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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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.Weather Forecast: Fair tonight arid
Sunday, not much change in tempera temperature.
ture. temperature. OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY; OCTOBER 30, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 261
FR. WILSON WILL EIGHTY DAYS FAST
IT'S RISKY TO FIGHT
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SUNK THEM
CONTRACT SHOULD
BE STRICTLY KEPT
CAPE FEAR SUNK ILOSIilG SPEECH AT
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, President and His Wife Today Mark
ed Ballots and fint Them
to Princeton

i (Associated Press)
. Washington, : Oct. 30. President

and Mrs. Wilson voted today in the

residential election. They marked
their ballots at the White House and
mailed them to Princeton, N. J., where
the president has heretofore gone on
election day to vote.
PREPARING FOR THE RETURNS
Most members of the cabinet any
many other officials will go home to
vote. Preparation are being made at
the executive offices in the White
House for receipt of election returns.
The president will be kept informed
ly wires installed connected with the
various democratic headquarters.
A M ERICAN AND CANADIAN
FISHINGBOAT RACE

' 4 .(Associated Pressj
I Halifax, Oct. 30. The American
schooner Esperanto and the Canadian
tvo-master Delaware,, dashed off on
the first .race of the international fish fishermen's
ermen's fishermen's regatta at nine o'clock. The
course covers forty miles.
UNSETTLED WEATHER
, IN THE EAST
. . .
' (Associated iiess)
Washington, Oct. 30. Unsettled
weather east of the Mississippi and
fair generally in the west is pre predicted
dicted predicted by the weather bureau for elec
tion day.i
COMBING THE WOOD3
AFTER THE CRIMINALS

(Associated l'ress)
Mexico City, Oct. 30. Every effort
is being made to apprehend the crim criminals
inals criminals who killed Arthur Mosely and
Gustavo Salazar, near Tampico, it is
declared in a note handed to the act acting
ing acting American charge d'affaires by
tiie Mexican foreign office.

Hunger Strikers in Cork Jail Refuse
Even the Order of their Spir Spiritual
itual Spiritual Adviser

(Associated Press)
. Cork, Oct. 30, Bishop Cohalan of

Cork ordered the hunger strikers in
the Cork jail to take food but they all

refused. At noon today they had com completed
pleted completed the eightieth day of their fast.
Michael Burke collapsed today, and
Bean Ilennessy and Thomas Dono Donovan
van Donovan are reported very low.

SERVICES FOR McSWEENY
Washington, Oct. 30. Friends of

Irish freedom announced memorial
services would be held throughout the

country tomorrow for the late Lord
Mayor McSweeny.

PROGRAM OF THE

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
Song, Rescue the Perishing.
Prayer.
Subject, Effective Prohibition.
, "The Three Sins in Respect to Pro

hibition Mr. Creson;

Talk by Mrs. Perkins.
Song, Labor On.
"How Endeavorers Help Keep Pro

hibition" Miss McDowell.

Song, Get Right with God.
Responses to questions,
"Story of Daniel" Annie McKay.
Odd, quotations. ?
Song, Yield Not to Temptation.

RUSHING ASSISTANCE

TO THE RAMBLER

Council Bluffs Preacher Who Spoke
Out in Meeting, Narrowly
Missed Being Cremated

Cox Hustles More and M ore Lively

in the Closing Days of the
Campaign

Washington, Oct 30. The mine

sweeper Tanager has been sent to aid

the steamer Rambler, plying between

Key West and Havana, which was.re-

ported helpless off the southwest

Cuban coast with 15 passengers.

We guarantee to save you money

on your Hats, ladies; ask your Neigh

bor. FISHEL'S. 22-8t

Flower bulbs at the Ocala Seed
Store. 6-tf

Council Bluffs, Iowa, Oct. 30.

Eev. D. E. Cleveland, pastor of the

Dodge Memorial church, was slugged,

bound and gagged by four thugs, who
threw him "into a truck,, soaked his

clothes with oil and set fire" to the
car. Cleveland was saved by rolling
out, of the truck but his condition is

critical. ? It is believed the act was in

revenge for the pastor's fight on crime
in his locality. ; 1
MRS. A. M. BUSHONG

Mrs. A. M. Bushong died at her
home at Anthony last night at seven
o'clock. The body was brought to
Pyles & Perkins undertaking parlors
to be prepared for burial. Mrs.
Bushong is survived by her husband

and three sons, two of whom are in

the navy but at expected to arrive in
time for the funeral. The funeral

services will take place Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Methodist church and in interment
terment interment will be made arfthe Anthony
cemetery. Pyles & Perkins have

charge of the arrangements.
DEAD LINE ESTABLISHED

BY DUTCH AUTHORITIES

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Oct. 30. Five speeches in
Chicago, one in Gary, Ind., and an old
time torchlight parade comprise the
Cox schedule for the wind up of the
campaign. One of the greatest dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations of the campaign has been
planned preparatory to tonight's
speech at the Coliseum, where Sena Senator
tor Senator Harding was nominated by the
republican convention.
COX WILL CONSULT THOSE
MOST CONCERNED
Governor Cox in a telegram to a

woman supporter today said he would

consult with democrats and republi

cans if elected to secure ratification
of the peace treaty and with other
leaders regarding the Irish and Jew

ish racial questions. . v.

SELLERS-IIALFORD

The French' Remind the British

their Duty to the Other
Allied Powers

of

- (Associated Press;
Paris. Oct. 30. The French note to

Britain asserts that Great Britain has

no right to waive the right to confis confiscate
cate confiscate German property An Great Brit Britain
ain Britain without a parliamentarv agree

ment of all the signatories to the Ver Versailles
sailles Versailles pact, says the Petit Parisien.
The newspaper says the note is cour

teous but firm.

Likely that Nineteen "Members of the
Concrete Ship's Crew were
Also Lost

(Associated Press)
Newport, R. I., Oct. 30. Members
cf the coast guard crew today report reported
ed reported no trace of any of the nineteen
missing members of the crew of 34
aboard the concrete steamer Cape
Fear, which sunk in collision' in Nar Nar-ragansett
ragansett Nar-ragansett Bay last, night, with the
Savanah liner City of Atlanta.

It Will Make 170 Addresses by Sen-
ator Harding Since the Cam Campaign
paign Campaign Began

(Associated Press)
Cincinnati, Oct. 30. On the last
lap of his campaign travels. Senator
Harding toda conferred with Ohio

republican leaders as he completed
the preparation of the last speech he

will deliver before the election at Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus tonight. With this speech
Senator Harding will have made 170

i f ince he was nominated.

BOLSHEVIKI BEATEN

RIDICULOUS RESOLUTION

Constantinople, Oct. 30. Russian

bolsheviki forces fighting the Ukrain

ians along the Dneistcr are retreating
on the entire front, dispatches say.

Advertising builds business,

Mr. Thomas J. Sellers and Miss

Zealyeu Mae Half ord, two well known

and estimable young people of Elec-

tra were joined in wedlock by Judge
Smith this morning. The Star joins
their other friends in best wishes for
them. "

The Hague, Oct. 12. The Dutch

government has established a dead deadline
line deadline 300 yards wide along the German
border in an effort to curb the smug

gling which has assumed tremendous

proportions, particularly in foodstuffs
nnA TiiViKtsr crnnAa nninw intn '. Hpr.

many. Soldiers are constantly on i

watch on the dead-line, but, in spite
of -these measures, the smuggling
continues.

Dutch stores in all the frontier

t'wns have been prohibited by gov-
ernment order from; carrying more'
stock than is necessary to supply the;

Dutch villages and the holding of
markets in the streets has been for

bidden.

