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OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER?-!. 1920
VOL. 2C, SO.. 238
HEW YORK STATE
SERIES OE BASEBALL!
A h Eloquent Appeal for an Impera Imperative
tive Imperative Necessity
No Intention on His Part of Accept
ing the Republican Nomination
ST A R
HEME SM DAT
Eleven Thousand Mile Journey Thru
the West has Not Abated
. : his Energy i- .X -'
Dayton, Oct. 4. Although suppos supposed
ed supposed to be resting for two days after his
11,000-mile western trip, Gov.Xox to today
day today continued his plea for the League
of Nations in an address to a body of
women. The; governor gave many
reasons why -women should support
the league, as he declared they were
the chief sufferers in any war. He
reiterated the league would stop wars
and not encourage them, as his repub republican
lican republican opponents have charged.
POLITICS NOT MENTIONED
Marion, Oct. 4. Senator Harding
motored 70 mile sto Fremont today
for an address at the dedication of a
memorial tablet for soldiers who lost
their lives in the world war. The
senator did not touch on political is issues.
sues. issues. ' ;
Atlanta, Oct. 4. -Great gains for
teh socialist party in the November
celction was predicted today by .Eu .Eugene
gene .Eugene Debs, the party nominee for
president, after a conference in pris prison
on prison here with members of the pom pom-mittee,
mittee, pom-mittee, who came here to discuss the
campaign. Debs is serving a term
for violation of the espionage act.
SUPREME COURT SAW WILSON
A Year Ago the President was Too
Ill to Receive their An Annual
nual Annual Visit
" (Associated Press) '' .'
," Washington, Oct. 4 President Wil Wilson
son Wilson today received the justices of the
United States supreme court; who
called to pay their respects. The court
convened at noon and immediately ad adjourned
journed adjourned until tomorrow in order to
visit the White House. The ceremony
was omitted last year, owing to the
illness of the president.
Cotton ginned prior to Sept. 25th
amounted to 2,343,030 running bales,
the census bureau announced today.
THIS YEAR'S CROP
Cotton production is forecast' at
12,121,000 bales. The condition of the
crop is 59.1 of normal as of Sept. 25.
"This is a reduction of 660,000 bales
as given in the forecast last month.
OLD BOYS IN GRAY
t RAPIDLY ARRIVING
Big Reception Given Them by
Town oa the Banks of the
(Associated Press t
Houston, Texas, Oct. 4. Thousands
of gray clad veterans began arriving
here today for the annual reunion
which opens tomorrow and lasts until
Friday. The city is gaily ; decorated,
the stars and stripes mingling with
the stars and bars everywhere.
REDS ON THE RUN
Warsaw, Oct. 4. Further reports
of disorderly flight of the bolsheviki
troops on the northern front and the
capture of many thousand prisoners
by the Poles were brought here today.
HAS SAVED ONE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY-NINE MEALS
London, Oct. 4.Lord 'Mayor Me
Sweeny was reported not so well to
day. It was said by the prison doc
tors today he was better after some
sleep last night. This is the titty
third day of his hunger strike.
BIG CITY INFESTED
WITH BOLD BANDITS
New York, Oct. 4. Six masked
bandits stood 45 patrons of a Lenox
avenue cafe up against the wall early
today and robbed them of $5000, cash
and jewelry and escaped.
NEXT MEETING OF
THE AMERICAN LEGION
The next meeting of Marion County
Post No. 27 of the American Legion
Will be an important one, and ; Post
Commander Izlar afcks that each mem member
ber member of the post make every effort to
be present. The meeting will be held
Wednesday night, at 8 o'clock, in the
new club rooms of the post in the
armory. A number of important
matters in connection with the new
club rooms have to be" decided! The
post will also decide whether it will
an ange a program in celebration of
"Armistice Day," Nov. 11th.
Mickey says:; ."If your business
isn't worth advertising, advertise it
In Wall Street has Been Quietly Go Going
ing Going On, and Another Attempt has
Been Headed Off
(Associated Press) -Pittsburg,
Oct. 4.- According to
the police, information obtained from
Floreen Zelenaka, arrested here with
dynamite in his possession, may lead
to solve the New York explosion. The
nature of the information was not di divulged.
vulged. divulged. Zelenaka is quoted as telling
the police the Wall street explosion
was only a start. v
INTENDED TO DO A BETTER JOB
X New York, Oct. 4. Investigation
of the recent Wall street explosion
was renewed with vigor today, follow
ing the arrest in Pittsburg yesterday
of Floreen Zelenka of this city. Ze Zelenaka
lenaka Zelenaka arrived in his hotel room with
a suitcase full of dynamite after it is
alleged he told a man he intended to
do a better job than was done last
time. .The? investigation here shows
he left his room an hour before the
explosion. The room was also found
to contain a lot of radical literature.
WORK OF THE BELLE VIE W
- GUN AND ROD CLUB
Belleview, Oct. 5. True to one of
its declared objects, i. e., "to promote
the sportsmanlike use of rod and
gun," the very much alive j Belleview
Gun and Rod Club has taken a stand
against artificial baits bristling with
treble hooks and hopes to so arouse
southern sentiment, not only in Flor Florida
ida Florida but in other states, that legisla legislative
tive legislative action, or some other effective
curb, wjll result. ;
In -particular the club "unreserved "unreservedly
ly "unreservedly condemns", the bait carrying five
three-pointed hooks, which it charac characterizes
terizes characterizes as "brutal and brutalizing"
and calls on other sportsmen to dis discourage
courage discourage its use and on fishing tackle
manufacturers to discontinue its pro production,
duction, production, and, by plain intimation, sug suggests
gests suggests that the subject is one meriting
the attention of the state legislature.
n fact, in Pennsylvania and New
ersey, the sale and use of baits hav
ing more than one or such hooks al already
ready already Js forbidden by law.
The views and attitude x of the
Belleview organization are pointedly
defined in the following resolution
which it has adopted:
"Resolved, That the Belleview Gun
and Rod Club views as unsportsman-
lke, and, therefore, with disfavor, the
cse of baits holding more than one
treble hook, and in particular, unre unreservedly
servedly unreservedly condemns those brutal and
brutalizing baits carrying five of such
Resolved Further, -That other or
ganizations of sportsmen be urged to
discontinue their use and manufactur
ers be urged to discontinue their pro
duction. and to substitute more hu
mane single and double hooks, failing
which, this club suggests to the state
egislature the advisability of enact
ing a law prohibiting their use iri the
waters of Florida.
