOOD ROADS AND
BRIDGES SHALL NOT EXCEED IN
AMOUNT FIVE PER CENT OF THE
TOTAL TAX ASSESSMENT OF
THE STATE AT THE TIME OF IS ISSUE."
SUE." ISSUE." The first part of Section 6 has been
in the constitution since its adoption,
and the addition in capital letters is
the part to be voted on. It is plainly
seen by the words "any bond issue"
that t there is' no intention to restrict
the amount to one issue as some bond
advocates claim., Mr. Rogers has not
touched on this point.
The "legislature does not need a
bond 'amendment to put a tax of a
cent a gallon on gasoline. It can put
on such a tax whenever it gets ready.
And as soon as the gas dealers had
to pay the tax they would raise the
price of gasoline a cent a gallon.
Can't you see that?

. This county bonded last April for
$560,000. The bonds have not been
sold. Meantime, the state road de department
partment department has been using up our .pro

rata of the state and federal appro appropriation
priation appropriation in out of date work. The
bond business is overdone. Let's
stop it until we catch up If we don't,
we will tax ourselves into bankruptcy-Here's
another wise one from your
Uncle Henry Ford's parer:
"Certain people are overdoing the
campaign that teacher the people to
depend on the government. We see
ir our country the growth of a move movement
ment movement that trains both children and
adults to look to the government for
health, recreation, entertainment,
baths, and for many other things. The
results are not good. We are rear rearing
ing rearing a generation of dependents. It is
not good for any government to have
a" people entirely dependent on it.
And, as for the people, it reduces
them to the status of adult babies.
Much of the so-called 'community'
work is only institutionalizing the
normal impulses of the people. ? We
want individuality in America, inde independence
pendence independence and equality. We can never
reach, it by making the people the
moral dependents of the government
or any government agency."

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Citra, Sept. 27. Dr. and Mrs. W.

J. Carpenter of St. Petersburg were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Driver last
week. .. .

Dr and Mrs. Blackshear of Ocala

were visitors in Citra yesterday.'

Mr. J. R. Williams and family have
moved to Jacksonville, where they in intend
tend intend making their home.
Misses Louise and Ethel? Crosby
spent Sunday with their parents.
Mrs. M. E. Ervin and daughter,
Miss Mary were guests of Citra
friends last week.
Mr. Knight has returned home aft after
er after a very pleasant vacation spen
at Hendersonville, N. C.
Mr. J P. Ausley has purchased a
homein Ocala and will move his fam

ily there the end of this week. Mr.

and Mrs. Rasrsdale also expect to

move to Ocala- shortly. V

Mr. Harry Miller, after a pleasant

visit with his grandparents, Mr. and

Mrs. Dave Barcus, has returned to

his home in Miami.

Mr. Goldie McAllister visited hi3

mother and sister last week.

Last Sunday night Miss lola Dickie,

the attractive young niece of Dr.
Strickland, was very quietly married

to Mr. Ernest Williams of Hampton

The young people, accompanied by
Dr. and Mrs. Strickland, motored to

Ocala and were married about twelve
o'clock by Judge Smith, leaving the
next day1 for Hampton,- where Mr.
Williams holds a position with the

Seaboard Railway. Later on they

will visit Tallahassee, the former
home of the bride. Mrs. Williams will
be greatly missed by her young
friends in Citra, but. all. wish for the
young couple every success in life.
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v Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
U.S. Wesson, IL P.
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Picnic Butts
Sliced Breakfast Bacon
Smoked Bacon
Clover Bloom Butter Apples
Fleischmann's Yeast
Celery 'Cabbage
Fresh Milk and Buttermilk

that they contemplate-spending most
of the winter at their home here in instead
stead instead of at Lake Weir, where they
have practically made their home for
the past several years.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in.; Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