ADVOCATE ALLIANCE
WITH' ENGLAND

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Berlin, Oct. 12. Pan-German ele elements
ments elements are agitating for an economic
alliance with England as the only
way in which Germany can regaht
her pre-war commercial prestige. The
radical wing of the conservatives be believe
lieve believe the European situation has
made such 'a union not only practic practicable
able practicable but probable, and are urging
that, anripnt VinfAo ho f n-rrrnf f on tnA

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an understanding reacnea between
the two nations. England and not
America, is considered the chief .fac

tor with which Germany must reckon
in international and European com commerce;
merce; commerce; v
Writers in the newspapers discuss
at length Jhe problem of allaying
what they say is an Wabating anti anti-German
German anti-German feeling among the English.
v The Kreuz Zeitung, the old organ
of the monarchists, says in an edito editorial:
rial: editorial: "If we have in mind aiiy foreign
alliance only England can be consid considered.
ered. considered. I am fully aware that I will
meet with the earnest opposition of
many of my comrades when I sug suggest
gest suggest an alliance with England, which
has done everything to destroy us. In
spite of it T hazard to recommend an
alliance with England on the follow following
ing following grounds: V
"Politics are not founded on sym sympathies.
pathies. sympathies. That is the 1 first lesson
that the honest German should learn
from his English cousin. We should
possess enough cleverness to put sym sympathy
pathy sympathy out of our politics and as a wise
business people travel with the part partner
ner partner who can make the going profi profitable.
table. profitable. 4 v f ;
"And that England certainly can
do."

BOLSHEVISM MAY SPREAD
INTO CENTRAL ASIA

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All goods throughout this store,' including Shoes, Piece Goods
Men's and Ladies Furnishing are being sold at, and even less
than the nw and pre vailing prices of the day. . . .
All the 45 and 50 cent Standard Dress Ginghams, in fast
colors, are being sold at .35c
Also 45 and 50 cent Outing at . : .35c
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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

OCALA,

E. T. HELVENSTON, $
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.London, Oct. 14. The expansion of
the British Empire in Central Asia is
at an end and rightly so, Earl Curzon,
secretary of state for foreign affairs,
told the Central Asian Society in an
address last night.
The function of Great Britain in
the future, he added, was not to ab absorb
sorb absorb territory there btu to give secu security
rity security and to arrange that the evolution
to a different and higher : state of
things should be easy.
The great bulk of. Central Asia, he
said, had been thrown into the vortex
of European politics. The Russian
Empire which Englishmen have re regarded
garded regarded with apprehension had been,
for the moment, obliterated from the
scene. China was in the throes of a
military crisis, the upshot of which
no one could foresee. Afghanistan
had acquired something like inde independence.
pendence. independence.
z All India was seething with agita agitation
tion agitation and trying to establish some new
form of government. In Tibet, the
British had been welcomed as friends.
Lord Curzon expressed the hope
that the Persian government and par parliament
liament parliament would ratify the ; Anglo-Per-sian
agreement and that this would
assure the integrity and independence
of that country.
He advocated setting up an Arab
form of the administration in Meso Mesopotamia
potamia Mesopotamia and said Sir Percy Cox had
gone out to assist in carrying on that
work." He hoped for some form of
Arabian unity which would gratify
the ambitions of the Arabs.
In Afghanistan there was serious
trouble and commotion. The secre secretary
tary secretary said he knew of no country in
Central Asia where the bolsheviki
had greater hopes of causing trouble
trouble for Great Britain, yet he re regarded
garded regarded the" interests of Afghanistan
as identical with those of Britain. It
might take years before the commo commotion
tion commotion in Asia subsided and no one
should suppose that the work of Eng Englishmen
lishmen Englishmen in those countries was over.
. Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUAUTYnot prices, tf
The road to success is advertising.

Birmingham, Oct. 30. The federa federation
tion federation of labor today adopted a re&olu-r
tion demanding the impeachment of
Governor Kilby for sending troops to
the coal strike district. The vote was
unanimous.

No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf

Lighthouse self-rising flour, also
plain, 12 lbs. for 90 cents, 24 lbs. for
$1.75. Main Street Market. Phone
108. 2G-5t

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tor kineiiMuet s

Cusm

tomers and the Public m General
These price reductions are on regular high grade merchandise
(not special lots purchased for this sale) and are effective-

Beginning Monday Morning

REDUCTIONS IN OUR SILK DEP'T

unft ifittnnAar f.rpnp Satin was S10.00 yard reduced to $7.25 yard.

Migel's Moonglo Satin Crepe was 8.00 yard, reduced to 5.75 yard. Skinner s
warranted Satin Charmeuse and Taffeta was $5.00 yard, reduced to $3.25 yard.
WARRANTED 3.00 MESS ALINE, SPECIAL, AT $1'.75 YARD.
Standard brands in all the new street shades.

Reduction on Fall

Fashioned Silk Hosiery
Fifty dozen Silk Hosiery, regu- 1 AA
- lar $2 quality, special per pairP W
$2.50 Silk Hose, special at per J J yg
53.00 Silk Hose, special at per jjjg QQ
, $3.50 5ilk Hose, special at per gQ
S4.00 and $4.50 Silk Hose, spec- Q ff
ial at per pair..;......... vO.UU
All the wanted colors. MAIN FLOOR

A complete showing of Fash Fashionable
ionable Fashionable Georgette Hand-Made
Waists in all the late styles.
A full line of Read-to-Wear in
all of the' new ideas. Alera Alera-tions
tions Alera-tions free. second floor

WHITE GOODS
SPECIALS
Hope and Lonsdale Bleached Mus- OKr
lins reduced to, per yard. ....
65c. Long Cloth (finest quality) re- JCq
duced to, per yard
60c Pajama Checks (finest quality) QCJC
reduced to, per yard. uuw
1 Satin Quilted Bedspreads at 40 per cent,
under market values.
Pequot and Wear-well Sheets JjJ2 40
(Best quality made, size 81 x 90)
Pillow Cases to match (size 36x45) SJQq
Fifty dozen Turkish Bath Towels, QQC.
special, each ........
Coats Crochet Cotton (all num- lCr
bers) at
Sjool Cotton Cr Or 1 Ac
reduced to ... ?C OC) iUt
(according to yardage on spool.)

25 OF ON READY-TO-WEAR
We have made a 25 per cent
reduction on our fine and up-to-date
line of Silk and Trico Trico-tine
tine Trico-tine Dresses, Coat Suits and
separate coats. second floor

Dollars Saved on High

Grade Shoes
Women's $15.00 Gray Ooze Ql 1 Cfj
Boots reduced to......
Women's $9.00 Gray Kid Boots Kfl
reduced to J JJ
Women's $11.00 Brown Kid C?G flA
Boots reduced to
Women's $15.00 Patent Vamp, Beaver Top
Button Boot reduced 010 00

Women's Black Patent. Kid Top, Lace

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to.

Boot, $13.50 value, reduced fk A A

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Women's $11.C0 Black Patent Vamp, Satin

lop uoots reducea I" Ksl

- to

Women's $15.00 White Kid CIA A A
Boots, reduced to ...VlvUU
Women's $7.50 White Canvas CC flA
Boots reduced to ......... VJ V V
Women's $15.00 Beaver CIA Of!
Suede Boots reduced to . VAV.UU
Women's $13.50 Gray Top Kid Boots (black
0ampLr!. $10.00
Special in Children s Shoes
Children's Vki Kid Button Shoes (in
black only nature last):
Sizes three to five, special 1 J f
at per pair...... ...... V vli.

Sizes fou

at per pair

r to eight, special gg

Misses Black Kid Lace Boots. -sizes 11
to two, special QO (f

at, per pair

Misses' Brown Calf Boots, sizes 11 to
two, special at, Of A A
per pair mJJ

One table of broken lots
in Women's Shoes priced
at $4.69 pair. .
Sizes 1 to 8, many styles, all
good values, black, brown
and colors.- Values to $12.00
at $4.69 pair. main floor

RHEINAUER &

CO.

OCALA, FLORIDA

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1923

cala Evening Star

lahllh?d Kvery Day Exeept Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

K. II. CarrolU Preldemt

I.avenjjood, Secretary-Treaaarer

J. II. Ileajamln, Editor

Entered at" Ocala, Fla., postofflce
second-class fhatter.

