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OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 2, 1920.
VOL. 2G, iNO. 237
J, v Vather Forecast: Fair and con con-t
t con-t cool tonight; Sunday fair and
PAY 1 l 3 G II OFF
Two Hundred and Thirty-Seven Mill Million
ion Million Dollars Taken Off Debt in
Washington.. Oct. 2. The nation's
gioss debt was reduced $237,000,000
during September, the treasury de department
partment department announced today.
AVEZZANA GOES AWAY
Baron Avezzana, Italian ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to the United States, is to be
transferred to another post, it was an announced
nounced announced today. His successor was not
McGUIRES ARE BUSY,
IN HUSTLING HASTINGS
Hastings, Sept. 27. Arrangements
have been completed by the'McGuire
Fertilizer and Phosphate company
tb'rouprh which the company will es establish
tablish establish a Hastings office in the room
formerly occupied by the Florida Cit Citrus
rus Citrus Exchange. The office will be
opened" Monday and, for the time be being,
ing, being, W. A.'McGuire, president of the
company, .will make the local office
Officials of the company are busily
engaged in locating and contracting
for such raw materials necessary t.o
teh manufacture of fertilizer .as the
company itself does not produce. Mr.
Thomas McGuire, fiscal agent for the
company, who 'was, in town Friday,
stated that the company is already
engaged in producing finished fertili fertilizers
zers fertilizers and that it. is in position to sup supply
ply supply all the local fertilizer demanded
of it. Palatka News.
When He Told Farmers were of the
First Importance for City
Jacksonville. Sept. 30. A Florida Florida-bred
bred Florida-bred Poland China boar sold here to today
day today for $15,000 This is believed to be
the highest price ever paid for a
southern bred boar. It was sold to J
S. Jones of Adel, Ga.. by Z. C. Her Her-long
long Her-long of Micanopy, this state. Tampa
W. K. Lane, M. IK. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent Btcre,
Ocala, Fla. tf.
Marion, Oct, 2. A plea for better bettering
ing bettering the condition of the farmer and
for improvement of the rural schools,
was made by Senator Harding in his
front porch address today at the re republican
publican republican rally. The speaker also urged
the necessity for" educating farm
adults in current events. He declared
agricultural production was really of
greater interest to city dwellers than
the farmers themselves. ' .-ROOSEVELT
ROOSEVELT .-ROOSEVELT THINKS WE HAVE
'EM ON THE RUN
Louisville, Oct. 2. Speaking- here
today, Franklin D. Roosevelt expens expensed
ed expensed the belief that Kentucky as well as
West Virginia would be found in the
democratic column this November. He
based his belief on the receptions ac accorded
corded accorded him throughout the state yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. i ?
HEADED FOR HOME
Kansas City, Oct. '2. Governor Cox
entered the final lap of his long" west
ern trip when he re-entered Missouri
today, where he makes threespeeches
before returning to Ohio tonight.
TENNESSEE MAN TRYING
TO OUTSTARVE McSWEENY
All His Life, So. It is Strange that
' Senator Crane Died with
( Associated Pressj
Datlon, Mass., Oct. 2. Former U.
S. Senator Murray Crane died at his
home here today of seleping sickness.
He had been in ill health a. number of
Office of the Supervisor was Crowded
with Women Friday
The Presbyterian Sunday school
has its yearly rally day tomorrow.
Every Presbyterian, no matter what
their age may be, is expected to be on
hand and to bring each and all of their
This is to be the largest attended
rally day of all held in this church and
every Presbyterian is responsible for
the success or failure of this big
day. It means every one, for all must
have the interest of the churcw and
Sunday school close to their hearts.
Don't fail to hold up your end of
the work and be there yourself.
,Sunday school services begin at
$1)5 a. m. and the day is Sunday,
October 3d. 1920. Don't forget it, but
WOMEN VOTERS' MEETING
. (Associated Press)
Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 2. A rival
for Lord Mayor McSweeny for fasting
honors is reported fyom Luttrell, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, where John Hubbs, aged 84,
is said to have gone without nourish nourishment
ment nourishment for 39 days. The information
received here gave no information for
C, Oct. 2. Price re
ductions ranging from 15 to 25 per
cent were announced here today by
many merchants. The reductions in include
clude include dry goods, clothing and furni furniture.
ture. furniture. :'
You'll profit by reading the ads in
every day's Star. .-
Yesterday afternoon in the court courthouse
house courthouse the white women voters, were
instructed in the method of voting by
Mr. W. D. Cam. He explained our
voting system in a clear and concise
manner and all present were much
enlightened by. his talk.
The house was crowded with women
and there were a number of men
present. The legislative committee
of the Woman's Club, which was in
charge of this school for voting, de deserves
serves deserves every commendation for it nQt
only gave the opportunity of all inter
ested to learn how to vote, but offered
to convey them to the court room. As
this is such a necessary and good
cause. this committee will arrange for
another meeting next week, the date
to be announced later.
Mrs. W. T. Gary is chairman: of the
committee and those interested should
phone or call on her or the president
of the club, Mrs. H. C Dozier, for
Our, motto is prompt service. Phone
your orders to 243, Cook's Market and
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The following white women regis registered
tered registered in Precinct 1 Friday afternoon:
Eloise B. Lytle.
Nettie M. Poetke.
Ruth D. Ware.
Sara G. Ponder.
Alice H. Drake.
Bertha G. Richey.
Ethel E. Bray..
Betty A. McConn.
Fannie R. Beard.
Clara Y. Ogle.
Dora F. Chalker.
Rebecca W. Hickle.
Dora II. Kindt.
Edna A. Wright.
Elizabeth B. Ayer.'
Thelma S. Van Osjten.
Lela F. Bryant.
Margaret R.- Layne.
Mabel B. Rileal
Luella S. Swajm."
Rosa T. Jennings.
Mignon L. Christie.
May S. Pillans.
Pearl D. Jennings.
Cora S. Smith. -Ethel
Bessie J. Leigh.
Susie G. Baxter.
Molly D. Gates.
Mabel Adele Bittinger.
Allie E. Cox.
Maud P. Vogt.
Nita II. Chazal.
Li Hie T. Marshall.
Stella C. Moree.
Lettie M. Huckaby.
Julia M. Norris.
Minerva M. Meadows.
Alta" S. Hinton.
Nan I. Blankenship.
Georgiana A. TenEyck.
Blanche H. Thompson.
Leah T. Abbott.
Elizabeth C. Savage.
Mattie McC. Shepard. -v
Virginia A. Thorp. r
Carrie F. Baker.
Helen N. Bittinger.
Fannie M. Davis.
Janie S. Edwards.
Delia C. Watt.
Irene B. Clyatt.
