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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 2G2
flTV WEATHER
HISTORICAL
COOLIE WILL
CAL1FQRIJIA r.'AY
WORRYING OVER
PI! Ill
Oil ELECT! II
MBIT
RESTING AT HOME
TAKE IT CODLY
REJECT COH
VOTES OFWOMEI
Is Forecast by the Weather Bureau.
Is Said to Always Reduce
the Farmer Vote
Cleveland's Old' Telegraph Sounder
Will Convey Election Returns
to Gov. Cox
Republican Candidate Says he Has
Done HU Best and Will Abide
by the Result
Ele and His Wife will Vote Together
x at Their Home Town, North- .,,
amp ton, Mass. ;
Our State Department Reassures
Japan at the Worst Possible
Time
Tt emend ous Avalanche of Female
Ballots Giving the Politicians
Much Trouble
Lawless Men of Both Races Commit
Many Outrages in Black
Belt of Alabama

Weather Forecast: Cloudy, probab probably
ly probably local rains tonight and Tuesday.

A

HHG QUIETLY

(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 1. Rains on
election day in the Atlantic states, the

ujpci vsauv 4vjr tv v-- o
the Great Lakes, with the probability
of snow in northern Michigan, Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin and Minnesota, is the forecast
today by the weather bureau.
SYNOPSIS OF THE SITUATION
New York, Nov. 1. The. national
and state elections to be held tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, November 2nd, will be notable
for the number of women nominees
and the large number of parties which
have nominated candidates.
Six parties have national tickets
for president' and vice-president, tho'
by no means in all the states. These
tickets are republican, democratic,
socialist, prohibition, farmer-labor
and single tax. "About 13 other parties
have candidates for state tickets or
for representatives in Congress,
bringing the total of all parties in the
field nearly to a score.
In the presidential election there
will be chosen 531 members of the
electoral college of whic,h 266 will be
necessary to the election of a candi candidate
date candidate as president. In the last election
President Wilson had 277. ;
The present membership of the
United States Senate is 96, composed
of 47 democrats, 48 republicans and
one republican progressive., This year
33 states are to elect 34 senators, the
terms of 32 members of that body ex expiring
piring expiring on March 3, 1921, while the
other two are beirig elected to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired terms up to March 4. 1925. Of
the 32 senators whose terms expire
next March, 17 are democrats ana xt
republicans. The two additional va vacancies
cancies vacancies were caused by the deaths of
Senators Bankhead of Alabama and
Martin of Virginia, both democratic.
One senator, is to be chosen in each
of the 33 states except in Alabama,
which elects two.
The only states which do not elect
senators are Delaware, Maine, Massa Massachusetts,
chusetts, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mis-
. mm i T! XT
sissippi, iviontana, ixeDrasisa, new
Jersey, New Mexico, Rhode Island,
Tennessee-, Texas, West Virginia and
Wyoming.
Women candidates for the Senate
have been nominated in six states, by
the prohibitionists in Indiana, New
York and Pennsylvania; by. the social socialists
ists socialists in California; by the farmer farmer-labor
labor farmer-labor party in New York and Connec Connecticut
ticut Connecticut and by independents in Nevada.
Socialists have candidates for the
Senate in 11 states : Alabama '2, Cali California,
fornia, California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana New
Hampshire, New York, Oklahoma,
Oregon, Pennsylvania and Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. The farmer-labor party has sen senatorial
atorial senatorial candidates in seven states:
Connecticut, Illinois,- Indiana, Iowa,
Missouri, New York and Washington.
' At least eight other parties have
nominated candidates for senator in
one or more states. These are pro progressive,
gressive, progressive, socialist, labor, single tax,
independent, industrial labor, -labor,
independent republican and non nonpartisan
partisan nonpartisan league.
The total membership. 435 of the
next House of Representatives is to
be elected. Of this number, 218 is
necessary for a majority, lne pres present
ent present membership is, democrats, 190;
republicans, 232: independent repub
licans, 2; independent, 1; prohibition prohibitionist,
ist, prohibitionist, 1; vacancies, 9 Women have been
nominated as candidates for represen representatives
tatives representatives in at least tT states including
Alabama, California, Idaho, Iowa,
Michigan, Nebraska, Massachusetts,
New York, Oklahoma, Oregon arid
Missouri.
Rnvprnnrs nr to hp elected in 37
ctafoa toJiiIa oletifvno -fif Ioscot state
offices will be" held in seven others.
Those electing governors are: Ari Arizona,
zona, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecti Connecticut,
cut, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Ida Idaho,
ho, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Massachu Massachusetts,
setts, Massachusetts, Michigan,' Minnesota, Missouri,
Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire,
New Mexico, New York, North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, North Dakota. Ohio, Oklahoma,
. Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
South Carolina, South Dakota, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
Both democratic and republican par parties
ties parties have ben nominated -in all these
states except Georgia and South
Carolina in which no republicans are
running. .. "-
The socialist parts has candidates
for governor in 18 states: Delaware,
Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kan Kansas,
sas, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire,
New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Wisconsin and
Texas.
Prohibitionists nominated gover governors
nors governors for seven states: Illinois, Indi Indi-ani,
ani, Indi-ani, Missouri, Nebraska, New York,
Pennsylvania and Vermont. The so socialist
cialist socialist labor party has candidates for
governor in seven states; the farmer farmer-labor
labor farmer-labor party in nine and the single tax
party in two, Illinois rnd Pennsyl Pennsyl-vania.
vania. Pennsyl-vania. ; -..--"
Many women have been nominated
for office on state tickets. Constitu Constitutional
tional Constitutional amendments are to be voted
upon in 29 states. There will be ref referenda
erenda referenda in 12 and initiatives in four.
Arkansas will vote on amendments
granting suffrage to women -and the
powers of the initiative and referen-

( Associated Press;
Dayton, Nov. 1. Gov. Cox closes
his campaign today at Toledo. He
will receive election returns over the
telegraph instrument used in V an announcing
nouncing announcing Grover Cleveland's election.
NEWSPAPER MAN TOMORROW
NIGHT
Dayton, Nov. 1, Gov. Cox plans to
vote -on his return to. Toledo early on
election morning. He will" spend the
day at home and receive returns in
the evening at his newspaper office.
ROOSEVELT'S FINAL REMARK
Hudson, N. Y., Nov. 1. Franklin
V. Roosevelt in his last campaign
speech here today, said the issue "is
tightly drawn between ."Cox and pur
place in the league at its head or
Harding and flat rejection."
CAMPAIGN MANAGERS
CONTINUE TO CLAIM

