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The Ocala evening star
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Friday, cooler tonight.
OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1920
VOL. 26, NO. 259

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COATS SNORT
01! THE UOLLAHS
Finances Lack Two Million and
; Half of Equaling the Republi Republican
can Republican Slush Fund
(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 28. Total cam campaign
paign campaign receipts by the democratic na national
tional national committee amount to $878,831,
the national treasurer announced to today.
day. today. REPUBLICANS MADE A BIG
RAISE
Chicago, Oct. 28. The campaign
expenditures of the republican na national
tional national committee around to $3,442,892,
t the national chairman announced to today.
day. today. HARDING AT AKRON TONIGHT
Cleveland, Oct. 27. Senator Hard Hard-;
; Hard-; ing conferred at his hotel today with
republican leaders. The senator will
speak tonight at Akron.
AND COX AT INDIANAPOLIS
Dayton, Oct. 28. Gov. Cox is rest rest-,
, rest-, ing at home for his speech tonight at
Indianapolis. He issued aother state statement
ment statement charging the Saturday Evening
Post and its editor with unfair par par-.
. par-. tisanship by publishing a cartoon
which he said contained misstate misstatements
ments misstatements only four days before the elec elec-.
. elec-. tion, when it is impossible to correct.
COLBY FELL DOWN ON WELLS
- London, Oct. 28. H. G. Wells, the
author mentioned by Secretary Colby
concerning an alleged conversation
he had with Lenine about Washing Washing-ten
ten Washing-ten Vanderlip, representing Harding's
"informal negotiations with Russia,"
denied the truth of Colby's statement.
HARDING DISAPPROVES OF THE
CARTOON
Cleveland, Oct. 28. Senator Hard Harding
ing Harding said today that he emphatically
disapproved of the cartoon published
in Harvey's Weekly picturing Gov.
Cox attempting to hang the portrait:
of Uncle Sam with the heart of the
covenant inscribed: "Professor Wil Wil-sonfj
sonfj Wil-sonfj League of Nations, the Immacu Immaculate
late Immaculate Conception." The senator said he
was sensitive about giving offense to
religious reverence and asked for
suppression of the cartoon, which was
.made by a syndicate which has done
work for the republican committee.
COOLIDGE WILL BE A IT UP
New York, Oct. 28. Gov. Coolidge
will lead a torchlight parade up 'Fifth
avenue tonight.
THINK TWICE; VOTE ONCE
New Brunswick, N. J., Oct. 28.
i Franklin D. Roosevelt appealed to
the voters here today to think twice
before casting their ballot away from
the republican and democratic par parties.
ties. parties. He said remember Harding is
a reactionary and Cox a rogressive.
FLORIDA AND TULANE
' WILL MEET IN FOOTBALL

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, Tampa, Oct. 28. The real rabid
football fans are going to welcome
- the announcement that there will, be
some '"ring-side" seats for the Flor Flor-'
' Flor-' ' ida-Tulane struggle here Nov. 6. It
will be the first time such a "treat"
has been offered for a big game and
the seats will be fenced off so that
t v the occupants can't "gang" any sec section
tion section of the field and interfere with
y the public in the stands,
j The "ring-side" seats will be on the
, ground below the box seats, just a few
! ieet from the side lines. The boxes
" are raised above the ground abojut
. four feet so that there is no chance
of interference with those there, even
should the ring-siders stand up.
The Tulane eleven has been prov-
'mg a powerful factor in Southern
,., football this season and plays Sat Sat-.
. Sat-. urday in the biggest inter-sectional
game of the week when it goes to
Ann Arbor to play the Wolverines.
Big August Schultz, former all all-.
. all-. American star, is athletic director
there this year, while Shaughness,
coach for several years is still on the
$i job with a strong squad of assistants.
The 32 to 0 beating they gave Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi last week speaks volumes for
their standard this year.
LADIES COAT SUITS

Fifty sample suits, no two alike,
consisting of Serges, Tricotines, Pop Poplins
lins Poplins and Silvertons. High grade goods
at low prices. Open for your inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. B. Goldman. "Why Pay More?"
10-28-3tdly-ltwky
MINOR LEAGUES DEMAND
SOME RADICAL CHANGES
(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 28. The minor
lieagues will refuse to become a party
to : the reorganization of baseball un under
der under the proposed Lasker plan unless
radical changes are made, claiming
thxt by the appointment of a new
national commission it would mean
government without representation,
and the restoration of the draft which
the minors fought for years.
Pillsbury flour 12 lbs. $1.00: 24 lbs.
$1.95 at Main Street Market. 27-3t

FARMERS fffi II

COli
Will be Cheaper than Coal or Wood
in Nebraska this Winter
(Associated Press)
Omaha, Oct. 28. Nebraska farm
ers are considering burning corn for
fuel" this winter, claiming their action
is due to the high price of coal and
the low priceof corn.
WORLD NEWS PARAGRAPHS
. Famine conditions in Chihli, Shan Shan-si,
si, Shan-si, Shantung and Honan provinces,
China, due to repeated light crops
followed by almost complete failure
this summer, are reported by inves
tigators to be the worst in jfears. It
13 estimated that 20,000,000 people
are in peril of death from starvation
ond disease during the coming winter
unless help on a large scale is afford
ed.
A campaign has been started in
Chile to collect by popular subscrip
tion funds with which to purchase
airplanes and aviation material for
the army and navy. It is expected
each province will provide funds suf sufficient
ficient sufficient to purchase one machine.
The former Grand Duchess Marie
Adelaide of Luxemburg, who abdi abdicated
cated abdicated as ruler of that nation last Jan January
uary January and was succeeded by her sister,
Charlotte,, has taken the veil in a
Carmelite convent at Modena. She
quit as" head of the Luxemburg gov government
ernment government as the result of opposition of
her subjects on the ground that she
had been too. friendly with the Ger Germans
mans Germans during the war.
Philadelphia's birthrate has shown
a notable increase in the first eight
months of 1920, after a decline dur during
ing during the war. The excess this year has
been 193 births a month over 1919
and if the resent rate continues will
be far in excess of previous years.
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A miniature statue representing
the French soldier has been presented
to Ambassador Wallace by a commit-:
tee of the Friends of the Polytechnic
School of Paris. The presentation
took place in the American embassy
and the purpose of the gift was toi
express to the ambassador and to
America the school's appreciation for j
American aid.
' v:?:i":-: ":'V yl.sf.
It is a criminal offense in Ireland
t have, arms without a permit. The
Sinn Feiners have plenty of weapons
and pay no attention to permits.
When caught they are sentenced to
terms of imprisonment of from six
months to a year. They have obtain obtained
ed obtained their arms by taking them in raids
from the people who have permits.
" .-
Cherif Bey, chief of police, declares
that Constantinople is the costliest,
wickedest city in the world. "Since
the armistice it is filled with spies,
thieves, murderers, politicians, bol bolshevik
shevik bolshevik agents, opium eaters," he said
when he heard the tombs of the sul sultans
tans sultans had been plundered and silver
chandeliers, ancient shawls and prec precious
ious precious rugs had been stolen."
There js still danger 5n the Dutch
coast from mines laid in the war.
Though the German and Dutch navies
are working hard to clear away the
extensive minefields which were laid
along the north coast of Frisia, a
great number of mines are still afloat.
With the withdrawal of Italian
troops 'from Avlona and the cessation
of hostile invasions by the Serbs and
Montenegrins, Albania is free of
foreign occupation for the first time
in her turbulent history. Albanians
feel that they have at last reached
the goal of their national independ independence.
ence. independence. The Harvard reconstruction unit
which came to France in July has
completed its work' in the devastated
regions and many of its members
have returned to America.
The former German empress, Au Augusta
gusta Augusta Victoria, has not been inform informed
ed informed that her son, Prince Joachim, killed
himself, although he did do so more
than two months ago. She merely
knows that he is dead. The former
empress has been in better health of
late ,than for several months, and
now drives nearly every day about
the park of the Doom estate in a lit little,
tle, little, pony cart.
The government of Czecho-Slovak-ia
has recognized the Czecho-Slovak
national church which is dissident
fiom the Church of Rome and has
been in existence for nearly a year.
The new'religion has gained a numer numerous
ous numerous following. It rejects the celiba celibacy
cy celibacy of the clergy and the confession
and does not recognize the authority
of the pope.
Economic experts report that many
German breweries are facing ruin as
a result of the falling off in the con-

