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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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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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Weather Forecast: Local rains
probably tonight and Thursday.

Ull OF THE CAR
SHORTAGE BROKER
American Public Didn't Know How
Close it was in April to No
Transportation at All
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 10. The Back
of the car shortage has been broken,
Clyde B. Atchison of the Interstate
Commerce Commission, declared ; be before
fore before the convention of associated Rail Railway
way Railway and utilities commissioners. He
said the public never knew how close
the rail and water transportation sys systems
tems systems came to"comjplete cessation in
industrial centers as a result of
strikes in April and continuing thru
the summer. s
A DISGRACE TO HIS STATE
After spending the night in a pre precinct
cinct precinct police station, Congressman
Garrett of Tennessee appeared in po
lice court this morning to answer
charges of colliding and operating an
utomobile while under the influence
of liquor. The police charge the con congressman's
gressman's congressman's machine knocked down
, Miss Olive M. Schofield on the street,
resulting in a compound fracture of
her hip. The police said the con congressman
gressman congressman declined to furnish bail.
The case was continued until Nov.
24th, and the congressman released
on $500 bail.
COLBY WILL VISIT SOUTH
AMERICA
Washington, D; C, Nov. 10. Sec
retary of State Colby leaves in two
weeks' to visit South American coun countries.
tries. countries.
SENATORS WILL BATHE AT
THEIR OWN EXPENSE
The Graeco-Roman baths in the
United States Senate building, in
stalled eight years ago and abandon abandoned'
ed' abandoned' after charges of extravagance,
will be put in service again for the
'benefit of members who pay for the
upkeep.
PERRY TOOK THE PLACE
James A. 1'erry of ueorgia was
eletced president of the National As
sociation of Railway and Utilities
Commissioners.
ONLY GOOD WAY TO GET AT IT
(Associated Press)
Boston, Nov. 10. The establish
ment of nation-wide selling organiza
tions. which shall fix the price of
farm products, if the farmer does not
receive the same pay for the same
hours of work that others receive,
was predicted by Sherman J. Lowell,
master of the 'National Grange of Pa
trons of Husbandy at the convention
here.
DYNAMIC CHRISTIANITY
(Associated Press)
Struthers, Ohio, Nov. 10. The
parish house of the Holy Trinity
Czecho-Slovak Catholic church was
dynamited this morning. The porch
was blown off but nobody was injur
- ed. The house was occupied by Rev.
John Frena, recently installed as
priest, whose appointment was pro protested
tested protested by members of the church and
for a time an armed guard was main maintained
tained maintained to prevent his taking posses possession.
sion. possession. SELLERS OF OLD CLOTHES
FEEL THE SLUMP
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 10. Dealers in old
cJothes on the curb of the Bowery
declared the passing of extravagant
buying hit them hard and slashing
prices fails to enliven business.
HARDING SEEKS
THE SILVER KING
-Will Speak at Brownsville Tomorrow
, at the Armistice Day
' Celebration
(Associated Press)
Point Isabel, Texas, Nov. 10. Sen Senator
ator Senator Harding deserted I golf this
morning for tarpon fishing, remain remaining
ing remaining on the water all day. He speaks
tomorrow at the Brownsville Armis Armistice
tice Armistice day celebration.
BUSINESS SESSION U. D. C.
(Associated Press)
Asheviiie, jnov. lu. .Business ses
sions of the general convention of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy
will be followed by a memorial ses session
sion session this evening.
FOUND $395 IN AN OLD TRUNK
Philadelphia, Nov. 9. An old trunk
for which she paid $1 to a junk dealer
in Scranton, Pa., before she moved
from that city recently has added
$295 in gold to the capital of Mrs.
Alfred Bitterlin, of Coolingdale, Pa.
Believing the trunk had outlived its
usefulness, Mrs. Bitterlin started to
burn it. A jingle attracted her at attention,
tention, attention, the fire was extinguished and
Mrs. Bitterlin extracted the gold
pieces from the lining of the trunk.

IVELLE IS GUEST

F HAVY

Distinguished French General
Re-
views the Midshipmen at
Annapolis
(Associated Pess)
Washington, Nov. 10 Gen. Nivelle
cf France, today reviewed the mid midshipmen
shipmen midshipmen at the Naval Acadamy as the
guest of Secretary Daniels. ;
WELL ATTENDED MEETING
OF THE ASSOCIATION
Of Florida Commercial Secretaries in
Jacksonville Nov. 23rd is
' in Prospect
The present indications are that
the meeting of the Florida State
Commercial Secretaries' Association,
in Jacksonville, Tuesday, November
!, will be well attended. The letters
received here, by the secretary of the
association, from the secretaries of
the various trade bodies indicate that
every section of the state will have
representation at the -gathering. The
membership of the organization has
increased since, the meeting in Orlan Orlando
do Orlando this summer and it is expetced
that the list will be added to at the
meeting in Jacksonville.
The meeting will be held in the
auditorium of the Jacksonville Cham
ter of Commerce and will be called to
crder promptly at 9 o'clock on the
morning of Nov. 23. It will be nec necessary
essary necessary to meet as scheduled in order
that the program may be completed
in the time prescribed. The business
session will last from 9 o'clock until
12:15. At 1 o'clock the secretaries
will be guests of the Jacksonville Ro
tary Club at a dinner at the Mason
hotel. From the hotel the secretaries
will be taken to the fair grounds for
a view, cf the state fair and at six
o'clock will enjoy a barbecue by bon
fire. The evening will also bo spent
at the fair.
Fresh fruit orangeade made from
the good old Florida oranges at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-3t
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THURSDAY,

OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1920

SETS AH EfflflP t
FOR UNCLE SAM
Mexican Government Takes
Over
' Piers When Dock Work Workers
ers Workers Strike
(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Nov. 10. The govern
ment will intervene in the strike of
dock workers and stevedores at Vera
Cruz by taking over and operating
all piers' in an effort to avert a gen
eral national strike. c
BIG LUMBER COMPANY
HAS CLOSED DOWN
(Associated Press)
Newbern, N. C Nov. 10. The John
L. Roper Lumber Co. announced to today
day today it would close its plant Friday
because of- a lack of demand for
lumber.
FRANCE WILL CARE FOR
THE BODIES OF HER DEAD
Paris. Oct. 22. France's 1,000,000
war-dead are soon to be transferred to
permanent military cemeteries or re re-interred
interred re-interred in private burying grounds,
at the option of relatives.
It may be many months before the
work is even well under way but the
start is to be made soon, under au authority
thority authority of laws passed at the last ses session
sion session of parliament and now made ef
fective by decrees.
A separate monument of a design'
rot yet adopted, will be put at the
head of each grave and the care of the
military grounds will devolve upon
the government in perpetuity.
Sanitation and lack of transporta transportation
tion transportation has delayed the assembling of the
bodies but it has been decided that by
careful planning the work may now be
done without danger to health or to
industry.
IT WASN'T FAST ENOUGH
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 10. Fokker,
inventor of Germany's fastest
airplane, has arrived here.
the
war
BEGINNING