TELEPHOSES

Illinium Office Flve-Oae

Kditorlal Department Two-Serea
MMf ety Reporter ........... Flre-Oae

MEMIIEU ASSOCIATED- FIIESS

The Associated Press Is exclusively

entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to It or

not otherwise crea'tea In this caDar and

also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
lsoatclieB herein are also reserved.

law. He wound up by insulting a boy

half his size in the Seaboard res

taurant one night, and the little fel fellow,
low, fellow, who had no- scare in him, went

after the big one with a gun. There

was quite a circus for a while; the
lully crawling on hands and knees

under the tables and among the legs
of people in the room in the effort to

shield his carcass from the boy, who
meanwhile raged around, trying to

get a shot without Hurting any in innocent
nocent innocent bystander." They finally calm calmed
ed calmed him down, but the bully was a
bully no more. He would- last in
Ocala now about an hour, if he had
real good luck.
CENTER SHOTS

BONGNER A GOOD BOY

A Short Sketch of an Incurable Optimist

DOMESTIC SUWSCRIPTIOX HATES
One year, in advance .JH.OO
Kix months. in advance ........... 9.00
Three months, in advance 1.50.
One month, in advance .80

ADVERTISING HATES
Dlttplayt Plate 15 cents per Inch for
consecutive Insertions. Alternate Inser Insertions
tions Insertions 25 per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charges on ads. that run less than
six times cents: per inch. Special
position 20 per cent additional Kates
based on 4-inch minimum. Less tnan
tour Inches will take higher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica application.
tion. application. r"
Heading Notice t 5 cents per line for
rirst insertion: 3 cents per line for each
subsequent Insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without extra
eomoosltion nharees.

Legal advertisements t legal rates. J

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 E. Jones.
W. V. Knott.
J. G. Sharon.
. G. B. Wells. )
- in ii am mi nr
An exchange says the Miami Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis has turned republican. We
don't see where the "turned" comes

It never was democratic.

in.

Helpfulness is a good thing but it
is being overworked. It is causing
millions to sit down and wait for,
help when they are plenty able to
help themselves.
Oh, no, Harding doesn't want your
bey. to go -Overseas and make war on
enemies on their own ground. He
would prefer your boys and some of
your girls to be killed at their door doorsteps,
steps, doorsteps, trying to repel invasion. .
That contemporary of ours who
wanted two dollars to boot between
his paper and the Star stole about a

quarter of a column of our construc constructive
tive constructive thought the other day. We don't
remember stealing anything from

him. . :

Truthfully says the DeLand News

"President Wilson got into the cam-

taiim rather late but his words of

Wednesday will go down in history,

He has nailed down and clinched the
nails in the strongest plank of the

democratic platform."

The misled democrats who accept accepted
ed accepted General Miles as high tunky-

tunk of the "Gardeens of libbutty,.a
few years ago, still probably have a
vfull case of the dry grins when they

learn that he is working hard for

Harding' and Coolidge. V

Camille Flammarion, the French

astronomer and romancer, has writ

ten that when people have the bodies
of the dead cremated they also burn
their souls. Judging by what we have
read of. his writings, we've always

thought Flammarion was a fool, but

we didn't think he was a lunatic.

Editor R. W. Davis of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun, than whom no one in Flor Florida
ida Florida better knows the law, backs the
Star up in its statement that the
commissioners of a county are not
bound down to any specified form of
a rranging names on an election tick ticket.
et. ticket. We want no better authority on
a legal question. "...
We had about decided that when
the election was over that we would
write a series of special articles, re relating
lating relating to a number of subjects that
the public seldom thinks of. But
when we mentioned the subject to our
linotype operator he said he thought
he would have to have a vacation
about the time said special articles
commenced.' So the great idea will
have to be abandoned.

Follow a few of the bullseyes the

Times-Union has made on the bond

amendment! :
If you want roads in Florida vote
against bonds.
The dollar that is used to pay inter interest
est interest does not build a foot of roads.
Despite a liberal amount of money
it had for road' building. the state of
Florida has not. built one-fourth as
much mileage as Polk county.
Some of the speakers in favor of
the bond amendment have convinced
quite a number of men that the
amendment should be defeated.
The counties along the Atlantic
coast of Florida have built one con

tinuous road from north of Jackson

ville to south of Miami with a gap of

only about ten miles unimproved.

How many miles has the. state built?

Some people have a superstitious

notion that the state would build

roads more economically or more ef

ficiently than the counties. The state

road department had four million do!

lars last year. Where 'are the roads

it built?

The bondomaniacs would leave to

their children a legacy of debt;

If you want to pay interest vote

for the bond amendment. If you

want to build roads vote against it.

The advocates of the bond amend

ment would build roads for joy rid

ers at the expense of roads for the
farmers. .

We do not see how a man could

preserve his self-respect who, instead
of providing things for his 'children
to the extent. of his ability, -bought

things for himself on a credit and

left his children to pay for them.

Strong claims are made by the na

tional chairmen, and other -leading
men of both parties, as. to which Grill
win next Tuesday. Of course, one is

right, and will receive praise for his
political sagacity; and one is wrong
and will be derided, as soon as the
result is known. Also, of course,
neither knows. And we are perfect perfectly
ly perfectly certain we don't know, but we be believe
lieve believe Cox is better off than he was
three weeks ago. I

Some peeple are worrying about

the League of Nations while others

lose sleep over whether or not the
bond amendment will carry in No

vember, but what we personally want

to know most at this particular writ

ing is what, if; anything, can be put
on the seat of a last winter's pair of
blue serge 'pants to stop them from
looking like they had just had a shoe

shine. St. Augustine Bromides.

Son, if you have a tailor in your
town as good as Jerry Burnett is ili

our town, have him cut out t the shiny

spot and replace it with another.piece

of cloth. That's what Jerry did for

us. Perhaps the new cloth won't be

the same color but a patch on.your

pants is a badge of honor these days,

(Joe Earman in Palm Beach Post)
Hon. Jacob Bongner was a promi prominent
nent prominent visitor in West Palm Beach yesterday.

Jake Bongner came to Florida in

1912.

He' constructed, owned and operat

ed one of the only two breweries ever

built in Florida.

He invested three hundred thousand

dollars in the Jacksonville Brewery
Company.
This was the last brewery built irij
the United States.
Jake "is practical brewer and.
learned the business with Col. Charles
Stifel, who was one of the famous
brewers of St. Louis, and with whom
Jake worked during his young man manhood.
hood. manhood. When prohibition came about, Jake
was surprised.
lie never thought the American
public would enact laws prohibiting
the brewing of beer.
When the Volstead act became ef effective,
fective, effective, he dismissed two hundred and
forty-three employees, drew the fires
from the boilers, opened up the vats,
locked the outside gate and went
heme.
The three hundred thousand dollars
that he had invested was his bank
roll. '
All he had in chattels was a brew brewery.
ery. brewery. '
His other assets were determina determination,
tion, determination, good health, a faculty to make
and keep friends.
He converted his brewery into a
factory to manufacture ice, ice cream

and a cold storage..

He makes and sells one hundred

and thirty tons of ice every day and
approximately one thousand gallons
of ice cream, and has storage rooms
which are used by practically every
dealer in perishable merchandise in
Jacksonville.

Jake Bongner is the only brewer

who ever operated in the United

States and did not mess with politics.

It has been stated that for two

years after he came to Florida, hedid
not know the name of the governor of
the state.

He has always been a very temper

ate man.

He brewed and sold beer .because

it was a legitimate business.

He invested three hundred thou

sand dollars and practically lost this
amount.

