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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy
tonight; Wednesday showers and
somewhat cooler north portion-

OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1920

VOL. 26, NO. 257

PALMER HITS TO
CUT lit PRICE

Coaf Operators Met Him to Discuss
the Matter Today in
Cleveland

Cleveland, Oct. 26. Approximately
1000 soft coal miners are meeting
here to consider Attorney General
Palmer's telegram to the National
Coal Association, urging steps to
eliminate exorbitant prices at the
mines.

EMMA LOU GRANTHAM

" There was a wave of sadness cast
ever Ocala and Span when the hews
was received of the death of Mrs.
Emma Lou Grantham, the mother of
Mr. Fred L. Grantham of this city and
Mr. J. L. Grantham of Sparr. Mrs.
Grantham died early this afternoon at
the home of Mr. J. L. Grantham at
Sparr, after an illness of nine weeks.
The funeral services, will be held to

morrow morning at 10 o'clock at the
Methodist church at Sparr and inter interment
ment interment will be made in the Fort McCoy
ct-metery. Pyles & Perkins are the
funeral directors.
Mrs. Grantham was a highly es esteemed
teemed esteemed Christian woman, and to know
was to love her. Just a few months
ago her sister, Mrs. Julia Henderson,
passed away at Lynne. The relatives
of Mrs. Grantham have the deepest
sympathy of their friends in their
sorrow.

EXPORTS GRAIN AND FLOUR
"ARE FALLING OFF

Washington, Oct. 26. Exports of
grain and flour decreased over a mill million
ion million dollars and cotton increased over
thirteen million dollars in September
compared with August the depart department
ment department of commerce reported today.

PROHIBITIONISTS PROTEST

THEY WILL GUT
THEIR 01 THROATS

Speculators and Strikers Steadily

Striving to Ensure Their
Mutual Starvation

Havana, Oct. 26. Millions of dol

lars worth of American products are

rotting on the docks due to congestion
and one hundred tons were dumped
in ther sea by orders of the heatlh au authorities,
thorities, authorities, while war prices prevail.
This condition is due to inadequate
docks, the longshoremen's strike last
spring and speculation.
MASQUERADE BALL
ARMISTICE DAY EVENING

The American Legion post of Mar Marion
ion Marion county is preparing a big masque masque-lade
lade masque-lade ball to be given at the club rooms
in the armory on armistice day,
Thursday, Nov. 11th.
.This bait promises to be one of the
big events of the season and a record
attendance is looked for. Gold prizes
will be awarded for the best costume
and for the best dancing couple.
Every one is cordially invited to
attend. A real jazz orchestra will be
on hand to render the music with
plenty of pep. Nothing will be over overlooked
looked overlooked in the way of preparation to
make this ball a big success, and a
good time is assured everyone.
PROFFERED THE THRONE TO
PRINCE PAUL

Washington, Oct. 26. Reports of
the national committee of the prohi prohibition
bition prohibition party filed with the clerk of the
House of Representatives todayi show showed
ed showed expenditures of $13,000 in the pres presidential
idential presidential campaign. Treasurer Wheel Wheel-ved
ved Wheel-ved reported it was filed under protest
as the activities of the prohibition prohibitionists
ists prohibitionists are educational and charitable
rather than political.
WOULD PROBABLY SELL
THEIR SOULS FOR WHISKY

Athens', Oct. 26. Succession to the
Greek throne as a result of the death
of King Alexander, is causing diffi

culty. The indications are the throne

will be offered to Prince Paul, the
third son of formerKing Constantine,
if Constantine and the former Crown
Prince George formally renounce
their rights, which they are expected
to 'refuse to do.

Later: The throne has been officially

offered to Prince Paul.

SETTLEMENT IN SIGHT

London, Oct. 26. Formal negptia negptia-tions
tions negptia-tions between the government and the
miners are regarded as progressing
satisfactorily towards a strike settle settlement.

BOARD OF TRADE

PLAN FAVORED

It is Believed that the Time has Ar

rived for Placing the Only Trade
" Organization in the County
on a Business Basis

A number of business and profes

sional men have already expressed

themselves in favor of the plan to
have one hundred men and firms sub

scribe one hundred dollars each for
the purpose of properly financing the
Marion County Board of Trade. The
campaign to secure the one hundred
will be started next week, November
4, and will take in the entire county.
The Marion County Board of Trade is
working for the interests of the
county as a whole.

It is realized that the time is ripe

for an extraordinary effort in behalf

of Ocala and Marion county. The
Board of Trade is the only organiza

tion of its kind in the county. It has
&n annual income of only $3900, mak

ing it obvious that a limitation is
placed upon the results, to be obtained
by the organization. The present in

come is inadequate even for the of

fice expenses of the Board of .trade.
It is far less than the income of any
cemmercial organization in towns the
size of Ocala in the state, and the

Marion County .Board oi Trade is a

IT GIVES FL0RI0A

A BUCK EVE

Proposed Closing of Interstate Stock Stockyards
yards Stockyards at Jacksonville on the
First of the Year

.: (Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 26 Smith & Co.
and Armour & Co. have filed in the
District of Columbia supreme court a
new plan" for disposing of their inter interests
ests interests in stockyards, terminal railroads
and market newspapers. It is under

stood that Kilson & Co. have agreed

to the plan, but Morris & Co. andlgv.iners were thoroughly familiar with

Cudahy & Co. did not. November 8th i the leageu and the republicans are

was set as the final date for the de

partment of justiec to file objection.
It is also set forth in the agreement
that the Interstate Stockyards Co., at
Jacksonville, Fla.. will be dissolved
and closed by the new year.
DEMOCRATIC DOLLARS

Haven't stacked in on us so fast the
last three days, but a few have come
to fill the gap. As we tried to say
Saturday, but "failed, Mr. O. E. Cox
handed in a two-dollar bill to help
elect his Cousin Jimmy, and we took
it, without stopping to tear a corner
off it. A large and influential mem

ber of the Cash family, living at lie

McS WEENY'S FUNERAL

COI HAS CLOSED

W. VA. CAMPAIC

Is Greatly Encouraged by the Recep Reception
tion Reception he has Met in the
Doubtful State

OWIIS THE

11IIG HALLOO

Flew Eleven. Hundred Miles From
Alabama Pinywoods' to Ver Vermont's
mont's Vermont's Green Mountains

(Associated Press)

Kenova, W. Va., Oct. 25. Gov. Cox

closed his West Virginia campaign
here today with another appeal for
the league of nations, declaring the
churches, labor and women were to together
gether together in the movement which was
sweenine the country. He said the

having trouble with women's meet

ings.
HARDING NEEDS MUCH REST
Marion, Oct. 26; Senator Harding
is resting preparatory to a final cam campaign
paign campaign tour through Ohio, beginning
tomorrow and lasting through the
week.