SHEETINGS

(Baidb)

We will sell the above Sheetings at
the prices above mentioned. The
prices are effective until all are sold.
These are Seamless Sheets of k the
Best Quality, and are unquestion unquestionably
ably unquestionably Good Bargains.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

Legion Ball
NOVEMBER 11

ULTIMATUM 0(1

THE ADRIATIC
Submitted by Italy as Its Minimum
Claims for Territory to
Jugo-Slavia
(Associated Press)
Rapalio, Italy, Nov. 10. Italy has
submitted what is considered an ul
timatum to Jugo-Slavia over pending
negotiations on the Adriatic question.
stating tlaly's minimum claims.
HERMES WANTS BEST METHOD
Berlin, Nov. 10. Food Minister
hermes said he was striking to bet better
ter better Germany's food situation by in increased
creased increased production and improved
methods of handling importations.
BOLSHEVIK CLAIMS t
London, Nov. 10. The bolsheviks
claim to have penetrated General
Wrangel's forces in the Crimean pe peninsula.
ninsula. peninsula. OUT OF WORK BY
TENS OF THOUSANDS
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 10. Nearly 150, 150,-000
000 150,-000 members of the United Hebrew
Trades in New York were thrown out
of work during the last three weeks
because of the "steady business reces recession,"
sion," recession," the secretary anounces..
SHIPPING' BOARD SCANDAL
(Associated Press) .'
New York, Nov. 10. Individuals
and corporations of no financial
standing or maritime experience have
been allocated shipping5 board vessels
for operation, J. F. Richardson tes testified
tified testified before the congressional 1 com committee
mittee committee today. He said ships were air
located to companies in which rela relatives
tives relatives of the men connected with the
shipping board are financially inter interested.
ested. interested.
NOT NEAR ENOUGH
New York, Nov. 10. Sixty-one un undesirable
desirable undesirable aliens have arrived at Ellis
Island from the west for deportation.
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RD OF TRADE
DRIVE COIITIIIUES
Committee Will Renew Its Efforts
this Afternoon to Place Organi Organization
zation Organization on Business Basis
The Board of Trade committee
making the drive for funds to finance
the organization for the coming year
will continue its efforts this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, encouraged by yesterday's re results.
sults. results. There are still some who do
rot see the necessity for more funds
for the organization. To begin with
the Board of Trade, as it is pointed
out, must have a sufficient income to
meet the ordinary overhead expenses
of the organization. The $3900 an annual
nual annual income of the trade body at
present fails to meet the routine ex expenses.
penses. expenses. An efficient office cannot be
maintained for this amount. The
present income does not permit the
employment of a stenographer. But,
if a sufficient amount is raised to
meet the overhead expenses, shall
the Board of Trade have no funds
with which to meet the expenses of
activities over and above the office
work?
, Th'ere are already three conventions
booked for 1921. Another edition of
the Ocala and Marion county booklet
should be issued when the present
edition is exhausted. The proper
follow-up of these booklets should be
provided for. To give the booklets
the widest and most effective distri distribution
bution distribution advertising must be used to
call attention to them. It is items
like these that it is proposed that
shall be met with the funds' subscrib
ed over and above the amount neces necessary
sary necessary for the bare overhead. Hereto Heretofore
fore Heretofore these items have been met by
subscriptions and donations at the
time used, resulting in repeated
drives throughout the year, and caus
ing no end of dissatisfaction and ir irrigation.
rigation. irrigation. The proposed plan would
provide for a budget for the year and
a definite program to be adopted at
a meeting of the Board of Trade held
for the purpose. ;
OKLAHOMA'S CONGRESSWOMAN
(New York Times)
. Oklahoma City,, Nov. 4 Mrs. Alice
M. Robertson, who has been elected
to Congress from the Second Okla
homa district, defeating the veteran
democratic incumbent, Will Hastings,
is one of the pioneers of the state.
As a child she came to Oklahoma
sixty years ago in an ox-drawn prai
r.e scnooner. iier iatner was a mis
sionary and taught the gospel of the
white man to the uncivilized tribes in
Indian territory until his death.
Mrs. Robertson taught in the Indian
schools until about 1900, opening a
boarding school for Creek Indian
girls first and later starting a school
at Muskogee for girls of the five civ
ilized tribes.
...She was appointed postmaster at
Muskogee in 1912 by President Roose
velt, being the first woman to take
charge of a first class postofSce in
the United States. Of late she has
been running a cafeteria in Musko
gee. It was her practice during the
war nevr to charge a uniformed sol
dier or sailor for a meal.
Mrs. Robertson was until early in
the year president of the anti-suffrage
association of Oklahoma. She had no
political experience prior to making
her announcement for Congress last
spring. Her entrance into politics
was decided upon against the advice
of warm friends, the task t6f defeat
ing one of Oklahoma's oldest and
most popular congressmen being
thought an impossible one.
AMERICAN TELEPHONE
SYSTEM SUPERIOR
London, Oct. 21.r-Sir William
Noble, engineer-in-chief to the British
postoffice, which also controls the
telephones of the country, says the
American telephone system is supe superior
rior superior to that of Great Britain.
Sir William, who has just returned
from a visit to the United States, told
the f Society, of Arts the general in introduction
troduction introduction of automatic telephones
was probably the main feature in the
American scheme of progress. Dis Discussing
cussing Discussing this matter with telephone
experts in the cities he visited, he
found practically a unanimous opinion
that full automatic working was the
only certain method of ensuring the
quality of service demanded by the
public.
The popularity of the telephone in
America was, he considered, due first
of all to the flat rate, secondly to
monthly accounts, and thirdly to party
line services and the policy of foster fostering
ing fostering residential lines.
ENJOYMENT TAX THE LATEST

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Tokio, Oct. 15. An "enjoyment
tax will be a feature next year of
taxe sto be levied by the city of Tokio.
The duty is to be levied upon any ex expenditure
penditure expenditure exceeding three yen for en enjoyment,
joyment, enjoyment, whether it be spent on a gar garden
den garden party, egisha entertainment or
any similar amusement.
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VOL. 26, NO. 270

