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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1920.
VOL. 06, NO. 260
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Has Watched the Governor's Cam Campaign
paign Campaign with Approval and Be Believes
lieves Believes lie Will Win

(Associated Pre:
Washington, Oct. 29. President
V. ilson wrote Governor Cox today ex expressing
pressing expressing hi3 confidence in the election
of the democratic presidential nomi nomi-ree.
ree. nomi-ree. He expressed the hope that
under Cox's leadership "we can carry
the policy of national government
forward along a path of liberal leg leg-klation
klation leg-klation and humane reform until the
whole world again sees an illustra illustration
tion illustration of i the wholesome strength of
democracy and the happy fruit of
what the founders of the republic
purposed when they set this great
government up."
The president said he had followed
Gov. Cox's course throughout the
campaign with "admiration" and ex expressed
pressed expressed the belief that the governor
would receive the "emphatic endorse endorse-.ruent'
.ruent' endorse-.ruent' 'of the voters of the country.
COX WILL REPLY TO HARDING
Youngstown, O., Oct. 29. Gov Cox
in back in Ohio today, speaking here
this morning and at Akron tonight
when he will reply to Senator Hard Harding's
ing's Harding's statement about being un unpledged
pledged unpledged and unbossed.

Bolshevik Chief, However, Builds
Hopes on Enver Pasha in Afghan Afghanistan
istan Afghanistan and Beluchistan

BIG PROFITS REALIZED
IN GERMAN TEXTILES

Berlin, Oct. 28, Ten large German
textile concerns earned larger profits
for the year ended April,- 1920, than
in the best years before the war.
One Bremen concern increased its
profits as compared with last year
from 4,400,000 marks to 16,800,000
marks. Including, shares allotted
gratis s to the shareholders, the divi dividend
dend dividend paid is 62 per cent.
A cottom company increased its
profits from 2,000,000 to 9,700,000
marks.
Of the other companies the mini minimum
mum minimum dividend is 16 per cent and there
are several dividends exceeding 30
and one exceeding 40 per cent.
The profits are due to the big price
rise. of', last winter. All finished
Ecods put on the market during the
winter were priced on the basis of the
price of raw cotton at time of their
sale, and as raw cotton rapidly ad advanced
vanced advanced in price the public was charg charged
ed charged .several hundred per cent more
than the actual production cost.

(Associated Press)
Geneva, Oct. 11. Nikolai Lenine,
the Russian premier, has written
from Moscow to a close friend, a Rus Russian
sian Russian professor named Lutinlow, who
i3 how recuperating here, that the
Bolshevist invasion of Poland failed
owing to bad military leadership. The
red army is composed of loyal fight fighters
ers fighters but the chiefs were not up to their
lobs, savs Lenine. He dwells with

great hope on the propaganda of
Enva Pasha in Afghanistan and Be Be-luchistan,
luchistan, Be-luchistan, adding that India soonor
or later will adopf bolshevist rule.
MARSHAL DOWNED A BAD MAN

SOVIETS WILL OUST
THE LOAFING CLASS

The negro, Albert Hicks, who was
shot by Marshal Thomas yesterday,
was alive at noon today, and ha3 a
slight chance to recover.
Immediately after he fell, he was
taken to the. Marion county hospital,
where he "was operated upon with as
much skill and care as a millionaire
could have been. He was then taken
to the colored hospital, where no ef effort
fort effort to save his life. will be spared.
It seems that this man has a crim crim-iral
iral crim-iral record of length for his years he
is about twenty-five. A watch stolen
from Baird's store a few days ago

vas found on him, and he confessed

to that robbery,

fessed to more, but was too weak and
stunned to talk much. The marshal,
hunting thru the man's quarters later
in the day, found quite a quantity of
stolen goods, among them some taken
from Fausett's store. The pistol he
carried was an uptodate and expens expensive
ive expensive gun, and also probably stolen. -It
is likely that Marshal Thomas-has
cut short the career of a professional
ciiminal. ;-'.-;, W-V ": f
The shooting occurred at the union
station. Marshal Thomas was there
a short time before noon, waiting for
a train to come in. He noticed the
negro and with the intuition that a
veteran police officer -generally has,
suspected, him of being a bad charac character.
ter. character. He went up to him and began
passing his hands over him to see if
he had any weapons.. His right hand
struck the gun in the negroes pocket,
and immediately Hicks, backed away,
pulling the gun as he did so The
marshal drew his own gun and fired
three times as fast as he could draw
the trigger and the negro went down.
The shooting was an act of self self-defense
defense self-defense as well as enforcing the law.

Sky is. the Limit to the Predictions of
the Chairmen f the Two
Parties

(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 29-Democratic
National Chairman George White, in
a statement issued today, said the
general political situation points un un-m
m un-m istakably to democratic success.
The statement says; "The republicans
re demoralized from the Canadian
border to the gulf and from the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic to the Pacific. Their forces are
in full retreat everywhere."
REPUBLICANS WILL BREAK THE
record ;;v ;;y
New York, Oct. 29. Will Hays,
chairman of the republican national
committee, issued a statement today,
saying an official republican survey
indicates that-Harding and Coolidge
will receive the largest popular ma majority
jority majority ever cast in a presidential election.

FOOTBALL BETWEEN
TULANE AND FLORIDA

Tampa, Oct. 29. Players of both
the Tulane and the Florida teams will
b? numbered for their big grid classic
here November 6, it has been an announced,
nounced, announced, and programs distributed
will enable the fans to follow each
player with the ball attentively. In Interest
terest Interest in this season's big football
game is intense throughout the state

He might have con-and football fans in general will swell

the throng of Florida and Tulane
alumnae here for the battle for which
a -setting such as seldom seen in the
South is anticipated.
It is going to be a big holiday.
Boxes aire being reserved for the

Officials Thwart Plans of Mourners
to Stage a Demonstration
.' in Dublin

(Associated Press)
Holyhead, Wales. Oct. 29. The
shipment of Lord Mayor McSweeny's
body direct to Cork was preceded by
a, violent scene between officials and
mourners who wanted the body taken
through Dublin, where a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration had, been planned. After the
first encounter the officials got pos possession
session possession of the body and placed it
on board a steamer bound for oCrk.
The mourners refused to follow the
body and will go to Dublin.
FLATTENED THEM OUT
ON THE FLOOR

(Associated Press)
. Detroit, Oct. 29. Five men entered
a bank here today and compelled four
employees and seven patrons to lie
face downward on the floor while they
obtained $15,000 and escaped in an automobile.

Conference in Washington Wants
Federal Aid to Market
Fall Crop

A MIGHTY POOR -EXCUSE

(Associated P-ess)
Vologna, tlaly, Oct. 29, Counsel
for Alfredo Cocchi, charged with the
murder of Ruth Cruger in New York
city in 1,917, admitted that Cocchi
killed the girl but contended that he
was crazed by domestic troubles and

wine. ".

