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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.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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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Sine 18G3, the Republican Hold on
the Government Has Never
' Been So Strong
(Associated Press)
. New York, Nov. 5. With Hard Harding's
ing's Harding's electoral vote virtually fixed at
00 out of a possible 531 and the new
Senate set down with 59 republicans
and 37 democrats, republican leaders
today awaited belated returns from
eight contests to decide the republican
House majority. ;
So far the republicans are assured
of 286 House members to 137 for the
democrats and four of other designa designations,
tions, designations, giving the republicans the
greatest majority ever held in the
..House. ..
One woman representative is assur assured,
ed, assured, Miss Alice Robertson, an Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma farmer and restaurateur, win winning.
ning. winning. BRYAN'S ADVICE, AS
USUAL IS BUM
Chicago, Nov. 5. Wm. Jennings
Bryan gave out a statement, suggest suggesting
ing suggesting that President Wilson should re re-sign
sign re-sign at once."
'j Now that the American people
have decisively declared against the
league of nations as written by -the
president," said Mr. Bryan, "it would
seem advisable to carry out the ver verdict
dict verdict immediately. This can be easily
done. -'- ':"-:-',---- .:;7;'.'-':;'-
"The president should resign at
once and turn over his office to Mr.
Marshall on the condition that on the
convening of Congress in December,
Mr. Marshall appoint Senator Hard Harding
ing Harding secretary of state and himself re resign.
sign. resign. The law then would make Mr.
Harding president and with the re republican
publican republican support in Congress he could
at once put into operation the plan
for, the United States to enter into an
association of nations for peace."
TAMMANY'C TACTICS
Investigation Begun of Frauds in New
York in Tuesday's Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential Election
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 5. District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Swann has begun a formal inves investigation
tigation investigation of alleged frauls in the elec election
tion election as a result of finding twenty-six
ballots marked for the democratic
ticket at the mouth of a sewer. The
street cleaners have been requested
to search underground passages for
more votes.
AUTO SALES COMPANY'S
MODERN IMPROVEMENTS
Mr. Mack Taylor, proprietor of the
Auto Sales Company of this city and
agent for the Dodge automobiles, has
about completed improvements on his
building inside and out, making it not
only one of the most attractive and
neatest institutions of its kind m the
city, but completely equipped with
the parts that make up this, popular
car that at least five automobiles could
be built right in his shop.
The office i3 most inviting and com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. It is enclosed from the rest
of the building by canary beaver
board with trimmings of blue, the
color of the Dodge advertising matter.
The rear of the building is sectioned
off for car service and can be entered
fiom the back or side, or if necessary
from the front. It is so neatly and
conveniently arranged that it only re requires
quires requires a second to find the most
minute, or largest necessity for car
trouble. Mr. Taylor believes in filling
orders for his customers immediately
and when there is a call for any part
of the Dodge car he has "it right at
hand. ." "' '" '-v. v : .' ::;;,.:
On the outside of this building to
the left he has arranged for the wash washing
ing washing and polishing of all makes of cars.
The wash rack is equipped with a
spraying device of compressed air and
water, in this manner preserving the
raint on the car.
Mr. Taylor will further enhance the
attractiveness of his place by adding
ferns, as he had already done at the
Willard service station and it is one
of the beauty spots of the city.
STORES BURNED IN
GEORGIA TOWNS
(Associated Press)
McRae, Ga., Nov. 5. City officials
sre investigating the burning of five
stores at Scotland and Towns, believ believing
ing believing the fires to be of incendiary origin.
EXPECTS TO FOLLOW
v LEAD OF AMERICA
(Associated Press)
London,, Nov. 5. -British recogni recognition
tion recognition of Mexico is expetced to follow
recognition by the United States,
the former Mexican minister at Lon London
don London said today. ':.v.
Ask the Court PJiarmacy for the
"Story of the Candy of the South"-
Pralines, 15 cents each. 1-Ct

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Rolled Up a Majority f Forty Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Votes Over Governor
Roberts
(Associated Press;
Memphis, Nov. 5. Tennessee is re regarded
garded regarded as virtually in the republican
electoral column with newspaper re returns
turns returns indicating the republicans will
have five of the state's ten congress
ional seats, two, already being repub republican.
lican. republican. Newspaper returns show Tay Taylor
lor Taylor leading Governor Roberts by forty
thousand.
BIG BRICK BLOCK
Lewis-Chitty Company has Bought
Half a Square and Will Build Ware Warehouse
house Warehouse and Offices for a Great Whole Wholesale
sale Wholesale Grocery Business.
The Star is glad to learn that the
Lewis-Chitty Company has bouerht
the half-block between Osceola ave-
nue and the row of business establish-1
ments on Main street, between Okla-
vaha and Washington, and will erect
thereon a large brick building con-
taining offices and warehouse for one
of the greatest, wholesale grocery
establishments between Jacksonville

and Tampa. The Lewis-Chitty Com- the Seine and his progress was mark mark-pany
pany mark-pany will have a railroad track and td by a succession of bows. Not a