Hester D. Chazal.
Alice T. Denson.
Frances L. Jones.
Jennie B. Sexton, v
Lucile M. May.
TB THE 1111
May be the Reaspn for the Decrease
in Population of Mis Mississippi
T Associated Press i
Washington Oct. 2. Mississippi is
the first state to show a decrease in
population in the 1920 census. Its
population of 1,789,182. announced to today,
day, today, shows a decrease of 7932. This
decrease is believed to be due to the
exodus of negroes to the north.
East of the Mississippi river today
temperatures continued considerably
.below the seasonal normal, but the
weather bureau forecast predicted
somewhat warmer weather generally
in the South for Sunday.
STEALING ON A
New York, Oct. 2. Mrs. Angelina
Salomone, wife of the. weatlhy Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn truck man, and her four children
were arrested today in connection
with the wholesale theft of merchan merchandise
dise merchandise consigned for shipment to Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. The police said they found
$30,000 worth of goods the woman
and children stole after the loaded
trucks had been placed in the stable
WILL WORK UP
THEIR OWN WEED
Danville, Oct. 2. The Virginia To Tobacco
bacco Tobacco Growers Association met todav
ito discuss the feasibility of organizing
a tooacoc manufacturing concern with
members of the association 'holding
We will sell on the above mentioned days
40-inch printed Georgette, best quality, at
S1.75 per yard
Every woman wants a Printed Georgette Waist or Dress. The above Georgette
are made by reliable concerns, such a Cheney Brothers.
Don't forget that we are closing out and it will pay you to look us
over before buying" elsewhere. It is true that our stock is not com complete,
plete, complete, but we may have just what you want. If we have, you gain.
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WHY PAY MORE?
BROOKLYN TEAM nAS
A CLEAN BILL
New York, Oct. 2. District' Attor
ney-Lewis announced today that a
thorough investigation by his office
nad failed to disclose anv dan to fix
the 1920 world series basebaH games.
aii tne Brooklyn National League
players were exonerated of any sus suspicion.
picion. suspicion. -
Wish for Nothing So Sincerely
Peace with the Rest of
One Eig Loaf and Two Fine Ei Ei-Handed
Handed Ei-Handed -in for Today's
Copenhagen, Oct. 2. Reports that
the tsrike movement is rapidly spread spreading
ing spreading in Russia and has resulted in. se serious
rious serious disturbances at various places
have been received here. Street con
flicts in Petrograd in which several
soviet commissioners were killed by a
mob, also the 'wounding of Leon Trot Trot-zky
zky Trot-zky are reported. Petrograd people
are said to have demanded immediate
peace with the rest of the world.
This ha.3 been a good day for the
committee. Taylor Bros. saw the
tro-a envoy C,no T Ci-m-v AT TllP-t
the secretary and a member of the
I large and growing cash family
ted up the chairman. Following are tr.e
Donations t3 Date
I J. D. McCaskill
W. T. Gary .
J. P. Phillips
J. H. Benjamin
J. R. Owens
THE USUAL BULLETIN
J ABOUT McSWEENY
'' (Associated Press)
London, Oct. 2. Beginning the
fifty-first day of. his hunger strike,
Lord Mayor McSweeny's condition
this morning was unchanged, though
he spent a fairly comfortable night.
SPECIAL GRAND JURY
Chicago, Oct. 2. The regular grand
jury which has been investigating the
world series scandal ended its session
today, but was immediately made into
a special grand jury and will investi investigate
gate investigate reports of dishonesty in base baseball
ball baseball covering a perior of the last ten
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. P.,
meets every Tuesday evening at thij
.Odd Fellows hall at the corner o:f
port King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D. UcCaskill, N. G.
H. R. LufFman, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
P.. A.-Burford 10.C0
Mrs. R. A. Burfcrd 5.00
Miss Mary Eurford 2X0
R. F. Rogers 10.C0
Barney Spencer 1-C0
Nathan Mayo 5.C:)
J. W. Hunter 1X0
Ocala Banker 5.C0
W. F. Yocura 1XO
W. A. Enisht 1X0
R. L. Martin 1X3
W. K. Zcwadski 1.JJ
G. S. Scott 5X0
W. A. Wilds 1X0
Mrs. James II. Hill 10X0
E. C. Bennett 2X0
M. L. Reynolds. 1X0
Mrs. J R. Moorhead 1X0
J. R. Moorhead 2X3
IW.- W. Stripling 1X0
C. E. Simmons 1X0
Tdylor Eros 25.00
Send or give money to 'any one of
the undersigned members of the
Ocala Fisance Committee. AU con contributions
tributions contributions noted in the Star.
J. IL Benjamin, Chairman.
L. II. Chazal, Secretary.
W. T. Gary, Treasurer.
TOBACCO MEN WILL
REORGANIZE THE MAHTIET
Get the habit of reading the ads.
Ocala Chapter No 29. O. E. S,,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons,, Wv M. i
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Advertise In the Star.
Raleigh, Oct. 2. Tobacco growers
today are holding meetings in ever:;
tobacco growing county in the slate
to organize associations to cope with
the demoralized condition of the to tobacco
bacco tobacco market. They urge 'slow mar marketing
keting marketing and a reduction of acreage.
Mickey say3: "If your tinlr.c-s
isn't worth tdvertisir, aivcrtL: it
Affleck Millinery Parlor
Is presenting Fall trnd
in many New and
Motifs. j V
You are cordiallly
invited to an
I y 'fc
(Near Western Union)
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(Belleview letter was lost some somewhere;
where; somewhere; it came in this morning).
Belleview, Sept. 29. Miss Addie
Jones and Miss Ruby McClendon visit visited
ed visited friends and relatives in Wildwood
Wednesday and Thursday of last
Thursday evening was much enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by all who attended the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment at the town hall in honor of Rev.
E. A. Lawhon and family. Mrs. R. L.
Sumner arranged the following pro program:
gram: program: Introduction, by Dr. Tanner.
"The Shepherd Boy," by Mrs. Nel Nelson.
Song ."Sing, Me a Song of the Sun Sun-nv
nv Sun-nv South" Rev. Lawhon. v
Reading, "Say Hello" -Mariama4
Instrumental, ."Rose Dreams"-
Song, "Star of the East" Ethel
Instrumental, "The Palms" Hilda
Song "The Litte Toy Dog" Lavene
and Nona Lawhon.
Recitation, "Elder Lamb's Dona Donation"
tion" Donation" Eleanor Abshfre.
Song, "Let the Rest of the World
Go By" Mildred Baxter.
Instrumental, "Mount of the Holy
Cross" Mrs. Nelson.
Recitation, "Jimmv in Church"
Song, "Face to Face" Rev. Law Lawhon.
hon. Lawhon. ..