ALABAMA MINERS WANT

A GENERAL STRIKE

Birmingham, Oct. 29. Resolutions
rnllinor fnr n ypnprn1 strike in Ala-

throngs of society belles, while for balama In support of the mine work

CONGREGATIONAL UNION
OMITS THE 'WORD 'OBEY"

London, Oct. 13. Advices from
Moscow say that an appeal has been
issued by the soviet government 'for
overtime work, under the headinsr of

"the war with loaf ers" in which the London, Oct. 9. Congregationalist

soviet government declares it cannot brides here no longer need promise in
tolerate anyone living in the soviet the marriage service to obey their

republic at the expense of otbers. i "usoancis.

va committee oi tne congregational
Union of England and Wales, ap appointed
pointed appointed to draw up a new form of
service, has decided that modern
ideas favor the omission of the word
"obey," and this notwithstanding the
fact that no woman .sat on the com committee;
mittee; committee; neither were any requests re

ceived from women to omit the fate-

those who desire there is going to be

something extra ringside seats.
There will be 300 ringside seats of offered
fered offered for reservation Nov. 2.; These
seats will be right along one side
line something new. The occupants
will have to "stay seated, though, for
they're going to be "fenced in" and
will not be able to interfere with the
boxes or stands.
Florida goes to Valdosta to play
Mercer tomorrow, while Tulane jumps
all the way to Ann Arbor to t meet
Michigan, Saturday. The noted New
Orleans medical university has one of
the best teams in history this year
as their record to date attests. Flor Florida
ida Florida is ready though, for Coach Kline
is building a real machine for the
'Gators. r

ers now on strike were introduced to-

( Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 29. The farmers
conference today adopted a resolution
urging that the fall crops be market marketed
ed marketed as demand requires and that Con Congress
gress Congress conduct an investigation of the
interest rates charged by banks. All
farmers are urged to join marketing
organizations and Congress will be
asked to give the federal farm loan
board authority to issue and sell in
the open-market short term securities
based on warehouse receipts.
PLAY NO FAVORITES i
Washington, Oct. 29. Attorney
General Palmer issued a letter of in instructions
structions instructions to. all federal law enforc enforcing
ing enforcing authorities today to give careful
attention to violations of the. election
bws, showing no leniency.
KAUFFMANN TO HELP
Washington, Oct. 29. Attorney

General Palmer has appointed Joseph
Kauffmann special assistant to the
New York district attorney to conduct
the -federal investigation into the al alleged
leged alleged combination in the building ma materials
terials materials market there.
BANDIT WORE NO MASK
Washington, Oct. 29. An unmask unmasked
ed unmasked man robbed a branch city postoffice
in the exclusive residential section
near DuPont Circle today, of $550
and escaped. The robber held up a
woman clerk with a revolver.
THIRTEEN PERSONS
WERE INDICTED

(Associated Press)
Chicago, October 29. Indictments

against thirteenpersons were return-

day at the convention of the State ed by the grand jury in connection with

throwing the 4919 world series, the
states attorney's office announced to today.
day. today.

Federation of Labor and ref erred to

a committee.

SAMUEL SMILEY'S SAYINGS

SQUATTERS TAKE OVER
FAMOUS VIENNA PARK

Loafers must be pursued mercilessly."
In one village which refused to fulfill
the compulsory labor order, 75 cows
have been confiscated and will not be
returned until the set task is completed.

FISHER TROPHY RACE

TO BE HELD AT MIAMI

"All the churches are becoming less

(Associated Press) 7 1
.New York, Oct. 29. The second
hydroplane race for the Carl Fisher
trophy ( will be held this winter at
Miami, Fla., the American Power
Boat Association announced today.
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EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS

strict in their insistence on the word wording
ing wording of the marriage service," said the
s-ecretary of tt Women's Freedom
League. "Even in Anglican churches
the -word 'obey' is sometimes omitted
at the bride's desire, and a great

rumber of leading nonconformist

ministers have lately made a practice

IN VALPARAISO icf cutting out the vow to obey."

. (Associated Press;
Valparaiso, Oct. 29. Violent earth

quake shocks occurred north of here ?1.75
early today, damaging old structures. 103.

Lighthouse self -rising' flour, also

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

Mam Street Market. Phone

LADIES' COAT SUITS

Viennat Oct. 9. Squatters have

taken possession of the famous Lainz-

Tiergarten on the outskirts of Vienna

and, where once the royal stags and
wild boars fattened on rich meadows

and tinder splendid oaks, hute are be

ing erected and ground broken for

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The procedure of occupation was
symptomatic of present conditions in
Austria, Some months ago a group
cf men, mostly war invalids, formally
demanded this park from the govern government,
ment, government, giving notice that if their de demands
mands demands were not met within a certain
period the J. would take possession.
The demand was ignored by the au authorities,
thorities, authorities, so a few days ago the
period expired and several hundred

rn en marched quietly to the entrance
and demanded admission. The keep keepers
ers keepers swung open the gates, the men
entered and staked out their claims,
placing a model hut in one of the
open grassed spaces as a symbod of
possession. It is said that 170Q fam families
ilies families will take up claims.

He Gives Some Advice to Voters and
Also Answers Pertinent
Questions -'
Question What is the best argu argument
ment argument I can use in favor of Article X?
Answer Put the opposite the
names of the Cox presidential elec electors.
tors. electors. '
Q. What does the star mean on
the ballot this year?
A. As the democratic emblem, it
accurately described the democratic
candidate; it is also a star of peace
with the same significance as the
Star of Bethlehem.

Q. Do I think the reactionary re republicans
publicans republicans are justified in using the
eagle as their emblem this year?
A: They would have been if they

had selected a different eagle the

Prussian one, with two heads, which
sc"ems to be two more than their can candidate
didate candidate has.
q. What did I think of W. W's.
letter on the statement that France
had sent a spokesman to the G.-O.-'P.
candidate?
A. Which W. W. do you mean
Woodrow Wilson Or Wiggle Wabble?-
Q. How can a republican with a
conscience vote for Harding and the
League of Nations? ?
A. In two ways: Cut out partisan partisanship
ship partisanship and you won't want to vote for
Harding; cut out your conscience and
you won't want to vote for the league.

Q. How do I think the ex-soldier

vote will go?

A. They have a plain choice be between
tween between Comrade Cox and Kamerad
Harding.
Q. Do I think Harding will get all
cf the 6,000,000 German-American
votes that George Sylvester Vierick
has promised him?

A. I will have to give you a Yan-

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B. Goldman. "Why Pay More?"
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Get the habit of reading the ads.

Constantine Fired, George Shut Out
and Coundourioti3 Elected
Regent

v (Associated Press)
Athens, Oct. 29. Prince Paul, the
younger brother of the late King
Alexander, has been proclaimed king
by the Greek parliament.
THE YOUNG KING'S REGENT
London, Oct. 28. The Greek cham chamber
ber chamber of deputies has elected Admiral
P. Coundouriotis as regent of Greece
by a vote of 137 to 3. Admiral Coun Coun-dotiriots
dotiriots Coun-dotiriots is minister of marine in the
Venizelos cabinet.
CONDITIONS ATTACKED
Geneva, Oct. 28. For the first time
since the Greek revolution of 1917 the
Greek government through its min minister
ister minister in Berne officially opened nego negotiations
tiations negotiations today with the family of for former
mer former King Constantine when the min minister
ister minister informed Prince Paul of cer cer-tain'.conditions
tain'.conditions cer-tain'.conditions attached to his acces accession
sion accession to the Greek throne. The fore foremost
most foremost of these conditions was formal
abdication of the throne by Constan Constantine
tine Constantine and also by Prince George, duke
of Sparta, which was demanded offic officially
ially officially today. y

DUTCH WILL WATCH
THE AMERICAN ARMY

The Hague, Oct. 8. The Dutch war
department has decided to study Am American
erican American army methods and, TWith the
permission of the United States gov government,
ernment, government, bas sent a commission of
officer observers to the American
army on the Rhine.

PAGE FAVORS THE
PORT OF NEW ORLEANS

Valpariaso, Oct. 10 Greater use of
the port of New Orleans for ship shipment
ment shipment of exports from the central
Mississippi valley to Chile would be
advantageous for both manufacturers
and importers in the opinion of Thos.
A. Page, Chilean consul in Cincinnati,
who has been visiting in this country.
He says the southern city should be
made a port of call for ships which
now ply between New York- and Chile.
Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
individual service" at its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. 29-tf

South America's Most Progressive'
Nation Will Keep Up with
the Procession

(Associated Press)
Buenos Aires, Oct. 7. Extensive
poit improvement works are proposed
for Argentina. Work has begins on
improving the port n t Commeuoro
Rivadavia, the outlet for the oil
fields. Wharves and warehouses are
to be built at a cost of ? 1,700.000 for
taking care of imports and shipment
of petroleum. This work is being done
by the government.

