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OGALA, FLORIDA, TUKSDAY, OCTOBER .5. 1920
r0L. 2G, NO. 238
tonight and Wednesday.
11 MAJOR OFFICES
Sim STM A
SEHTEIICE Of GDUOT
LIKE il BUD
JL 11 11 X
V 1LI N
LEV MID III
Indiana Beat the Dodgers on Their
Own Ground by a Score of
Three to One
' ( Associated Press)
Brooklyn, October 5. -Clear- cool
weather marked the opening- of tht tht-world's
world's tht-world's series baseball games today,
after last nitrhtV rain. All tickets
were sold and many, fans were disa-
pointed. The pitching selections are
expected to be Bagby for; Cleveland
and Marquard for Brooklyn.
IMMENSE TTLNUANtfc v
Twenty-five thousand fans- were
packed in Ebbets field when the play-
ers took the field and hundreds who
had stood in the ticket line for hours
were turned away. -
WESTERN UNION REPORT -The
Cleveland: Evans, If; Wambaganss,
rb; Speaker, cf; Bums, lb; Gardner,
3b; Wood; rf ; Sewell, ss; N'Neill, c;
Coveleski, p. '"
Brookjyn: .Olson, ss; Johnston, 3b;
Griffith, rf; Wheat, If; Myer, cf; Kon
v etchyT lb; Kilduff, 2b; r Krueger, c;
Marquard, p," V '
Attendance, 25,000; pmpires, Klem,
Conelly, Dineen. v." -r
v FIRST INNING
Cleveland: Evans out short to first.
Wamgsgariss out fly to left. Speaker
Brooklyn: Olson out fly to right.
Johnston fanned. Griffith out short to
Cleveland: Burns hits to first, going
to. second, and scored when first over
threw second, ball going to left field.
Gardner out short to first. Wood walk walked."
ed." walked." Sewell sine-led 'to center.' Wood
going to third. O'Neill hit to left for
two .bases, scdrinsr Wood. Sewell "ero-
ing to thircLCoveieski Imtnlt doMr
ftrst base. Sewell run down between
third and home. Two runs, three hits,
one error. .- ,.' ,. .' :t -,-
r Brooklyn: Wheat flied out to cen center,
ter, center, Speakee making a great catch
Myers out fly to right. Konetchy out,
short to first.
Cleveland : Evans walked, Wabs-
ranss out bunt, third to first, Evans
going to second. Speaker dut fly to
left. Burns hit to third," catching'
Evans between second and third.
t Brooklyn: Kilduff out, short to first.
Krueger put third to first. Marquard i
out, third to first; r
V FOURTH INNING
Cleveland: Gardner out third to
first. Wood hit to center for two
bases. Sewell out fly to center. O'Neill
jhit for two bases to right field, scor
ing Wood. Coveleski out, short to
first. One run, two hits, no error's.
Brooklyn: Olson singled over sec
ond. Johnson hit to short putting Ol Olson
son Olson out at second. Griffith singled to
center,- Johnson stopping at' second.
Wheat out, fly to left. Myers out fly
' to right. j
FIFTH INNING J
Cleveland: Evans out fly to left.
Wamsbcanss fanned. Sneaker, out
fly to right. Griffith made a wonder
ful catch back up against right field
Brooklyn Konetchy out fly to center.
Kilduff out fly to right. Krueger ou
third to first.
Cleveland: Burns fanned. Gardner
out fly to left. Wood fanned.
Brooklyn: Lamar (batting for Mar
.quard) out line fiy to short, short
making a great leap and pulling the
ball down with one hand. Johnston out
sacrifice, pitcher to hrst. Olson went
to second. Griffith out pitcher to first,
Cleveland : (Maniaux now pitching
for Brooklvn. Sewell. O'Neill and
v r ,
PrnAklvn? Wheat hit for two bases
against right field wall. Myers out
short to first. Wheat going to third
Konetchy out first to pitcher, pitcher
coverin? first. Wheat scored. Kilduff
fanner. One run, one hit,, no. errors.
V EIGHTH INNING
Cleveland: (Jamieson batting Tor
jvans jamieson oui, snon. 10 ur&u
VVaosganss out pucner to nrst. opeaK
er out third to first. r -f
UrooKiyn: krueger out ny to center.
Mitchell (Mitcheir batting for Ma-
mauxj smgiea to rignt. xieis ;run-
ning for Mitchell) Olson walked, ad-
canving Neis to second. Johnson out,
fly to third. Griffith hit to short who
threw Neis out at third.
Cleveland: Cadore'now pitching for
Brooklyn, Smith batting for Burns.
Smith out second to first. Gardner out,
first unassisted. W. Johnson batting
for Wood. Johnson but pitcher to first.
Brooklyn: Wheat out first to pitch-
Unfortunately .for the Republican,
Report of his Secession
Marion, Oct. o. Answering the
widely published reports that Sena Senator
tor Senator Borah, leader of the treaty irre-
concilables in the Senate, would quit
the republican campaign because of a
difference in views with benato:
Harding, the 'Harding headquarters
today made public a telegram from
Koran, announcing he woum continue
to work for republican success, and
wanted to see Harding win
HAYS WILL CLAIM GEORGIA
Chicago, Oct. 5. Chairman Hays
nf the national 'republican committee,
in a statement made public today de
clared the ; republicans have a' good
chance to carry North Carolina and
Tennessee in the .November election.
He also claimed all states west of the
Mississippi except Arkansas, Kouis Kouis-iana
iana Kouis-iana and' Tevas with Texas doubtful.
Ohio and West Virginia are likewise
claimed. , .' .'
COX HAVING A DAY OFF
Dayton, Oct. 5. This'-. was the. first
day of real rest Gov.. Cox has had in
many weeks. The candidate had no
conferences or speaking engagements.
SUFFS ARE NOT CERTAIN
-Washington, Oct. 5. The anti-
suffragists today asked the supreme
court to pass on the constitutionality
of the suffrage amendment.
PRICES ON GffcAIN
ARE FALLING FAST
Chicago, Oct. 5. Wheat prices
opened here today at the lowest of the
season; December being, quoted at
$1.93. Coin and oats were in sympa-
WILL SOON BE. ABLE TO WORK
y (Associated Press),.
London. Oct. 5. Lord Mavor Mc-
Sweeny passed a fairly good night
and the fifty-fourth day of his hunger
strike found him able to talk. He told
his physician he felt very weak but
Was in no pain.
J A congregational meeting of the
members of the First Presbyterian
church will.be held at the church, to
elect new officers, Sunday, October 17,
1920, by order of the session.
Clerk of the Session
NOTICE TO AUXILIARIES
Members of the Women's Auxiliary
I the American Legion are urged to
neet next Wednesday evening" at 8
o'clock on the second floor of the
armorv. I'lease come and hem ns
j build up our local organization.
Claire L. Moremtn, Sec'y.
Get the habit of reading the ads.
er, pitacher covering first. Myers out
fir to center. Konetchy fanned.
. 020 100 0003
.000 000 100 1
FIGURES OF LAST
New fork; Oct. 4. The world's se
ries last year between Cincinnati of
the. National League and Chicago of
the American League was the first
five out of nine series nnder ,the na
tional commission's jurisdiction. Only
eight games, however, were necessarv
to decide the championship, this being
the second time that eight games
I T 1 rm t
)ere piayea. i ne otner occasion was
in we Boston Americans
u 1 A 1 T "T 1 m
ana ine ew rorK iMationais were
ooiiged to play an extra game because
one m tne regular series resulted m a
While the Boston-New "York series
of 1912 still holds the record for total
attendance at 215J.901, the series be between
tween between Cincinnati and Chicago last
vear estahlisrieH n nt-ar Vi i rrfi m a -ri-.