"It is unthinkable that the men of
the South who use rod and reel are
less sportsmanlike than those of other
parts of the country, but it is a fact,
nevertheless, that treble hook baits
are in almost general use, an almost
unholy proportion of them having five
of the brutal hooks, which means no
less than 15 barbs on which one game
fish is invited to impale itself said
R. G. Betts, the official of the Belle
view club who sponsored the ; resolu
tions. "It is the ecruivalent of huntinc
quail with a machine gun and makes
the despised fish trap appear mercifu
"I think the situation is due to the
fact that the fish laws of the South
being so liberal and the fi shine sea
son so long, a lot of us never stop to
think that a fishing fish deserves a
fighting chance. The theory 'the more
hooks, the more fish' seems to have
uuiduieu anu in consequence tne tackle
manufacturers apparently use the
South as a dumping ground for their
five-treble-hook wood minnows. In
actual practice, it is probabl that 'the
more hooks the more weeds also
more snagging and more profanity,
is more generally the case and it
therefore should not e very difficult
tc arouse sentiment in favor of more
humane and less cussable baits; we
hope so, at any rate.
"All, or practically all. of the treble
hooks in use are imported and if an
appeal to the sportsmanlike instincts
of American manufacturers is not
sumcient, the mere elimination of
from two to four of the hooks ought
to so reauce their production costs
that it should appeal to their pocket pocket-books
books pocket-books even f they do not care to
share the saving with the men who
purchase and use their baits."
R. A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in fc.ery month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary
I have read in the Jacksonville
papers that St. Luke's hospital in that
city will be compelled to close on ac account
count account of financial troubles.
Hospitals are a necessity, and this
opens up an avenue of propaganda for
the establishment of a state hospital
owned and operated by the state.
It is the duty of any state to care
or its indigent poor and its indigent
sick. : : '
The establishment of a general hos
pital to be maintained and operated
at the expense of the state of Flor
ida as a part of its now wonderful
chain of state institutions would af-
brd means of distributing the cost of
the care of the indigent sick of the
tate of Florida throughout the entire
population of the state of Florida
ether than continue the present sit
uation of distributing the cost among
a few people year after year, not as a
matter of paying taxes, but as a mat
er of private donation.
The establishment, of a state hospi
tal for the general medical and sur surgical
gical surgical care of the indigent poor of the
J TTtt "I ;il I rtric-ts Kn till
state oi norma wm m v
innovation for state hospitals are
operated elsewhere, particularly by
the state oi Mississippi, wiutit ope operates
rates operates a large hospital at X Vicksburg,
Miss.,' same having been in existence
for a good many years and ; navmg
been a great boon to the citizens of
that state, 'v X
Phvsicians practicing in the remote
rural districts of the state of Florida
are often forced to care for cases un
der conditions : which" make recovery
absolutely impossible and places the
doctor at a great disadvantage, If he
could have the opportunity of sending
:is cases, which under his own care,
can not get well, to a well operated
state hospital it would mean much
savin of life and elevate the status
of the medical practice throughout the
state.' ;. '
The rehabilitation of sick people
means a greater revenue to the state.
It has been estimated by students
of sociology that the life of each in-
dividual in the development of a state,
rot taking into consideration! the ef
fect of losing one from the ranks of
the bread-winner and in the end ef-
j L. ; TMwtAtnA fowtihr
ieCia Upon HIS UlUUCUiaw; inmuj,
amounts to not less than five thou thou-rand
rand thou-rand dollars. ;
A state hospital would decrease the
death rate in the state of Florida?
would increase the longevity also It
would decrease the, infant mortality
by virtue of giving to the helpless
babies of the state who need a change
cf climate and expert advice of a
dietician the opportunity of coming
into a state hospital where they could
receive the proper nursing, care and
the proper food .which would enable
them to live.
The establishment of a state hos
pital would be a potent factor m
checking the sperad of communicable
diseases in the state of Florida.
The establishment of a state hospi
tal would do much in an educational
way towards the prevention and the
possible eradication of tuberculosis.
About five hundred people have
died in Florida in the last two years
fom cancer. These people could have
been cured, had they been brought
into a hospital and operated upon at
a sufficiently early date, and even
those who could not have been brought
in for an operation could probably
have been cured, or, at least, have had
their lives materially prolonged by
the application of X-ray, treatments
or radium treatments.
The crippled children's service
could operate much more satisfac
torily in a state hospital than it is now
operating under present conditions,
and it could be of a much wider scope.
The results would be the correction oi
deformities in children. A crippled
child whose parents are poor has at
least the right to expect the commu community
nity community and state in which he lives to
give him the opportunity of straight
limbs and the opportunity of an equa
basis of competition with his fellow
beins-s in the future aspects of his
Chronic invalids and chronic crip cripples
ples cripples are potential paupers. They are
poterftially and actually a constant and
permanent burden upon the state. A
state hospital would do much to re
lieve a situation of this kind.
The Florida State Hospital for the
Insane at Chattahoochee has to admi
many people who are in reality not
actually insane for there is a wide
spread sentiment throughout the
state of Florida to the effect that ow
ing to the absence of almshouses
poorhouses, county asylums and other
similar institutions it is no more than
right and proper to send those who
are .chronically invalided and aged to
the state hospital for. the insane no
because they are crazy, but for the
reason that it is believed that there
they can be properly taken care of
A state hospital for medical and
surgical cases could not only take
care of these people in a satisfactory
(Concluded on Page Two)
One State of the American Union has
More People than Many an Old Old-v
v Old-v World Kingdom
Washington, Oct. 4. The popula population
tion population of New York state was announc announced
ed announced today. It is 10,384,144, not quite
hlaf of which is embraced in New
Continue to Come in. Singly and
Bunches, Day by Day
That tall Cox column is growing
steadily. We have several contribu contributions
tions contributions to report today. One from Mrs.