SMUGGLERS SHOULD MEET
A SHOWER OF SHOT

AMBASSADOR FROM ITALY

Chicago, Oct. 26. Thieves with
motor trucks last night broke ..open a
wholesale drug warehouse and stcrie
$100,000 worth of whisky.

Rome, Oct. 26. Senator Roland I.
RiccHt is reported has been appointed
ambassador at Washington.
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call
, at 34 Sanchez St. or phole 238. 6t

IECOND WEE

Intosh. sent in a check for $5. The

I i T OnM. UilrlA koviW

"nunfir Arr9n 7af ati Wliof has hfifln I veteran SUOCUiafcCf, Cam uauu

ooonvntiiiaiioii ir tho vf TraAa ed in a dollar bill. We have hopes the

during the last two years has been donations will come faster this week,

accomplished in spite of the financial cul aon i ?nmK we wu nave w vm'

handican. pioy a casnier.

The plan proposed for the Board of

Trade contemplates the preparation
cf Hnr!trpf. "f nr flip xrenT arA a nrn.

3 J r- I Smut

worn TMrnrlr in os..ni-4oTo tttHV, Vi? I o,

budget. It means giving the Boa-d London, Oct. 26 Plans are proceed-

of Trade adenuatP. fund for its had-S or mcaweeny s iunerai DO Hw

quarters work, publicity and several lDOUSf ne wm w

civic nroiects durmi? the course of a "we xjr o

- -j
vpar Tc if? is nn a nf pfYnrenfra.

SWIFTLY SHOVES THE

LINOTYPE SLUGS

with the unsatisfactory and irritable Alder ofJ1f,fk ?ty

drives for funds ever so often dnrine! Setting Type

0

Hi a ennrso nf a vonr Onlxr Trofa-nt-lir

of governors of the Board of Trade! TSa Lake City. Oct. 26.Alder

which called for an expenditure of ewiw, a "noiype operator, is aiu
$50. It was was not an unusual mat- have esai)L1?ed a t1 J0 hZ

ter. But the $50 was not snent he- setting jsouu ems in six nours ana

cause it would have been necessary thirty-five minutes.
rr. rrn nnf nnH rnicp Vio m ott Kir cnti. I

tributions, and it was felt that there WRANGEL'S ARMY

had been too much of that sort of WROUTS THE WREDS

thine.

If the Dronosed clan is carried out (Associatea press

the hundred dollar subscribers would Sebastopol, Crimea, Oct. 26. if-

not be called upon again by the Board teen thousand bolshevik soldiers were

of Trade duriner the vear-for which taken prisoners and much war ma

the budget would be made up. terial captured by General Wrangel's

army.

Lighthouse self-risinc flour, also

plain, 12 lbs. for 90 cents, 24 lbs. for MURPHY FOLLOWS McSWEENY

$1.75. Main Street Market. Phone

108. 26-St (AocUtl Ptm.)

Cork. Oct. 26. Joseph Murphy, oi

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Lighthouse self-risincr flour, also I the hunger strikers in Cork jail, died

plain, 12 lbs. for 90 cents, 24 lbs. for last night. The death of Murphy oc-

$1.75. Main Street Market. Phone curred at 8:35 p. m. lie was 25 years

108. 26-5t old and unmarried. Murphy, was a

member of the Irish volunteers and

The following out of town shoppers! was well known as an athlete.

were noted on the streets this morn

mg: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland, New and second hand books lor
Belleview; Mr. Rodenberry and Mrs. sale cheap; all cloth bound. Call at
W. O. Brewer. Rnmoo- Mr and Mrs 215 W. 5th St.. or hone 526. 26-4t

E. W. Rush and Mrs. Flewellen. Mc

Intosh; Mrs. C. B. Howell. Lowell. Read H. B. Whittington's advertise

ment on the fourth page, tie proposes

Todav York Tmnerini nnnfor Vxa-naAto save your money on erocenes. 25

nas and Jonathan apples. Malaera

(Associated Prs3)
Spokane, Oct. 26. Armed guards
have been sent to Eastport, Idaho, as
a result of attacks upon trainmen by
itlleged smugglers who are reported
as saying they would shoot their way
through if denied access to freight
cars to transport liquor from Canada.

(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 26. Officials of the
Aero Club of America have conceded
that the international balloon race,
starting from Birmingham, was won
by the Belgian entry, Belgica, piloted
by Belgian army officers flying 1100
miles to Vermont.

AGAIN ARE KILLING AMERICANS

After a Brief Rest to Obtain Ammu Ammunition,
nition, Ammunition, Mexicans Resume their
, National Amusement

(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 26. The state de department
partment department was informed today of the
killing of two American citizens in
the Tampico oil fields.
I OST IS ONE OF WILSON'S PETS
President Wilson has been formally
leque'sted by a committee of the Am American
erican American Legion to dismiss from office
Assistant Secretary of Labor Post.
The committee claims that Post was
instrumental is stopping the deporta deportation
tion deportation of aliens.

Get the habit of reading the adil

CdDII

Our hundreds of thrifty
patrons have taken
advantage of this great
opportunity. . . .

Every piece of Yard Goods
in the House at .... .