EXCURSION RATES
TO COUNTY FAIR
The Railroads Have Granted Special
Fares Covering a Considerable
Territory in Central Central-Florida
Florida Central-Florida
Special excursion rates on the rail-
reals, the Seaboard Air Line, Atlantic
Coast Line and Oklawaha Valley,
have been made for the 13th annual
Marion County Fair, Nov. 23-27. The
tickets are effective Nov. 22-26 in inclusive
clusive inclusive with a return limit of mid
night Nov. 27th. On the Seaboard
the rates are effective from Archei,
Alachua, Lawtey, Orlando, Zephyr Zephyr-hills
hills Zephyr-hills and all intermediate stations. On
the Atlantic Coast Line the rates are
effective from Trenton, Fort White,
Lake Butler, Palatka, Astor, Sanford,
Dade City, Trilby, Brooksville, Ho Ho-mosassa
mosassa Ho-mosassa and all intermediate points.
This is the first time that excursion
rates covering so wide a territory
have been granted by the railroads to
the Marion County Fair. The rates
do not apply from any section from
which the excursion rate of one-half
fare for the round trip would figure
less than $1.
It is believed that the attendance
from adjoining counties will be
larger this year than ever. It i3
hoped that there will be many out
cf the state visitors. In the public
ity that the fair association is giving
the fair in other cities the public is
being urged to see the exhibits of the
county that has captured so many
championships and first premiums at T
the state fairs in Jacksonville and
Tampa; to see the swine vexhibit of
the county in which was raised the
sow that won a grand championship
at the International Livestock Show
in Chicago and the boar which sold
this summer for $15,000. Attention
is being called to the opportunity for
seeing Silver Springs, the largest
springs in the United States, accord according
ing according to the records of the United
States Geological Survey, and prob probably
ably probably the largest in the world.
CHILDREN'S 'BOOK WEEK
Next week, beginning with Mon
day, all over the United States .will
be book week for the children. This
idea is to promote more interest in
the reading of instructive and bene beneficial
ficial beneficial books for children, and all the
libraries and book stores together
with some schools are joininsr in to
make the week a profitable one. The
Book Shop in this city will have on
display the vest best books for every
age, and it will be to the interest of
every one interested in children and
the children themselves to visit this
store.
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
ARMISTICE DAY
In observance of Armistice Day,
the banks of this city will -be closed
all day tomorrow.
EXCELLENT ENTERPRISE
FOR HOME FOLKS
Elsewhere you will find an adver advertisement
tisement advertisement for the Southern CattleJjOan
Company of Jacksonville. As will be
seen by the advertisement, the com company
pany company is made up of our own Florida
people and intended to deal with Flor Florida
ida Florida products. It is founded on sound
business principles, which have been
tried out in other parts of the coun country.
try. country. It seems to the Star that this
is a good business proposition and
deserves the help of home folks who
want to put money into something
solid.
SWEEP OF THE CYCLONE
Sent Many to Death in the Philippine
Seas
Associated Press)
Manila, P. I., Nov. 10, Forty-eight
persons are believed to have perished
when axoastwise steamer was struck
by a typhoon.
RED CROSS WORKERS
KILLED BY THE REDS
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 10. Captain Emmett
Kilpatrick, representative of the Am American
erican American Red Cross in South Russia,
and two nurses were brutally killed
during a bolsheviki cavalry raid on
Salovo station, says a Sebastopol dis dispatch
patch dispatch to Reuters.
CITY TAX NOTICE
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.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
5ghting for QUALITY not prices, if

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OCAlX EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1920

Ocala Eveiimg Star
Pabllftbed Every Day Exeept Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING :C03IPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

It. II. Carroll. President
P. V. IvgooiI, Secretary-Treawarer
J.. II. JJenjamln, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofiee aa
second-class matter. ;
TELKPIIONESy y..'-
tlumlne Office ........ i i .. .Fire-One
ftldlturlal Department .....Two-SereB
Society Reporter y Ktre-Oae

MEJIIJKIl ASSOCIATED PItESS
""he Associated Press Is exclusively
entitled for the use tor republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise cred'ted in thi3 paper and
also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
41spatchea herein are also reserved.

DOMESTIC SLUSCIUPTION' RATES
One year, in advance . . . .. .$6.00
tiix months, in advance ... 3.00
Three months, in advance ... 1.50
One month, in advance ... iV.' .60

ADVERTISING RATES
Dlnplayi Plate 15 cent3 per inch for
consecutive insertions. Alternate inser insertions
tions insertions 25 per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charKes on ads. that run leas than
six times cents per inch. Special
position 20 per cent additional. Kates
based on- 4-inch minimum. Less tnan
tour inches will take higher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica application.
tion. application.
Rea&lnK 3fotIee 5 cents per line for
first insertion: 3 cents per line-for each
subsequent insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without xtra
composition charges.
Legal advertisements it legal rates.

Next Sunday is Memorial Sunday.
It should be observed by every church
in this county. What preparations
arebeing made for it?

ed if a number of newspaper and
magazine contributors would quit
writing such staff, or if the editors
of the magazines and newspapers
would reject it. It is nearly all writ written
ten written by shallow-minded people who
labor under the opinion that they are
writing dialect. Instead of that they
are writing the talk of people who
are too slovenly to learn.
T. D. .Lancaster Jr., who was elect elected
ed elected clerk of "the circuit court, could
easily find men to go on his bond for
the faithful performance of his duties.-
Instead, he has made application
to be bonded in a security company,
which is the "strongest, best security
an officer can give.
Says the DeLand News: "Palm
Beach county elected two women to
office. Miss Agnes Ballard defeated
R. B. Bell, democrat, for county sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent of schools, while Mrs.

Clara Stypmann was elected member

of $45,000,000. Thus the. soldier

of the county school board over Will-1 bonus proposition again forges to the

iam B. Echler, democrat."

One good result of the election was
that it squashed that old fraud, Sam
Gompcrs.
The annual Red Cross campaign
begins tomorrow. Keep up -. your
membership. ;
Bryan always knows what the
American people want and they never
do agree with him. m
The Florida board of pardons is in
session, and from what it may dd
may the good Lord deliver us. ;
Ocala Lodge No. 19, K.vof P., has
given $25 to the King's Daughters,
to help out their Christmas fund.

Cox wants no more bitterness. He
counsels a fair cut and a square deal
to the incoming administrdtion. Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy is a good sport.
We read the ether day, to our great
surprise, that .ten thousand Armen Armenians
ians Armenians had been massacred. We had no
idea there were that many left. ,.
.
' The "boxing bout" between Car Car-pentier
pentier Car-pentier and Dempsey will be held
somewhere near New York city next
summer. If they tried to hold it in
Florida they would go to jail, i
We are waiting and hoping to see
Ocala attorneys appeal to women
jurors. Will the ladies see through
flattery and subterfuge, orv will they
award the verdicts to the Adonises
with sugared tongues ?
Why do newspapers continue to
talk of "true facts?" Are there any
facts that are not true T-y-Times-Dnion.
.
No; but people can't help being
suspicious of some of them. y
The Alachua County Fahv next
thing to our own, will be in operation
next week, beginning on the 16th.

