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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Friday, much cooler tonight.

: OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1)20
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Tomorrow ; is "Post Card Day Thru-
out the State of Florida; Don't
Fail to Observe It

It's Unsettled Condition is Destroy Destroying
ing Destroying Its Credit with Elg Busi Business
ness Business in America

Tomorrow is "Post Card Day" thru-

out Florida. It will open the tourist
season of 1920-21.. Tourist tickets to
Florida, good '"until May 31, 1921, be become
come become effective tomorrow on all rail railroads.
roads. railroads. Prepare to mail your share
of post cards to your friends, invit inviting
ing inviting them to come to Florida for the
Winter, to escape the cold blasts, to
tret out into the sunshine and great

open spaces, in a land where, accord according
ing according to government statistics, the cost
of living is lowest in the United
States.
Send your friends on tomorrow
post card3 that picture the beauties
of Florida, Do not send cards pic picturing
turing picturing alligators, rattlesnakes, bar

ren wastes of land, swamps and the
like. Send views of beautiful homes

with beautif ul settings, '. pictures' of
good roads, flowers, oranges, fine
farm scenes. It is estimated that
hundreds of thousands of these cards
will be sent tomorrow from all sec sections
tions sections of the state. Do not let this
section be neglected.
Feature Silver Springs. Call youi
friends' attention to the fact that
Silver Springs are the largest springs
in the United States, and probably in
the world. The records of the United

Mates etiological Survey show that
Silver Springs are the largest in this
country. The survey has no record of

foreign springs,' and such world in institutions
stitutions institutions as the National eGographic

Society, the American Museum of

Natural History, the Royal Geogra
phical Society of London, the Geo

graphic Board of Canada, have no in information
formation information concerning foreign springs.

The probability, therefore, ; is thi

Silver Springs have no equal. Fa

mous travelers have declared that in

their beauty they are unsurpassed.

New residents of Florida, write

post cards home and correct some of

the .many strangely preconceived

ideas of Florida. s

(Associated Press)
Leghorn. Italy, Sept. SO. Alarm is

felt here of the reported action of

American firms in ref using to ship

coal here because of the revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary movement throughout Italy. The
situation was aggravated by the seiz

ure of several steamers by the feder federation
ation federation of seamen and shippers refuse
to trust goods to Italian ships.
ABOUT THE .SAME AS BANK

ROBBERY
London, Sept. 30. Bank employes

of Italy have started a movement to

secure control of the financial rnsti-

utions of that country, according to

news dispatches received here.

'ROVE THEIR FAITH
BY THEIR WORKS

WILL GO BACK TO WALKING

People Buying So Few Cars that they

Cause Reduction of Force of
a Big Auto Plant

Associated! Press)

. Toledo, Sept. 30. A falling off in

the demand for automobiles through

out the country has resulted in a re reduction
duction reduction of the number of employes of
the Willys-Overland Company plant
her from 14,000 to 2000. The plant
may close entirely for a while", it is

announced.

NUMBER OF WOMEN

1 ELIGIBLE TO VOTE

McSweeny is Proving to the World

that It Doesn't Have to Spend Its
Money on Bread arid Meat

(Associated Press)
London, Sept. 30 .Lord Mayor Mc McSweeny
Sweeny McSweeny began the forty-ninth day of
his hunger strike today much re refreshed
freshed refreshed after a night's sleep, it was
announced. The prison physician said
his condition was .virtually unchang unchanged.

Fire on the Water Front this Morning
Destroyed Property Worth
Millions i

THEY HAVE A PARDONING
BOARD AT WASHINGTON

To the Democrats of the South:

The success of the democratic tick

et in the November election will de

pend largely on the amount of money

subscribed by southern democrats to
the national campaign fund.

Let me appeal to every democrat

in the South to make a contribution
to this fund, which will be used in the

words of Governor James M. Cox, "To

fight an honest battle."

All moneys ; contributed will be

used for legitimate purposes in pre

senting democratic policies to the
voters in doubtful states.

The South owes its industrial and

economical freedom to the Federal

Reserve Bank. In the event of re

publican success every effort wil no
doubt be made to wreck the efficiency

of this great institution.

Let me appeal just as strongly as

possible to every man and every

women in the democratic party in the

southern states to get actively behind
the movement to collect funds for the

fight. Joe Sparks,

Resident Treasurer, Democratic Na

tional Committee, Columbia, S. C.
WOMEN VOTERS BiEETING

(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 30 Frank "Hard "Hard-boiled"
boiled" "Hard-boiled" Smith, an army lieutenant,
convicted by courtmartial of brutal
treatment of prisoners in France, was
paroled from Fort Jay prisoli March
2Cth after he had Served only half of
his 18-months sentence, it developed
today. The order for Smith's release

was ; issued in Washington. and ap approved
proved approved by Secretary Baker.
GOOD BEHAVIOR WAS SWIFT
Washington, Sept. 30.-It was an announced
nounced announced at the war department today
that Lieut. Smith's sentence was re reduced
duced reduced because of good behavior, and
this had expired.

A REIGN OF TERROR

To

be Inaugurated by -Industrial
Workers in the West

"Washington, Sept. 29. Figures
compiled by the census bureau and

other governmental departments in

dicate that the number of women in
the United States over 21 years of age

is 28,035,000 of whom approximately

v:o,oUU,uuu are engiDie to vote m wie
November election. This estimate

makes a liberal allowance for alien

women, American women married to

aliens and other' ineligible, f-

Exact figures are not available on
the number of women over 21 barred

from voting through various reasons

Census bureau officials believe, how however,
ever, however, that this year at least 1,000,000
of the 5,250,000 foreign-born women
in the United States will not yet have
become naturalized. In,-addition there
were in 1910, according to the cen census
sus census about 60,000 Indian women most
' of whom were living on reservations,
8C07 Chinese and Japanese women in ineligible
eligible ineligible to vote, a comparatively small
number of American women married
to aliens and barred from voting for
that reason and a larger number de deprived
prived deprived of the ballot under state -statutes
in harmony with constitutional
provisions. The total of ;, these m m-eligibles
eligibles m-eligibles was estimated at about 1,-
500,000. y i ; )----ty
CARD OF THANKS

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

tion committee of the Woman's 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

ficulty in carrying all who desire
transportation. Please notify the
the chairman of the committee, Mrs.
W. T. Gary, or the president of the
club, Mrs.; H. C. Dozier.

