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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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1 Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy
tonight and Wednesday, probably
Ehowers in extreme south portion.

lAILROADS MUST
EGULATED
Chairman of Interstate Commission
Says the Time Will Never dome
When They Will be Free
from State Control
(Associated Press)
w. Washington, Nov. 9 America will
never again see private control and
operation of railroads unaccompanied
ty state ; and federal regulation,
Chairman Clark of .the Interstate
Commerce Commission told 'the con convention
vention convention of the national association of
railway and public utilities commis commissions.
sions. commissions. He said that final f, figures
, would show the American people paid
a handsome sum for federal operation
of railroads during the war, but as
such operation was a war measure it
should be considered necessary.
CLEVELAND AGROUND
The American cruiser Cleveland on
'duty in Latin American waters is
aground in Cartagena harbor, the
navy department has been advised.
ITS NOT REDUCED OVER HERE
Over production in the United
States is the reason assigned by Brit British
ish British oil companies for the unexpected
reduction in the price of gasoline in
Great Britain. g
TRYING TO FORM A
: CIVILIAN TRIBUNAL
-
' .. (Associated Press) :
Kansas City, Nov. 9. Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of twenty-one mindr baseball
leagues of the country are' meeting
here to vote on the proposed reorgan reorganization
ization reorganization of baseball under control of a
civilian tribunal The indications are
the minors will oppose the plan which
threatens disruption of the major
leagues.
V ...
ROOT'S ADVICE
WAS NOT REGARDED
v (Tampa Times)
Washington, Nov. 8.- Elihu Root
has advised Senator Harding that:
"A new deal from the" beginning by
abandoning the peace treaty of Ver Versailles
sailles Versailles is impossible and that to at attempt
tempt attempt it would bring chaos and an
entire loss of the results of the war
and general disaster involving the
United States."
This advice, it now can be disclos disclosed,
ed, disclosed, was given by cablegram from Lon London
don London by Mr. Root during the latter part
tf August and was an effort to keep
Senator Harding from adopting the
extreme position on the treaty and
"""league which" ; Senator Johnson wa3
, advocating. V
vV Mr. Root also said: i
V "Declaration on which Hays asks
an opinion cannot be defined. The
Hague court cannot "be made to cover
anything but justiciable questions.
, Matters of state policy must be dealt
with by conference."
- GREAT AERIAL ARMADA
THANKSGIVING DAY
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 8. An aerial
armada greater than any ever before
assembled for a' race will compete for
the Pulitzer trophy Thanksgiving day,
starting and ending at Mitchel field,
Mineola, N. Y. Forty or more air airships
ships airships with speeds exceeding 100
miles an hour are to participate in
the 160-mile flight over a closed tri
angular course. V :'::yt"- , --V-;...
Eighteen army airplanes and eight
representing the navy already have
been entered, according to the Aero
Club of America, which will conduct
the race. Sadi Lecointe, winner of
the recent Gordon-Bennett trophy
contest at Paris may be a contes contestant,
tant, contestant, and each of the American air airplanes
planes airplanes entered in that 'international
speed race is expected to be in the
starting line-up at Mineola.
Aviation organizations of foreign
countries have expressed .interest in
the coming contest and an inquiry
from the French Aero Club indicated
its desire to enter one or more ships.
The. Pulitzer trophy,- donated by
Ralph Pulitzer to the Aero Club of
America,' is to be competed for an annually,
nually, annually, the coming race being the
first. GolcL silver and bronze plaques
have been hung up for winners of
first, second and third places, and in
addition, nearly r $4000 in liberty
bonds is tp'lbe awarded pilots of craft
which perform best in machines of
various classes. i
Free-for-all is the type of race it
will be, hilt each plane must have an
air speed greater than 100 miles an
hour as loaded for the start of the
race, and the factors of safety, vis visibility
ibility visibility !and manoeuverability are to
be considered by the judges before en entrants
trants entrants can start. l "::""
The race will consist of four laps
around a 40-mile 4 triangular "course
starting and ending at Mitchel field
with turns at Wantage and Babylon.
'Fresh fruit orangeade made from
the good old Florida oranges at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-3t

BOA! OF TRADE

DEIVE 1IAS BEGUI
In Lees Than Two Hours this Morning
the Committee Secured Subscrip-
tions Amounting to $1681
In less than two hours this morning
the committee from the Marion Coun County
ty County Board of Trade secured subscrip subscriptions
tions subscriptions totaling $1681 from twenty-one
individuals and firms, toward the
$10,000 budget of the organization for
the coming year. If the subscriptions
continue in proportionate amounts it
is believed that the $10,000 will be
raised. The subscriptions are being
secured with the understanding that a
minimum' of $10,000 is reached.
The total income pf the Board of
Trade at present is only $3900. This
amount is insufficient even for the of office
fice office expenses. It does not cover any
advertising, conventions, or any sim similar
ilar similar items. The Marion County Board
of Trade is the only trade body in this
county. In Lake county, for example,
there are nine boards; of trade jn ad addition
dition addition to a county organization'. One
town in South Florida, smaller than
Ocala, has an income of $20,000. An Another
other Another pays $15,000 for band concerts
alone. The raising of a lump sum for
the year does away with numerous
"drives" during this year. The Board
of Trade, if it is to get results, must
have more than its office expenses.
The individuals and firms that sub subscribed
scribed subscribed this morning to the Board of
Trade fund are:
George W. Chase.
Rogers-Wilson Realty Co.
I Frank's, Incorporated.
N. L. Williams."
George MacKay & Co.
H. A. Davies. ,
Marion Hardware Co.
Dr. Harry Walters.
Dr. II. C. Dozier.
Abbott & Luff man.
J Malever.
B. Goldman. i
J. Chas. Smith.
G. C. Greene & Co.
Ocala Seed Store.
E. T. Helvenston."
Ocala Telephone Co.
Gerig's Drug &tore. '. '.-A;
A; '.-A; E. Gerig.
H. A. Waterman.
Rheinauer & Co.
UNDERGROUND RAILWAY
IN OPERATION
(Associated Press)
Rotterdam, Nov. 9. Reports have
been received of an underground rail
way in Holland for returning reported
bolshevik agitators to America. De
spite the cordon of guards on the
German frontier, Russians continue to
cross the boundary.
BIG TALK AT THE BANQUET
4 (Associated Press)
London, Nov. 9.- Lloyd George will
probably make important ministerial
statements at the banquet tonight.
A GORGEOUS AFFAIR
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 9. The inauguration
of the newly elected lord mayor of
London was preceded by a? gorgeous
street procession.
REPUBLICANS GRAB OFF
s ANOTHER DISTRICT
(Associated Press)
Memphis, Nov. 9 The official count
m the Eighth congressional district
shows the election of Scott, republi
can, over Browning, democrat.
CHRISTY MAY RECOVER
"f ( AaKuclatwl Press)
New York, Nov. 9. Christy Math
ewson, the former star of the major
leagues, is recovermg from tubercu
losis at Saranac Lake and physicians
say he may make a complete recovery.
CARELESS N. Y. COPS
New York, Nov. 9. The f unera
yesterday of youne and nrettv Mrs
Dollerato Difullero was one of the
handsomest the east side has seen in
a long time and next to Frank Diful
lelo, her : war-hero husband, nerham
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the most disconcerted mourner who
followed the 7 flower-banked hearse
with its six white horses, was Patrol
man, Jim Kinney by whose hand she
was killed. Dollarato, who has been
a Red Cross nurse, left her babv Sat
urday to go on a .short errand. As
she crossed the street, a bullet fired
by Kenney at, a thief who had stolen
a carton of cigarettes, struck her
down.
HIGH HONOR FOR
SERGEANT HALYBURTON
(Associated Pressi ;
Washington, Nov. 9. Edgar
Halyburton, of Taylorsville. N. C
N.
sergeant in the Sixteenth infantry,
has been awarded a distinguished ser
vice medal for services while in
German prison camp.
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OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1920