Democratic Chairman, However, is
More Modest than the
Republican
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. i. On the eve of
the election both republican and dem democratic
ocratic democratic headquarters are confident
their candidates will win. Hays claims
Harding will have not less than 368
electoral votes. White says Cox and
Roosevelt will win. '.
dum to the people. California will
have a referendum on five questions,
including the Harris prohibition en enforcement
forcement enforcement act and the sale of poison
act. One of the most notable of the
initiatives is that in California
where the voters will be called upon
to decide the fate of Japanese farmers
by amending the alien land law so as
to withdraw the land leasing priv privilege
ilege privilege from aliens who are ineligible
to American citizenship. California
has an initiative, vote also on prohi prohibition,
bition, prohibition, of vivisection. Voters will pass
upon several constitutipnal amend amendments
ments amendments including the single tax meas
ure and prohibition of compulsory
vaccination.
k Georgia will pass on a constitution
al amendment authorizing pensions to
Confederate veterans of their widows.
In Kansas the voters will pass -on an
amendment to provide state aid in the
purchase of farm landsi Louisiana
will vote on pensions to Confederate
veterans,' Michigna-on an amendment
to require all children between the
ages of five and 16 to attend public
schools and Minnesota will decide
whether to exempt automobiles from
personal property tax, increase the
license fees and use the funds to build
and maintain state highways.
Missouri will .decide whether to call
a state constitutional convention.
Montana will vote on a proposed re repeal
peal repeal of the presidential preferential
primary.
Nebraska will decide a referendum
on a law substituting nominating
conventions for primaries for all state
offices except governors. New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire will vote on questions of levy levying
ing levying a state income tax, granting the
governor right to veto items in ap appropriation
propriation appropriation bills and reducing the size
of the house of representatives.
New York voters will pass on a pro proposed
posed proposed $45,000,000 bond .issue. North
Carolina will, vote on a proposed state
income tax while-North Dakota will
decide whether to grant woman suf suffrage.
frage. suffrage. Ohio has a referendum on an
act providing for the enforcement of
prohibition-while Oklahoma is to set settle
tle settle the question of regulating, the
practice of medicine.
In Oregon there will be a. vote on
a constitutional amendment for com compulsory,
pulsory, compulsory, voting and registration and
an initiative on an anti-compulsory
vaccination law. j f
Six coristitutioani amendments are
proposed in South Dakota, including
one to authorize the issue of $6,000, $6,000,-000
000 $6,000,-000 in bonds to provide bonuses for
soldiers sailors and marines. Wash Washington
ington Washington also will vote on a proposed
bonus for soldiers and on the question
of increasing the salaries of state of officers.
ficers. officers. -. "--.V -No
state elections will be held next
Tuesday in Maine, Maryland, Missis-
aippi, iiew jersey nor Virginia, s
Probably the banner state for the
number of candidates for governor is
Illinois, where 10 parties have named
candidates for that office, including
the democratic, republican, socialist,
socialist labor, farmer-labor, single
tax, prohibition, co-operative party of
America, liberty party and Harding Harding-Coolidge
Coolidge Harding-Coolidge republican.
AMERICAN EXPORTS SHOW
A SLIGHT IMPROVEMENT
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 1. Exports to
Europe and South America showed a
slight recovery in September over
the August slump but a further re reduction
duction reduction of shipments to Asia, the de department
partment department of commerce reported to today.
day. today. The report says the United
States exported approximately two
hundred and twelve million dollars
worth of goods to Europe over im imports
ports imports in September.
Get the habit of reading the ads.

(Associated Press)
Marion, 0.,,Nov. 1. Senator Hard Harding
ing Harding has finished his campaign and is
resting at home. He and Mrs. Hard Harding
ing Harding plan to vote in the afternoon and
will. spend the day quietly receiving
election returns in their home. The
sen&tor says he has made a fight to
the best of his ability and is ready to
abide by the result.
FLORIDA-TULANE 6AME
TICKETS NOW ON SALE

Tampa, Nov. 1. With advance re requests
quests requests for tickets to the Tulane Tulane-Florida
Florida Tulane-Florida football game already com coming
ing coming it, the management of the con contest
test contest announced that tickets would go
on sale this morning at 10 o'clock at
the Horseshoe.
Florida supporters took a brace
with their hopes when Michigan de defeated
feated defeated Tulane and Florida made an
easy victim of the Mercer eleven. The
'Gators showed a world of class in
the bout with the strong Georgia
team. One of the largest cfowds'lhat
ever witnessed the game here is ex expected
pected expected to be on hand at Plant field
Saturday when the Crescent City ag aggregation
gregation aggregation locks horns with the Flor Florida
ida Florida clan. V
Those desiring tickets in advance
may secure them at the Horseshoe to today
day today or thereafter, or by maiL from
Gilbert Freeman, care of the Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. All A. T. O's. wishing seats
.should get into communication with
Clarence Holtsinger. as he has se secured
cured secured a block of box seats for that
fraternity.
Automobile spaces on the sidelines
including, admission for four people
will sell at $7.50. Ringside seats, a
new feature at football games here
are selling at $2 each, and box seats
including admission are. selling at
$1.50. All these seatsv may be pur purchased
chased purchased in advance.
VOTES, PROBABLY
(Associated Pess)
Havana, Nov. 1. Cuba is voting
for president today. Troops are on
guard at the polling places to prevent
threatened disorder.

St'. .....

Pre- War Prices-

rrevmi m m

Dress Ginghams
and Outings

,
Ocala

(Associated Press)
Boston, Nov. 1. Governor Coolidge
plans to remain in seclusion until he
accompanies Mrs. Coolidge to the
polls in Northampton.
THE COUNTRY CLUB,
RE-OPENED SATURDAY

The Ocahv Country Club opened for
the season last Saturday afternoon
and many people were on the links
playing golf. The course has been
considerably enlarged, which not only
increases the Jength around but adds
greater attractions to this beautiful
spot. The golf course at the Ocala
Country Club is recognized as one of
the prettiest and best kept courses in
the South. It is expected that this
year will 'see the largest membership
in the history of the links.
DEADLY STRIFE IN DUBLIN
(Associated Press)
Dublin, Nov. 1. There were- four fourteen
teen fourteen separate attacks on the police
and militaryin Ireland Sunday. Six
policemen and one civilian were kill killed
ed killed and many were wounded.
DEMONSTRATION TONIGHT
BY CAPITAL DEMOCRATS
(Associated Press) i
Washington, Nov. 1. The" demo democrats
crats democrats will hold a league of nations
demonstration in front of the White
House tonight. i
SUB-TREASURY AT CHICAGO ;
SOON WILL BE SHUT
Washington, Nov. 1.-The V sub sub-treasury
treasury sub-treasury at Chicago lias been ordered
closed Nov. 3rd"by Secretary Hous Houston
ton Houston in accordance with legislation
ordering all nine of the sub-treasuries
closed.
Your feet are your best friends. If
tbey give you trouble, why not have
a free examination by M. M. Little,
graduate practipedist. 11-tf
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf s
y
aievers

YOU have been hearing about great reductions
in prices on Dry Goods and Ladies Ready-to-Wear
for the past month or more; in fact you
are told that these reductions amount to anything
from 20 to 35 per cent. We want you to take the
time to compare our prices with any of them and
you will find that we are actually selling at figures
from 20 to 25 per cent lower than these so-called
"reduced prices." For instance:

at per Yard

We are in a position to save you money if you will
only give us the opportunity.
REMEMBER OUR LOCATION:
-
The Store with Two Doors, between
Green's Drug Store, and Masters'.

MALEVER

(Associated Press -Washington,
Nov. 1 -The Japanese
ambassador has been reassured by
the state department that no anti anti-Japanese
Japanese anti-Japanese legislation in California will
be acceptable to the country that does
ret accord with existing and applic applicable
able applicable provisions of law and the nation national
al national instinct of justice.
BANK OF FRANCE
RESTRICTS CREDITS FOR
SPECULATIVE PURPOSES

New York, Oct. 30. According t
information which has just reached
the French commission in New York,
M. Robineau, the new governor of the
Bank of France, in reply to an inquiry
as to the bank's policy, declared that
the bank was determined to maintain
extensive and absolute credit at the
disposal of its known business and
commercial clients, but that the bank
would continue to withhold credit for
the purpose of speculative operations
calculated to maintain the present
high prices by the withholding of
goods from the market.
A SURE SOPORIFIC
(American Legion Weekly)
He had just returned from France.
He hurried to see, his girl, who cer certainly
tainly certainly had not faded away during his
absence. She was glad to see him.
She sat on his lap for half an hour
telling him the usual sweet nothings.
"Why are you whispering so low,
dear?" she asked playfully. "Do you
think you are still in the trenches V
"No," he answered. "I just don't
want to wake my legs up."
SILVER TEA
There will be a very interesting
musical program rendered at the sil silver
ver silver tea at the Woman's Club Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock to which
the public is cordially invited. The
hostesses at this aff air will be the
members of the victory way commit committee.
tee. committee. ; .' ''
"'Viome to the dance Tuesday night,
over Commercial Bank, and enjoy
yourself with a congenial crowd. 2t
. jTT:
Florida

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Nov.X Mystery as to the
tide of the tremendous women vote is
reflected in many eleventh hour dis discussions
cussions discussions of the general electioa situa situation.
tion. situation. It is stated on all sides that the
woman vote will delay the returns.
SYNOPSIS OF THE GAME LAW

