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THE WORLD OVER
Celebrated in Europe with National
... Ceremonies, in America with
V (Associated Press)
Impressive ceremonies were held in
London and Paris today, celebrating
the second anniversary of the closing
of the world war and to pay tribute
to fallen soldiers. The body of an un unidentified
identified unidentified soldier was buried in West Westminster
minster Westminster Abbey, am id '' an elaborate
ceremony, with King George as the
In Paris, a soldier's body taken
from a nameless grave at Verdun,
vas buried under the Arc de Triomphe
President Millerand and three mar mar-Blals
Blals mar-Blals participating in the ceremony.
No national ceremony was held in
the United States, but in most cities
and towns the day was, observed by
parades and memorial services.
OUR ARM Y AND NAVY
Washington, Nov. 11. Armistice
day was celebrated in' the navy and
marine corps by awarding two thou thousand
sand thousand medals and letters of commen commendation
dation commendation for valorous services in the
BIG DAY IN BROWNSVILLE
Brownsville, i Texas," Nov. 11. Sen Senator
ator Senator Harding made an Armistice day
speech' here before a large crowd of
Americans and Mexicans. The speech
of the. president-elect was preceded
by-- parades and addresses. , Special
trains brought throngs to attend the
SERVED THEM RIGHT
'. London, Nov. 11. Girl employes of
t Sylvia Pankhurst's communistic r pa pa-per
per pa-per were thrashed by an angry mob,
claiming that during the two minutes
pf solemn silence in honor of the fal fallen
len fallen dead, the women sang, danced and
banged tin can3 in the newspaper of office.
fice. office. .
PLANS FOR THE
J Y. M. C. A. CONFERENCE
Mr. Wm. F, McCanless of Jackson -'
ville, secretary of the state boys'
'work of the Y. M. C. A. has arrived
in the city to attend the Y M. C. A'.
conference, and is a guest at the Har Har-;
; Har-; rington Hall.
i; This meeting will convene in this
i city tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock
" at the Baptist church and is the seo seo-flcnd
flcnd seo-flcnd of a series of three to be held in
Vthe state. The first one was held at
Miami, the second will be held "here
:and the third will be held at DeFu DeFu-niak
niak DeFu-niak Springs. ;
Tomorrow there will be an election
' of officers, also addresses by promi promi-;
; promi-; nent speakers and the boys: f -
'I! Saturday morning from 9:15 to
112:30 the program .will consist of sec-
ional confereneesVon Sunday schcol
work and Hi-Y clubs on, their life
" work,' by adult leadersi
' The Ocala Rotary Club will enter
, j tain all registered ? delegates! j at a
chicken purlo Saturday, afternoon at
' C o'clock at Silver, Springs, therefore
all who desire to attend must regis-
k ter. v ., :
V Among the notable -speakers will
be DrrKesler, who is a prominent Y.
M. C. A. worker in the southern divis-
& ion. JlisfJ lecture will be one of in-
tcns i interests Mr. E. J. Simonis
' talk will be heard with considerable
interest, as he was formerly, in this
work in India and has only recently
'j returned from Cuba, where he acccm
: plished must good in Y.'M. C Ai work.
t The convention will come to a close
I': Sundayeyening jmth a big mass
meeting of the boys. The different
;1 pulpits of the city churches Sunday
f morning will be occupied by' speakers
;: of the conference and a general, invi
A tation to the public is extended
: 1, The meetings on Friday will be held
at the Baptist church, and Saturday
at the Methodist church. This con-
t I ference is promoted by the Florida
y State Y. M. C. A. and it is hoped that
xl the entire (community will take un-
; f limited interest in it in every way.
i 1 BOMB MAY HAVE BEEN
AIMED AT BRIND ELL
. ft i (Associated Press)
New. York, Nov. 11. The World
prints an article saying the bomb ex
plosion was 'caused by unemployed
workmen seeking revenge agains
Robert P. Brindell, president of the
building ..trades council, whose prac
tices are now,, being investigated.
CRITICISM CAUSED BY
l IMPERFECT CO-ORDINATION
I ..(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. il. The practices
of the United States Shipping Board
which led to the congressional f com
mittee; Investigation have not been
''corrupt," Commander A, B. Clement,
Executive assistant to Admiral Ben Ben-ion
ion Ben-ion testified. He said the ground for
Criticism has been the yack of perfect
co-ordinatioa. between the different
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session with all mem members
bers members present on November 3rd, 1920.
Mr. R. L. Martin appeared .in re
gard to redemption of tax certificates.
Mr. L. N. Green appeared in regard
o his bill being paid at October meet
ing at a reduced figure.