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lEII'S CLOTHIIIG
ublic W'earing Its Old Pants and the
Dealers Consequently are
Over-Stocked
A Associated Press)
Chicaeo. Nov. 9. Men's clothing
will be offered at 10 to 50 per cent be-
cw present wholesale prices ana
men's shirts and similar articles were
greatly reduced at the buying conven convention
tion convention of the United National Clothiers.
V. L. Mohr, general manager of the
association, said the public is not buy
ing and the dealers are over-stocked.
DISTRICT EXAMINATION
OF SCHOOL TEACHERS
Teachers of this and adjoining
counties are taking examination be before
fore before the state examiners in Ocala this
week.
The white teachers are in session
efore Miss Clem Hampton and Mr.
B. B. Lane in the hall over Mr. Cly-
att's office. The colored teachers ar
at work in the courthouse.
The" examination is for the purpose
of ascertaining the .qualifications of
the applicants.
There are a great many more pres
ent than were expected, but all are be-,
ing taken care of.
A Star reporter looked m on the
white teachers this morning and
bund a fine aggregation of men and
women, all as busy as bees and, the
adies at least, much better looking.
Mr, B. B. Lane, who the Star made
as mad as a hatter during the ten ten-mill
mill ten-mill campaign two years ago, gave
the reporter a pleasant greeting, and
invited him to come m and be taught
something. He may have had a switch
in his pants leg, but looked too amia amiable
ble amiable to use it.
Miss Clem Hampton was also kind
in her. greeting. It has been twenty-
five years since we saw Miss Clem, and
she doesn't look a day older. She is
one of the best women in Florida, and
we are tolerably certain she has haid
more men, women, and children in
love with her than any other lady in
he. state, r -y: v v
The teachers "will be here two or
three days, and the Star hopes they
will have a pleasant as well as a pro profitable
fitable profitable time.
DONT KNOW WHAT
THEY ARE DOING
v (Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 9. The national
association for the advancemnt of col
ored people has telegraphed the chair
man of the House census committee
urging reduction of representation in
southern states, charging that colored
voters are disenfranchized.
Double recleanea seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf V
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THE MING TOMBS OF MANKLNG
If you were to visit the Orient on
an American man-o -war and make
the trip from Manila to Shanghai
through the China Sea and enter the
Yang Tse Kiang river, the largest
in the world, and your ship should
stop at Nanking, you would see some
very interesting sights.
It has been the pleasure of many
American bluejackets to make the
cruise. If has been their duty to
navigate the Great Yang Tse as far
a Kankau (600 miles) and many of
the smaller ships have braved the
rapids as far as Shung King (1200
miles). The river lends an imposing
sight to the visitor, and thers are

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SIXTY PER GENT
. OF OUR SOLDIERS

Who Died in France During the War
Will be Returned to Their
Native Soil
(Associated Press)
Paris, Nov. 9. Nearly nine thou thousand
sand thousand bodies of soldiers who were killed
of died in France, have been shipped
to the United States and 1800 jnore
await shipment. .iMeariy ou per cent
of the bodies will be returned.
; CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks and
appreciation" for the many deeds of
kindness and thougntiuiness Dy
friends during the last illness and
death of our beloved sister and moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Mary Gamble. The beauti beautiful
ful beautiful floral offering that accompanied
"mother" to her last resting place
attested the love of friends.;
Miss Emeline Lilly.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Marsh.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones.
- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burnett.
PALATKA WILL STAGE M
LARGE CELEBRATION
Palatka, Nov. 9. Statewide inter
est centers in Palatka on Nov. 11th,
Armistice Day, when the most pre pretentious
tentious pretentious celebration in the state will
take place, at which time Stetson
University and the ,- University of
Florida will meet on the; football
gridiron for the state championship.
Football enthusiasts from : all over
the state will journey here to witness
the contest, and -there will be a pretty
good line of dope following the two
games thai Mercer University plays
with the two teams. I
State Commander Billingsley, of
the American Legion, will ; be the
speaker of the day, receiving a stand
of colorsfrom the Palatka business
men to the local American Legion
post. There will be three big parades,
free shows, street dancing and a big
Armistice Day ball at the famous old
Putnam House. 1 :
Another feature of the celebration
will be the giving away of a Stude-
baker automobile at a great drawing
which will follow immediately after
the football game, the drawing to Jake
place on the football field. Large num numbers
bers numbers of visitors are expected from St.
Augustine, Ocala, DeLand, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, and Jacksonville. Palatka has
already begun decorating its business
houses for the occasion. s.
HIS DUKESHIP WAS TOO GAY
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 9. The Duchess of
Marlborough, formerly Consuelo Van Van-derbilt,
derbilt, Van-derbilt, has heen granted a divorce on
charges of the duke's misconduct and
desertion. 'lif :;;v;
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many interesting land marks to be
seen.' Chinkiang, a 'beautiful little
city is passed on the left yet there
are many villages of striking pictur pictur-esqueness
esqueness pictur-esqueness along the banks of this
widely-heralded stream. ;
Nanking, meaning Southern Capi Capitol,
tol, Capitol, is 205 miles from Shanghai. The
city owes its name to having been the
capitol of the empire, the last occas occasion
ion occasion being in the Ming dynasty at the
beginning of the 15th century.- The
city is surrounded by great walls
varying from forty to ninety feet in
thickness. These walls are said t
have been built in the fifth and sixth
centuries, B. C
Nanking is the home of the cele celebrated
brated celebrated mausoleum of Emperir Hung
Wu, who died in 1398, with other
great monuments known as the Ming