J reeeints whe o?a qoq
saw the games pajd a total o $722,
- 92g. The attendance figures and re
ceipts of the series last year follow:
Date anJ City Attendance Receipts
0ct i.Cincinnati . .30,511 $98,778
2. Cincinnati. ..29,511
3. Chicago. ... .29,126
4. Chicago . . .34,363
5. Chicago 34,376
6. Cincinnati . 32.006
1. Cincinnati . .13,923
Oct. .Chicago .....32,930
Delicious banana splits served at
the Court Pharmacy. 5-3t
AVent Up in Flames Just as the
World Meeting was About
-. to Open
Tokio, Oct. 5. The building in,
which the world's Sunday school con-r
veniion was to be held was burned
just before" the opening of the conven convention
tion convention todayThe building was crowded
with -delegates,, including many Amer Americans,
icans, Americans, but the dookkeepers expressed
the belief that all escaped. -'
Secretary Handed in a Fistf nil of Iron
Men, and Others are
on the Way
Donations to Date
E. Layton ... ..........
. .' 5.00
W. T. Gary ........
J P. Phillips
J." H. Benjamin ... . ,
J. R. Owens .... ; T. . .1 .
R. A. Burford .'.
Mrs. R. A. Burford
Miss Mary Burford
Rr F. Rogers .....
Nathan Mayo ; .
J. W. Hunter .....
W, F. Yocum .....
W. A. KnigTit . .
Cash .v ..........
R. L. Martin ...
W. K. Zewadski '. . i
G. S. Scott
W. A. Wilds .,
Mrs. James H. Hill
E. C. -Bennett'--."..:,
M. L. Reynolds -. .
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead Moorhead-J.
J. Moorhead-J. R, Moorhead ....
W. W, Stripling ...
Cash ; ............
Cr E. Simmons
Taylor Bros. .-. .'. . ;
Buford Leitner . .
John R. Roigers
Mrs. Ernest Blair .
Jv-dge W. S. Bullock
L. H. Chazal
Send or give money to any one of
the undersigned members of the
ucaia i? inance jommittee. All con
tributions noted in the Star.
v J. H. Benjamin, Chairman.
" L. H. Chazal, Secretary.
W. X. Gary, Treasurer.
' LESSONS IN VOtlNG
Tonight the members of the Busi Business
ness Business Woman's Club will be given les lessons
sons lessons in how to vote in their club rooms
:n the Clyatt building above the ab
stract office, and all members are urg
ed to be present. Also all others de
siring this information are cordially
invited to attend. Mr. W. JD. Carn .is
the instructor and it is needless to"
say if you come you will be benefited.
Please be on time. The meeting will
open at 8 o'clock
Cream'puffs, chocolate eclairs, lady
fingers, sponge cake and doughnuts-aj
Carter's Bakery. 5-2t
profit by reading the ads in
every day's Star.
POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMMERCIAL
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- Ocala Fla. .- '
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prior to May first nineteen twenty-one will refund to every
Jt purchaser during
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lM Ocala, - ----- Florida
Action of Gen: Van Zandt Adds Much
. Interest to the Confederate
Houston, Oct. h. Added interest
has been given to the Confederate re re-iiiion
iiiion re-iiiion here by the announcement of
General K. M. Van Zandt, commander-ir.-chief,
that he would not be a 'candi 'candidate
date 'candidate for reflection. This action threw
open contests for all major offices.
Savannah, Little Rock and Louisville
are seeking the next reunion. The first
session of the reunion willTiot be held
STEPHEN W. SHEPHARD
Last night at nine o'clock, Mr. j Norwegian and Swedish governments
Stephen WT. Shephard died at the home will be taken up at the first meeting
of- his daughter, Mrs. Sherwood at 0f the assembly of the league at Gen Gen-Sparr,
Sparr, Gen-Sparr, after a long illness. Mr. Shep- eva on Nov. 15th. They have already
hard was 81 years old, and splendid! been submitted to all .members of the
citizen and highly 'respected by "all league for studv, and require the ap ap-who
who ap-who knew him. The funeral services i proval of the council and a majority
were held this afternoon at 4 o'clock
from the residence and interment iqok
place at Anthony. Rev. Plummer of
Anthony officiated and Pyles& Per Perkins
kins Perkins of this city were the funeral
PAYNE WANTS ACjTION
Editor Star: Please allow me to
suggest to your readers through the!
Star to call the attention of the white
women who are going to vote to the
names of the democratic nominees in
this election, so that they may famil familiarize
iarize familiarize themselves and know, when
thev attempt to vote, who and what
name to mark, no matter how many of four years which jshail not he sut sut-other
other sut-other names are printed on the tidket. ject to re-election for the following
In reeisterine the white women
here I found them totally at a loss to
know who are the nominees and how
to get this information and how to
mark their ticket and it is only thru
the press that we hope to get this in information,
formation, information, by having the papers print
the names of the democratic candi candidates
dates candidates in full from now until election.
This is a new class of voters willing
and ready to do their full duty but
lack information and methods and,
will have to be 'instructed and the
press of the country is the educator,
. The county superintendent "should
have a list of democratic nominees
dosibu in xuii anu repuDiican aiso u
desired, in every white schoolhouse in
this county and teachers instructed to
give five or ten. minutes daily to
teaching this branch of civil govern government.
ment. government. Educate, the chili and you edu educate
cate educate the home and make the citizen fit
for the duties of life. This is sug suggested
gested suggested in the interest of our nation,
state and county and I sincerely hope
i? will meet with your approval.
Success to you., and your fearless
paper. Sincerely yours.
M. L. Payne.
Reddick, Fla., Oct. 4.
(We will print the names of the
lominees, Mr. Payne.--Star).
SUGAR TOOK ANOTHER SLIDE,
New York, Oct. 5. Sugar reached
the-lowest price of the season here to today
day today when the refiners announced a re reduction
duction reduction to 12 cents for fine granu granulated.
CLARENCE H. NACKAY, PRESIDENT
. Im mmm mmmmm
that period the. amount
make special newspaper
is to be Supposed It is Not Very
Difficult to Do at this Time
. Ancona, Italy, Oct. 5. Sixty per persons
sons persons arrested last June during the an anarchist
archist anarchist riots have started a hunger
strike as a protest against delay in
being brought to trial. A general
strike has been called here in sup support
port support of the prisoners' claims.
AMENDMENTS TO THE
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Washington, Oct. "4. Four amend amendments
ments amendments to the covenant of the League
of Nations suggested by the Danish,
vote of the assembly, to become effec-
One suggestion proposes a fixed an annual
nual annual meeting of the assembly to be
held either at the time prdpived for
in the rules of procedure, or on a
specific datesuch as the second Mon
day in September. It is also proposed
that on the demand of 10 members. of
the league a special meeting of: the
assembly .shall lae called at any time.
Another 'proposal would regularize
the method of selecting the- fpur non non-permanent
permanent non-permanent members of the council. It
is suggested that the assembly after
the first selections shall name a new
state each year to serve for a period
period. The purpose is to .secure sue-
cessive representation on the council
of a large number of states while
making only one change in member membership
ship membership each year. .