two or three cood roads on this
piece of land. j
The Lewis-Chitty Company will
have a fine piece of property and one
well-adapted for its business. It will
be a close neighbor to. the Star,
which will be glad of its proximity,
PRESIDENT WILSON OFFERS
COURTESIES TO HARDING
' (Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 5. President
Wilson has directed Secretary Daniels
to offer Senator Harding the use of a
battleship for his Panama trip and
the presidential yacht Mayflower for
the trip from Hampton Roads to
board the battleship.
PROGRAM OF RACES AT
MARION COUNTY FAIR
Many Valuable Prizes Offered to the
Owners of Marion County
Horses . t
The following program of the races
at the Marion County Fair, Nov, 23rd
to 26th, 1920, is subject to correction.
? Tuesday, November 23rd
Free for all, best two in three,
Marion county horses, half-
mile heats $75.00
Three minute class, best two in
three, Marion county horses,
half-mile heats ............ $75.00
Half-mile dash, all ages ...... 20.00
Quarter-mile dash, ponies .... 15.00
Half-milemule race ......... 10.00
Comic niule race by prominent rid riders.
ers. riders. Price (stovepipe) beaver hat.
Wednesday, November 24th
Free for all, best two in three,
Marion county horses, half-
mile heats $75.00
Three minute class, best two in
three, Marion county horses,
half-mile heats ........ 75.00
Half-mile dash, all ages ...... 20.00 j
Quarter-mile dash, ponies ...v 15.00 1
Half-mile mule race 10.00 1
Comic mule race by prominent rid
el's, rnze (stovepipe j heaver nau
Thursday, November 25th
Free for all, best two in three,
: Marion county horses, one-
mile heats ........ ...... .$125.00
Three minute class, best two in
three,1 Marion county horses,
one-mile heats ........... 125.00
Three-quarter mile dash, all
ages .. ................. 25.00
Half-mile dash, ponies ...... 20.00
Three-quarter mile mule race. 10.00
Comic mule race by prominent rid-
ers. Price (stovepipe) beaver hat.
Friday, November 26th
Non-winners, best two in three,
Marion county horses, one
mile ....$ 75.00
Three minute class, best two
in three, Marion county
horses, one mile ......... 75.00
Half-mile dash lor non-win
ners, all ages .... ... ... . 20.00
Quarter-mile dash for non-
winners, ponies ........... 15.00
Half-mile mule race, for non-
winners ; . . . ....... 10.00
Comic mule race by prominent rid
ers. Prize (stovepipe) beaver hat.
Dr. Edison's Cushion Sole shoes for
tender feet and "Eazall" arch pro
tecting shoes, can be had only at Lit
tle's Shoe Parlor. 11-tf
You will find those "Ole Mammy"
Pralines the finest flavored nut candy
you ever tasted. For sale only at the
Court Pharmacy. l-t

Dont fail to visit tne uaaranteei::

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-
Ightizz for QUALITY act prices.

OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1920

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GOOD ADVICE
In Co-Operation, Not Competition, He
Says, Lies Success for Brit Britain
ain Britain and America
(Associated Press)
Minneapolis, Nov. 5. Sir Auckland
Geddes, British ambassador to the
United States, in an address here to today
day today said that America and Great Brit Britain
ain Britain must avoid national trade compe competition
tition competition organized by the government or
supported by political action. If the
United States or Great Britain began
to organize a.reas of exclusive eco economic
nomic economic advantage there would inevi inevitably
tably inevitably come a clash of interests that
would at least strain the "friendly re relations
lations relations of the two nations. He said
the British motto was fair trade 'and
equal opportunity.
MILLERAND DOES
NOT HAVE A GUARD
Paris, Oct. 17. President Millerand
has amazed some of the old residents
of Paris by appearing on the streets
of the city apparently without a
guard. Scores of persons recognized
the French president when he walked
the other day from the Elysee F'alace
through the Champs Elysees toward
detective was in sight.
This is in sharp contrast to the
practice of most former presidents.
Few of them ever have ventured forth
alone and in most cases they have
been surrounded by a strong guard
of detectives or police. M. Millerand's
democratic conduct m this r aspect has
caused much comment and increased
Bis popularity.
TRYING TO SAVE A NEGRO
Who Had Shot a White Woman, Of
ficers Rush Him to Jail
(Associated Press)
Greenville, Ala., Nov. 5. A negro
was rushed to the county jail today
for safekeeping charged with shoot-
in gto death Mrs. A. B. Little, who
was seated in her home before the fire
with her child.
Get the habit of reading the ads.
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SEVENTY