Ernest Blair, a popular and efficient
saleslady at Helvenston's, fully im imbued
bued imbued with the spirit of democracy.
We expect a number of other patriotic
democratic girls to imitate her. Fol Following
lowing Following are the
Donations to Date
R. E. Layton ....... 1.00
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 .
Nathan Mayo .
J, W. Hunter. ..
Ocala Banner .
W. F. Yocum .
Wi A. Knight .
R. L. Martin
W. K. Zewadski
G. S. Scott .................. 5.00
W. A. Wilds ......
Mrs. James H. Hill
M. L. Reynolds
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead
R. Moorhead ....
W. W. Stripling ...
'. E. Simmons
aylor Bros. ........
uf ord Leitner .....
Sid Whaley .......
John-R. Rogers ....
Mrs. Ernest Blair ;.
Jvrdge W. S. Bullock
Send or give money to any one of
the undersigned members of the
Ocala Finance Committee. All con contributions
tributions contributions noted in the Star.
J. H. Benjamin, Chairman.
L. H. Chazal, Secretary.
W. T. Gary, Treasurer.
IN MEMORY OF MRS. SIGMON
Whereas, It has pleased God in his
all wise providence to call Neita, the
beloved wife of Mr. Fred Sigmon,
from this ilf e and into the great be
yond; and, y
WTiereas, Mrs. Sigmon has' been an
icnored member and co-worker with
us in our W. C. T U. and a Christian
lady of good influence in our com
munity; therefore be it ;
Resolved, That we as a society, feel
ou rloss very keenly in her removal
and that we tender to the relatives
of our departed sister our deepest
sympathy in this their great loss, and
that we commend them for comfort
ar.d consolation to God, our Heavenly
Father; and, V
Resolved, that a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to the family of the
departed and that the resolutions be
spread on the record of our union.
Mrs. W. E. Merchon.
Mrs. J. D. Walling.
Mrs. A. N. Cameron.
s Mrs. E. Simpson.
Mrs. T. B. Snook.
Margaret A. Snook,
Secretary Weirsdale W. C. T.U1
Weirsdale, September 21st.
BLACK HAND BLEW UP A HOME
Clifton, N. J., Oct. 4. The home of
Salvator Taibi, a laborer, was wreck wrecked
ed wrecked by a bomb but the inmates escap escaped,
ed, escaped, this afternoon. Taibi recently
received a black hand letter demand
ing money, but he refused to comply.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
'varm welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
II. R. Luff man. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:20 o'clock until further notice
Jake Brown, Secretary,
A. L. Lucas, W. 1L
First Game Between Indians and!
Dodgers Played in Brooklyn
New York. Oct. 4. Preparations
. . ..
are all complete lor opening the!"11""" VAS s1 umi, aua uues i
world series baseball games tomor-
row between the Brooklyn Nationals
and the Cleveland Americans. The
Dodgers had a work-out today mi the
Indians will not arrive until early to-
All games on the Brooklyn grounds
,x, u cw
HAS UNLIMITED POWER
New York. Oct. 3 Powers and
authority that are virtually auto-
cratic are invested in the National
Baseball Commission for the conduct
of the world's series in order that the
cig games tnat annually wind up thek
season shall be kept, as far as possi-r
ble, free from scandal. All the impor-
tant details of the series as well as
the minor ones are arranged by the
commission, leaving to the players
only those arrangements that affect
the actual playing of the games on
their respective home grounds.
Three days before the beginning of
the series each year the owners of the
contesting clubs are obliged each to
deposit with the national commission
a certified check for $10,000 as a guar-
4. j ...t
Kuuu iaitn, j.o pxay out me
schedule so arranged by the commis-
regulations promulgated by the com commission.
mission. commission. While it is well known that under
the present rules .the championship
shall go to the club first winning five
games out of nine, the national com commission
mission commission has the right to terminate
the series at any time it deems the
interest of baseball demands it and to
declare one of the clubs the winner
or the championship regardless of
Another safeguard is the provision
that prohibits either club participat
ing in tne world's series from envmsr
to any of its players a bonus or prize.
and any player released by either of
the clubs to any other club in the
league is prohibited from shariner in
the receipts either as a present or re
ward from his former teammates, the
releasing club or any of its officials.
in order to prevent changes of
players from one team to another tn
prepare for the world's kpt-W in tfco
way of strengthening a team, a player
eiigiDie to take part in the"JK u c prwgiiu k
championship games must be a bona
fide member of the emialifvino- toQ
and under a nromula-ated nlavino-
contract on or before August 31. And
the jurisdiction of the national com-
mission over the world's sprip, r.i
ers does not terminate witv, tn
game of the championship series, but
cuuunues mroucrnout the vear in
which the championship is decided
It is Drovided in th ritia
that the teams nartiVinatino. i
world's series shall disband after the
close-of the series and a fma
individuals they are prohibited from
playing exhibition games during the
remamder of the year. In order
insure the observant tni ia ti,a
national commission retain- frnm h
share of each player in the chamnion-
ShlD series whiVn' i witoT
until December 1. Then if the players
M. T W TV A hUUtU I
have not violated the rule the money
is returned to the players with inter
est at six per cent from the time it
was so retained.
Arranging the schedule is one of
the most important details that de-
volves UDon the national Tr,?
In most seasons th is is not a difS
cult task as the commission can go
a nead with its schedule making as
soon as the pennant races have been
decided. However, this season was
one that has complications because of
the closeness of the league races and
the uncertainty of the winners almost
to the end of the schedule. Under!
such conditions the national commis-1
sion is required, when the pennant
winners are not decided within ten
udjs oi me ciose oi the season, to
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meet and arrange tentative schedules
for every club havinsr a chance.
if for any reason a frame is post
poned or terminated before it be-
comes a regulation game or termi
nates m a tie score it shall be played jpires who officiate at the world's se se-off
off se-off in the city where originally sched-tries eames. The president of each
uieu neiore the succeeding scheduled
games in the other city are played.
in tne event of the world s series
extending beyond the players' con
tract season, the players are obliged
io continue at their contract rate to ficient to meet its expenses; the defio defio-the
the defio-the end of the series. liencv is taken from the res-ular funds
The question often has been asked
as to what becomes of the money re
ceivea by the national commission
irom tne world s series. In the first
place it goes into the regular funds
tne commission to defray the neces
sary expenses during the year and
A telephone message from Mr. Geo.