FOR FUEL

STRIKE PROBAGLY

S SETTLE
Ballots of English Miners Likely to
be Cast in Favor of Return Returning
ing Returning to Work
(Associated Press)
London, Oct. 28. The coal miners
strike throughout England and Wales
has been settled but is contingent on
a ballot of the miners.
FUNERAL OF KING ALEXANDER
Athens, Oct. 28-Throngs attended
the funeral of King Alexander today.
The crown prince of Sweden and dip diplomats
lomats diplomats were there.
SIX MONTHS FOR SYLVIA
London, Oct. 28. Sylvia Pank Pank-hurst,
hurst, Pank-hurst, charged with an attempt to
c?use sedition in the navy, was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to six months imprisonment.
MRS. McSWEEN Y PROSTRATED
London, Oct. 2S. Mrs. McSweeny
collapsed from the strain and was
unable to participate in the funeral
of her husband. The b6dy, which is
lying in the cathedral, will be taken
to, Ireland tonight.
sumption of near beer. To prevent
this the imperial council has adopted
an ordinance which will permit Ger German
man German breweries to thicken brews by
an increase of malt content.
Hard times in Germany, marked by
high prices and depredated money
xaiues, unemployment, ana muusi-riai
reorganization, have forced readjust readjustments
ments readjustments in universities and public and
private schools which, the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers say, will mean that many profes
sors, lecturers and private instruc
tors either will be thrown out of work
or compelled by low salaries to seek
employment in other countries. A
number already have' gone to Mexico
and South America and it is reported
scores have made arrangements to
leave.
CITRA
Citra, Oct. 27 Mrs. William Chris
tian" and little son will arrive today
to spend a week with Mrs. Christian's
mother, Mrs. J. B. Borland.
Miss Ervm, Mrs. tulwood. Mrs.
White and Mrs. Wyckoff were shop shopping
ping shopping in Ocala Tuesday.
, Mrs. Kingwell of Lexingston, Ky.,
was visiting Citra last week.
Mr. J. Clark Greiner has returned
from Virginia, where he spent the
summer.
Mr. Richard Beard .of Atlanta was
a business visitor to Citra last week.
Mr. Beard was looking after his
father's property here.
Mr. Powe Crosby and sister, Winnie
were visiting in Gainesville Saturday
and Sunday.
The Epworth League will have a
party at the audtiorium Friday night.
Mrs. Melton and children were
visiting Citra friends Sunday after
noon, as were also Mr. and Mrs. Ali
son Wartmann and children.
Mr, and Mrs. Orr of Maitland were
guests of Mrs. Redditt last week.
Mrs. Strickland and Miss Price
spent the latter part of. last week
with Hawthorne friends.
Miss Dorothy Driver returned home
last Monday after having spent a
month with her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Car Carpenter
penter Carpenter of St. Petersburg.
"Peggy Stewart" Middy Blouses,
formerly $3 reduced -to $2.48 at
FISHEL'S. 22-8t

Upon the Shoulders of these Ten Men
Falls Southern Red Cross Leadership

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ADVISORS AND COUNSELLORS FOR THE RED CROSS IN THE SOUTHERN DIVISION. They compos
the membership of the advisory board for the Southern Division of the Red Cross, which supervises and sug suggests
gests suggests the administration of Red Cross work. The picture was taken at their first conference In Atlanta,
and shows, besides members of the board, several Red Cross executives. In the picture, left to right, are:
Hon. Eugene R. Black, chairman of the board; Dr. Livingston Farrand, of Washington, D. C, chairman of the
Central Council of the American Red Cross; George E. Bennie, of Nashville, Tenn.; C. B. Bidweil, of Atlanta;
Hon. Richard J. Manning, of Sumter, South Carolina; back row, C. F. Lambeth, of Thomasviile, N. C.J
Legare Davis, of Atlanta, assistant manager of the Southern Division of the Red Cross; Colonel Alex R.
Lawton, Jr., of Savstr.nah; J. L. McMillin, manager of the Southern Division of the Red Cross; and D. T.
Edwards, of Kinston, N. C. Members of the board not In the picture are W. B. Wilbur, cf Charleston, S. C
Howard E. Harkisheimer, of Jacksonville, Fla., and Rev. T. S. McCallle, of Chattanooga, "Tsr.n.".

ALL COME OUT

THIS EVENII1G
On the Public Square this Evening,
Meet Other Democrats and Hear
Frank Clark Chairs Provid Provided
ed Provided for the Ladies
All democrats, ladies and gentle gentlemen,
men, gentlemen, should attend the ratification
meeting on the public square this
evening, beginning at 7:30. The ladies
are specially requested to be present;
chairs will be pr ovided for them.
Congressman Clark will deliver one
of his eloquent addresses and the
meeting will be a pleasure to every everybody
body everybody who is present.
FINANCIAL AID
NEEDED BY FARMERS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 28. Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of farming interests here said
they might ask Congress to aid finan financially
cially financially in the marketing of crops.
WAGES CUT ON THE
COTTON WORKERS
(Associated P'ess)
Gaffney, S. C, Oct. 28. A 15 er
cent reduction in the. wages of 1500
employees was announced today by
the, Gaffney textile manufacturing
plants, due it was said, to reduced
prices and small demand for products.
I jQHNN Y EVERS WILL
MANAGE CHICAGO TEAM
- ...
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Oct. 28. Johnny Evers of
the New York Giants, will manage
the Chicago 'Nationals next season.
CLASS LEGISLATION NOT
FAVORED BY COOPER
(Associated Press)
Columbia, S. C, Oct. 28. Governor
Cooper has declined to call a special
session of the legislature as request requested
ed requested by the cotton association to enact
legislation to allow farmers to pay
their taxes semi-annually on account
of low cotton prices. The governor
indicated he would not issue a proc proclamation
lamation proclamation calling for the close of gins.
He said' the regular legislature meets
in January and all farmers are not in
favor of closing the gins.
WE'LL HAVE A COLD WAVE
(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 28. The warm
weather was broken today with the
prediction of frost tonight as far
south as the interior of Alabama.
DESTROYER IN DANGER
(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 28 The destroy destroyer
er destroyer Isherwood is in distress off the
North Carolina coast. Aid has been
sent. -,; v
BALD-HEADED MEN IN LUCK
(Associated Press
Chicago, Oct. 28. The barbers as association
sociation association here today announced an
increase to one dollar for haircuts
and 35 cents for shaves.
Will you SEW? DARE you SEW?
If sew $3 will get you two of the best
SHEETS you ever snoozed in, 10
yards 36-inch Bleached SHEETING
for $3 at FISHEL'S. 22-8t
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OCALA ELECT

AffllAHG
Everything is Being Done to Secure
a Quiet Day Next Tuesday
in Ocala
There may be anticipations of
tiouble on election day in other
counties, but m Marion it is the con consensus
sensus consensus of opinion that everything
will be quiet and probably pleasant.
As the biggest vote Will be cast in
Ocala, particular pains have been
taken to prevent any confusion.
The voting willbe done, as usual,
in the courthouse, but instead of in
the courtroom upstairs in the rotun rotunda,
da, rotunda, the center of the halls, downstairs.
There will be four boxes with

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three inspectors and a clerk to each!'1".- comparison wiin xne
box. The boxes will be set in the I ubl5l5a?a' and J.f numj" of men
center of the rotunda, immediately j !.Ke Chairman White and Secretary
under the courthouse dome, and so'Mrr-h-cn f h,h era.de of b,us.1"
arranged that each one can easily be ess. ablI.ty-had not given their
reached bv the voter. The inspectors ,fJiVlces nothing, it could not
and clerks will be as follows: ,.h5ve ca"led fcch extensive opera-

Izlar. DeWitt Griffin, inscetcors: ll. D.
Stokes, clerk.