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If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
TJrs. E. G. Lindner and two chil children
dren children and JJis3 Ilhoda Ilhody have re returned
turned returned home from a several weeks'
stay at Daytona Beach.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every Every-thir.
thir. Every-thir. we sell is graranteed. We're
Cshtir for QUALITY not prices. If
llrs. Harley Marsh left yesterday
afternoon for Zolfo Springs, to be the
guest for the next few weeks of her
sister-in-law,' Mrs. Skipper.
.Cur'stod; at freib secSs for fall
pk.ntir.2 is now in. Ocala Seed

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Eeuchler and
the latter's sister 'and Miss Elizabeth
Davis and Mr. Eruce Meffert return returned
ed returned yesterday afternoon from Arcadia,

I where they went to bid good-bye to

LLieut. and Mrs. Bobzien, who leave

shortly for Honolulu to make their
home. '

Store.

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Mrs.- Curtis Rorebeck and little son
have" arrived from Cayo Mambi,
Cuba, to stey until Christmas with
her parents," tlx: ar.d Mrs. E. K. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, No. Ill Ilyda Park Place. Tam-

- Enitary paper cups "used -for all
dri&ks at Gerig's Drug Store. '20-tf

The council didn't pass the ordi ordinance,
nance, ordinance, but we put in the individual
service. Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf

Mr. C. M. Lowrv of Jjicksonville.

representative for the Bacon-Eyerson
Co., state distributors for the Hud Hudson
son Hudson and Essex automobile, is in the

city for a few days. Mr. Lowry is
eroinar over the Murahv Mnt.nf fnm.

pany's district demonstrating a very
classy gold star car. which' promises
to -prove very popular.

Meet me' at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinnerfamily style. Be3t dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer re returned
turned returned yesterday afternoon from a
pleasant summer' vacation "spent in
the state of New York. Their many
friends will learn with much pleasure

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Dr. Roy Fuller,, who has been in

the city over two months assisting

his father; Dr. E. D. Fuller in his
dental practice, has been, joined by his
wife"' and two children. They will

spend the winter here and their

friends hope they will decide to re remain
main remain permanently. They are, comfor comfortably
tably comfortably located at the home of Mrs,
Long on Washington street.
THE ARMS HOUSE
WILL OPEN FRIDAY

Mrs. Carrie Arms will open her
boarding house Friday mornine- for

breakfast, after being closed for three
months. This will be pleasant news

to her many guests and as usual her
house will be filled to capacity. .
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. : 29-tf

RALLY DAY AT THE

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The Presbyterian Sundav school

will have a rally day on Sundav. Oct.

3rd, and it is hoped that every scholar

will be there.

Not only the scholars, but all their

kin-folks', their friends and all others

who may not be affiliated with anv

other Sunday school.

They expect to make this one of

the best rally days that the church

has ever had. ;

Don't forget the date. Sundav. Oct.

3rd, 1920. Services begin at 9:45 a.
in. sharp.

Don't fail to visit the. nnsrnnbs

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

ignung lor QUALITY not prices, tf
. LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, Sept. 28. Mrs. J." G.

Spurlin arrived home Saturday eve-i

ning after spending several months in

Waynesville- and other points in North

Carolina. ...

Mrs. T. J. Titcomb and two Grand

children of Dunnellon, have returned

to their home after erivinsr ut the

Spurlin cottage which they had rent-

ea wniie Mrs. ; Spurlin was m the
mountains.

Mr. "Warren Russell returned from

the west a few days ago on a sick
call from his mother, who was "quite

HI but her many friends and neigh

bors are glad to know she is now on

the road to recovery.

Mrs. Baker and children have crone

to St. Petersburg, their old home, to

cuiioren enter tne puoac

sccooi lor the present term. Mr.
Baker will remain here in the emnlov

of the sand company. v

Mrs. J. H. Nolanv and interesting
little daughter concluded their visit

to llrs. Nolan's cousin, Mrs. R. L.