W. Neville, the Dunnellon banker.
nominated by the republicans of this
county to run for the legislature
against C W. Hunter, democrat, says
fllr- -Neville has no idea how the nom-
I ;n n v: j j
terid to accept.
Thearticle on the second page,
headed'Don't Do It, George," was
Ped before Mr. Neville's second
message arrived. It would not have.
been printed if Mr. Neville had spoken
as emphatically thi3 morning as he
did this afternoon.
We heartily congratulate Mr. Nev-
me on his decision.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
, OF THE ROTARY CLUB
"a utJr uuu
retuested to met at the Masonic hall
tomorrow, Tuesday, at 12:15 to go out
to Oak in a body. All who can take
thdr cars do so and leave room to
have cars. There will be plenty of
cars to carry every one.
W. D. Cs rn,
A. D. MOORE
Mr. A. D. Moore was found dead
this morning in a house in North
Ocala, where he had been malting his
home. Mr. Moore has for a number
of years made Ocala his home. He
, A uni, fn
had been in bad health for a number
himself and f8r his honesty and up
rightness made numbers of friends
here who will be much grieved to
?z nis eT 7 ? T a
L00? charP, of the body and PrePared
it for burial.
A congregational meeting of the
members of the First Presbyterian
church Vill be held at the church, to
elect new officers, Sunday, October 17,
1920, by order of the session.
L. M. Mcirray,
Clerk of the .'Session.
OFFICERS IN CONVENTION
The officers and men on recruiting
duty for the navy in the six south
eastern states were in conference bat-
urday. Oct. 2nd in, Atlanta. Approx-
imately 175 officers and m-n were in
attendance. New methods of recruit-
montns were aaoPtea-
Commander Gannon of tae recru:t-
Mg service was present and gave a
most interestin? lecture on recruiting
ana service oi tne ns.vy in gen-
eral. In his lecture he brought out
the facts that the navy men are the
most .independent class of men of
Each snd every one of the recrult"
n'-g agents went away with the satis-
faction that he holds a better and
n-ore independent station in life than
the average man in civilian life. And
ne 13 ready anxious to show any f
5 ouus man now ne can Deuome mue-
toPenaen1, uy eilierui liavJ'-
Any one wishing to krow mere
about the navy-is invited to call on
tne 0o?s on anzy m room on, post-
uuiiuins, wii, x-i.
OCALA LODGE-NO. 235. 13. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve
h"3 ,of eacb 1?0nth Vlsit,ingr breth
1 n always welcome.
upstairs over Troxler's and the Bock
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. E-
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
You.11 profit by reading the ads in
every day's Star.
from this fund also com!S several
items of expenditure during the play-
ing of the championship game. The
rnmmission bears the cost of the
1 worlds championship pennant, pre-
I sented to the winning club in the
I series and also purchases a suitable
- 1 memento for each member of the win-
j ning team. The commission also pays
- lfrom its funds the salaries of the um-
league selects two umpires:, bat dal-
ing the series they are subject to the
l orders of the national commission.
- If the national commission's share
of the world's series receipts is insuf-
Uf the commission. Each of the two
- J clubs in the championship contests Is
c bilged to pay it3 own traveling ex-
hemes and hotel bills as well a3 the
of I incidental expenses connected with
- the conduct of the games on their
'respective home grounds.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1920
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STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
a serious situation, and one that could
bet met only by white women register registering
ing registering their full strength and connecting
themselves with the democratic party.
Palm Beach Post.
This sort of talk comes
(Continued from First Page)
K. It. Carroll, PreIJt
V. LeaKMMl, -retarjr-Treaarer
J. II. JJenjamla, Kditor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as
teconJ-class matter. s
DotlnrM Of Ore
Editorial U part meat
efet jr Reporter .
MEMBDil ASSOCIATED PKESS
The Associated Press Is exclusively
wnv. but could relieve many of the
from all odium of having been sent to the in-
over the state. The white women had sane asylum, and could in the end
better take advantage of the few days possibly cure many who are nopeiess
eft to them. under the conditions wmcn mey are
now being cared for.
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IN A LOWER CLASS
Judging by a string of sour and in inaccurate
accurate inaccurate remarks in the last issue of
his paper, the editor of the Williston
Progress desires to enter into an un unlimited
limited unlimited disDute with the Star over
We can't do this for two reasons:
One is that the Progress is several
ntitled for the uee for republication of classes below the Star and we cant
all news lfl afford to waste space on it.
not otherwise cred'ted m this paper ana , n
also the local news published herein. In the second place, the Progress
All rights of rpubucauon oi special t u j. faster than we can refute
dispatches herein are also reserved. I ,.
I tut-in, uuu any reiaou man
both naners nref ers to
DOMESTIC Sl'UStWiiUA Prno-rpsq Ahe Star has
. ; Am - : T
1.50 1 Fvpiv rditor of intelligence in the
State KUOWS ,Wc Iiavc cuuauciiucu uic ic uiicii auic, unvugn un aoaiomutc
work of J. S. Blitch at the state pris
snrcr::::::: HO contempt for his or her judgment.
fnree months, in advance ....
One month, in advance ........
A state hospital would enable many
to go home thoroughly restored to
health, usefulness and productiveness
in the sense that they could produce (g
food any earn money, wnereas, unaer
present conditions, they may not be
able to get well and may become a
permanent financial burden upon the
state of Floirda.
There is no charity hospital in the
state of Florida that jiccepts patients,
that are unable to pay, from any point
in the state.