Recitation, "The Raven" Mrs.
Talk by Dr. Taner.
Talk by Rev. Lawhon
Song, "Till We Meet Again" By
Light refreshments were served to
all at the close of the program.
Rev. E. A. Lawhon and afmily left
Friday for South Jacksonville, where
he 'will preach at the Methodist church
there. They will be very much missed
The Epworth League gave a peanut
boiilng at the home of Mrs. Crandall
Friday night, which was much enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by all the young folks.
Misses Ruby McClendon, Addie
Jones, Marjorie Merrill and Mr.
George Newland enjoyed the sights of
nver springs Saturday.
Mr. t. A. Davenport of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who is agent for the Veilie car,
is in town this week.
aiiss Addie Jones returned to her
home near Jacksonville Sunday.
Mr. Freeman Hames has been suf
fenng with a bone felon for the past
rt'K, out n reporter much better.
Dr. Tanner peracher at the Meth
uuisa cnurcn last Sunday, morning
iur. and Mrs. Lee Meadows nd
baby of St. Petersburg, are guests of
sirs, utto baltzweedle this week.
. Rev. Martin will preach at the Ban
tist church next Sunday and the la ladies
dies ladies wil 1, prepare dinner on the
grounds. Every one is cordially invit
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SxVTURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1920
enla Evening Star
j WO MEN SHOULD NOT
r hillKft lnLlK uvu
It. II. Carroll, PrenIdeBt
V. J ren jcmI, Secre I a r y-Tr ?aau rer
J. II. Ileajamlo. Kdltor .
Knterel at Ocala. Fla. postoffice as
ftecond-class matter. :
IlMklneftM Office ........ .-.. Flre-Oae
tentorial Hevartment Two-Stres
MMlelr Reporter Five-One
MIJMIIER ASSOCIATED PRESS
, The Associated Press Is exclusively
milled for the tise for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise ered'ted in this paper and
alo the local news published herein,
rights of republication of special
patches herein are also reserved.
A good many white women. in Mar-
Piit,u.berf Kvery Dsy.Kseept Saaday by ion county are refusing to register,
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY., tho from all we can hear they are
OCALA. FLORIDA. j performing that duty in larger pro-f-
portion than the women m other coun
The republicans of Florida are
making greater efforts than for any
year smce 1892," and are going to poll
a larger vote. They are paying -poll
tf.xes in greater number than usual,
and are depending on the well known
democratic apathy in general elec elections,
tions, elections, on the disinclination of a large
number of of white women to vote,
and on the willingness of the colored
women to go td the polls. All these
elements may be unable to overcome
the. democratic majority, but they
will be certain to euflT down, and
they may cut it down too much.
There- are three classes of women
in tne country, une, tne raaicais,
who care more for .the excitement of
politics and bringing about a change
than anything else. These are few
but dreadfully -noisy men despise
them and their more conservative sis
tt rs distrust them. Then there are a
considerable number who have a high
conception of public duty, and want
the vote in order to perform it. There
is also a large number "who are
against women voting because they
think the sphere of woman is the
home. It is going to be very difficult
to inducethis class of women to vote,
but if they do vote they are going to
be very careful ancL conscientious.
This is the class that it is so difficult
to induce to register. They probably
hold the balance, of power and every
effort should be made to induce them
to register. Last and least, yet too
many, are the riffraff, and they like
the same element among the men
should not vote at all; but they prob
It is the duty of all women who
can qualify to do so, and they have
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COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
Martin Caraballo -, P., Y. Corr
Charles E. Jones W. V. Knott
J. G. Sharon C. B. Wells
Dr. C. L. Collins will conduct the
services tomorrow, beginning his min ministry
istry ministry here.
His subject at 11 o'clock will be
"The Christian for the Times."
The night service will begin at 7:30
and the minister will preach on thelfo
theme, 'Two Ways to Lost Your Soul." X
The minister hopes to see all the j 'SJ
people who can come.
Interesting rally- day eexreises will
be held in the Sunday school at 9:45
m. and a great attendance is ex
The B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:30 p. m.
Dr. Collins and family, will move to
Ocala from DeLand during the com coming
ing coming week. .
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Superintendent Barco says he thinks
that when it comes to women register registering
ing registering that Reddick will be the banner
precinct outside Ocala.
only three more days next Thursday. Hymn, Nearer My God to Thee,
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We have a nice lot of bond-argument
on expensive paper this morning
and we will bet every other newspa newspaper
per newspaper in the state received a similar lot
of dope. Again we ask, "Who "pays,
for it ; V: ';
Superintendent McKenzie of the
light and water; plant, says the plant
is heavily loaded, sometimes enough
to strain the machinery, and yet no
signs of the new turbine engine.
What's the matter? ;
We have received a' copy of a very
fine paner, : that we might call the
New Era Edition" of the Palatka
News. It is an honor to its town and
the men who printed it. In days of
old, we used to exchange 'with the
News, but it has haughtiy withdrawn
. itself from our list, and while we get
along pretty well without it, yet we
wouldn't mind having it.
About that lady polltax business,
Thorn wickedly says: -.,
We have the same proposition ; in
this city. Mighty few women here
who couldn't qualify for at least ten
years younger than God has really
made 'em. I know it!
"Oh, woman, in our hours of ease"-
Make out your age. just what you
But here's a point bless your dear
. ,t soul, "' : ;
Long as you live you H pay your poll;
For there's not-one of you alive ;
Wholl ever reach "Age Fifty-five!"
There Ji.as been some strong pro
fiteering hV house rents in Ocala late
ly, inr which Ocala is imitating other
citias. We, are afraid that the time
is coming when poor people will have
to live together in barracks, and that
will be one of the strongest incentives
to bolshevism that can be made. Won
der what makes property owners so
infernally shortsighted.' Can't they
understand that the ability to have a
pleasant home for-each family, a lit little
tle little apart from every other family, is
one of the strongest supports to civili
zation and the security of their own
; property?, ;;' :.:-')
This should have happened to
Bromides or Thorn but instead it hap happened
pened happened to us. There are a lot of pretty
young married ladies around Ocala, on
many of. whom w,e,have: first looked
with admiring eyes when they kicked
their heels and coo-erooed in their
baby carriages. We met one of them
the other day pushing a perfect peach
of a baby in its little cart. We stop stopped
ped stopped the procession to look at the kid,
bragged on it and told the young lady
how much it looked like her. "Yes,"
she said, "it is a pretty child; wish it
was mine." Then she smiled on us as
sweet as maple sirup on buckwheat
cakes, and pushed the ? baby cart on
its, way For once, we had nothing to
say. : ...