The meetings has been arranged for
this hour and place so that t&ose de desiring
siring desiring to register may conveniently
do so.

, : .. (Associated Press)
Tacoma, Wash., Sept. 30. The au authorities
thorities authorities have been informed that
Industrial Workers of the World are

planning the inauguration of a reign

ot terror m the northwest within the
next twenty days.
TOBACCO. GROWERS SAY

MORRISON HAD PIPE DREAM

(Associated 'Preaa) -'
Galveston,, Sept. 30,-Fii e on the
water front this morning destroyed
two big merchandise piers, destroyed
or damaged a number of steamers as
well as a large amount of cotton and
ether commodities. The damage will
run into the millions.
WARNING UNHEEDED
Fire Chief Ryan yesterday received
a letter from Canada .warning him
that Galveston would be destroyed.

The letter was regarded" as the work
of a crank.

JAMES HALL KNOWS

- WHERE MONEY GROWS

New Force Established by Tretzky
at Lida Sustains a

Severe Defeat

(Associated Press) f
WTarsaw, Sept. 30. The capture of

the city of Lida and further smash smash-in
in smash-in gof the bolsheviki armies is report

ed in the Polish official statement re received
ceived received today. Leon Trotzky recently
was reported tG have established a
new army of 90,000 men at Lida,
from .which city he intended to start
a new offensive against the Poles.

COX IS TALKING
V TO THE KANSANS

Mr. James Hall, representing the

E. A. Strout Farm Agency, with of

fices at the Florida House, has sold

the following properties ; during the

last few weeks:

C. A. Haymaker, Anthony, to Chas.

It. Trotter, Dayton, Tenn.: A. M

Bushong, Anthony, to E. M. Stanton,
Ozona; Grover- McMulIen, Ocala, to
B. L. Jordan, Pensacola; J. H, Mor Morrison,
rison, Morrison, Oklawaha to J. F. Hornbeck,
Danville, Ga.; H. T. Hall, Lowell, to
Mr. Green, Ocala; W. A'. Furr, Ocala,
Route "A, to W. T. Beam, Dawson,
Ga.; Mrs. Mary Martin, Citra, to
Mr. Clarkson, S. C; F. ; M. Vinton,
Martin, to II. G. Luther, Birmingham.
City homes: Mr. t McKay to Mr.
Simmons; Mr. Morris to Mr. Mead Meadows;
ows; Meadows; "i- Mr. Washburne to Mr. Stiley;
Mr. McGahagin to Mr. Ausley; Mr.
Hall. to Mr. Kimmell. ;

COLD WEATHER TONIGHT

AND TOMORROW

Danville, Va., Sept. 30. Members
ox the Tobacco Growers Association
of Virginia denied today that the to tobacco
bacco tobacco growers of the Danville district
had sought affiliation with the Amer American
ican American Federation of Labor as announc announced
ed announced yesterday by Secretary Morrison.
,
t NOTICE

NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACIIEHS

1 We wish to thank the good, people
of the community for their kindness
during the recent illness and death of
ou r beloved husband and ; brother,
and most especially for the beautiful
ficral offerings placed upon his grave.
Mrs. Lucile Sutherland,
Brothers and Sisters.

I have four or five county schools

yet un supplied 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

formation. If you have no certificate

and desire to teach, I think I can ar

range for you to do so. Call office

phone 141 or residence phone 191 or

I will be glad to see you at my office.

29-6tdly-ltwky W. D. Cam. Supt.

WIGGLING AND WABBLING

All state and county licenses due
October 1st, 1920. Any. one doing
business without .license after this

date subject to double tax.

7 W. W. Stripling,

30 : Tax, Collator.

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Hutchison, Kans., Sept. 30. Kan Kansas
sas Kansas "continue dto be Governor Cox's
campaigning ground today, with the
League of Nations his foremost bat battle
tle battle slogan. Besides speeches' here and
at Newton and Wichita, he expected
to make a number of rear platform
talks. Replying to. a question, the
governor said he would have voted
dry in the Senate under the same cir

cumstances Senator Harding did.

PREDICTS REDUCTION

IN GASOLINE PRICES
Denver, Colo., Sept. 30. The price
of gasoline will soon follow other

commodities and decline in price, ac

cording to W. H. Barber, of Minne

apolis. Barber is piesident of the W.

H. Barber Company, maks of oil pro

ducts,.;5 I :' .".
"The price of gasoline is too high,

Barber declared. "Millions of dollars
are being spent to construct plants to

manufacture by-products of petro petroleum.
leum. petroleum. These plants will create a sur

plus and you can expect prices to

drop." '

Forty-Eight Sufferers at the Leper

Colony at Kalihi., Show Marked
Improvement

(Associated Press) WILL INVADE THE

Washington, Sept. 30 Cool weath-l WEST NEXT WEEK

er throughout the gulf, south and

middle Atlantic states tonight and to tomorrow'
morrow' tomorrow' with probably frost in West

Virginia and Tennessee and part of
Georgia, is the forecast today by .the
weather bureau. The bureau said
the tropical storm yesterday over the

gulf had reached the Florida coast

near Apalachicola, was moving north
and probably would unite with the
storm now forming off the Virginia
coast. Storm warnings are general
from main to the gulf coast.

Sanitary paper cups used for all
drinks at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf

(Associated Press)
Marion, Ohio, Sept. 30. Senator
Harding was back J at work at his
home today after his trip through
Pennsylvania,, Maryland, West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia and Kentucky, where he made
twenty speeches in three days. The
candidate conferred today with Sen Senator
ator Senator Fall on the Mexican situation.
Senator Harding begins his next
speaking tour October 6th, when he
starts his swing in the middle west.

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DODGES WON'T COME DOVN

Mr. Mack Taylor of the Auto
Sales Co., received the following tele telegram
gram telegram thsi morning:
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 30.
Auto Sales Co., Ocala, Fla.:
Dodge Brothers' policy has ever
been to give true value for the price
asked. There will be no reduction in
present price of Dodge Brothers' cars.
Newspaper reports to the contrary
are absolutely untrue.
20-lt Dodge Brothers.

Senator Harding has .wiggled and

wabbled eight times on the League

of Nations question, says Governor

Cox.
1. He voted with the mild reserva reserva-tionists.
tionists. reserva-tionists. '
2. Advocated the Lodge reserva reservations.
tions. reservations.
3. Voted for the Knox resolution
for a separate peace with Germany.
4. Accepted the republican plat platform,
form, platform, whichd eclares that the League
of Nations has signally failed.
5. Proposed a separate peace with
Germany and the "scrapping" of the
League of Nations.
6. Advocated the restoration of
the dead Hague tribunal.
1: Says the League of Nations has
passed beyond the possibility of res

toration and has been abandoned by
Europe.