Box No. 2. Georse l-.oney, M. K , .
Reynolds, J. O.- McCaskill, inspectors; i r- .much as they can up to election
C JP" Bryant, clerk May. We do not wish to carry on
Box No. 3. Ilaxter Cam, Lee Miller,; ,i 1
R. L. Anderson Jr.. inspectors; W. M. operations after that time.
Palmer, clerk. j If you will lool over the list of
lofk drXlfJtt V8& lnorS to the fund, you will see it is
Clyatt, clerk. j genuinely democratic. Some of the
In each corner cf the rotunda will j subscriptions are from people mod mod-be
be mod-be two voting booths. Those on the erately vell offbut most of them are
east will be for the white people; jracn and women who have to count
those on the west for the colored. their dojlars with care. We do not
The white .people must enter the i thir;k there is a dollar in the fund
courthouse by the east door, cast their but what was given with cheerfulness,
ballots and go out by the door to the! and we know that some were given
south. The colored people will come j with sacrifice. The committee is proud
in by the western door and go out by! to have obtained the help of such peo peo-the
the peo-the north. jple and esteems it a privilege to have
There will be a. deputy sheriff at worked with them in s;uch a good
each entrance, but they are not ex--cause. .' t
pected to have anything to do except The donations received since last
give directions to people who may1 be report are from Mr. Sam'llickle, $1;
in doubt which .way to go. The sher-jMr. E. I. Grace, Citronelle, $2.50; Mr.

if? will be present and he expects that
the best of good order will be kept
LADIES COAT SUITS
Fifty sample suits, no two alike,
consisting of Serges, Tricotines, Pop Poplins
lins Poplins and Silvertons. High grade goods
at low prices. Open for your inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. B. Goldman. "WTiy Pay More?"
10-28-3tdly-ltwky
RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY
Whereas, It has pleased G?d in his
all wise providence to remove from
our midst our beloved worshipful
master, Brother Andrew J. Snell;
and,
Whereas; In his death Morning Star
Lodge No. 94 has lost an honored
and faithful master, and a devoted
member; therefore be it
our loss keenly in his removal and
hereby extend our fraternal sympathy
to the bereaved family; and,
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the family of
the departed and that the resolutions
be spread on the record of our
lodge. John Baldauf.
Dillon Long.
Hiry Fort,
Committee.
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-tf
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DE1C0ATIC00LU

The Ocala Democratic Finance
Committee has tip to date forwarded
to the national committee in New
York $231, and has on hand several
dollars more received in the last few
days, which will be sent in as soon
us enough more is added to make it
worth while. The committee will end
its work Monday night, Nov. 1, tho it
will of course receive and forward
any amounts that may be donated
,.
after that time. Money will be ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable to the national finance com committee
mittee committee for several days after the
election. The committee will have to
pay off a number of faithful helpers
and a good many bills for printing,
and no honorable democrat wants his
campaign committee to quit in debt
and unable to carry out its promises.
The national committee has had very
nms-ana maae.Dotn enas meet.
ve therefore earnestly urge on our
democratic readers that thev donatp
Cash," ?1; Miss
'Cash." $1; Mrs.
M E. Howell, $1.
Donations to Date
R. E. Layton .... 1.00
J. D. McCaskill l.Oy
W. T. Gary 5.00
J P. Phillips ................ 5.00
J. H. Benjamin .............. 5.00
J. R. Owens .......... .... 1.00
R..A. Burford ........ ; .... .. 10.C0
Mrs. R. A. Burford 5.00
Miss Mary Burford 2.00
R. F. Rogers 10.00
Barney Spencer ............. 1.00
Nathan Mayo ................ 5.00
J, W. Hunter 1.00
Ocala Banner 5.00
W. F. Yocum
1.C0
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
5.00
W. A.. Knight ...
Cash.-.-. ........
R. L. Martin
W. K. Zewadski
G. S. Scott ...
iW. A. Wilds 1.00
I J?,me3 g' ElU
10.00
2.C0
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
5.00
LOO
M. L. Reynolds
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead
J. R. Moorhead ....
W. W. Stripling ...
Cash
Cash ..............
Cash .........
C. E. Simmons
iTaylor Bros. ................. 25.C0
Cash ..... ...........r... 1.C0
Buford Leitner ............... 1.00
Sid Whaley ......... .... 1.C0
John R., Rogers 1.00
Mrs. Ernest Blair 1.00
Judge W. S. Bullock
L. H. Chazal .......
5.C0
5.00
1.C0
1.00
1.00
Cash
Mrs. W. S. Bullock .........
J. M. Douglass
Cliarles Marshall . 1.00
J. M. Thackerson ............ 1.00
J. Clelland Johnson 1.00
L. W. Duval 5.00
Mrs. L. W. Duval 5.00
Mrs. W. T. Gary .... 1.00
W. L. Bard I. 2.C0
L. S. Light 1X0
C W. Moffatt ............. f. 1.C0
Cash .. .... .......... 5.C0
"' George MacKay ............... 5.00
t Miss Fannie Clark .........
I Miss Nellie Stevens .........
........ 1X3
........ 1X0
i Harvey Clark, 2X3
? .Mrs. J. P. Phillips

1.00
1.00
2.03
5X0
1X0
1X0
1X0
1X0
1X0
1.00
5.00

Paul Simmons...
jM. W. Lloyd ....
iCash ...........
Mack Taylor
! Mack Taylor Jr. .
t W F. Jordan .
' Dr. Baskin ......
Allen Rodgers .,
jWV.WV Clyatt ...
C. E. Connor
C. C. Balkcom ..... ...... 2X0
; J. J. Gerig
5X3
G W. Scofield 1X3
Jndge W. E. Smith .......... 1X0
Mrs. W. E. Smith ....... 1X0
Mrs. Alma W. Ke'lsey ........ 2.00
George Howell ............... 1X3
C. H. Hogan 1X0
E. J. Collier ................. 1X0
Arthur Burgess
iE. T. Helvenston
Stirling Hooper ............
iChas. L. Nelson
1.03
1X0
1X3
LCD
(Concluded on Fourth' P-as)

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first insertion; 3 cents per line for each
subsequent Insertion. One change
week allowed on readers without extra
composition chargres. ,,
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DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS
The voters must remember that the
names of candidates appear in al alphabetical
phabetical alphabetical order on the ticket. Let
them study the following names over
every day between now and election,
and their eyes and memories will au automatically
tomatically automatically guide the pencil when
they mark their ballots :
Martin Caraballo
P. W. Corr.
Charles Ej Jones.
W.V.Knott.
. J. G. Sharon.
, : G. B. Wels. ,:' v
Patronize business men who advertise.-
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A man who demoralizes his health
and loses his hair debilitates his body
and depilitates his head.
That always interesting and some sometimes
times sometimes accurate political prognostica prognosticated
ted prognosticated Samuel G. Blythe, thinks Cox has
a fair chance of election.
People of Marion county don't want
to put any money into road bonds if
the money has to be taken out of their
hands and put in the hands of a
bunch of politicians.
The death of McS weeny proves be beyond
yond beyond a doubt that a man can ruin his
health by not eating. St. Augustine
Record. -
Going without eating surely is a
bad habit.
The nation that is politically isolat isolated
ed isolated misses a lot of trouble Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. History will inform you that every
nation that has been politically isolat isolated
ed isolated had to abandon its isolation or be
conquered by another nation.
If Florida isn't the original Gar Garden
den Garden of Edsn, it's at least the best im imitation
itation imitation in the world. Jacksonville
Metropolis. : '.. ..
Right you are, boy. Why don't you
always write such sensible things in instead
stead instead of those bond amendment hallu hallucinations
cinations hallucinations ?
Says the DeLand News: "The sui suicide
cide suicide of McSweeny will prove nothing
but that there is one less fool in this
world. His hunger strike has brought
pain to thousands of friends, has em embittered
bittered embittered some of Ireland's best pa patriots
triots patriots and has lost what might have
been a useful life to the unhappy isl island."
and." island." The News is informed that Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Frank Clark is stirring up
the voters with some mighty good
democratic doctrine. Colonel Clark
should come to DeLand; we are sore sorely
ly sorely in need of his services. DeLand
News.
" We will lend him to you after, to-night.
it we really want to provide for the
tourists, would it not be better for
the state to issue bonds for "building
houses than for building roads?
Times-Union.
If the bond amendment carries, we
will build roads this time and houses
next time. We can be assessed at
least every two years, you know.
The press of the state has found the
amendment an interesting topic of
editorial discussion, with the papers
about, evenly divided. Jacksonville
Metropolis.
We hope, Friend Metropolis, that
your news columns are more reliable
than your editorial page. The pro proportion
portion proportion of the newspapers of the
state is at; .least four to one against
bonds.
The Palm Beach ,Post very truth truthfully
fully truthfully says: "Many tears will be drop dropped
ped dropped over .the grave of Terence Mc McSweeny,
Sweeny, McSweeny, for the world loves a brave
man and reverences him who ha3 the
courage of his convictions. His death
has revealed a new and unsuspected
side to the Irish character, a sort of
dugged steadfastness for which the