Upon jnotion warrant was ordered
drawn on the fine and forfeiture fund,
avor of L. N. Green in amount of
$210. for balance on account of prose
cution cases included between pages
No. 349 and No. 419 of county judge's
Upon motion the board approved
:ill of the Ocala Star is amount of
$52.50 for publishing constitutional
The clerk requested that the board
have its attorney advise definitely as
o the duties of themselves arid of the
clerk as to the budget and financial
tatement. .' . ..V
Petition was presented as follows:
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, .Marion County: Gen-
lemen We, the undersigned free
holders, respectfully petition your
honorable body to grant a change in
the Lynne and Grahamville public
read as follows: Commence at a pt
on" or about where: said road, crosses
section line between sees 9 and 4 tp
5 s r 24 e, thence about one-quarter
mile intersecting the Lynne and La-
cota public, road and we further pe-
ition that the Lynne and Graham
ville road be abrogated from where
it now crosses section line to where
it now intersects Lynne and Lacota
public road, said, petition being sign signed
ed signed by eleven persons, which ." was
adopted by the board and the follow
ing were appointed to view and mark
out the best and most practical route
or same, viz: E. O. Powell, J. N.
Stevens and, Lonnie Randall.
Mr. C. A. Vaughn appeared in be
half of Messrs. H. L. Collins, W. H.
Collins and C. Z. Osborn, presenting
bond for said parties for license to
arry rifles, which bonds were approv-j
ed by the board. r
Bills presented by the bond trus
tees of the Dunnellon special road and
bridge district were approved in the
amount of $L336.49.
Messrs. Parker and Strickland pre
sented written request of a number
of citizens asking that the road be
opened from the intersection of the
Ocala, Martel and Dunnellon road to
the intersection of the Martel and
Romeo road at Homeland school
house, which was referred to Com
missioner Hutching. i
The board ordered that conditional
deed be executed to the trustees of
the Afro-American Hospital ; Volun
tary Association to the property com
mencing 146 feet s of the sw cor of
blk C Allred's add Ocala, Fla., thence
running e 88 ft thence n 120 ft .w 88
t s 120 f t to p o b, title to remain m
said trustees, their successors or as assigns
signs assigns jsojong as 'the building on same
shall be nsed for the benefit of the
indigent and sick, of the colored resi residents
dents residents of Marion county and the per
formance of the several conditions in
said deed. ' ' ; "-
The board ordered that advertise
ment be made asking for bid3 to be
submitted on two leaning wheel grad graders
ers graders with eight foot blades.
The board adjourned to meet Nov.
The board re-convened 'Nov. 4th
with all members present.
Pauper allowance of Mary Sewell
was reduced to $5 per month.
Mary .Wingate was ordered placed
on the pauper list at $5 per month.
Bills .f or advertising were ordered
approved in amount of $7 and sent to
the trustees of the Dunnellon special
road and bridge district for payment.
The county judge delivered to the
board checks in the amount of $11.90
for payf of witnesses that have not
1-een -delivered, which were accepted
and ordered placed in the, fine and
forfeiture fund in the county depos
Applications were received for as
sistance from the palmer fund for
John Harmon and Annie Williams and
Mr. R. R. Carroll requested assistance
for William Koon. and all reauests
were ordered placed on the waitinsr
Mr. Wallace called in regard to
mving his fence off the right of way
of the Dixie Highway, which was re referred
ferred referred to Commissioner Davis.
The board ordered that time war warrant
rant warrant in amount of $5,500 be drawn
in favor of the depository for money
borrowed on road fund.
Notary bond of N. A. Russell was
; The board ordered that advertise advertisement
ment advertisement be made calling for bids for
building road from the Levy county
line to the finished part of road No.
2 of the Dunnellon special road dis
trict, with necessary grading, to be
built of crushed lime rock 10 feet
wide and eight inches in depth, un
relied, approximately 440 feet, and
bids for concrete bridge on Dunnellon
OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1920
ITALY AND JUGD-
Italy Seems to Hare Carried
Point in Spite of American
Washington, Nov. 11 The Adriat Adriatic
ic Adriatic question is believed to be closed as
far as the United States is concerned
by official announcement by the Ital Italian
ian Italian embassy that Italy and Jugo Jugoslavia
slavia Jugoslavia have agreed upon the boundry
line. The line will be east of what is
known as the Wilson line.
JOHNSON BOUND OVER
BY U. S. COMMISSIONER
Yesterday United States Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner D. S. Williams bound over to
the next term of the United States
court, Allen Johnson, : colored, on the
charge of robbing the Martel and
York postoffices some month s ago.
