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OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 1, 1920.
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Soviet Troopa cm Pol inn Northern
Front Fleeing Eastward
Warsaw, Oct. 1, -The defeat of the
ll.i,sr:i lobheviki on the Polish
v.'rttvinn fiont seems complete and
the soviet troops are reported fleeing
eafctvard in disorder in an effort to
avoid being surrounded by the Poles;
v ho are 'in close pursuit. Advices
from the front aid one whole Russian
division kui rendered after murdering
all commissaries who tried to compel
them to offer resistance
OFF CAPE HENRY
Norfolk, Oct. 1-The three-masted
Brazilian schooner Thomas Pollard
foundered off Cape Henry early today.
Thi crew wan .rescued by life savers.
RETURNING TO REASON
( AMMocIated Tress)
Rome, Oct. 1. Calm is gradually
bdw? restored in the Italian indus indus-Uial
Uial indus-Uial situation. The works occupied
hy9 employees" are being returned to
their owners.-- '- ,'
WHAT THE MOTOR CAR IS
WORTH TO THE COUNTRY
The practical utility of the motor
car is often under discussion that is
Mheth'cr the country "accepts the fact
that the growth of motor car sales
ban jrown thru the present almost
universal adoption of the automobile
an an individual unit of transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. : .';
. "However," .says Mr. John Spencer
of the Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.,
Ileal dealers for the Buick product,
"the greatest credit to the motor 'car
should be from the wonderful increas increased
ed increased values given to suburban property
' and the farm lands thru road im im-,
, im-, provement. , . ; '.
"Statistics show that in 1914 the
revenue from motor vehicles in Ala Ala-.
. Ala-. bama, Florida, Georgia and Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, for example, aggregated $599, $599,-141,
141, $599,-141, wlule in 1919 they ; totaled the
coormous sum of $l,9r7,C86. With
Evidently he is Peered with Harding
Over the .League of
Washington, Oct. 1 Senator Borah
cf Idaho, has requested the republican
managers to make no more gpeaicmg
engagements for him in the presiden
tial campaign. e gave uv ic4bh
but it is believed his action is due to
the League of Nations issue.
NOT WA RBI LAST NIGHT
Washington, Oct. 1-Light frosts
ar far south as northern Aabama,
with the lowest temperatures for Oct.
1st m parts of Georgia, Florida and
Alabama were reported by the weath weather
er weather bureau this morning. Rising tem temperatures
peratures temperatures in the South Atlantic states
are predicted for Saturday.
THE BABIES SHOULD
HAVE A FAIR START
"Give the new-born babe a square
deal," is the appeal of the health au authorities
thorities authorities of Florida. Help' them to
start on their journey through life
armed with the biggest; asset that
can be given them good health. At
it? best the journey has many ups and
downs and the little tots just begin beginning
ning beginning on-the long, road should, go un un-handicapped.
Blindness-the very word sends
cold shivers down one's spine and
makes them close their eyes just for
a moment to see what it would be
like. But only for a moment are they
barred from the sight of all the won won-dcrf
dcrf won-dcrf ulness of the world. Yet there
are many in this state, and country,
who are made to stagger' through
life, ,only sensing its beauties, be because
cause because of ignorance, perhaps careless carelessness
ness carelessness displayed at the time they were
brought into the world. v
In calling to mind the school at St.
Augustine and other institutions
where the sightless are taught to al almost
most almost see through their'finger tips,
the question comes of how many of
tires pitiable cases could have been
Ophthalmia neonatorum (sore eyes,
in new-born babes) .unless given im-v
""constantly increasing vehicle license mediate treatment results in total f several years he assisted his old
French Republic, by Hands of General
Fayolle, Gives Black Jack IU j
Highest Military Honor
. Wahsington, Oct. 1 French Gen General
eral General Fayolle is expetced here today to
confer upon General Pershing the
Medailie Militaire, the highest decora decoration
tion decoration of the French government.
KNOWS THE GAME
New York, Oct. 1, Manager Wil Wil-bert
bert Wil-bert Robinson, who for the second
time in five years has led the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn National League club's players
successfully as pennant winners to be
contestants for .the world series
championship struggle, -was born at
Hudson, Mass., 56 years ago. For 36
years Robinson has been identified
with the national game. Away back
hi 1884 he was catcher for the Haver Haver-ill,
ill, Haver-ill, Mass., team for which at that time
John Kinley Tener was one of the
club's .pitgfcJug staff. During 1884
and th&following season Tener and
Robinson proved to be a very effective
battery. Many years later Tener
was elected governor of Pennsylvania
and afterwards became the chief ex executive
ecutive executive of the National Baseball
In 1886 Robinson joined the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Athletics of the American
Association and in his first major
league game, as catcher, scored the
only run made by his team, which was
beaten 4 to 1 by the New York Metropolitans.-
Robinson's fame as a catcher and
better as well as a fast baserunner
is closely allied with Baltimore,
where he spent many years of his
baseball career. Back in the 90's
with McGraw, Jennings, Keeler, Kel Kel-ley
ley Kel-ley and others. Robinson established
an enviable reputation as a great
player, when Ned ; Hanlon's famous
Orioles won the championship three
years in succession.
After McGraw became manager of
the New York Giants in 1902 Robin Robin-sen
sen Robin-sen remained in Baltimore and play played
ed played for several seasons with the In International
ternational International League club there.
In the development of pitchers Rob-
msqn was gsingularlysijccessiulnd
Cox is Talking to Them Today About
About the League of Na Nations
tions Nations and Crops.
(Associated Press )
Enid, Oct. 1. Governor Cox began
his Oklahoma campaign with a speech
here early this morning. Eight other
speeches are to be made during the
day by the nominee. Farm questions
and the League of Nations are the
principal themes. ;
ROOSEVELT IN WEST VIRGINIA
Charleston, W. Va., Oct 1. Frank Franklin
lin Franklin D. Roosevelt, who has just com completed
pleted completed a tour of the state making 20
speeches, declared today he was firm firmly
ly firmly convinced that West Virginia would
be found in the democratic column
after the November election. Mr.