Martin last .Wednesday and. after vis visiting
iting visiting a few days in Ocala will meet
Mr. Nolan in Columbia. S. C where

he has accepted a call to one of the

largest churches in the cityv
Mr. W. J. Westover has part of the
lumber on the ground to add four
rooms and a large piazza to his cot cottage,
tage, cottage, which he now occupies.
Messrs. Joe and Woodward Yongue
gave a house warming ball at the
new hall over their store building Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night to all of Oklawaha and
vicinity. The strolling minstrels fur furnished
nished furnished the .music and will also play
for a dance to be given at the club
house at Eastlake Tuesday night.
Miss Rogers of Eastlake has a lit little
tle little private school at her home as the

public school at Oklaaraha is too far
for the children to- attend,' the dis distance
tance distance being over two miles.
Miss Miriam Connor left last week
to enter Stetson University at De De-Land,
Land, De-Land, changing her plans about go going
ing going to Tallahassee on account of the
crowded condition of the Woman's
College. -
Mrs. F. P. Herr, after a three
months' trip to Iowa, Maryland: and
Pennsylvania, will return home thi3
week to relieve Dr. Herr of the great
burden of keeping bachelor's hall
since his return a month ago.
FAIRFIELD

Fairfield, Sept. 28 A box supper
was given at the school house last
Friday night for the benefit of the
school. The boxes sold well and a
neat sum was realized, about $60.-
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mack, also Mrs.
Allie Yoague and children were the
guests of Mr. H. H. Smith and family
at their home at Martin last Satur

day night and Sunday. They went to

make the acquaintance- of their little
granddaughter and niece, little Lau Laurie
rie Laurie Mack, Smith.
There will be services at the M. E.
church Sunday evening. Evervone in

vited to attend. v W

Dr. Daly and another gentleman
whose name the writer did not learn,
of Micanopy, were callers in our burg
Sunday.
Mr. Cecil Thigpen left last week
for Sutherland, where he is attend attending
ing attending school. t V
Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
U BLITCHTON

Blitchton, Sept. 28'. The farmers
are busy cutting hay, digging pea peanuts
nuts peanuts and dipping their cattle this
week. s
Mr. James Sanders, who has been
sick for several days, returned to-his
work at Irvine today.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis Mrs. Sue
Mclver, Miss Mamie Fant and Mr.
John Triplett of Irvine were Sunday
callers. ; '. ,.; .- ;
Messrs. Monroe Freyermuth and
Raymond Sanders spent Sunday at
Newberry.
A number of our people attended
services at Fellowship Sunday.
Messrs. Rae and Brooks' of Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship were guying beef cattle here last
week.
B. C. Blitch Jr. is on the sick list
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant visited
Morriston SundayT

S10PPMG ATTilE U-SRIv

Doing your grocery buying here is just as easy
as falling off oi a log.
When you enter (to your right) take a basket.
; You will find them right before you.
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, At a glance you-can see where the different
classes of goods are locateU First comes the
glass goods, such as jams, jellies, preserves,
pickles, olives, catsups, sauces, etc. Then comes
the canned fruits, vegetables, meats, soups, milk,
cream and so on.
You will see that all glass and canned goods
. are on one side of the store, while the package
goods are on the other side." v
" When you buy here, you can take your time.
You soon learn where the goods are, and you
will find it a pleasure to do your own selecting.
No clerks to trouble you to tell you that this
is good or this is better. You are the boss.
You don't as much as have to ask the price.
V-Best of allYOU SAVE There is no use
talking, our prices are ROCK BOTTOM. Take
it day in and. day out, you can't beat us on
, prices. Our store is in a class to itself. Ve
are not competitors of service stores. People
who want to run accounts and have their goods
delivered, will always patronize service stores;
; therefore, the service store will always : be
with us.
A FEW POINTS IN SHOPPING :
Don't fail to get a basket.
Don't go to the cashier's counter until your
order is complete.
Don't be afraid to ask questions. We are
here to answer them for you.
Don't cause confusion by going back after
you have been checked out. If you are
waiting for some one, please wait for them
at the front.
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To an unusual extent, business men
have, come to depend upon the Essex
Roadster as an important part of their
business system. v
They choose it for utility and fast, re reliable
liable reliable transit. Service of this sort is far
more exacting than any requirements
made of a car chiefly for pleasure and
recreation. The Essex Roadster has
exceptionally commodious carrying ar arrangements
rangements arrangements in the rear deck.
Absence from commission on account
of repair needs is not excusable in a
business car. It must be on the job;
keep all engagements on time and be as
responsible as ae engineer's watch.
Chiefly it is performance that sets
Essex apart.-Consider that no car ever
equalled its 50-hour endurance record
of 3,037 miles.
And the feat of the Essex in 4 times