This loss did not distress him.
He is a philosopher and took the

bitter dose without a chirp.

in ten years from now. Jake will

have his" three hundred thousand dol

lars, also an ice plant worth while

for his children to fuss over.7

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Christian"
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL

C. H. Voorhee3, one of the old pio pio-reers
reers pio-reers in citrus culture at Lake Weir,
has been taken to Orlando in a very
sick condition. It is hoped he will
soon recover Summerfield Chronicle.
They should have brought him to
Ocala. Tho' rather eccentric in some
things, Mr. Voorhees is an excellent
citizen, highly intelligent and has lots
of friends. The Star hopes he will
soon be well. -

The Atlantic Coast Line Tropical
Topics has sent out a very handsome
booklet, showing without exaggera exaggeration
tion exaggeration the beauties of that part of Flor Florida
ida Florida its lines run thru. We find only one
fault with it. In giving rates of ho ho-tels'and
tels'and ho-tels'and boardinghouses, it says of
some: '.$1 a day' or '$1.50 a day'
and up." What it should have said
is "and up to $25 a day if the victim
will stand for it."

We have been looking over some
old papers printed in Ocala twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five or more years ago, and they re remind
mind remind us of things that .happened then
that made Ocala a whole lot worse
politically and socially than it is to today.
day. today. Along about that time we had
a town bully. He was drunk part of
the time, half drunk all the time,

.walked 'around -with '. :hjf hat on; the

hick at his' head,- ab

peaceable

V Judging by what we hear, there
will be another attempt when v. the

legislature meets to "break Bloxham

county off from Marion and Levy. It
is likely that Marion's delegation in

the legislature will be able to head

off the attempt, but if it should go to
a referendum election' we are afraid

it would succeed. WTien the people of

that part of the county voted divis division
ion division down five years ago, they under understood
stood understood they were to have a good road,
or at least a much better road, to the

county seat. Their road is no better

today than' it was then, and we see
no probability of its being made bet

ter soon. The Star would hate to lose

the people of that part of the county,

but unless something is done to help
them at once it won't feel like it can

conscientiously oppose their trying to

help themselves. ". ... ..;

We have heard of a Florida hotel

where a traveler called and asked

what he would have to pay for a

room, tie was tola ne could nave a

small room without a bath for $2.50

for one night. He had his wife with

him and of course they occupied the

same room. Next morning, when the
traveler went to pay his bill; the

clerk told him it was $5. He pro protested,
tested, protested, saying he had. been promised
the room the night before for $2.50.
"Yes," said the clerk, .: "but there
were two of you." So the traveler

had to pay $2.50 for the privilege of

having his own wife in the same
room with him for the night. There

never was a more infernally dishon

est charge made. If ever anything of
the sort is done in Ocala, we hope
that the victim will take the case

into court, so we can write it up.

Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a- m. Morning service. Subject,
"Baptism of the Holy Spirit."
7:30 p. m.- Evening service. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, "The Christian's Cup of Joy."
Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector. -Twenty-second
Sunday After Trinity
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
,9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon..
mon.. sermon.. - .. -. r'.
7:30 p. m.- Evening prayer and

address. Subject, "What the Lam

beth Conference Recommended Re

garding International Relations.

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Baptist -.
C. L. Collins, D. D.t Pastor.
9:45 a. m Sunday school. W. T.

Gary, superintendent.

11 a. m.- Sermon by the 'pastor.

Cubject, "The Pastor and the People,
or "What the Church Has a Right to
Expect of the Pastor."

6:30 p. m. Junior and Senior B.

Y. P. U. All young people invited.

7:30 p. m. Preaching service.

"Christians and Other People, or-How

o Distinguish Christians from Non-

Christians."

A genuine welcome for all who

worship here.

Catholic
Mass will be offered up at St. Phil

ips Catholic, church tomorrow at 11
a. m.

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Christian Science Society
Room 5, Merchant's Block
10 a. m. Sunday school. ,','..
11 a. m. Sunday service
8-p. m. Wednesday.

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

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.
The road to success is advertising.

PRICE LIST
Golden Age Macaroni 3 for 25c
Corned Beef, 3 f or . ..... $1.00
Roast Beef, 3 for, .$1.00
Choice White Bacon, lb .". 27 yt c
Breakfast Bacon squares lb 40c
Lard .Compound per lb ... 20c
Roxane Pancake Flour, 1 -lb.
package, two for ........ 25c
Jello Ice Cream Pwdr 2 for 25c
4 bars Clean Easy Soap. .25c
Choice Sweet Potatoes, pk. 50c
Good whole Rice, per lb. 10
Reddick made Peanut Butter
, in bulk, per lb ... . .", . .32c
Reddick made Peanut Butter
one pound tins .r.35e
Reddick made Peanut Butter
; four pound tins ...... $1.35
Fresh shipment Royal Salad
dressing, Mayonnaise dressing,
Tartar Sauce and Mint Sauce.
Cam -Thomas
Company
Phone 163
i And get delivery

Your 'Success

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TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this bank to
-f manifest a friendly, personal interest in the wel welfare
fare welfare of depositors. We do not merely wish for the
success of our depositors; we woric for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely
bound up with the welfare of its customers.

"E STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus

tomers m a mBnner consistent with right bank

ing principles:

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If you favor a -change at-Wastaingfon

VOTE FO

LADIES COAT SUITS

Fifty sample suits, no two alike,

consisting of Serges, Tricotines, Pop-

ins and Suvertons. High grade goods

at low prices. Open for your inspec-

lon. 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

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

ing 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: That on the west
side 15 feet e and w by 105 feet n

and s. That on the east side 22
feet e and w by 105 feet n and s. The
city council will at its next regular

meeting to be held on November 2nd,
1920, consider bids for 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 oflferinf s
or any combination thereof and sh: 11

Le accompanied by a certified check

ftr ten per cent thereof as evidence
of good faith. The council reserves

the right to reject any and all bids.

11. C. Sistrunk,
0-22-9t Cfty Clerk

Rebuilding

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

FOR SALE
LARGE LUE GDI GONG
..." ORANGE TREES.
Will Deliver and Plant for
$5.50 EACH
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
Ocala, Fla.
10-14, deod-tf

The Kind to
which Barney
trusted his
Uie

If Barney Trusts Theta
YOU CAN

DAVIES, The Tire Man
Vulcanizing
Phones 438-76.

For United States Senator

For CoRgFSsnieiii

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(Pair! Political Advertisement)

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YOU CAN SAVE
ManygDollars
On your shoe bills by having us ie ie-build
build ie-build your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. :-
Between Ten -Cent Store and Gerir's
Drug Store

FOR TORPID LIVER
Temessee Lcsibennan Talks cf Hb
Successful Use cf Biack-DracgEl
. for Colds and HcadacBes.

Jamestown, Tenn. "I hare used
Thedford's Black-Draught for years, In
fact It Is the only liver medicine" that
does me any good," says Mr. L. A.
Ragan, a well-known lumberman of
this place. "When I was single, I used
it for headaches, and especially If I
get a cold and feel feverish, I take a
good dose of : Black-Draught,- and It
sets me right.
"Since I hare been married, I hare
used It In my family, and nerer have
found Its equal for torpid liver or dis disarranged
arranged disarranged stomach, especially with
children. I can recommend Black Black-Draught,
Draught, Black-Draught, and gladly do so."
Erery member of the family occa occasionally
sionally occasionally needs the assistance that
Black-Draught can gire, In helping to
cleanse the system and relieve or pre pre-rent
rent pre-rent the troubles that come from a
lazy, torpid lirer.
If your lirer Is not doing Its duty,
you may suffer with headache, consti constipation,
pation, constipation, biliousness, indigestion, etc
Unless relief Is obtained, serious sick sickness
ness sickness may result. In its long and suc successful
cessful successful use, Thedford's Black-Draught
has been found In thousands of cases
to rellere such disorders, by stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating the lirer to do Its Important work.
Ask for Thedford's Black-Draught,
,M insist cn the genuine. NG1"7

' AUTOMOBILES
I Mofphy -Motor Go,9 ggM

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. : We are striving to give the very best service 4 that can possibly be given fig

$fy to our customers and mends.
X The officers of the Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con-

front us, and help you to plan your finances, so as to make a success of your

(jg business.
' Call onus when in need of advice or funds. We fully realize the import import-S
S import-S ance of lending money, as well as accepting deposits.

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Resources More Than a Million.