Roosevelt starts a tour of ; Kentucky
today. '" ': '1
MR. THOMAS PROTESTS
Editor Starf In last Tuesday's
issue there appeared the following
Condemned by Harding, Who; at the
Same Time is Shy of Federal
Marion, Oct. 1. Lax enforcement
of prohibition was condemned today
by Senator Harding, in addressing a
gathering of women from his front
porch. He expressed the opinion that
alw enforcement was one of the im important
portant important requisites of social progress,
but warned against the assumption
of too much authority by the federal
government in welfare efforts or in
other activities, as there was grave
danger when centralized such power
tegins to take from the commun communities
ities communities all the burdens of social conscience.
rates, as now'in Georgia, the figures
will k on increasing. Thru highway
'commissions, this money is construct construct-inj
inj construct-inj "highways for traffic through' the
length nd breadth of the South.
"The automobile is the same nec necessary
essary necessary daily factor in the life of the
owner an the telephone, the telegraph
or any of the common utilities of the
present age except one is for com common
mon common use and the other for use at the
will of the owner, It serves to in increase
crease increase the unit value of the owner
and those units combined contribute
to the growth and upbuilding of the
Mr. Spencer makes announcement
that his company will shortly have
samples of the new 1921 Buick line,
which he says have incorporated many
new and desirable features.
blindness. It is caused from gonocci
the germ that causes gonorrhea which
is one of the diseases against which
the State Board of Health is putting
up such a forceful fight.
Most medical authorities -advocate
the use of one per cent solution of
nitrate of silver freshly prepared in
distilled water immediately "after the
birth of the child, not after inflamma inflammation
tion inflammation or sore eyes are discovered for
then it is likely to be too late to
save the baby's sight
In a number of states it has been
made a law that every doctor or id id-wife
wife id-wife must use this solution at the
birth of a child, or he or she is sub subject
ject subject to punishment by the state. This
is a well made law and it is believed
that if Florida's little ones were so
protected, and the neglect of so vital vitally"
ly" vitally" important a duty made punishable
those working for the welfare of
children and of future citizenship
would have gained something of what
they are strivingfor.
Before buying your fall hat, give
Please come and help usi me a trial to suit you. Jake Gold
NOTICE TO AUXILIARIES
Members of the Women's Auxiliary
of the American Legion are urged to
meet net Wednesday evening at 8
o clock on the second floor of the
build up our local organization
Claire L. Moremtn, Sec'y.
Something to sell T Advertise it.
Hot waffles with maple sprup at
Hunter's. v 30-4t
friend McGraw in this department.
He made several trips to the spring
training camps of the Giants after he
hud ceased to be an active player. As
a pitcher's coach with the New York
'Nationals he-brought out Rube Mar-
quaruv who contributed his share to
the winning of three successive pen pennants
nants pennants in 1911, '12 and '13.
Robinson began his. management of
the Brooklyn team in 1914 and two
years later made them champions of
their league. He persuaded President
Ebbets to secure the services of Mar-
quard and Mamau when these pitch
ers were on their way. to the minor
leagues and they are still with him
now: that he has landed his club for
the second time as a big factor in. the
ixever a marunec witn ms men
Kobinson seems to have an innate
power of controlling his players, displaying-
a sort of fatherly interest in
them and ay establishing a bond of
confidence and comraderie with them
gets the best that is in every member
of his team, either xn or off the play
Try a Club Breakfast at Hunter's.
Cooked just the way you want it
Served when you want it. 30-3t
(f) 'V-(f) 4""?
,is creeping onus.
The Boy as the Man needs All Wool
Clothes to protect from
We invite you to inspect our Suits for Men and
Boys. Suits of real merit--well tailored made
of All Wool materials.
: loy9a miMs9 Bit to 8241
Yoiaaig Mem aiadl Menu's Smite
Mayor, Dear Mayor, Come Home
Oh where, oh where, has our young
Oh where, oh where is he ?
Why doesn't he come home and in inspect
spect inspect our town
And see some of the things that
- -' -': .. :
Oh, why doesn't he come and look
over our streets -That
have ruined our" automobiles,
With their shell holes and trenches,
their craters and ruts
Resembling the French battlefields?
Our taxes are high, expenses are
The work done is certainly poor.
So come home and help us before we
turn gray j
These hardships and cares to en endure,
dure, endure, v
Our bonds are voted, the work is not
- done, .
We surely are in a bad fix:
Come help us, believe we are living
And not forty-miles out in the
- "sticks." :
Mclver is gone and his place isn't
.JThere's.. Goldman and-,Winer and
And our city attorney just sitting
Sure our council reminds one of
So please Mr. Mayor come home to us
And help us paint up and clean,
To show the tourists and Us we are
really some town,
And not what we LOOK LIKE and
: A Dismayed Citoyenne.
isNow, the aboye undoubtedly re
ferred to me personally as I'have been
chairman of the street committee for
over two years and at present am fill filling
ing filling Mr. D. E. Mclver's place as presi
dent j)f the city council and also act
ing mayor during Mr. Anderson's
I do not know who this person is,
neither do I care, but whoever she is,
she is undoubtedly unacquainted with
public affairs. For instance, she
says, "Our bonds are voted, this work
is not done." Now if she had been
well posted she would undoubtedly
know that our bonds have not been
I admit that the streets are and
have been in bad shape for some time.
One of the main reasons for this is,
that after the bond issue was carried,
I thought it economy not to spend
any more money on the streets than
possible until the bonds were sold.
For the simple reason that any per permanent
manent permanent work or rather permanent as
possible for us to make out of the
material we have to use would soon
be money thrown away and conse consequently
quently consequently I have not spent any more
money on our streets than possible.
We have only been workmg a small
crew and with these men we have
been trying to keep the streets patch
ed until the bonds were sold, the con contract
tract contract let and the permanent work
Now, in rewards to the high taxes,
wish to advise that if she had any
business ability she would realize
that taxes are compelled to be higher
than they were a few years ago on
account of the high cost of material,
labor, etc. ?
In conclusion, I wish to say that
every member of the city council, in including
cluding including our honorable mayor, have
worked to the best interest for the
city of Ocala and on account of being
unable to get materials delivered and
the high price of same has caused us
to be cussed out by some citizens and
among them a "Citoyenne."
' f A. T. Thomas,
Chairman of the Street Committee.
Following are the names of the
white women who registered yester yesterday
day yesterday at the courthouse:
Mildred Nurney Lloyd.
Budie C. Bailey.
Lottie C. Fennell.
Annie M. Woodrow.