IIS SHOUT
It Would Take About Four Billion
Good American Dollars to
r Cover It Up
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Nov. 5. Germany's treas treasury
ury treasury faces a deficit of seventy billion
marks, Dr. Helfferich, former vice
chancellor, declared in a speech in the
reichstag. Minister of Finance Wirth
said he would introduce a bill for a
sacrifice tax and ask a credit of one
billion marks to buy cereals abroad.
SILVER SPRINGS SCENE
, FOR THE FORD BIO VIES
Silver Springs has again been the
scene for the making of moving pic pictures.
tures. pictures. Since the first of the week two
of the best operators in the country
for the developing of moving pictures
have been active at the Springs, se securing
curing securing scenes for a large picture that
the Ford Educated Weekly will have
on the screen very shortly. It is need needless
less needless to comment on the pictures the
Fcrd Educated Weekly is showing all
over the country, for every one looks
forward to seeing them each week. .'-
These two gentlemen who are tak taking
ing taking the pictures are from the moving
picture department of the Ford Motor
Co. and have gone to the very bottom
of the springs for pictures. Now they
are exceedingly anxious to complete
their work tomorrow and desire the
presence of the people of Ocala to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning between 10 and 11
o'clock. It .is sincerely hoped that the
town will be well represented as it
means a big advertisement for Ocala.
Let everybody get busy and ask eve eve-lybody
lybody eve-lybody else to go to Silver Springs to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning. Just such advertis
ing is the making of a town and by
tomorrow's crowd our town's pride and
spirit will be judged.
CARPENTIER LOWERS HIMSELF
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 5. -The final con contract
tract contract between Dempsey and Carpen Carpen-tier
tier Carpen-tier will be signed late today.
Just arrived Johnson and Murphy
shoes. Best shoes made. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, The Haberdasher.. 4-3t
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So Many Arriving that the Navy will
.Soon be Able to Send
Ships to Sea
, (Associated Pess)
Washington, Nov. 5. Recruiting
for the navy is progressing so sat
isfactorily that nay officials believe
it soon will be possible to send to sea
a large number of vessels of all
classes now tied up in the navy yards
for the lack of crews. Recruits are
entering the service at the rate of
2300 a week.
GERMAN WORKERS
DON'T FAVOR A SOVIET
Berlin, Oct. 17. The first congress
of shop "Soviets recently held here re refused
fused refused to go on record as favoring the
soviet government of Russia. There
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was a snarp ciasn Derween tne com communists
munists communists and independent socialists
over the question but the motion' was
voted down. About 1000 delegates
attended the meeting.
The workers in the German indus
trial and commercial establishments,
who are now given an active voice in
administration of them, were impress impressed
ed impressed in the congress with the need of
conserving raw products so that Ger
many may produce sufficient finished
commodities to enable her to establish
credits abroad with which to pay for
the importation of the most necessary
food and raw materials.
Rudolph Wissel, formerly minister
of economics, said that German tex textile
tile textile and iron industries were in need
of foreign supplies. The 28,000,000
tons of ore which Germany formerly
obtained from Alsace-Lorraine and
Luxemburg must now be procured
through foreign credits. The Ver Versailles
sailles Versailles treaty had deprived $ie nation
of one-third of its grain producing
areas while the remaining soil had
been impoverished by intensified war wartime
time wartime cultivation and lack of fertilizers.
The former minister ascribed the
present economic crisis to under underproduction,
production, underproduction, denying, that it was due to
over consumption and he declared
that Germany would be forced to sub subsist
sist subsist on small rations for a long time.
MARION COUNTY AT THE
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
(By Frank L. Huffaker)
Just to more thoroughly establish
in the minds of homeseekers from
other and less favored states the fact
that South Florida is as strong in the
important matter of staple crop rais-s
ing and thoroughbred stock breeding
as in the production of golden citrus
fruits and fancy-priced vegetables,
the versatile county of Marion, of
which Ocala is the county seat, is to
le represented at the South Florida
Fair by the largest and most varied
exhibit brought down from that sec section
tion section since the old state fair days.
Needless to say, that means "some"
showing. The exhibit will be in
charge of County Agent W. A. Ses Ses-soms.
soms. Ses-soms.
That the lands of Marion are equal
to those of the corn belt of the middle
west for staple crop production is well
known to thousands; in fact, Marion
county is really a "slice" of southern
Illinois, Indiana and Ohio transplant transplanted
ed transplanted in Florida with the climate and
ether advantages of Florida added.
Thus a magnificent exhibit of the
fifty-fifty variety 50 per cent staples
and 50 per cent citrus fruit is as assured.
sured. assured. Marion is the pioneer county of
Florida in the breeding of thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred livestock of all kinds, having
earned the honor through the activi activities
ties activities of the late Z. C. Chambliss and
other noted breeders. The breeders
have won grand prizes in the past
and Marion is going out for another
record in February.
The display of the celebrated An Anthony
thony Anthony Stock Farm of which E. C.
Beuchler is general manager, would
alone make the livestock feature of
the fair complete. But to the show
ing of this farm, the largest general
farm in the South, many others will
be added from different counties of
the state.
The Anthony farms will be repre represented
sented represented by pure-bred Percheron stal stallions,
lions, stallions, mares and colts, jacks, jennets
and mules, Aberdeen-Angus bulls,
sows and calves, fat steers, sheep,
goats and hogs. Additional Fpace has
been asked for by Mr. Beuchler, who
is already preparing his entries for
the "big show." Poultry will be an another
other another feature of the Marion exhibit.
Other counties of the same type
have fallen in line for the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming fair, and mention of these will be
made-in the daily papers later.
In every department the fair is go going
ing going to eclipse those of past years by a
wide, wide margin.
Boy's blouse waists $1X0 value re reduced
duced reduced to $1. Come before your size
goes. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. 4-Stdlyltw

VOL. 26, NO. 2G6

111TE1III

HITS RELIEF
Asks Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission for Permission to Issue Six
Notes of Half a Million Each
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 5. The Rich Richmond
mond Richmond Terminal Company has applied
to the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission for authority to issue six note3
for $500,000 each, to give the holders
cf qutstanding demand notes amount amounting
ing amounting to three million dollars and issue
two $50,000 notes, one to the Atlantic
Coast Line and the other to the Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac, as
security for cash loans.
ANOTHER BUNCH OF GOVERN GOVERNMENT
MENT GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
Claims of semi-executive railroad
employees for recognition by the rail railroad
road railroad labor board as cubordinate offi officials
cials officials was alloged by the Interstate
Commerce Commission, giving them
the right to place wage questions be before
fore before the board for adjustment.
ARNSTEIN PLEADS NOT GUILTY
Nicky Arnstein today pled not
guilty in the District of Columbia su supreme
preme supreme court on an indictment charg-.
ing him and others with conspiring to
bring stolen securities from New York
to the District. Bail was denied.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The city council met in Tegular ses session
sion session Nov. 2ndi with all members pres present.
ent. present. Meeting called to order by the
president. Minutes of the last regu regular
lar regular meeting read and approved.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings and Mrs. H. C.
Dozier appeared before the council
and presented petition from several
members of the Woman's Club and
the president of the Rotary Club re requesting
questing requesting that the city not sell the
strips of land on both sides of North
Main street, but reserve the same for
the city's use as parkways. It was
the sense of the council that the re request
quest request be complied with.
Mrs. Tydings submitted report for
the rest room for month of October.
Mrs. F. G". B. Weihe also filed report
as" chairman of park committee. Read
and filed for information.
Communication was read from Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Hall & Smith, tharJting the
council for first payment o:i installa installation
tion installation contract and stating that Gen General
eral General Electric company had definitely
promised to ship the generator to
Trenton on Nov. 13th, and that in
about three weeks it will be neces necessary
sary necessary for the city to send an engineer
to Trenton for making' proper test.
The city attorney was requested to
prepare letter expressing the coun council's
cil's council's confidence in the integrity and
ability of Mr. R. A. Burford Jr. and
requesting that he make arrangement
with some competent engineer who
lives near Trenton to handle this for
the city, asking, however, before final
agreement is made that the city be ad
vised as to the total expense it
would incur for such services.
Request of IO. Fender to redeem
&4 feet east and west by 112 feet
north and south in the southeast cor corner
ner corner of lot 5 Scott's survey and pay
omitted years taxes, at valuation of
$200 was rejected upon motion of Mr.
Winer, duly seconded by Mr. Thomas.
Request of Mrs. Mary A. Gillen for -reduction
ori personal property not
granted.
Bids for dwelling house on Main
street were considered and that of S.
H. Taylor for $550 accepted, upon upon-motion
motion upon-motion of Mr. Winer duly seconded
and carried. (
- Monthly report of City Health .OTwi;
cer Watt read and accepted.
Upon motion of Mr. Winer duly
carried city attorney was authorized
to go to Tallahassee in the interest of
the city in regard to paving raits.
Council thereupon adjourned until
next regular meeting.
SAMUEL GOMPERS
MAKES A STATEMENT
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 5 Samuel Gomp-
ers issued to statement today con concerning
cerning concerning the election, saying that
4 Every forward looking man and
woman must feel some deep regret
because of the great plunge toward
reatcion, but democracy will right it itself
self itself at the proper time. A tabulation
of Congress results shows a definite
gain for all that makes for progress.
The next Congress will show an in increased
creased increased number of men holding union
cards." Mr. Gompers said the non nonpartisan
partisan nonpartisan policy of the federation was
more justified than ever.
WILLYS-OVERLAND PLANT
TEMPORARILY CLOSED
(Associated Press)
Toledo! Nov. 5. The Willys-Overland
automobile plant, employing
around 15,000, closed today for inven inventory
tory inventory and will remain closed for an
indefinite period.
The road to success is advertising.