THE OCALA NA

TIONAl BANK

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
ON SALE AT FISHEL'S

Hose. 19c.: Black Silk Thread, 5c;
Needles, oc. pkg.; Tape,, $4; Rit, 8c;
Buttons 4c and 8c.; Snap Fasteners,
8c; Combs, 8c Many other bar bargains
gains bargains at FISHEL'S. 22-8t
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. -23-3t

W. A. -TIMSPJAM
CONTRACTOR
Anything in Brick, Stone, Concrete,
Tile and Plastering
PHONE 526. OCALA

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

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

Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
individual service" at its soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. 20-tf

Properly fitted glasses

j away that squint squint-.
. squint-. ViiiC cgf drawn, unnatural

'P. See expression seen in defec defec-'j.yi&
'j.yi& defec-'j.yi& ve eyes.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

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.
Meet me at the American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Pest dinner in
th state for 75c. Eat and (IrinI:
yc-i want. Time for dinner 11 r.. c
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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-

shed $1.03. Agents for

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NEEOIIAM MOTOR COMPANY
Phone 252 Orange and Ocklawaha
OCALA, FLORIDA

OCALA HOME FOR SALE
LARGE comer lot No. 815 South Lime street; house is well
built, has six rooms and bath, etc. gas connection if desired); some
fruit trees on place, large garage, etc. Sell cheap on easy terms.
Price only $2300; pay $300 down, balance $25 monthly.
j. T. MILLER, 1641 LIBERTY STREfcT
Jacksonville, Fla.

B. Y. P. U. CELEBRATED

-ALL. HALLOWE'EN

Never before in the history of

Ocala was Hallowe'en so widely cele celebrated
brated celebrated for the town from one end to

the other had parties and elaborate
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ones, too, but none surpassed me

party given by the members of the B.
Y. P. U. at the Baptist parsonage last
evening.

The entire lower floor of this spac

ious home looked like a "spooky king kingdom,"
dom," kingdom," for it was most elaborately

decorated with yellow and -black "crepe

paper, owls, cats, witches, jackr'o jackr'o-lanterns,
lanterns, jackr'o-lanterns, etc., and every guest wore
costumes, som e in the fashion of

thosts and fortune tellers, but the

only one of the latter proving a pro

fessional was Miss Ola Sims, who pad
a booth under the stairway which

proved a most popular rendezvous

t r roughout the evening.

There were many interesting games

played, such as jumping the broom,
pinning the tail on the cat, blowing

candles out, bobbing for apples, etc.,

and the most successful one in these
contests, was Mrs. J. W. Tillman, who
was awarded an appropriate prize. A
march in the yard and eating peanuts

were other forms of entertainment

enjoyed.

Refreshments of spiced cake, punch

and apples were served. This was a

lovely ana much .enjoyed occasion,

i which was largely due to the' cordial

hospitality of Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Col

lins and their daughter. Miss Ruth

Collins.

DANCE AT THE WOMAN'S CLUB

J. 12. SPENCER

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We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.

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GOODYEAR AND U. S. HOES AND TUBES

Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

SPEKCER-PEDRICK HIOTOR CO.
PHONE 271

Ocala

Florida

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The Woman's Club house was most

brilliantly decorated last evening

with the many Hallowe'en fancies

which marked the opening ball of the
season of the Eight O'clock Dancing

Club.

- Streamers of yellow and black

crepe tissue paper- were strung from

the corners of the large dancing hall

while spooky lighted lanterns hung

about in convenient places with the
addition of witches, cats and many
other Hallowe'en ornaments placed

everywhere around the walls and to

geth'er with the many beautiful cos
tumes of the dancers made a mos

ti aazzung appearance.

III TVio Hanrp wad onenid with a crand

ii march led by Mr. Whitfield Palmer

a nd Miss Blair Woodrow.

The Davis orchestra furnished the

music, which was exceptionally good

so much so that several hours of the

morning passed before departure for

home was thought of.

During intermission delectable re

freshments were served and the young

men belonging to this club certainly

left nothing undone to make one o

the most elegant and delightfu

dances ever held in Ocala.

The Eight O'Clock Dancing Club is

one of the most popular that the city
has ever had and its reorganization
means a great asset toward the social

i life of the city. Before the war these

dances were looked iorwara to witn
the greatest of pleasure and last

,f night marked the first dance given by

tills UUU Oiiltc ll uuuaimcu vji cv.-
count of the young men entering the
service of their country.

NAMES ON ELECTION TICKET

-Vote for

TWO YOUNG LADIES

ENTERTAIN nALLOWE'ENERS

We nox have on hand a number of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room and Parlor Sets,
and considering the quality the prices are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable.

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OUR LINE OF

-of every description will prove attf active to you dufing the
'good old summer's time.' We have them from
$15 and Up.

At the home of Miss Bertie Bla

lock a lively Hallowe'en entertain

ment was enjoyed last evening. This
partly was given jointly by Misses
Mertie Blalock and Jewell Carroll and

there were at least thirty of their

friends present. Dancing, fortune

telling and other games were the
amusements at this affair, which

in enjoyment proved second to none of

the many Hallowe'en celebrations held

in the city last night. Refreshments

of "apples, punch and cake were serv

ed during the evening.

SIS ENTERTAINMENT FOR

;t! WESLEY BIBLE CLASS

I of the Friendship Wesley bible class

it; of the Methodist church and their

jm. lireen, leii ine

chiirrh bv automohilea for the home

jtj jof Miss Bessie Green, which was pro-

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Sf: lowe'en party was the wienie roast

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2fl games were aiso enjoyea in me nouse.
i Light refreshments were served and
MS in every way the occasion was a most

ji happy one.

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IHIP0RTANT TO VOTERS!

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Mrs. Charlotte R. Coffin, nominated

by the Prohibitionists as candidate

for presidential elector, represents
the WOMEN of the state on the

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JOHNSON WAS A

. SOUTHERN REPUBLICAN

In Every County in Florida
to sell our well-known ...
Ciders and Cereal Beverages
Good proposition to right man. Write
today before your county is taken. .

Charles Blum 0

Phone 188

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JACKSOriVIlLE, FLA.

' (American Legion Weekly)

Times were hard, and Mrs. Johnson

was endeavoring to persuade her lord

and; master to enter some gainful oc

icuDation.

Zl "It's a good job," she maintained.

"Fo and a half dollahs a day eight

hours."

"Who dis man trjrin to th'ow mon-

A I AW W 4" WOT A rf? rs TTTrt

-"Tom Wilson."

. ."Tom Wilson T iSo ma am, some-

veahs in France for dat Wilson

I famly."

Following are the names on the

ballot you will vote Tuesday, Nov. 2.

The names of the democratic candi candidates
dates candidates are marked with an X. Commit
them to memory. You need not ex

pect the ticket to look like the follow following,
ing, following, for it won't. This list will help
you only if you study it closely. You

must memorize the names and carry

them in your heads. You must not

carry the following list nor any other

memorandum into the voting booth; m

f act you had better not carry it even
to the polls:

Presidential Electors Vote for Six

Martin Caraballo.

X'P. W. Corr.

Charles E. Jones.
W. V. Knott.
J. G. Sharon.
G. B. Wells.
Geo. W Allen.
James W. Archbald.
E. M. Brelsford.
W. R. fBryant.
H. L. Clough. ;
Fred Cole.
Charlotte R. Coffin. 1
J. H. Drummond.
Leland M. Chubb.
Mrs. L. L. Hays.
Mrs. A. E. Henri.
A. N. Jackson.
L. M. O'Kelley.
R. A. McAuley.
J. W. Locke.
J. B. Moffett.
W. N. Nanney.
Herman W. Pilsbury.
F. 1$ H. Pope."
Wesley C. Richards. -Ernest
M. Smith. 4
B. G. Smith.
Geo. P. Wentworth.

For United States Senator

One
D. U. Fletcher..
J. M. Cheney.
G. A. Klock.
M. J. Martin.