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have to nunnv
Enjoying' His- Vacation but Due to
Make a Speech in Virginia
December 5th
(Associated Press)
Point Isabel, Texas, Nov. 9. Sen Senator
ator Senator Harding appearing robust and
vigorous is fishing this morning and
will play golf this afternoon. He is
using a launch supplied by Governor
Hobby for his cruises and plans an
automobile trip up the Rio Grande
valley. The senator may hurry his
departure for Panama to be back in
time to make a speech at Bedford,
Va., Dec. 5th.
FRENCH HOTEL KEEPERS v
DID FAIRLY WELL
Pahis, Oct. 28. The enthusiastically
predicted 1,000,000 American tourists
did not come to France this .year but
the hotel keepers, their association
officials say, are satisfied.
? Instead, there were on record 200, 200,-000
000 200,-000 police permits issued to, tourists
intending to remain more -than 15
days. Among these South America
sent the greater number, with the
United States a good second and other
countries trailing. ;
One ill wind that blew well in
France was the high exchange rate
of the Swiss franc so that travelers
gave the preference to this country
where their money went about twice
as far as in the Alps.
BREEDING SKUNKS t
MAY BECOME POPULAR
Washington, Nov. 8. Breeding of
skunks as a means of stabilizing the
"depressed fur market" is the latest
suggestion of the department of agri agriculture.
culture. agriculture. Despite all the harsh things that
have been said about this lowly ani animal,
mal, animal, he department describes him as
"the bes wild animal friend the
farmer has." The skunk, the an announcement
nouncement announcement says, can be used for de destroying:
stroying: destroying: mice, grasshoppers, crickets,
and -.white grubs, at the same time
furnishing the farmer from $50 to
$100 worth of fur a year.
All that is required of the farmer,
the circular says, is that he "respect
the animal's dens, keep his poultry in
ekunkproof yards, kill an old horse
for them every fall and be. tactful
when he meets them in the evening."
THIRTY-SIX STATES
SENDING DELEGATES
, (Associated Press)
Asheville," Nov. 9, Delegates from
thirty-six states are expected to at attend
tend attend the, convention of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Byckett and others will speak
tonight. ;'
THE MING TOMBS
OF
NANKING
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5AIL0RS
.SEE
HISTORICAL CHINA
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Tombs. There are many interesting
ruins in and near the city, including
those of Hung Wu's Palace. The Ming
Tombs are the most interesting in
China, and have probably been photo photographed
graphed photographed more by American naval
men than any other statues or temples
in the empire. The famous porcelain
tower of nine stories, and over 200
feet high, is also very interesting.
In Nanking one can either ride in
enrriages, jinrickshads, or automo automobiles,
biles, automobiles, and the latter may be secured,
as well as the former for sightseeing
in and around the city. Sailormen
making the trip up the river are
prone to take advantage of these won wonderful
derful wonderful sights, and "there is probably
no body of tourists who become more
familiar with China's history than the
American man-o -warVmen.

VOL. 26, NO. 269

iSSISTAIlGE FOR THE
LIVESTOCK
Bankers of Chicago and Other Cities
are Forming a Thirty Million
Dollar Pool
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Nov. 9. Bankers of Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and other cities are meeting here
to complete arrangements for the for formation
mation formation of a $30,000,000 banking pool
to assist in financing the livestock
industry.
GROCERY STORE
CHANGED nANDS
The Farmers' Co-Operative Asso Association
ciation Association of Marion county has purchas purchased
ed purchased the Carn-Thomas grocery store,
which it will continue to operate as a
general store but will have the addi additional
tional additional advantage of the co-operative
plan for the farmers in Marion county.
This plan will enable the farmers to
market their produce to advantage
and buy their supplies through the
store.
The new firm announces that there
will be no "cut-throat" methods used
and that its merchandising will be
conducted on a fair and square busi business
ness business basis, in keeping with the busi business
ness business usages of their competitors.
While this store s primarily for
the benefit of the members of the as association,
sociation, association, the most careful attention
will be given to the patronage of the
general public
The transfer of the business to the
new firm was effective yesterday and
the following are the officers and di directors:
rectors: directors: Mr. H. L. Shearer, president;
Mr. A. S. Pickett, vice president; Mr.
C. M. Carn, secretary, and these with
the following compose the board of
directors: J. C. Johnson, R. C. Bailey,
G. A. Waters and J. G. Folks.
DANIELS OFFERS COLBY
AN ENTIRE SHIP
(Associated P-ess)
' Washington, D. C, Nov. 9. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Daniels has offered Secretary of
State Colby a, warship for his South
Amreican trip.
SUGAR TAKES ANOTHER
DOWN-niLL SLIDE
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 9. Raw sugar
dropped to 64 c. today, representing
a drop of 17 cents from the peak.
RESULT OF THREATS
FR03I THE RADICALS
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 9.- An extra guard
was placed in Wall street today after
radical threats.
ITS TIME FOR THEM TO GET OUT
Our People Should Notf Longer Risk
' their Liven in the Disorganized
Orient
i (Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 9. Conditions in
Asia Minor and European Turkey-are
so serious that the near east relief
commission will not further expose
relief workers to the peril. This an announcement
nouncement announcement followed receipt of a tele telegram
gram telegram saying that J. P. Coombs, relief
director and a native of Apalachicola,
Fla., is being held by the Turkish na nationalists.
tionalists. nationalists. -..
EOLSHEVIKI FEAR THE
COMING OF WINTER
(Associated Press)
Constantinople, Nov. 9. The bol bol-sheviki
sheviki bol-sheviki forces are attempting to crush
General Wrangel's anti-bolsbeviki
army before winter sets in when they
fear the bolsheviks will become 'de 'demoralized.
moralized. 'demoralized. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
HALL knows where money grows.
My motto is to show you and let you
decide for yourself.
Thirteen acres productive soil,; 10
of which are in tillage; comfortable
five-room house and store building;
excellent spring of good pure water.
Store enjoying good country trade,
two miles from railway shipping sta station,
tion, station, quarter-mile from junior high
school, on improved hard surfaced
road 11 miles from Ocala. For a quick
sale owner has agreed to accept $1700
and include about ?300 worth of mer merchandise.
chandise. merchandise. '..
Here is the change for a HUSTLER
cf moderate means; two-acre lot, one
five-room bungalow; one three-room
cottage; large' tsore room, approxi approximately
mately approximately $600. Stack general merchan merchandise,
dise, merchandise, all fresh stock, most of which is
groceries, located in small railway
town, supported by laborers in pub public
lic public works; good conveniences, excel excellent
lent excellent country trade. Owner seriously
ill, property must be sold at once.
$1700 gets this property and stock of
goods, also a few pieces of furniture.
' JAMES HALL,
Florida n'ouse. It Ocala, Fla.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920