I

er Cfflfi

Le

14 j.&--"?.zjr-

a:

Goodrich
Silvertown Cords

"Best in the Long Run"

on

Mr. Bruce Meflert,

; one of these Famous
Tires, made

29,981 Miles

SLAL0CK BEOS.
Vulcanizing

, Phone 78 Oklawaha & Main

grapes, oranges, grapefruit, cranber

ries, persimmons, string beans, avo-
J J TT7 1

cauo ana wasningcon .pears, cocoa cocoa-nuts,
nuts, cocoa-nuts, Brazil nuts and am expecting

Jbmperor and Tokay grapes, Winesap
apples and other things. Phone 218. It

LET THE MISSIONARIES LOOSE

Many

Poor Heathen Haren't Had a
Square Meal in Tears

(Associated Press)

Washington, Oct. 26 The

United

AN

The Fashion Center

0CAIA,

FLORIDA

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Whittington's specials today should I Lutheran church convention adopted

commend your attention. Bead his I a resolution asking governments to

advertisement elsewhere. 25 1 modify war-time restrictions on mis

sionaries

Telephone messages, telegrams and

cards have been received in the city Gerig's Dru Store has instituted

"wuica auu menus oi ur. ana i individual service as ita soos iuuu

Mrs. Edmund Martin, saying they 1 tain. i 29-tf

.

are navmg a wonderful trip. They

were at Daytona Beach Sunday, at Missionary circle No." 3 met with

Kockledge Monday and expected to Mrs. M. M. Little yesterday after

reach Palm Beach today. Before re-1 noon. Mrs. C. E. Simomns presiding.

turning home they will visit Miami I Mrs. C. G. Barnett led the devotional

and other points on the east coast. I exercises and Mrs. L. N. Green acted

as secretary nro tern. Minutes of last

The Gainesville football team went I meetinsr showed excellent work done.

to Tampa Saturday, and defeated the I Business for good of" the order dis-
TT!1I 1 I .

tiuisDorougn nigti m a spirited game I cussed most interestingly and pront pront-by
by pront-by the score of 6 to 0. Ocala hieh ably. Jack o' lantern and candles were

has lost to both these teams. Yet I then lit. Program and shades were in

the Gainesville team is not much I Hallowe'en desien and yellow Cali-

heavier than the Ocala team. It hasjfornia daisies, goldenrod and other
met several much heavier teams and! flowers carried out the color scheme

either defeated them or given them ajof this occasion. Mrs. T. "M. Moore,
mighty hard tussle. The reason fori the much loved president of the W.

this is that the Gainesville team is M. S., cheered and encouraged all by
able to employ coaches that can give her presence and advice. Vocal and in in-their
their in-their entire time to training the boys, strumental music was much enjoyed,
When our team can do the same, it particularly the latter rendered by
will also win victories. It has the Mrs. Sanders who has so often de de-material,
material, de-material, lighted her Ocala friends in a similar
manner.
Listen ladies, pure thread silk
Everwear HOSIERY, the most adver- Lumber, rough or dressed, at our
tised hosiery sold in Ocala, only $1.75 mill. Anthony Farms, Anthony, Flor Flor-at.FISHEL'S.
at.FISHEL'S. Flor-at.FISHEL'S. 2-8t lida. 19-eod-2t

WEDNESDAY
October 27
We will have on Displav the com complete
plete complete assortment of All-Wool Fab Fabrics
rics Fabrics from
The Sc&iaefier-WeedoiB
Tailoring Company
The recent considerable
' -REDUCTION!
in Woolen Prices offers an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to the Man who wants a
High-Grade Tailored-to-Measure
Suit, to secure one at "a
Real Saving in the COST.
We invite you to inspect this dis display
play display at our store on
WEDNESDAY.
Mr. Pearce, of the company, will measure yon
correctly.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1920

Pabllnhed Every Day Except Sunday by

STAK PUBLISHING COMPANY

OCALA, FLORIDA.

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DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS
'

The voters must remember that the

ramps f f candidates "appear in al

rhhptical order on the ticket. Let

them study the following names oyer

every day between now and election,
nnrl thoir eves and memories will au-

fnTYntiV11v fmide the pencil when

they mark their ballots:
Martin Caraballo.
P. W. Corr.
- Charles E. Jones.
V. Knott.
J. G. Sharon.
G. B. Wells.

If you nurse a grouch, it will bite

.you,;. : ..';.. .;' .':.--.;..

If you have a neighbor who you

think will forget next 'luesaay is
f election day, keep your eye on him

and remind him.

- ..... f

fication Rally and ; Frank Clark's
speech on the public square Thursday

(day after tomorrow) t evening.

Study the ticket you find in the

Star. It's not near so difficult as toe

Sunday school lesson you walked thru

so blithsomely a few years ago.

Again the Star requests its friends
to vote for Bruce -Meffert. Bruce is
the real iroods and has proven that

he doesn't fade in the wash. Any op-

ponent he can have will be an expen

ment. vote for Bruce.

Only about fifteen women have reg reg-istened
istened reg-istened in the city of Ocala. The books
close on the second Saturday in No

vember. It is of- special importance to

women that they vote in their city

elections. We "have said much."

The death of King Alexander of
Greece will add to European compli complications.
cations. complications. Alexander seems .'to have
been a pretty good king as kings go.
He was young, patriotic and amiable,

and nad the confidence of a large pro

portion of his people.

Send the Ocala Finance Committee

a dollar, or anv larger sum, for the

campaign fund.. The press dispatches
show that Jimmy Cox's story about

hiV renublrean money; is coming true.

Eut the democrats are holding., the

line with a scanty supply of ammuni

tion. .

.. Amprirjin newsnaner men find it

difficult to believe the stories coming

from Germany of millions of people
wearing clothes and shoes made of
paper. They. can't understand how

the Germans obtain the material

' Now. if thev could obtain the unsold

copies of Hearst's newspapers, 4 they

misrht have enoucrh, but Hearst pa

pers are too rotten to be good for

anything.

There is such a large proportion of
our neonle in the cities, and in non

productive occupations that food and
clothing are scarce and high compar compared
ed compared with what thev were ten years ago.

If this proportion keeps up', it will
not be many years before people will
be starved out of the cities and have

to go to the country. Unused to the

eountrv. thev will suffer untold hard

7'
ships and lose many lives before they

become self-supportmcr. Any think

ing person would see this, but how

few comparatively think.