breaking the transcontinerilai record
between New York and San Francisco
is accepted as the greatest endurance
proof of all times.
The fastest Essex time was 4 days,
14 hrs. 43 min., beating the former rec record
ord record by 12 hrs., 48 min.,. and; the aver average
age average for all four Essex cars was 4 days,
21 hours, 32 minutes.
And to these add the nundreds of
records of assorts. Essex set in a'single
week of nation-wide contest, using many
owner cais, some of which had already
seen above 35,000 miles of service.
Among them it made a new world 24 24-hour
hour 24-hour dirt track mark travelling 1,201
miles. :
Do these proofs leave any question
unanswered about the ability of Ec.:ex
to meet the most severe demands in
business use or for pleasure?

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Temperature this morning, C9; this
afternoon, 81.

Mr. II. T. Hall of Lowell wa3 a vis visitor
itor visitor to the city today.
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.

Mr. E. C. J. Dickens of Lake City
was a welcome visitor- in the city yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Drake and son

have returned home from their visit
at Ilendersonville, N. C.

Don't miss this, a Nabisco Sundae,
at the Court Pharmacy. 29-3t
Mr. V. C. Guthrie, judge of the
juvenile court of Jacksonville, was a
visitor to the city Monday.

Registration office opens again to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Ladies, go and give in your
names. Three days of this week and
three days of next will be all the time
you will have.

Fruit sundaes of all kinds are serv served
ed served at the Court Pharmacy. 29-St

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durahd1 and
daughters of Yalaha, spent yesterday
in town with relatives. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Williams and
Mrs. Godfrey.
Scrip dance tonight over Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank. Everybody invited. It
' Ball game booked for; this after afternoon
noon afternoon was called off, on account of
High Springs being unable to come
over. They will.be here .tomorrow,
however, and one of the best games
of the season will r result.

Our ice cream sodas are. the best
in the city. Court Pharmacy. 29-3t

Mr. Phillip G. Murphy left for
Jacksonville this afternoon to see his
wife safe aboard the Apache, which
sails for New York tomorrow after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, :,' ': --'-.'-'

Drink at our fountain, the most
sanitary in the city. Our glasses are
alwavs clean. Court Pharmacv. 29?2t

Mr, J ack Camp returned last week
from his summer vacation spent in
Asheville. Mr. Camp will return to
Asheville about the middle of Octobei
and accompany his wife and son,
Clarence home in the car.

Scrip dance tonight over Commer Commercial,
cial, Commercial, Bank. Everybody invited.. It

Master Odess Ilogan, the Star's
faithful and bright carrier for the
fourth ward, is quite sick at his home.
He is very much missed at the Star
office and the whole force hopes he
vill soon be able to return to" his work
and school studies.

Mr. Reese Floyd was considerably
hurt this noon when he cranked his
car. The car must have been jn gear,
for before he could get from in front
of it the car carried him several feet
and threw him with considerable force
against a tree. It is sincerely hoped
by his many friends tthat his in injuries
juries injuries will not prove of a serious nature.

There was a big mistake in B. Gold Goldman's
man's Goldman's advertisement in yesterday's
Star. It said "8-inch Peperelle." in instead
stead instead of "80-inch Pepperelle." How However,
ever, However, Mr. Goldman lost no trade,' for,
he said, the people came in and

bought just the same, knowing that
any mistake would be made good.