Ocala Evcnlig

PablUbed Erery Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

PL R. Carroll, Preside t

P. V. Leaven grood, Secretary-Treawarer

JT. II. Deajamln, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla, postofflc as

aecona-class matter. i -

ights League' calls Ton the federal

government to investigate the trouble

at Ocoee and warns the negroes ox

Orange county not to encourage any
move toward investigation. The Re-porter-Star
is wrong. Let it encour

age instead of discourage an investi

gation. We don t know what the

'National, Equal Rights League is,

and don't care, hut federal officials
know the election laws of Florida and

will not encourage men who try to

reak them.

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Legal advertisements U legal rates.

Elihu Root doesn't seem to be in

favor among politicians. But then Mr.

Root is a statesman. '.

SHOULD PAY HONOR

TO THE DEAD SOLDIER

It has been some time ince our peo-

le have had the opportunity of at

tending an oyster supper, and no
doubt they will learn with pleasure of

the one to be given December 2nd at

he Ocala House by the members of

the Episcopal church, at which time a
cordial invitation will be extended to

he public to attend. There will be a

musical program during the evening,
rendered by the "Bean Town -Choir"

hat will excite the. interest of all

Keep in mind December 2nd as the
evening of the oyster supper the

first of the season.

The people have licked the stuffing
out of the bond amendment; what will
the seekers after easy money spring
next?

The number of people engaged in
showing people how to work are
rapidly catching up with the number
of people who do work.
Mr. Bryan probably made his rec recommendation
ommendation recommendation that President W

: resign in order to obtain for himself

some advertising. He succeeded.
The Sunday edition of the Orlando
.Reporter-Star is hereafter going to
be a great paper for the kids. It has

the gorgeousist funny paper we have

seen.

When the body of Virgil Randall
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nasses thru Ucaia on its way to us

last .resting place beside the Okla

waha, it should be given the honor due
a: Marion countv bov who gave his

all for his country.

As many of our people as possible

should meet the remains at the sta

tion and as many as can should escort

them to the Randall home at Conner.

As the cortege passes through the

city the firebell should be totted.
An escort from the American Le

gion will be present at the funeral and

render military honors to ; their dead

comrade, and all the soldiers and rela relatives
tives relatives of soldiers in the county who

can do so should attend.

It is not known when the remains

will arrive. The Star will try to give

notice, and if ; its time is too short,
people will be notified by telephone

and messengers.

-Interment may be made in Green
wood, in which event the funera

should be attended by hundreds of our

people.

The Star has received an "imperia

decree" from "His Majesty the Impe

rial 'Wizard of the Invisible Empire,'

commanding his faithful subjects, the
knights of the Ku Klux fclan to aid

the officers of the law in upholding the

law. Said decree reads like the imp.

wizard was just recovering irom an

attack of that disorder caused by an

excessive use of corn juice. It's our
opinion that the imperial wizard is an
imperial idiot and he and -': his

"knights' had better keep out of the
way of the law instead of attempting
to aid it. The only way for a member
of an oathbound order to help the law

is to obey the law.

A gentleman at Orange springs
sent us, the other day, a letter re regarding
garding regarding the election thee, and if he
had signed his name to it we would
have printed it. ;
Nature made Florida the land of
sunshine; the Volstead act made jit the
land of moonshine. Jacksonville Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Yes, and the moonshine is getting
scarcer.

The eleven fhunger strikers. in Cork
jail, who began their fast two days

before MeSweeney, and of whom two

have died, have not received. ,1 per

cent of the attention bestowed on Mc
Sweeney.

The election rattled the Ocala Star
the worst you ever saw. It even inti intimates
mates intimates it will "support a full hen ticket

in the city next year." Tampa Tri
ibune. i : -.
Well rattle this town if we do.

We read m the dispatches :tnat a

New York policeman shot at a boy
who had stolen a carton of cigarettes,

missed him and killed a young wife,
who leaves a husband, and baby. They
must think more of cigarettes than
human life in New York.

OYSTER SUPPER DEC. 2ND

Fresh fruit orangeade made from

he good old Florida

Court Pharmacy.

oranges at the

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The price of Chandler Automobiles has been reduced
0200 om all IMels
effective immediately, making it the lowest priced car
on the market, in its class.

" sala Amt amol Garage (

AGENTS

LMpaey

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speaking ox ex-service men and

uniforms, look at Canada. When her
soldiers were discharged, they were
given their uniforms with no strings

tied to them. They .were also 'given

a bonus of $500 for every private sol

dter, and every. man .who, wanted to

settle on a farm was given full help

in money, tools and land. American

statesmen and journalists all in com

fortable circumstances, and all prob

ably tax dodgers to the best of their
ability have said that it would not do
tc give .the ex-service mari a bonus.

that he would spend it foolishly and
cause a panic About thirty million

reople"in this country, none of whom
did any 'fighting, and not any more
work than, they had to, have had more
than $500 bonus a great number have
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naa iwo or inree wiousana aouars
bonus, and have spent it foolishly, and
there has been no panic. America

has a dozen able-bodied men to Can Canada's
ada's Canada's one; al hundred dollars to Can Canada's
ada's Canada's one; but America hasnt the

faith in and justice for the best of

her young manhood that Canada has

for her's.

The postofiice department an announces
nounces announces that the following Florida of offices
fices offices have been advanced to the presi presidential
dential presidential grade: Apopka,fBoynton, Cen Cen-ter
ter Cen-ter Hill, Fellsmere, : Glenn St. Mary,
Jensen, Jupiter, Pass-a-Grille, Sum Sum-merfield;
merfield; Sum-merfield; Sutherland, Webster and
Wildwood.