In view of the fact that hunting
licenses are now on sale by the county
judge, we print the following synop synopsis
sis synopsis of the game law:
The title of all wild birds and game
is vested in the various counties of
the state.
The following only are game birds:
Swan, geese, brant, ducks, rails, coots,
mud hens, gallinules, shore birds,
plovers, surf birds, snipe, woodcocks,
sand pipers, tattlers, curlews, turkeys,
f rouse, pheasants, quail and turtle
oves.
. It is a $50 fine to catch, kill, or ship
or have in possession any game bird,
plumage, skin, eggs or nests thereof
except as provided by law.
Open season November 20th to
March 1st following, for deer, squir squirrels,
rels, squirrels, wild turkeys, quail, doves, swan,
geese, brant, rails, coots, sand pipers,
curlews, snipe, ducks and plover. Un Unlawful
lawful Unlawful to kill squirrels in any public
or private park at anytime. Nov.
20th to Dec. 20th following, for
pheasants and grouse.
It is $25 fine to kill mud hens, galli gallinules,
nules, gallinules, limicolae, commonly known as
shore birds, and woodcocks at any
time.
It is a $25 fine to capture, kill or
injure any game bird or animal by
pitfall, deadfall, scafford, cage, snare,
net, salt-lick, blind pen, baited hook,
baited field, drugs, poison, chemicals,
explosives or similar device.
It is a $25 fine to catch, hunt or kill
any game bird or animal between
dark and daylight the following day.
It is a $25 fine to kill more than
one deer, two turkeys, twenty quail or
twenty-five birds of any other species
in any one day. It is a $500 fine to
kill more than three deer, ten turkeys
or three hundred of any other game
bird species in one open season.
It is a $25 fine to barter, sell or of offer
fer offer for sale any game bird or animal.
It is a $100 fine to hunt outside of
your voting precinct without a license
and a $25 fine to change or alter a
license. ;
It is a $25 fine to transport within
or without this state any game with without
out without a proper license. It is a $100 fine
for any common carrier to receive
such game for transportation.
The witnesses furnishing evidence
to convict for any. violation of the
game laws shall have half of the fine
imposed.
Persons residing in the state
twelve months, and a bona fide resi resident
dent resident of the county, may, on payment
of $1 to the county judge, receive a
"resident county license," a "non "nonresident
resident "nonresident county license" for $3 and a
"non-resident hunter's license" for
$15. No license good except in coun county
ty county issued. No Jicense required of res resident
ident resident Confederate veterans.
County judge to have 25c., 50c. and
$1 respectively, for each license is issued.
sued. issued. Balance 'goes to county school
fund.
All grades of licenses shall be of
different color, contain a synopsis of
the game law printed on-the back,
and shall be good only for the open
season or fraction thereof immediate immediately
ly immediately following their issue.
The sheriff is ex-officio game gar garden
den garden and may appoint deputies in each
precinct.
OCALA LODGE NO. 285. B. P. O. E.
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
upstairs over Troxler'a and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. E
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
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
ereigns are always welcome.
r 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.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Xodge.No. 22, L O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
risitfctg brothers.
J. D. McC&skill, N. G.
H. JL Luff man. Secretary.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothhlg & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

(Associated Press)
Montgomery, Nov. 1. Night riders

in the black belt of Alabama Satur
day killed two negroes, burned four
negro cabins, two gins, two mills, sev
eral barns, a quantity of cotton, cot
ton seed, corn, two white farmer's
houses and mounted whites and ne
groes rode ''through the countryside
applying the torch until the ofilcers
arrived. x
A TIMELY WARNING FROM
STATE BOARD OF HEALTII
' With the influx of winter visitors
into the state of Florida many of
whom are making the trip from their
purchasing acrs on their arrival here
and even the railway travelers in increasing
creasing increasing the automobile traffic by the
use of "for hire" cars, another note
of warning is sounded to autoists and
pedestrians. Acting on the convinc convinc-irg
irg convinc-irg evidence of the vital records of
the state which testify that automo automobile
bile automobile accidents aref more frequent dur during
ing during the winter months, due undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly to the increase 'in traffic, state,
officials are appealing to visitors and
citizens alike to strictly adhere to
traffic rules in driving and to use
care and common sense in walking
and driving.
Last year the highest number of.
deaths caused by automobile accidents
occurred in January. This being the
peak of the tourist season goes to
prove that the incerase in population
tends to increase the a. number of
deaths in the state caused by care carelessness
lessness carelessness either on the part 61 drivers
cr pedestrians. During the entire
year 57 deaths resulted from automo automobile
bile automobile accidents, according to. statistics
from the state board of health. Of
this number 45 were men and all but
ten were white. Twenty per cent of
the victims were children under ten
years of age and a large per cent of
the total number occurred during the
tourist months, when traffic is most
congested.
Figures for 1919 are indicative of
conditions in preceding years. They
impress up the public the necessity
of better observance of traffic rules
both in towns- and cities and on the
open road. Unf amiliarity with local
traffic rules is believed to ,be the
cause of a number of accidents, a
condition which should be overcome
by devising some means of putting
the rules before the traveling public
before or on their arrival in the gtate,
say officials.
DEBS "THEIR MASCOT
Socialists Claim Three Million Votes
in Tomorrow's Election
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 1. The socialist
party claims the largest proportion
cf the woman vote in protest against
the imprisonment of Debs. Party
managers predict 7three million; in
1916 the total was 600,000.
OHIOANS TJIYING TO
V PICK THE WINNERS
(Associated Press)
Columbus, Nov. 1. Ohio is trying
to pick the winner in the presiden
tial election after an avalanche of
political argument and a stirring
campaign.
FISHERMEN THINK THEY
ARE HAVING FUN
Running Races Nothing but Amuse Amusement
ment Amusement for Them.
(Associated Press) .-"'
Halifax, Nov. 1. The Esperanto
and Delawana, the American and
Canadian contestants for the racing
championship of the international
fishing fleets, started on. the second
race of the series about 9 o'clock thi3
morning.
On the last lap the Canadian entry
is leading with the Esperanto gain gaining
ing gaining rapidly.
PROBABLY BARRY
NEEDED THEIR PRAYERS
(Associated Press)
Dublin, Nov. L Kevan Barry, a
medical student, was executed today
at Mount Joy prison, having xbeen
convicted of murder for implication
in an attack on a mEitary escort. A
thousand people prayed outside the
walls
TALLEST MAN LAID LOW
(Associated Press)
. Texarkana, Texas. Nov. 1 Jj w
.Patterson, seven feet five inches tall"
said to oe tne tallest man in the
United States, is dead.
SHE WAS A GOOD SPORT
(American Legion Weeklv)
"I hear your sister is sick In ted,
Willie," remarked a neighbor. "Noth "Nothing
ing "Nothing serious, I hope?"
"Not specially, answered Willie,.
wWe were just playin' a game'secin'
vho could lean the furthest out the
window, and she won."



OCALA EVENING STAfi,

3IONDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1920

eala Evening Star

Pabllflbed Every Day Except Saaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA. :
IC It. Carroll, President
1. V. Leavenffood, Seeretary-Treaaarer
J. II. Ueajamla. Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
econtl-class matter.

TELEPHONKS
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to vote in the next primary. Nothing

to it. If any person who votes re

publican, prohibition or socialist in
this election wants to vote demo

cratic' in the next one, he nor she is

not going to be turned down m the
primary. : But the men who voted in
the last primary and do not support
the nominees in this election should

rot be allowed to vote in the next

primary. Changing .your vote from
one party to another is one thing;
breaking your word of honor is an

other. :' '. ' .

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Klx months, in advance 3.00
Three months, In advance... ..1.60
One month, in advance to

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Proposed Constitutional Amendment.
Amendment of Section 6 of Article
IX Relating to taxation and finance.

Yes.

Proposed Constitutional Amendment.

Amendment of Section 6 of Article
IX Relating to taxation and finance.

X No.

Polls open at 8 a. m.

And close at 6:08 p..m.

Vote for Bruce Meffert.

Vote against the amendment.

Vote the straight democratic ticket.

- Give the women the gangway.

' Now that women are citizens, they

can wash the political linen.
We are sorry for dear old Bill Taft

He has had to throw a political flip-

' nop. '-

They may claim all they please,

but it will be the silent vote that will

do the work tomorrow.

-Any democrat who tries to keep his

wife from voting is half a repubii
can, and not even half a good sport.