A 0 O v
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With a Noticeable Decline in Prices on
Merchant of All Kinds
Subject, "Obligation and Privilege
of Our Church."
Miss Mamie Smedley, leader.
Hymn, Love Divine.
Scripture lesson, Ps. 84:1-12; Luke
Our Attitude to Church, Bible read
ing led by Ralph Simmons.
Consecration hymn, Take My Life.
The Bible Our Text; Book Miss
The Leaguer's Duty to the. Church
Carroll C. Fraser.
Song," More Love to Thee.
Influence of Church Music Miss
Reading, My Bible and I Miss Thel-
- Vocal selection, The Old
Bell Miss Edith. Baker.
Original poem, The Old Man
Church Miss Lenora Colby.
Hymn I Love Thy Church O Lord.
Voluntary Service Miss Maud Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Little.
Song, The Church in the Wild wood
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THESE ARE BUSY DAYS IN THE STORE HISTORY MAKING
DAYS FOR NOW, THROUGH OUR ALERTNESS TO SAFEGUARD
OUR INTEREST WE CAN ANNOUNCE MANY NEW PURCHASES
WHICH WILL BRING THE GOOD NEWS OF LOWER PRICES.
A GREAT MANY OF OUR PATRONS" WILL SHOW THEIR APPRECIA APPRECIATION
TION APPRECIATION OF OUR EFFORTS TO BRING ABOUT REDUCTIONS BY
SELECTING NOW THE THlSGS THEY HAVE PUT OFF BUYING
DURING THE PAST WEEKS.
Fine Collectloii oi
Friday and Saturday to do so.
THAT CARRIES WEIGHT
with, prayer, kneeling.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
We have received the following I
from our old firend, C. O. Codrington,
of the DeLand News, in regard to Dr.
C, L. Collins, who Jias become pastor
of the Ocala Bantist church! Knowincr
as we do that Chris has an armor- Mvery memDer oi tne cnurcn is urged
clad heart, and that it takes osme- ?-0 attend.
li a. m
9:45 a. m.- Sunday school.
Rev. W. F. Crespn, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Rally day exercises.
thing etraordinary to get next to it,
we think his letter a weigthy recom
mendation. It follows:
DeLand, Sept. 24, 1920.
Dear, Brother Benjamin: This will
introduce to you my good friend, Dr.
C. L. Collins, who goes to Ocala to
become pastor of your Baptist church
Morning service. Subject,
The, Security of Believers."
8 p. m. Evening service.
Our Common Heritage."
With Uncommon Verve and Dash
Many of the Fall and Winter Suits take
as their hobbies irregular lines, achieving
this much wanted effect sometimes with,
panels and sometimes with unique pocket
treatments. However this showing embraces
quite a number of other striking different
Both Smart and Agreeably Warm
Truly this is a very representative dis display
play display for it presents not only the practical
utility garments which women find indis indis-pensable
pensable indis-pensable for general knock-about. wear, but
modes of the gracefully draped, wrappy
types. Both types are becoming.
Prices from $19.50 upwards
Prices from $21.50 upwards
Everything points indisputably to this fact Variety, Quality, the
- Beauty of the Styles and the AMAZING REDUCTIONS which careful pur-
chasing makes possible. The fabrics and the styles are dependable and
v the prices range from 5 V
- $19.50 upwards?
Individuality in Blouses
Sportive Plaid Skirls
You don't take any chances when you
buy one of these New Plaid Skirts for .our
experience has proven that they are becom becoming
ing becoming to all types. In addition to that they
are durable and most reasonable as to
is a matter, of color, say some modes
offering as evidence vivid greens, blues and
, red-brown tones. Other blouses contend
that tucks, frills and, beads are responsible.
Hand-made Voile Blouses are unusually
popular and we have an abundance of these
The Fashion Center
C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor.
9:45 a2 m. Sunday school. W. T.
You will find Dr. Collins a Christian Gary, superintentdent. 5
e-entleman a p-ooH. wiHe-awako riti- 11 a m. Morning, service. Subject
t if .' I n-f aarmrvn Ta Pliripf !o fn Vi. I i4C i
zen, ana a nve newspaper man. n ne ; . j M1C r:: .-v.
has time, you will do well to have Aimes. KiAH
him cover any church happenings fori x u ,.
you, and will find that he does it just P- m. evening service, bub bublike
like bublike a.veteran newspaper man, as he Ject, "Two Ways to Lose Your-Soul."
is. I bespeak for Dr. Collins the!
FflR TflRPIlT 11VER
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9;45 a. m. Sunday school. All r.mtnA'f imnnan Talks of His
AMJ J l . I
cnnuren ana teacners are urged tO.De r i i r t..
present: r Succeisfal Use of Black-Draught
11 a. m-Holy communion and ser- ; fr CnUt and HeadacLeS.
8 p. m. This will be the first of the
Jamestown. Tenn. "I have used
kindest treatment at your hands, and
vouch for him to -you.
Sincerely your friend,
Chris O. Codrington.
- -. V
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
amner family style. Uest dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
xrnn wont Timo f nr Hinnafi 11 o m f rv 1 evening services for this fall. Subiect
o.Qr. v. 1 of sermon. "Some Points nf SiTYiinlrifvl Thedford s Black-Draught for years, in
between Ancient and Modern Saints."! iaci 13 ,,
. v. I aoes me any boou, any a
x I a ma11 lvtwrvt iiiTwhorrnfln fT
Christian Science Society
Room 5,- Merchant's Block
10 a.im. Sunday school.
11 a. m Sunday service
8 p. m. Wednesday.
" Arrival and departure of passenger
cra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave .Arrive felt and velour hats. II. A. Water
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork. 2:10 am wan, The Haberdasher. l-2t
CHANGE THAT HAT
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pn Sovereign C. K. Sage, Ocala:
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R- R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am next meeting with the Sparr camp,
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 cm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:3o pm SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
pm xiomosassa 1:30 pm
10:1 3pm Leesburg s 6:42 am
4:45 pm : Gainesville 11:50
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturdsv
this place. t'When I was single, I used
it for headaches, and especially u i
get a cold and feel feverish, I take a
good dose of Black-Draught, and it
sets me right.
"Since I hav.e been married, I nave
used it In my "family, and never have
found Its equal, for torpid liver or dls-
t. traA tftTi n r h esTieciallr with
Let us show you our line of cloth, children. ; I can recommend Black-
Draught, and gladly do so.
Every member of .the family occa occasionally
sionally occasionally needs the assistance that
Black-Draught can give, in helping to
cleanse the system and relieve or pre prevent
vent prevent the troubles that come from a
lazy, torpid liver.
If your liver Is not doing Its duty,'
you may suffer with headache, consti constipation,
pation, constipation, biliousness. Indigestion, etc.