The Jacksonville Metropolis says
the negroes voted against the bond
amendment and the' Times-Union
chastises it for saying so. It is cer cer-:
: cer-: tain and sure that a majority of the
negroes who voted in Ocala voted
against bonds thereby showing their
good sense.

The Ocala Star announces that it
is going to write a series of articles
on things people don't generally think
about. Perhaps we think about them,
but aren't as brave as the Star when
it comes to putting them in type.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
We've backed out.

General Wood is a fine soldier; but
precedent has shown that civilians are
usually placed at the head of the de departments
partments departments of war and navy. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. 'Only in the United States, and we
have often known the T.-U. to bewail
the fierce cost of both.

. IRVINE

" Irvine, Nov. 8. Dr. and Mrs. J. L.

Davis and Mrs. Sue Mclver visited

Reddick Wednesday afternoon.

Miss "Mamie Fant spent Thursday

and Friday in Gainesville.

Mr. J. A. iTriplett visited Ocala Sat

urday afternoon.-

Mrs. Dollie Blitch of Blitchton re

turned home Sunday after spending
several days with Dr. and Mrs. J. L.

Davis. ;

Mr. and Mrs. George Blitch and Mr.

and Mrs. Wilmef Gibson spent Bm

day ( with Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine

of Orange Lake.

Miss Rubye Edwards returned to
Ocala Sunday after spending the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.

K. Edwards. ..

Mrs. Eddie Collins visited Mcintosh

Monday.

ODD FELLOWS

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Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,

meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always extended to

visiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
H. R. Luff man. Secretary.

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GOOD HEALTH SI1HTS
OHiltezsi F&rcsr Gitcs Ssial Ad
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Cameron, Okla. "I have csed
Thedford'a Black-Draught for about
thirty years, and certainly ought to
know by this time what a good medi medicine
cine medicine it Is," Bays Mr. T. L. Bostier, a
well-known fanner cf thia place. Mr.
Bostier has passed his three-ecore-and-tenth
year, hut declares his health
etill is good, 'and I can say Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught did Its part."
"Where there is a lot of malaria, a
liver medicine is a necessity, and 1
have never found one better than
Black-Draught," continues the Okla Okla-noman.
noman. Okla-noman. "It is one that I know to be
reliable. I sure use It for the liver,
stomach; constipation, indigestion, and
It has done me a world of good. We
use it for tha family, and It elves
satisfaction.
"Most trouble, or sickness, comet
from the liver, and if taken in time
can be avoided. That is why I ust
Black-Draught as I do. I am muct
pleased with results obtained."
Thedford's Black-Draugbt is purel
vegetable. It acts on the bowels, gent
ly stimulating the liver, and helps in
crease the normal flow of bile into thi
intestines. It assists In the dlgestlot
of food, and relieves constipation in t
prompt and natural way.
Ask your druggist for a package tc
d& JtoslskJH ThedXojdl!, tifirlfc

GARAGE OPEN DAY

' AND NIGHT
AiMfgiFfkegiim LcMnfldDM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER lltXi
Ticlcefs on Sale at Court Pharmacy
Oil, Gas and all accessories on hand

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fgaiSlng the Fa m i ly- Trio Wousa noarty fcroko up Pa s Happy Home?

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Two young men of North Carolina
took two young ladies ( in a car and
went out ridinsr and were stooDed bv

negroes who killed one of the men and
assaulted both the girls. The white
men were unarmed. If each of them
had had a copy of, the much abused
pistol on him, the death of one and
the worse than death of the two girls
would probably have been prevented.
The Orlando Reporter-Star is
wrathy because the "National Equal

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AMERICAN LEGION MASQUERADE BALL

TICKETS FOR SALE AT THE COURT PHARMACY

At Saturday's business meeting of
the Woman's- Club very interesting
reports were made by the various
committees, unfolding plans for the
year which will contribute to the
pleasure and profit of its members.
Mrs. Black sane- two beautiful num

bers, "Less than the Dust" and "When
Love is Kiner. Webster Gillen played

two pretty instrumental pieces, and

Mrs. Futch rendered two deiignuuj

sonss. "Friend of Mine"; and "Carry

Me Kaek tn Old Vireinny. w

Two former members of the club
were reinstated. Misses Margaret

Tavlor and Mabel Beck, and one new

voted in. Mrs. L. M.

Murray. Mrs. C. R. Tydings and Mrs.
T. M. Moore were elected delegates to
the annual convention of the state
federation to be held this month in

Tallahassee.

. Mrs. Hocker. who accompanied Mrs.

McCollum to a meeting of the Lake

county federation, which met at Eus Eus-tis
tis Eus-tis last Friday, gave a fine account of
her trip and of the charming hospi hospitality
tality hospitality of the Eustis club at a beauti

ful luncheon o about seventy-five
covers. Mrs. W. A. Goin, formerly of

Ocala, is president of the hostess club
and due to her popularity and ability,
the club has added to its membership
and increased in power and influence,

and is doing effective work along
many lines. The other towns repre

sented in the Lake county federation
are Leesbur?. Tavares and Mount

Dora. ..'
Mrs. Hocker also presented the fol following
lowing following resolution, which was heartily
seconded and unanimously adopted:

Jill Cft1 fiif Mi M Vf m S V m m.w www
feeling throughout the. state that the

Doara oi paraons win conswer
ably the petition of J. J. Mendenhall,

hereby protests against the consider consideration
ation consideration of such a pardon which would
be an indelible stain on the fair name
of our state.'

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Fresli Every Day

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;;Tlie: Store oi Quality

I NEEDHAM MOTOR CO. j
I General Repairing,

; i Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
I We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
5 r AGENTS FOR
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Piioac 252 Cor. O&lawana and Orange
5-4:, Used Cars for Sale

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Stcfson University vs. University oi Florida

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In football struggle for championship of State: This will be
the greatest, game of f6otball played in Florida this year.

Thwi Riff Pnrndcs. Three Bin Bands. Patriotic Speaking,

Studebalter Antomobile Given Away. Free Entertainment for
All Veterans of World War. Venetian Revel. Armistice Day
Ball at Putnam House, tree Midway Plaisance. . .
State Commander J. L. Billingsley, of Miami, will deliver a patriotic ad address,
dress, address, and the city will be turned over to proper celebration of the occasion.