Lora P. Meadows.
Mabelle M. Therrell.
Lottie S. Dodd.
Bertha P. Perkins.
Lillian P. Atkinson.
Laura T. Grantham.
Julia R. Smith.
Emma T. Goolsby.
Elberta K. Hall.
Maude C. Shafer.
Virginia T. Johnson.
Fannie Greenwood Clark.
Sue F. .Moore.
Hattie S. Hensley.
Willie R. Bullock.
Theresa S. Rogers.
Anna McD. Balkcom.
Syvil W, Griffin. ;
Sara W. Winston.
Ada B. Todd.
Hattie D. McManus.
Anna L. Simmons.
Josephine H. Geiger.
Susannah B. Frink.
Ocala House' Block
For real clothes we have them in
the guaranteed Hart. Schaffner and
Marx line. If they do not give satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory wear, money back or a new
suit. When you buy a suit get the
best; they are the cheapest. We keep
the best merchandise and have lowest
prices. H. A. Waterman. The Haber
Don't fail ; to : visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing& rShoe Company. Every.
r-jr i c j-CJt-f tiling we sell -is guaranteed. We're
0"-iVVv C.-: 'Jtrni-'ng lor v'UAiai i uai prices, u
Believes in Killing English but Ob Objects
jects Objects to Their Striking
Bublin, Oct. 1.- Charges that re reprisals'
prisals' reprisals' in Ireland were the calcualted
policy of the British government and
that a plot exits for the assassination
of Irish republican leaders were made
today by Arthur Griffith, founder ot
the Sinn Fein organization.
KILLING OF TWO. CONSTABLES
Limerick, Ireland, Oct. 1 Two con constables
stables constables were killed last night near
O'Brien's Bridge, when a police pa patrol
trol patrol was fired upon.
BRITISH PAPERS KICKING
London, Oct. 1. A cabinet meet meeting
ing meeting has been called to discuss the
Irish situation. British newspapers
are clamoring for an authoritative
government statement as to its policy
in Ireland, particularly regarding re reprisals
prisals reprisals by the so-called black and tan
TERENCE'S BACKBONE STUCK TO
London, Oct. 1. Terence McS wee weeny,
ny, weeny, lord mayor of Cork, on this the
fiftieth day of his hunger strike, is
reported to be suffering with severe
pains in his arms and back. He pass passed
ed passed a very bad night.
POPULATION OF WEST VIRGINIA
Washington, Oct. 1. The popula population
tion population of West Virginia was announced
today as one million, four thirty-six
today as 1,436,610. This is an increase
of 204,091 or 19.9 per cent.
ATTORNEY HOYNE UNABLE
TO FIND EVIDENCE
Chicago, Oct. 1. It became known
here today that State Attorney Hoyne
at the request of Manager Comiskey
or the White Sox at the close of the
world series gameslast year investi investigated
gated investigated the report that the games were
thrown. He said he found enough evi evidence
dence evidence to convince him the series was
crooked, but failed to find enough evi evidence
dence evidence to prove the fact.
Get the habit of reading the ads.
If You Have Not llsll
There I3 Tirae 1
Did you mail thoss r
morning tov your fxu
"Post Card Day," and 1
Floridas tourist seas -Send
out those views
beauty spots. Tell f.
Florida is the best plar :
All over the state f
post cards are beir -estimated
will-be sent out. How r;
Ocala and Marion ccv
among them? Put son
of todays' wosderfu hrc
messages to your fri.
states. Tell your frie:
tourist tickets are goH
ber 1 to May 31.
I the nvoxll
.-:'vi. it is
1 Vli C-a 5 ts j 3
.7 will .be
cf the irntp
i.hcr into th;?.
-:. iTi cticr
frcrt ; O'Cta-
Mr. Chas. K. Sage -following:
Sovereign C. II. Sage,
Woodmen Association -next
meeting with tl:
at Sparr, Wednesday r
Bring a good dekat: dekat:-a
a dekat:-a good old f ratamal r.
, Fraternally ye
ll, g. r
P. S. Dont' forget t
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Jonesboro, Oct. 1. :
ble is anticipated her.
last night wrecked tl
fort to lynch the negr
attacking a white gir:.
persed the crowd after
fired through the j-Il
one prisoner slightly
jailer refused to ssrr
who had been trccr-t ;
son City, where the v..
The mob fcllawcd the
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Let us show you ct ct-felt
felt ct-felt .and. velotir I'ats.
man, The Habe
hi; '. :
It is good-looking; it is com comfortable;
fortable; comfortable; it is quickly adapt adaptable
able adaptable to any weather change.
It is easy to drive; it costs
little to run.
The gasoline consumption is unusually low.
The tire mileage is unusually high.
AUTO SALES CO.,
ucala, Fla., Pho
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCiOCEIt 1,1920
puMlbril Ev-ry Iay Kxeept Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
It. II. Carroll, Preldent
V. l.aKl, Srretary-Treasarer
J. 11. Iieja'n Editor.
Kntercl at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
spcun J-c1.is.-j matter.
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One year, in advance ..
Fix montns, an aavance
Ttm-e months. In advance
One month, in advance .
3914 to date, with a 30 per cent in-
crease m number oi worKers ana a
128 per cent increase in the payroll,
the increase in passenger and freight
traffic was only 18 per cent. With the
reduced force more work is being
vwhom ever heard of it, and politely
ignoring political stinks under its own
nose. The Times-Union has done
some pretty good work with the har harpoon
poon harpoon lately; so let's all pat it on the
buck, even if it does scratch one of us
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Legal advertisements it legal rates.
It has come to the best ear of the
editor of this paper that certain
large and important persons have
been laughing at, the humble efforts
of the Ocala Democratic Finance
Committee to raise money for the
cause, i ney say, so we are imonneu,
that they can go out and gather a
hatful, while we are piking along with
about enough to choke a canary bird.
To these people the Star says, "Go
to it." We don't care how many ber berries
ries berries they pick off for Cox and Roose Roosevelt.
velt. Roosevelt. Let 'em raise 'ten dollars to
the committee's one, and all the com committee
mittee committee will have to say is "godbless "godbless-um."