A third amendment proposed to
omit the word ."generally" from the
following paragraph in Article 2QII:
"Disputes as to the interpretation
lof a treaty, as to any question of in-
ternational law. as to the existence of
any fact, which, if established, would
constitute a breach of any interna
jtional obligation, or as to the extent
j and nature of the reparation to be
j made fof any such breach, are declar-
ed to be among those whoch are gen
erally suitable for submission to arbitration.'-,
The purpose is to "make the obliga
tion to resort to arbitration more ab
solute and precise.
The fourth amendment would per
mit the council to authorize a state
in the vicinity of another state
against which an economic blockade
has been enforced to maintain a cer
tain degree of intercourse with the
covenant-breaking state if, this is
considered necessary by the council to
prevent the blockaded state from
threatening or attacking its neighbor.
It is contended that some measure of
freedom should be allowed especially
in the case of smaller states where
the fulfilment of the blockade obliga obligation
tion obligation might lead to occupation of ter territory
ritory territory by the covenant-breaking state.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
announc ement s
Big- Bill Haywood and his Comrades
of the I. W. W. Must Return
Chicago, Oct. 5. The United States
circuit court of. appeals today tipheld
the conviction of William Haywood
and ninety-three other Industrial
Workers of the World who had been
sentenced in the lower court to prison
terms for obstructing the draft during
FLYNN THINKS ZELENKO'S
ALARM W AS FALSE
" '(Associated FTess)
New York. Oct. 5. William J.
Flynn, chief of the bureau of investi investigation
gation investigation of the department of' justice,
today expressed the belief that Flor Flor-ian
ian Flor-ian Zelenko, the Russian held at
ittsburg, had no connection wnth the
Wall street explosion- v However, Ze-
enko's movements will "be checked
OLD NORTH STATE
IS LOOKING UP
' ; -
opulation has Increased 15.9 Per
Cent in Ten Years
Washington, Oct. 5. The popula
tion of North Carolina was announced
oday at 2.556,486, which is an in
crease of 350,199, or 15.9 per cent.
MISS GIST IN OCALA
Following yesterday's missionary
meeting in the Methodis church, Mrs.
T. M. Moore, president of the W. M.
S., introduced Miss Anetta Gist of
Blelntosh, who has recently returned
rom" five years service in the missioii
fields of Japan.
Miss Gist led her hearers in an
imaginary tour othrough the Sunrise
Kingdom, explaining 'modes, of travel
and cuVtoraiS, the latter riuite tV'e op-,,
posite to ours. Buddhiism and Shin-
toism prevail and teachers and pupils-
who do not worship at the government
shrines, and do homage to the spirits
of departed heroes- are considered dis-
oyal. They worship they Know not
what, in a religion which they care
nothing for, not even morality, the
priests themselves, bein's: depraved,
Our kindergarten work, tho much
andicapped for lack of finances and
the H. C. of L. is accomplishing much
in the conversion of parents through
their children, who readily learn their
Bible stories, songs and the Christian
example of our trained workers there.
English night schools 'are very efTec-
tive in bringing many-young men to
Christ and in aiding them to decide
for the ministry among their dwn peo
ple. Yearly commerce increases be
tween us and Japan and what we do
for them counts for the world.
Materialism grows in Japan and
alarmingly jn America. We are so.
satisfied with ourselves, spoke Miss
Gist, that we forget the rest of the
world, and cannot see' that right
among us, in our own' Southland, we
have the problem of Africa. What
are' we, doing toward supplying com
petent teachers, leaders and real
preachers of God's word to eradicate
the fads, superstitions, excitement and
isms which are so detrimental to the
salvation of souls? Do we "think on
thes things' 'and do we' realize that
nothing anywhere can help America
but His word thru the .gospel and the
examples t of those who live daily in
tpe service of the Great Master who
"went about doing good?"
fhere was a splendid g.udience from
all of our churches to hear Miss Gist
and as she is to remain yet some
time before returning to her work in
Japan, her. many friends look forward
to another meeting with her.
WILL RUN AGAINST W'ATSON
An Interesting but Hopeless Fight
Staged by Harry Stillwell
Macon, Oct. 5 Harry Stillwell Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, a Georgia author, has an announced
nounced announced his candidacy for United
States senator as an independent in
opposition to" Thomas E. Watson, the
EAST COAST OF MEXICO
RAVAGED BY EPIDEMIC
Washington, Oct. 5. Yellow fever
epidemics prevail at all the principal'
ports on the east coast of Mexico and
the United States public health serv service
ice service ha 3 placed a quarantine against all
travelers from those ports to prevent
a possible spread of the disease in the
W. K. Lane, BL Physician and
Surgeon, tpeci&list Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat- OfSce ever 5 and 18 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. .IT
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, OCTOPER 5, 1920
mam, a- a
Pabltfce4 Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
IV V. laTfngood, Seeretary-Treaanrerlvery few.
J. II. lifojariiiu, Editor
county. It is the women vote that
makes matters uncertain. The women
have registered largely in Ocala pre precinct,
cinct, precinct, and the white women are much
in the majority. But it must be re
membered that a good many Ocala
white women will vote the republican
ticket, altho those who will vote for a
negro candidate are in our opinion
On the other hand, we are informed
Fntiroi nt Ofali)- Fia... oostolnce as I . .rfT
second -class matter.
nuklnrxM Offle ...
society K-porter . .......
are registering about two to oner in
proportion to the whites. A great
many white women don't want to
.Five-One I vote. The husbands of some of
. .TWHeTea J ctMnya EOTT r?rt nronf tknrvi
to vote, rrobably, they don't under-
member associated press .stand that white supremacy m the
- Th Aiatpf! Presa la exclusively Icountv is at stake- -That is what we
SilitS'XS1 or want the democratic county commit commit-not
not commit-not otherwise credted in this paper and j tee to get out and hustle ifor. 1 We
H2 can run.
also the local news, publlshea nerein. t th m f. rnmitv im-
pf repuDllcauon oi 8pecai i "7" 7
"iscatches nereln are aiso reaerveu. iminee iu De use me raoDit inat was
I in the way of the scared nigger
T it 1 A A 1 1
domestic subscription rates, wmer le mem run iiKe tne aevii, or
fin v.ar. in advance ............ ?-?o get out oi tne way ot somebody wno
Blx months, in advance
'i mnntHct In artviinfe
On month, m aavance ...-v.... i snowier indication oi republican ac
tivity is that the necrdes alreadv
-1 7 7
iDVEBTiswu.KAiM. .registered are paying their poll taxes
Dlapl.y. A&.5e; in :.fnnrfc irr nnmW ; ,.-,
nncofilTiVP mseniOIlS. Aimiutn-B i 4 w. :
tions Z5 per eem auuuiuna, louring me montn oi September they
iW1 nf 'l cent, per "inch. "spiral paid in 243 polls. In the same time.
poKition 20 per cent auuiuma.. a wnue men paid oniy zt pons
ati 4-Wh minimum. Less tnan I ., -T . .
lour inches will tae. h'&he Tio I White democrats have been relying
WhlCh Will De IUrDl?nu uVU KJ ft rto r, a ttin -Rnr
V. n Anil ATI T f 1
week allowed on readers without extra J The money of white people has edu
cated them. They are being taught
iteatfinsr Notieeaj 5 cents per lin for the negroes are not $o ignorant as
rt insertion: s cenis P ue jr: tVW ma tWi, fc rtirf Mr,
iiv.nnnt Insertion.' une cnanso i v v-.v -"""j jvco B&u.
Legal advertisements u legal rates.
COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
Martin Caraballo P. W. Corr
rt, ri a F- Jones W. V. Knott
J. G. Sharon C. Wells
i ot iticXl SITUATION
, IN MARION COUNTY
how to vote. Any man or woman who
can read and write and has a good
memory has a good chance to vote
the ticket correctly.- Negro men and
j women are being organized and taught
m this county and all over Florida.
The slush fund Jimmy Cox accuses
the republicans of having must exist,
for money is being lavishly spent in
every, state where the republicans
have a chance.
The republicans want to carry this
Tho nolitical situation in this coun- county. for Harding and.Coolidge, and
i' . j I thev want -to elect two men to the
ty is one to cause a ueiuwxai. -
i t nrm Tlv democrat. We mean I regisiomis. un.vc acyiuc txuou,
1 I. 1 V Li UIC4i&.afca J a
.i.... ..ju-ia nartv nlW-lthey will probably put up another
most? WI1U tuuoiuw u. Jt" c I - ... -
iance a principle and a trust, -year m 'y a Bruf as.-we,uu
. 5 s,Af mork a hien- not thmk a white man will have the
UIIU J VJU.., am
for the sake of the state and county
theyshould be laid aside.
Democrats of Marion county, get up
and get busy. Tell your county com committee
mittee committee to get to work or get out. See
to it that your democratic neighbor
pays -his poll tax. Try to induce all
the white women in your neighbor-
register together in your schoolhouses
and let the experienced men teach
them how to vote. See that they have
transportation to the registration of
fice and the polls.
Jf you don't you may have reason
to hang your heads on the evening of
Nov. 2, and go home sad and asham ashamed.
ed. ashamed. Do you want to let your state
lapse into the republican eolumn? Do
you want Fletcher and Hardee to
know that the magnificent effort you
made for them last June was thrown
away? Do you want negroes to repre
sent your county in the ; legislature 7
Do you want two or three of them in
your courthouse? Do you want pos possibly
sibly possibly honest but" entirely inexperienced
negroes handling the great bond is issues
sues issues you, have voted?
Some of you act like you don't care,
and it would be proper punishment
for your indifference to send you for
the next four years to Liberia.
We don't want to stir up ill feeling
toward the negroes; We don't, want
them ill 'treated nor barred from their
rights.!; -.They are doing only what the
whitee wnnM An unnfrr the same cir
cumstances. It's not their fault,- but
the fault of dirty, sneaking white menir
who are using the negroes for tools, J jjjpi
ready to soil their own blood for the P3?
sake of office. The negro is an imita imita-tor
tor imita-tor in civilization; if there were no (yi.
' t. ?a li ij t : ...
mean wnue men mere wouia oe iewi
See GABSOIM'S Mew Arrival in
gall to run pn the ticket.
Scrip DANCE tonight 8:30 over the ffi
Commercial Bank. Jat;z music. It
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EARS OF THE NAVY
A strong attempt is being made byl ; We hear they are thinking of nomi
the renublicans to carry Marion, and I nating candidates for county clerk
if the democrats don't watte up ana i county juage anu supermienueni oi
work it may succeed, f! 1 public instruction.
The democrats need, waking up bad- We don't blame the. negroes. They
jy. The chairman of the county com- have a right to nominate candidates
. mittee, an able and popular young and elect them if they haye the votes.
man, entirely neglected his job until This opportunity has been put in
the Star gave him a ruae jon monuay.jtheir hands try, white people.
lie ct busy at once, but tne atar We An not t.Ko wnmpn. Pir.
was as apathetic as a majority of the1. The eyents of the past few weeks
democrats in-the county, he wouldn't have shown that a large majority of
novo i nnmr ni tii i iih r"iri:Liuii uubiiithA v -vm Li'Ia-Ja.
w : I btiv wmtc wuiucii ut r xuriua never
election day. Niel Ferguson is a very waned the ballol Manv of those who
- busy young man; his private affairs have registered have told the Star
and those of his firm require his close didn't want to vote, and registered
attention, but if he can't attend to only out of a sense of duty. Old Old-this
this Old-this campaign, 'he had better call the fashioned ideas mighty good ideas,
committee 'together and resign, and by the way are keeping thousands
the committee should elect in his place away fr0m the registration offices, but
a man who will hustle irom now uniu
after the election. We would like to
see somebody like that Mathews boy
at Flemington or J. E. Thomas of
Span on that job. "Somebody, that
will get out among the democrats and
hustle from morning till night, stir
them up, make sthem see their duty to
. the county and state, and party, and
see to it that they remembered it. We
need a redhot campaign. WTe are
fools if we sit like bumps on a log
until election day.
Mr. Ferguson knew only m a
dreamy way of republican activities,
and altho there are scores of demo
, crats around town and the county that
know of them, not one of them had
the gumption to remind him "of his
.duties. : "'; : ;. v--l
The matters we reminded the chair
man of was that the republicans, in
addition to preparing to cast a large
vote for Harding' and Coolidge y elec-
a. 11 ; 1 ; 3-1.
the Florida house of representatives;
that the negro women were register-.
inYr with nrrln-p. whil tVie wlii.e wnm-
en outside of Ocala were not.' Sum Summed
med Summed n. these mean that unless dem
ocrats go to work and keep at work
Marion county may vote for republic
can electors, a republican senator and
a republican governor, and two repub-
, lican members (probably both ne negroes)
groes) negroes) -of the legislature. :
Apathetic democrats who think
there is no danger should take to
heart the following figures. There
are. said to be 2140 white voters in
this county. But the highest number
of votes cast in the primary of last
June was 187G, and we don't think
' many who were qualified stayed away
from the polls. But many- of those
who voted m the primary were repub
licans, tho' we don't believe they
would vote for a negro. It was some
of these people who tried to run Nev Neville
ille Neville against Hunter, showing a very
lamentable lack of a sense of honor,
lor any man who voted in the dem
ocratic primary and then votes
against its nominees would break his
Work m any other matter where it
would, not suit 4iim to keep it.
, We thinR it-safe to calculate there
. ore two thousand male democratic
voters in 'Marion county, and as many
democratic women entitled to vote.
and jf they all went to the polls they
would' outvote: the republicans bv a
thousand or more. But will they do
In 1910, the republicans cast 483
votes for Geo. W. Neville, 'for clerk
of the circuit court, while the demo democrats
crats democrats gave 1519 for Nugent some something
thing something over three to one. It is more
Y than likely that the republicans have
' from- 800 to 900 male votes in the
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2:15 am Msmatee-
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1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 cm C
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:43 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
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Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
' 'Tuesday l hursday, Batunlay
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During the late war you had oc
casion to read and learn much about
German; submarines. You probably
know more of the -ex-kaiser's U-boats
than you do about those of your own
navy, but we doubt very much if you
have ever heard of the' ears on board
our vunder-water craft which enables
our little "vipers of j the deep" to
lear. V"V-:L' Y-;'. .' r Y----
The above picture shows some
American sailormen at the subma
rine base, Coco Solo, Panama, Canal
Zone, making slight repairs on the
microphones, or ears of the R-12, one
of our latest submarines. There are
three microphones to each vessel,
placed near the bow, as may be seen
from the picture. They are very sen
sitive, recording every disruption of
at i v i e ii ;ii I
rlp-tert. tho lnnm nf n sfpnmpr'a nt-r 1
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pellers several miles away and mdi- J yp
cate the direction and distance the i-k.
object it from the listener. sb
rm i : .1 ri r-i I
ine .suomanne case at. "woco 0010
is one of our best, the weather, is al
ways, fine for diving and experiment-
mg, ana 11 13 nere ine .several impor-1 in)
tant myentions" nave oeen penectea
to be used on our own U-boats. Ex Experiments
periments Experiments are being carried on every
day with both submarines and sea seaplanes,
planes, seaplanes, many of them being of a sec secret
ret secret nature. --'
There is always a certain amount
of fun connected, with work in ; the
navy, no matter how serious it' is. For
instance, the lad who sent this- pic picture
ture picture gave it the following title: "Sub "Submarine
marine "Submarine doctors giving a little treat treatment
ment treatment to the ears of the R-12."