-8, 'States that "amendment or re

vision or reconstruction" of the
league is still among the possibilities.

ine republican nominee has a drf

ficult feat to perform. To ride into

the presidency on the shoulders of

Johnson, and Borah and Lodge, and

Penrose, and Taft, and W'ickersham,
and Rockefeller and Hoover requires

that he ride eight horses at once.

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(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. SO. Leprosy, a

scourge of humanity since early his history,
tory, history, apparently has been conquered
by officers of the United States Health

Service in the leper colony at Kahhi,

Hawaii. Forty-eig;ht sufferers of the
dreaded malady, vrho have been sub subjected
jected subjected to a new method of treatment,

have recovered to such extent as to
warrant their release son parole and,

after a year, not one has shown a
symptom of recuirrence.

As yet, no announcement of a
Voire" has been made officially for
some of the government 'medical ex experts
perts experts are frankly skeptical of the re results.
sults. results. It' may be years befcre an of official,
ficial, official, and final opinion 'is given.
The limit of th official claim is set
forth in a joint report to the Public
Health Service m;ade by Dr. J. T. Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, director of the leprosy inves investigation
tigation investigation station and superintending
physician to Kalihi hospital, and by
President A. L. Dean, of the Univer University
sity University of Hawaii, ,s folows:
"It has been sufficiently established
that chaulmoogrs; oil contains one or
more agents whioh exert a marked
therapeutic action in many cases of
leprosy. We can not say as yet that
the disease is cured, since we have no
test adequate to establish such a ver verdict.
dict. verdict. Whether )r not the apparent
cures are real smd permanent, it-is
evident that we have a valuable agent
at our disposal in the control of the
disease."
Chaulmoogra oil in its crude state
is no new drug for the treatment of

leprosy, but in its raw form it proved
so nauseating arid painful to patients

that it had to be temporarily discon

tinued. Science turned toward its de

rivatives and Drs. McDonald and
Dean report, "it was found that the

ethyl of the fa1:ty acids were thin,
fluid oils lending themselves readily

to mtremuscular injections and were
readily absorbed."
. Injection of the oil derivative by a
syringe has brought new hope to the
leper, for at Kalihi hospital "injection
day"; is described by the doctors' re report
port report as an occasion for merry-making
though of pain ful experience for the
sufferers. ; s
"The standard treatment," the re report
port report says, "now consists in weekly
injections of a preparation which con consists
sists consists of the mi:ted ethyl esters of the
acids of chaulmoogra oil with two per
cent of iodine in chemjeal combina combination.
tion. combination. The amount used starts at one
cubic centimeUn and is gradually in increased
creased increased to a maximum of, four or five
cubic centimeters for adults."
Accessory treatments of iodine lini liniment,
ment, liniment, ointments and sun baths are
employed as measures to improve the
general health and mental attitude
of the patientsu
Drs. McDonjId and Dean are of the
opinion that leprosy of the nerve type
as wTeil as the r.odular cases should

receive the new treatment. They re report
port report astonishing results with the

nerve cases.

"We believe -our remedies arrest
he disease 'they say regarding the

nerve case;!, "and prevent further de

struction of lands and fingers, even
when, as in long-standing cases,
normal function can not be fully restored.

"During the past year we have

done better than simply arrest the

destructive process; we have had the
great satisfaction of seeing marked
improvement in a considerable num

ber of these purely neraal cases, and
apparently a complete recoverv in

others. One -rouns man whn Mmo i

with a decidedly ataxic gait, unable
to raise his body on his toes and with

one hand so weak, and deformed that
he had been compelled to aharrfon

the use of the typewriter a vear be

fore entering, so far improved before

ri3 parole tnat his disability in walk

ing nad not only disapepared but he
became one Df the leading tennis
players and one of the, swiftest run runners
ners runners in the cbmpoirad.

A woman, with- all flneers .ib-orb-

ed to less than half their original
length, after a year's treatment be became
came became able 'to,, write, to sew and knit,

ana to exectit many movemnts and
functions, of which she had for years
been deprive L"
Regarding the virulent form of
leprosy, the doctors' report that "in
many cases the lesions disappear, ex except
cept except for scars and permanent in injuries,
juries, injuries, and the leprosy bacillus can
no ; longer he demonstrated."
,In the continental United States,
ther are 200' known sufferers of lep leprosy,
rosy, leprosy, but public health 'officials be believe
lieve believe that 10 times that number ex ex-if
if ex-if t, known only to the family doctor.
The Louisiana state leper hospital at
Carville has been bought by the
government and the public health
service plan 3 to enkrjre it so as to

(Concluded cn Fourth Fa;e)



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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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DEMOCRATIC DOLLARS

DOMESTIC SCUSCRIPTIOJr RATES
One year, in advance v'5-S2
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ADVERTISING RATES
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subsequent Insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without extra
composition charges. v
Legal advertisements U legal rates.

Our democratic fund seem3 less

lonesome every day. Ed. Bennett
came across with two of those good

eld silver dollars. ,that the daddies
used to love to roll. On the 8th and

9th of next Match Ed will have the

picture of Cox's inauguration, with
which he will delight the democratic

patrons of the Temple and cause the

republicans to grind their teeth.

Martin Luther Reynolds dug up a

dollar. Reynolds said he didn't know

where he was at but his dollar knew
where it was going to.
'"Jim Moorhead phoned that his wife
would give a dollar and, just to show
he was a better man that she is he
would give two. (This is going to
make Mrs. M. wrathy. when she sees
it.)
Just as we close this page, along
comes Tax Collector Stripling and
gives us a new paper dollar, bright

and clean enough to eat your dinner

on, if you had that much dinner.