There has never been any time
when co-operation between Florida
orange growers has been needed so

greatly. '' -. ;

They say a cat has nine lives, but
if so a man must have ninety. One

small drink of moonshine liquor -kill
. ed a St. Petersburg cat.

The white women of Marion coun

ty who have registered, should re

member their work is only; half
done. The other half is voting to

morrow.

Evil shudders in the presence of

" the man who thinks. Miami Metrop-

olis. : ' -.

V Unless he is thinking up evil, as

he often is
Hm, , ;

We understand that the Ocala base baseball
ball baseball team is to be reorganized. A
good idea. In its last few games, it

was not run to suit sportsmen so mucn

as to suit the gamblers.

Mighty few" democrats in this
town are afraid to bet on Cox. They
should be afraid to bet on-anybody.
Election bets are gambling- and

gambling is against the law.

Bond amendment advocate says

that if amendment wins good effects
will at once be felt. Maybe so. And
fio InnA ones will

be felt and never get over feeling for

ail the money the people nave.
When you vote tomorrow, do not
put an X mark opposite the name of
more than one county commissioner
for the first (Ocala district) Messrs.
Bruce Meffert and A. S. Pickett are
both democrats. Vote for one of
, them. If you vote for both, you lose
your ..vote. .' ,-,
There will be a succession of hor horrors
rors horrors in Cork jail in the next few days
as the hunger strikers confined in
that prison die one by one. Seems to
the Star that the pope should use his
influence to prevent such useless and
hideous tragedies:
Women who keep house, or who
have nothing to do', should try to vote
between 9 a. m. and 12 m., between
1 :3ft p. m. and 5 p. m. Early in the
morning, at noon and late in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon are always a lot .: of voters
who can't obtain time to vote at other
periods in the day.
The question has been asked:
"men the foot-rail drinking places
ccme again will the women have the
same rights as the men ? Clearwa-
ter Sun. : v. ; r :
"they always had the right. It
wasn't the custom; in the South, but
there never was any law against, it.
There i3 a good democrat in this
community, whose wife, born and
raised in a republican family, says
she will vote the straight republican
ticket. And he doesnt propose to
throw a straw in her way. He sets
a fine example to some democrats
who are unwilling for their wives to
vote at' all.- ;.

SECRETARIES WILL
MEET IN JACKSONVILLE

There has almost been a drouth in

democratic dollars the last few days.

Miss Matilda Pasteur, who, however,

all her friends call -"Miss TUUe,"
handed Secretary Chazal a nice, clean
dollar bill, just off the press Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. We held up R. J. Perkins, the
good-looking and good-natured A. C.

L. conductor, for a dollar Saturday,

and he handed us two, one for him

self and one for his wife. Mrs. Emily
fireeTi. one of the most consistent and

vicilant workers, broueht in a dollar

fSaturday evening, and an ex-service

man. over m Gainesville, sends U3 an

other. We close the list tomorrow,

but any democrat sending in a dollar
after that may be sure it will go
where it will do the most good.

Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt denied
in a speech in New York Saturday
night that the league of nations was
"President Wilson's league," declar declaring
ing declaring that the "idea of a league of na nations
tions nations is so old that nobody knows
who first propounded it." Allee samee,
dear Carrie, Wilson was the first man
who made a plan to put it in practical
operation. ;;
Don't vote for more than ; six elec

tors, nor more than two judges of the
supreme court, nor more than two
members of the house of representa representatives,
tives, representatives, nor more than five county com commissioners
missioners commissioners in the election tomorrow;

if you do your ballot will be thrown

out, whether you be democrat, repub

lican or member of any other party.
The Times-Union says that despite
the liberal 'amount of money, at its
command the state of Florida has not
built onefourth as much road mile mileage
age mileage as Polk county. Perfectly true.
And Polk county is not going to fall
for any scheme, like the proposed
amendment, which will v penalize its
public spirit. Lakeland Telegram.
Neither will Marion.

;t women
' t sclcet

Some women are reluctant to vote
tomorrow because they fear crowd crowding,
ing, crowding, pushing and other rough treat treatment
ment treatment around the polls. They need not
worry. Everything will be as order orderly
ly orderly as a Sunday school procession.
Neither white nor colored people
want any disturbance and p recautions
have been made to squelch any indi individual
vidual individual who tries to start trouble. :

' Some papers are very careful- to

give instructions to the women about

voting and yet never tell a man which

side, or candidate, or thing, is the

proper one for his vote. Tampa
Tribune. '-' V

: If men don't know how to vote by

this time, they are too stupid to waste
instruction on. However, all the in

struction in the Star has been for
voters men as well as women may

avail themselves of it.

We have heard that some of our
lady citizens are going to vote for
Hampton for; member of the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, under the impression that they
will be voting for H. M. Hampton.
Hold your horses, ladies; the Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton whose name you will see on the
ticket is not the lawyer of good looks
and winning ways, but LC R. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, the colored dentist. Not the least
important of your political duties is
to learn the difference between one

man's initials and another's.

Make your wants known by adver

tising them. . -,

GRINER FARM SCHOOL

' HOUSE FOR SALE

Bids will be received on November

4th, 1920, for purchase of the old
Griner Farm school house, five miles

out on the Ocala and Anthony road

Land does not sell with building. 1 he

board reserves the right to reject any

or all bids. :
By order of the Board of Public

Instruction, W. D. Cam,

10-11-4 tmon Secretary.

NOTICE

Mnti is herebv criven that the city

of Ocala has purchased the house and

ot located on May street ax ine 1001

of Main Street ana proposes to open
Main strpet thru said nronerty. This

will require the removal of the dwell-
"II s

inr bouse thereon ana win leave iwo

Strips OX lauu UXI cnnci Biuc ui oaiu
Main street as onened. which strips"

will be ofLLBpproximately the follow

ing dimpnsions: mat on tne west

side 15 feet e and w by 105 feet n

rtH ft. 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,
!P9n consider bids for said dwelling

and said strips of land, the dwelling

to be removed within sixty aays irom
acceptance of bid therefor. The bids
mav he for anv one of said offerings

cr any combination thereof and sh: 11

Le accompanied by a certmea cnecK
ftr ten per cent thereof as evidence
- tmrA faith. The council reserves

the right to reject any and all bids.

1. j. oistruns,
0-22-9t Ciry Clerk.
TAX BOOKS OPEN

Announcement was made here to today
day today of the complete program for the

special meeting of the Florida State
Commercial Secretaries Association,
to be held in Jacksonville, November
23. The secretaries have been invited

tc be the guests of the Jacksonville
Rotary Club and the State Fair Asso Association
ciation Association on "Rotary Day" at the state
fair, and on the morning of Novem November
ber November 23 will have a special meeting of

their own in the rooms jof the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce. It is

hoped that every commercial secre secretary
tary secretary in the state will become a mem member
ber member of. the association before or at the
meeting in Jacksonville.

Louis II. Chazal, secretary-treas

urer of the Florida State Commercial
Secretaries Association, is-today mail mailing
ing mailing out the program of the special
meeting to the secretaries of the

state. The program in full is as fol follows:
lows: follows: : :

9 a. m.- Call to order by President

Dickie, r.: ... ,-.:

Invocation, Rev. L. F. McNair.
Roll call.
Welcome by Mayor Martin, intro

duced by Vice President Kessler.

Welcome by A. W. Cockrell Jr.,

president of Jacksonville Chamber of
Commerce, introduced by Mr. Kessler.

Response for association by Presi

dent Dickie.

Reading of minutes. -"Report.
of secretary-treasurer.
,The "Advertourist" W. A. Elliott,

Times-Union.

"Why a Tourist Club" C. H. Mann,

president Jacksonville Tourist Club.

"Co-Operation in Florida" F. C.

Groover, president Jacksonville Ro Rotary
tary Rotary Club.

Reception of new members.
New business.
Question box; conducted by W. B.
Powell.
Adjournment.
Meeting of board of directors.
Dinner at Mason hotel at 1 o'clock
as guests of the Jacksonville Rotary

Club..: : ..