The Star hopes that many, Marionites
will attend and see what is being done
by their friends in Alachua. i( -.
If Ocala should elect a female, coun council,
cil, council, or a council with a female, majo majority
rity majority next year,, it. would, in. our opin opinion,
ion, opinion, do at least one gopd thing. ', It
would have the back alleys and the
back lots kept clean or put some, f oiks
in jail. :u-, ."
Congressman .Frank Clark asks the
Star to inform his constituents that
he has for free distribution a quan
tity of vegetable and .flower seed
which he will be glad to send to those
writing for them so long as the sup supply
ply supply lasts. v
It is the Star's opinion that the
reason why so many Southern, negroes
Jo not vote is that they never., did ex expect
pect expect anything from the democrats and
Lave found by experience that they
cannot get anything put of the re republicans.
publicans. republicans. -; ... j;, fv;f;,v-
The following live wires are out ,in

the country most of the time, hustling

for the coming Marion County Fair,

Nov. 23-26; Nathan Mayo, C. W.

Hunter, Joe Davis, J. C. Johnson and

n.a nennezt. iney are receiving
many promises of substantial sup

port. .

The drive is still with 'u si And the

public, .which has acquired the habit
of loosening its'pocketbook, continues

to give. St. Petersburg Times. ':

The average American beauty rose:

girl (and most of them are of that
species) can make a wooden 'Indian
cough up. ;
Somebody speaks of a "better lan-

approve. "Could of" instead I of

"could have," "they is" for "there is

and other distortions are too frequent;

Our language would be greatly' help-

' A' member of the American Legion
asks the Star to say that people who
want tickets for the masquerade ball
tomorrow night had "better buy at
once, as the tickets are going fast.
Several young ladies are selling the
tickets or have sold out, and there
are some at the Court Pharmacy.
The government has 2,000,000 pairs
of handcuffs for sale, left over from
the A. E. F. equipment. Somebody
evidently must have thought we were
going to capture most of the German
army alive. Tacoma Ledger.
. "Hardboiled" Smith and others of

his ilk thought they were needed for

American doughboys.
President-elect Obregon of Mexico
wants to confer with President-elect
Harding of America, but the latter
does not seem to warm up to the pro proposition.
position. proposition. He says he is in Texas to
rest,' and it certainly would be im improper
proper improper for him to hold any confer conferences
ences conferences with the Mexican officials be before
fore before his inauguration.
The British government should do
one of two things. It should send a
strong; army into Ireland and crush
all disorder under an iron heel, or
withdraw from the island altogether.
The present situation of attacks on
the British and reprisals by the Brit British
ish British is intolerable, not only to English
and Irish but to everybody that has
anything to do with the two peoples.

The Star has f received from Whit Whit-r.ey
r.ey Whit-r.ey Wafrerii, New .York, a copy of the
constitution of the Free State of
Fiume, otherwise the Italian Regency
cf Quarnero. The constitution was
written by Gabrielle d'Annunzio, the
Italian soldier and poet, who' saved

and is holding Fiume for his country.
It .is a short but admirable document
and one that few of d'Annunzio's
critics would be capable of writing.'
Mrs! Grace V. Howell, on trial
iit ; West Palm Beach for killing
her husband, is something fierce with
her, tongue. Following are a few of
the remarks attributed to her: "I
wouldn't believe no preacher in West
Palm Beach on his oath." "I am not
a saint by any means."1 "Thank
God, I am not a preacher." "I would
not' trust any drummer that ever
traveled." ' :

on a trip for the isthmus of Panama,
to obtain first-view acquaintance of a
very important part of the territory
of which he will be chief executive for
at least four years. The democratic
administration against which he wag waged
ed waged political war. has Very properly of offered
fered offered him for his journey the use of
a battleship, so he -may go to and
come from the isthmus in the style
befitting the exalted station he shall
soon occupy. ; He ; will return to the
United States December 4, and the

day after will deliver an address in
another one-time rebel and all-time

democratic ; state. I He has the good

will and i the good wishes of all good

citizens, democratic and republican in

America. So is the situation a little
over a week after election day.

. j
To pay bonuses to ex-service men

of that state the people of New York,
at the general election, voted over overwhelmingly
whelmingly overwhelmingly in favor of a bond issue

political front. A number of the
leading New York papers opposed the
measure, claiming that the bond issue
would be a tremendous burden for the

state to bear at this time and that the

bonus derived by ex-service men

would be negligible in comparison to

the additional revenues required from
the taxpayers,-but the voters ignored
this advice and voted for the pro proposed
posed proposed bonus plan. The spirit pro

moting this action is an admirable
one, yet we doubt the wisdom of it.
Onlytmen who served at least two
months will be entitled to a slice of
the $45,000,000; no man will be paid
more than $250. In other words, no
irdividual will receive enough to be

of much service to him in "getting a

start in the world" and, in our opin opinion,5
ion,5 opinion,5 the majority of the recipients

will blow in their come easy money."
-Jacksonville Metropolis.

It's all right (for everyone except
the ex-service men to "blow in their
come easy money."

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The price of Chandler Automobiles has been reduced
$200 oil all Miel9
effective immediately, making it the lowest priced car
on the market, in its class.
Ocala Aiito aitct Garage Company
AGENTS

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ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday. jn every month at 8 p. m.
v ; : H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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ORDER OF, EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No.. 29, O. E. SL
meets-at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. usan Cook, Secretary.
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 ah

you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to

Get the habit of reading the ads.

A jury in Atlanta acquitted a man
charged with the theft of a quarter.
That is one of the present day trou troubles;
bles; troubles; 'the officers are chasing, alleged
peanut thieves through crowds of
thousand-dollar profiteers. J ackson ackson-yille
yille ackson-yille Metropolis. v
" The people seem to prefer it that

way. i ew oi tnem win neip tne om-

cers catch profiteers, bootleggers and
gamblers.

Men and women who feel that Mr.

Wilson has been -ungenerously and

cruelly treated may best establish

of fair treatment of Mr. Harding.-
Springfield Republican.

. Mr. Harding will probably receive

a squarer deal from the South than
from any other part of the nation.

He can count on its solid support

acainst any: group or faction that

may defy the government or try to

change its laws by violence. A" t"e

South asks .of any administration is

to be allowed to attend to its local
affairs in peace.

Senator Harding, president-elect of

the United States, is enjoying him

self playing golf, boating, etc., in the

erstwhile rebel state of Texas, in less
than twenty miles of half -hostile
Mexico. In a few days, he will leave

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG V r
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida ..

ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

flAILflOAO SCHEDULES

k-mu nA iipruLTture of nassensrer

trains at UUAixA. umuw siatauw.

- The following schedule figures pub

lished as information ana not guar
anteed. i'
(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave

2:20 am
1:55 pm
4:05 pm

Arrive

2:10 am
1:30 pm
4:05 pm

JackionviHe-NTork
Jacksonville
Jacksonville ...

2:15 am f Manatee- 4:05 pta

" ' Tamna 2:15 am

1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm

4:05 pm Tampa-St. Fetrsbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.