During Hallowe'en week Oak school

celebrated its first social event at a

Hallowe'en party. The mam purpose

of the 'party was a good time but ten
cents admission was charged for the
benefit of the school. r

Peonle beeran coming early. and at

IS o'clock over a hundred people had

jps J gathered to enjoy the evening. 'The

I aMUJWJi tli V -w-
I decorated with pumpkin iack-o'-lan-

& kerns. As the people came in the

Jft door each person was given a half
score card in the shape of a pumpkin.
y& When the other half of the pumpkin
60 was found the couples were ma.tched

fifi I for the grand marcn wnicn was me

BR

BEFORE .you bay acsn
. of Calumet you are cer certain
tain certain of the greatest baking powder
value cf the best baking results.
Because there are so many
definite proofs of its superiority cf
its purity and reliability.
It received highest awards at
World's Pure Food Exposition,
.Chicago; Paris Exposition, Paris,
Franc. PROOF that it Is the best
baking porderintbeesdationof ex.
i pert judescrfbakisspowden
For thirty years it has beea the
favorite oi millions of bcunewtves.
PROOF that it gives those isSlioas
the best el satisfaction.

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vVl Affpr th march the f

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guests went

tA the various stunts to have their

fortunes .told and try their luck at

trettine the apples in the tub ana

string, pinning the tail on the black

cat, etc. Miss Jones represented a

cytisy so nearly and told fortunes so

well that no one knew who she was

until tmmaskiner time came.

After the stunts everybody unmasK-

ttti : ' - i v After tne stunt

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tCu5f3?P3 FOR SALE
S W LARGE LUE GIM GONG
' ORANGE TREES.
TP n fETi fS1 S II Will Dplivpr and Plant for

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The land to
which Barney
trusted his
life

II Barney Trusts Them
YOU CAN

DAVIES, The Tire Man
Vclcanizino
Phones 438-76.

until cruite a late hour.

ITie school and their guests enioyeai

the nartv very much and when the re

ceipts at the door were counted it was

found that over $12 had been taken in.

Will Deliver and Plant for
$5.50 EACH
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.,
Ocala, Fla.
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Fellowship, Nov. 8". The weather

still continues dry and gardens are

eennninsr to suffer for want of rain.

Mr. and Mrs. John Needham, also

Mr. Needham's mother and sisterj The members of. the "A" Qub and

Misa Arrnip Nwvlhflm nf Orala. were 1 ii : m;.nn. Uami'a

w inT-f. invii.Hii riirmLH. uiiaoca .iiq hiv

guests of Mr. and Mrs. H J. McCully I shephard, Meme Davis and Alice Bul Bul-yesterday
yesterday Bul-yesterday afternoon. 1 1 who substituted for absent mem-

Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Crumpton are I v.---'- aninxTaA loaf Avnino nni of the

the guests of the former s sister, Mrs. most delightful weekly gatherings

Tr rrmtains onlv each insre-

3ients as have been officially ep ep-proved
proved ep-proved by Cf. S. Food Aatliorities. F200P
of its ettk puritr sad caclmcB of
materials.
It is made in the largest,
most modern and eacitary baking
powder plants in the world. PROOF
that it must be better baking powder tiiaa
j one made uoder less favorsUe conditions.
You save when you buy it it-moderate
moderate it-moderate in price. You save when
you ess it possesses more than ordinary
feaveamg strength therefore you use less.
Gluten is the muscle building part
of fiourwhich is of great importance.
To be sure you get it in your bak bakings
ings bakings use iiain flour and good bakfog
oowder. (not self -rising flour).

Calumet
Chocolate CaSsm
Recipe
i3 cup butter,
cup sugar, 3 tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons Calumet
Baking Powder,
teaspoon salt;
2 cups sifted
fiour, 1 cup railk,
2 eggs. Then mix
in the regular
way.

J. 0. SPENCER

VL R. PEDRICK

triat. this rln'h has had. as the ITUestS

E. A. Crumpton.

Prof. Carter has purchased a

ver. t '-f I after eicht o'clock the eames of auc-

Mr.-K.-w. Ji:rvin is spenamg a iewitjon commenced, the tables beuag.ar
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WM. A. TINSMAN

CONTRACTOR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free (

Phone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St., Ocala

ALEXANDER'

ranered in the reception hall which

nrns 07.ilv Hpcorated with vases of!

flowers, and for several hours a mer-

rv time was emoved. At the con

clusion of the frames it was 1 iouna 1

that Miss Onie Chaza! had made the

highest score and she -was presented

with a box of dainty nandKerenieis,

days at Maitland the guest of his

mother.

Well, the election has come and

gone without any one being hurt or

killed m Marion county I dare say

the white women voted as intelligent

ly as the men did. I have been advis-

aA -Vio TiriAfmrA pnmitv htm f.np hfitinr

of having the oldest lady to vote in Miss Davis and her sister. Miss Meme

the state. This lady was Mrs. Rich-1 Davis, served an aDnetizinrr salad

orri T.nVi Kntlpr; Shf is ninetV- .... '.,

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one vears old and is the mother of

PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND 1 George M. Richard, who used to live 1 OCALA LODGE No. 285,, B. F. U. E.

nim rtTO I at Feiiowsnip some years ago. 1 .

Careful estimates made on all co Mr. 1. 1, bnearer -u wreaus Ocala Lodge No o

. i. j v,Q 1 in smues. xns wixe anu iwu uue ana irotective uraer 01 juia.. mwa

ira WOK. U1VB8 U1UR! BUU I j. J t.- rm.J 17. . lt rr. J i.

a- fh. ,nr,oir ttn mv other rfcluraeu nome iasL M"" ue secona ana, iounn iuwua,

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AGENCY

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

Apples! Apples!
Just Arrived
Fresh Car of Apples
Will sell at a
reasonable price
A. C L. FREIGHT DEPOT
Square deal
to everybody

contrad or in the city.

absence of three

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DtilnV unnn

CftUltV3 JLA.V.A.
and Concrete I

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Building;!

i J. D. McCasMll i

Contractor j
Phone 446- 723 Wenon St. I

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j Kentucky after an

1 months.

The farmers are nrenarine to com

mence grinding cane in the near! fu-
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tare, as a general inmg tne cane
crop is short. j

Mr, and Mrs. Levis Smith of Ocala

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. ( L.

Smith yesterday.

Mrs. M. LVPrine left Saturday for

! South Florida to visit her children

for a few weeks.

Mrs. Frank Seckinzer of Crystal

River is visiting relatives in Fellow

ship.

Quite a number from Fellowship

were transacting business in Ocala
Saturday.