From the Mason hotel the secre secretaries
taries secretaries will be taken to the State Fair
grounds, for a view of the fair, spend spending
ing spending the afternoon there and taking
in a barbecue by bonfire at 6 o'clock.
Evening to be spent on the fair
grounds. J

C. Cecil Bryant

h? s i j a .1:1

PHONE 332 1

The council didn't nass the ordi

nance, but we put in the individual

service. Geng's Drug Store. 29-tf

The tax books for state and county
taxes are now open.- Those paying
taxes during November will receive 2
per cent discount. W. W. Stripling,
l-3t T "Tax Collector.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract vsork. Gives more and better
work f c r the .money;, than any : other

fi u

0H,DEAF.I 1ST BACK!
Merciful EtaTece, how my back
hurts in the raorniri! 2ta ell

cue to an.,
over-abund-1

ence of thatft
poison called
uric acid.i

'Ifia kidneys rr

are not able Ki1"5

to get rid of
it. Such con conditions
ditions conditions you
can readily
overcome,
and prolong,
life by taking.

"Annric" (anti-uric-acid). This
can be obtained at almost any drujf
store, In tablet form.
When your kidneys get sluggish
and clog, you suffef from back
ftche, sick-headache, dizzy spells,
or twinges. and pains of lumbago,
rheumatism or gout; or Bleep Is
disturbed two or three times a
nikt, get Dr. Pierce's Anuric,"it
will put new life into your kidneys
and your entire system. Send Tir.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo,
N. Y., ten cents for trial package.
AuBUEir, Ga-; n For. many years
I have been doing much heavy work
and my suffering from kidney trouble
seemed almost unbearable at times. I
had tried many kinds of medicine for
it but in vain. Finally I sent for a
bottle of Dr. Pierce's Anurie Tablets
and since I have taken them I have
felt like a new woman. I highly recom recommend
mend recommend Anurie to all sufferers from
kidney trouble." Mas. A. E. Cxjlcx,
Route 1.

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.

PYLES & PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White

People Only, v

Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.

OCALA, FLORIDA

The price of Chandler Automobiles has been reduced

ivv': villi CMMiiiyjiMj'MWiiiSfi

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

AGENTS

W. II. FRANCIS

Mr. W. H. Francis, age 35 years,
died at his home at Fort McCoy yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning at six o'clock. He is
survived by his wife and three small
children. The funeral services will be
held this afternoon at 4 o'clock at
Fort McCoy and interment will take
place at Orange Springs. Mr. Francis
was an excellent citizen and will be
greatly missed by his friends and
neighbors. The many friends of this
family extend deepest sympathy to
hiswif e and children. Pyles & Per Perkins
kins Perkins have charge of the funeral.
A LETTER FROM ENGLAND

Editor New York Times: I lost a
dear young son in the war and he is
buried in France, a long way from
me, and I know how glad I would be
if some kind creature would tell me
just any little thing about the posi position
tion position of his grave, which I may never
see.
So I want to ask any American
mother whose dear lad .may be buried
somewhere in England if she would
like me to visit his "grave and per perhaps
haps perhaps send her a photograph of it and
tell her some little thing about it that
would comfort her. I thought that
even to send a flower or blade of
grass to a bereaved American mother
whose son lies so far away from her
might ease the ache in her heart.
Mrs. Emily, Edwards,
119 Manor! Road, Wallasey, Cheshire,
JlvT:'' Oct: 10, J920.

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SPEAKING OF elections,
BUT GENTLY, If possible.
TO AVOID bloodshed.
YOU KNOW what chance.
A REPUBLICAN used to have.
.
OF GETTING votes.
.
IN THE "Solid South."
WELL, THERE was a bird.
WHO RAN for office.
.
ON THE Republican slate.
IN GEORGIA, of all places.
AND WHEN the returns.
WERE FIGURED out.
H E HAD two votes.
...
AND THE election officials.
.....
HAD HIM arrested.
,'"
FOR REPEATING.
.
SO ALL you voters.
WHO WANT to repeat.
. , 'v
DON'T DO It with votes.
GO TO some emoke shop.
AND CAST a ballot.
'
FOR CHESTERFIELDS.
-'.-
THEN YOU'LL "repeat.-
YOU JUST can't help It.
AND NO election ofilcIaL
CAN flNCH you, either.
FOR "COMING back."
.
IN FACT, we hear.
.
FOUR MILLION smokers.
. ........
OF THIS cigarette.
REPEAT REPEATEDLY.

.
"THEY. SATISFY."

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NO other candidate has a chance with Ches Chesterfields
terfields Chesterfields in the running. Over four milliol
smokers have picked Chesterfields, and every
return swells the votes. It surely is a land land-elide
elide land-elide for. the "satisfy" platform. Are you, oat

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FIRST AID TO

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DISABLED

WEARE NEVER TOO BUSY
To give your Shoe Repairing Prompt
attention. We can serve yon 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
OcalaHectricShoeShop
114 S. Magnolia St.
Phone 143. OCALA. FLA.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

Advertising builds business.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1920

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ANN.'OU'NCEMENT!

$ We are now open for business witrrnew

and improved equipment for automobile
repairing, and will give you prompt ser service.
vice. service. New and second-handcars. Com Complete
plete Complete line of Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
Cars Washed $1.00. Agents for

.NEEDHAM MOTOR COMPANY ;
Phone 252 Orange and Ocklawaha

: OCALA, FLORIDA :
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OCALA HOME FOR SALE;
LARGE comer lot No. 815 South Lime street; house is well
built, has six rooms and bath, etc. ga3 connection if desired); some
fruit trees on place, large garage, etc. Sell cheap on easy terms.
Price only $2000; pay $300 down, balance $25 monthly..
J. T. MILLER, 1641 LIBERTY STREfT
Jacksonville, Fla.

MESSRS. R. L. ANDERSON AND L. tors who archwise and will enact

. w. DUVAL ADDRESS THE IOr W ""
WOMAN'S CLUB He then told of the difference in the
- period of time elasping between dif dif-It
It dif-It is conceded throughout the state j weiAv

IxfcMexxi, x..iuix3 -j
2 that the members of the Ocala Worn- j piained many other election laws of
r.'o P1, I'aiin. thma1nao nratl in-1 iTno tat nrA rfiTI7ltV. He told USt

formed about the world's activities, how to mark the ballot and how to
In pursuance of this policy, Messrs. R. fold it. He urged the ladies to reg reg-L.
L. reg-L. Anderson and L. W. Duval were in- ister at the city hall; thus qualifying
vited to address the club at its meet- to vote in all city elections. Finally
ing Saturday afternoon, the former be gave an opportunity for any one
W nn I to ask Questions on any point not ai-

Uil VlibU'WSUiy OUU VXXC XXXk-X I j
- treadv made clear, and. a number

if. 4flAn Wor, i; o availed tnemseives oi me pnvuege.

XVJ.X. niiusiowu fe,xxxx avxvxxK-x-' I -
v:- - n I Mrs. Dozier then thanked tne

Sal U ling xxxb auuiciitc as icuuw cwv-
i.. tr a wa,A vi t;sn;ftTi I speakers, sine-ers and accompanist

LUI S, OXX-1 CAICOOCU uw ,X ttlliitiK"" - t X
at the invitation to speak before Mrs. Moremen, including Mr. Lester
them. As he had never favored the Lucas, who closed the program with

franchise of women, he considered iwo nne vocai num
TVTryiv"int crvirif "Karl nrAnnnted I v

tir rwraest. But as he believed MISSES JOHN SON S

that a majority of the members had! HALLOWE'EN PARTY

pithpr omiosed or been indifferent to

th TnAflstire. "his views were tiartlv at I Missess Barbara Ware. Mary Willis

least in accord with their own. How- and Virginia Johnson, the attractive
ever, now that the franchise was daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. John John-fhoirs.
fhoirs. John-fhoirs. it was their dntv to exercise son. were hostesses to one of the

See Me

For all Classes oi I
Stone, Brick, Wood :
and Concrete Z
Bnildlnp; :
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Contractor I
Phone 446. 728 Weaoa St. I