Irish have not hitherto received prop proper
er proper credit. While it seems probable
that a prolonged course of starvation

ultimately produces a numbness of
the physical appetites, and that the
ii tensity of the craving for food suf
fers some abatement after a certain
length; of time, it took courage of the
most determined character to court
death through such a long and weary
period when life was daily within
reach. All men, therefore, however
much they may condemn the motive
that led to the waste of a life that
might have been put to better use,
will feel pity for the departed mayor
of Cork."
TOE COLORED VOTE
The letter written by Principal Mc Mc-Call
Call Mc-Call of Howard Academy was sensible
and timely, and the Star was glad to
print it. The Star can corroborate
McCall's statement that many of his
race are working not only for their
uplift but the common good: There
are a number of colored people in
Marion county who have sided with
the whites on moral and economic is issues.
sues. issues. A good many colored men vot voted
ed voted dry in 1915, and it is probable their
votes enabled the prohibitionists to
carry the county. They have ; also
voted intelligently and disinterested disinterestedly
ly disinterestedly on economic issues, and we hope
that when election day comes most of
them will be found voting against
the higher taxation with no guaran guarantee
tee guarantee of adequate return that the bond
amendment threatens to saddle upon
. As for politics, we are like most
Southern men, who don't expect the
negro to vote anything but the repub republican
lican republican ticket in this election. The race is
in a state of mind regarding politics
that makes it unreasonable for a mod moderate
erate moderate and well informed man to expect
them to vote democratic. Republican Republicanism
ism Republicanism is not politics with them; it is a
religion.
As in some other .religions, thede-
J votees are badly deluded. Just after
the civil war there was reason for
their apotheosizing Lincoln and sup
porting the republican party with fa
natic devotion. Lincoln and the repub
lican party had a right to claim they
set the negroes free. There were
hundreds of thousands of democrats
in the Union army, the war could not
have been won without them, but
they fought to preserve the Union,
and the democratic party never would
have freed the negro. But, had rea
son prevailed, the combined sense of
right of the nation would in a few
more years, have freed the slaves.
Reason didn't prevail, war came and
set the negroes free and created a
problem almost as bad as slavery.
The war ended, the soldiers went
home, and the republican politicians
took charge. They have exploited
the negro ever since. They gave him
the vote arid used him for their own
selfish purposes. They climbed into
office over his shoulders and gave him
nxt to nothing in return.
The white s republicans who had fa
genuine interest in the negro aire
dead, and their, places: are taken by
men as much opposed to them as the
democrats, and far less honest. The
democrat tells the negro that he shall
not have office and that he does not
want his vote; The republicans ask
the negroes for their votes, but no
white republican is going to vote for
a negro for any office, or allow him
to have it if he can prevent it. The
democrat is honest about it; the re republican
publican republican isn't.
Since 1868, the republicans have
had five presidents who fought in the
civil war. The first was Grant, cer certainly
tainly certainly a. great general. Hayes, Gar Garfield,
field, Garfield, Harrison : and McKinley were
good soldiers, but did nothing as sol soldiers
diers soldiers to distinguish themselves. On
the other? hand, Hancock, the demo democratic
cratic democratic candidate in 1880, was one of
the Union's most distinguished gen generals
erals generals and always a hearty, whole whole-souled
souled whole-souled American. (
The day will undoubtedly come
when the negroes will divide their
votes and support what they believe
to be the best measures ; and the
best men, irrespective of party. But
that time is afar off yet, and in the
meantime we must get along as best
we can.
It is difficult to measure the states statesmanship,
manship, statesmanship, of Mr. Wm. J. Folks,' who
until Nov. 2 will be representative in
the legislature from Marion county,
and after that a private citizen. We
hear that Mr. Folks has again been
to Tallahassee, bearing with him a
petition, signed by forty-two voters
in his neighborhood. It appears that
Mr. Hutchens, the commissioner in
that district, has been having a road
laid out in one direction, while Mr.
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Folks wanted it laid out in another
direction. Mr. Folks, thereupon, col collected
lected collected his petition and took or sent -it
to Tallahassee, m the belief, we sup suppose,
pose, suppose, that the governor had the sayso
about county roads, and perhaps
would fire Mr Hutchens,. if not the
whole board. But even Catts could

not find any reason for interference,
and turned Mr. Folks' petition down.
We fear Mr;. Folks is sad.
In all that has been said by the
opposition to the state bond amend amendment,
ment, amendment, no evidence has been offered to
show that the automobile license fund
will not pay all of the interest, refund
the bonds and furnish the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance for an adequate system of per permanent
manent permanent state roads. Mr. F. O. Miller.
If the automobile tax is sufficient,
vby have an amendment to the con constitution."
stitution." constitution." The legislature -can tax
autos, cows, horses, fruit trees, play playing
ing playing cards and watches, or any other
property in the state, without any
amendment. The people can be cer certain
tain certain if the amendment parries that
the owners cf autos are. not e-oinsr to
pay any more in proportion, if as
much, as the owners of cows, horses
and pigs.
Our, government never forsakes a
constructive ; policy, it never stops in
the middle of a project, and we can
rest assured that the government will
continue its appropriation until a
definite national ? highway system is
complete. Mr. F. O, Miller.
Our people right here at home
have seen the government practically
abandon Oklawaha improvement, and
there are many other things it has
abandoned, as Mr. Miller should
know; but, even if it hadn't, that is
no reason why the people of Florida
should surrender a constitutional
right and saddle themselves with ex
cessive taxation.
.The sheriff of Duval county is not
a believer in half-way measures in
enforcing i the law. He announces
that any person, man or woman, who
appears at the polls on next Tuesday,
with liquor upon his or her breath,
as the case may be, will be prosecut prosecuted
ed prosecuted for a violation of the Volstead
law. Miami Herald.
Bully for the Duval sheriff.
Sim Blitch has invited us to eat
Christmas dinner with him at the
state prison farm. If you don't see
us anywhere Christmas, you may
know where we are; and if you don't
see us anywhere any more without
going to Raiford, you may continue
to know where we are. We might be
worse off.
It appears that the coal strike in
England was brought about mainly by
the votes of a lot of boys under twen
ty years old, and against the wishes
of the older men, many of whom had
been in the army and all made sacri
fices during the great war.
; Escambia county votes $2,000,000
to build its own roads. That's the
way to do it! Tampa Tribune.
And the way not to do it is to vote
for that twenty million dollar bond
amendment.
- Every 'good citizen' should go
around to Gerig's newsstand and sign
that petition. Law and order peo
pie should do what they can to keep
convicted murderers m ; the peniten
tiary.
We understand that there will be
some changes on the A. C. L. next
veek.' It is possible that Sunnyjim
may be made a daily again.
It's a mistake to tell a woman that
with all her faults you love her still,
because she has no intention of keep keeping
ing keeping still.
Make your wants known by advert advertising
ising advertising them.
-We guarantee to save you money
on your Hats, ladies; ask your neigh neighbor.
bor. neighbor. FISHEL'S. 22-8t
FOR SALE
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
ORANGE TREES.
Will Deliver and Plant for
- $3.50 EACH
The Large Trees..
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
Ocala, Fla.
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CAIRO -EGYPT
Cairo, the capital of modern Egypt
and the most, populous city of Africa,
occupied a length of five miles on the
east bank of the Nile and stretches
north from the old Roman fortress
of Babylon. Here, in a setting that
stirs the imagination, come the
sailors of the United States navy to
study old world habits and custbms
and to see some of the things that
appealed to all of us so much while
reading ancient history in the class classroom.
room. classroom. Strange to. relate Cairo has
changed very little since medieval
times, especially the eastern section
of the city. Visitors strolling through
the streets find merchants sitting
before their shops in flowing white
gowns, while the musical and quaint
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only the ability to co-operate. No initiation fees,
no membership ducsV For information, consult the
manager of nearest association or sub-excha&sv, or
write to the business manager at Tampa.