. The Woodmen Camp and the Wood
men Circle of Ocala had an enthus

iastic meeting Friday night. About

fiftv members of both lodges attend

. ed. Mrs. McDonell of Jacksonville,
the Woodmen Circle' organizer, was
present and gave an interesting talk
on Woodcraft. 'After the feast of
reason and the flow of soul came solid
refreshment to hold it down. The
4piece de resistance" made no resis resistance
tance resistance at all, being a large and tender
purlo, served with the usual trim trimmings.
mings. trimmings. It can truthfully be said that
all present enjoyed themselves to the
full. Mark Temple prepared the
purlo and supplemented it with. a box

It is more than likely that when

Terence McSweenv entered on his

fast that he did not believe it would

rnd onlv with hi3 death, and the same

is nrobablv true of the other huneer

strikers, who went to Cork jail and

began their fast before McSweeny
heiran his. All men must admire Mc-

Sweeny's pluck in withstanding the

torture of hunsrer thru the ftrst days

of the strike;-a torture accented by
the fact that good food was set be

fore him three times a day and was

aiwavs within his call.

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However, no matter how plucky he

was, all sensible men must consider

his sufferins and death as an useless

sacrifice, and his so-called martydom
a mockery. It is difficult to see where

his death has helped Ireland. It has
not incensed the Irish against Eng

land to any greater extent than ai-

rpadv exists. It has not made the

Irish any friends. It has probably

lost them many, for it is well under

stood that McSweeny's fortitude was

hrappd bv the instructions of the so-

called Irish republic. The ofhcials of
this make-believe organization were
appealed to that they should ask Mc

Sweenv to relent and preserve nis

life, and had thev done so he would

probably have yielded. J3y not doing

so, they have lost Ireland many
friends in America: and the tone of

the American press thruout Mc

Sweeny's fast shows that it generally
considered him more of a fool than

anvthinsr else. We Americans are as

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capable of making the supreme sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice as anv people, as our men and

women in all ranks of life have often

shown. But we are rather averse to

ii seless'" sacrifices, and the more the

atrical they are ; the less we fancy

them. An American, m the case oi

McSweenv. would have quietly gone

to jail and endured hi3 sentence, and

tried to live, for the sake, of his
family and in the hope of further

service for his country.

The case of Debs will illustrate
this. Debs has committed an offense

against his government considerably

lighter than Mcsweeny : committed

atrainst his. Yet he has been handed

a much more severe sentence; but he

14 -trvmer to live out his sentence ana

serve his cause. Thereis no doubt

Debs is sincere in his belief, and no
matter what he has said he has never

encouraged open warfare against his

country.

As for the Ensrlish. they have done

and are doiner precisely right in their

policy toward hunger strikers. A

number of men and women, not only
in Great Britain but in America, con convicted
victed convicted of very slight offenses and. put

111 jail, uave guuc vn i-iwugt oimvvo,
and a maudlin sentiment, which in our

opinion has been confined to a decided
minority, has caused them to be set
free. The British government and the
British people, after years of annoy annoyance
ance annoyance from this sort of foolishness,

have realized it is a menace to their
existence and seem to have come to
the conclusion that if a man .would

rather starve than eat, when food is
set before himl that that is his busi

ness. Their .course toward McSweeny

and the other hunger striKers is proD-

ably a horrible surprise to tne tinn
Fein, and it is more than likely that

hunger strikes in the British Isles

will go out of fashion. It is to be
hoped that our government will be too

wise to allow them to become the

fa shion here. If a man sent to jail
for an offense wants to starve himself
out, it is best to let him have his way

and starve until he goes out in a box.

If the British had shut up : Mc

Sweeny on short rations, let alone no
rations at all, they would have re received
ceived received and deserved the most severe

condemnation of America -, and the
world.; Instead, they gave him a light

sentence and did all in their power to
induce him to eat.

The verdict of the civilized world on

McSweeny will be that he died not

like a martyr but like a fanatical

fool.

In the meantime, "several other

Irishmen are starving themselves to
death in Cork jail, and are almost
certainly doing so at the bidding of
the Sinn Fein, which is uselessly .sac

rificing their lives in the belief it can

thereby win s ympathy from the world.

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YOU. pay only, a small amount down
and the remainder in easy pay payments
ments payments later. Let us explain our brand
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new, convenient and inexpensive 'plan.
You not only get the many superior
' advantages and greater value of the

Overland at its new low price, but we
make it wonderfully, easy to buy. JVct
now and own this car with the
famous Triplex Springs that com com-bine
bine com-bine big car comfort with small car
ECONOMY.

A similar easy payment plan for Villys-Knight Cars

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Home of Overland and Willys-Knight Cars

At its meetinsr Monday nieht. Ocala

Lodffe: No. 19. K. of P.. put on its

amplified third rank team for the

help of another lodge, Fort McCoy, a
number of whose members were in at attendance.
tendance. attendance. Esquire Fry of Fort Mc

Coy attained knighthood m the most
impressive manner. A dozen mem members
bers members of the Fort McCoy lodge came

over to see mm thru, and a knight
from Reddick joined the assemblage,
makingi with the OcaTa members a

large attendance. Sir Fry1 was
hrourrht face to face with a most ter

rifying ordeal, which he underwent as

well as the majority of the Pythian

brotherhood. It was an instructive

evening for all..

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and "considering the quality the prices are ex extremely
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of every description will prove attractive to you during the
, -'good old summer's time.1' We have them from
$15 and Up.

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have plenty of good things -to
eat on hand all the time,
when you use Calumet Bak Baking
ing Baking Powder.
Mix up a batch of biscuits
or the finest kind of cake
if sail the same. There is
never but one result the
sweetest and most palatable
of tfoods. t
There is not 23 much worry
over bailing costs either.
rjw!ttt3 flaltimet casts less -when

you buy it the price is moderate.

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If sew ?3 will get you two of the best

SHEETS you ever snoozed m, 10
yards S6-inch Bleached SHEETING
for $3 at FISHEL'S. 22-8t

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CONTRACTOR
Anything in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
. Tile" and Plastering
PHONE 526, OCALA

Your feet are your best friends. If
they give you trouble, why not have
a free examination by M. M. Little
graduate practipedisL 11-tf

W. K. Lane, M li Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla.
Big assortment of Boy's knee pants
suits at reduced prices at Walkley &
Harnett's. ... 1 25

Properly fitted glasses

C-'"C!'X tivp. awav that sauint

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nsr. drawn, unnatural

see. expression seen in defec-".vv-v
ve eves.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

It costs you less whenyou use
it because you don't use as
much of it it has more than
the ordinary leavening strength.
You get more out of the flour,
sugar, eggs, shortening, etc, tecause
there ere no failures no waste.
Received highest awards
World's Pure Food Exposition, Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Paris Exposition, Paii3, France,
TlieiarsestsellingbTandfatlyrarcrld.
Mix plain flour with pure baking
powder instead of using cacertain
mixtures. Then you wjll kno your
flmrr eamvnt be adtrtterstwl.