Unless relief is obtained, serious sick sickness
ness sickness may result In its long and suc successful
cessful successful use, Thedford's Black-Draught
has been found in thousands of cases
to relieve such disorders, by stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating the liver to do its important work.
Ask for Thedford's Black-Draught,
and Insist on the "genuine. NC-137
is Out Success
J A P
4.U0pm Mr. Chas "K". Sno-P Tina roivoH
1:35 pm I Summerfield, Fla., Sept. 27.
Dear Sovereign: r The Marion
Woodmen Association will hold its
at Sparr, Wednesday night, Oct. 6th.!
iErmg a good delegation. Let's have
a 'good old fraternal meeting,
H. G. Shealy, Sec'y.
P. S. Dont forget the ladies.
FLOORING FOR SALE
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS
I have four or five county schools
yet unsupplied with teachers. These
Just received, carload Martel No. 2 sChools will pay from $75 to $100 per
- m s
(A variety) t
flooring at reduced prices; $46 per M
jonn J.nomson. z-6t
TI HAS ALWAYS been. the policy of this bank to
J- manifest a friendly, personal interest in, the wel welfare
fare welfare of depositors. We do not merely wish for the
success of our depositors; we work for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely,
bound up with the welfare of its customers.
E STRIVE to meet the Tequirements of our cus customers
tomers customers in a manner consistent with right bank
Muriroe & Chamhliss Natio
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OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
are all up, but
have as good as any
one and as cheap
as any store giving
honest weights and
selling goods each
item on its own
We (!o not sell one
thing without profit
and double the prof prof-t
t prof-t it on another item.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday 'eve 'evenings
nings 'evenings of each month. Visiting breth breth-ren
ren breth-ren always welcome. Lodge-' rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the" Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
what have you to sell or trade?
month for six months. If .there is any
lady in Ocala or the county who would
like to'teach one of these schools, I
will "be glad to give you further in information.
formation. information. If you have no certificate
and desire to teach, I think I can ar
range for vou to do so. Call officii
phone 141 or residence phone 191 or
I will be glad to see you at my office.
29-6tdly-ltwky W. D. Carn. Supt.
RALLY DAY AT THE
The Presbyterian Sunday school
will have a rally day on Sunday, Oct. n
? ... -.- -p -r. y- -:. "". yT j. Li
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.
NOTICE TO AUXILIARIES
Members-of the Women's Auxiliary
of the American Legion are urged to
meet next Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock on the second floor of the
armory. riease come ana neip us i
build up our. local organization.
Claire L. Moremtn, Sec'y.
All state and countv licenses dua
1st, 1920. Any one doing
bi: siness without license after this
date subject to double tax.
W. V. Stripling,
30 Tax Collector.
Hot waffles with maple sprup
Our stock of fresh
planting is now in.
s?eds for fall
Raising the FamHy-
That Ktrs yet defender of the family presttqo "TP Tl
: Ocala Seed Store:
T, ..-,,.,. I .... f X' : .,
.-'H4TtONAt'CTOOCOfW. "'&-m ii I nil mmKjJ ,. , 111 1
a ,4 a
- S PEG I AtL 8
Tt?TO) A TslVf
The Fashion Center
Ocala .' -Florida
A Special purchase of heavy quality
Georgette Crepe in all the season-,
able colors, at less than pre-war
prices. Special for
Saturday, Oct. 2
If you have any "society
phone to five-one.
Hot waffles wftfi mapie sprup at
Burbank, Oct.-1. Mr. Max Bogue
returned to Palatka Friday after
spending a pleasant vacation" here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs., W. C.
A lady told us yesterday that she
did hope the opponents of woman's
suffrage would not be guilty of entic
ing rats or mice to linger in the
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Work shirts $1.35, : overalls $2.50.
II. A. Waterman The Haberdasher.
. i i,
Sunday will be observed as rally
day at the Baptist Sunday school. A
special program has been prepared
for the Sunday school hour, and a
large attendance is desired.
The Fashion Center
OCALA - Florida
Hot waffles with manle snruD at
m it a I
Simmons Futch, the young son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Futch, is quite
i!I at the home of his parents. It is
.hoped by the many friends of this
bright little boy that he- will soon be
i well again.
' a ft
Go to Jake's fqr your guns and
i ammunition. l-3t
Mr. Lester Rilev has returned "to
Ocala to again make his home and
nas accepted a position in iir. d. r
Condon's garage. Mr. Riley has for
the past few months been at Dunnel Dunnel-lon,
lon, Dunnel-lon, in the employ of the Dunnellon
Cash' -'and Carry:
Good Things to Eat Just Arrived; :
Star Hams 7 Pressed Boiled Ham
Sliced Breakfast Bacon
. Smoked Bacon
- Clover Bloom Butter Apples
Fresfi Milk and Buttermilk
Everything New and Fresh, Ccurieosis Treatment and
r' A Saving to YOU by Trading Here.
ABBOTT & LUFFMAW
Phone 562 "7 N. Magnolia St.
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
Boy's suits $8.50, $10, $12, $12.50,
$15, $16.50, $18, $20, $25, and $27.50.
Re,al values. You should see them be before
fore before your, size goes.- H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, The Haberdasher. l-2tN
Miss Stella Camp left this afternoon
for. Boston to resume her studies on
one of the colleges of that city. She
was accompanied to Jacksonville by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Uamp, and sister. Miss Nettie Camp
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
righting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker will
return to Ocala on the 15th of Octo
ber after an extended stay at Battle
Creek, Mich., for the benetfi of the
former's health. Their many friends
will be very much pelased to learn
that Mr. Hocker's health is improving
and he can now return home to carry
out the treatment he has been under
going at Battle Creek.
Try a Club Breakfast at Hunter's.
Cooked just the way you want it
Served when you want it. 30-3t
Mrs. J. H. Mason of Tampa will ar
rive in Ocala the last of next week to
spend a week with her mother, Mrs.
M; H. Stovall and other relatives.
Nanie Your Own Terms v :
Name Your Own Terms
Name Your 'Own-Terms
Sanitary paper cups used for all
drinks at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
We carry the most complete line
of trunks, bags and suitcases in cen
tral Florida. Jake" Goldman. l-3t
m ill :-
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 one6
of these incomparable, sS sS-preme
preme sS-preme 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-
'stalments to suit "your convenience.
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
dasher. l-2t ".
I a a
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor of vicinity oi tne pons on election oay.
Canton. OViin nrrivpd the latter nart I
, J - - M 1 w.. .
of the week. They have purchased u 8 a neutral person inaeea wno
property here and will make this can eook anel food and devi1 food
thpir TTr.ui hi TnnnaohniA I cases on tne same aicemoon.