, HEADQUARTERS FOR SCSC OL SUPPOES.
v Lunch Boves, Composition Books, Tablets,
, Pencils and Colored Crayon for the children
Boys' and Girls9 School flats and Caps
Polls : Mls2 PalM : EMs2
AH our Holiday Goods are comino in daily
1VATCH OUR SHOW WINDOWS AND KEEP POSTED
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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,
Bring a good delegation. Let's have
a good old fraternal meeting.
IL G. Shealy, Sec'y.
P. S. Dont forget the ladies.
FLOORING FOR SALE
Just received, carload Martel No. 2
flooring at reduced prices; 4G per 11
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerijrs Drug Store. Store.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fal
planting is now in- Ocala fkc-l
Raising the Family- Pa won't shave His mustache 6rt in a hurry again f
OH, POft 1
OCALA EVENING STAB. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1920
Good Things to Eat Just Arrived
Star Hams. Pressed Boiled Ham
' Picnic Butts '.
Sliced Breakfast Bacon
Clover Bloom Butter Apples 1
Celery. ' Cabbage
Fresh Milk and Buttermilk
, Everything New and Fresh, Courteous Treatment and
A Saving to YOU by Trading Here.
ABBOTT LUFFMAN :
Phone 562 7 N. Magnolia St I
The ii(leFf issffisn
fflOYe.'tlwn. type and talk
The reason that the world is so much more comfort comfortable
able comfortable and convenient a place nowadays, is because ad advertising
vertising advertising has made it possible for merchants and
manufacturers totell you what they have to offer,
without waiting for the news to spread by word of
The advertiser has been able to tell many people at
once about his goods. In this way he can sell a great
many more articles in a given time and therefore
more cheaply. Because of advertising it has been
possible to invent, develop and market countless ar-
tides of comfort that you now think of as necessi necessities,
ties, necessities, which some years ago even the wealthy could
not have bought. It would not have paid to make a
few to order. r
The advertisements are something "more than type
and talk.' .They are a daily service your paper fur furnishes
nishes furnishes you in additon to the other important news of
the world, .,
MARKET .and GROCERY
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
1 nnnfT" move, pack, ship
il l LIVE STOCK,
! : PIANOS, BAGGAGE.
t j U MACHINERY,
J 'yj Ha FURNITURE, ETC c
TOE- WHrJlDSOII MOTEIL
In the heart of the city witfr Hemming JPark for a front .yard.
Every modern convenience ia each room. Dining room service is
second to none
nOBEHT tJL L2EYER,
j; E. KAVANAUGH
If yon have ajny society items,
phone to five-one.
Mr. Jim Pooser of Tampa is in the
city for a short visit with his mother,
Mrs. Mary Pooser.
Sanitary paper cups used for all
drinks at Ceng's Drug Store. 29-tf
Miss Hannay Ellis returned Sunday
afternoon, to Sayannah, to resume her
nurse's training at the Telfair hospij
tal. : J. --
Best patent flour,- plain or self -rising,
12 lbs. $1. 24 lbs. ?1.90. MAIN
STREET MARKET. Phone 108. 5-3t
Mr. and Mrs. R., L., Anderson Sr.
left this aftern6on: f?r New York
city, where they will spend several
weeks. : V
We haTe the largest and best line
of stationery in town. The Court
Pharmacy. ;-- h ; :-; : ". M 5-St ;
Mrs. Claude Nelson, and children of
Jacksonville are guests at the home of
Mrs. Nelson's mother, Mrs. Mary
Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mrs. W.'K. Liine is expected home
in a few days from Newark. N. J.,
where she has spent most of the
Best patent flour,, plain or self -rising,
12, lbs. $1. 24 lbs. $1.90. MAIN
STREET ?MARKET. Phone 108. 5-3t
Miss Garnet Bos,e, formerly with
the Star now with the Orlando : Reporter-Star,
has been enjoying a well well-deserved
deserved well-deserved vacation at St. Louis.
Tenpoint Pen and Eversharp Pen Pencil,
cil, Pencil, truly a writing team simply un unbeatable,
beatable, unbeatable, the highest impression of
writing 'excellence, j For sale at the
Court Pharmacy. y 5-3t
; Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Stripling mo motored
tored motored over, to DeLand Sunday morn morning.
ing. morning. Mr., Stripling returned in the
afternoon, but Mrs. Stripling will re re-rpain
rpain re-rpain in DeLand some weeks, visiting
her sister, Mrs. Campbell. '-
' Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
' f Former Senator Murray Crane, who
died at his home in Massachusetts,
was a close f riend of Mr. G. W. Chage
of this city. Mr. Chace esteemed Mr.
Crane "Very highly arid was much sad saddened
dened saddened at' the news of his death.
; l5est patent flour, plain or self -rising,
12 lbs. $1. 24 lbs. $1.90V MAIN
STREET MARKET. Phone 108. 5-3t
Mr. : Sam Birdsey of- Macon, Ga.,
was in town for a short while this
morning en route to points south.
This is Mr. Birdsey's first visit back
to his old home in some time md his
many friends were delighted to. give
him a cordial welcome. ;
Scrip DANCE tonight 8:30 over the
Commercial Bank. Jazz? music. It
Pedro people are glad to learn' that
Mrs. Dankwertz's 'sister, Mrs. Frank
Attwood is able", to be around again
after several weeks 'illness, and are
looking forward to her appearance in
the store again as her alert manner
and pleasant smile havebeen missed.
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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY--not prices, tf
C Mr. R. L. Anderson Jr. returned
yesterday from a month's vacation
spent in Maine with his wife at the
summer camp of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Christian Ax. Mrs. Anderson
will remain in Baltimore with rela relatives
tives relatives for a few weeks before. return returning
ing returning home.
Our drinks are all made from true
fruit flavors. Court Pharmacy." 5-3t
Mr.Chas. Alton Smith and family
of Jacksonville, have moved to Ocahv
and are occupying apartments at the
residence of Mr. E. E. Dobbs, 304 N.
Main", street. Mr. Smith represents
the- Cameron & Barkley mill supply
house of Jacksonville. The Star ex extends
tends extends this family a cordial welcome.
Mr., and Mrs. A. E. Gerig will leave
today for a vacation. They will first
visit Mr. .and -Mrs. Louis Wilson and
family at Barnswell, S. C, after which
they will spend some time at Mr.
Gerig's old home, Winsboro, S. (X, and
before returning to Ocala will visit
Washington and other points in the
north. '.. -v"
Scrip DANCE tonight 8:30 over the
Commercial Bank. Jazz music; It
This evening at eight o'clock;, at
their club rooms, in the Clyatt build building
ing building 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. D.
Cam .will give the instructions and
those who heafti him Friday cpmmend
him for his clearness : and concise
manner of explaining how to vote. All
members are urged to be present and
a .cordial invitation is extended to
ethers' desiring this information.