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4 cups of p5ir7
flour, 3 level tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons Calumet

Baking Powcsr,
Yz tospooa cf
salt, I crp cl
sugar, 2 eggs,
beaten togettei
2 tablespocss cl
melted butter,
1 CUP Cf TZm
Then mix ta

ON SALE AT- FISHEL'S

Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to

2:30 p. m. 17-tt

Hose. 19c: Black Silk Thread, 5c:

Needles, 5c. pkg.; Tape, $4; Bit, 8c;
Buttons 4c and 8c; Snap Fasteners,
8c; Combs, Sc. Many other bar

gains at FISHEL'S. -8t

No fear of germs when you drink

1 at Geris Drug Store. 20-tf

NOTICE TO PUBLIC

Am now in position to handle any
size contract. None too large or too
small.
All work guaranteed. Estimates
given free. WTM. A. TINSMAN,
tf Phone No. 52G. Ocala, Fix
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NA3IES OX ELECTION TICKET

Following are the names on the

ballot you will vote Tuesday, Nov. 2.

I he names of the democratic ranrli-

dates are marked with an X. Commit
them to memory. You need not pt.

pect the ticket to look like the follow-

Make a Tour Throunh

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T7T TE want every lady in Ocala to make a trip

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through this store next Tuesday after- M

uuuii, ueiween tne nours ol three and six (

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?t have a treat in stnrp fnr vnn Tn font t.,rt ,.,:n

..ry ( ...wa. ... j VU, .. "I 1ULI, W C Will JX
serve you with good things to eat, and NO DOUBT
$ show you something that you HAVE NEVER
gS HEARD ABOUT.
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g' to buy unless you so desire. However, it will be $
) a mihtv ood idea for you to bring your purse Jjj
() along, for this store, as well as U-SERVE NO. 2

is failed brim full of nice things.
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We are now open for business with new
and improved equipment for automobile
repairing, and will give you prompt ser service.
vice. service. "New and second-hand cars. Com.
plete line of Gasoline, Oils and Grease.

tars Washed $1.00.' Agents for
NEEDHAM MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 252 ; Orange and Ocklawaha
OCALA, FLORIDA

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W. R. PEDRICK

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AGENCY

)le Ij?ke a SPecialy of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same
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GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Aflents (or "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Gcarantce

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An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station

We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. s
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

SPENCER-PEDRICH MOTOR CO.
PnONE 271

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PYLES & PERKINS

Foacral Directors & Embalciers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
OCALA. FLORIDA

What-have you to sen or tradat

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Cardial estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work the money than any other
contractor in the city.

ins, for it won't. This list will help

yon omy it yon study it closely. You
must memorize the names and rrv

them in your heads. You must not

carry tne following list nor any other

memorandum isto the voting booth; in

iacc, you naa netier not carry it even
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Presidential Electors Vote for Six

X Martin CiirnKallA

X P. W. Corr.

X Charles E. Jones.
X W.V.Knott.

X J. G. Sharon.
X G. B.. Wells.

Geo. W. Allen.
James W. Archbald.
E. M. Brelsford.
W. R. Bryant.
H. L. Gough. i
Fred Cole.
Charlotte R. Coffin.
J. H. Drummond.
Leland M. Chubb.
Mrs. L. L. Hays.
Mrs. A. E. Henri.
A. N. Jackson.
L. M. CEelley.
R. A. McAuley.
J. W. Locke.
J. B. Moffett.
W. N. Nanney.
Herman W. Pilsbury.
F. F. H. Pope.
Wesley C. Richards.
Ernest M. Smith.
B. G. Smith.
Geo P. Wentworth.

For United Stotes Senator Vote for

' . One

X D. U. Fletcher.

J. M. Cheney.
G. A. Klock.
M. J. Martin.
For Representative in Congresa Vote
. for One
X Frank Clark.
W. L. Casa.

Fred H. Cubberly.

For Governor Vote for One

X Cary A. Hardee.
W. L. Van Duzer.

George Gay.
Dr. F..C. Whitaker.

For Secretary of StateVote for One

X H. Clay Crawford.
B. E. Dyson.

For Attorney GeneralVote for One

X Rivers H. Buford.
William Gober.

For Comptroller Vote for One

A irnest Amos.
Jas. T. McCarthy.
. W. H. Northup.

For State Treasurer Vote for One

X J. C. Luning.
II. L. Ewing.
F. E. Hunt.

For Commissioner of Agriculture-

Vote for One
X W. A, McRae.
Newell B. Hull.
M. N. Porter.

For State Superintendent of Pubiic

instruction Vote for One
X W. H. Sheats.
J. E. Junkin.

For Justice "Supreme CourtsVote for

One
W. H. Ellis.
Thomas F. West.
E. P. Axtell.
F. W. Marsh.

N. B. K. Pettingill.

Railroad Commissioner Vote

for One
X A. S. Wells.
S. C. Baird.
George C. Crom.
-George C. BIcDougal.

For General Assembly Vote for Two

X C. W. Hunter.'
X Nathan Majro.
L. R. Hampton.

For Clerk Circuit Court Vote for

One
X T..D. Lancaster.

For Tax Assessor-Vote for One

X W. L. Colbert.

For Tax Collector Vote fnr nW

X W. W. Stripling.

For Sheriff Vote for On

X S. C. M. Thomas'

For County Judge Vote for One

a kjs. u-utch. ;

For County Superintendent of Public

instruction Vote far On

X Henry G. Shealy.

For County Survevor Vote for On

a w. A. Moorliead.