V lib V- aavr MiJVU WAV.
roods arrive tpv are visitinc an nld-
time fnVnH Mr f!nriHnA RfiVHs M there is one special thing, more
Some of the nnp- nPotle from hpr than another, that flies are noted for,
attended a peanut boiling at Marsh- 11 13 Dacjssiiamg.
ville Frirlnv nirfit ATiss Trpn TTall I
was the hostess and the affair w an Let "come south" be your slogan,
enjoyabel one. J yung man- Our skyscrapers do not
Mr. Sam Messiok who is at present 10fp f,100 ana "gw. on your cnest,
his home here.
Mrs. Christine Stigile entertained
as spend the day guests last Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Dunnick.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holman of An
thony spent Sunday with their par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Priest.
Mrs. W. C. Bogue and son, Billy
are visiting her daughter, Mrs. John
my shake, as they do in California.
John Spencer says George Wash
ington deserves credit for journeying
through this vale of tears without
telling one of them things, that he
just has to tell, sometimes, to sell a
car. He should remember, however,
that George was never asked how
many" miles he could get out of his
Tilchman in PnUtlrn
Mrs. Sam Messick left Wednesday Peiro1 wagon on a gauon oi gas
t-k .1 a ... - I
ior raiatka, wnere sne will join her
Mr. Bryant Hitchcock 'arrived Wed
nesday and is visiting his mother,
Mrs. hva L. Hitchcock.
A certain young man breezed into
his home the other evening just in
time for his inquisitive sister to find
a "thread of gold" shining prominent-
H. I. Turner was an Ocala visitor Iy n, J?mvK'--?ao? "Y?.Gd.s!"
said he, "I wish to the Lord, the girls
Mr. C. N. Baker left Wednesday for fr Se 8ake.tff. pea? a?? armo" f
TO GAS CONSUMERS
Beginning October 1st, the rate for
gas will be $2.50 per thousand feet.
30-tf OCALA GAS CO.
YOU CAN SAVE
On your shoe bills by having us re-
u i i i""
UT suoea. vur cnarges are buds, the nectar of planetary
uik'ucion;, auu vyc guarantee satisiac-
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
. m ?ruj
- am vJB WW
Gerig's T)ruV Store has instituted
"individual service at its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. 29-tf
Why wait when it costs you money.
We have your overcoat. If you want
it get it now for later on we might
tell you it has gone. Prices, $15 to
$55. Also have Mackinaw coats and
la rain coat that will answer for over overcoat.
coat. overcoat. H. A. WATERMAN,
l-2t The Haberdasher.
The Kind to
II Barn Trusts Thcur
DA VIES, The Tire Man
: Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Army records show 30
per cent of the total Te-
would wear hair nets during the
moulting season; now 111 never get
through hearing about this."
What follows, is honest as gospel
statistics, compiled by some one who
knows, and they show that 47 years
hence out of every 100 healthy young
men now 25 years old, 36 will be
dead, one will be rich, four will be
wealthy, five will be working to sup
port themselves -and 54 will be de
pendentsdependent either upon rel relatives,
atives, relatives, friends or charity. Forty
years It sounds unbelievable. Yet it
is proved by the records of the big
gest bank in Florida.
Reading some old poems (written
by one of Ocala's most beloved poets,
now long since, passed into the glory
land) we are fraught to believe that
the birth of a poem is a chrysalis of
winged thought v set free from the
garden of the soul, embodying the
moonbeams and starbeams even unto
the breath of the-morning zephyrs.
His rhymes were as pure as dewdrops
on the lips of nature's sweetest rose-
ments nurtured in the heart of a soul
overwhelmed with. pangs of manifold
sufferings and disease unconquerableJ
All Ocala loved Leon Hanlon. i f
"Marion county roads are some
cussable," says a man who knows
what he is talking about. There is
no manner by which one can drive, to
save his new tires. Of course, there
are some flush-heads who have plenty
o the mazuma and just naturally
love to buy new tires at frequent in
tervals. To such as that there s an
onen road and broad is the way. Go
to. it, young. man.
Enrollment at the high school
shows how fast people are coming for
the winter season, and a walk about
the avenues any pleasant afternoon
reveals many new. faces, ,iair ana
beautiful, and now and then a new
derby hat to add color to the scene.
Hustling, bustling Americans havfe
gotten into the habit of thinking that
any time is the best time to read a
newspaper, so they read iheirs on the
train and throw them away. For
fact, the best time to read a news
paper is in bed at night. And after
this the best time to read it is tlje
second time. When you have skim
med your paper put it aside, and go
over it again. What you have missed
the first time is exactly what you
want to know about.
Blowing bubbles is not half
hard as bursting them.
w.wt-' uve signi.
We wonder what has become of the
' wtrm q too fn-r A o. old-f ashionedr biscuits, the kind that
J VVViVaaU T V AVA V W I
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
were as large as a saucer
fluffy as white: snow.
Try a Club Breakfast at Hunter's.
Cooked just the way you want it.
Served when you want it. 30-3t
Before buying your fall hat, give
me a trial to suit you. jase uom-
. Come and select your phon phonograph
ograph phonograph now, and then play it
while you pay.
If quality counts, our hats lead.
Make Goldman. l-3t
For all Classes oi
Stone, Brick, Wood
Why Pay More?
The hosts of friends of Miss Mary
Piatt will be delighted to learn that
she will arrive in Ocala next Wednes
day to spend the winter, and will
again make' her home with the family
of -her brother-in-law. Mr. D. W.
A slip of the foot may often be re
covered, but that of the tongue per
An experienced auto driver says
that in case of an emergency, a fel fellow
low fellow acts first and thinks afterwards.
We had a full : illustration of auto
matic thinking just a few evenings
since, when our twin brother, dodged
a passenger train near Tavares. Had
he found it necessary to think what
he was going to do, he and all who
Iwer with Jrim would have undoubted-
Y Tk TlffrnlrSIl
2 Ir lJ. IfltldalUll ly have been. killed. As it was, he
Phone 446. 723 Wenona St.
PYLES & PERKINS
.......................... ..... i
speeded up and jumped the car ahead
of the engine. Automatically we were
over the track and headed down the
right of way, before he realized what
he was doing or how he was doing it.
Speaking of it later, each of the party
saw the tram sweep out from behind
behind a bayhead near the crossing,
We saw a little woman slip down into
MARKET and GROCERY
- ThelStoFe 01 Quality
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're fnncral Directors & LdbalmeFS the tonneau and a big man grip hard
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf -r o te-the sides of the car, while we
7 j "gripped" a sleeve until over the
We are agents for the Walk-Over Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White! track and safe. It was a thrilling
and Beacon shoes. Jake Goldman. l-3t
The council didn't pass the ordi-!
nance, but we put in tne maiviauai
Gerig's Drug Store,
Phonesoo and 225. Open All Night.