OCALA BOY TO MARRY
AN ORLANDO GIRL
The following announcement has
been received by friends of Mr. Woods
Mrs. D. J. Hodges of Orlando
announces the approaching marriage
of her daughter
Mr. Charles G. Woods of Orlando
November 18th, 1920.
Mr. Woods, or "Charlie," as hi3
friends know him, is an Ocala boy,
born and raised here, and is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Will Woods, who re reside
side reside in the Shady section, south of
the city. He is a linotype operator at
present employed on the Orlando
Sentinel. He made his start in the
printing business with the Star, and
for several years was foreman of the
composing room of the Ocala Banner.
Leaving Ocala he went to Orlando,
and returned to join Company A when
that military organization was sent to
the border. Mr. Woods" served with
the troops at Camp Gordon, his effic efficiency
iency efficiency as a printer preventing his be being
ing being s,ent to France with his regiment,
as he was put in charge of the print printing
ing printing office established at Camp Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, which he conducted with credit
to himself until his discharge.
Shortly after the' armistice Mr.
Woods went to Orlando .to accept a
position with the Sentinel, and there
he met the young lady who will be become
come become his wife on the 18th of Novem November.
ber. November. Mr. Woods has many friends
in his his old home town who will join
the Star in extending to him all good
wishes for a happy and prosperous
Yesterday being Richard Lindner
Fort's sixth birthday, his mother, Mrs.
C. A, Fort invited about twelve of his
little playmates to come and assist
her to make merry this great celebra celebration
tion celebration which proved one of the biggest
times of Rfchard's life and no doubt
will always be remembered as one of
his happiest days.
All sorts of amusing games were
played nd for over an hour the
neighborhood was, much alive. At sun sundown
down sundown -the honbree and "his, guests, were
invited into the dining room- which
was made Bright' and cozy with' pink
and green : decorations of every de description.
scription. description. Here they were served
cream, cakes, fruit and -candies. As Assisting
sisting Assisting Mrs. "Fort in entertaining these
real young folks were her sjster, Mrs.
Peter Burkhardt and Mrs. Henry E.
'. The happy young friends of Rich Richard
ard Richard departed at dark wishing him
many; happy returns of the day and
he in turn thanked them for their
presence in making his birthday a
memorable -one and for their many
pretty remembrances which he receiv received
ed received in celebration of his birthday, y
Mr. Charles Cullen will arrive home
next week from his visit to England.
Mr. Cullen is stopping at Amhert Col College
lege College for a visit to his sons," Charles
and Ralph, before coming to Ocala.
Drink at. the Court Pharmacy. You
can always bet on a clean glass. 5-3t
Mr; Jack Oliver, advance agent for
Miller Bros'. 'circus, which will be in
the city during the fair, spent a few
days in the city the latter part "of last
week, arranging for the coming of this
popular circus: ;
Visit the ''most sanitary market and
grocery store in town. We Vwjll ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your patronage and give you
fresh ; goods and prompt delivery in
return. Cook's Market and Grocery,
N. Main St., Phone 243. 5-tf
Meet me at the American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinners-family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a m. tq
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
Miss Mary Usry and Mr. Arthur W.
Beal were married Friday night hy
Judge W. E. Smith. Both are of
Ocala and have many friends who will
be much interested to learn of their
Cream puffsj chocolate eclairs, lady
fingers, sponge cake and doughnuts at
Carter's Bakery. 5-2t
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams accom accompanied
panied accompanied their daughter, Dorothy Adams
today to Orlando, where she will enter
the Episcopal Cathedral school for the
coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Adams
will return home tomorrow.
SHOPPING AT THE U-SEiiVE
Doing your grocery buying here is just as easy
as falling off of a log.
When you enter (to your, right) take a basket.
You will find.them right before you.
At a glance you can see where the different
classes of goods are located. First comes the
glass goods, such as jams, jellies,' preserves,
pickles, olives, catsups, sauces, etc. Then comes
'the canned fruits, vegetables, meats, soups, milk,
cream and so on. v
You will see. that all glass and canned goods
are on one side Y of the store, while the package
goods are on the. other side.
When you buy here, you can take your tim e.
You soon learn where the goods are, and you
will find it a pleasure to do your Own selecting.
No clerks to trouble you to tell you that this
is good or this is better. You are the boss.
You don't as much as have to ask the price.
Best of all-YOU SAVE. There is no use
talking, our prices are ROCK BOTTOM. Take
it day in and day out, you can't beat us on
pripes. Our store is in a class to itself. We
are- not competitors of service stores. People
.who want U; 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 tack after
you have been checked out. If you are
' waiting for some one, please wait for them
at the front. V
U -SE E VE (GEO CIS U
CASO AND CARRY
Ocala House BIocIc
1 1 T7VERY cent ycu epsnd
J-- over the prke cf C
met mfektas'weU be thrcrn
away. You don't get a thisj
for it. torn caat getcreatsrkavea getcreatsrkavea-icg
icg getcreatsrkavea-icg strengtSi or gree puxSy fSaa
sis cered 3 Cslrxzsrt.
Contains only czdx in ingredients
gredients ingredients 3 hafo been cFi cFi-dly
dly cFi-dly endorsed by ths U. S.
No matter what yen pay
you can't secure c3 nssca in
Eoand bsiin ponder qpzLZf.
Yea can buy a cheaper
baking powder a little krr?-
er ci price 612a Calcsaet and nrocli
krmx ta merit. Tbsfs tLs v?ccst
Calumet never fails.
Every baking is perfectly
Iked by millions of house housewives
wives housewives and is the largest sell-
fcs brand ia tfaa wcrid.
Qtrten pives fiour a pood part of
its food value the element that'
nourishes the body. To be sure cf
1 csp cf vrhlts
fiotrr, 1 cup of
GraMta fiour, 1
sugar, 3 level
teaspoons Calu Calumet
met Calumet Baking
Powder, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon talt, 1 cup
of rai'k, lfesi
well teaten, 1
tablespoon melt melted
ed melted butter. Then
mix ia the re
UJEP C AE &ECSMR
1 Rambler Speedstef ; . f $200
J Dodge Touring . . ........ .$450
1 Overland B0, Touring. ......... $650
1 Ford Touring Car ........... .$300
1 Ford Touring Car ...........$300
1 Iteo Touring ................$500
1 1918 MaxweU Touring. $325
J Reo Speed wagon Truck Practly New
'1 Ford Truck .: $250
1 Ford Truck ...$275
B. F. C O N D CI Wf Overland and Willys-Knight Cars
iKtf Eyes of ten fall below
:-2vthe maximum emciency
1 '4.of which they are capa capa-'See
'See capa-'See ble without the person
'j.vtfS being aware of it.
DR. K. J. WEIHE, V
Optometrist and Optician
Anything In Brick, Stone, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering
PHONE 526. OCALA
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careiul estimates made cn all con
tract vork. Gives more and better
work ft r the money than any other
What have you to sell or tradsT. contracior in the city,
OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1920
Temperature this morning, 65 J this
Mrs. J. W. Ethridge of Weirsdale,
va in the city for the day.
NEW LOW .PRICES
FOR SUGAR AND FLOUR
Mr. Henry Livingston and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, M'ss Lillian, left today for a visit
to relatives in, Orangeburg, S. C.
FOR SALE County maps,
write J. R. Mobrhead.
Mr. W. J. Horner, representative of
the Western Clock Co. of LaSalle.'Pa.,
was a welcome visitor in the city yes yesterday.
Miss Verd ice Martin, Electra, Mr.