GERMANS WANT TO COME
TO UNITED STATES

Paris, Oct. 10". Emigration from
Germany to the United States will be
tremendous if no barrier is raised by
the later country when peace is final finally
ly finally signed', according to reports reach reaching
ing reaching Dr. Rupert Blue, surgeon general
of the United States Public Health
Service, upon whose staff of Ameri American
can American doctors is responsibility of med medically
ically medically examining every emigrant
bound for America.
The Germans wish to emigrate, ac according
cording according to Dr. Blue's reports, because
of the high cost of living and the
heavy taxes that will be levied for
many years to come.
Wholesale emigration from Ger

many to the United State3 is impos impossible
sible impossible now because the two countries

ore still technically at war, but Com-

mfssioner Dresel at Berlin is allowed

to vise a maximum of 25 German

passports weekly.

AMERICANS CUTTING

INTO BRITISH TRADE

London, Oct. 15. Captain C. II.
Couithrope-Munroe, commercial sec secretary
retary secretary to the British high commission
in Constantinople, states that a great
deal of trade formerly held by the
British at that port has been captur captured
ed captured by rival nations.
H; mentions that a very strong
American combination with a capital
of $5,000,000 commenced operations in
Constantinople in the summer of last
year, sending at intervals vessels
from America with their goods and
motor lorries to deliver the goods to
their cutsomers.

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Men's and Ladies' Furnishing are being sold at, and even less
than the new and prevailing prices of the day. . .

All the 45 and 50 cent Standard Dress Ginghams, in fast
colors, are being sold at.. z ....
Also 45 and 50 cent Outing at .

All other Cotton Goods, as .well. as .Wool Dress Goods, being sold at new prices.
Most beautiful line new Dress Silks, all the new weaves and colors,
just received, at new prices no old silks left over.
BARGAINS IN BLANKETS '

Men's Everwear Sox $3 box for

X'J P"e thread Sllk ?1 Plkee answer: Do you know of any

Douy tnat nas gotten ncn oy casnuig

Vierick's political promissory notes?

Q.Wiiat do I think of the dis dis-tffection
tffection dis-tffection in the republican party?
A. If republicans of intelligence,
patriotism and independence continue
to leave it until they are all out we
may be able to save what's left of it
by disinfection.
Q. -Wliat advise would I give to
first voters?

AI can only suggest that before,
they cast their ballots they ask them;
selves these questions ?

If 100,000 young Americans gave

their lives to found the League of
Nations, how should other young
Americans vote?

If the peace of the world .is worth

itore than a political party victory,
how should a first voter who favors
peace vote? "v" ""

1 republican independents all over
the country are for Governor Cox,
how ought a republican first voter,
who intends to keep his independece,
vote? -' '-"-'; ; '
If a man is known by the company
he keeps, how ought a man who wants
to keep good company vote?
IH answer that last question my myself.
self. myself. Put the X-mark on your right
after the Co. thus, COX.
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OCALA EVENING, STAB, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1920

am Evening Slar

PublUhtd Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANyT
OCALA, FLORIDA.
It. It. Carroll, (Preldeat
I. V, I-eavenjiftotl, Secretary-Treanorer
J. II. lieujamla, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as
aecond-x:las3 matter.

TELEPHONES
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Editorial Department Two-Seren
elety Reporter Fire-One
, MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled for the ue for republication of
all news dispatches credited to It or
not otherwise credted in this paper and
also the local news published herein.
Ml rights ot republication of special
loatches herein are also reserved.

to shake hands with Mr; Clark, who
has a very large proportion of per personal
sonal personal friends in Marion.

AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

(DeLand News)
On the bottom of the official ballot
next Tuesday the voter will ; see a
brief synopsis of a proposed amend amendment
ment amendment to the constitution of the state,
giving the legislature the right "to
bond the state "for not exceeding 5
per cent at any one time' .for the
purpose of building hard roads. There

will be two lines, the first for the
amendment, and the second against

the amendment.

The News is opposed to the amend

ment. -

Because we believe the right to
bend for any purpose should -be left
in the hands of the people and not

be placed in the hands of 100 mem members
bers members of the legislature. We woujd not

give -any board the right to mortgage
our own property, nor would we grant
this right to mortgage all the prop property
erty property of the state. If the people want
to mortgage the state, they should
have all authority as to the amount
and the exact purposes for which the
funds are to be spent.
Because our own county has already

on 4-inch minimum. Less tnan t ,
tour Inches will take higher ratejwith which to build roads, and we can

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week allowed on readers without extra
composition charg-es.
Legal advertisements u legal rates.

A few more mornings like this and
we can put our electric fan in moth mothball.
ball. mothball.

. Whatever you do, don't vote for
more than six electors. Seven or
nore will, cause' your ballot to be
thrown out.
They say that Cox is trying to get
the German vote, but we notice that
that unspeakable person, George Syl Sylvester
vester Sylvester Viereck, is a warm supporter
of Harding.
. Congressman Clark .has evidently
suited Marion county very well dur during
ing during the half a dozen years he has rep represented
resented represented it. ; He has lost none of his
former friends, and nearly all of
those who once opposed him are now
among his supporters..
We hear so much about a flood of
whisky pouring into the United States
from Canada that we are quite sur surprised
prised surprised to hear that four Canadian
provinces Manitoba, Alberta, Sas

katchewan and Nova Scotia have re

cently voted dry. And the soldiers
had come home, too.
People who look" over the demo democratic
cratic democratic subscription list in the Star
are not to infer that it is all that has
been contributed from Marion county.

Mcintosh, Citra and Summerfield

have to our certain knowledge sent
in good contributions, and we have
no doubt that funds have been for forwarded
warded forwarded from other places and by in individuals
dividuals individuals from all over the county.
The amountsCsent from Ocala by the
Ocala finance committee pretty much
all come, from subscribers to or at
least readers of the Star.

The comment on the arrangement
of the election ticket in the state
press is rather amusing and shows
that most newspaper men have not

studied the law. The impression

ee no reason why we should place a

second -mortgage for the purpose of
building roads in other counties which
have refused to mortgage their own
property-for this purpose. ;

Because we believe more roads can

be- built within ten to twenty years by

the present tax .of 2 mills, auto li

censes and state convicts than!, can be
built by issuing twenty or more mill

ion dollars, of bonds and allowing any

j-tate board to blow it in within a
ccuple of years.
1 Because no fund has been provided.

for the care of the roads after they

have been built, and we know by ac actual
tual actual experience that road maintain maintain-ance
ance maintain-ance is an expensive proposition.
Because no limit has been placed
by the state on the load which may be
cirried over state or county roads,
and we do' not believe in .building
roads for the use of .' destructive
freight trucks.
Because no effort' is made to keep
the roads.- for the use of the sane.

reasonable driver, ? and a system of

roads seem to invite speed demons
and death, accident and mayhem.
We will do all we can ttf- build
roads, but we will vote against any
proposition to create a political political-financial
financial political-financial road orgy in the state with within
in within the next two years.
This tells how we intend to vote;
now you, Mr. Reader and Mrs. Read Reader,
er, Reader, vote as. you see fit. We can stand
the result as. well as you can.
AMERICA OUTSIDE

(Toronto Mail and Empire)
The debate on the League of Na Nations,
tions, Nations, lasting more than a year.

ought to make, the American people

the best educated in the world with

respect to the provisions of a docu

ment which is of an importance to
them only second to the declaration
cf independence. The other members
of the league ratified the treaty with

but little debate. In no other country

was the league a political issue. One

would think that by this time every

citizen of the -United States would

have read at lesst the salient arti

cles of the covenant, and that those

who publicly discussed the matter

would have studied the completed
document so that they could recite

rffost of it by heart. But the fact is

There are forty-three governments
now associated in the League of Na

tions. Germany, Austria and Hun

gary wish to. join. Turkey, Russia,
Mexico and the United States remain
outside. It would appear that the
United States will be obliged to re remain
main remain with the very curious company
it now find 3 itself in, or enter the ex existing
isting existing league.

DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS

The voters must remember that the
names of candidates appear in al alphabetical
phabetical alphabetical order on the ticket. Xet
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 E. Jones.
W. V. Knott.
J. G. Sharon.
G. B. Wells.

MOSS BLUFF

Moss Bluff, Oct. 27. Mrs. Smith
after a few weeks stay here, the guest
of Mrs. Lester Wheeler, left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for her home in Boston. She made
many friends here who hope to see
her back again next fall.
Miss Martha Fort was a shopper in
Ocala Saturday and while there was
the guest of Mrs. E. C. Jordan.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pillans of
Rodman were" visiting relatives here
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort and chil children;
dren; children; Mr. A. W. Fort, Mr. M. O. Mor Morrison,;
rison,; Morrison,; Mrs. W. C. White and Miss
Martha Fort were visitors to the
county seat Saturday. '"'
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Thompson and
little son, Sydney Fulton Jr. were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White
Sunday a.fterhoon.
Mr. Albert Fort and daughter,
Martha, attended church and baptism
at Oklawaha Sunday, and while there
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Smith.;-: . v; :- r.y-
Sheriff J. P. Galloway spent Friday
here at his farm.

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SUMMERFIELD
Summerfield, Oct. 26--Dr.Nand Mrs.
J. L. Davis, Mr. John Triplett, Miss
Mamie Fant and Mrs. Z. D. Mclver of
Irvine and Mr. and Mrs. C. iW, Rush
of Dunnellon, called on Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Fant Sunday afternoon.
Quite a large crowd is expected at
the Hallowe'en social to be given at
the Hart Lumber & Veneer Com Company's
pany's Company's restaurant rooms, Friday
r-ght.
Mrs. J. A. Frazier of Ocala spent
last Saturday, and Sunday with home
folsk here. ;
Mrs. J. D. Lyles of Jacksonville is
spending this week with" relatives,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fant and Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Lyles of this place.
Mr. Arthur Brown made a business
trip to Tampa Tuesday.
ODD FELLOWS

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Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
-isiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskilL N. G.
H. R. Luffman, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

t tj evail that the nams must' earL. su, uib lati, is
seems o pr that public attention Has been riveted
run alphabetically. Kemembenng ; . .
. t . icnieflv ; UDon Article X. Even Sena-

that we had once or twice votea wnent, r ,... .

tor iiaiumg kcchis lo Have ueeii m ig ignorance
norance ignorance of Article XX. Perhaps he

thinks that so long as a forced inter

pretation of Article X will serve his

the democratic electors were at the
head of the ticket, we asked the
county judge to show us the law, and
when he did we could find nothing in
it referring to alphabetical order. The
trouble i3 that people have the gen general
eral general election law mixed up with the
primary law, "which requires alpha alphabetical
betical alphabetical arrangement. The general
election law leaves it to the county
commissioners of each county to ar arrange
range arrange their tickets as they see fit, and
there will probably be a dozen differ different
ent different arrangements of tickets in the
different counties.

purpose and frighten off American

voters by the belief that their sons

will be commandeered, at the bid of

the league council, to go to war every

time there is trouble in Europe, there

is no reason to go further in the de

bate on the league. But Article XX

i? important. It reads as .follows:

"The members of the league severally
agree that this covenant is accepted
as abrogating all obligations or un

derstandings inter se which are in inconsistent
consistent inconsistent -with the terms thereof,

and solemnly undertake that they will
not hereafter enter into any arrange arrangements
ments arrangements inconsistent with the terms

thereof."

Senator Harding may not v know

exactly "where he stands as regards

ir ne aoes, pernaps oniy

While the ratification meeting last
night was not so largely attended as
we could have wished, there were
several hundred people present,
among whom many were from the

country. Quite' a considerable pro

portion were ladies. Congressman the league

Clark, the orator of the evening, was half a dozen others share his confi-

mtroduced by Editor Harris of the dence. His public utterances have
Banner, and was received with ap- been conflicting. At one time he says
plause. Mr. Clark made one of his j he wishes to turn his back on the
characteristic speeches, full of inter-. league; again he says that from the
est and hitting straight from the time he becomes president he will de de-shoulder.
shoulder. de-shoulder. Speaking of the league of vote all his efforts toward getting the

nations, he said the one great objec-j great and small nations of the world
tion the republicans had to it was into some sort of, association that
that it was born in the brain of Wood-j will take the place of the league. But

row Wilson, and its ratification un- Article XX seems to show clearly

oer a democratic administration enough that the nations now members
would keep the democratic party in cf the league have already pledged
power for. many 'years, Other lead- themselves not to join with each
inu issues of the campaign were ex-1 other or with any other nations in an
plained by Mr. Clark and his hearers .agreement not compatible with the

went home better informed from his provisions of their own constitution

speech than they had been during all They will have either to stand by the

tne campaign. After his taiK was over, league that is m existence or treat
many of those present came forward their obligations as a scrap of paper.

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USED CARS CUT NOT ABUSED

One 1918 Ford Sedan.
One 1916 Ford Truck.

One 1920 Buick Roadster.
One 1916 Biiick Touring:

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Ocala, Lodge No. 19. t Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7 :S0
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting' brothers.
J. W. Akin, C. a
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R, & S.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
. Ocala Chapter No.' 29. O. E. &
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock. :-:
' Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
. We guarantee to save you money
on your Hats, ladies; ask your neigh neighbor.
bor. neighbor. FISHEL'S. 22-8t

The following interesting piece of
information is from the Christian
Science Monitor : "The avocado grow growers
ers growers of Southern California believe
they have an article of food which
should have a wider distribution and
a larger consumption than it has at
the -present time. And to prove the
adaptability of the fruit they served
a dinner of many courses at each of
which the avocado appeared in some
new and welcome form. 'r Incidentally
the outside world was told, through
the usual channels of publicity, that
the avocado was capabV v of being
used in many, different ways. Alto Altogether,
gether, Altogether, a great .deal was told about
the product, but the average reader
was probably quite -at a loss when he
tried to form a mental picture of the
avocado. Was it of the nature cf a

cabbage or of a peanut? He could now

answer. The dictionary, however, says
the avocado is the fruit of the Amer American
ican American lauraceous tree, the Persea per per-sea,
sea, per-sea, of the size and shape of a large
pear, and is ordinarily used 'as a salad
with vinegar."

LADIES COAT SUITS

Fiftv sample suits, no two alike,

consisting of Serges, Tricotines, Pop

lins 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 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

FIFiST AID TO

ipiiiiiiiiiiin) Muj.ifn miiiiia

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. 28-3t
Our line of LADIES' COATS, the
newest models, are 25 cent cheaper
than elsewhere. FISHEL'S. 22-8t

Flower bulbs at the Ocala Seed
Store. 6-tf
Use "Goodnight and then fro to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.