Come along, folks, and chip in on
Cox's Tall Column. Following are

the
Donations to Date

R. E. Layton $ 1.00
J. D. McCaskill l.Ou
W. T. Gary 5.00

J, P. Phillips 5.00
J. H. Benjamin ........... . 5.00

J. R. Owens .'. . 1.00

COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY

Florida Democratic Presidential
Electors ,''-..
Martin Caraballo P. W. Corr
Charles E. Jones V; V. Knott
J. G. Sharon C. B. Wells

DEDICATION OF THE
SCHOOL AT OAK

. Next Tuesday, there will be an
event of considerable importance at
Oak, The Arlo Box Company, owner
and operator of the big mill there,
has built for the people a large and

good-looking schoolhouse, and on the
day named the said schoolhouse will
be dedicated. There will be not only
a big gathering of local people but
many visitors. Dr. Murphree, presi-
f dent of "the University of Florida, it
is hoped, will be present and deliver
an address; talks will also be made
, by II. G. Shealy, who will be super superintendent
intendent superintendent of schools for the next four
years, and Mr. C. W. Hunter, one of
our representatives in the next legis legislature.
lature. legislature. Superintendent Cam and
others of our leading men will be
present. Almost the entire Rotary
Club of Ocala will, be there, having
been invited by Mr. Frank Logan,
president of the Arlo Box Company
and one of the most swiftly turning
Eotarians in Ocala. There will be a
big, home-cooked dinner, and the
event will be most enjoyable as well
as instructive.

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R. A. Eurford ....
Mrs. R. "A. Burf ord
Miss Mary Burford
R. F. Rogers .....
Barney Spencer
Nathan Mayo

J. W. Hunter

Ocala. Banner
V. F. Yoeum
W. A. Knight
Cash ..
R. L. Martin
W. K Zewadski
G. S. Scott '. .
W. A. Wilds

Mrs. James H. Hill
E. C. Bennett
M.' L. Reynolds ....
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead
J. R. Moorhead ....

W. W. Stripling ...

Send or; give, money to any one of
the undersigned members of the
Ocala Finance Committee. All con contributions
tributions contributions noted in the Star.
J. IL Benjamin, Chairman.
L. II. Chazal, Secretary.
,W. T. Gary, Treasurer.
VOTE FOR BRUCE

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Again we desire to impress "on you,
ladies and gentlemen, the advisability
and desirability of voting for Bruce
Meffert for county commissioner.
AN EASY ONE

BUY OUR OWN BONDS

The bond issues of both city and
county, voted last spring in order to
rebuild streets and roads, have not
yet been sold. There have been al almost
most almost too many bond issues of late,
and the financial world wants to Wait
to assimilate those already on the
market before trying to take in any
more.
Way do not Ocala and ; Marion
county buy their own bonds? The
citizens of Ocala can easily buy their
50,000 worth of street bonds. And
we believe that the county could buy
its $560,000 worth of road bonds. In
1917-19 we put five big issues of lib liberty
erty liberty bonds over the top, beside large
sums for the Red Cross, the Salvation
Army and United War Work. If the
people of Marion county bought their
own bonds, they would keep about
$30,000 a year at home.
Think about it. We can do it if
we try.
It would be a big advertisement if
we pulled off this stunt.
THE WORLD'S SERIES

The World's Series will begin next
Monday in Brooklyn, and will be
played between the Brooklyn "Dodg "Dodgers,"
ers," "Dodgers," and, presumably,-the Cleveland
"Indians."
The Star will receive the result of
the -game every afternoon, but owing
to its being in the same time belt
with Brooklyn and Cleveland, will
hardly get the score in time to print
it in the paper. The result of the
games will be bulletined in front of
the Star office, and all are welcome to
come and see it.

If the city-manager plan is so uni universally
versally universally satisfactory, why is it that
city managers are so constantly

changing their fields of labor? Tam
pa Times.

One reason is that if they do good
work, the city council gets sore' and

fires them.

LEARN TO VOTE

The Star would advise our new vot

ers to be present at the courthouse

tomorrow afternoon, to take lessons
in voting. They will need instruc instruction,
tion, instruction, v Voting the long and compli complicated
cated complicated teket is not an easy task, but
it is easy to mark your ticket so you

will vote tor. the wrong candidate or

spoil it altogether. Remember, you

must depend on your memory. You
can't take any memorandum into the
booths with you.
REPUBLICAN SLUSH FUND

CAN'T SEE IT

It is charged that the two leading
papers for ex-soldiers, the Stars and
Stripes and the b American Legion
Weekly, have been bought by the two
big parties. We don't see much of
the. Stars and Stripes, but we read
almost every issue of the Legion
Weekly, and we have never seen any anything
thing anything partisan in it.
PETITION AGAINST A
PARDON FOR LANGFORD

Mr. B. C. Webb of Kendrick
brought to this office Wednesday a
copy of a petition to. the state pardon
board against a pardon for Langford."
The pardoning board meets Nov. 9-f0.
No good citizen will refuse to sign
the petition, and we have no doubt
that the sheets will be crowded full.

Governor Cox charged that the re republicans
publicans republicans planned to raise a great
campaign fund of $15,000,000, which
greatly exceeds all legitimate uses.
He exhibited as evidence a list of 51
cities with various quotas which to to-tolled
tolled to-tolled well over $8,000,000 although
these cities contain less than one one-fourth
fourth one-fourth of the population of. the United
States. Cleveland, Ohio, was given
a quota of .$400,000; Washington, D.
C, $50,000; Atlanta, Ga., $25,000;
Newark, N. J., I100,000; Cincinnati,
Ohio, $200,000.
Chairman Hays and Treasurer Up Up-ham
ham Up-ham of .the republican national com committee,
mittee, committee, denied that any quotas had
been fixed; they said they had pre prepared
pared prepared a budget of $3,000,000 or $4,-000,000.

ine senatorial investigation com committee,
mittee, committee, investigating campaign ex expenditures,
penditures, expenditures, has had before it many
witnesses, including Chairman Hays,
Treasurer Upham and Harry M.
Blair, the assistant to Treasurer Up-

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Thousands have planned to buy Hud Hudson
son Hudson and Essex cars this Fall. For five years
the Super Six has been the world's largest sell selling
ing selling fine car. In eighteen months Essex sales
made an unmatched record. What must now
be the demand for them at these bedrock
prices. But labor and material shortages in
early summer had forced reduction in sched schedules
ules schedules for Fall and Winter. And now the return
to normal in prices assures such an immediate
increase in sales that a scarcity of Hudson and
Essex cars seem certain.
Choose your car now. Learn how the
price reduction increases its attractiveness.
And remember that in any Hudson atid Essex
you obtain exclusive motors for they are pat patented.
ented. patented.