Leave 1 Arrire

2:12 pm Jacksonville-Nrfork 2:48 am
1 AK Tim JVsnnville-GairiBville 3:35 om

R-A9. am JkimnviUe-Gnesville 10:13 sm

2:49 am StJPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am

3:35 pm St.Petabrg-LakeIand 1:25 pm
7inm ntmnellon-Wilcox

7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am

L4:45i)m Gainesville 11:50 am

Monday, Wednesday, iFriday.:
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

gfinjeFiP mikes m
wlSn is lie feisSsi d ii3

rMa Ira

Membership in the Florida Citrus Exchange requires
only the ability to co-operate. No initiation fees,
no membership dues. For information, consult the
manager of nearest association or sub-exchange, or
write to the business manager at Tampa.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday evening at" 7:30

o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.

C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

welcome to visiting brothers.

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

Double recleanea need oats and rye.

Ocala Seed Store. C-tf

No fear of germs when you drink

at Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf

OYSTER SUPPER DEC. 2ND

It has been some time since our peo

ple have had the opportunity of at attending
tending attending an oyster supper, and no
doubt they will learn with pleasure of

the one to be given December 2nd at
the Ocala House by the members of
the Episcopal church, at which time a
cordial invitation will be extended to
the public to attend. There will be a

musical program during the evening,
rendered by the "Bean Town Choir"
that will excite the interest of all.
Keep in mind December 2nd as the
evening of the oyster supper -the
first of the season.

CITRA

Citra, Nov. 9. Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Vartmann returned home last week
after a pleasant summer spent in
Atlanta, and Galbraith Springs, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. Mr. William Christian spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with his wife,, who is the guest of
her mother, Mrs. J. B. Borland.
The ladies of the missionary society
observed their week of prayer last
week and very interesting meetings
were led by Mrs. Driver and the
various mission fields were reviewed.
On Wednesday Mrs. Douglas led,
prayer being the subject. Friday Mrs.
Borland conducted the meeting and
various talks were made on condi

tions in Mexico and the history of
Vashti Home was given and the need
of funcls for enlarging the home was
presented.
Dr. Strickland was a business visi visiter
ter visiter to Jacksonville last week. He was
accompanied home by Mrs. Strick Strickland's
land's Strickland's sister from Georgia.
Mr. James Melton, accompanied by
his mother and sisters visited Citra
friends Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Timmons re recently
cently recently sold their home to Mr. Coffin
of Kentucky.
Mr. Harry Borland was a business
visitor to Citra yesterday, and ex expects
pects expects to open his packing house today.
Mr. R. S. Shortridge shipped 300
baskets of beans from his five-acre
patch last week.
Misses -Louise and Ethel Crosby of
Gainesville were guests of their par parents
ents parents over Sunday.
Mr. Jeff Harrison of Orlando visit visited
ed visited his sister, Mrs. D. L. Sherouse,
last week.

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STORAGE
For Your Automobile

One night-.. $ .50 Washing.. $1.00
One week 2.00 Polishing. 1.00
One month..--.-.. 6.00 Greasing and oiling..'.-

GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Ocala, Florida

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PnKinfl til 6 Fflmily u'seerned sensible enonqh to the klds J qJ I ccS'
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1920

THREE IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER

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On Every Piece of Yard Goods in the House

AMERICAN LEGION MASQUERADE BALL
THURSDAY, PJdV.-11
TICKETS FOR SALE AT THE COURT PHARMACY

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Make Your Plans for a Big Time

Ocala

THE FASHION CENTER

Florida

WM. A. TINSMAN
CONTRACTOR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Phone No. 52G, 215 W. 5th St., Ocala
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AN Li
BUILDER
Careiul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract or k. Gives more and better
work f t the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Z See Me :
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; Stone, Brick, Wood :
m a m m

anu concrete ;

Building:

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NATIONAL

INSTITUTION

YOUNG SAILOR HOME
ON A FURLOUGH

Mr. II.. A. Linderman of the U. S.
navy is home on a furlough, visiting
his sister, who is living in the Pedro
community, a few miles south of
Ocala. Mr. Linderman has just re returned
turned returned from an extensive cruise to
foreign lands. He had the pleasure
of visiting Portugal, Spain, Italy,
Greece, Turkey, Roumania, Russia,
Austria, Palestine and other coun countries.
tries. countries. He reports a very pleasant
trip with plenty of recreation and op opportunities
portunities opportunities to see many historical
places, of which the Holy Land seem seemed
ed seemed to be the most important.
KING'S DAUGHTERS

j J. D. IcCasMll!TOE mv

Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St

i

j C. Cecil Bryant :
Accounting and Auditing j
j PHONE 332 j

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

A TWICE-TOLD TALE

One of Interest to Our Readers

Good news bears repeating, and

when it is confirmed after a long

lanse of time, even if we hesitated to

believe it at first hearing, wefeel se secure
cure secure in accenting its truth now. The

following experience of an Ocala man

is confirmed after hve years.
Chas. C. French, carpenter, 103 N,

Sanchez St.. savs: "I had been hav

ing attacks of backache and kidney

trouble for some time. 1 ieit miser

able and run down, but just as soon

as I began using Doan's Kidney Pills
I got relief. I have relied upon this
medicine ever since and have recom

mended it to others complaining o

their kidneys." (Statement given

June 30, 1914.)
On April 16, 1918, Mr. French said
"I haven't had any symptoms of kid

ney trouble for a long time. Doan's
Kidney Pills cured me and I have en

joyed fine health ever since. I gladly
renew the statement I made in 1914."

Price GOc. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get

Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. French had. Foster-Milburn Co.,

Mfrs., Buffalo, JM. Y. Adv. 64 1
Fresh fruit orangeade made from
the good old Florida oranges at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-Slfc

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There will be a meeting of the

King's Daughters tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence of

Mrs. G. C- Shephard.

OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth 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.
i C. Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.

MASQUERADE BALL

TOMORROW NIGHT

AroalaelM.

stem

Fresh Every Day

MARKET and GROCERY
Phone 243
The Store ol Quality

Say! believe me, that's going to be

some show tomorrow night at the

armory.

I mean, they sure are going to

have a swell time. You just ought to

see how pretty the dance hall looks
and oh, boy! the legion post is going

to have a jazz orchestra that will

sure 1 put the music over, with the
right kind of pep to it, and, listen!

just think of it! they are going to i ?

serve reiresnments, too, during tne

evening. I am sure going to be

mere, i wouiant miss this mas-

querade ball for anything in the
i3

wona. I

Now, what do you think about that I

kind of gossip ? Will there be a crowd I

at the ball? Do you think we will J
have a good time if we go? Well, 111

POIT tTAll OTrill In tta n rfn m. 1

Most of the tickets have prac

tically been sold for the "legion mas-

querade ball' but there are a fewjj
tickets on sale at the Court Pharm-

acy at the present time. So now isl?
T x .11 I VI rr I

lur wuaiice u aiieuu mis oig an air
by getting your ticket right now.
Don't wait until tomorrow.

You know, the legion is 'giving two

$5 gold prizes away tomorrow night,

and you have just the same chance to

win as anyone else. So get ready and I

let's go. The ball starts at 8:30

o'clock tomorrow night.