What is Backache ?
It may be nothing but the effect of
a simple muscular strain, and it may
be a sign of
Disordered Kidneys.
If it hangs on, it is hardly a simple
matter, and our suggestion is that
you take
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DISABLED
SHOES :
WEAltE NEVER TOO BUSY
To give your Shoe Repairing Prompt
attention We can serve yew while
you wait if desired with the famous
Goodyear Welt System of repairing.
We call for and deliver work free.
SHOE SHINE SERVICE
Every Day Including Sunday
OcalaEIectricShdeShop
114 S. Magnolia St.
Phone 143. OCALA. FLA.

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RECORD OF THE OCALA BASEBALL TEAM FOR THE SEASON 1920

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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 Complete
plete Complete line of Gasoline, Oils and Grease Grease-Cars
Cars Grease-Cars Washed S1.C0. Agents for

:1FFS-BCST0 SIX

i NEEDIIAM MOTOR COMPANY

X Phone 252 Orange and Ocklawaha S
X OCALA, FLORIDA

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$10,000.00 MAN- WAMTEB
We want an exclusive dealer in every county in the state to sell
Matthews Full Automatic Light and Power Plants for country homes;'
in successful use for twenty years. ;
If you are the sort of man who can interest owners of country
homes, farmers; dairymen and merchants in towns without electric
lights in high grade equipment of unquestionable merit, we have a
proposition involving an investment of only about $1000 that will open
up for you a permanent, profitable business which will expand auto automatically
matically automatically year by year. Write us fcr details, including description of

our saies metnocis wnicn insure the success of Matthews dealers.

- 206 Laura Street
Jacksonville, Florida

The John I. Bronson Co.,

OCALA HOME. FOR SALE

LARGE corner lot No. 815 South Lime treet; house is well
built, has six rooms and bathetc. gas connection if desired); some"
fruit trees on place large garage, etc. f Sell cheap on easy 'terms
Price only $2300; pay $300 down, balance $25 monthly.
J. T. MILLER, 1641 LIBERTY STREtT
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Jacksonville, Fla.

The following report on the work of the Ocala Baseball Team for the
season of 1920 was carefully compiled by-Mr. Homer Luffman, of Sparr:
The baseball team of Ocala this summer was a credit to the town,
winning thirteen games, losing nine and tying two. The team was managed
by Jake Goldman, who was well liked by all the boys who hope he will have

the team in charge next season. The Ocala team was scattered after the

war started and when Jake took hold of it the first of the summer he had
to have all new fellows who had not played together before, but it proved

successful. Ocala went up against some good teams, as the following list

gives each game, battery and score. Ocala played two no-hit games, one
with Dunneilon, Luffman and Brooks battery, the only game lost to that
team, and the other game Was against Eoistis, with Wallace and Leaven Leaven-good
good Leaven-good as the battery. Following is the record:

Teams and Scores Pitcher

Dunneilon, 1
Williston, 14
Palatka, 3
Gainesville 9
Center Hill, 6.
Winter Park, 6
Williston, 5 ..
Dunneilon, 5
Leesburg, 8 .
Leesburg, 0 .
Dunneilon, 2
Webster, 2 ...
High Springs,
High Springs,
Dunneilon, 2

Lawtey, 0 . .

Brooksvilla,, 9
Eustis, 0
Dunneilon, 2
Brooksville, 0
Brooksville, 8

High Springs

Luffman. ..
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. .Luffman
. .Luffman.
. .Ticknor .

......Ocala, 2..-..-
. .....Ocala, 4.....
. . . .Ocala, 5
......Ocala, 6.....
. Ocala, 9....
...... .Ocala, 1. . .
.Ocala, 6

....... Ocala, 6. ..... .Ticknor.
...... .Ocala, 4. ..... .Luffman

... .Ocala, 1. ...... .Mickler.

Catcher
.Brooks
.Miller
. Brooks
.Brooks
.Brooks

Ticknor ..... . . Brooks

.Luffman. ..

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High Springs, 3

.. .. .Ocala, 3. ..
Ocala, 9
. . .Ocala, 1. .
. . .Ocala. 3. .
Ocala, 5. .
.Ocala, 14.
Ocala, 0...
. . .Ocala, 1. .
. . Ocala, 1 ...

... Ocala, 0

. .Ocala, 1. .

Ocala, 5...

. . .Ocala, 3. .

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. .Luffman. ...
.Mickler. . ."
. .Luffman. ..
. .Luffman. .
. .Mickler.
. ..Mickler,. ..
.. .Wallace .
. .Luffman.

Wallace .

. -Mickler. .
. .Luffman.
. .Wallace .

....Brooks
. .. .Leavengood ;
.... White
....Leavengood
.... Brooks
. . .Brooks
. ...Leavengood
. . .Brooks
. . Leavengood
....Leavengood
. :l Leavengood ;
f-. I .Leavengood
. Brooks
.Leavengood
' . Leaven good :
. . Brooks -....Wood

Wallace, Ticknor;

Line-up for Ocala: Pitchers, Luffman, ; Mickler,

catchers, Leavengood, Brooks; lstb, Dansby; 2ndb, Fallow;'- ss, Denham;
Srdb, F. Luffman; If, Harris; cf. Bishop; rf, Liddell,' sub, Thomas

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For all Classes of
Stone, Brick, Wood
and Concrete
Building;

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723 Wenona St.

Phone 446.

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Phone 248

The Store of

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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every-!

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

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Courtesy

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NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
WESLEY BIBLE CLASS

All the members of the Wesley
b;ble- class of. the Methodist ; church
and their invited guests are requested
to be at the; Methodist church this
evening promptly at seven o'clock.
Automobiles will be provided to take
them to the home of Miss Bessie
Green.

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

ON SALE AT FISHEL'S

Hose: 19c: Black Silk Thread, 5c;
Needles, oc. pkg. Tape, $4; Rit, 8c;
Buttons 4c and 8c; Snap" Fasteners,

'Sc.; Combs, 8c. Many other bar bargains
gains bargains at FISHEL'S. 22-8t

AUCTION CLUB

The Thursday afternoon auction
club held its first meeting of the seat-on
with Mrs. Clarence Camp yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at her home, and it
proved an exceedingly pleasant meet meeting.
ing. meeting. There ; were only two tables of
players present, as the members who
comprise the third table have. not re returned
turned returned from their summer vacations.
Mrs. Leta Bennett was the only in invited
vited invited guest. Miss Minnie Gamsby
and Mrs, -Frank Logan were the two
high scorers; Next week the club
will meet with Mrs.1 George K. Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. ' ;

MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB

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MdDTICF :
The price of Chandler Automobiles has been reduced

) on all Models

effective immediately, making it the lowest priced car.
on the market, in its class.

AGENTS

VOU don't have to use as
much of Calumet as you
do of most other Baking Powders.
Because it has more' than the or ordinary
dinary ordinary leavenmg strength. You
save about half on its use.
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You don't have to pay a big
price for Calumet It's soldat amod amod-erate
erate amod-erate price. It always has been
And that reprjesentsanothersaving.
Youjdon't have to feel uncer-
tain ias to results. Bakings never fail
because Calumet never falls below
the proven standard of "Best by Test"

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The regular bi-monthly meeting of
the Woman's Club will be held on
Saturday at the club house. The two
speakers of the afternoon will be Mr.
R. L. Anderson, who will give an ad address
dress address on citizenship, and Mr. Louis
W. Duval, will give an address on
women voters. A full : attendance is
urged. Louise Harris Clark,
- Recording Secretary.
MRS. EMMA LOUISE GRANTHAM

On the 26th inst., our hearts were
saddened when the news spread over
Sparr and surrounding community