There are two or three small hospi
tals that will accept local citizens for
charity treatment, the number of pa
tients being extremely limited. Many
of those who are afflicted and who
live out of cities in the rural districts
'. .T-. .o.
nf fripn?c tn opt. pnonoli monpv tn-
ay? Plate i 15 eents per" inch for on farm.4 If any, one thinks we haven't, gether to enable them to go to a city,
itlve insertions. Alternate lnser- hey can ask Mr. Blitch. He knows. ; but when they get to the city, they
f-- va Iori than
l times V cents 'per inch, special dcnhalL We are glad that he should to them and they return to their
osition zo PrenL. fla VVflTii have been so placed on the state farm homes made worse by having been
We have no prejudice against Men- find that no hospital doors are open II
based on 4-inon m .l-L-r ..T. Ll.-i.'..- xT- ri J u 1 If
- tour Inches Will taxe bisijc v, uiai lie Citll uiuic uscxui uiu tun- uuujrcu mvu mc cAjicn.ain.j v;ctLiilg f i
, which will be famished upon applica- tented himself, and help others of less well and having taken a long journey i l
t!iteadiaK Noticeat 5 cents per line for ability. This is one of the fine in which they expected, but did not tii
ttrst insertion: 3 cents per line for each thingg about Sim Blitch's system. But secure, medical or surgical treatment, f s
Ueek 'allowed on readers without xtraWc don't think Mendenhall can ever The establishment of a well operat
composition charges.-- f
-; Legal advertisements It legaKrates
COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
Martin Caraballo P. W. Corr
Charles E. Jones W. V. Knott
J. G. Sharon C1BIWells
do enough to entitle him to a pardon ed general hospital would mean the;
from the state of Florida. Whether eventual development of a medical de
li is work and, we suppose, repentance partment in the state university.
entitle him to a pardon from his The existence of a large hospital!
Creator, is something we have no operated according to modern ideals
right to pass judgment on.
And that's all. f
DONT DO IT, GEORGE
and in the hands of competent physic
ians would advertise to the tourist
public of the United States and to the
world at large that Florida, at last,
is able to take care of people who are
at thP S1C and afflicted. Under present con-
Married Sunday morning.
homp nf Rpv. ft.. R T?nirpri
L;. tit- r ; it: with evervdav nror.acanda to thr pf
ThP reDublicans of Marion county v;TfoR, ft-ct that Florida has no hosnital fa- :,h
met in convention m ucaw,iu..ii. inmin. Onlv a -few friPtids wpw nrps. cinnes
. i-r.. mart I " I Tr J il 1. i. . t
rwu lor mougni ana more careiui
month ago and nominated two men ept;
for the legislature!,, naiupwu The bride is one of Gainesville's
to run against Nathan mayu ouu pretty &nd charming giris. She is the
George Neville to run against O.W. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Hunter, if he accepts the nomination, Boy(i 0f Gainesville, and is a deserved
which he may not do. lie pnonea favorite in her home city.
Star this morning that lie was unu.
Joe L. Earman,
President State Board of Health.
The f oregomg has the Star's un-
Mr. Benjamin is the only "child 0f qualified dorsement. Healthy people
J. M. Ueniamin. ed tor of the Star. ol-ai-c S'1"1' asct. autte,
ti- ;a a mlored dsr.ttst, effic- He was bnm anri T-aUd in n..oio by care and education, can be filled
;t in T,l profession and a 1 leader has many friends here. He was a w:th healthy people, the sick being the
ir.uu mi -
v?o toco There is notm"K -imemher nf nmnanv A KefrmH ttTat I cAuuuimi xcw. j.uis
say about his being a candidate if he ida Infantry, and served with that stte of afflirs cannot be attained in
that it is ut to the rpo-irhpnt nn the hnrrW TTo eri ? a few months, or. even years. But it
democrats to defeat him. J the world war with Company M, First anbe attained m time, if work on itj i
r,..i. ut MpviTle. all his real PionPPr Tnfnntrv whirh wQC ir, an is begun and faithfully carried on. f
friend, will sav to him, "Don't do it, the great American drives except St. The time to beSln 13 now- 1'
r.D! IMihiel. Returnintr home, he entered
White men have nan on Republican the vocation of an electrical engineer, NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS
tickets in the South without anyosb an(j 1S at present employed by the
of respect from their friends, and ne- Gainesville light and water plant. I have four or five cdunty schools w
groes have run on republican tickets The young couple did not. have a yet unsupplied with teachers. These -Jj
without wnite men w& "J"'" vuux. .nvy went, wim scnoois win pay irom vo to xuu per
except Vote against them. s their friepds out to Silver Springs, month for six months. If there is any
But there is an unwritten law which the bride had never seen. Early lady in Ocala of the county who would
against white men and .negroes run- ir. the afternoon, they enjoyed an ex- like to, teach one of these schools, I
on the same ticket, 'and the few cellent dinner at Hunter's Cafe, and will be elad to eive vou further in-
white' men who, have broken it have a few hours after left for Gainesville formation. If you have no certificate
always been sorry. Pn tne late beaboard tram. . and desire to teach, I "think I can ar
Mr Neville is being used as a cats- .. ranee for you to do so. Call office
paw. We have always held him in Florida newspapers are starting a phone 141 or residence phone 191 or
high esteem and we dislike to see campaign against the editorial, and I will be glad to see you at my office.
him make the victim of a buncn 01 rcportonai use ot "pro and con." And 29-Gtdly-ltwky W. D. Cam, Supt.
mongrel politicians. He can't anora wmie tneyare at it ther are several!
to lose the respect he is nowheld in other shop-worn phrases that might!
' bv his neighbors for any office Flor- be eliminated. St. Petersburg Times.
where Qotitty Brand (Elothes
ill. I I f
5 k i
FLOORING FOR SALE
Make out a list of
ida republicans can bestow on him.
Don't do it, George. i
.nnnrc ivn Pni.TTIfS 'one newspapers have the gall to
IJV7U"1J13 talk about women "purifying the bal-
, L; j Mct.V forgetful of the fact that the
A weii-Known anu i.u- Wnnm' rv,ritio tt:
Just received carload Martel No. 2
flooring at reduced prices; $46 per M.
John Thomson. 2-6t
man tells the following :
7.: v nlaoe vu& .wiiceiy responsiDie ior the elec-
of ,notf SMney CattHigWand,
'nV2'Starttead: The W. C. T. U. ha, mostly repent-
cuiuiiig ii.t :t i en
inr to hi3 affairs to his own best ad-
maamia n c lt Of i ruin w i i v i it- vi mil u i.