Deputy U. S. Marshal A. J. Brigance
arrested Johnson at Martel Tuesday.
Johnson being unable to furnish $500
bond, is now an inmate of the Marion
county jail. Upon looking up John Johnson's
son's Johnson's record the officers found that
he had recently been released from
the state prison farm at Eaiford,
where he served two years for lar larceny.
ceny. larceny. ; . : V .".
and Inglis road. Concrete
struction so much per yard.
vThe board of public instruction sub submitted
mitted submitted approved applications for
widow's pension as follows: : ;
Mrs. A. L. Newton, $8 per month
for six months; Drucilla Leath, $11
per month for five months; Edna
Ward, $11 per month for fire months;
Mrs. J. A. Carter, $13 per "month for
six months; Mrs. J. S. Parsons, $13
per" month for six months; Mrs. Sal Sal-lie
lie Sal-lie E. Wynn, $18 per month for six
months; Hector Morten, $11 per
month for five months; Carrie Stew Stewart,
art, Stewart, $11 per month for five months;
Mrs,R. M. C. Ward, $18 per month
for six months. Which approved ap
plications were accepted and approv
ed by the board and warrants were
ordered drawn as per above list for
two months,' being payment to Nov.
15th, 1920, and warrants ordered is issued
sued issued each month in accordance with
the above list.
Mr. A. B. Halsell was recommended
to the governor for appointment as
nark and brand inspector for district
No. 1 of Marion county.
.Petition, bearing 18 signatures,
was received asking road as follows:
Beginning at the sw cor of the nw
of se-of sec 31 .tp 17 s r 26 e, run
thence n on the center line of sec 31
to intersect with the road at Iinadale
school house, the same being at the
sw cor. of the nw4 of se& of'sec-39
tp 17 s r,26 e, and the following com committee
mittee committee was appointed to view and
mark out the best and most practical
route for same: C. A. Vaughn, C. A.
McCraney and F. E. Riley.
Petition bearing 19 signatures was
received, asking road as follows: In
tersecting with the Long Lake road
226 yards south of the ne cor of the
r.e of the nw of sec 19 tp 16 s r
25 e, thence w 400 yards, thence m a
northerly direction to the nw cor of
the ne of the nw!4 of sec 19 tp 15
s r,2 5e thence nor half a mile thence
w: one-quarter mile to sec 18, tp 16
s r 25 e, thence, n three-quarters of
a mile to the w side of sec 7 thence w
220 yards, thence in a northerly di
rection half a mile, thence w to Moss
Bluff and Grahamville road as near
ly on lines as practical, and the fol
lowing committee was appointed to
view and mark out the best and most
practical route for same: Harmon
Griggs, J. S. Martin, Joe Davis.
The county depository, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices
of the peace and inspectors of marks
and brands filed reports.
The following warrants were order
ed drawn to cover bills duly examin examined,
ed, examined, passed and ordered paid, towit
General f und, $3678.22; fine and for
feiture fund, $893.83; road fund,
$5626.45; state aid road fund,
Reading of the minutes was dis
pensed with until next meeting.
The board thereupon adjourned.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk, by T.
JJ. .Lancaster. Jr.. D. C
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner w
the state for 75c Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 174
REV. GREER RETURNED
Rev. J. W. Greer, who is pastor of
Saint Luke's church at Martel and
also pastor of Saint Philip's church,
has returned to his home in Ocala,
after spending thirty days with his
brother, B. C. Green, in Bolivia, N. C.
He was invited to preach in several
of the churches there, visited the
home of Deacon Munroe and was in invited
vited invited to preach at Zion Hill church.
Calling for Federal Control of Coal
.Industry, Declares Vice President
of National Association
Atlantic City, Nov. 12. No emerg
ency exists in the bituminous coal in industry
dustry industry calling for federal control of
he mines. Vice President Morrow of
the National Coal Association, declar-
d in an address her today. He said
he conditions causing consumers
trouble in obtaining coal and specu speculative
lative speculative prices is only a passing phase
of war readjustment and the remedy
ies hi improved transportation facili
ties, not regulation.
Washington, Nov. 11-The Nation
al Association of Railway and Utili-
ies Commissioners selected Atlanta
for their next convention.
T WILL BE OF LITTLE
IF ANY AVAIL
i (Associated Press) J
London, Nov. 11. Three thousand
unemployed men in Berlin stormed
he Lion metal works and established
a soviet, dispatches received here say.
THREE BODIES FOUND
i ON THE EL BIUNDO
y (Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 11. Three bodies
were discovered in the burned section
of the steamship El Mundo on which
nine men wer seriously injured yes-
erday when an oil tank exploded.