This job was handed the committee
by the national committee, and it is
doing the best it can with it. It will
not envy anybody else who does bet better.
ter. better. In the meantime two good dem
ocrats handed in dollar each this
morning and a third $5. All were
to let their names be printed. Follow Following
ing Following are the-
Donations to Date
All state and county licenses due
October 1st, 1920. Any one doing
business without license after this
date subject to double tax.
: W. W. Stripling,
30 Tax Collector.
Fruit sundaes of all kinds are serv served
ed served at the Court Pharmacy. 29-3t
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS
v.. !. TZTZ JTlTT-TZ Tl ..-TTwTT T2trTZ.TZt TT TZ H TZwTl iTlll . Tl rrni ; i
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
formation. If you have no certificate a
and desire to teach, I think I can ar- tft
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.
Our stock of fresh
planting is now
seeds for fall
in. Ocala Seed
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COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
Martin Caraballo P. W. Corr
Charles E. Jones W. V. Knott
J. G. Sharon C. B. Wells
First day of the quarter and took
the last quarter of many a poor fel fellow
low fellow to pay his bills. .
Escambia county has voted for a
bond issue of $2,000,000 for the con construction
struction construction of 102 miles of permanent
Not counting the hundreds of reds
vho were deported 290 insane aliens
were sent back to their former homes
fiom the port of New York last year.
wwai hi i i ma : ,S
W. Galbraith Jr., of Cincinnati, was
elected national commander of the
American Legion at the closing ses
sicn in Cleveland of its second annual
Dispatches say1 McSweeny has
severe pains in his back. We should
think the pain would be on the other
side, but mavbe he is too thin to
know the difference.
a, m m
Sometimes no doubt Villa wishes
he had been born a European. Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis.
With the exception of Turkey, he
wouldn't fit any country but his own.
Janesville, Wis., claims the cham championship
pionship championship in thrift. With a population
of only 18.293 there are 13,206 sav savings
ings savings accounts in the little" city's five
banks, the average deposit .being
nearly $300. ''
Manufacturers' excess profits must
be a grievous burden on makers of
.clothing. A great woolen company
says it makes 75 cents to $1 on the
cloth that goes into a suit retailing
at $80 to $90. .
In view of the rather considerable
number of firms and corporations
that are going out of commission
nowadays .perforce, the business
world does not believe that "there is
no such word as fail."
E. E. Layton
J. D. McCaskill ....
W. T. Gary
J P. Phillips
J. H. Benjamin
J. R. Owens
R. A. Burford
Mrs. R. A. Burford
Miss Mary Burford
R. F. Rogers
Barney Spencer ...
J W. Hunter ...
Ocala Banner ......
W. F. Yocum ..
W. A. Knight ......
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 ............. 1.00
Cash ....... 1.00
Cash . . ............. . 5.00
Send or give money to any one of
the undersigned members of the
Ocala Finance Committee. All con
tributions noted in the Star.
J. H. Benjamin, Chairman.
L. II. Chazal, Secretary.
W. T. Gary, Treasurer.
The Jacksonville : Metropolis has
given the Times-union a lecture on
manners. For heavensake, Friend
Met. don't discourage the T.-U. For
about twenty years it didn't criticise
anybody less than five hundred miles
off. Now its talking out in meeting,
and let's not any of us throw any cold
water on it. It.&as made us weary to
see the T.-U, lashing out at Wilson,
Roosevelt and Great Britain, none of
Many cities in the United States
are glorying in the census reports of
their increased population. But
thoughtful people are thinking that
a town isn't always better off for be being
ing being bigger.
We find this hid away, in the corner
of an exchange, which the guess was
too modest to print it in a conspicu conspicuous
ous conspicuous place: "The worst cases of slow
starvation in the world today are
those of the microbes which used to
be" 'swept up and carried away by
women's trailing skirts.'
The Pennsylvania railroad manag managers,
ers, managers, in explaining the reduction of th
number of employees on their lines,
harrowed the feelings of honest
workingmen by alleging that from
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time. 25c.: three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month.. $3. Payable in ad
FOR SALE Doctor's office equip-
ment and furniture, cheap, for cash
Also hat rack and oak washstand
with mirror. Phjgne 515, or call at
730 E. Third St. 27-6t
FOR RENT -Three room unfurnish
ed apartment, with bath; modern
rinse in. Annlv to "B." in care o:
the Star. l-3t
The Fashion Center
A Special purchase of heavy quality
Georgette Crepe in all the season seasonable
able seasonable colors, at less than pre-war
prices. Special for
Saturday, Oct. 2
Monday, Oct. 4th
The Fashion Center
OCALA - Florida
A TP 2
arc all up, but we
Iiqvc as flood as any
enc and as cheap
as any store giving
lioncst weights and
celling goods each
item on its own
SEE ME QUICK If you want to buy
a nicely located, modern, seven seven-room
room seven-room house. S. S. Savage Jr. 30-7t
FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf
WANTED Stenographer at once.
Apply Marion County Board of
WANTED TO BUY Sweet potatoes,
carload or less. State price wanted
per pound or per bushel. Address
P. D. Seyler, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 4t
WANTED Several hundred bushels
Marion county seed corn. Send
samples of what you have to offer
and quotey Kilgore Seed Co., Plant
Citv, Fla. 30-6t
no? sell one
thing llliopt; profit
and double; the :proff
FOR SALE Wakefield cabbage
plants. Immediate shipment. Two
dollars per thousand. Florahome
Plant Co., Florahome, Fla. 30-8t
LARGE Sweet guavas, $2 per six
basket crate, f. o. b., cash with
order. T. B. Snook, Weirsdale,
WOOD When you want wood, phone
506; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, Proprietor. 2i-14t -.
FOR SALE Small lfne of good drugs
suiibl'j icr a doctor who dipiies
drugs. Apply to C. R. Veal, ad
ministrator for the estate of W.
O. VeaL M. Dv 29-6t
LOST One pair man's pants from
car. Finder return to this office
and receive reward. .27-
LOST Pointer dog, white and liver
spotted, medium size, with piece of
prass rope around neck. Keturn to
C. Grady Martin, 29 N. Sanchez
St.i and receive liberal-reward. 3f
Closing Out Sale
Saturday, October 2
Monday, October 4
Now is the time to get your Winter Hat, as
prices will never be this low again. 1 am go go-ingout
ingout go-ingout of business and everybody has an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to secure a High-Priced New Fall
Hat at a great bargain.