W. E. Bryant and family of Jacksonville,-
but former residents of Ocala,
Dr. T. K. Slaughter of- Summerfield,
r.nd Mr. A. Cuthilf of Martin, were in
the city yesterday and today.
Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda fountain.-
Chicago, Oct. o. Drastic cutting
of prices took place in the wheat mar market
ket market yesterday. In some cases as much
as 11 cents a bushel was slashed
from values, and December -delivery
at. one time bringing only $1.96, as
against $2.01 at the finish on Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Acute depression developed at
tie last, and the market closed, semi semi-demoralized
demoralized semi-demoralized at the lowest prices of
the day, showing a net decline of 11
to 12 cents, with December. 195 to
195 and March 191 to 191.
Sugar Comes Down
New York, Oct. 5. New low rec record
ord record prices for the year were eftab eftab-lished
lished eftab-lished in: both the Taw and mined
sugar markets yesterday. Prices were
half a cent lower than at the close of
last wee kwith raw sugar selling on
the basis of 8.51, duty paid, while rer.
fined was quoted at 12 cents a pound
by the Federal Sugar Refining Com Company.
pany. Company. ";
' n I -,Jk.
' Pon't fail to visit the Guarantes
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
trrlttinrr fn. r- tXI T A T TT V rnf nrirr.t
A -motion prevailed to" appoint a com committee
mittee committee on nominations and resolu resolutions.
tions. resolutions. I. being chairman, appointed
the committee. Mr- Neville was one
of the committee and went out with
the committee. The committee came "j
V. nmA mnnvtafl T TT 'Negrillo 4 C Q I
rr.nrlirlsto fnr ti Iponslature. and also
" o I ZZ,
recommended that the place for the,-
other be filled by the-republican com committee.
mittee. committee. That committee met twice
and after due consideration put the
name of L. R. Hampton on the ticket
to fill the second place. All of this
j i j 't ii 1 1-Z
convention. Respectfully, v
W. P. Wilson.
Ocala, Fla., October 5.
Judge Smith has issued marriage li license
cense license to Harry Clyde ( Harrell and
Miss Dorothea Goldie Baxter of Belle Belle-view;
view; Belle-view; to W. M, Petty and Miss Annie
P.. Norton of Oak. -The latter couple
vere married in Judge Smith's ofljee
by the judge this morning.
The council didn't pass the ordi ordinance,
nance, ordinance, but we put in the individual
service. Gerig's Drug Store. 2T-tf
The report in yesterday's Star that
Miss Rena Smith intended to remove
her millinery store to Mrs. Bostick's
present stand was an error. Miss
Smith says she intends' to remain
where she' is, at the stand. where she
has carried on a successful business
for over two years. ; ;
Something tosell? Advertise it."
HOW ABO Uf THIS.
Editor Star: My attention has just
been called to an-article in the Star
relative .to the republican nominees
for the legislature from this county
1 was very much surprised that Mr
George W. Neville did not know he
was one of them. I am asking, there
fore, to please be permitted to make
through your paper a plain statement
of the case, and these are the facts
A republican county convention was
called on Sept. 9th for the one specific
purpose of nominating a county
ticket, in part if not a whole ticket.
At this convention, which was held in
Ocala, at Mitchell 'hall, the question
was discussed thoroughly. And it was
finally decided to name a ticket for
the legislature. Mr. Neville was pres present
ent present and made a very encouraging
speech for the republican party. Then
phy Motor C6e
SAVING THE ORPHANS
.V. jm J
OF THE STATE
Advertise and get Results
fH fit'' ?ii t i ' w" 'ii"' w w w w i 'j!'- vX- -'jl. -'Ill'- Vr. SjT SVs. SVs
Pillsbury Flour J : .
Pillsbury Fjourl ...
No. 2 can Maryland Tomatoes
2 cans for
' per pound A
Maxwell House Coffee .
Maxwell House Coffee
3-pound can .j.
V," S" S
We now have on Kapd a ,nurnber of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room and Parlor Sets,
and 'considering the quality the prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable. .
OUR LINE OF
of every description wiy prove, attractive to you during the
'good old summer's time." Ve have them from ;
'sis ana -uii.;;;;t:';':vf-
Opposite Ocala National Bank .
North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA
Mareus C. Fagg, state superinten- i
dent of the Children's Home Society
oi Florida, has just recently coiaplet-!
ed his first ten years of service "to the
homeless, orphan, negletcsd, afflicted,
auu&ca aau auauuuiieu littie cniiuren,
from every section of the entire state.
During-these tenyears enactly 7217
of these little ones in distress and need
have received aid. care and attention
of the Children's Home society of i
Florida, practically every one'of these
cases having had the personal atten attention
tion attention of "Daddy Fagg."
During this same period Mr. Fagg
l as raised exactly $44,673.32, almost
half a million dollars, to give to these
future citizens a fair chance in life -"practically,
all of this money being
raised through personal letters of ap appear
pear appear as. the home society employs no
solicitors of any kind, anywhere. The
income of the society has increased
by leaps and bounds, during these ten
j-ears the largest amount- that had
ever been received in one year before.
Mr. FaggV coming .to the work be-
ing $3,700. During the first year Mr.
ragg secured over $io,uuu or live
times as much as. in any previous
years and so far this year Supt.
Fagg has secured over $80,000 and
the best months for the securing of
funds this year .still remain. This
wonderful increase in support indi indicates
cates indicates something of the interest and
confidence that the people of Florida
have in this great work generally
now conceded to be "Florida's Great Greatest
est Greatest Charity."
The number of children cared for
by. the society has increased from
only 33 little youngsters the year
before Mr. Fagg took charge of the
work to 344 during his first year's
service, and 1128 during 1919 and
over a thousand little ones during the
first eight arid one-half months ; this
year ;. : . : ..
Without going into any detailed sta statistics
tistics statistics the record of thes ten years
of service to Florida's needy orphan
and homeless children shows that of
the 7217 little ones in need hundreds
of homeless children have been plac placed
ed placed in homes for adoption and perma permanent
nent permanent love, care, education and oppor opportunity;
tunity; opportunity; these, little ones having. been
aved from poverty, disease, vice, ig
norance and degradation, and from
the jaws of death, to" lives of joy,
comfort and useful citizenship.
Hundreds of fatherless kiddies ha,ve
been cared for through the Children's
Boarding Home for widowed moth mothers
ers mothers who otherwise would have lost
their little ones permanently. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of homes have in this way been
saved instead of destroyed. J
Hundreds of little ick-and afflicted,
crippled and deformed, diseased and
emaciated children have received med medical
ical medical care, hospital care, special opera operations
tions operations treatment for hookworm, tra trachoma,
choma, trachoma, etc. and have been saved
from lives f pain, misery and death
Hunreds of others have been sent to
special industrial and training schools
in all parts of the country, to learn
trades, secure education, and become,
self-supporting and useful men and
Hundred of others ,have been aided
in Vays too numerous to mention.
The society has known no cheed.
except the creed of 'Service to Others"'
and each little needy youngster has
been given just the help and attention
that was needed regardless of the
cost. ; .' . .
Ten years ago the Children's Home
Society of Florida was in debt two
thousand dollars didn'S even own its
own typewriting machine and had
but 155 contributors in all the state.