Lthat Mrs. Grantham was dead. She

died about 1 o'clock, after a long ill illness,
ness, illness, ,.-
Mrs. Grantham was born August
8, 1942, near Newala, Shelby county,
A la. Her maiden name was Will Williams.
iams. Williams. She came to Florida with her
parents and located at Madisonville,
in Madison county, afterward moving

to Fort McCoy, where she met and
married Mr.. John Wesley Grantham
in 1861. This union was blessed with
eight children. Her husband died
Dec. 16th, 1882.
Mrs. Grantham united with 4 the
Methodist church when Quite young
and lived an exemplary Christian life.
She was indeed a sweet spirited
Christian ; woman. She has made her
home for several years with her son,
Levi Grantham at Sparr. During this
time she tiade many friends who
learned to love her.
She leaves to mourn her death five
sons, J. S. Grantham of Fort McCoy,
W. L. Grantham of Astor. D. L.
Grantham of Brooksville, J. L. Gran Grantham
tham Grantham of Sparr, Fred L. Grantham of
Ocala; two daughters, Mrs. John W.
Luffman an i Mrs. J. W. Colbert, both
of Sparr, and xne brother, John W.
Williams of Gainesville, besides a
host of other relatives and friends.
May the Lord pour healing ointment
on their bleeding hearts and help
them to realize that the good shep shepherd
herd shepherd leadeth and it is well. Blessed
be the name of the Lord. Blessed are
the dead which die in the Lord, from
henceforth.- Yea, saith the": spirit,
that they may rest from their labors,
and their works do follow, them.. Rest
for the toiling : hands, rest for the
anxious brow, rest for the weary,
wayworn 'feet, rest from all labor
now. -; ..: '. -" : ;
The .funeral services wer held at
the Sparr Methodist church and were

conducted by the pastor, Rev. Thomas

Williams. The pall bearers were W.
Luffman, D. O. Riker, J. E. Thomas,

f. J. Stephens, C." C. Higginbotham,

J I. Taylor. The body was interred

in the ,Fort McCoy cemetery beneath
a bed of flowers. Pyles &" Perkins
had charge of the arrangements."

The numberless friends she had
are left grief -stricken and sad.

Though our loss is mingled with pain,

yet it is her eternal gam. J. N. S.

OCALA LODGE NO. 285. B. P. O. E.

It possesses the highest quality
ever put into a Baking Powder. Con Contains
tains Contains only such ingredients as have
been officially endorsed by United
States Food Authorities.

For weeks, for months it keeps as
fresh and full of strength as the day it
left the Calumet Factories, the World's
Largest, most Sanitary' and Modern
Baking Powder plants.
Every spcjoriful of every can is the
samepure and dependable. Try it
t is important that you use only
straight wheat flour (not self-rising
flour) and pure -caking powder if you
wish to obtain the gluten demanded
b sound health.

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Calumet Gold C&k
Recipe
Yolks of 8 eg5rs,ltf
cupa. of. granulated
sugar, ?3 cup of
water, cup of but butter,
ter, butter, 2 cups pastry
flour, 3 level tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons Calumet
Baking Powder 1 ta tablespoon
blespoon tablespoon of vanilla.
Then mix in regular
way.

A kilowatt DELCO-LIGHT tf a greatly reduced price is
offered to you. This plant generates plenty of electricity for
the average requirements of the farm home; for abundant electric
light, power for pumping water and for running the machines
ordinarily turned by hand.
And the price is on(p $425 f. o. b. 'Dayton, Ohio

There are lareer DELCO-LIGHT
models for larger requirements at prtctt
lower than those paid for former models, of
the same capacities.. All 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 arc 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
feature 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 k meet your needs.

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Write phone or call for detailed information
H. W. TUCKER, Sealer

Ocala Lodge No. 2S6 Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
npstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.

C. Y. Miller, E. B
E. J. Crook. Secretary.

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PRICE LIST,

Golden Age Macaroni 3 for 25c J
Corned Beef, 3 for. . .'. . $1.00
Roast Beef, 3 for. ... ....$1.00
Choice White Bacon, lb. .272c
Breakfast Bacon squares lb 40c
Lard Compound per lb 20c e
Roxane Pancake Flour, 14-lb. ?J
package, two for. ... .... 25c J
Jello Ice Cream Pwdr 2 for. 25c ;
4 bars Clean Easy Soap.. '.25c
Choice Sweet Potatoes, pk. 50c
; Good whole Rice, per lb. lO'c e
. Reddick made Peanut Butter
in bulk, per lb ....... . -32c
Reddick made Peanut Butter
one pound tins .........35c" e
Reddick -, made Peanut Butter ..
four "pound tins. $1.35 J
Fresh shipment Royal Salad 9
, dressing, Mayonnaise dressing, v
Tartar Sauce and Mint Sauce. ?

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NOTICE

Cam -Thomas
Company
Phone 163
And get delivery

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LADIES COAT SUITS

Notice is hereby given that the city
of Ocala has purchased the house and
ot 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 dwelling
ing dwelling house thereon and will leave two
strips of land on either side of said
Main street as opened, which strips
will be of approximately the follow

ing dimensions: mat on the west
side 15 feet e and w by 105 feet it
and s. That on the east side 22
feet e and w by 105 feet n and s. Thi;
city council' will at its next regular
meeting to be held on November-2nd,
1920, consider bid3 for said "dwelling
and said strips of land, the dwelling
tc be removed within sixty days from
acceptance of bid therefor. The bid;j
may be for any one of said offering
cr any combination thereof and sh; 11
le accompanied by a certified check

sftr ten per cent thereof as evidence
9ct good faith. -The council reserve!

the right to reject any and all bids.
H. C. Sistrunk,
0-22-9t City Clerk.

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WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M.. meets ; on the first and third

Thursday evenings of each month at

7:30 o'clock until further notice notice-Jake
Jake notice-Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. I. Lucas, M.

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

tion. B.' Goldman. "Why Pay Morel"

10-28-3tdIy-ltwky
Don't fail to, visit the Guarantee
Qothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
1 Lighthouse self -rising flour, also
plain, 12 lbs. for 90 cents, 24 lbs. for
$1.75. Main Street- Market. : Phone
ICS.- -'- r' ; - ' 26-5t

NOTICE

On account of the serious illness of
Mrs. David Connor, the Star has
been requested to appeal to thoss
who expect to play Hallowe'en pranks
Friday aid Satnrday eevnings;,
not to visit in the square of her resi residence,
dence, residence, 700 South Third street.

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Arrival and departure of passenger
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
Leave Arrive
2;20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 ani

Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Petersburg
Tampa
Tampa-Manatee

4:03 pra Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pa

ATLANTIC COAST LINE JL R.
Leave Arrire
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:43 Em
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:25 fta
6:42 am Jksonville-Gne3ville 10:13 pm
2:42 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 ara
3":35pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 ptn
7:10 am, Dumellon-V,ilcox -7:2
J am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa l:S0pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 Z3
. Monday;'. Wednesday, Friday. -Tuesday.
Thursday. Saturday.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC

1:55 pm
4:C5 pm
2:15 am
2:15am

1 :50 pm

4:05 pm
2:15 hti

1:35 pm

Meet me at the American Caftv
Union Station, Ocala, for-a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the state for 75c Eat and drink a'l

you want. Time fcr dinner 11 a. in. to i serviceable wear, n ducoc
2:S3 p. xa. 17-tf zt FISHES.

Am now in position to handle
size contract. None too, large or
small.
'.All. work guaranteed. EMl:rj
given free.. YM. -A. TINSMAN,
tf Phone No. 520. Ocala, Fl

UNDERWEAR

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ccala tmnrnrs ctac,. Friday, octobeh 22. isra

OGAIA' OCCUnHFJiGES

If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, 42; this
afternoon, 68. ;
Try a want ad. when in need of
help, etc.