CITY TAX NOTICE

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nings of each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Lodge rooms

upstairs over Troxler's andthe Book

Shop, 113 Main street.

C Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort Eine Camo No. 14 1 meets at

K, of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sovT
ereigns are always welcome.
, J. a Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Qerk."

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 fao. Gnartee
An Up-to-Date Batty Service Station i
. We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage witb
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .
GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

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PHONE 271

Ocala

Florida

Tt .nrmril didn't cass the ordi

nance, but we put in the individual
Drnff Store. 23-tf

: C. Cecil Bryant

Accoimfizo and Auditing
PHONE 332

City taxes and licenses due.
A discount of 2 per cent allowed on

city taxes if paid in November. The
tax rate slightly reduced.

W. W. Clyatt,

4-tf City Tax Collector.

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M.i meets on the first and third

Thursday evenings of each month at

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

PYLES ft PERKINS

Funeral Directors & Enibalaers

PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White

People Only.

Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night

OCALA. FLORIDA

9ihc1 Properly fitted glasses
rive away that squint-
ng, drawn, unnatural
sec expression seen in defec defec-.wtx
.wtx defec-.wtx ve eyes.
DR. K. J. WETHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesfzht Specialist

VrocK fi?f nranoAflo mnr?p f mm I Trv some of "Ole Mammy Pra-

thP old Florida orane-es at the lines, the most delicious nut candy

ada. The Court Pharmacy. Gt

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Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda foun fountain.
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OGALA OCCURREMOES

If you have any
phone to five-one.

society items,

Temperature this morning, 55; this
afternoon, 85.
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Mr. A. E. Hopkins of Citra wa3'a
vell known business visitor -in Ocala
yesterday..;
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Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

Mrs. R. S. HalJ has returned from
Atlanta, where she" has been for the
past six weeks. "f
Use "Goodnight"' and then go to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig'sDrug Store Store-Mrs.
Mrs. Store-Mrs. G. B. Thomas of ? Dunnellon
spent the day in the city visiting
friends and shopping. r '?ki-
For groceries and meat phone 108.
Main Street Market. V 5-3t

Miss Florrie Crook of Palatka, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala last night for a week's
visit at the home of her brother, Mr.
E. J. Crook. ', f ; -V,

No fear of germs when you drink
at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. i Duval and
daughter, Adelaide have returned
home from a several days' visit, in
Jacksonville."'

Mr. E. Bennett Avery of Mount
Alto, Pa., was a visitor in the city to today
day today and paid a call at the Star office,
informing us that he was at Electra
for the winter and wanted his paper
sent to that address.

v Vr. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store;
Ocala,- Fla. tf

Mrsr'C. C. Stevens, who since the
death of her lamented husband several
months: ago, has been making her
home with relatives at Martel, is now
visiting her granddaughter, Mrs- G.
til Walston, at Wauchula. : I

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
. Dr. A. L. Izlar of Clermont,, was a
welcome visitor in the city today. The
doctor shows, that his new home
agrees with him Wonderfully. Both
ho and Mrs, Izlar, expect to spend a
portion of fair week in the city.

Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerig's Drug Store;- i 29-tf
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Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Packham have
returned home from a pleasant sum summer
mer summer vacation spent in the 'state of
New Jersey.. ' K
Mrs. B. A. Weathers has returned
home after a pleasant visit in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville with her daughter, Mrs.
George Ford. ; :---u.

Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
work guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and

Plating Works, Yonge block. Ft. King

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avenue, phone 504

Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Haviland and
Mrs. R. L. Hopkins were representa representatives
tives representatives of that progressive little town
of Belleview in the city today. '

Dance
Bank.

tonight over

Commercial
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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

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

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Misses Angie and Eva Batts of De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Mich., arrived in Ocala 'Saturday
to spend the winter. They are com comfortably
fortably comfortably located in apartments at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jeffcoat.

Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner iv
the state for 75c Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. in. to
2:30 p. m. t. 17-tf ;
Mr. M. A. Ten Eyck has taken
charge of Mr. F. G. B. Weihe's watch

repairing. .wren Mr. weine selling

jewelry, Mr. Ten Eyck putting new

springs in the watches and Karl put

ting new sight in people's eyes, 'Y's

is a busy and useful place.

Dance

Bank.

tonight over

Commercial
9-lt

Mr. O. B. Howse is a business visi

tor in Orlando. He was accompanied
by' his cousin, Mr. R. J. Hall of Ne Nebraska,
braska, Nebraska, who has been a guest at his
home for the past month. Mr. Hall

will probably visit Cuba before re

turning to Ocala for a, short stay en

route to his home.

Dance
Bank.

tonight over

Commercial
9-lt

Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
work guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and
Plating Works, Yonge .block, Ft. King

avenue, phone 504.

9-tf

TWO SPECIAL
SHOES FOR LADIES

Dr. Edison's Cushioned Sole for tender

feet, former-price C?! EC

"The friends that Mr. Murphy Lang
of Savannah made on his visit to the

city the past summer as the, guest of
Mr. Edward Anderson at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson Cr., will
learn with much interest of his mar marriage
riage marriage to Miss McCranie of Savannah,
which takes place tonight in that city.
The wedding will be a large church
affair and Mr. Edward Anderson will
be one of the attendants in the wed wedding
ding wedding party. j
One of the best opportunities for
a reasonable investment in the state
of Florida. Due to the fact that I am

going back in the phosphate business,
I am off ering my three rock crushing
plants for '. sale at really a sacrifice.
My books are open for inspection.
For the amount invested, this busi business
ness business is one of the best paying propo propositions
sitions propositions in the state of Florida. If in interested,
terested, interested, see A.: T. Thomas, office 1-2

Holder building, Ocala, Fla., 11-6-tf

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Mr. and r Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sri
are expecting their son and daughter-in-law
and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Les

lie 'Anderson and Mr. Terry Smith of

Mayfield, Ky., to arrive in the city

Saturday to be their guests for sever

al weeks at Marowood. This will be

Mr. and Mrs. Anderson's first visit to
Ocala since their marriage1 and their

friends and relatives are looking, for forward
ward forward to their visit with much, pleas pleasure.
ure. pleasure. Mr. Smith has before visited in
the Anderson home, but his last visit

was several years, ago, and his com
ing is also pleasantly anticipated. ;
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR

$12.65

These are new goods just received,
but were purchased about six months
ago. Factory prices have been reduc reduced
ed reduced since these goods were placed upon
cur shelves, and we feel that; our cus customers
tomers customers are entitled to this benefit. ;
FOOT COMFORT BY THE
"SCIIOLL METHOD"
UTILE'S SHOE PARLOR

2

mm

Don't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation tliey act harshly
tlicy overstrain the delicate
membrane anil leave the
Dowels In a worse condiSion

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stipation. Constipation. SlckHead SlckHead-acbe,
acbe, SlckHead-acbe, Indigestion.