. OCALA. FLORIDA
stunt and a magnificent demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of automatic thinking.
We can save you money on your
fell suit. Jake Goldman. l-3t
there will be a business session of the
missionary society of the Methodist
church, held in that church. JFollow JFollow-ing
ing JFollow-ing this meeting, Miss Annette Gist
will give a most interesting and in
structive lecture that will be of great
benefit to any one to hear, as she has
only recently returned from Japan,
where she was most active in mission
ary work. Miss Gist has many friends
in this county. She is originally from
r t .'. I Mcintosh, whether parents now re
side. The members of the Methodist
church extend a cordial invitation to
all those interested in missionary
work of the other denominations of
the city and the public generally to
attend this meetingr
Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, TINSMAN
Anything in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering
. PHONE 526, OCALA
- -' "at ".
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all co co-fcract
fcract co-fcract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any ether
contractor in the city.
KNiJHTS OF PYTHIAS
- Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co, drugstore.- A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. W. ATrin, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
SHOPPING AT TOE U-SEIVE
Doing your grocery buying here is just as easy
as falling off ot 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 heje. you can take your time.
You soon learn where the goods are, and you
will find it a pleasure to do yourjwn 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 itselC 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 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 but. If you are
waiting for some one, please wait for them
at the front.
CASH AND CAREY
Opera House Block Ccalo, FIcrMa
Closing Gut Sale
Saturday, October 2
' AND :
Monday, October 4
Now is the time to get your Winter Hat, as
prices will never be this low again. I am go going
ing going out 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
Hats as high as $15
Hats as high as $10
Then a Special at
All brand new Hats, gage and criterion.
M. A. Bostick
Harrington Hall Hotel Corner
OCALA - - .FLORIDA
I ITS- LIQUID ItT:
ENCLANOER SPRING BED CO.
- TXSZtT IT
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Something to sell? Advertise It.
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K, of tp. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C
- Chas. IL sse, Cleric
TME WHMDSOE MWTE
mf-: JACKSONVILLE 1&0XUDA
In the hears of the city with Hemming. "Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining rocra scrviia is
second to none
CCALA EVENING STAi
OCTOBER 2, 1323
Temperature this morning, 45;
Hot waffles with maple
Mr. C. E. Ma'rtindale of the Federal
pf.U's ajrency of Jacksonville, is "a vis visitor
itor visitor in town for a couple of days.
Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mrs. G. B. Stein of Jacksonville is
the guest of her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Theus.
Mr. Edward Green is at home from
the university at Gainesville to spend
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Emily
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ponder will at
an early date go to housekeeping at
the resiednce of Dr. and Mrs. R. T.
Weaver, where they have taken apart apartments.
ments. apartments. 7
Mr. Angus Birdsey of Macon, Ga.,
but a former Ocala boy, was a visitor
In the city today, greeting hi3 many
friends.' 'a ,'
Mr. J. V. Tarver, who has been ill
at the hospital for ove ra week, is
slowly improving, which will be good
news to his friends.
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick's many pat
rons regret very much that the milli millinery
nery millinery sale that is taking place today
and continuing into Monday at her
ffc I store means that she will at an early
O'date leave Ocala to reside elsewhere.
We now have on hand a .number of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room rfnd Parlor Sets,
and considering the qualit) the prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable.
III OUR LI NFC OF
Ever since Mrs. Wood, nee Mrs. Bos
tick, has been in the millinery busi business
ness business she has been most successful, as
tihe always carried one of the best
lines of hats to be found in Ocala.
She is now sacrificing her-large stock
at a very low margin of .profit. The
sale will continue Monday. Mrs. P.
II. Perkins is assisting Mrs. Wood
during the sale. ?
HOW THE MONEY
WILL BE DIVIDED
World Series Games Will Provide a
Comfortable Nest Egg for
the Players Participating
II 1 H. H 1) A N
of every description" will prove attractive to you during the
'good old summer's time." We have them' from J
$15 and Up.
t i H
Opposite OcaU National Hank
:: citL Ki'fltclla St. OCALA, FLA
o pay to the league treasuries ta per
ent or 33,750, leaving ?lloO for
ach of the clubs.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F-& A.
M.. meets on the nrst ana inira ;
Thursday evenings of each month at
30 o'clock until further no ace
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
R. A. MASONS
Reirnlar convocations of the Ocala
Chanter No. 13 11. A. K on me iuurtu
L-r :ay in t.rv month at p. m.
H. S. Wesson, n.
J iki? Brown, Secretary.
Preferred to Walk.
Lewis, whose mother was in a sani
tarium, was being urged Dy.nis nurs nurs-at
at nurs-at home to eat fool that she though!
he required. She said, "Lewis, pre
tend vou are a oar. It Is 20 miles ti
met her and it takes a gallon of gaso
line to go a mile. Now. every moutli
fut you take isV gallon of gasolinr
So 20 mouthf uls will takevou to motli
pr." Lewis made a brave attempt t-fiff-omplish
the end. and after takiir
nhout ten mouthfuls. he exclaim
wltii rlKgiist. "Oh, -ee, 1 frue
walk the rest of the way."
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
W. II. PEDRICK
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agcnls for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 F.I6. Guarantee
' An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. . J :
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.
SPEKCER-PEDRKK MOTOR CO.
Threaded Rubber Insulation has
to stand a test as severe as the test
of a lineman's rubber gloves.
After such a test you can be
sure it will protect the plates
and last as. long as the battery.
Threaded Rubber Insulation
makes "bone dry" shipment and
storage of batteries possible. The
Still Better Willardl Battery the
only battery with Threaded Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Insulationhas teen selected
by 152 manufacturers of cars and
OCALA STORAGE CATTERY CO.
20 North Llain Street
' Ocala, Florida-
Associated Press) .'
New York. Oct. 2. Division of the
thousands of dollars paid by baseball
ans to witness the world's series
games is annually the topic of cu curious
rious curious interest as is the division of any
large sum of money. The regula regulations
tions regulations under which the money of the
world's series is at present divided
has become so involved that the av
erage fan has lost interest in trying
to solve, while the games are being
played, just how. much the winning
and losing teams will receive. And it
is no easy task to arrive at this con conclusion
clusion conclusion because the money is divided
hi several different ways.
' The principal interets of the base
ball fans centers in the amount the
Dlavers who take part in the big
games will receive.