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1920

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Pnbllufced Everr Day Exeept Sonday by

OCALA, FLORIDA.

R. IU Carroll, Prtnideat
V. Lrso0&, Secretary .Treasurer
J. II. Xteujamla. Editor

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

- TELEPHONES '' ;
Rhi!bm Offleo .FfT-0e
Editorial Department ..... .Two-Seven
Soelety Reporter . .Flre-Oae

since Mr. Wilson's first return from
Paris. About that time there rose up
in this country a strong feeling of op opposition
position opposition to the administration and all
it represented. We do not blame Mr.
Wilson for this very much, but we do
greatly blame his subordinates. Most
of them were thickheaded and lacking
in tact. As for Mr. Cox, we believe
he was the best man the democrats

iL It is pleasant to have the women ?Kr?
at the voting places. It has a refin- S'

ing influence on the men.

It will re

duce rowdyism and sharp practice,
for a while at least. It is true that

in a few years the bloom may rub off
the peach, but let us hope the day will

be afar off.

There are bad men and bad women

the country over who will scheme to

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The Times-Union says "After all is
said and done it does not appear that
the American marines in Hayti were
guilty of anything except killing those
who were trying to kill them."

It is a good thing to have improve

ments, and one of the best of lm

provements. and one incompatible

vith mankilling taxes, is the ability to

keep a little money in the bank, or in

the old sock at home.

The bond amendment will receive

at least sixty-five per cent of the bal ballots
lots ballots cast. Mark that prediction!
Jacksonville Metropolis, Oct. 26.
Most of the voters put an X-mark
a gainst the Met's prediction.
Our society reporter has complete completely
ly completely disguised the Star's business office.
She has put big jars full of fern in

the front windows, and hung up in

could have nominated, and we believe make politics a vehicle to carry them

he would have made a good president, lover the easy and luxurious roads of
What he failed to do just couldn't be j life. But good men and women can,

done. There is nothing: to do but go if they will, work together ra corn-

ahead and attend to. business, Four radeship for the good of their country,
years from now the republican party! their children and themselves. It is

may be as much or more on the de- easy to know what these things are,

fensive than the democrats are now. even thoV there may be difficulty and

dissension as to the best way of at-ji

taming them. It is a common practice

to sneer at politics, and describe it as

It would look, from the returns, to a dirty thing, fit only to be touched

the casual observer, that the demo- with tongs. But politics is the busi-

crats of the county had become unduly ness of government, and it will not be
excited over the prospect of a repub- unclean unless those who deal with it

lican success; that the call on women bring dirty hands to the task.

to register and teaching them to, vote
was unnecessary, as the normal dem- PLEASANT AFTERNOON

ocratic majority was enough, to meet ... AT U-SERVE .NO. 'TWO

the ; emergency. This viewpoint will

admirably suit those disinclined to U-Serve Grocery No. 2, on the west

extra exertion. side of the square, was a pleasant
The Star does not think any effort rendezvous for the ladies yesterday
was Wasted. It was, for one thing, afternoon. There was a continual

worth while to induce so many women procession of ladies m the store,
to register and vote, who otherwise some shopping and others just on a

would not so have done. There are 1 visit to witness the attraction which

many women in our county who would Mr. Harvey Clark arranges weekly at

not have voted had they not conceiv-lone of his popular cash and carry

ed it to be their patriotic duty to do stores.

so. Now, having made the plunge,, Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Clark,
and finding that voting is but an ordi- wife of the popular proprietor of this

nary task they will continue to vote, store, assisted Mr. Clark in demon-

And since one woman may cast a mating Brownie brand apricots,

ballot it is necessary that they all do Roxane flour for cake making and
so. No votes are so badly needed as Stollwerck chocolates. Mrs. Clark

those of conscientious and intelligent served each visitor with apricots and
women. cake made from the Roxane flour and
Also, the women have found that delicious fudge made from Stollwerck
there is lots of work that is a man's chocolate. Besides being served with

work about an election, and in Ocala these delicious dainties, each visitor

at least that: has been done for them, received a valuable prize, but to the

They have been more inconvenienced luckiest thirty-two visitors fell six-

and jostled around by members of pound packages of Dainty brand flour.

their own sex at many a bargain sale! This fashion inaugurated by Mr.
than they were by the men in the far Clark of demonstrating weekly some

more important business of a general brand of groceries is proving most

election. popular for it always gives the house
It is probable that there was no keeper an opportunity of trying some

town than Ocala in the United States new article.

where the women had a more safe

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and easy day at the polls. This may I
sound queer to many women who were!

caught in the crush of the first three Anthony, Nov. 3. Mrs. W. H. Webb

hours. : But that, crush was only an and son,.Roba of Oakland were in An-

ordmary thing to men accustomed to Ithony last week.

vote.- The writer and kpvam! men Mr. William Fieldirtc of fiainpsvilleJ

cr.e of them a large and handsome wJtv him. all in a hurrv. htAr sr.ent Sundav with his narents. Mr.