BELLEVIEW
Belelview, Oct. 27. Don't forget
the big Hallowe'en entertainment to
be given at the town hall next Satur Saturday
day Saturday night, Oct. 30, by the B. Y. P. U.
All are invited to come. We promise
you a jolly good time.
The rod and gun club held a busi business
ness business meeting Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Barrister and Mr. and
Mrs. Alton Mason and little Ruth
Mason have returned for the winter.
Mrs. Harrell, mother of Mr. J. D.
Harrell, is on the sick list. We hope
she will be. well again soon.
The' Baraca class of the Baptist
Sunday school held a business meet meeting
ing meeting with Ernest Nott Thursday night.
Refreshments were served.
Messrs. Freeman, Tom and Winters
Hames were callers in Oak and An Anthony
thony Anthony Sunday.
Mrs. Reba Davis. Mrs. Fant and
baby and Mrs. Will Lyles and s"on of
Snmmerfield, were guests at the home
of Mr. J. J. Nelson Monday.
Mr. Frank Baviland is having his
house wired for electricity this week.
Mr. V. D. Pratt is doing the work.
The Hallowe'en party scheduled to
come off Saturday next promises to

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street-cries of the venders of fruit
and water render the streets a delight delightful
ful delightful study for people of foreign lands.
Sailing down the Nile the view
from the boats is one of striking
picturesqueness and beauty. In the
background can be seen the Mokat Mokat-tam
tam Mokat-tam Hills, which rise 550 feet above
the town, while in the foreground
are the ancient walls and lofty tow towers,
ers, towers, palaces and mosques. Passing
the narrow streets that lead right
down to the waters edge the sailor sailor-men
men sailor-men can see foreigners of r. many
countries bartering with the natives
at the bazaars.
A trip to Cairo is not complete
without a visit being made to the
Island of Rhoda, where, according to
tradition, Pharoah's daughter found
Moses in the bulrushes. Two bridges
connect Old Town with the Island,
"saw
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be one of the biggest events in the
social history of Belleview. For weeks
the young people have worked untir untiringly
ingly untiringly to see that nothing was left un undone
done undone that would make for the pleasure
and success of the occasion. The big
town hall, one block off the main
front street, is being transformed
into the most attractive witch and
whost headquarters. Invitations have
been etxended to everybody, far and
near, to come and partake of the good
times. You will be tagged at the
door for a nickel. Once in you can
spend the balance of your money as
you see fit. There will be all kind3
of amusements. A charming young
witch is speeding down from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville by the Seaboard limited to
be here in time to satisfy the curious
who wish to know what their fortunes
will be for the next year. She will be
atsisted by a very old witch who.
comes' from a great distance in the
opposite direction. There will be ice
cream, home-made cake, candy, pies
and coffee for sale. A trip through
the chamber of horrors will be among
the attractions offered along with a
grab bag, where you can grab once
for a dime and get an article worth
ten cents or more. At 10 o'clock there

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e&sy reach of the pilgrim.
And after the sailormen have visit visited
ed visited the Sphinx, ridden the camels and
tasted the warm water that is sold
in the streets, they go back to tha
ship loaded down with trinkets for
the home folks. It is like being
atval-cne frnm a droam rf fbA fit A
world where antique methods pre prevail
vail prevail to step into a new world where
the water runs clear and cool in the
pipes for 'the sailormen to drink and
to bathe in, where the decks are
clean and there are good books to
read and moving picture shows to
see. It is just one of the many con contrasts
trasts contrasts the sailors make in their trav travels
els travels around the world it is a contrast
that makes them look up at the btars
and Stripes floating in the breeza
with a thankful heart that they ara
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Le great fun. If you have not been
invited or chanced to see one of tha
many attractive signs that have been
posted in all surrounding towns, takd
this for your invitation and come join
in the fun.
The B. Y. P. U. held a business
meeting at the home of Misses Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor and Minnie Tremere last Monday
night. This meeting completed th
Hallowe'en plans for the big &how
Saturday night, Oct. SO. Costumes,
candy, baskets, caps, decorations and
all needlework wa3 finished and tLa
invitation wa3 then extended to its
crowd to meet Wednesday night fit
the town hall to commence putting
these plans into effect.
Misses Eleanor and Minnie Tremera
entertained Misses Ma'rjorie Merrill,
Eleanor Abshirc and Mildred Baxter
'and Mrs. I. I. Strong at an all day
jparty Wednesday for the purpose cf
making dainty candies of all kinds far
the Hallowe'en affair Saturday night.
Mrs. J. W. Nelson and Miss Hilda
Monroe were business callers in Ocala
Tuesday.
No fear of germs when you drisls
at Gerig's Drug Store. Z2-M
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The Marion Association of the

Baptist Women's Missionary Socie-

ties mei. ior iis.aimuai meeting aw
Dunnellon on Thursday night and
Friday; October 21 and 22.
Thursday night's program included
inspirational talks by Mrs. H. C
Peelman and Dr. Brfttain.
Friday morning the meeting was

called to order by the president of
the association, Mrs. T. N. Strange
of Dunnellon.
Mrs. R. J. Rawls of Crystal River
led the devotional exercises.
Mrs Kibler gave a very cordial

velcome to the delegates and visitors

and Mrs. Cranford graciously re
sponded.

After the appointment of the usual

committees reports from societies

and officers were given. -Bring
the day several very inter

estmg papers and talks were given
and Mrs. Peelman. -secretary for the

R state, made riany valuable sugges
f I tions and explanations.

Among the subjects discussed were

! the following:-, ; ? ; ;

ilj Southern Baptist Convention, Mrs

1 S. A. Standley: Hospital Equipment,

Mrs. Christian; Margaret Fund, Mrs.
Whitaker; Seaman's Institute at
Jacksonville, Mrs. W. T. Gary: Mag

azines, Mrs. Hickson; Mission Study,

Mrs. Burnett. v

Mr. Armstrong: of Lake Butler,

whose daughter, Miss Crystal, is a

student at the women's training
school at Louisville, Ky., gave a very

interesting talk on the school.

The committee on resolutions re

I ported the following resolution, which

was unanimously adopted:

Whereas, the good people of Dun

n ell on have provided such generous
entertainment; and, whereas, this has
been a wonderfully inspiring session,
therefore be it resolved, that we ex-

S. A. tSandley; Hospital Eqipment,
sincere thanks for their bountiful en entertainment;
tertainment; entertainment; that we assure Mrs.
I Peelman of our appreciation and
I gratitude for her visit and loving
'counsel. Committee:
Mrs. R. L. Clark,
i" Mrs. W. A. Knight.
'; '; Mrs. C. C. Boone.
! A rising vote of thanks for her
fcithful and loving services was giv

en the president, Mrs. T. N. Strange.

The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year:

President: Mrs. L. W. Duval; vice-

president, Mrs. J. K. Christian; secre

tary, Mrs. W. T. Gary; superinten

dent of young people's work. Miss A
Willis; superintendents of dis

tricts, first, Mrs. N. A. Fort; second,

Mrs. G. W, Scofield.

The women of the Dunnellon church

?i served a most bountiful dinner, picnic

stvie. aunne: vne noon intermission

'and extended a most gracious hospi
i talitv throughout the session.