You can save S200 to S450.
ly if you want delivey this Fall

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ham, who seems to be the chief of the
"money diggers." The testimony of
these gentlemen and others has de developed:
veloped: developed:
1. That there was a list of quotas
for 54 cities.
2. That Cleveland's quota of $400, $400,-000
000 $400,-000 was 'the exact amount named in
the list given out by Governor Cox
and denied by Chairman Hays. That
Washington's quota was $50,000, the
amount named -by Governor Cox's list
and denied by Chairman Hays. That
Atlanta's quota was $25,000, as given
in the list of Governor Cox, and de denied
nied denied by Chairman Hays; and New

ark's and Cincinnati's quotas were
the amounts named by Governor Cox
and denied by Hays and Upham.
3. That Form 101 of the Official
Bulletin,-which the republican offic officials
ials officials testified had neevr been adopted
and was withdrawri, was replaced by
Form 102. which follows practically
the same plan.
4. That a large and elaborate or

ganization was formed to raise an

enormous republican siusn luna.
5. That funds were not sought
from men having charge of corpora corporations.
tions. corporations. The evidence j, of course, all in the

republican committees' hands, and
yet, in the face of all this difficulty,
Governor Cox has given substantial
and incontrovertible evidence that his
charges are true and that if a thoro
investigation is made the full truth
of his charges will be completely
proven.
HARDING'S ROOSEVELTISM

'In seeking a prototype for, Colonel
Roosevelt among public men of the
country, one finds the closest resem resemblance
blance resemblance to Aaron Burr.
"The same ambitions, the same

overbearing disposition, the same un ungovernable
governable ungovernable temper, the same ruth ruth-iessnes3
iessnes3 ruth-iessnes3 in disregarding the ties cf
fiiendship, gratitude and reverence,
the same tendency to bully and brow browbeat,
beat, browbeat, and, fiaally, the same egotisn
and greed for pover and the same
menta tenldncy generally." From
an editorial in Senator JIarding's
Marion, O., Star daring the presiden presidential
tial presidential campaign of 1912.

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Clothh:g & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything -,ve sell is guaranteed. We're
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or who ever it is that is raising

!cain" in other parts of the state

about giving ages when they register,

will come to Ocala, we will let tnem
sit in our office a whole day and then
they will see how freely and cheer-

felly the: women of our town give
their ages. No camouflaging, either,

just the correct age. We don't need

the opinion of the attorney general

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1 Reo Toarios ..$303
1 1318 Maxwell Touring '..$3-5
1 Reo Speed wagen Truck Practly New
1 Ford Truck $230
1 Ford Truck $275

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told the women in tne negmmng oi

their registration tha we wanted a
square deal and we assured them
that they could depend on cs for a

sauare deal. So far they have strict strictly
ly strictly kept their part of the implied con

tract and we are going to keep ours.
The women of Marion county and

Ocala don't have to camouflage their

ages for any reason. Why, hose who
are married could easily marry again

were they deprived of their husbands,

and as to the girls and widows in our
tewn, they turn down more marriage

piospects in one year than some
women get, in a lifetime, and our

women realize this, so they give their
ages without protest. Candidly speak

ing, our ages should be given for we

resrulate the liability of poll taxes

largely by the agesgiven in the reg registration
istration registration book. For instance, if a per

son registers as being 57 years old,
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which entitles him to vote and if he

registers as 21 we give him the
same mark, which entitles him to

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Sliced Breakfast Bacon
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Clover Bloom Butter Apples v
Fleischmann's Yeast
Celery Cabbage
Fresh Milk and Buttermilk'.
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society items,

Mrs. H. W. Tucker is visiting ; in

Atlanta.

Only one drink served in each cup

at Gerig's Drug Store. : 29-tf

Mr. George Loon ey has returned

from his fishing trip at Dajrtona.

Hot waffles with maple '- syrup

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vote for that year, but for no other J

year. If a person registers as 40, he
will have to pay poll taxes for 15
years, but if he camouflages his age
and puts it at 30, he will have to pay

polls for 25 years and if he tells the

ax assessor that he is not liable for

polls by reason of being 55 years or
over, his statement is in direct con conflict
flict conflict with the age he gave when he

registered. If for no other reason a
person should give his or her correct
age as a matter of protection and

honesty and then the age help3 to

identify a person. One woman m
Ocala registered as 82. Now suppose

she had said she was 50. When shell?

went to vote tne inspectors mignt

ve doubted her identity. We are

not "so particular as to the exact age

of any one, but we want them to give
seme age and then we think every

body should be fair and square in

their statements. Dan Barco,

Supervisor of Registration.

Mrs. I. F. Bennett and son, Frank

have returned home from Chautau

oua. i. i.. wnere tney spent two

months pleasantly.

Our stock of fresh seeds for fall

nlantinsr is now in. Ocala Seed

Store. 8-11-tf

Mr. and Mrs.' Parker Painter are

receiving the congratulations of their

friends on the arrival of a lovely baby

daughter, born yesterday morning.

Gerig's Drue Store has instituted

"individual service" at its soda foun
tain. 29-tf

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The Presbyterian Sunday school

will have a rally day on Sunday, 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 any

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, Sunday, Oct.
3rd, 1920. Services begin at 9:45 a.
m. sharp.

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as falling off oi a log.
When you enter (to your right) take a basket.
You will find them right before you.
At a glance you can see where the different
classes of goods are located. First comes the
glass goods, such, as jams, jellies, preserves,
pickles, olives, catsups, sauces, etc. Then comes
the canned fruits, vegetables, meats, soups, imlK,
cream and so on.

You will see that all glass and canned

are on one side of the store, while the p

goods are on the other side.
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,
o 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.
Best of all -YOU 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. We
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 oe
with us.
A FEW POINTS IN SHOPPING:
Don't fail to get a basket.
Don't go to the cashiers 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 y-ou are
; waiting for some one, please wait for them
at the front.

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articles to special order. Light arid Heavy
Canvas, Flags, Bunting, Wagon Umbrellas, Camp II
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Mr. R. A. Burford left this after

noon for a few days visit with his son

Mr. Sam Burford in Atlanta, after

which he will visit his son.,1 Mr. R. A

Burford Jr. and family in Birming

ham and his sister, Mrs. Bashinski

in Troy, Ala.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

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

righting for QUALITY nd"t prices, tf

J. M. Tison and wife accompanied

by Miss Marjorie Howell of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, are guests at the Lake Park ho

tel. Mr. Tison is state distributor for
the Premier automobile and is to es

tablish a local agency in West Palm

Beach. Palm Beach Post.

V. K. Lane, 1.1. D Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Threat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,

Ocala, Fla. if.