Only one drink served in each cup
at Ceng's Drug Store. 29-tf
' Mr. Alvis Williams, a popular
traveling salesman, is in the city for
a couple of days. :
Big assortment of Boy's knee pants
suits at reduced prices at Walkley &
Harnett's. 25
The weather was bracing this morn morning
ing morning and there was frost in many of
the lower places.
Double recleanea .seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

Miss ; Ruby Edwards will; go .to
Gainesville today to attend the S. A.
E. masquerade ball tonight.
"Peggy Stewart" Middy Blouses,
formerly $3 reduced to $2.48 at
FISHEL'S. 22-8t
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Mr. and Mrs. Demming of Candler,
were visitors in town this morning,
shopping and attending to business
matters. "' '.

. Lighthouse self -rising flour also
plain, 12 lbs. for 90 cents, 24 lbs. for
$1.75. Main Street Market. Phone

108. 2S5t

Mr. V. P. Upham of Brooklyn, N.
V.,. is in the city, the guest of his
uncle, Mr. L. M. Murray.

Apalachicola oysters fresh today.
3hone your orders. Cook's Market
and Grocery. Phone 243. ... tf

Mrs. E. C. Edwards has arrived in
the city to spend the winter at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. M. A.
Horne.

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

Mrs. W. T. Gary left this afternoon

for Waldo to speak" to the Woman's
Club of that town. She will return

tomorrow.

W 'K. Lan. M. L Phrsidan and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, ar. Nose tact

Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.

Oeala, Fla. ?

Mrs. M. A. Home and daughter,
Miss Ethel Home returned yesterday
afternoon from a several days' visit

to Jacksonville.

After a delightful two month's visit
et Daytona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. J.
II. Taylor and Mr, and Mrs. G. S.

Scott will return home Monday.

The following visitors were noted
on the streets this morning: Mrs. P.

C. Smith, Rodman; Mrs. H. G. Yongue

and Mrs. Annie DeVore, Reddick;

Mrs. W. "L, Martin and Mrs. W. A.

Hooks, Oxford.

Listen ladies, pure thread silk

Everwear HOSIERY: ,the most adver

tised hosiery sold in Ocala, only $1.75

at FISHEL'S. 2-8t

The people of Belleview will have a

great Allhallowe'en party at their

town hall tomorrow evening, and will

te glad to see their Ocala friends.

Dr. Edison's Cushion Sole shoes for

tender feet and "Eazall" arch pro-

ecting shoes, can be had only at Lit

tle's Shoe Parlor. 11-tf

Mrs. Frank Mustin and little son.

Frank Jr.. are here from their home

at Okeechobee, on a visit to Mrs.

Mustin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Smith.

There will be a Hallowe'en party

for the Christian Sunday school on

the church lawn Saturday, October 30,

at 3:30 o'clock, to which all members

are invited.

No fear of germs when you drink

at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf

Mr. W. H. Ford, a deputy collector

from the internal revenue office, has
been her this week, instructing those

of our pedple who are subject to the

ircome tax. :

50c. and 60c. fine lisle socks reduc

ed to 38c. Walkley & Barnett.

Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barco

of Miami, Thursday morning, a fine

son. He has been named Sam Barco

Jr. Sam Barco is a former Ocala boy

and has many friends throughout the
county who will learn with much in

terest of this anouncement. t

William LaFayette Harlow

announces the marriage of her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Amy to Mr. Virgil Todd Barrett,
on Saturday, the second day of Octo

ber, nineteen hundred and twenty.

Wilmington, North Carolina."

Mrs. George Nehemiah Harriss

requests the honor of your presence

at the marriaee of her daughter. Ele

anor ennings to Mr. Frederick Wfl-

elts, on Wednesday, the seventeenth

cf November, at half after five o'clock

in the afternoon. Saint ames Episco

pal church, Wilmington, North Caro-

ma."

The foregoing announcement and

invitation have been received in the

city by relatives and friends. There
centers here a very intersting fact as
the two brides are nieces of Mr. W.
W. Harriss of this city and first cous

ins of Mrs. Edmund Howard Martin.

nee Miss Caroline Waldo Harriss,

making three first cousins in, the

rtarnss family, brides in the same

month and year.

Miss Eleanor Harriss will be pleas

antly remembered in this city, hav

ing visited at the home of her uncle

and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss

three yeara ago, and her wedding will

be a brilliant social event.

Buy your hat at Walkley & Bar-

nett's. YouH save money. Men's

nets $3.50 to $7.75.

Double recleaned seed oats and rye.

Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
Buy your hat at Walkley & Bar

nttt's. YouH save money. Men's

hats $3.50 to $7.75.

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Our lines of LadiesV Ready-to-Wear can cannot
not cannot be surpassed this season. .
Our Suits, Coats and Dresses are the
Latest Word in Fashions the Last Word
in Price. ... ......

New line of Beautiful Sport Skirts
at the Newest Low Prices. Hand Handmade
made Handmade Lingerie Blouses at $6.50 up.

OUR LINE OF
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H5IYENEAL NEWS

"Mrs.

NOTE OF APPRECIATION

We wish to express our thanks and

appreciation for the flowers and many

deeds of kmdnes3 shown us at the

deathe of our beloved husband, father

and brother. Especially do we wish

to thank the B, Y. P. U. of the Bap

tist church for the beautiful floral

offering. ;

Mrs. D. C. Rawls and Children.

Mrs. G. C. Stevens.

Big: reduction in price on every

man's and boy's suit in our stock.

Walkley & Barnett.

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For HALLOWE'EN plenty white

cloth cheap. FISHEL'S. 22-8t

Mr. Raiford Simmons has returned

home from a business trip through

Georgia. He says that the entire

state is very optimistic over the elec-

t'on of Gov. Cox.

Worry Takes Off

fiesh Faster Than
Nature Can Pat
It On

Ths Uvea cf most women are
full of worry. -Men's troubles are
bad enougn, but women's aro
worse. .Worry makes women sick.
It pulls them down, and in their
weakened condition they are sub subject
ject subject to all the pains, aches, weak weaknesses
nesses weaknesses that are peculiar to the sex.
Most .women neglect their
health, and for this neglect they
pay the penalty. If a woman asks
her neighbors she finds that Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
benefits a woman's whole system.
All drugrgists. Fluid or tablet form.
Columbus, GA.-TDoctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription did me a

world of good.
I was suffering

with inward
weakness and
it caused me
to be extremely
nervous. My
back ached and
I had seyexs
pains in my
side. I was rest restless
less restless and could
not sleen well.

I was greatly in need of help so
decided to try the Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription and it was iust excellent
in restoring me to health. It mads
me feel like a different person."
Mes. Vivian Goins, 841 28th St.

UilCLHSSiIiiD
DVEflTISELlEnT

wanted, lost, found, for
sale. for rent and si3i-
ILAXl LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, cne
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month. $3. Payable in advance.

NOTICE TO FUri.IC

FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf
FOR RENTDwelllas: on Anthony
road, 200 feet of Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath, hot and cold
water, gas, electric lights. L. N.
Green. 8-tf

RED CROSS EXTENDS
RELIEF TO POLAND

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, m 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

::Aia 'noW. in position to handle auy-:
sjse contract. Nor. 2 too large or ico
anialL x
; All work guaranteed. Estimat-es
riven free. WM. A. TINS! IAN,
tf Phone No. 52S. Ocala, -i la.