The meeting was well attended by

delegates from nearly every church
The following ladies from Ocala at

tended the Friday session, going over

in automobiles : Mrs. Walter Marsh,
Mrs. C. L. West, Mrs. Mabel Floyd,
Mrs. W. A.' Knight, Mrs. W. T. Gary,

Mrs. S. A.- Standley, Mrs. Tillman,

Mrs. Sheppard, Mrs. J. N. Rogers,

Z Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Moree.

' Mrs; Peelman accompanied Mrs.

Gary to Ocala, leaving early Satur
day morning for her home in Jack
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Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
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J. E. I A VAN A UGH
Proprietor.

LAKE WEIR

Lake Weir, Oct. 26. Letters from
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Collins of Milford.

Conn., assure" their many friends on
the lake they will spend this winter
" in the little bungalow they purchased
last winter from Mr. George Thomp Thompson
son Thompson near the school house. Mr. and
Mrs. Collins' are extremely public public-spirited
spirited public-spirited citizens and will add greatly
"l to the social life of the lake.
The many friends of Mrs. F. W.

n Brooks are delighted, to have her on
the lake for the winter again, as she
usually spends the summer months at
her home in Cambridge, N. II.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer
spent several days of last week on the
'lake at their cozy home, but on ac-
count of the illness of Mr. Rheinauer
will remain in Ocala for the present.
Mrs. Jenks of Westerly, R, I., who
; bought the Dougherty cottage last
season, has shipped her household
goods and will soon follow to occupy
her cottage for the coming season.

Rev. J. C. Boatwright of Anthony,
held a very interesting series of
meetings the past week. The beauti beauti-;
; beauti-; ful ordinance of baptism was adminis administered
tered administered at the Bradford dock to five can candidates
didates candidates after services Sunday morn morn-'
' morn-' ing. .-' :
Judging by the activity of the sand
pump there must be a great quantity
of sand shipped from Sandy Hook,
as the engine starts up at 7 a. m. and

continues until 5 p. m., loading cars
all day long.
Lake Weir is higher than it has
been for twenty-five .years. The old oldest
est oldest residents claim it rises to the
highest watermark every 25 or 40
years and then slowly recedes for the
intervening years.

CALVARY

Calvary, Oct, 27.Mr. F. G. Buhl

made a flying trip to Crystal River
last Friday, returning Saturday..morn-

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Mr. L. L. Horne was a business
visitor to Ocala Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday last. :l "- 'V : '
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crosby have
gone to Dunnellon to reside.
Mrs. Fred Buhl and two children
and Mrs. George Buhl and two chil

dren were guests of Mrs. J. W. and

Mrs. M. J. Morrison one evening last

week.'", ... -'

Mr. Perry, the road worker, has

beefl; working the Ocala and Dunnel

Ion road the past week, and he has

improved the road very much.

NOTICE TO PUBLIC

Am now in position to handle any
size contract, -one too large or too

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given free. WM. A. TINSMAN,
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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.'

Writ, phone or call for detailed information
H. IV. TUCKER, Dealer

At the October meeting the county
commissioners passed the following

xesolution: ; - 7 ;
j "Whereas, from the published re reports
ports reports of the federal census of A. D.
1S20 the population of Marion county
I has fallen below 25.00Q; and, whereas,
! the? burden of taxation, federal, state
J and county are of necessity very
'heavy on the people, and it there

fore behooves this board as the finan financial
cial financial agents of the taxpayer to reduce
expenses Wherever they possibly can.
' "Therefore be it resolved, that the
per diem of the members of.thissboard
be $300 per year and that the salary
cf the clerk of this board be one hun hundred
dred hundred and twenty-five dollars' ($125)

per month instead of $165 per month,

which motion was seconded by Com

missioner Hutchins and upon being
put to vote Commissioner Rogers and
Hutchins voted yea. No negative
vote." t 1

This resolution is humbug.
The county commissioners did not
ix their pay at $300 a year. The law
Ixed that as a limit for them and

wisely. Each and every one of them

las drawn-$4 a day, his full pay and

is still getting that same $4, except

the chairman, O. H. Rogers and J. W.

Davis and these two are not getting

it simply because they have already

drawn their full $300, and I have re

fused to issue any more warrants to

them, in accordance with my oath of

office and the law.

The county commissioners are also

under oath, but this did not prevent

them from fining thej clerk by cutting

his pay for refusing to issue the
chairman and Da vi 3 il legal warrants.

The utter humbug of the retrench

ment part of their resolution is shown

by their cutting nobody's pay but the
clerk and by their increasing the pay

cf the ferrymen 25 per cent and in

creasing the pay of the janitor at the

jail from $60 to $75. This county

cannot pay a jailor, under the law,

but can have a dozen janitors, and it

ha3 two janitors, one at the jail and

cne at the courthouse. -The
present board of county com

rrissioners has shown its idea of re

trenchment by donating to the fair

association, for instance, money of the

ifw if ir r 11 1W1 ;"ifl! tr nrliw

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isied User Near

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the fact that the. whole board realizes
that the vast majority of the people
of the county do not want it done.
The retrenchment idea of the commis

sioners is shown a little bit, hi my

opinion, by an absolute waste of about

40 per cent of the road money 01 ims
county. P. H. Nugent,

.. County Auditor,

NOTICE

LADIES COAT SUITS

Fifty sample suits, no two alike,

consisting of Serges, Tricotines, Pop

lins and Silvertons. High grade goods
at low prices.- Open for your inspec

tion. B. Goldman. "Why Pay Morel"
; 10-28-3tdly-ltwky
NOTICE TO PUBLIC

Am now in position to handle any
size contract. None too large or too
small. ; '. " ,T '
All work guaranteed. Estimates
given free. WM. A. TINSMAN
it Phone No. 526. Ocala, Fla.

Notice is hereby given that the city
of Ocala has purchased the house and
lot located on May street at the foot
of Main street and proposes to open
Main .street thru said property. This
will require the removal of the dwell-
t- it i :it 1

Strips 01 lana on eimer siue ux saiu
Main street as opened, which strips
will be of approximately the follow-

inop Himonions That, nn thp Wpst

side 15 feet e and w by 105 feet n J:X?pm

oiiu s. luak wu wc cask Btw
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 said dwelling
and said strips of land, the dwelling
to be removed within sixty days from

acceptance of bid therefor. The bids
may be for any one of said offerings
er any combination thereof and shill

Le accompanied by a certified check
f cr ten per cent thereof as evidence
of good faith. The council reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
II. C. Sistrunk,
0-22-9t City Clerk.

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HCnill Q
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! uniy one annK servea in eacn cup

people of this county, in the teeth of at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf

UNDERWEAR MUSLIN for fine
serviceable wear, reduced to 25 cents
at FISIL'S. 22-8t

Arrival and departure of passenger
tra:ns 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
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:10 am

Jacksonville 1:33 pm
Jacksonville 4:35 pin

Tampa-Manatee-
'
St. Petersburg
Tampa
Tam 0 a-Manatee

4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LLNE E. IL
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:25 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 ara
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeiand 1:23 pin
7:10 am Dnnnellon-Wilcox

7:25 am DuneUon-Lke!and 11:03 pin

pm

2:15 am
2:15 am
1:50 pm

4:C5pta
2:15 am
1:35 pm

3:25 pm

10:13pm

Homosassa

Leesburg

Gainesville

1:30 pm
6:42 am

11:50 am

4:4o pm

Monday, "Wednesday. Friday.

"Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.



EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1920

OCALA OCEIIEIICES

If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, C6; this
afternoon, 75.
Try a want ad. when in need of
help, etc.
Pillsbury flour 12 lbs.$1.00; 24 lbs.
$1.95 at Main Street Market. 27-3t
The Seaboard depot at Campville
was burned a night or so ago.
Flower bulbs at the Ocala Seed
Store. 6-tf
Mr. W. E. McKay Jr. of Coleman
was a visitor in the city this morning.
Use "Goodnight" and then o to
sleep: 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
Representative Fort is in town
from Lynne to attend the democratic
rally.
Nice selection of patterns in boy's
blouse waists at low prices. Walkley
&. Rarnett. 25
Mrs. E. M. Jennings of Fairfield
was in the city for the day visiting
friends. ''
Our line of LADIES' COATS, the
newest models, are 25 cent cheaper
than elsewhere. FISHEL'S. 2Z-8t
Captain George S. Cole was a rep
resentative of Anthony in the ,city
Wednesday.
The council didn't pass the ordi
nance, but -we put in the individual
service. Ceng's Drug Store. 29-ti
Dr. R. D. Fuller has returned from
a combined business and pleasure trip
to Jacksonville.
Nice line Blue Serve TROUSERS,
also Brown, Blue and Green Flannels
at FISHEL'S. 22-8t
Mrs. W. D. Shephard is entertain entertaining
ing entertaining for a week her grandmother, Mrs.
McElvey of Gainesville, 7
Big assortment of Boy's knee pants
suits at reduced prices at Walkley &
Barnett's. 25
Mr. E. LaChance of Belleview, con contractor
tractor contractor in building the Oak school
house, was in town yesterday.
Boy's all wool knee pants suits with
extra pair pants at reduced prices at
Walkley & Barnett's. 25
Mr. T-. S. Mathews was" in town to today
day today from Orange Springs and handed
the Star a democratic dollar.
New and second hand books for
sale cheap; all cloth "bound. Call at
215 W. 5th St., or phone 526. s 26-4t
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee of East East-lake
lake East-lake were in town for the day, shop shopping
ping shopping and attending to business mat matters.
ters. matters. Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. 29-tf
Mr. F. E. Snell of the Garfield
Motor Company of Miami, is a prom prominent
inent prominent visitor in the city for a couple
cf days.
Men's Everwear Sox $3 box for
licles; pure thread silk $1 the pair.
FISHEL'S. 22-8t
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Took and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Ruth Took of Floral City,
were well known visitors in the city
yesterday.
L
Dr. Edison's Cushion Sole shoes for
tender feet and "Eazair arch pro protecting
tecting protecting shoes, can be had only at Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor. H-tf
The street department now has in
use the pplendid Carford truck re recently
cently recently purchased from the Murphy
Motor Company.
Lighthou?e self-rising flour, also
plain, 12 lbs. for V0 cents, 24 lb, for
$1.75. Main Street Market. Phone
108. 2j-et
Mr. J. W. McClymonds of Han
Francisco, and vice president of the
Union Pacific railroad, was a visitor
in the city the first of the w-k.
Listen ladies, pure thread silk
Everwear HOSIERY, the most adver advertised
tised advertised hosiery sold in Ocaia, only $1.75
at FISHEL'S. jj.gt
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Adams are re receiving
ceiving receiving the congratulations of their
friends upon the arrival of a pretty
8 -pound daughter at their home.
W. K. Lane, M. ll Phvsiclan crul
Surgeon, specialist Eye. ar. Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent titore,
Ocala, Fla. t tf.
Miss Lumie B. Davis, former sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent of the Ocala Industrial
School, has a good position with the
National School for Girls in Washing Washington
ton Washington city.
1 1 1 '" m
President Mclver of the citv coun
cil informs the Star that the work of
putting Exposition street in order for
tranic during the fair will begin at
once.

Those York imperial apples at W.

A. Stroud's are certainly worth $2.25
Ier bushel, 60c. a peck or 6c. a pound.
Phone 218. 27-2t
Mrs. Fred Ball and son and Mrs.
Ball's grandmother, Mrs. Paine, left
jesterday afternoon for Jacksonville
to spend the winter with Mrs. Ball's
mother.
Those York imperial apples at W.
A. Stroud's are certainly worth $2.25
per bushel, 60c. a peck or 6c. a pound.
Phone 218. 27-2t
Dr. C. A. Lytle of West Palm Beach
is visiting at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Frank Lytle of Ocala and at
Stanton at the home of his brother,
Dr. E. B. Lytle and family.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
5ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
The following little girls are en entertaining
tertaining entertaining jointly at a Hallowe'en
party with Martha Preer at her home
tomorrow evening: Johnnie ; Lou Pot Potter,
ter, Potter, Frances Drake, Babette Peyser
pnd Mamie Sue Spencer.
Boy's all wool knee pants suits with
extra pair pants at reduced prices" at
Walkley & Barnett's. 25
Mrs. Clarence Camp is entertain entertaining
ing entertaining the members of the Thursday
afternoon auction club this afternoon
at her home. This is the first meet meeting
ing meeting of the club this season and the
members are anticipating a pleasant
afternoon.
' ; ,. S .."',
Apalachicola oysters fresh today.
and Grocery. Phone 243. tf ,.
Little Miss Alice Miller, the attrac attractive
tive attractive daughter of Mr. and : Mrs. C. V.
Miller, has issued the following uni unique
que unique invitation to her small friends :
"Well dip for apples and talk to
spooks,
And have our fortunes told, a;,;-
And frolic with witches, cats and
'.' bats, '..
And spirits dark and cold."
October 28, four to six o'clock, 727
South Orleans St. Tampa Tribune.
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USED CARS HUT
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One 1918 Ford Sedan
One 1816 Ford Truck
One 1920 Buick Roadster
One 1916 Buick Touring

AUTO SALES CO.
Phone 348
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Our hundreds of thrifty
patrols have taken
advantage of this great
opportunity. . ...
Every piece of Yard Goods
in the House at . . .

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The Fashion Center
OCALA, FLORIDA

Mrs. J. F. Bodiford and Mrs. B.
Richards of Gainesville will arrive in
Ocala tomorrow from Miami, where
they have been visiting Mrs. Lynch,
and while in the city will be guests
of Mrs. "jBodiford's mother, Mrs. W.
D. Shephard. J; V
Lighthouse self -rising flour, also
plahvlZlbs. for 90' cents, 24 lbs. for
$1.75.' I Main Street Market. Phone
108. 26-5t
The following shoppers were in the
city t yesterday: Mrs. W. A. Redding
and Miss Nannie Reddink of Charter
Oak; Mrs. IL L. Redding ; Suramer Suramer-feld;
feld; Suramer-feld; Mrs. W. P. Heineman, Conner;
Miss Beulah Morrison, Anthony; Miss
Annette Gist, r Mcintosh; Mrs. J. H.
Knoblock, Martin, and" Mrs. B. Baker
of St. Petersburg. :
Lighthouse self -rising flour, also
plains 12?lbsrlor 90 cents,. 24 lbs. for
$1.75. Main Street Market. Phone
108. : 26-5t
Marshall Smith, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. 'C. Smith, will celebrate his
third birthday .Saturday afternoon,
with a Hallowe'en party to which he
has invited about 25 of his play playmates
mates playmates to enjoy the different Hal Hallowe'en
lowe'en Hallowe'en games that have been plan planned
ned planned for the! afternoon, between the
hours of four and six.

- Nice selection of patterns in boy's
blouse waists at: low prices. Walkley
& Barnett., r. v 25
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand after an
extended visit; in Pennsylvania, are
expected to arrive in the city at an
early date and will occupy their pret pretty
ty pretty x little cottage on East Adams
street. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lloyd,
who have been making their home in
this cottage,1 will move into the resi residence
dence residence of Mr. E. C. Bennett, occupying
the first; floor.
v T ON" SALE AT FISHEL'S
Hose. 19c: Black Silk Thread, 5c;
Needles, 5c. pkg.; Tape, $4; Rit, 8c;
Buttons 4c and 8c; Snap Fasteners,
8c; Combs, 8c. Many other bar bargains
gains bargains at vFISHEL'S. 22-8t
, v. ; , ;
The road to success i:j advertising.
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Used Cars
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Ocala, Fla.
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DEMOCRATIC DOLLARS