Dr; and Mrs. Charles W. Moremen

have nurchased the beautiful andi

comfortable bungalow that Messrs.
Carl Ray and John Thomson have al almost
most almost completed. It is one of the

neatest bungalows in the city. It i3

the intention, of Messrs. Ray and

Thomson to build many of these bun

galows in the city. The house that

Dr. Moremen bought is not yet com

pleted and Messrs. Ray and Thomson

are confident the others will sell even
faster. Dr. and Mrs. Moremen's

friends are congratulating them on

the purchase of this lovely, bungalow.

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sanitary in the city. Our glasses are

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tydings and

Mr. Wayne TenEyck leave Macon,

Ga., tomorrow morning by automo

bile for Ocala. Messrs. Tydings and
TenEyck have been attending a

school of pharmacy this summer and

their friends will learn with much

pleasure that they both made cred

itable marks.

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Try a Club Breakfast' at Hunter's.
Cooked just the way you want it.

Served when you want it. 30-

DesDite the inclemency of the

weather this morning there was sun

shine beaming from the face of one

of our prominent business men, Mr.

Micajah (known as Mack) Taylor,
whose face was all smiles over the ar arrival
rival arrival of a fine son, born early this

morning. This handsome little gen

tleman will bear the name of his

father, and their many friends hope
he will take the eood looks of hi3

mother.

Moc -T 1? Pncero Tf? f!. "P.

Lawrence have bought from Mr. D.

W. Tompkins his livestock buisness
and expect to have on hand at all

times for sale the best mules and
horses offered in the Ocala market.

Both these eentlemen fully under

stand the livestock business and there

is," no doubt they will be successful,

a? Ocala is one of the livestock cen centers
ters centers of this part of the state. For

the benefit of horseback riders they
will at an early date be able to ac

commodate the public with good I

i saddle horses. Mr. Tompkins will de-

, vote more of his time to his automo automo-i
i automo-i bile and truck sales business, which

is increasing daily.

Twenty-two room two-story bailuirg occupyir

ground

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sold off for warehouse purposes without disturbing
Will be offered for a short while at fCOOO.

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on the block adjoining ti:e new union espy-, vva.

consists of dining room, oilxe, living room, six tv-oro.-.,

and kitchen. Upstairs, 1? sleeping roras cv.a xrir xuu
fence on front; large garden in the tack; new fcrce witr, cy-

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STAR ESSEX IN OCALA

" Mr. 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 Sur-.ter 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 Essex cars m
all models, touring car, roadster and
sedan,
TO GAS CONSUMERS

Beginning October 1st, the rate for

gas will be ?2.501per thousand feet.
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Posters are being distributed an

nouncing the dedication exercises at
the Oak school for Tuesday, October

5th. An attractive program has been

arranged and all who can should at

tend the exercises, for they will be

interesting and instructive. A bar

becue, basket dinner, good sepakers

and a baseball game' are on the pro

gram. The Arlo Cox Company of Oak
built and presented this schoolhouse
to the county and it is well worth the

inspection of our citizens'

Mrs. J. W. McColium, president of

the Florida Federation of Women's
Clubs, has left for an extended trip

down, the east coast, where' she will

visit the women's clubs of that part

of the state,-accompanied by- Miss

Edith Parker. She will first visit the

woman's club at Lake Worth, where

she and Mrs. Parker will be guests
of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lynch, and front
there will go to Delray, Yest Palm

Beach, Stewart, Eau Gallie, Titus Titus-ville,
ville, Titus-ville, Vero, Okeechobee and Fort

Pierce. They will return to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville about Oct. 10. Tampa Daily
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Union Station. Ocala, for a regular

dinner family style. Best dinner in;

the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
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Temperature this 'morning, CI; this
afternoon, 75.
Golden grime3 apples 10c. a pound.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. 30-2t
Evinston was represented in the
city yesterday by Mr. V. P. Welch.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting: 13 now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 7 8-11-tf
Mr. E. S. Crosby of Belleview was
a well known visitor in the city today.
' Hot waffles with maple sprup at
Hunter's. 30-4t
r. A. M. Ilirsch, a representative-
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cf the Am encna Spectacle Company!
cf New York was in town today.
No fear of germ 3 when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mitchell
Tucker, who were married in Ocala
this month, are spending part of their
honeymoon in Miami and Palm Beach.
They expect to leave soon for Tam Tampa.
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Sord's Thed-Sord's Black-Draught to bzt friends and
nc!;hbcrs here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a well well-known
known well-known Jackson County lady, sold: "I &a
gctlins up in yesrs; my brad is pretty
while. 1 have seen medicines snd reme remedies
dies remedies corre snd go but the eld reliable
eaias sr.d stayed. 1 am talking of Black Black-Draught,
Draught, Black-Draught, a liver mcdiche we have used
for jeers cr.2 that can be depended up upon
on upon sr.d one that will do the work.
"Clack-Draught will relieve indirection
and coasUpation if taken riht, nd I know
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The tall game for thi3 afternoon
was called off on account cf the
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Our motto is prompt service. Phone
your orders to 243. Cook's Market and
Grocery. 22-tf
Mrs. M.' Z. Overbay and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Beulah Hough of Bartow,
spent the week end with Mr. Ed Parr
and Miss Eagleton on their way home
fiom a visit in Atlanta, Ga.
The council didn't pas& the ordi ordinance,
nance, ordinance, but we put in the individual
service. Ceng's Drug Store. 29-tf
We regret to hear of the death at
her home near Dunnellon, at 7 o'clock
Sunday evening, Sept. 2Gth, of Mrs.
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about four weeks,
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Harriet Mizzy, after an illnses of
Use "Goodnight" and then pro to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store
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Mrs. C. L. Moore has been quite
ill at her home on South fourth
street for the past week. Her daugh
ters, Mrs. E. C. Staley and Mrs. Clar&
Pyles of Orlando, have been with her
Mrs. Staley returned to Orlando Sat
urday and Mrs. Pyles will remain
with her mother for some time.
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tlcs. ; L; am 'glad ; to recommend .Black-
Draught, and do, to ny friesd3 and
neighbors."
Thedford's Black-Draught Is stand standard
ard standard hcjcchcld remedy with a rcccri c!
over seventy years cf successful .use.
Every one occasionally r,eed3 something
to help cleanse the system cf Impurities.
Try Black-Draught Insist upon Tried Tried-ford's,
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The excursion down to Conner
planned for this evening had to be
postponed. The girls would have
needed bearskins around their feet as