For Supervisor of Registration of

iuanon uounty Vote for One

X D. M. Bareo:

For Members Board of County Com

missioners vote for Fire, One

in Each District

For Commissioner First District

Robert Bruce Meffert.
A. S. Pickett.

(Messrs. Meffert and PiVVtt

both democrats).

For Commissioner Second District

X Ed. Weathers.
For Commissioner Third District

X R. L. Clvburn.

For Commissioner Fourth District

A G. A. Waters.
For Commissioner Fifth District

X J. E. Talton.

For Members Board of Public In

struction Vote for Three

X W. T. Gary.

X A. G. Stephens.
X C. R. Veal.

For Justice of the Peaee Vote for

One
W. A. Jeffcoat.

Proposed constitutional amendment:

Proposed constitutional amendment;

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For all Classes nf

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ana concrete
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Contractor I

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NewGoods

Sanitary

COOK'S.
IT and GROCERY

Phoee 23
The Store of Qualify

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee

Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Promptness

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A kilowatt DELCO-LIGHT at a greatly reduced price is
1 offered to you. This plant generates plenty of electricity for
the average requirements of the farm home, for abundant electric
light, powerfor pumping water and for running the machines
ordinarily turned by hand.
And the price u only $425 f. o. b. Dayton, Ohio

There are larger PELCO-LIGHT
models for larger requirements at pruts
lower than thtse paid for former models ef
the same capaeina. AU DELCO-LIGHT
models have the same unexcelled mechani mechanical
cal mechanical features. They are self-cranking,
self-stopping, air-cooled, have only one
place to oil, and are equipped with thick
plate, long-lived battery.

No matter where you live, there is a
satisfied user near you, enjoying the
comforts, conveniences and labor-saving
features of DELCO-LIGHT. Over
125,000 plants in daily usage are your
assurance of the continued satisfactory
and economical service of all DELCO DELCO-LIGHT
LIGHT DELCO-LIGHT models. There is a size
DELCO-LIGHT to meet your needs.

Wriu, phone or call for detailed information
H. W. TUCKERMaler

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Double recleanea seed oats and

Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

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Moros a Satisfied User NoarYou

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STUDEBAKEK'8

MiLiirpIhy Motor qcala 1

flAILRDAD SCHEOUL

Arrival and departure of p&ssenzer
trarns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

FOR SALE
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
ORANGE TREES.
Will Deliver and Plant for
$5.50 EACH
The Large Trees.

WARTMANN NURSERY CO.

Ocala, Fla.

10-14, deod-tf

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Comnanv. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

Igntang for QUALITY not prices, tf

NOTICE TO PUBLIC

For HALLOWE'EN plenty white

cloth cheap. FISHELS. 22-St

Am now in position to handle anv

size contract. None too larsre or too

small.

All work guaranteed. Estimates

given free. WM. A. TINSMAN.

tf Phone No. 62S. OtjiIa. Pl

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the city

oi Ocala has Durchased the h fins snri

lot located on May street at the foot
of Main street and proposes to open
Main Street thru paid nwrnorhr Thia

will require the removal of the dwell dwelling
ing dwelling house thereon and will leave two

sinps oi iana on eitner siae oi said
Main Street as fmenpd. -urTiirh cfT-irm

will be of approximately the follow

ing- oimensions:. mat on the west

side 15 feet e and w by 105 feet -n
and s. That on the east side 22
feet e and w by 105 feet n and s. The
city council will at its next regular
meeting to be held on November 2nd,
1920. consider bids for saw! Hwllfnt

and said strips of land, the dwelling

io De removed within sixty days from
acceptance of bid therefor. The bids
nay be for any one of said offerings
cr any combination thereof and shxil
Le accompanied by a certified check
fcr ten per cent thereof as evidence
of good faith. The council reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
H. C. Sistrunk,
10-22-9t City Clerk.

Leave

2:20 am Jackson viEe-NTork

Arrive
2:10 ara
1:30 pm
4:35 pm

UNDERWEAR MUSLIN for fine
serviceable wear, reduced to 35 cents
at FISHEL'S. 22-St

4:05 pm
2:15 an

l:S5pza

1:55 Dm Jacksonville

4:05 pm Jacksonville
Tampa Tampa-2:15
2:15 Tampa-2:15 am Manatee- -St.
Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa
1:50 Dm Tam na-M&r tatea

4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R,
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTTork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-La'keland 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 Leesburj; 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday,- Wednesday, Friday.
'Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.



OtfAtA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1920

OCM QGCUHREE1GES

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phone to five-one.

society items,

Temperature this morning, GO; this
afternoon, 83.
H.J5. Whittington is offered some
attractive prices on groceries today.
See his advertisement elsewhere. 25

Dave Woodrow is no friend of the
barbers.

HOLQUIST-GEEEN

Use "Goodnight" and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.

Dr. Chace ha3
visit to Tampa.

returned from his

Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

Mr. J. II. Speering of Sanford spent
Sunday in town with friends.

Flower bulbs at
Store.

the Ocala Seed
6-tf

Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock Mr.
Oscar Ray Holquist and Miss Euolia
Green were married at the home of
the bride's parents, on South Fourth
street. Present at the ceremony were
the families of the bride and groom
and a few of their closest friends.
Rev. C. W. White, pastor of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church, officiated.
Mr. Holquist is a resident of Or Orlando
lando Orlando and very popular in social and
business circles of that town. Mrs.

Holquist is originally from Orlando,

having resided in this city only a few

months, but since residing, here has
made a number of friends who will
regret, that her marriage will take her

back to Orlando. She is an exceeding-

y pretty and attractive young wom

an and will be quite an acquisition to
Orlando society.

The bride and groom left amid a

shower of congratulations and good
wishes for a happy and prosperous
married life. After a wedding trip

through the state, Mr. and Mrs. Hol Holquist
quist Holquist will be at home to their friends
in Orlando.

Mr. Roy Galloway is in the city for
a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Galloway.
Nice selection of patterns in boy's
blouse waists at low prices. Walkley
& Barnett. 25
Our line of LADIES COATS, the
newest models, are 25 cent cheaper
than elsewhere. FISHEL'S. 22-8t

Mr. James Taylor returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Palm Beach, where he
attended the Shriners' convention.