For Representative in CongressVote

for One
X Frank Clark.
W. L. Casa.
Fred H. Cubberly.
For Governor Vote for One
X Cary A. Hardee.
W. L. Van Duzer.
George Gay.
Dr. F. C. Whitaker.

For Secretary of State Vote for One

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

For Attorney General Vote for One

X Rivers H. Buford.
William Gober.
Foir Comptroller Vote for One
X Ernest Amos.
Jas. T. McCarthy.
W. H. Northup.
For State Treasurer Vote for One
X J. C. Luning.

H. L. Ewing.
F. E. Hunt.

For Commissioner of Agricultur

Vote for One

X W. A. McRae.

Newell B. Hull.
M. N." Porter.

For State Superintendent of Public

Instruction 'Vote for. One
X W. H. Sheats.

J. E. Junkin. .
For Justice Supreme Court Vote for

Two
W. H. Ellis.
Thomas F. West.
E. P. Axtell.
F. W. Marsh.
N. B. K. Pettingill.

Railroad Commissioner Vote

for One
X A. S. Wells.
S. C. Baird.

George C. Crom. -'
George C. McDougal.

For General Assembly Vote for Two
X C. W. Hunter.

X Nathan Mayo.
L. R. Hampton.

For Clerk Circuit Court Vote for

One
X T. D. Lancaster.
For Tax Assessor Vote for One
X W. L. Colbert.
For Tax Collector Vote for One
X W. W. Stripling.

For Sheriff Vote for One

X S. C. M. Thomas.

For County Judge Vote for One

X L. E. Futch.

For County Superintendent of Public

Instruction Vote for One

X Henry G, Shealy.

For County Surveyor Vote for One

X W. A. Moorhead.

For Supervisor of Registration of
Marion County Vote for One
X D. M. Barco.
F or Members Board of County Com CommissionersVote
missionersVote CommissionersVote for Fire, One
in Each District
For Commissioner First District
Robert Bruce Meffert.
A. S. Pickett.
(Messrs. Meffert and Pickett are
both democrats).
For Commissioner Second District
X EdL Weathers.
For Commissioner Third District

X R. L. Clyburn.

1'or Commissioner Fourth District

G. A. Waters.

''or Commissioner Fifth District

J. E. Talton.

See Me
For all Classes ol
Stone, Brick, Wood
and Concrete
Building;

i J. D. McGasIdll

Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenosut SL I

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee

Jlotbing &. Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

Ighiing for QUALITY not prices, tf

NewGoods

Sanitary

MARKET and 6

' Phone 243
The Store of Quality

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A kilowatt DELQd-LIGHT at d 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. 'Dayion, Ohio
There are larger DELCO-LIGHT No matter where you live, there is a
models for larger requirements at prtctt satisfied user near you," enjoying the
lower than shose paid for former models oj comforts, conveniences and labor-saving

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 are equipped with thick
plate, long-lived battery.

features of DELCO-LIGHT. Over
125,000 plant in daily usage are your
assurance of the continued satisfactory
and economical service of all DELCO-LIGHT-models.
There is a size
DELCO-LIGHT to meet your needs.

Writ, phone or call for detailed iaf onxietioa
H. W. TUCKER, Dealer

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Lighthouse self -rising flour, also

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

$1.75. Main StTeet Market. Phone

108.

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LADIES' COAT SUITS

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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"

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Membenhip in the Fksriik Cfena achscs rcqsrw
only the tbCity to exxspcrate. E5o iniS"doii
no membership dues. For ixJocBaadoa, coor IS
managrr of nearest sssocktlos or wdxacSjai'e, or
write to the badness cuaiager at Tinspa.

TUMULTY'S TESTIMONY

Tells What

Sort of a
Really Is

Man Wilson

for

Members Board of Public

struction -Vote for Three

X W. T. Gary.
X A. G. Stephens.
X C. R. Veal.

For Justice of the Peace Vote

One
W. A. Jeff coat.

Proposed constitutional amendment:

YES ...

Proposed- constitutional amendment:
X NO.

A silver musical tea will be given

by the victory way committee at the

Woman's Club Wednesday, November

3rd, at 3 o'clock p. m. A fine pro

gram will be rendered. All club mem

bers and the public are cordially in

vited. S0-3t

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

For HALLOWE'EN plenty white
doth cheap. FISnEL'S. 22-8t

i Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 29, An -intimate

j picture 01 xne manner ot man

Woodrow Wilson-really is" based on
ten years as his private secretary and
touched" with incidents heretofore

unpublished in the president's official
life was drawn last night by Joseph

T Tnmnltv senakins at the demo-

nrtif mflos mpetinc lust over tne

lihe in Maryland.

: "The president hated and dreaded
war with all the fibre of his soul,"

Mr. Tumulty said, "but when the
United States wa3 forced into it he

became a most uncompromising advo advocate
cate advocate of the most stringes measures

for conducting the war thereby to

hasten the end."

Other instances showing the presi

dent's f eelinsrs about the death of sol

diers wer told. After the president,
had ordered Admiral Mayo to take

Vera Cruz. Tumulty said the presi

dent turned to him and, said, 'it means

heart but it

death. It breaks my

must be done."

Tumulty recalled the president'3

determination to rise in the funeral

procession in New York of the sol soldiers
diers soldiers and sailors killed at Vera Cruz,

although secret service men warned

him of rumors of attacks on hi3 We

and told him he could show respect by

appearing in the reviewing stand.

"The country cannot afford to have

a coward for president," was his an answer,
swer, answer, and he rode in the procession.

Tumulty said the president insisted

on article ten of the league to fore

stall the necessity of the United

States going to war by making it a

participant m a "plan to prevent the
beginning of such a war."

HfiD MIES

Arrival and departure of passer zer
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. . '-?xfc3'rci.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am JackscnviHe-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pa

4:05pm Jacksonville
. Tampa- -2:15
am Manatee-'
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa
1:50 pa Tarnpa-Macates

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for mining the North Sea and it was
Wilson who brought the plan for
combining the allied forces under
Foch," Tumulty said.
The. "grave fault" which Tumulty
said he found in the president was his.
ignorance of "how to play to the gal gallery."
lery." gallery." Tumulty said he loved him
better for it.
Get the habit of reading the eds.

Leave Arrira
2:12 pm Jacksonvillc-NTork 2:12
1:45 pm Jksonville-GaicsviHe Z;Z)
6:42 am Jksonville-Gncsville 10:13 x.'
2:42 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg.LakcIar.d l:2'rr.i
7:10 am Dunneilcn Vrilcc x

7:2a am Dunellon-LkcI:
3:25 pm IIomosa?.Ea

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1920

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D GALA DCCURBEHGES

If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, 40; this
afternoon, 64.
Mr. A. T. Thomas has returned
heme from a. visit to Jacksonville.
Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mrs. C. L. Collins left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for DeLand, to pay a visit to her
daughter, .who is a student at Stet

son University.
Double recleanea need oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
Mrs. James N. Bryan of Tampa ar arrived
rived arrived in the city yesterday afternoon
and is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Stripling.
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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. R. A. Burford will return
home Monday afternoon from a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant three weeks' visit with relatives
at Birmingham and Troy, Ala.
"Peggy Stewart" Middy Blouses,
formerly $3 reduced to $2.48 at
FISIIEL'S. 22-8t
Mr. C. L.Gamsby left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Chattanooga, Tenn. having
resumed his position with the Inter Interstate.
state. Interstate. Commerce Commission. v
Nice line Blue Serve TROUSERS,
also Brown, Blue and Green Flannels
at FISIIEL'S. 22-8t

Mrs. M. Rl Thompson returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a pleasant three months'

visit with her daughter, Mrs Powell

and family at Lexington, tt.y.
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. : 6-tf- ?
Miss Margaret Lloyd will conclude
Tuesday a pleasant month's visit at
the home of her brother, Mr. M. W.
Loyd and family, returning to her
home at Richmond, .Va.
' Dr. Edison's Cushion Sole shoes for
tender feet and "Eazall" arch pro protecting
tecting protecting shoes, can be had only at Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor. 11-tf

The circles of the auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church .will meet at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon, as follows.
No. 1, with Miss Mary McDowell; No.
2, at the church; No. 3, with Mrs,
Henry; No. 3, with Mrs. J. Q, Smith.
Listen ladies, pure thread silk
Everwear HOSIERY the most adver advertised
tised advertised hosiery sold in Ocala, only $1.75
at FISHEL'S. 2-8t
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund II. Martin
are expected to return tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from their ten days wedding
trip to points on the east coast, and
for the present will make their home
with Mrs. Martin's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Harriss.