Scrip dance tonight over Commer

cial Bank.. Everybody invited. It

CAPTURED A POCKET STILL

Asheville, N. C., Sept. 29 -A pocket

still is the latest device captured by

federal prohibition officers. Agents

working out of the local office recent

ly captured such a miniature still

near Saluda. The whole outfit was

so small the officers put it in their
pockets and brought it to the city for
exhibition purposes. The officers

called it a' parlor still. It is of about

one table-glass capacity and manu manufactured
factured manufactured an article for home con consumption.
sumption. consumption. It was said by officers that
the still was complete to the smallest

detail.

NO LOVE FOR NIPPON

Expressed at the American Legion
Meeting in Cleveland -. -

Cleveland, Sept. 29. At today's
session of the American Legion con convention,
vention, convention, the report of the American American-ism
ism American-ism committee -recommending cancel cancellation
lation cancellation of the so-called gentleman's

agreement with Japan, the exclusion

of picture brides .and rigorous exclu

sion.of Japanese immigrants was

adopted.

What have you to sell or trade?

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Do you realize that Goodyear Tires
are priced no higher today than in
1910 and that their mileage actually
costs less than it did a decade ago?
During this period Goodyear has been
able steadily to increase the amount
of mileage built into its tires and,
consequently, the cost of Goodyear
mileage has actually declined.
In no part of the Goodyear line has
this decline been more marked than
in the present 30 x 3-, 30 x 3V2 and
31 x'4-inch sires of Goodyear Tires,
made especially for small cars
If you own a Ford, Chevrolet. Dort

Maxwell or other car taking these I

sizes, f'o to vour nearest Service Sta- S

tion for them get the unusual value

contained m their construction and
delivered in their mileage. -

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Double-ure Fabric,- J 50
All -Weather Tread ZZj

30 x 3V Goodyear
Single -Cure Fabric,
Anti Skid Tread

$2152

Goodyear Kc&vy Tourist Tubes cost no
more than the price you are asked to pay
for tubes of less merit why rLk costly
casings when such sure prateo
tion is available ? 30 x Vi siie s A3 U

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!

Worry Takes Off
Flesh Faster Than
Nature Can Pat

It On

The lives of most women are
full of worry. Lien's troubles are
bad enough, but women's are
worse. Worry makes women sick.
It pull3 them down, and in their
weakened condition they are sub subject
ject subject to all the pains, aches, weak weaknesses
nesses weaknesses that are peculiar to the sex.
Most women neglect their
health, and for this neglect they
pay the penalty. If a woman asks
her neighbors she finds that Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
benefits a woman's whole system.
All druggists." Fluid or tablet form.
Columbus, GA.-TJoctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription did me a
- world of good.
-"TJ I was suffering
. f f rfcs f with inward.

r -xi weakness and

it caused me

to be extremely

My

arid.

severe

my

rest-

Y less and could

I was greatly in netd of help so
decided to try the. 'Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription and it vva ust excellent
in restoring me to health. It made
me feel like a current person."
Mrs. Vivian Grr::. -;U1 iiSth St.

i I nervous.

1 back ached

y rTrs 1 had

ifV. pains in

Cv-v 1 f tide. I was

Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. . IV 29-tf

NOTICE OF SPECIAL

STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING

-Notice is hereby given that a spec

al meeting of the stockholders of the

Citizens Investment Company of

Ocala, will be held in the oflice of
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 of said meeting is to determine
whether or. not the capital stock of
the company shall be increased to

Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) or
any other sum which may be legally

voted. ;v,v:'; -. .- -

Done by order of the president, this

September 21st, 1920.
9-22-wed Baxter Cam, Sec'yv

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. .Every-

hinsr we sell lis cruaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

FORT KING

Fort King, Sept. 29. Mrs. W. J.