VBlilCl 1 YVe see that notiVe nf arUno;
Sk? ? f'a i to for yun- Langford's pardon is behng
that if didnt gt gth" published. If that boy is pardoned
women folks to ttrt" ff out, there will be one more politician
ister that he would be turned out of lost to any sense JdeeeDey
-his lodge. , !f eeT0 on the pardoning board than we think
S SlSi there is and as for Langford, he had
S fraternal orders. Masons, Odd gtay away from this neighbor-
We have learn
NOTICE TO AUXILIARIES
Fellows and K. of P,
ed enough of them to know they do
not differ greatly in their obligations
and rituals from the white orders of
the same name. Politics is strictly and
emphatically barred from thewhite
lodges. Discussion of politics is not
oiinwefl and ro nolitical move can
start or be carried on inside a lodge fTmry
room and members that do not ob observe
serve observe the rules are expelled. Exper Exper-iencS
iencS Exper-iencS of many years has taught the
ereat fraternal orders that if political I Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
and relieriou3 issues are not kept out planting is now in. Ocala Seed
of their lodcre rooms the fraternities Store. 8-11-tf
will soon dissolve.
Members of the Women's Auxiliary
the American Legion are urged to
neet next Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock on the second floor of the
Please come and help
build up our local organization.
Claire L. Moremtn, Sec'y.
FIRST AID TD
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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
114 S. Magnolia St. v
Phone 143, OCALA. FLA.
4a w V
Every young man is embarrassed with the belief thai
all mankind is solely engaged in observing his man manners
ners manners and appearance
As he groTTS older and acquires wisdom, he learns
that this is not so; yet he feels that it is the part of a
gentleman to clothe and deport himself as if it were to
are for young men because their acknowledged ztyiz
leadership keeps the young man conscious of good
They are for men who stay young because staying
young consists largely of retaining the confidence and
alertness of youth, even after ae has swept away ths
self-consciousness of youth
Guaranteed Clothing & Shoe
; Y. M. B.
Advertise and get Results
We would advise the members of
colored fraternities to examine their
obligations and see if they 'are not
under the same pledge; and, if they
are, to consider if they can reconcile
their consciences to break it.
There is another class of lodges
among the colored folks- wildcat
lodges, the regulars call them, often
formed for political purposes. To
th ese ( we will say that the white man
regards such organizations with a
well-founded suspicion,, and those who
belong to them are likely to run up
against something worse than expul-
RaiSjng. the-Family- Pa mtMntfroreted me s statement
The fact tnat in a precinct of West
Palm Beach many more negro women
had registered than white women and
that in other precincts of the county
the registration of negro women ap
proached or equalled that of white i
women was declared in addresses at!
the city park last night to constitute
! I "-..ril.- VA -VI rWWFEtVtK.1 i I
1 KNOW LOTS
OF HEN Ymo
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1920
Good Things to Eat Just Arrived
Star Hams Pressed Boiled Ham
Sliced Breakfast Bacon
Clover Bloom Butter Apples
Fresh Milk and Buttermilk
Everything New and Fresh, Courteous Treatment and
A Saving to YOU by Trading Here.
If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
Mrs. T. J. Johnson is visiting rela relatives
tives relatives in South Carolina for several
, . ABBOTT
: 7N. Magnolia St.
Mr. and Mrs. William White Harriss
t request the honor of your company
j at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Edmund Howard Martin
on Thursday! the 21st of October
at eight o'clock in the evening
Grace Episcopal church
The foregoing invitation was issued
Saturday. Since the announcement
of the ensasrement of this couple
Mr. Geo. T. Maughs is able to re- jabout a month ago, there has been a
turn to his office after several days' !great deal of interest manifested as
I the young bride-elect, is not only
herself very popular, but comes from
Hot waffles with maple sprup at
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson
motored from Oldsmar yesterday,
spending the day in the city. Tampa
Hot waffles with maple sprup at
Messrs! J. H. Taylor" and G. S.
Scott left Sunday morning for Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, to spend several days with Mrs.
Taylor and Mrs. Scott.
Go to Jake's for your
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 2, 1920.
SRENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO.,
We authorize you to say to prospective custom custom-ers
ers custom-ers that should there be any reduction in the
List Price on 1921 Models prior to May 1st, 1921,
we will refund to every purchaser during that
period the amount of such reduction. Our com com-pany
pany com-pany will make Special Newspaper Announce-
BUICK AUTO CO.,
KING, Branch Manager.
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
Miss Onie Chazal accompanied her
brother, Mr. John Chazal to Sanford
yesterday and will spend a week
there and at Daytona Beach with
' Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything:
thing: Everything: we sell is guaranteed. We're
nghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mrs Paul Simmons and daughter
have returned home from a visit of
several months in Asheville, N. C.
Mr. Simmons met his wfie and daugh-
er in Savannah and accompanied
them home, v t
Try a Club Breakfast at Hunter's.
Cooked just the way you want it
Served when you want it.
a family that is prominently known
throughout the state.
Mr. Martin's family is one of the
most distinguished in South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina and is also prominently connect connected
ed connected in this state. This wedding will
be among the largest social events of
SPEWCED-EED3ICK- MOTOR CO.
Ocala - Florida
Mrs. Forney D. Lancaster of Pitts
burg, Pa., arrived in the city yester
day afternoon to spend the winter
with her husband's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Lancaster, and Miss Dor-
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
Mrs. Fannie C. Johnstone of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, arrived in the city Saturday
afternoon from Tampa, where she
was the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
John McCabe for several weeks, and
will spend this week with her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Sam Leigh.
Gerig's Druor Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun
DEDICATION EXERCISES OF
THE OAK SCHOOL BUILDING
The new schoolhouse built and rent
ed to the Oak community by the Arlo
Box Manufacturing Company for the
sum of $1 per year, will be dedicated
to the use of the people of Oak,
Tuesday, October 5th.
The day will be celebrated with a
barbecue and good speaking. The
following people have been asked to
speak on this occasion: Mr. F. H,
Logan, Mrs. E. L. Howell, Rev. Cre-
scn, Mr. W. D. Cam, Rev. C. W,
White, Mr. C. W. Hunter, Mr. L. W.
Duval, Rev. C. L. Collins, Mr. Nathan
Mayo and Mr. H. G. Shealy.