veil as their necks coming back up
he river about 11 p. rtu
Fruit sundaes of all kinds are serv
ed at the Court Pharmacy. 29-3t
Gerig's 1 new individual cups are
winning favor from his patrons. They
beat a city ordinance all hollow, and
are such an easy and sensible ar arrangement
rangement arrangement that it is hard -to under
stand why it wasn t tnougnt oi oe-
?ore.
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Our ice cream sodas, are the best
n the city. ) Court Pharmacy. 29-3t
This was the last half-holiday of
the season and the 'weather this
morning scared everybody who had
been preparing for a good time to
alter their plans. T
briglit as a new dollar this afternoon,
but a number of pleasure-giving lit little
tle little plots can't "be re-arranged.
Don't mis3 this, a Nabisco Sundae,
at the Court Pharmacy. 29-3t
. ANTHONY
Anthony, Sept, 28. Mr. R. A. Man
ning returned home Wednesday after
several weeks spent in Georgia.
Mis3 Cora Griffin left last week for
Clearwater, where she will teach this
winter. .
Mrs. M. E. Howell is at home
again after a visit to her grand
daughter, Mrs. Roy McJunkin of Fort
Lauderdale.
Mrs. N K. Higginbotham and little
daughter returned to their home m
Gainesville Saturday.
Little Misses Ada .Mae and Ethel
Reynolds of Summerfield spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Misess Mary
and Janet Irby.
'Mrs. J. A. Perkins of Ocala is the
guest of her mother, Mrs. A. E. Moore
for a few days. .
Mrs. R. A. Baskin has been quite
ill for the past week.
v Miss Hattie Milligan left for Frosts
proof Saturday, to take up her duties
as teacher in the public school.
Mr. Chester Hillman,, Misses Anna
Lou Souter and Nell Olds., also G. D.
Pasteur and Crawford Pasteur spent
Sunday at Lake Weir as the guests
of Mrs. G. D. Pasteur and Mrs. Her
bert Wilder, who are there for a few
weeks outing. ' 1
Mr. Stuart.. Sims spent a few days
of last week with relatives in White
Springs. ;
Mrs. C.-C. Gates and children of
Jacksonville, are in Anthony visiting
relatives. r
Mr. Clay Stewart of Plymouth was
in Anthony Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams after a
short visi twith Mrs. Hodge, left for
Jacksonville last week.
' The Cook Lighting company, now
stationed in Ocala, has lately install installed
ed installed its system of lights in the stores
of Mr. J; J. Reaves and Mrs. Elma
Morri son. The lights ; give perfect
satisfaction and are liked by all who
have seen them. ; 1
MrB. F.. W. Bishop's Sunday school
class gave a box supper at her home
Saturday night, which was well at attended.
tended. attended. The proceeds went to the
orphan's i home.
The young folks enjoyed a picnic
supper al Silver Springs Friday
night of last week. ; -t. u
Mr. W. S. Baskin has a position
with the Auto Sales Co. as salesman
for its cars.
Get the habit of reading tie ads.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S5. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No.: 280, Benevolent
and Protective. Order of Elks, meets
the second and four ; Tuesday eve
nings ol each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street!
C. Y. Miller, E. E E-E.
E. E-E. J. Crook, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O, F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King f Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
-isiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
: H. R. Loff man, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 23. O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
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YouH profit by reading the ads m
every day's Star.
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which Barney
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II Darney Trusts Thcbi
DAVIE, The Tire Man
VValcssizioo
Phones 438-76.
Rpbuildind
(DldSh6ts
YOU CAN SAVE
Many Dollars
On your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our'charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. '
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Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Dra z Store
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GOOD TASTE IN A MONUMENT
5s as much as requisite as artistic de design
sign design and ; execution. It is found in
every memorial tsone .we erect.
Whether the stone chosen be of the
simplest or the most ornate descrip description
tion description it wil lalways be within the
bounds of good taste if ordered, here.
Book of designs shown any time any anywhere.
where. anywhere. ..
.' Arrival and departure of passenger
tra-rna at OCALA UNION STATION.
Tlhe following schedule figures pub-
Iished as information and not guar guaranteed..1..
anteed..1.. guaranteed..1.. u : l-
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave
2:20 am
1:&5 pm
4:05 pm
2:15 am
2:15 am
1:50 pin
4:05 pm
Arrive
Jacksonville-NTork
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Tampa-;
Manatee- :
St. Petersburg
Tampa
Tampa-Manatee
2:10 am
1:S0 pm
4:35 pm
4:05 pra
2:15 am
1:35 pm
Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
: ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R,
Leave Anire
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTTork 2:48 am
1145 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1 :25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homdsassa ,1:20 pm
10:1 3pm ; Leesburg V 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
1 Monday, Wednesday,' Friday.
-"Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
j .-ts, Army records show 30
k'jVer cent of the total re re-jections
jections re-jections were for defec defec-JttV"
JttV" defec-JttV" tive sight.
DR. K. J. VEIHE,
, Optometrist and Optician r
Eyesight SDecialist
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and Concrete
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provide facilities for the treatment
tf 500 patients. Dr. O: E. Denney,
who is expected to be placed in
charge of the new hospital, plans to
build the "best laboratory in the
world" for the study of leprosy.
Treatment like that given at Kalihi
will be followed at the Louisiana hos hospital,
pital, hospital, and research also will be con
ducted with a view of discovering a
new "cure" and for
improving
the
new method.
SHADY
Shady, Sept. 30. Mrs. George
Buhl and two srr.all children are ex-
ipected home Sunday from a two
j weeks' visit with relatives in Miami.
Mr. Charlie Freeman .and, boys of
Belleview, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. E. Gaskins Sunday.
Harold Smith of Ocala spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with the
j Douglas boys
, Mrs. L. A. Jones has been quite
sick for the pats ten days and we are
glad to hear, that she is somewhat
better at this time.
Mr. J. M. Douglas of Weirs dale
was a Saturday visitor here.
Mrs., Otis Gaskin has been in Ocala
for the past several days, called there
or account of the sickness of her
sisters. Misses Ruth and Myrtle Ho-