Hats as high as $25 $10.50
Hats as high as $15 7.50
Hats as high as $10 - 5.50
Then a Special at 02.95
All brand new Hats, gage and criterion.
M. A. Bostick
Harrington Hall Hotel Corner
OCALA : - FLORIDA
0VEEL4MD, F. O. E. Factory
2 Pass. Roadster. 8895 Pass. Coupe
5 Pass. Touring 895
5 Pass. Sedan
5 Pass. Touring $2,195
5 Pass. Touring 2,195
F. O. B. Factory
Coupe - 82,815
5 Pass. Sedan
We have the Cars on Hand and can make Imme-
diate Deliverp. Please call on us for Demonstration.
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' Home of Overland &
o Willys-Knight C
A. E. GERIG
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBI LE
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICH
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
W. A. TINSMAN
Anything in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering
PHONE 526, OCALA
SHOPPING AT TOE U-SfRVE
JNtI j cli Lj d1A straight
Better and more pleasing than
any mua Havana, cigar.
Ask y our dealer for your favorite sie
JUTyour dealer cant supply you write us.
I. LEWIS CIGAR MfcttNoHKNi
Latest Independent Car Factory in the World
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all co co-tract
tract co-tract work. Gives more and better
work, for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
6 "Vf-C Army records show 30
- -S per cent of the total re-
. jections were for defec defec-?
? defec-? see. J? j
JLWfc tive sight, v
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
. Sec Me :
For all Classes of
Stone, Brick, .Wood :
; and Concrete ;
: Bnlldlng; :
j J. D. IcCasMU
J Phone 446- 728 Wenonm St. I
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
yoo want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
p. m. 17-H
Doing your grocery buying here is just as easy
as falling off of 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, 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.
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.
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 gpods
delivered, will always patronize service stores ;
therefore, the service store will always be
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.
CASH AND CARRY
Opera House DIocIi Occln, Florida
TO GAS' CONSUMERS
Beginning October 1st, the rate for
gas will be $2.50 per thousand feet.
30-tf- OCALA GAS CO.
Drink at our fountain, the most
sanitary in the city. Our glasses are
always clean. Court Pharmacy. 23 ?2t
Hot waffles with mapie sprup
Raising the Family- Pa sun is a ltuie off on his English'
FOR RENT Desirable single Tooms,
or room?-"f li'-ht-, housekeepin:r.
-r . 1 1
LE r-J ISICHA. OOTOfttE f ., eeCKC.lKM-J I WOUEJ I -) WiOw.TOOCl-.-tJ!
Tr9.rjri v T vHoi to .r mtHrij- y U-IWONT J!
n ave. 27-Ct
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. --Z' -3- -3- 'l!&r&r&r&
WE invite you
to inspect our
New Fall Suits
for Ilea and Boys
and our stock of
He (GoiipS JPliraaacy
"The Drug Store on the Square"
If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
-Mrs. X F. Pedrick's friends will re
gret to learn that she is ill at her
Work shirts $1.35, overalls ?2.50.
II. A. Waterman, The Haberdasher.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ritch and the
tetter's brother will leave Sunday for
Ocala House Block
a few weeks' vacation.
See our New Fall Hats
Our ice cream sodas are the best
in the city. Court Pharmacy. 29-3t
Rev. John Conoley will hold serv services
ices services tomorrow morning at 7:30 o'clock
at the Catholic church.
Hot waffles with maple' sprup at
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard return returned
ed returned last night from a pleasant three
weeks' visit at Provincetown, R. I.
Golden grimes apples 10c. a pound.
Phone 2.18. W. A. Stroud. 30-2t
Miss Annie Needham has returned
fiom Jacksonville,, where she had an
operation on her tonsils performed.
Sanitary paper cups used for all
drink3 at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mr. Jack Mitchell has accepted a
position in the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank and is making his home with his
urcle, Mr. L. T. Craft. r
: We carry the most complete line
of trunks, bags and suitcases in cen central
tral central Florida. Jake Goldman. Ir3t
The officers and teachers of the
Methodist Sunday school are request requested
ed requested and urged to be present tonight at
8 o'clock at the church.
J-ff'jt-i-i'-Z'-. w. .O. .?. .O'. A-.
Boy's suits $8.50. $10', $12, $12.50,
$15, $16.50, $18 $20, $25, and $27.50.
Real values. You should see' them be before
fore before your size goes. H. A. Water Waterman;
man; Waterman; The Haberdasher: l-2t
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dumas, Mr. T.
F, Fay of New York city and Mr. E.
II. Martin spent yesterday in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. The gentlemen were in the
University City on professional business.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
righting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Do not forget the good things that
the members of the Catholic church
will have on display and for sale to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 10:30 o'clock at the Ocala
House. There will be the best sort
of pies, cakes, candies, etc.
Don't miss this. a. Nabisco Sundae,
at the Court Pharmacy. 29-3t
Mrs. B. D. Blackburn has returned
home from a visit with her sister,
Mrs. C. F. Flippen at Fort Lauder
dale. Miss Winnie Flippen, who ac accompanied
companied accompanied Mrs. Blackburn to Fort
Lauderdale, will make her home with
her brother and sister-in-law for the
Try, a Club Breakfast at Hunter's.
Cooked just the way you want it.
Served when you want it. .. 30-3t
' "" 1 '
It will be of interest to the friends
of Miss Olivia Toffaletti to learn that
this efficient young lady has accepted
a position in Ocala. Miss Olivia is at
present with the Consolidated Naval
Stores Co. at Lake Wales, where she
has made hosts of friends who regret
to have her leave.
Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. . 29-tf
Misses Margaret and Mamie. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, accompanied by Mrs. McClymonds
motored to Pine Island today. Miss
Margaret Taylor has been assisting
the teachers in organizing many of
the schools in the, county this fall,
and her assistance has been indeed a
great help as she thoroughly under understands
stands understands the work.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Store. .. 8-11-tf
Mrs. Essie Harris will return to
Ocala the middle of this month tt
spend the winter and will have apart apartments
ments apartments at the residence of Mrs. B. T.
Perdue. Mrs. Harris left Ocala early
in the spring for Birmingham, Ala.,
wher she has been with her son, Mr.