The first provision in the cutting' of
the big baseball "melon" is that ten
per cent of the gross receipts of al
games goes to the. national commis
sion. Next comes the players' pool
which consists of 60 per cent of the
balance (after the commission's tenJ
per cent has been taken out) of the
receipts of the first five games. The
other 40 per cent of this balance goes
into the pool to be divided equally
betwen the owners of the clubs.
Then if more than five games be
necessary to decide the championship
the receipts of these games are divid
ed, 10 per cent to the national com
mission and the other 90 per cent to
tne club- owners' pool.
There are certain regulations for
the division of the players' pool and
the club owners' pool which are not
generally understood and which can
be illustrated better by figures than
Take for example that $100,000
represented the receipts of, a game.
First of all 10 per cent err $10,000
would have to be set aside for the na
tional commission. That would leave
a balance of $90,000. Sixty per cent
of this, or $54,000 would go into the
players- pool and the 40 .per cent of
this balance or $36,000 would go to
the club owners' pool. This division
would h be the same for the first five
The money in the palyers pool
would be divided as per the example
before mentioned, in the following
manner: Of the 54.000 mentioned as
ox a single game, Yd per cent or
$40,500 would go to the players par
ticipating in the world's series to be
divided on the basis of 60 per cent to
the winning team arid 40 per cent to
the losing team. The other 25 per
cent would go to a fund to be divided
among the players of the teams of
both leagues finishing escond and
third on the basis of 60 and 40 per
cent, or $8100' for the second place
teams' and $5400 for the third place
.There is another provision in the
regulations which makes it possible o
increase the amounts for each indi
vidual player taking s part in the
world's series. Since the regulations
provide for a slice of the "melon" go
ing to the second and third teams, it
also has been provided that if these
teams engage in any post-season se series,
ries, series, 50 per cent of the players' share
of the receipts shall be divided on the
basis of 60 per cent to the winner and
40 per cent to" the loser, and the bal balance
ance balance shall go into the players' pool
of the world's series to be divided
among the players, of the contesting
teams in the world's series and the
players of the teams finishhig second
and third as explained before.
These regulations do not aDDlv to
post-season series tween clubs
finishing lower than third place.
iiras, it would be possible in the
event of the two New York clubs
finishing second in their respective
leagues to play a series that would
add almost as much to the players'
pool as the big games themselves.
Ae owners oi ciuds taking nart in
the world's series do not get all the
money from the receipts even after
the shares of the national commis commission
sion commission and the players are deducted.
The-regulations provide that after
these have been subtracted the bal balance
ance balance of the cross receipts shall be di divided
vided divided equally between the two clubs.
The club owners, however, are oblig obliged
ed obliged to pay into the treasuries of their
respective leagues 50 per cent of their
gross receipts up to seven games and
if it be necessary to play the eighth
and ninth games, than 75 per cent of
tne gross receipts received by the
two clubs under this division shall be
paid into the league treasuries.
As outlined above a game with re receipts
ceipts receipts of $100,000 after five had been
played, would give $10,000 to the na national
tional national commission and $90,000 to both
club owners or $45;000 for each. Of
this $45,000 each club for the sixth
and seventh games would be obliged
to turn back $22,500 to their respec respective
tive respective league treasuries, and if they re received
ceived received a like amount from an eiVhfTi
1:35 p. m.
1:55 p. in.
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Seaboard Air Line
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for Tamna 2:10 a.m.
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Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday. . .11:50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday ........ .4:4d p m.
Ieave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. ra
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J where QotlHtj i
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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 advance.
vance. advance. : -,Y -;v
FOR SALE Doctor's office equip equipment
ment equipment and furniture, cheap for cash.
Also hat rack and oak washstand
with mirror. Phone 515, or call at
730 E. Third St. 27-6t
a pet clot
TfA o yrint mnnv men this Store 13 a Vtt ftOT
institution that they naturally walk mio when thsy
need something to wean
We would like to serve you that way
Here you will find Society Brand Clothec. We
were attracted to this brand by the style and quality
of these clothes and the integrity of the. houcs that
makes them. They were attracted to us because we
had built up the sort of trade that wants clothes as
good as Society Brand. Like attracts like.
We think these clothes and our service will attract
you. Men are not disappointed in Society Brand
Clothes. They give a very peculiar-and interesting
sort of satisfaction. ;
It is the satisfaction that comes of knowing even
before you walk into the store that you are going
, to get something ycu will always be glad you bought.
FOR SAXE -Two Jersey cows and
four grade heifers. These cows and
heifers have been bred to a thorough thorough-'
' thorough-' bred Jersey bull. C. V. Swain, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 2-6t
FOR RENT Three room unfurnish unfurnish-'
' unfurnish-' ed apartment, with bath; modern;
close in. Apply to "B," in care of
' the Star. l-3t .'
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 twol
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 corrU Send
samples of what you have to offer
and quote. Kilgore Seed Co., Plant
City, Fla. 30-6t
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,
' The Gathers
I? & TUX Til
EVER SINCE THIS BANK was orgauized it has been the constant,
undeviating purpose of its Officers and Directors to be obliinand
accommodating to its patrons in eveiy way consistent with han;:in4
prudence. This is why we have steadily grown in deposits, as well as
in the confidence of the people.
Your account is solicited ca fills, record.
THE- OCALA NATIONAL
HZ m .. ai
WOOD When you want wood, phone
566; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, Proprietor. 21-14t
FOR SALE Small line of gooddrugs
suitable for a doctor who dispenses
drugs. Apply to C R. Veal, ad administrator
ministrator administrator for the estate of W. R.
O. Veal, M. D. 29-6t
LOST One pair man's pants from
car. Finder return to this office
and receive reward. 27-
LOST Pointer dog, whie and liver
spotted, medium size, with piece of
grass rope around neck. Return to
C. Grady Martin, 29 N. Sanchez
. St., and receive liberal reward. 3t
KZ'- K2- KZ'- Ct C'.t?--.
-a ? I ir fr v-
STAR JOB DEPARTMENT.
P, 0. BOX GC3
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CLICtLAHS, FOILC!
& iSr -to i
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
T? -Ti- -s i-
FOR RENT Desirable single rooms,
or rooms for light, housekeeping.
Apply to 403 Fort King ave. 27-6t
LOST Sept. 30, about 3 p. m. on Or Orange
ange Orange Ove or 8th St., one 33x4 Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich Sil vert own cord tire and rack
attached. eRturn to W. C. Blood and
1 Rambler Speedster $203
1 Dodge Touring f30
1 Overland 90, Touring C33
, 1 Ford Touring Car ...?3C3
1 Ford Touring Car $3C0
B. !S O N D.O N, Overl:
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1 Reo Touring
1 1918 Maxwell Tcariz- ...C
1 Reo Speciwaoa Truck Pi.c
1 Ford Truck
1 Ford Truck
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