Young returned Saturday from Eus Eus-tis,
tis, Eus-tis, where she has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. J. A. Getford for the

past three weeks.

Mr. and Mrsi E.' V.1 Mullendore and

children returned last Sunday from

Indianapolis, Ind., where 1 they spent

the last six weeks visiting relatives.

Mr. Clarence Cork of Orange Lake

spent the week-end with his sister,
Mrs. C. L. Young.

The sewing circle was held at the

home of Mrs. C. L. Young last week.

Mr. and Mrs..H. E. Cook have mov

ed to North Ocala, where they will

make their, home. We regret very
much to lose these good people.

Mr. J. W. Coshow has returned

from a short business trip to Mis

souri. He was accompanied home by

his daughter, Mrs. Baird and two chil

dren.":;,

George, Johnnie and Rudolph
Reeves were visiting friends here last
Sunday. v v
Mrs. Cleo Anderson of Tampa, was
visiting friends here last week.
W. K. Lane, M.. UM Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nos and
Throat. OI5c over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf.
NOTICE

1 eirrpie ti2e:

One Klrfal

Thursday, Sept 30

!r jsib y f mm f

iScaiSalc'Eiirfi Monday

fViccs s5c- and $1.65

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A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocaln, Florida

ACCIDENT1 AUTOMOBILE

VANTZD, LOST. FOUND, FCC;
- SALE. FOTl RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six tinis
75c.; one month, Z.- 'Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. FOPw' SALE Doctor's olT'cc equip equipment
ment equipment ard furniture, cheap for cash.
Also gas rane in perfect condition.
. .'Mahogra r.y wardrobe, hat rack, oil
stoe, oak washstand with mirrpr.
Phone 515, or call at 730 E. Third Third-St.
St. Third-St. : 27-6t
WANTED Four, first class orange
packers, lo:ns season, top prices.
Expenses paid during layoff. Write
at once, R. T. Morris, Fort Ogden,
Fla. .... 18-101

LARGE Sweet guavus, $2 per ?ix
basket crate, f. o, b., cash ..''.with
order. T. B. Snook, ' Weirsdale,
Fla. lG-tf
WOOD W7hen you want wood, phone
5GG; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, Proprietor. 21-14t
FOR SALE Small line of good drugs
suitable for a doctor who dispenses
drugs. Apply to C. R. Veal, ad

ministrator for the estate of WV R.

J

..-.,.' -' ,.
In Accents RflEfi
We Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
, Headquarters for tis
community and we want
to Wlilsjier Sollly in your
ear that we Goaraslee
; Satisfaction.
Oils, Gas and Accessories to.
mmm mm.
- Phcac.78
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK

O. Veal, M. D.

29-Ct

FOR RENT Attractive four-room,
fumi?hed ftpartment with shower
bath and all other modern improve improvements.
ments. improvements. Call at 733 East Adams St.,
or at Rogers-Wilson Realty Co.' for
information., i 21-6t
FOR SALE One team of mules with
wagon and .harness. First class con condition.
dition. condition. Apply to L. J. Dankwertz,

Route A Summerfield, Fla. 21-Ct

CONTRACTOR
Anv thins in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering:
PHONE S2G, OCALA

HELPFUL WORDS

9

( Successors to Gates Garage)

Fiiti Jlite of' CScoiiyear 7ires::aiid-,Tebe

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In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju
. dicial Circuit of Florida. Marion
County, to-wit: "-
To the Florida National Land Com Company
pany Company and Van C. Swearingen,
Attorney General for the State of
Florida:
You are hereby -notified that
Charles S. Painter, Charles J. Jones
and Jtfabel G. Jones have filed their
petition in this court, setting forth
the fact that they are owners of all
of the capital stock of the Florida
National Land Company, and that