Today the society does not owe one
dollar,- has property, buildings and
equipment valued at practically one
hundrt-d thousand dollars, has eight
separate buildings for its work in
Jacksonville, and a large branch home
in Florida, has thousands of contri contributors
butors contributors in evey town and hamlet, in
the state and is known eevrywhere in
Mr. Fagg says: ?A11 fhe credit for
the fine record of service of the Chil Children's
dren's Children's Home Society in Florida dur during
ing during the past ten years belongs to the
thousands of friends who have con contributed
tributed contributed the funds to make our work
possible. The newspapers of Florida
have been : our ; greatest help for
without publicity our work would
never have been known and supported
as it is today. My fine group of. thirty
workers have really done the work.
"If the people of Florida believe in
our work I am sure we will have a
greater support and a greater service
in the ten years' to come. The past
ten years hve been the best ten
years of my life and I hope to put in
ten times as many right here in
Florida the finest place on earth."
The Children's Home Society of
Florida was organized eighteen years
ago, and is directed by a board nf
forty of Florida's leading citizens, the
Second Hand Arm Shoes
Good Shoes for
A. B. H AL S E LL
No. 12 Ft. King St.
PYLES tk PERICINS
Vra Directors'& Embalsicrs
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for.Whife
s -People Only
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
. OCALA, FLORIDA
officers being Judge Wm. H. Baker of
Jacksonville, president; W. A. Blount
of Pensacola, vice president; Arthur
G. Cummer and J. H. McLaurJn, vice
presidents; R. V. Covington, treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; Frank G. Johnson, secretary;
George W. Hardee, -assistant secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Arthur Y. Milam, counesllor.
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher and
Carl A. Hardee, are among' the direc directors.
tors. directors. The Children's Home Society of
Florida is a state-wide and undenomi undenominational
national undenominational work for the care' of the
homeless, orphan and needy children
of the state, and is supported entire entirely
ly entirely and only by voluntary contributions
of money, food and clothing. Funds,
provisions" of every kjnd-and wearing
apparel of every size and kind, are
urgently heeded, and will be grateful gratefully
ly gratefully accepted at the headquarters of the
soceity, 428 St. James building, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla. right now,.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS
I have four or five, county schools
yet unsu'pplied with teachers. .These
schools will pay from, $75 to $100 per
month for six months. If there is any
lady in Ocala or the county who would
like to teach one of these schools, I
will be glad to give you further in information.
formation. information. If you have no certificate
and desire to teach, I think I can ar arrange
range arrange for you to do o. Call ofSce
phone 141 or residence phone 191. or
I will be glad to see you at my office.
29-6tdly-ltwky W. D. Cam, Supt.
. No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
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 a&Rs 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
arrange a program in celebration of
"Armistice Day," Nov. 11th.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
MOTHER GAVE IT
VSrgim La3y Sdftrci T7i& Adiei
tad Phs Until il:&tr Bejia
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & AJ
M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clQck until further' notice notice-Jake
Jake notice-Jake Brown, Secretary.
, A. L. Lucas, W. M.
R. A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the OcaIa
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in t ery month at 8 p. m.
IL, S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake. Brown, Secretary. f
Advertise In the Star. Z
' Dublin, Va. Miss Mary Allcs
Hughett residing oa RouU- 2 near
here, recently told a visitor of her
interesting experience with Cardui.
Mi3 Hughett said: "I had been suf suffering
fering suffering for some time with painful .
I was pale, didn't feel like going.
Would Just drag around, and couldn't
rest to do any good. I would suffer
mnnth with m V hflft Kid PA
and head. My limbs would ache and
I didn't know what to do, but I knew
I must do something, for I didn't get
well by letting it run on.
lly mther Is a believer In Cardu
for she saw what it did for others as
well as herself, so she began giving
It to me. m
"ir wasn't long befora I eaw a
rVianr-P it w&s lust what X needed. 1
It regulated me. I began to eat and
sleep, and the pain stopped.
"Cardui is without doubt the best
female tonic made, and I am glad I
can recommend It to others."
If suffering with symptoms such as
Mlas Hughett mentions, or other ail ailments
ments ailments peculiar to women, trhy not be begin
gin begin Gardui at once? Its -merit Is well
established by successful use for mora
than 40 years.
Vnur drucrfst sell ft NO-IS
WANTED. LOST, FOUND. FO
SALE, FOR REJfT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, ont
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six timea
75c: one month. $3. Payable in ad ad-ance.
FOR SALE Two Jersey cows and
four grade heifers. These cows andf
heifers have beenbred to a thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred Jersey bull. C. V. Swain, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 2-t.
SEE ME QUICK If you want to buy
a nicely located, modern, seven seven-room
room seven-room house. S. S. Savage Jr. 30-7t
FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers'. 30-tf
WANTED Several hundred bushels
Marion county seed corn. Send
samples of what you have to cfTer
and quote. .Kilgore Seed Co., Plant
uity, la. au-bt
U U LTU LLa tJJ
The Kind to
If Barney Trusts Them
DAVIES, TheTire Man
FOR SALE Wakefield "cabbage
plants. Immediate shipment. .Two
dollars per thousand. Florahom (
Plant Co., Florahome, Fla. 30-St
LARGE Sweet guavas, $2. per six
basket crate, f. o. b., cash with
order. T. B. Snook, Weirsdals,
WOOD When you want wood, phont
566; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand Sanders,.
ers,. Sanders,. Proprietor. 21-14t
FOR SALE Small line of good drugs
suitable for a doctor who dispenses
drugs. Apply to C. R. Veal, ad-
, ministrator for thetate cf'W.'R.
O. Veal, M. D. 2f-6t
LOST Sept. 30, about 3 p. m. on Or Orange
ange Orange Ove or 8th St., one 33x4 Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich Silvertown cord tire and rack'
attached. eRturn to W, C. Blood and
reecive reward. l-6t
LOST Bunch of beys last week. Re Reward
ward Reward to finder by returning to the
Star office. 4-3t
YOU CAN SAVE
On your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Between Ten Cent Store and Goris'a
' Drug Store
X See Me
1 For all Classes of
2 Stone, Briclr, Wood
! J. B. IcCasMII
Phone 446. 723 Wenoaa EL
All state and county licenses due
October 1st, 1920. Any one doing
business without license after this
date Subject to double tax.
W. W. Stripling,
30 Tax Collector.
STENOGRAPHER W A N T E D At
Board of Trade room. 4-3t
FOR SALE "OR RENTTwo miles
from Ocala on Orange avenue, six six-room
room six-room dwelling, barn" and 10 acres
of good hammock land; fruit and
shade trees. Write R. Q. HoUe'man,
510 23rd St., Columbus, Ga. CtdJy
FOR RENT One light housekeeping"
apartnjent, at 239 Oklawaha avenue.
All modern conveniences. Apply to
Mrs. F..E.' Proctor. 5-3t
FOR RENT Furnished apartments
for light. housekeeping; all modsrs
."conveniences; for. adults only. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. William Sinclair, No.
20 Herbert St. 5-Ct
LOST In Mclver & MacKays lot
Tuesday morning, a gold watch,
size 16. Reward to finder by apply applying
ing applying to S. J. Dorsey, No. 1011 West
Adams St. 5-lt
FOR SALFj Practically new go-cart
with top. Apply to Mrs. 7. IL
Chambers,-216 S .Sanchez St. 5-St
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stlpatloa they cct tiarsSJy
they ovcnstraia Qe 2eI2csf s
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acti. Dizziness. Dili
Tiexvousacais. or loss ol Appe Appe-XlJe
XlJe Appe-XlJe Con heitata-Cet a LotUa
1 CARTER'S LITTLE LIVES
FILLS take one after eaci
xaeal and one at bedtime, A
few days treatment win pat
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corraal. conIX tloru
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