LADIES COAT SUII3

Fifty sample suits, no two alike,
c insisting: of Serges, Trico tines, Pcp Pcp-lms
lms Pcp-lms and Silvertons. High grade goods
at low prices. Open for your inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. B. Goldman. "7hy Pay More?"
. 10-2S-Stdly-ltwky
R. A. JfAOONS-

Regular convocstlrr.? of the OcxU
Chapter No. 13 IL A. ZZ ca the fourtb
Friday in every tscr.tii 2.t S p. ca.
:H..S. TTcssfta, XL P.--
Jul.e Rrown. Secretary.
The council didn't pass the ordi ordinance,
nance, ordinance, but we pat in the individaal
arrvice. Geris's Drug Store. 23-tf

FOR SALE OR TRADE Second Secondhand
hand Secondhand one-horse wagon; 2-Hp. International-
Harvester Co. engine; 1 1-Hp.
Hp. 1-Hp. International Harvester Co.
engine. .Will sell cheap or trade for
corn or syrup. D. N. Mathews, 609
Second St., Ocala, Fla. 2S-6t

Will you SEW? DARE you SEW?
Ii! sew $3 will get you two of the best
SHEETS you ever snoozed in, 10

yards SG-inch Bleached SHEETING
for $3 at FISHEL'S. 22-lt

FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call
at 34 Sanchez St. or phone 238. 6t

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

ghtmg for QUALITY oot prices, tf

Mr. Chas. L. Tindale and Miss

Lorene Oglesbv of Cross Citv annear-

ed before Judge Smith today with re

quest lor a marriage license and it
ha vine been tnadA mit. naVoT Yia

judge to put it in operation, which he

oia witn pleasure and efficiency.

Big reduction m price on everv

man's and boy's suit in our stock.

Walkley & Barnett.

Mrs. M. Av Horne will accomnanv

herjdaughters, Misses Ethel and Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Horne to Gainesville this aft

ernoon. The Misses, Horne will at attend
tend attend the S. A. E. mascmerade dance

tonight. Mrs. Horne and daughters
will make the trip in their automo automobile
bile automobile and will be accompanied by Miss
Jessie Dehon and Mr..Wellie Meffert.

$10 pure silk socks reduced to $1.

Walkley & Barnett.

Among the Thursday shoppers in

the city were Mrs. Henry McMilan,
Morriston; Mrs. M. N. Gist, Mcin Mcintosh;
tosh; Mcintosh; Mrs. M. M. Abernethy. Jack

sonville; Mrs. S. L.;Fridy. Reddick;
Miss Kathleen Clyburn, Summerfield;

Miss Connie Mae Brooks.. Madison;

Mrs. W. H. Mason and baby, Con

ner; Miss Mabel Squires and Mrs. J.

S. Martin, Moss Bluff.

$1.50 pure silk socks reduced to $1

at Walkley & Barnett's.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

"OF TEAINS IN OCALA

Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:09 a. m

Leave for Tamna. ........ 2:10a.m.

arrive irom acxsonviue.. i:u p. ra.

ieave lor Tamna.... 1:50 n.tn

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:04 p.m.

Lieave ior Tampa ......... 4 :05 p. m.

Arrive from Tampa....... 2:14a.m.
Leave for J acksosville .... 2:15 a. m.

Arrive from Tampa..;.... .1:35 p. xn.

Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55 p. in.

Arrive irem Tampa....... 4:04 p. n.
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 4 :05 p.- ta.

Atlantie Coast Llae
Leave for St. Petersburg . 2 :49 a. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:25 D.m.

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10 :12p.m.

JLeave for Leesburg... ....10:13p.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:11 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12 a. m.

Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.ra.

Jbeave ior JacKsonvule. . 1:45 p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg .... 6:41 a. ra.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:43 a. m

Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.

Arrive from Homosa&sa... 15 p. m.
Leave for Hcmosaasa. . . 35 p.m.

Arrive, from Gainesville,

daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except ; Sunday . . . .4;45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p.m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Men- -day.
Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
Siamese Had First Movies. -7
Apparatus of ancient Siamese clvfl clvfl-fzatimi
fzatimi clvfl-fzatimi recently found stored at the
National museum in New York, proves
that the cinematic art was practiced
hundreds of years ago to Slam and
was carried on as follows: The prop prop-tr
tr prop-tr number of figures, designed from
leather by hand were mounted on rods
ind projected on the screen bv the

aand of the operator. The screen was

1 white cloth hung between the audi audience
ence audience and the lieht The shadows

were manipulated by the operator's

pushing the mannlklns along la a
trough. As action advanced throuxh

tl 1 max and ant l-cll maxk : the operator
recijted,; in a singsong voice five-reel
iramss ef the Tlove and wrongs of it

More than $5,000,000 has been spent
bj the American Red Cross In aiding
the stricken people of Poland. The
organization has nursed the sick, fed
the starving, clothed the naked, shelter sheltered
ed sheltered the homeless, schooled the children
and cared for the orphans there. It has
conducted a relentless fight against
typhus, cholera and other terrible dis diseases.
eases. diseases. So today millions of men and
women in that resurrected nation
speak In grateful appreciation of "The
Greatest Mother In the World."
Nearly 200 American Red Cross
workers are now engaged In relief ac activities
tivities activities in Poland. Four large relief
bases are In operation and eleven mo mobile
bile mobile units are. In the field. During the
last twelve months this organization
was largely Instrumental In the re-establish
men t of a million refugees at a
cost for general relief of more than
$L00O,00O. Last winter one-half mil million
lion million war orphans were aided material materially,
ly, materially, and since then a series of large or orphanages
phanages orphanages have been established to give
them permanent care.
But f er American Red Cross aid, of officials
ficials officials of Poland declared recently,, mil millions
lions millions of people In that country would
hsve perished of disease, exposure or
starvation the last eighteen months.
And the work there must be kept up
for another year.

WANTED Experienced ""commissary
man, married preferred. Must be
able to keep payroll. Reply stating

age, experience and names of prev previous
ious previous employers. Apply "Commis "Commissary,"
sary," "Commissary," care Star office. 27-3t

FOR RENT Rooms for light house

keeping. Apply at No. 20, North

Magnolia St. 27-6t

EGGS FOR HATCHING Limited

quantity -Plymouth Rock; 15 for

$1.50. R. N. Dosh, phone 304. St

FOR SALE First class auto paint

ing and top trimming business do do-,
, do-, ing from $1700 to $2000 per month,
Will stand strictest investigation

Good reason for selling. Box 5,
Gainesville, Fla. 28-9t

LIFE

A. E. GER1G
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
accident auto?:oi:jl:2

. PHONE. 332- :

FOR SALE 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. 28-3t

FOR SALE A Ford roadster prac practically
tically practically new, with extra truck body,
$400. Florida Soft Phosphate &
Lime Co. 28-6t

50c and 60c. fine lisle socks reduc

ed to 38c. Walkley & Barnett.

WANTED Sewing done at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. Apply to Mrs. J. W.
Coshow, Silver Springs road. 29-3t

FOR SALE CHEAP One good farm
mule. Dr. W. B. Livingston, Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Fla. 29-6t
Make your wants known by adver advertising
tising advertising them.

. pyles & PEmmm :
Funeral Directors & Einbslners
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICL
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for Whits
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Hi-hL
OCALA. FLORIDA

CONTRACTOR
Anvthine in Brick, Stone, Concretr,
Tile and Plastering
PHONE 523. OCALA

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTES AND
:y-i. BUILDER
Care'ul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and tctUr
work fr the money than any ether
contracior in the city.

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EVERY REAL MAN'S AIM
Success Happiness More Success More Happiness

'ANY MEN get discouraged and Sour. Good clothes, stim

ulates sen-confidence ; confidence stimulates faith in
yourself and others. With a good stock of faith in your

self and others, no opposition can hold you down. Good appear appearance
ance appearance radiates good feeling.
ONE SUIT OF
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KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOT
Will give you more days of good abear abearance
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GOOD CLOTHES, ECONOMY! CHEAP CLOTHES, EXTRAVAGANCE!
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
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OCALA, FLORIDA

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