said company desires to close its con concerns
cerns concerns and have a dissolution of its
charter.
You are therefore notified that th
court will consider the 'said applica application
tion application for dissolution on the
28th day of October, 1920,
at ten o'clock a. m., andf you are
hereby required to show cause, if any
you have, why the prayer of said pe petition
tition petition should not be granted and the
said Florida National Lard Company
duly dissolved.
Further ordered that this order be
published once a week for two suc

cessive weeks in the Ocala. Star, a
rewspaper published in Marion coun county.
ty. county. Z :'"...'
Done and ordered at Ocala, Florida,
September 27, 1920. ;
29-2t-wed W. S. Bullock,
Judge of the Circuit 'Court.
See me quick, if you want to buy a
nicely located, modern seven-room
house. S. S. Savage Jr.. 23-4t

r.YouH profit by reading the ads in

From an Ocala Citizen
v Is your back lame and painful?
Does it ache, especially after exer exertion?
tion? exertion?

Is there a soreness in the kidney
region?
These symptoms suggest weak kid

neys.

If so there is danger in delay.
Weak kidneys get weaker fast.

Give your trouble prompt attention.

Doan's Kidney Fills are lor weaic
kidnevs.

- Your neighbors use and recommend

them. -Ask
your jieighbor!
Read this Ocala testimony.
John -Dozier, 322 Oklawaha Ave

Ocala, says: "It: is some years since
I have had any occasion to use
Doan's Kidney Pills, but I remember

that they were of benefit to me.

sincerely recommend the use of

Doan a to anyone suffering with
symptoms of kidney disorder, such as

weak and painful back, kidney irreg

ularities and a run-down feeling. I

consider Doan's a most meritorious

medicine for kidney ailments."

Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply, ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that

Mr. Dozier had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 5S.'

LOST One pair man's pants from

car. binder return to this ofnee
and receive reward. 27-

FOR RENT Three room unfurnish

ed apartment, with bath; modern;
close in. Apply to "B," in care of
the Star. f 27-3t
LOST Ingersoll Jr. watch with in initial
itial initial "G" on fob. George F. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, owner. Leave at Star cfT.ce. 3t
FOR RENT Desirable single rooms,
or rooms for light housekeeping.
Apply to 103 Fort King ave. 27-Ct.
FOR SALE--My home, corner of Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue and Anthony road.
Large house with all conveniences.
Easily converted into four Email or

two large apartments. Mrs. S. A.

Standley.

23-Ci

f

I For all Classes ci
t Sf ons,; Brlclc, Wood
I .and Concrete -I
- Building! V

, Contrscfcr
I Phone 4!G. 72B Wencsa St.

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FonersI Dlrccfors u Izibzl:zzrs
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses.- Grey Hearse fcr White
People Only.
Phones 555 a:3d 225. Open All Night.
OCALA, FLORIDA

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Mickey say3:. "If your business
isn't worth' advertising, advertise it
for sale

STAR ESSEX IN OCALA

Ir. C. W. Lowery, representing the

Hudson and Essex automobiles in the
state of Florida, is touring the state
with an Essex automobile beautifully
decorated, with star, each star having
inscribed upon it some important re record.
cord. record. Mr. Sumner of the Murphy
Motor Company has "accompanied Mr.
Lowery on a tour of Marion. Citrus
and Sumter counties. Everybody has
shown a great, deal of interest in this
particular car as well as in all Essex
cars. The Murphy Motor Company
keeps on hand new Ef sex cars in
all models, touring car, roadster and
sedan.

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DISABLl

-WE ARE 'Ti EVER TOO COSY
To give your Shoe Repairing Prompt
attention. We can serve you while
you wait if desired with the famous
Goodyear Wel't System of repairing.
We call for ;md deliver work free.
SHOE SHINE- SERVICE
Every -Day Including Sunday
CcalaEeclricSIicsSIiDp
114 S. Magnolia St.
Phone 143. OCALA. FLA.
;.'L.- iiLlEXiilJDSr
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates mala en all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
.Advertise !rt the Star.

every day a Star.

Get the haLit of reading Use adj.



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