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acb, Dizziness, Biliousness,

Kcrvonsness, or loss ol Appe-tite-Oont
hesltaie-Get a bottto
of CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
PELLS take one alter each
meal and one at bedtime. A
few days treatment will put
Stomach, liver and Dowels In
normal condition.

Ccaoloe most bear slgnatnre J&u?pZZC
Small Small Dose Small Price

' (By Frank L. Huffaker)

Tampa, Nov. 8. With premiums in

every department increased in volume
and value as a result of the fact that

every penny of profit made from year

to year is devoted wholly to increas

ing the scope of the section develop

ment movement; with more county

and individual exhibitors enrolled to today
day today than' have shown their products

at fairs of the past; with appropria

tions for free amusement features

doubled, and with a greatly increased

attendance of homeseekers from other

rtates assured, the forthcoming South
Florida Fair, the dates of which are
February 3 to 12, is already assured
of even greater success than has been

recorded in the past.

Appreciating the support given the

movement since it was resumed after

the armistice had ben.signed, the fB

ccts and directors, 'none of whom

draw salaries or receive one penny of

profit from their work, are preparing
to promote the fair on a larger scale
than ever before and particularly in
the. matter of advertising southern
Florida throughout the nation Jand

Canada, in providing adidtional ex

hibit space in all departments, and in
giving visitors the best! f reel acts pro procurable.
curable. procurable. None but, the most novel free
kits will be presented, many having
been lff e red since the return to pre prewar
war prewar conditions improved the status
of the amusement world;
In addition to the counties of South Southern
ern Southern Florida, northern arid ; northwest
Florida will be represented, making
the fair a,.state fair in reality. Par Particular
ticular Particular attention is to be devoted to
the educational and woman's work de departments,
partments, departments, in order that visitors from
other" states may see the educational
advantages that Florida, off ers
Those desiring premium lists! are

" J requested to communicate with P. D.

tnder, t general manager South Flor Florida
ida Florida Fair Association, Tampa. at once.

signed by Gladys Rice

(only 9 of these Official Laboratory Models in our store.)

their supreme realism. Come in today. Re Remember,
member, Remember, we have only nine. We shall deliver

TUTISS RICE has pronounced them exact du du-:
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ment used at Temple Theatre and capable of
sustaining with absolute success Ihe same test
of direct comparison with her living voice. By
. signing this Certificate, she declares them
equal.dn every respect, to the instrument which
stood beside her last Friday afternoon on the
stage at Temple Theatre and amazed all Ocala.
Let us show you and play for you these
Official Laboratory Models, which have proved

with each Official Laboratory Model the Cer Certificate,
tificate, Certificate, of Authenticity, which this artist has
signed for it. You will prize this New Edison
above all other musical instruments. It will
not only be your means of access to the real
v voices of the world's great artists, but also a
peculiarly precious memento of one ol the
greatest sopranos of all time.
Ask for the Certified Official Laboratory Model.

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Friday at Temple Theatre : living voice from its Re-Creation by the New Edison.
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Eclison took up the same song alone. perfect realism
! Why not let us deliver today one of these New Edisons with Certificate of Authenticity?. You
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RAILROAD SCHEDULES
, Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION' STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as' information and not guaranteed.-;
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. '(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOAKD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:2(ram Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am

1:55 pm
4:05 pm
2:15 am
2:1b am

1:50 pm

Jacksonville 1:30 pm
Jacksonville 4:05 pm

Tampa-Manatee-
4:05 pa
? St. Petersburg
Tampa 2:15 am
Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm

4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINK R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pnv Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am
1 :45 pni Jksbnville-Gainsville 3 : 35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am StJPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pin St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Ihmnellon-Wilcox J
7 :25 am Dunellon-Lkeland ; 11 :03 pm
3:25 pm .. Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
l;45nm 'Gainesville 11:50 am
" 'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we! sell" is guaranteed. We're
Ighiing for QUALITY not prices, tf

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

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

FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two
miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. 30-tf

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. 28-9t

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

CABBAGE PLANTS Protected from
frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, 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

WANTED Immediately a lady sten stenographer.
ographer. stenographer. Permanent position. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Ocala Iron Works. 6-3t

SACRIFICE
TOR QUICK SALE One 1919
Dodge Touring Car. See Mr.
Sheppard at Lewis-Chitty Com Company.
pany. Company. 8-5t

WANTED A cook and dining room
maid. Apply at Marion County
Hospital. 8-3t

FOR SALE Abruzzi rye seed, $3.50
per bushel. Anthony Farms, An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Fla. 4-Ct
WANTED A man of good- standing
in this community to represent the
Florida Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
This is a Florida company that has
been saving its policy holders 20
on the, cost of their insurance for
five years. Any property that is
good and where the moral of the
ownership is good, is acceptable.
An excellent proposition for the
right party. Address E. O. King,
Mgr., care Harrington Hall, Ocala,
Fla., or Florida Mutual Fire Ins.
Co., Tampa, Florida. 9-2t

FOR SALFi Three quarter of an acre
of cane for seed or syrup. L. Fred Fred-eritze,
eritze, Fred-eritze, Lake Weir avenue, Ocala. Ct

WANTED Male bookkeeper. Apply
to B. Goldman. 8-Ci
INTERESTING COIN
UNEARTHED AT DOVES

Dover, Mass., Nov. 8, A Franklin
penny, the first copper coin to be au authorized
thorized authorized by Congress, has been found
on the homestead of one of the first
settlers here." It was struck in 1787
and is one of the few that were coined.
The penny took its name from Bent
jamin Franklin because of the inclus inclusion
ion inclusion in its design of the homely admo admonition
nition admonition "Mind your business," after a
suggestion by him that coins should
serve purposes other than those of
legal tender.
On one side 13 circles appear linked
together, a small circle in the middle
with the words "United States"
around it, and in the center "We are
one." On the other side is a dial with
the hours indicated, a meridian sun
above it, on one side of which is the
word "Fugio" and on the other the
d3te "1787." Below the dial appears
the Franklin phrase "Mind your business."

Flower bulbs at
Store.

the Ocala Seed
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