HARRY MIXSON

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Repairing,
Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
AGENTS FOR
SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX
Phone 2S2 Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
Used Cars for Sale

The relatives and friends of Harry

Mixson were deenlv ffrieved bv his

death, which occurred at Dunnellon I dd 56K?5tJw?5tit

nr.. j xt i a j i. n I w w w w

xuesuay, ixovemDer nu, at z p. m. I

Just two weeks before he was taken jf;

sick with hemorrhagic fever, and al although
though although everything that could be was
done, his constitution was not strong

was 46 years old, having been born
at Flemington, May 6th, 1874, but for

the past 23 years had lived with his
mother in Dunnellon, where he was I III

highly thought of by every one.

The remains accompanied by a

large f number of sorrowing friends

and relatives, were carried to the

family burial ground at Williston for J

interment.

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xiebiues ins momer, lvirs. u. v. xuix-1

on, he leaves a brother, W. J. Mix Mix-son
son Mix-son and sister, Mrs. T. N. Strange,

01 uunnenon, ana a sister, airs. 11. l.

Kelley of Camp Eustis, Va., to mourn

his loss.

toot mail
November 13
OCALA HIGM SCHOOL

vs.

DE LAND HIGH SCHOOL
Admission, 25c and 50c.

Game Called 4:15

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Advertising builds business.
MRS. F. P. CAHOON

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ODD FELLOWS

The remains of Mrs. F. P. Cahoon

arrived in the city last night from

Homestead, and were taken this

morning to Anthony, where the fu funeral
neral funeral services were held at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church. Rev. N. B. Plummer of officiating.
ficiating. officiating. Interment was made at

Anthony. Pyles & Perkins of this

I city had charge of the funeral ar

rangements.

Mr. and Mrs. Cahoon were former-

y Marion county citizens and have

many friends who deeply sympathize

with Mr; Cahoon in his distress. Mrs.

Cahoon was killed last Saturday in

an automobile accident.

OLDER BOY'S CONFERENCE

TO MEET IN OCALA

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee

Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. Were
Sghting for QUALITY not prices, tf

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.

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

Plating Works, Yonge block. Ft. King

avenue, phone 504. 9-tf

W " "

To the Buying Public:
TATE wish to thank the buy
' ing Public for the patron patronage
age patronage that they have given us
for the nearly twenty years
past, and solicit a continuance
of their patronage for our suc successors,
cessors, successors,
Farmers' Exchange Store
which will be under the man management
agement management of BAXTER CARN, who
they have employed to con-,
tinue with the store. We in invite
vite invite all to come and do busi busi-business
business busi-business with the new firm.
There need not be any disturb disturbance
ance disturbance whatever in our regular
customers accounts, either in
or out of town. We will fill
the orders and make deliveries
just the same.
Very truly,
BAXTER CARN,

(St. Petersburg Times)

Gilbert Bush, secretary of the Y.

M. C. A., has received official notice

from Y. M. C. A. headquarters at

Jacksonville, that the older boy's con

ference will be held in Ocala, Friday,

Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 12, 13 and

14. -This conference is held under the

auspices of the state Y. M. C. A.t and
Pinellas county is entitled to 25 dele delegates,
gates, delegates, who will be entertained by the

boys of Ocala. It is expected that

there will be an attendance of 250

boys at the conference.

.1

Goodrich
Silvertowti Cords

"Best! in the long Run"

Mr. Bruce Meffert, :'on
one oi these Famous
Tires, made

29,981 Mil

BLM$K BROS.
Vulcanizing
Phone 78 Oklawaha & Main

FOR

Carn-Thomas Company

ft young man who practiced medicine
in a rural district became famous and
tras called in consultation in many
towns and cities because of bis suc success
cess success in the treatment of disease. This
was Dr. Pierce who afterward moved
to Buffalo. N. Y. He made up his
mind to place some of his medicines
before the psblic, and he put up
what he called his Favorite Pre Pre-pcription,
pcription, Pre-pcription, and plaoed it with the
druggists in every state in the Union.
For fifty years Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription has sold more largely
through oat the United States than
any other medicine of like character.
It's the testimony of thousands of
women that it has benefited or en entirely
tirely entirely eradicated such dietreesing ail ailments
ments ailments as women are prone to. It is
cow sold by druggists in tablet form
as well as liquid.

Zeigles, Ga.-1! advise all women

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.

who suffer from feminine trouble to try

jcnpuon. JL

shall never forget the good it has done

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for me. I feel like another woman now.

May God bless Dr. Pierce and Ws valu valuable
able valuable medieine.l'-M:&&. S LOSS a OS

Tire Prices 'Reduced-.
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3K. COA Aft
old price 23.80, now Vv.UU
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3, (Mf! ft A
old price $17.60, now vltMIl
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
Our Repair Department in charge of all-rouud
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man.
DIXIE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

PYLES & PERKINS

Funeral Directors & Embaliacrs

PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White

People Only.
Phones 655 and 225. Open All Night.
OCALA. FLORIDA

Gerie's Drue Store has instituted

"individual service" at its soda foun

tain. 23-tf

iHt f Properly fitted glasses

See. expression seen in defec defec-i.w&v
i.w&v defec-i.w&v ve eyes.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Fresh fruit orangeade made from
the good old Florida oranges at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-3t



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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1920

OGflLA DGCUBREHCES
If yon have any society items,
phone to five-one.
Temperature this morning, 58; this
afternoon, 85.
Children's book week at The BOOK
SHOP all next week. 10-3t

Mrs. J. W. Dumas is in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a few days visit.
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

Miss Blair Woodrow has returned
home from a visit to Tamp3.

Mrs. J. H. Good is ill at the5 Arms
House. Her many friends trust that
she will soon recover.

Hundreds of new children's books

at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t

An old colored woman, partly
ciazy,'who lived alone near a colored
settlement to the west of Silver
Springs, strayed away several days
ago. Her body was found yesterday
morning in the swamp, so badly de decomposed
composed decomposed as to be hardly recognizable.

W. K. Lane, M. D, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Mr, George F. Young, the city's ef efficient
ficient efficient engineer, announced today
that work will begin next week in
Sum ter county on the roads, the bonds
tor building the road3 in that county
having just been sold. It will only
be a matter of a few months now be before
fore before Sumter county will enjoy some
of the finest roads in the state.