Fresh Eveiry Say

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

aghiing for QUALITYnot prices, tf

MET and GnOCSRl'
Phone 248

The Store of Q

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Silvertown Cords

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"Best in the Lonfl Ron"

Mr. Bruce Meffert, on
one ol these Famous
Tires, made

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BLALOT BOOS.
Vulcanizing
Phone 78 Oklawalia & Main

HSIilSIliSSIttS

rnr7rrnn7:: n n-TK?

iriterestin" of the

about to say would prove helpful. As many Hallowe'en -parties given this
has been said of greatness, so "with season. There were forty-five of these
voters, some are born, with the right young folks who gathered at this
-f' Thnllnf lte native America.n linmn in pnstumes. some of which

men. some achieve the rierht. natural-1 were nretty. while others were ridic-

ized foreigners, and some have it u!ous, making the occasion unusually

thrnst nnon- them, the women wno interestme'.

were opposed to their enfranchise- The most enjoyable feature of this
ment. But as votersvall should come entertainment was the fact that it
to a full realization of their respon- was right out in the woods,, which
cihilitv and not neglect their duty, had been brilliantly lighted by a huge

as the men are doing. At least sixjbonfire and around this the young
millinna elitriMo iyipti in the. TTnited I cnests fathered and enjoyed a chick-

to nr. mi r1r wifli nit sorts of other crood

k! i UbuvvO V -'JL iVgiotbi cajiau uvvi fc, v 1 jf v
II the noils. If the women too neglect I things.

ineir privilege men t puiinc wm oc uuwi bwum, w-jv, iife
TOftr-e with women as a. factor than I frames were also indulged in, and from

lon Tnsisesfsed the riffht I fi to 8 o'clock every minute was a

to vote. He urged that women strive merry one for all present. Assisting

lO nave ine same weiguv. wiivj u"-uu. ux. euuuwu ... ..v..
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ence in the government as men, anq at tnis party were miss mary cunoru

as -women naturally have mgner ana miss Anaerson.

ideals and purer motives, I he hoped

fn- ivnnirnvaA vnr1i firms OllT ffOVfllU'l A -M.i-f-nl ao rill Vvo oriiron

through the selfishness and other Woman's Club Wednesday, November
base motives of men, politics had de- 3r(j, at 4 o'clock p. m. A fine pror
Tonoratorl into a fichtinc PSme. al- n -rrrSll U vimiliirul All nlnK mpm.

most as brutal and merciless as war! oers alMj the public are cordially in in-itself.
itself. in-itself. Hostile factions and parties vited. v 30-3t

are engaffed in a fight, not always

clean. If women follow men's ex- HALLOWE'EN BIRTHDAY PARTY

ample, female suffrage will prove to

be a dire failure and more complete Marshall Smith, son' of Mr. and

and greater chaos will: prevail Then, Mrs. c. Smith, celebrated his third

too, the effect upon the" characters oi birthday Saturday afternoon in a
women themselves would be most m0st delightful way, inviting twenty twenty-lamentable.
lamentable. twenty-lamentable. He advised that if they five of his playmates to visit him in
allied themselves with parties, to do costume at his home.

so with reservations, retaining their The Smith home was appropriately
right to withhold their vote from any decorated for Hallowe'en. There were
man whose character was not with- pumpkins scattered throughout the

nnt ronrnaph Tti fhia Wav tnPV WOllld I 1 i-, XL. Ai-ni-ntr rnnm mian.

vrixw xt'xww.. I IIUUSv WxixxC XXI bxx7 vxxxxxxx X wv.i. v v...
become a power for good and improv- J tities of yellow dahlias brightened
ed conditions would result, c 1 the annearance of that room.

TXTrt-no-n TtfTiM infftrm thennRelves. I rtn.. iixxi n,- rvr.inimA "oil ot

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study the constitution of the United 0f games and. fortune telling on the
States and that of their own state; &wn, being entertained by the host's
become acquainted with-all the prin- mother and Mrs. R. G. Relnolds, Mrs.

ciples embodied in these constitutions m. F. Condon and Miss Mary Mar-

and in the machinery of government, shall.

Talk of and discuss privately and For refreshments-they marched in
iMiItr tVio li-f tiamcter mrl nrin-1 xi l jx xv. Ai-ninr- vnnni anA o a

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if ciples of candidates for office. ThruUhpy marched around the, table they
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aiscussion -m me rigm aui n,iix- ail blew at tne tnree ligntea canaies
gence with regard to public affairs I on the beautifully decorated cake

will become more general. There is wninH stood in the center -of the

great need of educating the young table. Ice cream, cake, candies and

men and women of the country to apple wer served.

lnvn ir thai- nflrhta flTtri realize tne I TU.ia rr-o nvnoHi-n rr xr irtxrtvn

BiiU" wx ...v I X XXJO Was CXX AVVVU lgJ jvw
great privileges they enjoy, to appre- afternoon for all present. The happy
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ciaie uoervy, wuitu.uao wov i utile nost was overcome wnu
cestors so much, sometimes even the 1 ciaion by the many lovely gifts

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sneaamg oi owou, w mc. xucio itjrougnt to mm Dy ms guesxs.

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For Some Time Past Oar Gratifying Activity
Has Been In Driving Prices Downward
Jtt Is BeaFlitgj FFelfl. Im Osaila
-Our DRASTIC and LEADING step by reducing
our entire line of High Grade Merchandise
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has met with a great response by hundreds
of our patrons.
We shall continue the fight on old "Dish Cost of Uving" regardless
of the losses that we must bear.

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are few of even those college bred who

have a realization of the serious du

ties and responsibilities which t con-

fi-oni them as citizens. It has been

assumed that they will imbibe all this
knowledge, but it is an ; imperative
reed that radical chances in the

training of our youth be effected. .At

home ,at school and m church, lessons

in citizenship should be given. The
safety of our democratic form of gov

ernment depends on the intelligent
understanding and moral rectitude of
the citizens of our country. It was

the opinion of John. Bright, one of

England's foremost .statesmen, xnai
the form of erovemment at Washing

ton is the strongest m the woria. inat

this mav remain true, it is a vital

r. eeessitv that we educate our youth

politically. Then, realizing their
rr.vileees. thiev will share with

At dark Mrs. Smith took all the

eruests home in her automobile, after

having had a most wonderiui aiter-

noon.

EPWORTH LEAGUERS

GO TQ LEESBURG

Quite a delegation from the Ocala
Enworth Leasrue went down to Lees-

burg yesterday afternoon in the in

terest of Epworth League work. I he
pastor, Rev. W. F. Harris welcomed
them cordially, turning over to them

the evenins? service hour. Their sub

ject was the Epworth League wheel,
each officer resent supplying one or

more spokes for same. There was a
si, Wdid attendance. Those from

Ocala DartieiDatmsr in the

m the service

were Miss Maud Lillian Little, Ocala

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Coriolanus, the Roman patriot, a love Rinle. Mamie Smedley, Mary Brice

ci country more jirwuuuu mou ajl(1 Annie Kooney, jcars.,. m. iitue,
leve of life itself. John Cook. Carroll Fraser. "Ralph

Mr. Anderson was followed by irs. s;mmonSt Melville Little and Robert

Manly, who sang two beautirui num-ipaj the three latter being members

oers. i ot tne orchestra.

Mrs. Dozier then introduced Mr.

T.-rrl tttVi- t-o? fhot wlllle be WaS I TV rs-i.jft elinaa -f n I

XiXv tti, Jaw j x xuvixavxx o vixoxxxwxx uvk suvta
moved to eloquence by the "singing of tender feet and "Eazall" arch pro pro-Mrs
Mrs pro-Mrs Manly, he must confine himself tecting shoes, can be had only at Lit-

I to a practical iai. iur me iuouvMvu tie's Shoe parlor. lx-a

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of the new-voters. Jtiowever, ne wuuw

give away a secret of the profession, r .,nHt. Pronerlv fitted glasses

Mr. Anderson has told you tnavne 0 that saumt-

ne". drawn, unnatural

used manuscrint for fear of speaking

too long, but I thmk we lawyers are in defec
seldom tempted to talk too long with-
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Dili. i iniuiciinaLiuiii r w i

pleasantry, he commenced his address
hv savins that he had become an ar

dent believer in woman suffrage and

thought that every women should

rttrister and vote. Because oi tne

newness of the privilege, a larger
nercentaee of women of this genera

ls ..,.

tion, than men, would cast tneir Dai Dai-llnf.
llnf. Dai-llnf. When this government: was

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where Safirti Brand (ElOthCD arc sold

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

HI SCHEDULES

. i j m n-o nf nsjisencer i

lots. When this government ; was "nv t 1 TTNT ON STATION
first founded, probably 90 per cent f M SSfpub:
man VAf1 hnt that indifference!.. AW ilVr x: A -,f imsr.