ANOTHER BREAK IN
PRICE OF SUGAR
New York, Nov. 11.-There was
another break of a quarter of a cent
a pound in raw sugar today.
tOBBERS HAD THEIR
TROUBLE FOR NOTHING
Columbia, S. C, Nov. 11. The ex-
press messenger s saxe on doutnern
train No. 36, containing $16,000 wac
thrown off by robbers at Sharpe, but
was recovered by the crew of a freight
rain before the robbers returned.
A WORTHLESS HONOR
(Associated Press) V
Chicago, Nov. 11. j-Ralph Green Green-eaf,l
eaf,l Green-eaf,l of Monmouth, Ills., retained the
title of world pocket billiard cham
pion in a contest here.
BOUGHT HOME BY HAMILTON
Santan Anna, Califs Nov. 11. A
bride weighing 725 pounds was
brought ohme by John H. Hamilton,
vho weighs 155 pounds.
The Book: Shop has secured a few
Victrolas for the holidays, but the
fatcory output is not enough to sup supply
ply supply the demand, so it will pay you to
get one while you can. Prices, $25,
$35, $75 and $150. November records
now on sale. ll-3t
BANDITS STOPPED AND,
ROBBED A BOAT
London, Nov. 11. A steamer pro
ceeding to Cork and Queenstown was
stopped by a shot fired from men in
boats and armed men boarded and
We always strive to please you at
Men's suits $25, $29 and $35 on
special sale at Walkley & Barnett. 2t
Hundreds of new children's books
at THE BOOK SHOP. 10-3t
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Flower bulbs at
the Ocala Seed
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 business
ness business is one of the best paying propo
sitions in the state of Florida. If in
terested, see A. T. Thomas, office 1-2
Holder building. Ocala, Fla. 11-6-tf
Discriminating buyers will be .de
lighted with EVER WEAR HOSIERY.
$1X0 silk socks at $1 a pair
Walkley & Barnetfa.
Committee Asks that Subscribers
Help Speed Things Up by
, Indicating Amounts
The drive for funds for the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade has pro progressed
gressed progressed satisfactorily but very slow slowly.
ly. slowly. The total sum subscribed up to
Wednesday night was $2326. This
sum has been raised in less than three
hours. The members of the com committee
mittee committee making the drive are among
the busiest men in the city. They
are giving such time to the work as
they can take from their businesses.
In view of this, and in order to com complete
plete complete the drive as soon as possible,
the committees asks that as many as
will notify the Board of Trade of the
amounts that they are willing to sub subscribe
scribe subscribe for the year. This will be of
considerable help to the committee.
A meeting of the Board of Trade
will be held as soon as the drive i3
completed for the purpose of adopt adopting
ing adopting a budget and program for the
The subscribers to date are:
George W. Chase. ;
Rogers-Wilson Realty Co.
N. L. Williams.-
George MacKay & Co.
1 H. A. Davies.
Marion Hardware Co.
Dr. Harry Walters.
Dr. H. C. Dozier.
Abbott & Luff man.
J. Malever. i
B. Goldman. f
J. Chas. Smith.
G. C. Greene & Co.
Ocala Seed Store, s : ;
E. T. Helvenston.
Ocala Telephone Co. -1
Gerig's Drug Store.
A. E. Gerig.
H. A. Waterman.
Rheinauer & Co.
A. E. Gerig.
H. A. Waterman.
Louis R. Chazal & Sons Co.
H. B". Masters Co.
C C. Balkcom.
Walkley & Barnett.
W. W. Qyatt.
F. W. Cook.
C. E. Simmons.
Ocala Auto & Garage Co.
Shady, Nov. II. Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Blair of Winter Garden, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Redding.
Mrs. E. H. Douglas of Weirsdale
spent Saturday night and Sunday at
home here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Little and Dad
Little have moved into the Smith cot cottage.
tage. cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Little lived in
Shady a few years ago and have
never gotten this sand out of their
shoes. They nearly all come back,
and "there's a reason."
Mr. F. G. Buhl is now a full fledged
member of the Ford association here,
having bought a brand new Ford last
week. May the number increase till
every family owns a Ford, for Ford
ing is fine for everybody.
Mr. J. C. Perkins is grinding his
cane, also Mr. win j-aic tms wees
and judging by the stacks of wood
piled up around the furnaces, we will
be having a cane grinding time in
Shady for a while, all about over the
We sincerely regret to hear that
Mr. Fred and Mr. George Buhl are
both sick with fever. Mr. L. L. Horne,
who was sick last week, is better.