(Continued from First Page)
Cash
1.00
LOO
1.00
1.00
1.00
1 Am
W. A. Tinsman .......
II. B. Baxter .....
Ed. Parr
Cash .. ..
R. Preer
C. J. Fishel .!.... 1.00
J. B. Cappleman . 1.00
S. F. Rou 1.00
Mrs. S. F. Rou .............. 1.00
Landis Blitch 1.00
W. L. Scott 2.00
Cash ...... 2.00
E. L. Carney 1.00
Mrs. M. J. Sherouse 1.00
O. E. Cox ............. . 2.00
Cash .. 5.00
Sam Hickle ................. 1.00
E. I. Grace 2.50
Cash .. 1.00
Miss Cash l 00
Mrs. M. E. Howell . .... 1.00
T. S. Mathews 1.00
Send or give money to anv one of
the undersigned members of the
Ocala Finance Committee. All con contributions
tributions contributions noted in the Star.
J. H. Benjamin, Chairman.
L. H. ChazaL Secretary.
W. T. Gary, Treasurer.
In case anybody's contribution is
overlooked, will the giver please notify
this olhce at once.
TOO SLOW FOR THOMAS
Hicks Made a Gunplay with Disas
trous Results to Himself
A sham eye, a quick hand and a
good gun saved Marshal S. C. M.
Thomas from death or a bad wound
today. .
Mr. Thomas was on his official
rounds when he saw Albert Hicks,
colored, who has a criminal record.
Mr. Thomas had no desire to arrest
Albert, but thought that with a view
to the public safety it would be well
to look him over and see if. he had a
gun on him.
He had. I
Albert's gun was in' his blduse,
nearly under his left arm; a very
convenient place for a man who can
pull quick. The marshal laid hands
on him to "frisk" him. Albert tried
to pull quick.
Thomas pulled quicker.
He beat Albert to it by a split sec second,
ond, second, putting a heavy bullet in the
vicinity of his stomach. Albert took
the count and was also taken to the
hospital.
Albert's gun is a formidable wea weapon,
pon, weapon, a Colt's special of heavy caliber,
As he and the. marshal were right to together,
gether, together, we would have needed a new
marshal this evening if the present
incumbent hadn't been sudden on the
shoot.
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
NOTICE
On account of tha serious illness of
Mrs. David Connor, the Star has
been requested to appeal to those
who -expect to play Hallowe'en pranks
tomorrow and Saturday evenings,
not to visit in the square of her resi residence,
dence, residence, 700 South Third street.
LADIES' COAT SUITS
Fifty sample suits, no two alike,
consisting of Serges, Tricotines) Pop Poplins
lins Poplins and Silvertons. High grade goods
at low prices. Open for your inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. B. Goldman. "Why Pay More?"
10-28-3tdly-ltwky
' NOTICE
Any one knowing E. H. Park, who
died in Ocala, Florida, August 22nd,
1899, can do Mrs. E. H. Park a great
favor by writing her at this address,
Mrs. E. H. Park, 1305 Wayne Ave.,
Dayton, O. 4 28-3t
, Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
A CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many friends
who were so kind during the long
illness of our dear mother and for
the many, kind words and beautiful
floral offerings so kindly bestowed.
J. S. Grantham.
W. L. Grantham.
D. L. Grantham.
J. L. Grantham.
F. L. Grantham.
Mrs. J. M. Colbert.
' Mrs. G. A. Luffman.
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. 526. Ocala, Fla.
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
WESLEY BIBLE CLASS
I .i.ii tuc iiicmucio vi vf caicj
bible class of the Methodist church
and their invited guests are requested
to be at the Methodist church tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening promptly at 7 o'clock.
Automobiles will be provided to take
jthem to the" home of Miss Bessie
Green.
For HALLOWE'EN plenty white
'cloth "cheap. FISHEL'S. 22-ft
i
Advertising not only builds up your
business but also builds up the town.

H For B

lorpid
iver
"Black-Draught is, ia
my opinion, the best Uver
medicine on the market,"
states Mrs. R. H. White Whiteside,
side, Whiteside, cf Kecta, Okla. She
continues: "I had a pain
in my chest after eating eating-tight,
tight, eating-tight, uncomfortable feel feelingand
ingand feelingand this was very
disagreeable and brought
on headache. I was con constipated
stipated constipated and knew it was
indigestion and inactive
liver. I begaa the use of
Black-Draught, night and
morning, and it sure is
splendid and certainly
gives relief."
For over seventy years
this purely vegetable
preparation has been
found beneficial by thou thousands
sands thousands cf persons suffer suffering
ing suffering "from effects cf a tor torpid,
pid, torpid, or slow-acting liver.
Indigestion, biliousness,
colic, coated tongue, diz dizziness,
ziness, dizziness, constipation, bit bitter
ter bitter taste, sleeplessness,
lack of energy, pain in
back, puffiness under the
eyes any or all of these
symptoms often indicate
that there is something
the matter with your
liver. You can't be too
careful about the medi medicine
cine medicine you take. Be sure
that the tiame, "Thed "Thed-f
f "Thed-f ord's Black-Draught," is
on the package. At all
druggists.
Accept Only
the Genuine.
am
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Rebuilding
OldShSs
YOU CAN SAVE
Many Dollars
On your shoe bills by having us le le-build
build le-build your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. mmm & co.
Between Ten Cent S tore and Gerig's
- Drug Store
PYLES & PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Einbf liners 1
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
OCALA, FLORIDA
W. A. Til
CONTRACTOR
Anything in Brick; Stone, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering
PHONE 526, OCALA
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careio.1 estimates made on all co.. co..-tract
tract co..-tract work. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other
contractor in the city. 5
: C. Cecil Bryant
5 Accoiinling and Auditing
PHONE 332
Pillsbury flour 12 lbs. $1.00; 24 lbs.
$1.95 at Main Street Market. 27-3t
TlrmVilp Tpr)p?tn(rt pa1 n.nt nnA rvi
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

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ADVERTIS
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WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FO:
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c.; six times
75c.; one month, $3. Payable in ad-
; vance. x ;
FOR SALE Fiftr acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. SO-tf
FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
road, 200 feet of Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold
water, gas, electric lights. L. N.
Green. 8-tf-
FOR SALE Two story frame build
ing opposite old A. C. L. Ky depot.
Submit offer in writing to II. Yr.
Henry, chairman of committee. 20-tf
WANTED Second hand typewriter;
Underwood or L. C. Smith prefered.
Must be in good condition and
CHEAP for cash. Address Box
417, Ocala, Fla. 22-6t
FOR SA
IS 17 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, dining 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-Ci
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 Secondhand
hand Secondhand one-horse wagon; 2-Hp. Inter International
national International Harvester Co. engine; 1 1-Hp.
Hp. 1-Hp. Internationa? Harvester Co.
engine. Will sell cheap or trade for
corn or syrup. D. N. Mathews, 609
Second St., Ocala, Fla. 26-6t
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call
at G4 Sanchez St. or phone 233. ; Ct
WANTED Experienced commissary
man, married preferred. Must v be
able to keep payroll. Reply stating
age, experience and names of prev previous
ious previous employers. Apply "Commis "Commissary,"
sary," "Commissary," care Star ofSce. 27-3
FOR RENT sRooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Apply at No. 20, North
Magnolia St. 27-Ct
EGGS FOR HATCHING Limited
quantity Plymouth Rock; 15 for
$1.50. R. N. Dosh, phone 304.
91.
rOR SALE First class auto paint painting
ing painting and top trimming business do doing
ing doing from $1700 to $2000 per month.
Will stand strictest investigation.
Good reason for selling. Box 5,
Gainesville, Fla. 23-9t
FOR SALF. Fresh Jersey milk. cows.
Price $90 each; $100 crated and
loaded on cars. Apply J. C. Shef Sheffield,
field, Sheffield, care First National Bank,
Lake City, Fla. 28-2t
FOR SALE A Ford roadster prac practically
tically practically new, with extra truck body,
$400. Florida Soft Phosphate &
Lime Co. 28-Gt
GOOD TASTE IN A MONUMENT
is as much as requiaite as artistic de design
sign design and execution. It is found ia
every memorial tsone we erect.
Whether the stone chosen be cf th
simplest or the most ornate descrip description
tion description it wil lalway3 be within, tha
bounds of good taste if ordered here.
Book of designs shown any time any anywhere.
where. anywhere.
OCALMlARBLEWORIiS
C':siN Properly fitted glasses
rive away that squint
';"V.V: r drawn, unnatural
ze..& expression seen in defec-
wMv?-v" ve eyes.
DR. K. J; WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
. Eyesight Specialist
Your feet are your best friends. If
they give you troubte, why not have
a free examination by M. M. Little,
graduate practipedist. 11-tf
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