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

James Maxey, colored, about 45
years old, died while at" work at the
Ocala Iron Works today. He was the
cupola "tender and had been witfi the
iron works for 15 years and was one
of the most faithful employes it ever
had. Pyles & Perkins will have
charge of the funeral arrangements.

I Mr. George' Boutwell of Jackson

ville was' a visitor in the city yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Mr. Boutwell came to Ocala to
assist the Davis orchestra, which
played for the Eight O'Clock Dancing
Ciub last evening. He played on a
handsome saxophone. Mr. Boutwell is
n talented musician, being director
in the Conservatory of Musical Art in
Jacksonville. :
The council didn't pass the ordi ordinance,
nance, ordinance, but we put in the individual
service. Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Griffith and
daughter of Coshocton, Ohio, arrived
in town yesterday afternoon. They
made the trip down in a Studebaker
and encountered severe roads and
weather, and with' all the inconven inconvenience,
ience, inconvenience, they experienced they averaged
15 miles to the gallon of gasoline.
They are profuse in their praise of
the Studebaker. Mrs. Griffith and
daughter will spend the remainder of
the winter in the city.
Another Hallowe'en entertainment
last evening was given by Martha
Preer, Babette Peyser, Johnnie Lou
Potter, Mamie Sue Spencer and
Frances Drake at the Preer home in
Linwood Park. These five girls prov proved
ed proved excellent entertainers.; They had
decorated the Preer home most taste tastefully
fully tastefully with Hallowe'en ornaments, and
the games they arranged kept things
lively throughout the evening, but the
ghost made out of sheets and moss
depicting an old man and placed in a
spooky corner around which ghost
stories were told, was ope of the most
enjoyable features of this party. At
this party the guests wore costumes
of witches, clowns and ballet danc dancers.
ers. dancers. Refreshments of ice cream
cones, cake, nuts and candy were en enjoyed.
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Save one-fourth on everything whether
Cotton, Silk or Wool Goods. . .
Qur lines of Ladies' Ready-to-W ear 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 S6.50 up.

OUR LINE OF
. TMMMED EATS AT 05.95
Cannot be beat. The kind you pay
S10.00 for at the Millinery Shops.

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The Eutawa class of the Methodist
Sunday school delightfully entertain

ed at a Hallowe'en party at the home

of Miss Ullaine Barnett lastsnight.
The veranda, living room and" din
ing room were appropriately decorat

cd, all the decorations being in the
Hallowe'en colors, black and orange.
From the large chandelier which hung
in the living room, streamers of black

end orange papers were interwoven

and reached to all sides of the room,
forming a ceiling of network. All the

ether lights in this room, dining room
and veranda were covered with dainty
shades of orange paper, giving the
whole place a dull glow, which with
the wierd and fantastic figures mov moving
ing moving about gave a very'spooky appear appearance.
ance. appearance. Across all the doorways and

mantels were hung grinning pump pumpkins
kins pumpkins and Hallowe'en pennants on
which unimaginable faces were paint painted,
ed, painted, and the curtains were covered
with witches, black cats and owls.

The guests were greeted at the

front steps by a ghost, who directed

them to another, ghost at the front

door. He in turn sent them to a tall
ghost at the side steps and so on, un

til they reached the front door again,
when they were allowed to enter.

Next, all the guests were numbered,

and each was given pencil and paper
and told to see how many of the
masked figures they could recognize.

Miss Maud L. Little guessing the

most, received a prize. Then they
were told to hunt peanuts, which had

been hidden in every nook and corner,

causing much merriment.

On the lawn was a large gypsy

tent, where a beautiful gypsy told
the fortunes and fates of all present,
giving some much happiness and
some sad disappointment.

On the porch were apples hung

from long strings and also a tub
with water and apples, so if the
guests were not successful in getting)

an apple at one place, they tried the!
other. 4

The best game of the evening, tho

was when, all the lights were turned

out, and only the glow from a huge

witch's pot in the middle of the liv living
ing living room was left, the guests were
seated in a circle around the, pot, and
Mrs. James Nicholas told the horrible
story of a man, "murdered in this
very room." In turn, parts of the
dead body were passed around .the
circle, causing many shrieks and
much laughter'. But when a sliding
door was thrown back revealing the
heads of his? two dead wives, many
shuddered and wished that the lights
would come on again. The parts of
his body passed were his tongue,
teeth, ears, hair, veins, head, hand
and eyes, all of which were ice cold.
. Besides those mentioned, many
othergames were played, telling the
fortunes and futures of the guests.
At a late hour delightful fruit
punch and doughnuts were served by
Mrs. James Nicholas and Miss Ullaine
Barnett, wearing dainty serving ap aprons
rons aprons of orange paper, on which were
pasted witches, black cats, "etc. Later!
home-made candy kisses were passed
in baskets and a huge box of marsh marsh-mallows
mallows marsh-mallows were placed before the fire fire-plaqe,
plaqe, fire-plaqe, while the guests were given
sticks to .toast them with. On the

plate of each ; guest was a pumpkin,
on which was written a fortune.
Assisting in this entertainment
were Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Barnett, Mrs.
Roger Dodd and Rev. and Mrs. C. W.
White, and those present were:
Misses Maud Little, Janet Turner,
Elizabeth Bennett, Ruth Simmons,
Rhoda Thomas, Ullaine Barnett,
Marie ? Mathews, Irene Tompkins,
Kathleen Leitner, Mabel Lytle, Annie
Rooney, Olive Whaley, Hazel Mc Mc-Ateer,
Ateer, Mc-Ateer, Marie Robinson, Miss Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Elizabeth Ledbetter, Pearl Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Louise Roth, Ethel Reynolds, Mrs.
James Nicholas, Messrs. Elmer Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, Ralph Simmons, Ralph Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Robert Park, Bill Thomas,,
James Gilmore, .Foy Carroll, Claud
Barnett, Bill Strother, Earl Gregory,
Bill Feaster, James Nicholas, Billie
Barnett and Eugene Robinson.
FRESHMEN CLASS MET
WITH MISS CHAZAL

The members of the freshmen class
of the public school eathered at the

home of Miss Charlotte Chazal last

night to participate in Hallowe'en
stunts. These young folks did some
real frolicking for several hours,
enjoying bobbing for apples, telling
ghost stories and many other games
typical of Hallowe'en. Just before
departure for home, refreshments of
ice cream, cake, candy, applies and
peanuts were served.
Mr Jim Howell is home from a
business visit to St. Petersburg.
Messrs W. W. Stripling and W. D.
Cam are goine to,Oklawaha tonieht

to instruct a voters school.

A letter from Mrs. Ford Rogers
directs us to stop sending her daily
Star to Detroit, by which we hope
Mrs. Rogers will soon be in Ocala

again.

By what we hear, we expect the bad
little boys will be out tonight, writing
naughty remarks on the platglass

windows of the stores. We hope they

will think" up something original
their stuff for the past two or three
Hallowe'ens has been rather stale.

VOMEN GIVEN RIGHT
TO OCCUPY PULPITS
Geneva. Oct. 12. Women's rieht

to occupy pulpits has been recognized

by the cantonal government of Basle.

Iwo other cantons already have taken

action and it is expected in church

circles that .the Geneva synod will do

likewise."

Interest in the oruestion was Quick

ened some months aeo when Miss

Maude Royden of England, was per permitted
mitted permitted to preach in the cathedral here
during the last international congress
of women.

A WISE GUY
(American Legion Weekly)
"Do you take this woman for better

or for worse?" began the parson.