Reuben Blalocfc. r Her host of friends
will be verV much' elated to know of
Hot waffles with maple syrup at
s The auxiliary circles of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church will meet at the fol following
lowing following places at 4 o'clock Monday
afternoon: Circle No. 1 at the home
of Mrs. B. F. Morrison; Circle No. 2
at the Presbyterian church with Mrs.
Weihe; Circle No. 4 at the home of
Mrs. Harry Borland. Circle No. 3
will have no meeting, owing to the
absence of the chairman, Mrs. Henry;
Why wait when it costs you money.
We have your overcoat. If you want
it pret it now for later on we might
tell you it has gone. Prices, $15 to
$55. Also have Mackinaw coats and
a rsin coat that will answer for over overcoat.
coat. overcoat. H. A. WATERMAN,
l-2t The Haberdasher.
Albert Bvjrry narrowly escaped a
bad accident the other evening. He
rooms at the Ocala House, and start starting
ing starting to go down found the .elevator
door open. There was no light near,
and seeing the door open he took it
for granted the elevator was on that
fioor. Instead it was. at the landing
"bovti and he plunged thru to the
U-.rr. 'Ibi -;c2 severely hurt but 13
WEE and GMOCE
The Quality Store
I M. A. WAf
dng for the Boy
Fall Suits, Odd Pants, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Waists, Shirts and Ties.
:oy Scout: Equipment
Goodrich Tires and Tabes
Gaso!ine9 Oils and Accessories
107 Ocklawaha Ave.
. S. MIMSMALL
Plumbing, Heating and
SUPPUES OF ALL KINDS
14 IV. Fcrt Kiag Ave.
Phone No. 419
? Colombia Storage Battery Seice
x OCALA MOTOe CO.
ij X!IAS;.L SIMHIOIiS, Prop.
h Agents tor
Columbia, Cole, CMwolet
Paris tor All Cars
ley & Barnett, 0caLaio?kusc
kala High School Athletic
Our present Athletic Association was organized
September, 1919. The first officers were -Ernest Hensley,
President; Fred Winer, Vice-President; Robert Hall, Secre Secretary
tary Secretary and Treasurer.
The association began its activities by the immediate
organization of a foot-ball team. This team renrftsftntH
the High Schools first attempt at foot-ball for several
years, ana. as we Deean practice somewhat late m th
season, we were unable to Dut out a winning team. Al
though we were unsuccessful from an athletic point of
view, material was discovered wnicn is now the founda foundation
tion foundation of a team that will in the future establish a rennta-
tion for itself.
The members of last year's team were as follows:
George Leak Center.
Jacob Melton Right Guard. ....
Nat Mayo Right Tackle,
Ernest Hensley Right End.
Robert Blake Left Guard.
Robert Smith Left .Tackle.
James Fielding Left End. v
Charles Britain Quarter Back.
Fred Winer -Right Half. V
Harold Smith Fill 1 Back.
Walter Handin Left Half.
Our team this year is composed of the following
Alfred Meadows Center Center-Marion
Marion Center-Marion Lummis Right Guard.
Ralph Cleveland Right Tackle. v
Junie Counts Right End.
Arthur Douglas Left Guard.
John Cook Left Tackle. x
Jack Williams Left End.
Wycliffe Steele Quarter Back.
Joe Moses Right Half.
Harold Smith Full Back.
George Leak Left Half.
. Nat Mayo, our manager for this vear. has communi-
w W 9
cated with several outside teams, but so far no games
nave been scheduled. However, we expect to play our
first game within the next month.
Owing to the fact that our foot ball practice extended
into the basket bali season our basket ball team did not
amount to very much, but we are hoping for a better team
Our last year base-ball team made a better showing
than either the foot ball team or baket ball team; how
ever, there is still room for improvement which we intend
to make this year. Last year our team was represented
by the following:
Ernest Hensley and Willard Steele, pitchers;: Wycliffe
Steele, catcher; Fred Winer, first baseman; Harold Smith,
second baseman; A. T. Thomas, third baseman; Jack Wil
liams, short stop; Benny Borden, right field; George Leak,
center field; W. Rl Burhman, left field.
Our team for this year has not been fully decided on.
We did not have a track team last year, but a good
many of our boys are already training lor the track and
we hope to make a good showing this year.
Our association began last year without equipment or
funds, therefore, it was necessary for, us to go in debt to
purchase the necessary equipment, and as our base ball
games were not attended as we had expected we were un-
unable to pay off the increasing indebtedness. We are
going to play our best this year and we are confident that
every game will be worth the money and we earnestly
hope that the citizens of Ocala will give us their most
. i -:
CASH and CAREY
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Feed.
Gasoline and Oils
11 1 MM
sf: Service ; v Quality
THIS SPACE PAID FOR BY
iii iii nil T m
iuoiili Sill m
Western Steaks and Chops
If you get it at'HUNTER'S
- -t M Ml
Tfieus Brs. FiiFiItQFe Co.
Everything In the
5) Raby Carriages Phoscgraphs
" M. 'w. fucmi
Waffle Irons -Curling
Washing Machines Vacuum Cleaners
Portable, Desk and Floor Lamps
Edison Mazda Lamps
Tfte Specialty Shop
cala Coca-Cola Bottltn
All Kinds of School Supplies
' W w'S-' 'W v v vU vi is'ZJ "Cly '.JV vVvV;
We can save you money on your
fall suit. Jake Goldman. l-3t
TO THE -WOMEN OF FLORIDA'
; You have for years pled and work worked
ed worked for equal suffrage; ;
The nineteenth s amendment to the
constitution of the United States,
made possible by a recent act of the
legislature of the state of Tennessee,
gives yea equal "soil rtge-J V. ?
Ycu cr.r.r.zt exe'reisa your riht of
suffrage unless you register.
The time for registration closes on
You do not have to pay a poll tax
nor tell your age to register, if you
are over twenty-one years eld. Just
go to the registration officer and he
does the work for you.
The responsibility is on you. Youi
request for equal responsibility, and
that is what equal suffrage means,
has been rcr.ted.
Every white man and every white
woman should be willing to go out
into the highways and by-ways and
compel the white women to come in"
. A large number of men and women
are ready to work if they had leaders
to tell them where to go and what to
- Organize now and get all who will
" The Federation of Women's Clubs
of Florida was one of the leaders in
the fight for equal suffrage. Let is
be one of the principal leaders in this
movement for a full registration.