The Rotarians have been invited to
have dinner with the community
and from the Rotarians' reputation
for fun and a good time, which they
have on getting together, the dinner
hour promises to be a merry time
Dinner will be promptly at 1 o'clock,
In the afternoon there will be a
good ball game.
The public are cordially invited! to
come, bring their baskets and enjoy
the day with the good people of Oak.
Mrs. E. L. Carney left yesterday
afternoon for Houston, Texas, a to be
present at the Confederate reunion,
which takes place on the 6th, 7th and
Sth of this month. Mrs. Carney was
not only honored by being appointed
matron of honor for Florida, but was
also appointed matron of honor for
Tennessee by General Vance. Mrs.
Carney expects to be away about a
month, visiting relatives in other
parts of Texas and also in Arkansas.
Mrs. -Carney was accompanied by a
bodyguard, consisting of those seas'
oned old soldiers, W. E. McGahagin,
J. H. Badger and Captain Priest.
Something to sell? Advertise t
gMSg VMS. ll1-3 PV R
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LQHG DISTANCE FJ0V1NG
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
Don't fail to visit the I Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we" sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Miss Annette Gist, who recently
returned from Japan, where she was
a missionary and who gave a lecture
this afternoon on her work there, is
a guest while in the city at the hmfc
of Mrs. 'J. C. Johnson. At noon to today
day today Mrs. Johnson entertained a few
of her friends at a luncheon in honor
of her guest. ;
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. Jake Gold Goldman.
man. Goldman. l-3t
Mrs. M. H. Stovall of Ocala is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Stovall
at their home. No. 8 Harbor View,
Bayshore boulevard. Tampa Tri Tri-bune.
bune. Tri-bune. :-V'V-' i
Mrs. Stovall will return the last of
the week and will probably be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Mason
for a few days visit.
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 and Accessories to.
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
If quality" counts, our hats lead.
Jake Goldman. l-3t
.v JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for, a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each -room. Dining room service is
second to none . 4
J. E. IIAVANAUGO
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALTTY not prices, tf
Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in
their club rooms, in the Clyatt build
ing over the abstract office, the mem members
bers members of the Business Woman's Club
will meet especially to be instructed
in the method of voting. Mr. W. V.
Cam will give the instructions and
tbos who heard him Friday commend
him for his clearness and concise
manner of explaining how to vote. All
members are urged to be present and
a rr.rdial invitation is extended to
ethers desiring this information.
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner m
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
ycu want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
The council didn't pass the ordi ordinance,
nance, ordinance, but we put in the individual
j service. Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
ti-U Eyes often fall below
the maximum efficiency
tyi of which they are capa-
See J ble without the person
'W.wCA being aware of it.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
For all Classes ol
: Stone, Briclc, Wood :
: and Concrete
I J. D. IcCasliill i
Phone 446. 728 WenoM St.
PYLES '& PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Embalraers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFF1CE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
SHOPPING AT THE U-SEEVE
Doing your grocery buying here is just as easy
as falling off of a log.
yhen 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 donft as much as have to ask the price.
Best of all YOU SAVE. There is no use
talking, our prices are ROCK BOTTOM. Take
it day in and day out, you can't beat us on
prices. Our store is in a class to itself. We
are not competitors of service stores. People
who want to run accounts and have their goods
delivered, will always patronize service stores ;
therefore, the service store will always 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 BlocXt Ocala, Florida
in P- xi
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lie cliildrco love
lsJrisleys and if s
Mads under conditions of
absolute cleanliness end
brour&t to them In IVrinley;
. ff Jl Anxttn iH p' r
Satisfies- the cravlnn for
sweets. aid3dieestion.siveet aid3dieestion.siveet-ens
ens aid3dieestion.siveet-ens breath, allaye thirst and
fielps deep teeth clean.
Costs little, benefits much.
.". Still 5C
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W. A. TINSMAN
Anything in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
Tile and; Plastering
PHONE 526. OCALA
What have yon to sell or txadT
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1920
Temperature this morning, 55; this
As we close up to go to press, we
. fjf I
lhave about two columns of unwritten
items in our notebook. We will try
and write them tonight for tomorrow.
Hot waffles with
AN UIPORTANT -LETTER
Columbus, Ga.- Doctor Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is cer certainly
tainly certainly a grand medicine for stomach
trouble. I have suffered greatly
all my life with disordered stomach.
My food seemed to set so heavy,
no matter what I ate. I have taken
many of the medicines advertised
for this trouble but none of them has
ever come up to 'Golden Medical
Discovery for giving prompt and
lasting relief. Whenever I have a
sluggish liver with sick -headache
and constipation I have found that
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant 'Pellets are a
very efficient remedy. They do not
gripe or cause any other distressing
condition such as a great many pills
do."-MRs. Laura Kimerough, 3503
Few families have not at some
time or other used this Golden
Medical Discovery. Over twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four million bottles have been sold
In this country.
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalid
Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for trial
package of the tablets.
Mies M. Z. Halford of Electra, was
a shopper in town this morning.
Mrs. J. E. Carter and daughter,
Miss Laurine of Fellowship were vis visitors
itors visitors in the city this, morning.
We are agents
and Beacon shoes.
for the Walk-Over
Mis3 Margaret Jackson returned
yesterday from a delightful three
weeks' vacation spent with friends in
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c.: three times, 50c.; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad
FOR SALE Two Jersey cows and j
four grade heifers. These cows and
heifers have been bred to a thorough
bred Jersey bull. C. V. Swain, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 2-6t
FOR RENT Three room unfurnish-l
ed apartment, with bath; modern;
close in. Apply to "B," in care of
the Star. l-3t
The price of Chandler Automobiles has been reduced
) om all Meiels, .v
effective immediately, making it the lowest priced car
V on the market, in its class.
Ocalsi Anato aimcl Garaee Commpaey
Mr. Chas. K. Sage has received the
Summerfield, Fla., Sept. 27.
Sovereign C. K. Sage, Ocala:
Dear Sovereign: The Marion
Woodmen Association will hold its
next meeting with the Sparr camp,
at Sparr, Wednesday night, Oct. 6th.
Ering a good delegation. Let's have
a good old fraternal meeting.
H. G. Stiealy, Sec'y.
P.jBDont' forget the ladies.
Miss Lillie Frost returned yester
day from a pleasant six weeks visit
at Tybee Beach.