"If it s all the same to you' said

the. inexperienced bridegroom ner-

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED. LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-.--
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

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

FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
M .

mues irom ucaia. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf

FOR SALE OR TRADE Second Secondhand
hand Secondhand one-horse waon; 2-Hp. Inter International
national International Harvester Cc. engine; 1 1-Hp.
Hp. 1-Hp. International Harvester Co.
engine. Will sell cheap or trade for
corn or syrup. D. N. Mathews, 03
Second St, Ocala, Fla. 25-6t
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call
at 34 Sanchez St. or phone 23?:. 6t

WANTED Experienced commissary
man, married preferred.- Meat be
able to keep payroll. Reply s tating
age. experience and names of prev-

j ious employers. Apply "Commis

sary," care Star cSce. 27-3f

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

REFINED middle aged lady wanted

to act as agent m the handling of a
staple and standard line of foods:

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 CHEAP One good farm

mule. Dr. W. B. Livingston, Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Fla. 29-6t

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 RENT Rooms for light housekeeping.-
Apply at No. 20, North
Magnolia St. 27-Gt

EGGS FOR HATCHING Limited
quantity Plymouth Rock; 15 for
$1.50.. R.. N. Dosh, phone 304. St
FOR 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,

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

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

FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring car.
Will be sold cheap for cash Apply
to S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala. 25-7t

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On the Jump!

There's nothing to worry
about if you do forget to
tell us you're in a hurry for
your Dattery. We work on
the principle that you always
want service on the jump and
we're here to give it to you.
Maybe you'd like to know
about the Still Better Willard
Battery with Threaded Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Insulation the kind se selected,
lected, selected, by 152 manufacturers
of passenger cars and motor
trucks.

Ocala Storage Bailery Co.
20 N. Main St.

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One 1918 Ford Sedan.
One 1916 Ford Trnck.

One 1920 Buick Roadster.
One 1916 Buick Touring.

" AUTO SALES CO. "ACS TAYLOa g
Phone 348 Ocala, Fla. g

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In the heart of the city with Hemming: Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room aervic ia
second to none

ROBERT M.' MEYER,
Manaser. ;'

J. E. KAVANAUGH
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Ask your dsaler for yourfcvarue sqs
If your dealer cant supply ycti wrlfe us.

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largest tndepshdent Cgar Factory hlcz V.':rU

I OR SALE On account of closing
house for a few months will sell
some choice pot plants, also White
Wyandotte chickens, dining rocm
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 No, 714 South Third

street, east.

NOTICE OP INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT

Notice is hereby given that -we, the
undersigned, will apply to the Gov Governor
ernor Governor of th State of Florida, at Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. Florida, on the 20th day of
November, A. D. 192 for Letters
Patent to be Issued to OAK HURST
LIME COMPANY, under the following
proposed charter, the original of which
U on file In the office of the Secretary
of State of the State of Florida, Jn
Tallahassee, Florida.
JOHN MEFFERT,
C. G. FRASER.
WELLINGTON H. MEFFERT.

Proposed Charter and Article of In Incorporation
corporation Incorporation of Oak Hurst
Lime Company
We, the undersigned, do hereby as associate
sociate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under
the Jaws of the state of Florida, and
do hereby adopt the following propos proposed
ed proposed charter and articles of incorpora incorporation.
tion. incorporation. Article I.
.fn iind Place of Bustneaa
The name of this corporation shall
be OAK HURST LIME COMPANY, and
its principal place of business shall fee
in Ocala. Marlon county. Florida, but
it may establish such other places of
business or .branches thereof either
within the state of Florida or else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, as the 'board of directors may
see fit to establish.
Article II.
BaMlaefts
The general nature of the business
or businesses to be transacted by this
corporation are:
(a) To manufacture building:, agri agricultural
cultural agricultural and chemical lime; road ma
terial; and any such forms of lime,
and by-products of lime and the lime
industry, as may seem advisable for
the welfare of-the company;
(b) To prospect and develop min mineral
eral mineral lands;
(c) To buy, lease and sell lands,
and all kinds of personal property;
d) To own and operate farms, farm
lands and agricultural enterprises;
. (e) To own and operate commis commissaries
saries commissaries and mercantile establishments;
(f) T-o borrow money, issue ibonds,
notes or other obligations, and to se secure
cure secure the same by mortgage, deeds,
filedges or other Instruments, and to
end money, taking as security there therefor
for therefor mortgages, deeds, pledges or other
Instruments;
(g) Generally, to exercise all such
powers as may be necessary or conven convenient
ient convenient to the purpose of the business or
businesses of this corporation and to
have, exercise and enjoy all the rights,
powers and privileges Incident to cor corporations
porations corporations organized, chartered and ex existing
isting existing under ami by virtue of the laws
of the state of Florida.
Article III.
" Capital Stock
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be T WE NT ST
THOUSAND ($20,000) DOLLARS, to be
divided into Two Hundred shares of
the par value of One Hundred Dol Dol-lare
lare Dol-lare ($100) each, all or any portion of
which may be issued for or payable
in money, or labor, services, real or
personal property, at a -fair valuation
therefor to be fixed by the board of
directors.
Article IV.
Term
The term for which this corporation
in to exist is perpetual.
Article V.
Officers
The business of this corporation is
to be conducted by the following offi officers:
cers: officers: President, vice president, secre secre-taryi
taryi secre-taryi treasurer and a general manager,
any two of which, except the offices of
president and vice-Dresldent. may toe

held by the same person, such officers
to "be elected by the board of directors;
and by a board of directors to be elect elected
ed elected by the stockholders, consisting of
not less than three nor more than five
members. The board of directors may
appoint such subordinate officers, hav-
ing such duties, powers and terms of
ofiice, as it may deem best and to the
Interest of this corporation. The an annual
nual annual meetings of this corporation shall
be held in lis offices in Ocala, Florida,
on the first Tuesday in January of
each year, and the following ofneera
shall conduct the business of this cor corporation
poration corporation until those elected at the first
meeting of the stockholders and direc direc-tor.
tor. direc-tor. shall qualify; President, John M.
Meffert; vice president and general
manager, C. G. Fraser; secretary and
treasurer, Wellington H. Meffert.
Board of Directors, John M. Meffert. C.

G. Fraser and Wellington II. Meffert.

Article VI.
IadebteCnesa
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation may at any

time subject itself is Twenty Thousand

uonars (?zo,uuj.
Article VII.
Subscribers
The names and residences of the
subscribers, together with the amount

of stock subscribed for by each, are as

ioiiows:
Name Residence Shares

John M. Meffert

Ocala, Florida id shares

C. G. Fraser

Ocala, Florida 80 shares
Wellington IL Meffert
Ocala, Florida 80 shares

STATE OP FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.

On this day personally came before

me, John M. Meffert, C. G. Fraser and

Wellington H. MeHert, each to me well
known, and each acknowledged to me
that he is one of the subscribers above
named and that he signed the forego foregoing
ing foregoing Notice of Application for Charter

and Articles c-f Incorporation of OAK

HUKSi ume company, and that he
signed the same for the uses and pur purposes
poses purposes therein set forth and expressed.

My commission expires on the 12th

day of March, 192L

Witness my hand and official seal at

Ocala, Florida. thi3 the 5th day of Oc

tober, A. D. 1320.
(Seal) D. NIEL FERGUSON,
10-8-4t-Sat Notary Public

: C. Ceell

AcconnUno 2nd Andliisfj
i PHONE 232

PYLES l PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Eabalnsers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. OpestAIl Night.
OCALA, FLO P.IDA

Don't ail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
hting for QUALITY net prices, tf
W. K. Lane, M. D Pfarsidan
Surf eon, specialist Eye, tr. Nc?e asa
Throat. OSes over 5 and 1& cent store,
Ocala, Fla. t!.

Lighthouse self-rising fiour. also
plain, 12 lbs. for 00 cents. 24 lbs. fpr
$1.75. Main Street Market. Fhose
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