In the name of the white citizenry
of Florida, in the name of everything
just and holy, get busy, register now
and cast your ballot in November.
I am ready to go anywhere and do
anything I can to assist in this mat matter.
ter. matter. Very respectfully,
W. A. McRae,
Commissioner of Agriculture.
Tallahassee, Fla Sept. 28th.
Pont fail to visit the Guarantee
LClothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
lghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
RALLY DAY AT THE
" 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 thsir
kin-folks, their friends and all others
who may not be afSiiated with ary
other Sunday school.
They expect to make this on tf
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.
Our motto is prompt service. K en?
your crdsrs to 243, Cook's I.IrT::t tr.l
Grocery. ; z
CCALA EVEONG STAR, tuiui, OCTOBER ,1, 1920
Temperature this morning, 44 j this
afternoon, 73. .
If quality counts, our hats lead.
Jake Goldman. l-3t
Mr. R. L. Lytle of Lake Weir was a
business visitor in the city this morn morning.
Onlv one drink served in each cup
at'Gerig'3 Drug Store. 29-tf
Mrs. Arms homelike boardinghouse
reopened this morning and her orph orphans
ans orphans are rapidly flocking in.
Before you buy your fall suit, look
over ourline. Jake Goldman. l-3t
Mr. and Mrs. John Mathews of
Candler were shopping in the city to today.
day. today. '.r V'i v v
We are agents for the Wolk-Over
and Beacon shoes. Jake Goldman. l-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Painter have
named their pretty little daughter
Name Your Own Terms
Name Your Own Terms
Name Your Own Terms
Golden grimes apples 10c. a pound.
Phone 218. W. A. Stroud. 30-2t
marriage license to Mr. John R. Long
and Miss Jewell Beatrice Usry.
The council didn't pass the ordi ordinance,
nance, ordinance, but we put in the individual
Bcrvice. Gerig's Drug Store, v 29-tf
Mis3 Rachel Veal is now assisting
in the office of the superintendent of
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
" 1 1 .. j:
that Mr. and Mrs. Latchum made dur during
ing during the winters that they spent in the
city who will learn with much regret
that Mr, Latchum' recently passed
away at his home at Des Moines. With
the exception of last winter. Mr, and
Mrs. Latchum made their home with
A 1 s .r i II
TELL US HOW YOU
THINK YOU OUGHT TO
PAY FOR YOUR NEW
PATHE. WE'LL AGREE
TO ANY KIND OF
TERMS THAT ARE
One small initial payment,
and we make immediate de delivery
livery delivery to your home of one
of these incomparable, su supreme
preme supreme phonographs a genu genuine
ine genuine Pathe, complete with all
the features that have made
the Pathe the most famous
phonograph in the world.
The remainder of the price
is spread out over easy in instalments
stalments instalments to suit your convenience.
Come and select your phon phonograph
ograph phonograph now, and then play it
while you pay.
LOST Sept. 3Gr about 3 p. m. on Or Orange
ange Orange Ove or 8th St., one 33x4 Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich Silvertown cord :tire and rack
attached. eRturn to W. C. Blood and
MEETING OF BEEKEEPERS
Gainesville, Oct. 1. A state-wide
meeting of beekeepers will be held
at Gainesville on October i 6th at
which time many important phases of
the beekeeping industry will be dis discussed
cussed discussed by experts. The meeting date,
October 6th, is the second day of the
citrus seminar and visitors will have
the opportunity of attending both the
citrus growers' and bookkeepers'
meetings. , j 5
Among the speakers on the pro
gram of the beekeepers may be
mentioned J. P. Anthony of Apala
chicola, S .S. Alderman and C. F.
Glenn of Wewahitchka, J. T. DeLacy
of Havana, J. W. Barney of Palma
Solo, C. M. Biorseth of Sarasota, W
S. Hart of Hawks Park. H. D. Mc Mc-Michael
Michael Mc-Michael of Tampa; R: C. Boswell of
Wilson, K. E. Bragdon of Coeoa, J.
J. Wilder of Waycross, Ga. C. E.
Bartholemew of Miami and Messrs,
-Wilmon Newell, Frank Stirling, C. A.
Rees and J. Chaffin of Gainesville.-
Boy's 'and girls' club work under
the direction of county agents will be
features. It is also likely that a
state bookkeepers' association will be
formed at this time and all county
and local beekeepers associations in
the state have already selected their
.delegates to the Gainesville meeting
for this purpose. The meeting is an
all-day one, will include beekeeping
demonstrations at the university and
is expected to be the most largely
attended meeting of beekeepers ever
held m Florida. All parties interest
ed m be culture are invited 1 to be
LAKE HAS BEEN
OFFERED SMITH'S JOB
. GOLDMARI, Why Pay More?
1 I VI
W wwp Al I IPO' .B Arvf
f MsnaM Esspejss, how my back
bnrtE n the ttcreinsl" It's fill
esce of that
sre not able
to get rid of
it. Euvh con conditions
ditions conditions you
life by taking
'Anmic" (Enti-nric-add). Thi3
can be obtained at almost any drnsr
itore, in tablet form.
Whtn your kidneys get sluggish
end clog, you suffer from back
acne, sick-headache, dizzy spells,
or twinges and pain3 of lumbago,
rheumatism or gqut; or sleep is
disturbed two or three times a
night, get Dr. Pierce's Anuric, it
will put new life into your kidneys
and your entire system. Send Dr.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo,
K. Y.t ten cents for trial package.
At7BUBirt Ga. For many years
I have been doing much heavy work
and my suffering from kidney trouble
seemed almost unbearable at times. I
had tried many kinds ef medicine for
It but in vain. Finally I sent for a
bottle of Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets
and since I have taken them I have
fell like a new woman. I highly recom recommend
mend recommend 'Anuric to all sufferers from
kidney trouble." Mbs. A. B. Clack,
The price of Chandler Automobiles -has been reduced
. $200 om all M
efifective immediately, making it the lowest priced car
- on the market, in its class.