Orange packers wanted by
Citrus Association. Apply at
packing house. ; 21-5t

Ocala
Ocala

Mr. Winthrop, Robinson, a student
at the University of Florida, spent the

week-end in the city with friends.
The council didn't pass the ordi

nance, but we put in the individual

service. Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf

After several days visit in the city,
Mr. Tom Wallis has returned to his

studies at the University of Florida

Nice line Blue Serve TROUSERS,
also Brown, Blue and Green Flannels

at FISHEL'S 22-8t

There is a petition that every law

abiding citizen should sign at Gerig's

newsstand. Go ask Charlie Rawls to

let you see it. s

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Miss Sina Kite, the efficient young

superintendent of the Girls' Indus

trial School, has as guests her mother

and little brother Mrs. J. R. Kite and

Tyler Kite, from Tennessee.

We guarantee to save you money

on your Hats, ladies; ask your neigh

bor. FISHEL'S. 22-8t

At the Rotary luncheon, today, it
was proved beyond dispute that those

three clever young men, Ardis Wa

terman. Harvey Clark and Arthur

Da vies are well trained at home.

Dance over the Commercial Bank

will be given in future on Wednesday
evening of each week. 262-t

Editor Harris of the Banner was

ths honor guest at the Rotary lunch luncheon
eon luncheon today.

Just arrived, York Imperial apples,

$2.25 per bushel, 60c. a peck or 6c. per
pound. Phone 218. It

Big Oscar Stucky was in town to

day. Oscar did about four men's work

in the war, and now he stays at close

to home as he can.

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Will sell Apples, beginning Tuesday morning,
for two days at the following prices
82.00 PER BUSHEL. PECK, 50 CENTS
Selling at A. C. L. team track at Freight Depot. They are fine stock and
you'll regret it if you fail to lay in a good supply.

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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOH
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line, maximum, oca
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six timea
75c.; one month. $3. Payable in ad advance.

FOR SALE Fifty
. miles from Ocala.
Collier Brothers.

acre farm two
Apply to owners,
30-tf

FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
road, 200 feet of Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, ba:;h, hot and cold
water, gas, electric lights. L. N.
Green. 8-tf

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Any lady desiring to learn Spanish

will please meet with the Spanish

class Wednesday afternoon at 3:45 at

the high school. r

Lighthouse self -rising flour, also

plain, 12 lbs. for 90 cents, 24 lbs. for

$1.75. Mam Street Market. Phone

108.' 26-5t

Mr. Arch Cuhill of Martel, Mrs. J.
3. Cam thers,. Coleman and Dr. T. K.
Slaughter of Summerfield, were visi

tors in the city yesterday. ;

Dance over the Commercial Bank
will be given in future on Wednesday
evening of each week. 262-t

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig left this
afternoon for Lakeland, where they
will attend a Rotary meetingt the
high card of which will be Dick
Smith, one of the biggest spokes in
the eighth district wheel. : s
Just arrived, York Imperial apples,
$2.25 per bushel, 60c. a peck or 6c. per
pound. Phone 218. It
When Messrs. J. J. Gerig and W.
K. Zewadski looked over the registra registration,
tion, registration, list in Saturday's Star, they
didn't find their names, and telephon telephoned
ed telephoned wrathfully. All we could tell them
was that we thought it likely they
had been disfranchised.

"Peggy Stewart" Middy Blouses,
formerly $3 reduced to $2.48 at
FISHEL'S. 22-8t

Mr. W. V. Newsom returned this
afternoon to his home in Jacksonville
after a pleasant ten days visit in the
city with his mother and sister, Mrs.
W. V. Newsom and Miss Helen New Newsom.
som. Newsom. : :; : -;

YouH profit by reading the ads in
every day's Star. ?.
'- Miss Onie Chazal will entertain the
members of the "A" club at cards to tonight
night tonight at -her home on Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. This club will indulge in a game
of cards every Tuesday evening dur during
ing during the season.
Big assortment of Boy's knee pants
suits at reduced prices at Walkley &
Barnett's. .. 25
Mr. Durett Stokes quite a renown renowned
ed renowned artist, has arrived in the city to
spend the winter. Mr. Stokes will
spend most of his time at Silver
Springs, where he will find many
spots of natural beauty for his brush
to transfer to canvas.

Men's Everwear Sox $3 box for
lteles; pure thread silk $1 the pair.
FISHEL'S. 22-8t

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Russell, whose
marriage was an interesting event
taking place last week at Moore
Haven, have arrived in Ocala and
are comfortably at home in Mrs. C.
R. Ty dings, cottage on Oklawaha
avenue. x

Dr. Edison's Cushion Sole shoes" for
tender feet and "Eazall" arch pro protecting
tecting protecting shoes, can be had only at Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor. 11-tf

Just arrived, cranberries. They are
fancy; 15c.a pound. Phone 218. It
Boy' all wool knee pants suits with
extra pair pants at reduced prices at
Walkley & Barnett's. 25
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green arrived
in Ocala yesterday afternoon after an
extended visit to points in Chicago,
Virginia and Asheville,, N. C. Their
friends will be glad to know that they
expect to remain in the city for at
least two months and will be located
at the Arms House.

Boy's all wool knee pants suits with
extra pair pants at reduced prices at
Walkley & Barnett's. V 25
, Today York Imperial winter bana bananas
nas bananas and Jonathan apples, Malaga
grapes, oranges,' grapefruit, cranber cranberries,
ries, cranberries, persimmons, string beans, avo avocado
cado avocado and Washington pears, cocoa cocoa-nuts,
nuts, cocoa-nuts, Brazil nuts and am expecting
Emperor and Tokay grapes, Winesap
apples and other things. Phone 218. It

Just arrived, bananas 50c. and 60c.
a dozen. Phone 218. It
Just arrived, cranberries. They are
fancy; 15c.a pound. Phone 218. It
Mrs. J. ;H. Handbury, accompanied
by Mrs. Walter Ray and Mrs. Carl
Ray and two children of Martel, spent
the morning in the city shopping. Mr.
and Mrs. Handbury are packing their
furniture and making other arrange arrangements
ments arrangements preparatory to moving to their
new home at Inverness, where the
sawmill at Martel has been moved and
in future will be operated.
Apalachicola oysters fresh today.
3hone your orders. Cook'3 Market
and Grocery. Phone 243. tf