Use "Goodnight" and then go to
ileep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Store.
Miss Irene .Martin of Oklawaha,
Mrs. C. W. Adams Lady Lake and
Miss Mildred Manning of Anthony,
were among the out of town shoppers
cn the streets this morning.
Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
work guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and
Plating Works, Yonge block. Ft. King
avenue, phone 504. 9-tf
Miss Callie Gi&endaner returned
yesterday afternoon from a few days'
visit with her sister, Mrs. Oscar Ber Ber-ger
ger Ber-ger in Tampa. Miss Gissendaner at attended
tended attended the Florida-Tulane football
game anil dance following.
For groceries and meat phone 108.
Main Street Market. 5-3t

Miss Grace Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. West, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Craher

of Tidewater, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wil Wilcox
cox Wilcox of Dunnellon, Mrs. Elizabeth Niel
and son and T. CvWall of Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field were visitors in the city for the
day.
Mrs. E. J. Lytle and two children
of Stanton arrived in town yesterday
for a short visit with relatives. They
came especially to make the acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance of Mrs. Lytle's niece, the infant
daughter of Mr. and MrsI George
Pasteur, born at the hospital Sunday
morning.
Only one drink served in each cup
Rt Gerig's Drug Store, ; 29-tf

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
M. H. H. Herrin and family have
returned to Marion county after an
absence of several years in Duval
county. Mr. Herrin had for many
years resided in the Micanopy section,
and the many friends of the family
vail give them a cordial welcome on

their return, Mr. Herrin was a caller

at the Star office this morning.

The council didn't pass the ordi ordinance,
nance, ordinance, but we put in the individual
jervice. Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
Mrs. P. J. Theus was delighted to today
day today to receive a telegram from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, announcing the arrival of a
pretty little girl at the home of her
brother, Harry Theus. Harry made
his home in Ocala many, years, but

now occupies a good position in

Jacksonville. His little girl will be
named Rachel Marie, after her two
aunts, Mrs. Theus and Mrs. Fred
Fitchner.

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ft young man who practiced medicine
in a rural district became famous and
was called in consultation in many
towns and cities because of his suc success
cess success in the treatment of disease. This
was Dr. Pierce who afterward moved
to Buffalo. N. Y. He made up hia
mind to place some of his medicines
before the public, and he pat cp
what he called hia Favorite Pre Pre-Bcription,
Bcription, Pre-Bcription, and placed it with the
druggists in every state in the Union.
For jLfUj yearg Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription has sold more largely
throughout the United States than
any other medicine of like character.
It's the testimony of thousands of
women that it has benefited or en entirely
tirely entirely eradicated such distressing ail ailments
ments ailments as women are prone to. It is
now sold by druggists in tablet form'
&s well as liquid.
ZEiatEK, Ga.I advise all women

who sufier from feminine trouble to trv

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I

shall never forget the good it has done
for me. I feel like another woman now.
May God bless Dr. Pierce and his valu valuable
able valuable medioinQ."-ML&4 L0S2I0B

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Mr. R. L. Bryan of Dunnellon was

in town today, the guest oMr. Phil

ip Murphy.

S1.50 silk socks at

Walkley & Barnett's.

' 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 offering my three rock crushing
plants for, sale at really a sacrifice.
My books are open for inspection.
For the amount invested; this busi

ness is one of the best paying propo-

siuons in me staie oi norma, xx in

terested, see A. T. Thomas, office 1-2

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

Southern Calilc Loan Company
JACKSOIVVILLE, FLORIDA.

Capital Stock $500,000, Par Value $10.00
H. M. Bennet, President. Arthur T. Wiluams, Treasurer
Odum & Butler, Attorneys. v
Advisory Board Twenty-one men selected from the most
prominent bankers and cattlemen of Florida.

The above company has been organized through the Co-operation of

Bankers, Cattlemen, the Florida Development Board, Chambers of Com Commerce
merce Commerce and Boards of Trade of Florida for the purpose of assisting in the
development of the Cattle I industry of the state.
Preparatory to this action, laws for the protection of investors were
enacted last winter.
The president, Mr. Bennett of San Francisco, was induced to come here
by Jacksonville bankers. He has been active in the management of the
Great West Cattle Loan Company of San Francisco, and is interested in
other companies in this line.

$1 a pair

The news comes from Los Angeles,

Calif., that Miss Maud L. Williams,

brmerly of this city, was married in

that city" Oct. 30 to Mr. Theodore

Kruse. Miss Maud was much esteem esteemed;
ed; esteemed; by her friends here and they join
the Star in sending good wishes to

her and her husband. While in Ocala

Mrs. Kruse made her home on South i

Watula street. She went to Calif or- nf

&

special sale at Walkley & Barnett. 2t

Taylor Langford of6H

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THE EPOCH-MAKING TEST AT W

THE TEMPLE. THEATER g)
Mr. Edison wanted to prove to the ?
music-lovers of Ocala that his new

phonograph reproduced the art of
great artists with perfect realism.
The test he made was dramatic even
spectacular.
Miss Gladys Rice sent here by Mr.
Edison, stood-beside 'the New Edison
and sang. Suddenly she stopped
singing. The New Edison took ud the

song ; and sang it alon. The living
voice and its re-creation were thus
compared. The ear could detect no
difference between the living and the
re-created voice. It was both the test
J 4-1 r i i

anu me pruoi. marking an epocn in
music. ; C

TAc Phonograph with a Soul

nia last June.

Men's suits $25, $29 and $35 on

Don't forget children's book week

all next week at THE BOOK SHOP.

I

Mr. and Mrs.

Jacksonville arrived in the city this

;jf f ornrw-m -fnr n visit, until Raturdav

t t.h hnme of the latter's erandnar-XJ

ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge. Mrs'.Jt

Langford as Miss Alice Mente wasli.

formerly an Ocala girl and herj fa

friends are giving her a cordial wel-"

come and bestowing good wishes andKJy,

congratulations upon Dotn sne anaifjfi

ner,nusDana, wno were mamea iasi,

week in Jacksonville.

It is an exact duplicate of the Official Laboratory Model, which made
music-history last Friday in Ocala. This instiument

has been certified by Miss Rice herself.

are exact duplicates of the epoch epoch-making
making epoch-making instrument which tri triumphed
umphed triumphed in the test. They will
sustain the very same test. Miss
Rice, in order to assure you of
this, has signed Certificates of Au Authenticity
thenticity Authenticity which will be presented
to the purchasers of these instru instruments.
ments. instruments. Only a few of these certi certified
fied certified Official Laboratory Models
left. You had better come in today

"TvO you hope to own a phond phond-graph
graph phond-graph as wonderful as the.
Official Laboratory Model, which
enthralled an audience of Ocalas
music-lovers at Temple Theatre?
Do you want your home to enjoy
-this new art of music Re-Created,
with which Mr. Edison has amaz amazed
ed amazed and delighted the whole world?
We have a few Official Labora Laboratory
tory Laboratory Models in our store. They

Through our Budget Plan of Payment, you can feel free to order an Official
Laboratory Model now, and pay for it at youj own convenience.
KELLEY-MILLER 1USIC COMPANY
Harrington Hall Corner

. .H. tt- rSTr- TvCH'-. 2!. t"Z: .-tr 'w- "C.