Ocala Auto anil- Garage- Coimpaiay
THE CLEMENCEAU HAT
Cash and Carry
Good IJfngs to Eat Just A rrived
Star Hams Pressed Boiled Hani i
Sliced Breakfast Bacon ;
Smoked Bacon. I
Clover Bloom Butter Apples
Fleischmann's Yeast J
Celery Cabbage Z
Paris, Sept. 30. Little did former
Premier Clemenceau, when he jour journeyed
neyed journeyed to the front during the trou troubled
bled troubled days of 1918. think that the fun funny
ny funny little slouch hat that he wore on
those ; occasions, would become the
special headgear to be worn with
evening clothes. .The Clemenceau hat
however seems destined to have a
"Ever since the war men have been
feeling the ned of a special head headgear,"
gear," headgear," a prominent Paris hatter says.
"The silk hat is too formal; the opera
hat is too theatrical; the bowler looks
provincial and soft gray hats and
straw hats are out of place with eve evening
ning evening dress. The Clemenceau hat
which is black, light to wear, easily
transportable and capable of being
crushed into an overcoat pocket in
case of need, will solve a long felt
want that well dressed men feel es especially
pecially especially since the war."
The Clemenceau hat .occupies a
prominent place at the Lepine exhibi
tion in the Grand Palais.
Fresh Milk and Buttermilk
Everything New and Fresh, Courteous Treatment and
Saving to YOU by Trading Here.
ABBOTT & LUFFMAW r
Phone 562 7 N. Magnolia St.
Sanford, Sept. 30. Rumors to the
effect that Forrest Lake of Sanford,
has been tendered the appointment to
the state road department, in the
vacancy to be caused by the expira expiration
tion expiration of the term of Chairman M. M.
Smith on October 5, were substantiat substantiated
ed substantiated by Mr. Lake today. He stated that
Governor Sidney J. Catts had offered
him the position but that he had not
yet reached a decision in the matter.
"Chances are good that it will be ac
cepted at .a later date," he said, how
BEST FOR HOME SHINES SAVE THE LEATHER
THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES PACKAGES-Also
Also PACKAGES-Also PASTES and LIQUIDS for Black, Taa and 7hite Shoes
THE F. F. D ALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD., -A BUFFALO, N. Y.
Oo to Jake's for your guns and
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGB
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
:sv o'clock until further' notice
Jake Brown, Secretary. 1 w
, A. L. Lucas, W. M.
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerier'a ri,. e. oo
O OWIC. i .-VJ.
KN1QHTS OF PYTHIAS
u ala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
v,, urugstore. a coruiai
welenm fn, ,i.:i.t Ai
v viaiung promers.
i J. W. Akin, C. C
Chas. K. Sage. K. of E. & S.
w- K. Lane. M. physician' and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.
Orsla. Fla. 0
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:23p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-erf.izn'i
erf.izn'i sov-erf.izn'i ere alaj-s welcome.
C. Bray, C.
C!o,.-K.-R?rp; cir!s. .-
THE WHMHJSOR HOTEL
, U JACKSONVILLE, I1X)RIDA
In the hean of the iity with Hemming Park for" a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER;
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Pw3ARIETs and GROCERY
Phone 243 '
TheStorc of Quality
GO TO LOWER PRICES
Chicago, Oct. 1. The price baro
meter fell here again today.
Retail clothing prices at Maurice
I.. Kotnscnim s coitmng store were
slashed from 20 to 25 per cent, ac
cording to public announcement.
Rothschild declared further reduc
tions will follow.
"The time for readjustment has
come and thej merchant who does not
lewer his prices to conform with the
movement will lose out," said Roth
The second landolrd to reduce
apartment rents this week announced
be had made -a 10 per cent reduction,
,: Reductions of from $50 to $250 in
piano prices have been made by Lyon
& Healy, big piano manufacturers
The wage scale will not be affected by
the reduction, it was said.
Cut Truck Prices
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 1. The Patriot
Motor Company has announced a re
duction of from $200 to $395 in the
price of its trucks.
Potatoes Off $1
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 1. Pota
toes hit the price toboggan here to
day. The wholesale price was 50
cents a bushel, a' reduction of $1.
Sugar Prices Slump
New York, Oct. 1 The sugar mar market
ket market weakened, again yesterday and
prices declined for both raw and re refined
fined refined grades. .The Federal Sugar Re Refining
fining Refining Company reduced its prices a
half cent to the basis of 13 cents a
pound for "fine granulated.
Chicago Futures Drop
Chicago, Oct. 1. Wheat futures
dropped nine Scents on the Chicago
beard of trade today. Other grains
also declined. : Heavy liquidation, due
to the continued decline in prices of
various commodities, was the princi principal
pal principal factor.
what have you to sell or trade?
Oiuftfire &ofietij Brand (Elothee areiold
Ci a d ft
0 A. a ft C, 1920
In Accents Mild
We Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters for this
community and we want
to Whisper Softly in your
ear that we Guarantee
Oils, Gas ahd Accessories to.
OCAEA HOUSE BLOCK
Ly w se
ocietv israncl lot
should buy them
When a man puts on Society Brand Clothes he, in a
measure of speech, steps entirely out from the crowd
of commonplace clothes wearers he becomes a
Society Brand Clothes i give distinction of appear
ance through their skill and good judgment in tailor tailoring.
ing. tailoring. It is tailoring without fancy trimming-tailoring
without a flaw.
We find that die men who think ahead of the
cvovm lil Society Brand Clothes for their style
value; their vcar value and the ease with which they
cau parclc a correct-fitting suit or overcoat
Guaranteed Clothing & Shoe Co
" The Gathers
Y M. B. 0. D.
ESSEX STUPEBAnCEM I
rpny iviotor Co.,r2i
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as, information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 j-m
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 ym
2:i"ani jVlanatee- 4;05im
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 tm
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NrYork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jk son ville-G a ins vill e 3:35 pm
6:42 am JkBonville-Gnesville 10:13 Dm
2:42 am SLPetsbrg-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 Homoftasn 1 :30 pm
10:13pm Le 1 6:42 am
4:45pm Gf' 111:50 am
Monday, Y Viday.
Tuesday, Tl -ai.
FIRST AID TO
WE ARE NEVER TOO BUSY
To give your Shoe Repairing Prompt
attention. We can serve you while
you wait if desired with the famous
Goodyear Welt System of repairing.
We call for and deliver work free.
SHOE SHINE SERVICE
Every Day including Sunday
deal aHectric SIio z SIiop
114 S." Magnolia St.
Phone 143, OCALA, FLA.
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