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iramea picture oi Oliver springs, ahu 8nd gave a group of women their and Mrs;. W. N. Fielding.

she insists on having the windows Dlaces. and ntW Wintc f Mrs. A. M Rnshnn nnss

cleaned and the floor swept at least sort were noted. Men never give way (Friday evening at her home here. Her

once a aay, anu go, outwaiui, .u to men at the polls, unless there be regains were laid to rest in the An An-Star
Star An-Star doesn't look like a printing office some particular reason, such as al- thony cemetery Monday. The bereav-

at all, at all. liut dont he aauntea; nCwing some old and feeble citizen to ed husband and three sons have the

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cume.ngm in ana you w.u imu vue pass thru to the balloting box instead sympathy of the entire community.

same oia worKs in meir pruper of waiting his turn, Mr. and Mrs. IN. iv. Higgmbotham

The Star would hf triad if hia and little dauehter and Mrs. Mason1

Ex-service men are now only per-JEianner cf conducting elections wonld Tison and children of Gainesville,

mitted to wear their uniforms on become permanent in not onlv its were in Anthony Sunday.

rarade and at reunions. This is made I home countv but in the wnrM Tt'. Mr. G. S. Cole and family are mov-

possible by a special order of the war J more satisfactory, for a man to make in& into the property formerly owned
department. Violation of this order the rough places smooth for a worn- by Mr. G. M. Brown.

makes the offender liable to punish-1 ans feet if she will allncsr him frt An Mr, A. M. Bailey and family of

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pocketbook.: Why not try our plan of easy payments ; a
system that clothes the family so that the money is never
missed? Your credit is an asset. Why not use it?
We carry a full and complete line of

SliElTS, COAT SUITS & COATS for GROWN-UPS

ment. Tampa Times.

The Star thinks it will be a fine
thing for the ex-service men to keep
their uniforms, but they should keep
them not under orders but as a mat matter
ter matter of sentiment. An ex-service man
is a citizen and not amenable to the
orders of the war department, and we
don't think it can enforce its ruling.:

ICS LIST

Whatever state roads are built in

Florida during the next two years
'will have to be constructed with

monies raised through direct taxation

imposed by the legislature which

meets next April, for the amendment

proposed at the general election
Tuesday has been overwhelmingly de defeated
feated defeated on the face of incomplete re

turns from practically every county in

the state. Jacksonville Metropolis.

The legislature when.it meets will
probably remember the vote against
the amendment, Friend Met., also, we
will have for governor a man who will

make it his business to head off ex

travagance.
One of the bond advocate, argu

ments during the campaign was that
unless the amendment passed the
money promised as a bonus by the
stalk and federal governments to

counties that voted for bonds might

not be forthcoming. Of course, this

had a boomerang effect. Marion coun county,
ty, county, voted $560,000 for road bonds in
the understanding that the general
and state governments would supple

ment the amount with $280,000 for

two main highways. If the state and

the United States fall down on the

countv, the county won't sell its

bonds. So there you are.

Golden Age Macaroni 3 for 25c
Corned Beef, 3 for....... $1.00
Roast Beef, 3 for. ... .... $1.00
Choice White Bacon, lb..27c
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 23c
4 bars Clean Easy Soap . 25c
Choice Sweet Potatoes, pk. 50c
Good whole Rice, per lb. 10'c
Reddick" made ; Peanut Butter
in bulk, per lb. ...... 30c
Reddick made Peanut Butter
one pound tins 35c
Reddick made Peanut Butter
four pound tins ...... $00
.,, Fresh, shipment Royal Salad
dressing, Mayonnaise dressing,
Tartar Sauce and Mint Sauce.-

Ohio, have purchased the property of

Mr, G. C. McMullen and have taken

possession.

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wiley and little

son, J. K. and Miss .Lillian Kassell ox

Ocala "spent Sunday at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Russell.

A large crowd attended a Hal

lowe'en party at; the home of Mr. and

Mrs. W.v H. Martin Monday evening.

Music and games wer enjoyed until a

late hour.

Mr. Ralph Bushong who was out of

the army on a furlough to attend the

funeral of his mother, was taken sick

Tuesday and is in the Ocala hospital.

Mr. Clarence Shealy spent a few

days last week at home.

The fifth Sunday meeting at the
Baptist church Saturday and Sunday

was? well attended. Rev. J. S. Rus

sell of Oklawaha, Rev. R. F. Rogers
of Ocala and Rev. Gus Padgett of
Fort-McCoy delivered interesting ser

mons.' Delegates from various places

were present. All enjoyed a fine din

ner on the grounds Saturday and

Sunday.

Mrs. D. E. Knoblock and little'

daughter of Martin are spending a

while with Mrs. Knoblock's mother,

Mrs. Eva Forbes.

Mr. E. A. Shealy was in Anthony

for a few days this week.

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Tulula Lodge No.

meets every Tuesday evening at tha
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of

Fort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to

risiting brothers. i

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H, R. Luffman, Secretary. J

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ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell ia guaranteed. We're
Sghting for QUALTrY not prices, ti

They take too much joy out of life
these days. Last night, we are in informed,
formed, informed, a bunch of University boys,

full of enthusiasm but shy of cash,
jumped the train at Gainesville intent
on riding to Tampa to see the football

game. Now, in the good old days,

forty years ago, the conductor would

have demanded their tickets, and none

being forthcoming would have order

ed them to get off at the next station,

and then forgotten all about them.
But, alas! it is the good old days no
longer, and the poor boys had to go
back home. And if we get into another
war, it's that sort of chaps who will i

be first at the recruiting offices.

Do You Have
Wandering Pains?
Pains which appear, suddenly, now in
the legs, later in the arms, frequently
in the back, sometimes sharp, some sometimes
times sometimes dull or numbing, are often a
symptom' of some irregularity or de deficiency
ficiency deficiency in the action of the kidneys.
When a kidney medicine is wantfcd,
we recommend
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We know what is in it.
ANTRI0N0PLY DRUG STORE
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council didn't pass the ordi

nance, but we put in the individual

service. Gerig's Drug Store.