The treasurer, Mr. Williams, is a prominent Jacksonville
man, well known throughout the state.

business

The conduct of the company will follow that of the cattle loan com companies
panies companies in the west, and is fully setforth in U. S. Government, Bulletin
No. 764, Department of Agriculture, entitled, "Cattle Loans and their
Value to Investors." ; ;
Cattle loan companies have aided the industry in the west during
the past 10 to 15 years. They have all been financially successful and the
stocks very closely held. Many companies have been organized by bank
directors in order to meet requirements which th banks were unable to
care for. They have paid large returns to stockholders and the stocks
are readily marketable at good premium.
The state of Florida possesses climatic and other conditions more
favorable to cattle raising than any western state, and the establishment
of this company means the consistent development of one of the largest
industries in the state. Four-fifths of the acreage of the state is better
adapated at the present time to this interest than to any other line' of ag agriculture.
riculture. agriculture.
More than two hundred letters from cattle raisers have been received
endorsing the proposed work of the company. Applications already re received
ceived received for loans assures the company of large earnings from the first
year's business.
The Federal Reserve Board and Bank Commissioners recommend the
purchase of cattle loan notes by bank?.
These conditions and the able management the company will have
give assurance of one of the safest investments which can be made at
the present time.
It is a rare opportunity which affords the securing of an investment
meeting the approval of the banking interests as is the case with the
shares of the Southern "Cattle Loan Company.
Mr. George W. Chase, treasurer of the Florida Soft Phosphate &
Lime Co., Ocala, has been authorizedto receive subscriptions for the
" stock.
Subscription price twelve dollars per share, the premium giving sur surplus
plus surplus for organization expenses so that the company will begin business
with full capital.
The terms of subscription are ore-fourth cash, and note for balance,
without interest, due February 1st, 1921. If more time is taken after
February 1st, interest is added .. at rate of 7 per cent per annum.
Further information if desired will be furnished by personal call or
by mail.
:george w. chase

Men's suits 525, and $35 on

special sale ,at Walkley & Barnett. 2t
All the new Wilton Bradley book

for children at THE BOOK SHOP

during children's book week. 10-3t

Mrs: Raif ord Simmons and daugh

ter. Mrs. Leverett Futch. have issued

mvitation, to an auction teaTW $$-

Woman's Club building, compliment

ing Mrs. Hugh L. Futch of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, who will arrive in Ocala the

16th to be their guest for several

weeks. During the hours of 3 to 5

auction will be indulged in, after
which other guests will arrive and a

social time over the teacups will be

enjoyed. -

Mr. C. B. Root of Crystal River, a

member of the Crystal River Crate

Company, was in the city yesterday,

the guest of Mr. John 'Taylor.

Fink's "Detroit Special" overalls,

$3.50 grade for $2.50. Walkley &
Barnett. 2t

$1.50 silk socks at

Walkley & Barnett's.

$1 a pair

at

2t

Flower bulbs at

Store.

the

The friends of Mr. Lee Neely, who
helps Mr. N. L. Williams conduct hi3
news and cool drink stand on North
Magnolia street, and who has been
sick more than a week, will be glad

I J La n ttnAAVTAVII'lf

Brigance arrived in the w 1UJUW nc 13

the

Ocala Seed

6-tf

Mr. A. J

city yesterday, on business for

government, of which he is an agent.

50c. and 60c. fine lisle socks 35c. at

Walklev & Barnett's. 2t

uc auuu iuiuiucu uy uic uiau tic was

after. Allen Johnson of Martel. and

hrnnerht .. him bpfnrp rnniTniainTMT I The followmp- Were Tuesday V1S1-

Williams. who bound Johnson over tors to the city: Misses Maggie and

t.n "t.h -TlnitPi Rtatpsi ponrf- in tliAlFiila Priest. Momston: Mrs. W. M.

sum of $500. Mr. and Mrs. Britrance Lewis and Miss Etta May Linder

have settled in Jacksonville, where man, Summerfield; Mrs. Otto .Young,

they have a nice home, but have not I Shady; Mrs. O. J. Enzor, Reddick;

forgotten their Ocala friends. Mrs. S. B. Thomas, Dunnellon; Mrs.

J. L. Burnside, Lowell; Mrs. 1. J?.

Kfti cn. i;cU cflA, 4 of Knight. -Reddick; Mrs. J. W. Sher

muaw wrv uv T S 1 r J

Walklev A Barnett's. 9 ouse, KeddiCK; mrs. J. u. iuyers anu

It is an old saying that you can't

keep a good man down, and some

times it is not easy to hold a bad one,

Albert Hicks, the negro shot by Mar

shal Thomas several days ago, and
who the city physician was steadily
bringing back from the very brink of

the Styx, escaped last night from the

colored hospital. As he had a fearful
wound, which was slowly healing, it

was ndt considered necessary to watch

him. He could have been taken to the
jail in a few days more, but the offi officers
cers officers are not hunting for him, because

unless his wounds are attended to he
is likely to die. Altho a criminal, the
man has had the best of attention,
and if he dies it will be his own fault.

Fink's "Detroit Special" overalls,
$3.50 grade for $2.50. Walkley &
Barnett. 2t

The road to success is advertising.

Mrs. J. M. Sullivan. Martel; Miss

Mamie Shefiaeld, Montbrook; Mrs. W.
O Brewer, Romeo; Mrs. C. E. Bate Bate-man,
man, Bate-man, Misses Bobbie Baldwin and Fan Fan-r.ie
r.ie Fan-r.ie Cromer, Mcintosh.

To Get "Results" From Reading.
The man or boy who reads with at attention
tention attention cannot read amiss if what
he reads is worth perusing. Of hi?
habits when a student a man who
achieved greatness says, "Many other
students read more than I did and
knew more than I did. But so much
as I read I made my own. When a
half-hour, or an hour at most, had
elapsed, I closed my book and thought
on what I had read. If there was any anything
thing anything peculiarly Interesting or striking
In the passage, I endeavored to recall
it and lay it up in my memory, and
commonly could effect my object."
From "Books and Beading," by Noal
Porter.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
i

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 advance.

FOR SALE Fifty acre farm two

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

FOR RENT Three unfurnished

rooms Apply at No. 15 Daugherty
street. 8-3-eod

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

leston Wakefield, Early Summer,

Lupton s best Long Island seed,
$1.75 per thousand; special price in
ljirge quantities. Parcel post or orders
ders orders 25 cents per thousand extra.
J. R. Davis Farms, Bartow, Fla. tf

WANTED rMale bookkeeper. Apply

to ii. Goldman. 8-6t

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. 4-6t
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

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

FOR SALE Three quarter of an acre
of cane for seed or syrup. L. Fred Fred-eritze,
eritze, Fred-eritze, Lake Weir avenue, Ocala. 6t

WANTED Young man twenty-five
to thirty-five years old with suflS suflS-cient
cient suflS-cient ambition to apply his efforts
in a manner that will carry him to
the top. Must know how to handle
the public. State salary willing to
start with, size family and former
experience, and when could start.
Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. iQ-4t

WOOD31EN OF THE WORLD

Fort 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 sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

WANTED Immediately a lady sten

ographer. Permanent position. Ap-I
ply at Ocala Iron Works. 6-3t!

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.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

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