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had gradually beset tnem anu 11 uw Janteed. l
f them were! m t;i

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interested enough to go to the polls. I xc a tt a to TTVF. RAILROAD

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their obligations in a greater degree. 2l20 am Jacksonville-NTTork 2:10 am

There's a new style note
You will see the new style note this fall wherever ths
best-dressed people gather in homes or at clubs, at
play or at work. The new style is a welcome chants
to most men. Its a change from the highwaisted,
pinched-in and skirted effects to ample -chested, full
cpats that hang almost straight from the shoulders.
' Vents will be shorter, noticeably shorter, in fall suits.
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Society Brand Suits for fall embody correctly these
etyle changes. The highest priced and proudest custom
tailor in town is cutting his'fell suits along these lines.
We have the style in Society Brand Suits. Also
the fabrics and the fine tailoring. A call at our store
is like visiting an exhibit of advanced style
Guaranteed 25 to 35 per cent cheaper -than
others for samer quality.
G. C & S. CO.
"The House of Young Men And Men Who Stay Yonng.'
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1:30 pm

4:35 pin

NOTICE
Of Teachers Examination

AUTOMOBILES

If they, make as brave a fight to se-:55pm

cure better government as mey um w ;apm

gam the xrancnise xnen gu-xu- Manatee- 4:05 p

ment is saie. oecause wi-y Petersburg
fight for the right to vote, they will 2.lb am Tampa 2:15 am
probably be more appreciative of the 4 Tamoa-Jtanatee l:S5pm

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privilege. j ;uo pm Aaxup-3-
TTe hAi been asked to discuss, the! tt avttp riAST LINE B. IL

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oiaciftTi of Florida, but as there! tw Arrive

xv.o-. ion clnosW nTiTitedl j.i9m To V-nnvillp-N'York 2:48am

E,tati -rill commence Tuesday, a few. In the different states tne am TUJ

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mrpliy Motor CoP? gM

Tho state teacher's examination
committee will hold an examination

in Ocala commencing November 9th,

l'.)20. All teachers now teaching
v;i'J:o:t Floriria certificates will be
-" vlt-c 1 t tal c this examination.

Nov. '9th. at 9 o'clock

10-ll-4tmon W. D. Cam, Supt.

number of election, varied, depending :P Kgffi8S? Ceng's Drug Store ha, Instituted I

"individual service" at its soaa loun

rain. 29-tf

I nuuiuer ui ciw,huju- ""'"i i ta n-. TX7;i-.

of whether the state government wasM.g ..neUon-Lkeland il:03Tm

more or less represenrauve ur mc

purely democratic. When the people joSpm
l.j tA .nui nn nAflrlv evervthinsr. I i .jfR -km

Homosassa 1:30 pm
TRbnr- 6:42 am

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thing' we sell is guaranteed. We're! there were necessarily many elec- 'Monday, ejsday, Rndaj.

3htics for QUALITY not prices, tf tions. It is a duty to elect legisia-j -xueux.

Advertisinsr not only builds up your

business but also builds up the town.

W. K. Lane, IL JJ, Phygidan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Threat. Oface over 5 and 10 cent Etore,
Oc-Ia, FU. .15.
The road to success is advertising.

Meet me at the American O

Union Station, Ocala, for a r-.;:
dinner family style. Beit d'.r-r
the state for 7c. Hat ar I c;!.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, NOVE3IBER 1, 1920

ooala occunnEUCES

If yon have any.
phone to five-one.

society item,

Only one drink served in each cap

at Gerig's Drag Store. 29-tf

Mrs. J. M. Thackerson will be hos-

tess to the Eastern Star sewing circle

tomorrow afternoon at the Masonic
home.

Temperature this morning, 58; this

afternoon, 80.

The many friends of Mrs. Joseph

Malever will be pissed to learn that

Ask for 01e Mammy" Pralines-15 fe iJ,!oving daily fr0m her re'

Will illUCSS.

cents. The Court Pharmacy.

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The neerro shot by Chief Thomas

several days ago is still alive.

Mr. Joe Etorden of Newberry was a

vistior in the city Saturday and Sun

day.

Mrs. C. L. Collins left this after

noon for DeLand, topay a visit to her

daughter, who is a student at Stet

son University.

Mr. J. B. Horrell of Whitney arriv arrived
ed arrived in the city Saturday afternoon to
spend Sunday with his wife and son,
who-have been the guests of Mrs. E.
M. Osborne for a week, returning to
their home at Whitney this afternoon.
The voting booths in the court courthouse,
house, courthouse, are in place. They have no
curtains. Nobody can see how you

j vote, but the inspectors can see if
I you are using: a dummy ticket or

even a memorandum. Rely on your

memory or you may sleep in jail to

morrow night.

Mr. Clifford Livingston, after an

absence of some months in South
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Mrs. Wm. A. Altman is out' today V Z 4Cru"" "1
1 11' 4.. .rVL his friends trust he will remain per-

for the first time

several weeks.

Come to the dance Tuesday night,

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and son,

j "Manic," returned Friday from their

over "u niZ vacation spent in Asheville N. C

f axilla limnnsme.

Ask tne uourt rnarmacy for the

"Story of the Candy of the South"-

Prahnes, 15 cents each. l-6t

Flower bulbs at

Store.

the

Ocala Seed
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lry some oi "Ule Mammy" Fra- ah m-rnhpra of the Ladies'. Aid So-

lines, the most delicious nut candy ciety 0f the Christian church are re re-ever
ever re-ever made. The Court Pharmacy! 6t quested to be present at a meeting to

be held in the church at 3 o'clock to-

Mrs. Jamea N. Bryan Jr. returned I morrow (Tuesday) afternoon

yesterday to her, home in Tampa after! H

a several days visit in the city With h Mrs. John McCabe and daughter,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. I Mary Frances returned Saturday to

Stripling. I their home in Tampa after a pleasant

two week's visit in the city, guests of

the former's sister, Mrs. Sam Leigh.

Mr. D. W. Tompkins has accepted

the agency for the White Hickory

truck. This truck is manufactured in

In his office Saturday afternoon, j Atlanta by the White Hickory Wagon

Judge Smith united in wedlock Mr. Company and has become very popu

Beauford B. Fletcher and Miss Mag-liar. Mr. Tompkins will have an ah-

gie Mozelle Mock of Electra. Looks I nouncement in a few days telling of

like that fine little community is go-j the good features of the White Hick

ing to lead in weddings. r lory truck.

The boys didn't have much imagi-

"nation Saturday night. All they put
on the windows were marks in imita

tion of tangled fishlines.

Double recleanea seed oats and rye.

Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

Mr. R. L. Anderson Jr. has return

ed from Baltimore, where he went

ten days ago to be with his wife, who

underwent an operation for appendi appendicitis.
citis. appendicitis. Their friends will be glad to
know that Mrs. Anderson is recover recovering
ing recovering rapidly and will arrive in -the city

the middle of the month with her

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax.

You will find those "Ole Mammy"

Pralines the finest flavored nut candy

you ever tasted. For sale only at the
Court Pharmacy. l-6t
No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will have prayer
meeting each afternoon this week at
four o'clock at the. church. All the

women of the ; church are earnestly

invited to attend the meetings and

visitors will be cordially welcomed.
A splendid program has been pro

vided for each day.

Bargains in Used Cays

USED CARS DDT EOT ABUSED

One 1918 Ford Sedan.
One 1916 Ford Truck.

One 1920 Buick Roadster.
One 1916 Buick Touring.