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DR. K. J. W.EIIIE,
Optometrist and Optician
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Fnneral BIrec!ors Einbnl

PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICO
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
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Phones 555 and 225. Open All ll'it.
OCALA. FLORIDA

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Careful estimates :tna!e cn all ce
tract vork. Gives more and tetter

work fir the money than eny

contractor in the city.

KaiStnt tne r amilV Time works wonderful cnanga5 Inotd sweethearts?

Fishers

The editorial produced elsewhere

irom tne iNew York Times is a very

conservative democratic opinion on
the result of the election. It accords

quite closely with the Star's ideas.
We have had very little hope of the
democrats winning in this election

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To tie Ladies of this Community :

E want your good-will to that

end we propose to emancipate jj

you from another form of drugery.
You will agree with us that a stoop stooping
ing stooping over position is anything but
easy. So then why do it when it is
unnecessary.
We are going to give at our store to each
and every customer one of those up-to-the-minute
Dust Pans, and as the quanity is
limited, our advice to you is, "be first."

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NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
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Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
WTe use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
AGENTS FOR
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Used Cars for Sale

Just arrived York Imperial, Stay Stay-inon
inon Stay-inon and old time Winesap, Jonathan,
Winter Banana and Delicious apples,
Emperor grapes, Flemish beauty and
Avocado pears, oranges, pecans, Bra Bra-til
til Bra-til nuts, cucumbers, squash and other
things. W. A. Stroud's. Phone 218. 2t

Don't fail to visit tha Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. "We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf

Ask for "Ole Mammy" Pralines 15
cents. The Court Pharmacy. l-6t

(New York Times)
The republican majorities, colossal,

unparalleled, will give that party oc

casion for present frenzied rejoicing,

ater for much sober thought. There

is no precedent for the figures which

the returns brought in last night.

Cities and towns gave Mr. Harding

majorities that in an ordinary election

would be ample for great states.
When democratic strongholds like
Boston and New, York city give re

publican majorities such as the demo

crats themselves have rarely achieved,

it is plain that extraordinary forces

had been loosed to produce these as

tonishing results. It was of predesti predestination
nation predestination that the republicans should

win they knew that long ago. It is
eighty years since the country has
had two democratic administrations

in succession. The American elector

ate is proverbially fond of a "change.'

Without the league of nations issue

to stir their prophets to warnings of

certain war under article X, the re republicans
publicans republicans would have carried this elec election
tion election by a heavy majority. The taxes,
the unrest, the multitudinous harass-

ments that were the progeny of the

war would have roused a very general

oesire to put the democratic party

out of power.

Of that feeling the republicans

made the utmost use. They stirred up

new and special hatreds of the admin

istration. With all the resources of

exaggeration they ; laid upon it the

faults of which it had been guilty and

invented new ones with which 'it could

pot honestly be charged. Discarding

all scruple, putting aside every feel feeling
ing feeling of respect and consideration for
a great leader stricken in the service
of his country and of humanity, they
fed the flames of personal resentment
against Mr. Wilson. Moreover, their
campaign was long ago planned and
crganized in the most systematic
business fashion. They had definite
purpose in view; for that they shaped
every detail of their tactics, not ex

cepting the important detail of mak making
ing making choice of their candidate, a selec selection
tion selection made in cool defiance of the voice
of the people as expressed in the pri primaries.
maries. primaries. With victory certain, why
should not the little group in control
siut itself in that particular ?
The popular desire for change and
the highly effective organization of
the campaign would have given the

republicans something greater than
the old-time majorities. But now,

strange and enormous reinforcements
came to them without virtue or effort

on their part, and these account for
the staggering overplus of the Hard Harding
ing Harding figures. The proof of it is seen
in the figures of the republican vote
and of the republican majorities in
such democratic strongholds as New

York city and Boston. The Irish vote,

the4 German vote, taking no thought
about the league of nations, about any

American interest or concern, prompt prompted
ed prompted solely by solicitude for interests
not American, went solidly over to

the republican candidate. And this

happened all over the country. The

magnitude of the majority ,. for Mr.

Harding is sufficiently explained by
this demonstration of interests in alien
causes. It was foreseen, it was well

understood, it was known that it

would bring millions of votes to the

republicans.

The league of nations issue, the
only one upon which the democrats
could have made any respectable
showing, was altogether submerged

by this tidal wave. On that issue ft
is plain that the republican party, the
real republicans, lost in strength,
votes and character. Great numbers

of republican men and women, intel

hgent enough to examine the issue

and conscientious enough to put con

viction above party, publicly and pri

vately came to the support of Gov

ernor Cox. It was futile, but it was

significant.

Now Senator Harding must turn

his thoughts to the future, and it is a

future with grave responsibilities and

serious embarrassments. It will not

be a small matter either to grant or

to refuse the demands certain to be

made upon him by the millions who

gave him their vote for reasons alien

to republican or American principles

They will point to the enormous ma

jorities they contributed and demand
their recompense, f Strictly within his

own party, moreover, there will be
strife and conflict. Eminent repub republicans,
licans, republicans, l?ke Mr. Root, Mr. Taft, Mr.

Hughes and President Lowell, will be
invited iiito his counsels; it is to be

hoped that they will be his chief and

most trusted counselors. Their cam

paign utterances and their: known

strong convictions must incline them

to urge upon him some form of coming
together with the nations now united

to preserve the peace 1 of the world

That must be, will be the great work

of his administration, its chief

triumph, for without success in that
endeavor the record of his four years

will be one of failure, s In efforts to

that end he and his advisers will have
the support of all that is sound and
best in both parties. The educational
work of the campaign has not been
wasted, the country understands the
imperative need of a union to sup suppress
press suppress war as it ha3 never understood
it before, and it is a need that must

be met. Opposition will be encoun encountered
tered encountered at once, determined, formidable.

Mr. ; Johnson, Mr. Borah and all the

legions of bitter-end opposition will
resist to the uttermost all attempts

to move the country from the attitude

of isolation in which they have sought
to place it. The contest will be rude,

but his administration will be ruined
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in some degree Our Losses in PROFITS by Increased Sales.