Mr. Charles W. Brandt, represent representing
ing representing a Baltimore concern, was a well well-known
known well-known traveling salesman in sthe city
Hot waffles with maple syrup at
Mr. and Mrs. Dankwertz and
friends are seeing the movies every
week. We expect soon to see Mrs.
Attwood accompany them.
All state and county licenses due
October 1st, 1920. Any one doing
business without license after
date subject to double tax.
W. W. Stripling,
30 Tax Collector.
Get the habit of reading the ads.
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-NTTork 2:10 am
The Philathea class of the Baptist
church will hold a social and business
meeting this evening at 8 o'clock. AH
members urged to be present.
The many friends of Miss Willie
Proctor will regret to learn that she
will leave the last of this week for
Jacksonville, navmg accepted a posi
tion in Dr. Taylor's office. This is a
good position that Miss Proctor will
take and while her many friends will
miss her, they are congratulating her
upon her merit is receiving this offer.
Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
The following shoppers were noted
on the streets Saturday by a Star re
porter: Mr. I.iS. Billups, Summerfield;
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Lee, Eastlake:
Miss Willie Bishop, Anthony; Mr. and
Mrs. Bishop, Anthony; Mrs. C. Got Got-schlag
schlag Got-schlag and daughter, Martin; Mr. and
Mrs. M. N. ; Gist, Mcintosh; Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Parker, YorkMrs. E. W.
Rush and Ms. Walkup, Mcintosh.
We can save you money on your
fall suit, Jake Goldman. 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 SALEFifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf
WANTED Several hundred bushels
Marion county seed corn. Send
samples of what you have to offer
and quote. Kilgore Seed Co., Plant
City, Fla. 30-6t
TO GAS CONSUMERS
Beginning October 1st, the rate for
gas will be $2.50 per thousand feet.
30-tf OCALA GAS CO.
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:C5 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksbnville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
Miss Rena Smith, proprietor of the
Style Hat Shop, has purchased Mrs.
Minnie A. Bostick's millinery etsab etsab-lishment
lishment etsab-lishment and will also occupy the Mat Matter's
ter's Matter's store room on the Harrington
Hall corner. Miss Smith has made a
big success since she has been in busi business,
ness, business, always having on display one
of the choicest and most stylish lines
of hats -shown in this city. Mrs.
Wood, nee Mrs. Bostick, will leave the
city shortly to make her home with
her husband in Virginia.
Miss Nettie Paetke, after having
spent a few weeks teaching at Con Conner,
ner, Conner, where she was supplying until
the regular teacher could commence,
left Friday afternoon for Live Oak.
M iss Paetke' spent a busy summer
at the university in Gainesville, and
specialized in general history, which
she will teach ii the Live Oak high
school this term, beginning today.
She will also assist in tlie science
classes. This young lad$ has many
friends in this city who wish her
FOR SALE Wakefield cabbage
plants. Immediate shipment. Two
dollars per thousand. Florahome
, Plant Co., Florahome, Fla. 30-8t
j-iAKGE Sweet guavas, $2 per six j
basket crate, f. o. b., cash with
order. T. B. Snook, Weirsdale,
WOOD When you want wood, phone
566; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand
ers, Proprietor. 21-14t
- . r
FOR SALE Small line of good drugs
suitable for a doctor who dispenses
drugs. Apply to C. R. Veal, ad administrator
ministrator administrator for the estate of W. R.
O. Veal, M. D. 29-6t
LOST Sent. 30. about 3 p. m. on Or
ange Ove or 8th St., one 33x4 Good
rich Silvertown cord tire and rack I
attached. eRturn to W. C. Blood and
reecive reward. l-6t
LOST Bunch of beys last week. Re
ward to finder by returning to the
Star office. V 4-3t
STENOGRAPHER W ANT E D At
Board of Trade room. 4-3t
FOR SALE OR RENT Two miles
from Ocala on Orange avenue, six-
room dwelling, barn and 10 acres j
of good hammock land; fruit and
shade trees. Write R Q.. Holleman,
TJ & L -X- Ty L X.- x- '3- S$PSi V
! I n j i
Pillsbury Flour 1-....
No. 2 can Maryland Tomatoes
2 cans for ;'
Maxwell House Coffee
Maxwell House Coffee
NOTICE of ANIMALS IB1POUNDED
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol
lowing described animals, which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
One brown heifer, marked upperbit
in one ear, underbit in other.
The owners thereof or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified vthat if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within, three days from date hereof,
to-wit: On the 5th day of October,
1920, I will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
S. C. M. Thomas,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder It
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GOOD TASTE IN A MONUMENT
is as much as requisite as artistic de design
sign design and execution. It is found in
every memorial tsone we erect.
Whether the stone chosen be of the
simplest or the most ornate descrip description
tion description it wil lalways be within the
bounds of good taste if ordered here.
Book of designs shown any time any any-where".
where". any-where". "."
a. e. ca:rg
W. K. Lane, M. JJ Phj&IcUn and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose ana
Throat. 0Scs over 5 and 18 cent store,
Advertise In the Star.
Before you buy your fall suit, look
i over our line. Jake Goldman. l-3t
Our motto is prompt service. Phone
your orders to 243, Cook's Market and
of f reslh seeds for fall
now in. Ocala Seed
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GINGER SNAPS TT'" j
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A SHELF of this pantry is stocked with
Jl'jl National Biscuit Company products
and you will find such pantries-wherever you
go. No food occasion can take it by surprise.
There is always something good on hand for
any meal or when company unexpectedly calls.
i Thousands of homekeepers everywhere
have learned the everyday comfort of making 1
Biscuitry a real part of daily fare. 4 A supply
of N. B. C. products always in the house-
package or two of a few varieties means a
great saving of time and labor and the ready1
solving of many a problem of what-to-serve."
Have an N. R C. shelf in your pantry. Ths :
day-by-day convenience and appetite-satisfaction
will well repay you. Every variety comes
to. your table oven-sweet and fresh, no matter
where bought or when you open the protecting
In-er-seal Trade Mark package.
Your grocer carries a complete line, A few
packages on your pantry shelf saves constant
re-ordering and enables you to meet any food
emergency instantly and well.
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