gan;t- .:,'-, .-,-,-.;'
Mr. George Buhl and son, Bert and
nephews, Ben and Douglas Buhl went
to Salt Springs Saturday,
Mrs. James Brown and children of
Stanton, visited Mrs. Brown's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaskin Sunday.
E. H. Douglas of Weirsdale came up
Saturday night and spent Sunday
with the "old folks at home." :
Mr. Fred Buhl has been shucking
his corn ; and treating it with bisul bisulphide
phide bisulphide of carbon to protect it from
weevils- ''v. ':','-'.'., ', .'
Mrs. L. L. Home entertained her
Sunday school class with a picnic to
; Silver Springs Saturday. Goiag out
. it. cars, the party arrived at the
springs a little after noon. Soon aft-1
er arriving dinner was spread. Mrs.
Home, knowing how to please chil children,
dren, children, had prepared just wThat they
liked, with fruit, candy, peanuts, etc.,
in addition. The children did full
justice to the repast and after dinner
enjoyed the swings, merry-g-round
and other amusements till Mrs. Home
announced a trip down the run in the
glass-bottom boat. This was like .a
trip to fairyland and every minute
was a delight. Soon after returning
to the landing the time to go home
arrived and the tired, happy children
all thanked Mrs. Home for a happy
day. All regretted that one member
of the class was absent on this occas occasion,
ion, occasion, Mary Frances Jones was detain detained
ed detained by the illness of her mother.
" Miss ) Vivian Douglas had as her
guest for the week end Miss Janet
Turner of Ocala.
We notice some house sare being
prepared for tenants. Mr. J. I. Smith
i renovating his cottage, ; prepara preparatory
tory preparatory to renting to a family who wish
to move here to send their children
to school. Mr. Holland expects to
rent his cottage and farm for another
year.
The Shady school is moving along
as fine as silk under. Miss Livingston's
management. We believe the children
have learned the first rule! Love your
teacher.
Golden grimes apples 10c. a pound.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. 30-2t
WACAIIOOTA :
Wacahoota,Sept. 30. The farmers
are busy gathering com and saving
hay.
Mr. Lute Howell and brother, Dr.
E. B. Howell of Sparks, Ga., returned
last Sunday from, a trip to South
Florida.
Miss Thelma Curry returned last
Thursday from a trip to Lake City
and Fort White. She attended the
Christian Endeavor convention at the
former place, Friday, Saturday and
Sunday. She went Monday to Fort
White, where she visited Mrs, D. T.
Blackburn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley and
daughter, Lucile were shopping in
Williston Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tyson and chil children
dren children spent Saturday with Mrs. W. 11.
Torlay at Gainesville.
;Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bradshaw and
children :. of Archer, spent Sunday
with Mrs. C. R. Curry.
Dr. OTCelly of Gainesville filled his
regular appointment here Sunday af
ternoon. He was accompanied by hi 3
daughter, Elizabeth and Miss Eloise
Ramey.
CALVARY
Calvary, Sept. 29. Mrs. George
Buhl has gone, to Miami to visit rela relatives,
tives, relatives, but will return next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison" are
rejoicing over a fine son bora to them
last Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crosby and Mrs.
A. O. Smith and little daughter, Au
drey and Miss Jessie Morrison were
visiting their parents and brother and
family last Saturday night and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cobra were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening. -'.,
Miss Dollie Morrison, who went to
Palmetto to visit her sister, ha3 ac accepted
cepted accepted a position in the tele;!' .e of office
fice office there and saysshe likes her work
fine.
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WANTED, LOST,
SALE, FOR R
ILAR LOCAL
RAiES Six lini, maximum, ona
time, 2Zc; three times, 50c; six times
ic. cue month, $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR SALE Doctor's office ; equip
ment and furaituie, cheap for casl
Also idahogany wardrobe, hat
TV. C k
and oak warshstimd with mirror.
Phone 515, or call at 720 E. Third
St.- ; .. : 27-Ct-
SEE ME QUICK If you want to buy
a nicely located, modem, seven seven-room
room seven-room house. S. S;! Savage Jr. S0-7t
FOE SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles'from Ocala. -Apply to-owners,
'; Collier Brothers. ; 20-tf
WANTED- Stenographer at once.
' Apply" Marion Cbunty Board cf
Trade. 20-Zi
WANTED TO BUY Sweet potatoes
carload or less. State price v.r.-.tc-!
per pound, or per- bushel. Address
P. D. Seyler. Ft. Lauderdale, Fia. 4t
WANTED Several hundred tushcls
Marion county '.seed corn. Send
samples of what you have to offer
and quote. Kilgore Seed Co., Plant
' City, Fla. CO-Ct
FOR
SALE Wakefield c
bbnge
-Two
plants. Immediate shipment.
dollars per thousand. Fiarahome
Plant Co., Florahome, Fla. CO-St
LARGE Sweet guavas, S2 per six
- basket crate, f. o. b., cash
order. T. B. Snook, Weir
with.
ac-.la
WOOD When you want wood, phone
5CC; oak or pine, stoTe or fireplace..
Broad wa y Woo d ya rd,
L. A. S:
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ers, Proprietor.'
FOR SALE Small line of good drucs
' suitable for a doctor who dispenses dispenses-drugs.
drugs. dispenses-drugs. Apply uo C. R. Veal, ad administrator
ministrator administrator for the estate of W. Jl.
O. Veal, M. D.
FOR RENT Attractive four-room,
. furnished, cparticent with shower
'. hath end all -other modern improve--.
merits. Call at 733 Eist AIams St.,
or. at Rogers-W..l?cn Realty Co. for
information. ; 24-Ct
LOST One pair
man s pants from
. car. Finder return to
and receive reward.
this
27-
,vi itiiHA uesiriioie sint;ie room
or rooms for I'ght housed
Apply tc 403 Fort Kin- ave
07
LOST Pointer dog, white and liver
spotted, medUrm size, with piece cf
'.grass rope around neck. Return, t-r
C. Grady Martin, 29 N. Sandier
St., and receive liberal reward. St
PYLES a PERUmS
Funeral Clreclors :& Ezibslxcr
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFF2CE.
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for VtTate
.People Only.
Phones 553 and 22i. Or en All NighL.
OCALA. FLORIDA ; :
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CONTRACTOR
Anything in Brick, Stone, Concrsts
v- Tila .and Plastering
PHONE 520, ; OCALA
: L. iLLEXilf DEB. '.
PRACTICAL CARPENllZR ANH
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Careful estimates made on all eoi
tract work. Gives more and. hette?.
work 'for the money than any ether
contractor in the city.
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NARCISSUS
(A variety)
HYACINTHS
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JAPAN LILIES
CHINESE LILIES
FLO VER SEEDS
GARDEN SEEDS
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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
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