ALL BOYS KNEE PiLNT SWTS ARE IN INCLUDED
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Boys' AU Wool Knickerbocker Suits
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.Men's Fine Merino Socks, Natural Gray JEr
color, at W
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assorted colors, at

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One lot Fiber Silk Socks, White, Brown CCr
and Black, our 85c grade, reduced to
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In this matter it will be well that pol politics
itics politics and partisanship stand adjourn adjourned.
ed. adjourned. We have newly come into more
intimate relations with the other peo

ples of the world, we have duties to

them and they to us of which the per

formance cannot be postponed with without
out without danger and cannot be shirked

without disaster.

Policies of domestic 'moment will

engage Mr. Harding's attention, poli

cies of which the importance for our
prosperity and welfare cannot well
be exaggerated. There will be stren strenuous
uous strenuous rivalries in the field of foreign

trade upon which our prosperity de depends.
pends. depends. There we must create policies,

for we have had none worthy oi tne

name for more than half a century.

We must enter the lists boldly, intel

ligently and with a skill yet to be de

veloped. Outworn policies will be m
sistently unred upon President Hard

ing, his resistance to them will be the
measure of his foresight, of his nn-

derstandins of his problem which in

volves the difference between the en

hancement and the decay of commer

cial and industrial greatness. His
problems will be the nation's, and he

will have the loyal support ol tne na

tton in his endeavors to solve them.
The hope that he may have a success

ful administration will be universal.

NOTICE, MEMBERS OF

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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
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PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACTIINEItY,
FURNITURE, ETC

A regular business meeting of the

Woman's Club will; be held tomorrow
afternoon at three o'clock at the club

house. Delegates to the state federa

tion at Tallahassee will be elected. AH
members urged to be present.

Louse Harris Clark,
Recording Secretary.
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Every modern convenience in each room. Dinirg room service is
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T AX BOOKS OPEN

Ocala, Lodge No. 19. CcaventicEji
held every; Monday evening at 7:S3
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J. 7. Alda, C. C
Chas. 2L Sage, S. cf R. 6 S.

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,

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Tax Collector.

Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store. 2D-tf

CITY TAX NOTICE

City taxes and licenses due.
A discount of 2 per cent allowed or.
city taxes if paid in November. The
tax rate slightly reduced.
W. W. Clyatt,
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DCALA OCCURBEUC

If you have any society items,
phone to five-one.

COMPLIMENT TO
MR. AND MRS. CRESON

Temperature this morning, 45; this
afternoon, 75.
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
deep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store-
Mr. C. J. Phillips of Wiliiston was
a well known visitor in town today.
For groceries and meat phone 108.
Main Street Market. I ,i 5-3t

Mr. Tom Wallace left today for
Tampa to witness the football game
tomorrow.

No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf ;
. Mr. Mitchell Tucker returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a several days' business
trip to Jacksonville.
Double recleanea sseed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

Mr. James Melton came from the
university at Gainesville yesterday to
remain until Monday with his parents.
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
Mr. Frank Harris Jn will go to
Tampa tonight to witness the football
game there tomorrow at Plant field
between the University of Florida
and Tulane.

Last evening the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George MacKay was the scene
of a pretty and informal reception,
at which the members, of the ladies'
auxiliary of the Presbyterian church
were hostesses, in compliment to the
pastor and his wife. Rev. and Mrs.
W. F. Creson. :".,.
As the guests arrived, Mrs. Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay cordially greeted each one, in introducing
troducing introducing them to Rev. and Mrs.
Creson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell and
Mrs. Balkcom. Assisting Mrs. Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay in various ways wer the members
of the auxiliary. f
A delightful musical program was
rendered by four of Ocala's most tal talented
ented talented musicians, Mrs. H. M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, Mrs. S. J. Manly, Mrs. H. H.
P.Iack and Miss Musie Bullock. Mrs.
Charles Moremen played the accom accompaniments
paniments accompaniments at the piano.
The entire lower floor of the Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay home was opened en suite and at attractively
tractively attractively decorated with various

i kind sof flowers and vines. The din

ing room was most tastefully orna ornamented
mented ornamented with simple floral decorations
and serving the guests ice cream,
cake, mints and coffee were Misses
Elizabeth and Meme Davis, Annie
Pope Eagleton, Marie Mathews, An An-rie
rie An-rie MacKay and others.
This gathering for Rev. and : Mrs.
Creson was one of the most pleasur pleasurable
able pleasurable affairs given in the city for some
time, being entirely informal and un unceremonious.
ceremonious. unceremonious. For the first time in a
long while Messrs. A. E. and J. J.
Gerig rendered a few "of their spec specialties,
ialties, specialties, which, as usual caused a great
deal of laughter and proved one of
the most entertaining features of the
evening.

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For groceries and meat phone 108.
Main Street Market. 5-3t

After a pleasant month's visit in
the city, a guest at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. P. J. Theus, Mrs.
G. B. Stein has returned to her home
in Jacksonville.

Boy's mackinaw coats, sweaters,
school and dress hats and caps. II.
A. Waterman, The Haberdasher. 4-3t
The friends of Mrs. Napolean Hick Hickman
man Hickman will learn with much pleasure
that she will arrive in the city to tonight
night tonight to spend the winter at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. L. R. Chazal.

For groceries and meat phone 108.
Main Street Market. 5-3t

Flower bulbs at the
Store.

Ocala Seed
,.6-tf

The University of Florida closed
yesterday until Monday, to give those
who desired the opportunity of going
to Tampa for the big football game.
Mr. Edward Green came home to re remain
main remain until today, when he will leave
for Tampa to attend the game. While
in that city he will be the guest of
his aunt, Mrs. George Moyers. v
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

.

Miss Callie Gissendaner left this
afternoon for Tampa to spend the
week-end with her sister, Mrs. Oscar
Berger. Miss Gissendaner goes espec especially
ially especially for the football game tomorrow
and dance.

Boy's shoes, $2.25 value, reduced to
$1 the pair Tennis oxfords 50c. II. A.
Yaterman, The Haberdasher. 4-3t

It will interest quite a number of
the older folks of the city to know

that Lotta Crabtree, once one of the
richest and most admired of American
actresses, was a Clyde Line passen

ger coming from New York to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last week and going to Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. It is quite likely that she will
visit Ocala en route north later in the
season.