Dry Salt Mullet, just in, llo
per pound. ri--.LLfi'
.Morris Supreme Ham ARc
per pound --49 w

Clover Bloom Butter
pr pound . . ...
10-ounce glass Guava Jelly
per glass ....
CHEESE;
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New crop Prunes
per pound J

No. 2 can Tomatoes
per can .. ....
Evaporated Peaches ;
per pound
Arbuckle Coffee
per pound ---------
New crop Extra Fancy Rice
per pound
15 pounds
Irish Potatoes - :
SUGAR
per pound-r .--
Self Rising Flour; Lighthouse
12 pounds.- ...
Sell Rising Flour, Lighthouse
24 pound i
Compound Lard
per pound --- -
Sweet Mixed Pickles
per pound.,-..-
Welch's Grape Juice
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Welch's Grape Juice
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OR SALE Two .story frame build build-mpr
mpr build-mpr opposite old A. C L. Ry depot.
Submit offer in writing to JI. W.
Henry, chairman of committee. 20-tf

FOR SALE Bie six Buick, first-

class condition, four new Miller cord
tires and a good extra; looks good;
$775. Will trade for smaller car.
See or write W. L. Jennings, Fair Fairfield,
field, Fairfield, Fla. 20-6t

WANTED Second hand typewriter;

Underwood or L. C. Smith prefered.
Must be in good condition and'
CHEAP for cash. Address Box
417, Ocala, Fla. 22-Gt

FOR SALE Fotfr-hole wood cook

stove; in' first class condition, $15.
Apply to Mrs. Mack, Carter. 23-3t

STRAYED Collie dog about eight

months old; name Shep. Return to
229 Fort King avenue and receive
reward. 22-3 1

FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring car.

Will be sold cheap for cash. Apply
to S. S. Savage Jr.," Ocala. 25-6t

FOR SALE On account of closing

house for a few months will sell
some choice pot plants, also White
Wyandotte chickens, fining room
furniture, one wood cook stove in
good condition, one very large kit kitchen
chen kitchen table on casters, one small
table and one second-hand refrig refrigerator.
erator. refrigerator. -Call at 714 South Third
street, east. 25-3t

REFINED middle aged lady wanted
to act as agent in the handling of a
staple and standard line of goods;
good territory will warrant $5 per
day, net, in commissions to agent.
On receipt of $2.50 as security,
samples and particulars will be for forwarded
warded forwarded on request. Address care
of J. W. C. Adamson, Tampa, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 10-26-5t
FOR SALE OR TRADE Second Second-hand
hand Second-hand one-horse wagon; 2-Kp. Inter-
c national Harvester Co. engine; -1-Hp.
International Harvester Co.
On rrinp Will coll rhetor nr tnf

f W.IVUj V VACAUW AVI
corn or syrup. D. N. Mathews, 609
Second St., Ocala, Fla. 2G-Ct

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Mr. John Tarver, after a. pleasant
two weeks visit in the city, a guest
at the home of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J.,V. Tarver, left this afternoon
for his home in Arkansas. Mr. Tarver
made this visit home at this time
especially to see his father who has
been ill for some time. Friends of the
family will learn with much pleasure

1 The reason why our third ward that Mr. Tarver is steadily improving.

subscribers did not receive tany pa

pers yesterday afternoon was that the
carrier boy in that ward threw both
the Star and its readers completely
down.- He did not come after, his
papers, and none of the force knew of
it until this morning. ;

Nice selection of patterns in boy's

blouse waists at low prices. Walkley
& Barnett. 25

J ust arrived, bananas 50c. and 60c.

a dozen. Phone 218. It

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This is the last week that this offer is good,
after this week the price goes back up. Let us
have your order now while you can save 20.
This Discount on Cash Sales Only

MAW

TFle Tfiire Maim

Mr. f Charles Fox accompanied by
Messrs. Wilson and Mullen of Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, arrived in the city yesterday
afternoon.' Mr. Fox, his uncle, Mr. F.
W. Ditto and cousin, Bryan Butler,
motored to Cleveland by way of Ak Akron,
ron, Akron, Ohio, the first of the summer,
the two latter returning several weeks
later, but Mr. Fox spent the summer
in Cleveland. Messrs. Fox, Wilson

and Mullen made the trip in the same
Franklin car-that Mr. Fox drove
north and made good time, "being on
the road one week and never had a
moment's delay on account of car
trouble. These young men will leave
tomorrow for St. Petersburg, where
they will spend the Vinter. They will
be accompanied by Mr. FoxJs aunt,
Mrs. Frank Ditto, who will visit rela relatives
tives relatives there for several days.

NOTICE TO PUBLIC

Am now in position to handle any
size contract. None too large or too
small.
All work guaranteed.' Estimates
given free. WM. A. TINSMAN,
tf Phone No. 52G. Ocala, Fla.

Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf

YOU CAN SAVE
Many Dollars
On your shoe bills by haying us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. MAZORI & CO.
Between Tea Cent St 3re and Geria
Dru? Store

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Texas h&ij Suffered Witli PcHirj
and Aciiis Pahs m Htr Ezzk,
Yfhlzb, Csrdd RelleTed.

Houston, Texas. Mrs. C. D. Coofc, ei
1912 Whltty Street, this city, recently
said: "About four months after xny
marriage, I . began gufferias much
pain, and knew that my condition vai
unusual, but couldn't Just decide what
waa wrong. I had to go to bed. ...
"All across my back and hips were
pains, pulling and aching until I could
hardly sit up. I stayed in bed a few
days. My husband tad heard cf Car
dul . so I told bin. he might get it
"After I had taken Cardui a few
days, I was up. I took five bottles and
haven't been in Led since for this
trouble, for if I have the least eyrap eyrap-tcras
tcras eyrap-tcras of this trouble I get Cardal and
take it in time.
"I h?.ve a number of friends who
have used Cardui, and they recossmend
It very highly."
The experience of this Texas lady
13 similar to that related by thounda
of other women. i
Cardui is purely Tegetable, and mildt
and gentle in its action. Cardui may
be the very medicine you need if suf suffering
fering suffering with womanly troubles.
Take Cardui. KC-12S



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