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AUTO SALES CO. mack taylor

Phone 348

Ocala, PI a.

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

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson and
little daughter, Lucy came over yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Palatka, and will be
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leaven Leaven-good
good Leaven-good for a few days. Mr. Johnson is
looking over the territory in the in interest
terest interest of the Merriday Grocery Com Company
pany Company of Palatka. of which he is man manager.
ager. manager. :

P, ye, of little faith, listen. In
came W. J. Wilson of Fort McCoy
and Ocala this afternoon and handed
us a ten dollar bill for the democratic
campaign rfund. Said maybe Cox
would be beaten but he was from
Missouri. And when we stepped out
for a coca-cola a few minutes later;
there was Dr. Chace with two nice
dollar bills f dr the same good purpose.'

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S
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.

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GLADYS RICE
is coming!
The celebrated soprano will
appear in person 'at an invita invitation
tion invitation concert in the T e m p 1 e
Theatre.
Friday Afternoon Afternoon-November
November Afternoon-November 5, at 4 O'clock
She will be assisted by Adeline
Packard, Violinist and pianist,
and by The New Edison "The
Phonograph with a Soul."
This appearance of the great
concert star in Ocala is the
event of the season for lovers
of good music.
FREE TICKETS
Call on or write us for free tickets of admission. Theyv
will be issued in order of application.
Kelly-Miller Music Co.
Harrington Hall Cornor

The Business and Professional

Women's Club will hold its regular
business meeting in the club rooms

Tuesday evening at 8:15. Club rooms

are" over Cook's store.

Ruth Ervin, Secretary.
KNIGHTS GF PYTHIAS
Ocala. Lodsre No. 19. Ccnreaticra

held every Monday evening at 7:2-0

o'clock at the Castle Hall, over tne t.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordiiU
welcome to viisiting brothers-'

J. W. Akin, a a
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.

NOTICE

REFINED middle aged lady watuea
to act as agert in the handling of a
staple and standard line of good s;
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 Flor-ida.
ida. Flor-ida. lQ-20-5t
FOR SALE CHEAP One good farm

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

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS IN OCALA

Seaboard Air Line

Arrive from Jacksonville..
Leave for Tampa..

Arrive from Jacksonville..
Leave for Tampa...

Arrive from Jacksonville..
Leave for Tampa .........

Arrive from Tampa..

2:09 a. m

2:10 a. io.
1:30 p. io.
1:50 p. in
4:04 p. ra.
4:05 p. xa.
2:14 a.m.

Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15 a. id.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55 p. in.
Arrive from Tampa 4:04 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 4:05 p. xa.

Atlantic Coast Line

Leave for St. Petersburg.. 2:49 a. to.

Arrive from Jacksonville. 3 :34 p. in.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.

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

Leave for Leesburg 10 :13 p. n.
Arrive from 3t. Petersburg 2:11 a. in.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p. in.

Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41 a. ia.

Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:43 a. ra

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

Arrive from Homosassa . 1.25 p. m.

Leave for Homosassa. . . 3:25 p. in.

Arrive from uainesvule.

daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.

Leave for Gainesville, daily

except Sunday 4 :45 p in.

Leave for Lakeland Tues-
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland. Tues

day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. ia.

Lieave lor Wilcox, Llonaay,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10 a. ia
Arrive from Wilcox. Mon

day. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p. in.

FOR SALE A -few grapefruit and
sour orange trees, Celeste figs, Ex Excelsior
celsior Excelsior and Dorothy Perkins roses,
Japan, varnish trees, three or four
Japan walnut, Catalpa Speciosa;
mock lemon or golden dep drop;
Sago palms, beautiful vines, lilies
and ferns unnamed. Buyer to take
up, pack and transport at their
own risk' and expense. Come to see
or address Wilmer Gibson, Irvine,
Fla. 1-Ct
EGGS FOR HATCHING Limited
quantity Plymouth Rock; 15 for
$1.50. R. N. Dosh, phone 304. 3t

FOR SALE First class auto paint painting
ing painting and top trimming business do

ing from $1700 to $2000 per month.
Will stand strictest investigation.
Good rej.son for selling. Box 5,
Gainesville, Fla. 28-9t

FOR SALE A Ford roadster prac

tically new. with extra truck body,
$400. Florida Soft Phosphate &
lime Co. 23-6t

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

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

RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six times

75c.; one month. $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR SALE Fifty- acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owneirs,
. Collier Brothers. 30-tf
FOR SALE One sorrel mare, eight
years old; weight 950 pounds. Well
broke and good saddler. See R. H.
Connell, Anthony, Fla. 1-I2t6

I OR SALE On account of closing
house for a few months will sell
some choice pot plants, also White
Wyandotte chickens, dining room
furniture, one wood cook st6ve in
good condition, one very large kit kitchen
chen kitchen table on casters, one small
table and one second-hand refrig

erator. Call at No. 714 South Third
street, east. 30-3t

FOR RENT Dwelling on Anthony
road, 200 feet of Oklawaha avenue;
seven rooms, bath,' hot and cold
water, gas, electric lights. L. N.
Green. 8-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE Second Secondhand
hand Secondhand one-horse wagon; 2-Hp. Inter International
national International Harvester Co. engine; 1 1-Hp.
Hp. 1-Hp. Internationa? Harvester Co.

engine. Will sell cheap or trade for
corn or syrup. D. N. Mathews, 609
Second; St., Ocala, Fla. 26-Ct

FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call
at 34 Sanchez St. or phone 233. Ct

FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Apply at No. 20, North
Magnolia St. 27-6t

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Question Why should any county vote for the BOND
AMENDMENT?
Answcr-rBecause it is the financial plan advocated by
the State Road Department after investigation and full con consideration,
sideration, consideration, and none of the critics of the BOND AMENDMENT
have suggested a better way.
Qncsiion Are the arguments advanced against the
Amendment sound ?
Answer No No more than they have been against var various
ious various county issues of bonds in the past. The majority of the
arguments against the State Bonds have emiiiated from rail railroad
road railroad or corporation interests. ;
Question Does the Amendment permitting the bonding
of the State for road building increase the powers of the
Legislature?
Answer Under the present law the Legislature has the
power to levy a State road tax which can equal, or exceed,
the total amount which could be raised under the bonding
plan. It only enables them to finance the road building pro program
gram program in a business-like manner. Successful corporations all
finance their larger operations in this way.

Question How are the interests of the State safe-guarded?
Answer The Amendment limits the total issue to five
per cent of the assessed value of the State. The amount sold
in any year to carry out the program of the State Board is
limited by the Legislature. The members of the State Board
are all under heavv bond.
Question Has the State Road Department a definite
program ?
Answer Yes The State Road Department has, by resor
lution, designated certain roads in the State as Trunk Roads,
and the same have been published throughout the State.
No criticism has been made of this system of roads.
Question Will the counties which have built a portion of
the Trunk Highways be equally benefited with less progressive
counties?
Answer Yes! Under the policy adopted by the State
Road Department each county in which State work has been
undertaken, has been required by local bond issue or other otherwise
wise otherwise to aid in the construction of its Trunk Roads fairly
proportionately with the work done on the Trunk Roads of
the more progressive counties. No county in. the State has
entirely completed its Trunk Roads.

Qaestioa Is there urgent reason for voting the Amend Amendment
ment Amendment at this time?
Answer Yes! If suchpro vision is not made, and the
Federal appropriation is increased to four and a half million
dollars, as contemplated, it would require an increase of the
State road millage to at least six mills instead of two mills,
as at present, to meet the Federal aid, because no additional
convicts will be available to supplement the millage. This
would be a burden upon the tax-payers, but unless the Fed Federal
eral Federal funis are met they will be reapportioned and given to
those States who are able to meet them. Florida is now re receiving
ceiving receiving its share of reapportioned funds under the last act,
due to failure of some States to meet their share.
Question If the Bonding Amendment carries, will taxes
be increased?
Answer No! Even the present two mill levy may be
discontinued. An increase of fifty per cent on the auto
.licenses will pay the interest and retire the entire Bond issue.
Why wait twenty years for the roads that are worth the in interest
terest interest cost for their use, and enchanced values for profit?

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