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Mc-t worsen ncIact their health,
end for thi3 th'T pay the penalty.
Any woman will sa that neglect
does not pay. A li:-b snore atten attention
tion attention to health would fcrc-ten up her
life. II cho csa her cdsrhbors shs
finds that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription benefits a woman's whole
system. It not only acta upon the
troubles and weaknesses peculiar
to women, but is ca all-round tonic
that braces the entire body, over overcoming
coming overcoming nervousness, sleeplessness,
headaches, irg.i srid a run rundown
down rundown conditions
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y., for trial pkff.
of Tavorite Prescription'' tablets.
Augusta; Ga. "Doctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription restored me
to perfect health when I had become
a complete nervous wreck. I was
suffering with backaches and my
nerves were complteIy 'shattered.
I was not abla to do any work, I was
so weak; I could not sleep, I was
so nervous;- and my appetite was
very poor. I wa3 just a wreck when
my mother gave me the 'Favorite
Prescription' and when I had taken
about five bottles I was well and
gtrong. 'Favorite Prescription' is an
excellent medicine and I am glad to
recommend it. Mrs. N. L. Good Goodwin,
win, Goodwin, 1731 Walker Street.

Mrs. J. R. Willis of Wiliiston was
in town, today shopping,
Captain George S. Cole of Anthony
was a visitor in the city this morning,

shaking hands with his host of

friends. : i

For groceries and meat phone 108.
Main Street Market. 5-3t

Try some of "Ole Mammy Pra Pralines,
lines, Pralines, the most delicious nut candy
ever made. The Court Pharmacy. 6t

Mrs. George K. Robinson was the
hostess yesterday afternoon at her
home entertaining the members of

the Thursday afternoon auction club.

The only additional player was Miss
Dorothy Schreiber. The two tables
enjoyed the game in the living room,
which wasl made cozy and attractive
with cut flowers and ferns The two

high scores were made by Miss Min

jnie Gamsby and Mrs. L. R. Chazal.

At the conclusion of the games, LIrs.

Robinson served refreshments.

We lead in boy's suits. Prices, $7.50

up. Your size is here. H. A. Water

man. The Haberdasher. 4-3t

W. K. Lane, 11. V., Phynclan and
Snrtrcon. gnecialist Eve. Ear. Ness and

Throat. OSes over 5 and 10 cent Btore,

Ocala. Fla. CI

Advertising not only builds up your

business but also builds up tne town.

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Ocala,

Florida

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JDEMEMBER to ask your
grocer for Calumet Baking
Powder and be sure that you get it
the Indian Head en the orange
labti.
Then forget about bake day
failures. For you will never have
any. Calumet always produces the
sweetest and most palatable foods.

It never varies in quality
And now remember, you always
use less than of most other brands
because it possesses greater leav leavening
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calls for one egg two cups of
flour half a cup of milk that's all
you use. You never have to re-bake.
Calumet is absolutely sure. In any
baking any time, whether the can has
just been opened or whether it is the
last spoonful.
Contains only such, ingredients as
have been officially approved by U. S.
Food Authorities and is tho product
of the world's largest, most sanitary
Baking Powder Factories.
Gluten mves flour a good part of its

food value the element that nourishes

the body. To be sure of getting it,
use only pure baking powder with
plain flour, (not self-rising flour).

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4 cups of sifted
flour, 4 level tea
tpocna Calumet
Baking Powder,
1 tablespoon sugar,
1 teaspoon salt,
2 pegs, 2 cups sweet
milk. Then mix ia
the regular way.

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

Ocala Lodge No. 286, 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's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. B
- E. J. Crook, Secretary.
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD

Port King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov

ereigns are always welcome.

J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

wanted, lost, found, fou

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 60c; six times
75c.; one month. $3. Payable in advance.-.
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I FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two

miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf

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FOR SALE One sorrel mare, eight
years old; weight 950 pounds. Well
broke and good saddler. See R. II.
Connell, Anthony, Fla. 1-I2t6

. 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. IL
ORDER OF EASTERN; STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Gerig's Drug Store has instituted

"individual service" at its soda foun

tain.

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Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AHl LLNE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am JacksonviDe-NTfcrk 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:05 pm
Tampa-
2 :15 am Manatee- 4 :05 pm
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B. E.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTTork 2:48 am
1 AZ Tim JTrcsnnvillA-Oamaville 3:35 cm

6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm

2:49 am StJetsbrg-Lakeland z:izara
3:S5pm StJetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa .1:30 pm
10:13nm Leesburg 6:42 am

'4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

I OR SALE A few grapefruit and
sour orange trees, Celeste figs. Ex Excelsior
celsior Excelsior and Dorothy Perkins roses,
Japan Tarnish 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

FOR SALE 10-acre improved truck
farm with implements; one horse,
one jersey cow. Must sell by Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Nov. 6th. Located, 2
y miles south on Dixie Highway, and
known as old Smoak place. D. C.
Jone3. 2-4t

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,
Gainesville, Fla. 2S-9t

FOR SALi: Abruzzi rye seed, $3.50
per bushel. Anthony Farms, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 4-Ct

FOR RENT -Two unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Phone No.
116. 5-3t
CABBAGE PLANTS Protected from
4 frost by overhead irrigation. Char Char-;
; Char-; Ieston WTakefield, Early Summer,
Lupton's best Long Island seed,
$1.75 per thousand; special price in
large quantities. Parcel post or orders
ders orders 25 cents per thousand extra.
J. R. Davis Farms, Bartow, Fla. tf

Just arrived York Imperial, Stay Stay-moa
moa Stay-moa and old time Winesap. Jonathan,
Winter Banana and Delicious apples,
Emperor grapes, Flemish beauty and
Avocado pears, oranges, pecans, Bra Bra-til
til Bra-til nuts, cucumbers, squash and other
things. W. A. Stroud's. Phone 213. 2t

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Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family siryle. Best dinner in
tho state for 75c. Eat and drink fill
ycu want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. t
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