Saturday afternoon at Golden Acre
a merry little group of boys and girls
assembled to celebrate little Dorothy
Young's ninth birthday. Soon after
arriving the children wer invited into
the dining room where Airs, oconng
bad prepared refreshments of cakes
and chocolate. The table looted very
pretty with its white centerpiece and
pink vine gracefully arranged on? it.
In the center of the table a pretty
birthday cake was lit up with nine
little candles and surrounded by fruit,
pecans, and chocolate candy other
cakes arranged most temptingly look looked
ed looked very pretty. After luncheon the
children enjoyed games till the sun
was almost set and left for their
homes wishing for Dorothy ever so
many more birthdays, each happier
than the last. Grown-ups enjoying
the afternoon with and the hospitality
of Mr. and Mrs. Young were Mrs. W.
T. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs, Berry Car Carter
ter Carter and Mrs. A. R. Douglas.
Dr. C. L. Collins of Ocala will
preach here Sunday afternoon at 3:20
o'clock. Everybody come out and
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips and
Master Brian of Ocala were Tuesday
afternoon visitors here.
Mr. B. J. Woods is home from
Weirsdale this week, digging his
The Calvary and Goin school teach-
atlers are in Ocala this week taking the
2tl teacher's examination.
VOL. 26, NO. 271
With Turkish Nationalists, Who for
the Last Ten Years Have Been
Their Bitter Enemies
London, Nov. 11 An armistice has
been signed between the Armenians
and Turkish nationalists, an Armen Armenian
ian Armenian communique announces.
Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION
Tomorrow afternoon about r 200 of
the older boys of the Y. M. C. A. will
arrive in the city for the Y. M. C. A.
convention. These boys are between
the' ages of 15 and 19 years and will
be entertained in the homes of our
city. Mrs. George Martin, chairman
of the hospitality committee, requests
any one desiring to entertain these
boys to call or see her.
FEARED NAVAL SEAPLANE
AND CREW LOST
Chicago, Nov. 11 A naval seaplane
with three men aboard is believed to
be lost on the lake.
RAILWAY TRESTLE BLOWN UP
Williamson, W. Va., Nov. 11. The
Norfolk & Western railroad trestle
at Thacker and a house of the Matta
Coal .Co. at Ajax were blown up this
morning. The state police are inves investigating
tigating investigating with bloodhounds.
FARM NOTES BY
THE COUNTY AGENT
The usual condition of the sweet
potato market at this time of year
now prevails. Nearly every farmer
has potatoes for sale and the market
can not take them as fast as they are
offered. The result is a low price.
"What can be done?" Nothing, but
to hold back the potatoes from the
market until there is a demand for
them. This means storage of the
crop until late winter and spring.
While it is advisable to have a
storage house for curing and "keeping
the potatoes, it is a fact that every
grower can not build one this year
and v that a large part of the crop
must be stored in banks as usual.
However, the annual loss from decay
in banks can be materially reduced if
proper attention is given to the best
methods of banking. The most im
portant point to be observed is that
of ventilation. Especially where the
potato hills are made out in the epen
and are covered with straw and earth
immediately after being, made. Ven Ventilation
tilation Ventilation can be. provided by means of
ditches across the bed cf the hill and
covered with boards, or by board
troughs. At the center of the hill a
box trough with auger holes, in all
four sides should be stood up on the
ditches. or board troughs to form a
flue. This flue should extend above
the top of the bank with a cover on
it and at the bottom an opening
should be made in the bed ditches or
troughs so as to let the air pass up
from the outside through the bed
ditches or troughs.
Where a shed is used to keep off
rain, good results can be obtained by
letting the potatoes remain uncovered
for two or three weeks lefore putting
on straw or dirt. If the weather is
cold, straw can be put on and then
removed when the weather i3 mild
enough. The idea is to let the pota potatoes
toes potatoes cure out before bting covered
permanently. Potatoes always heat
and sweat when piled up right after
being dug. If allowed to cure out
before being banked with straw and
dirt, ventilation is not so necessary.
"Thumps" in hogs has been report reported
ed reported on several farms during the past
two months. This is an old trouble
and before the treatment of hogs
against cholera by inoculation it was
generally considered to be either
cholera or lung worms and received
no special attention. Now, tho, it is
certain that it is no always one of
these troubles and hereafter will be
investigated thoroughly. At present
the disease is thought to be due
largely to digestive disturbances and
that the best treatment is to change
pasture, give salts or oil and feed
lightly for a while. From the fact
that only about two to ten hogs in a
herd become affected it is supposed
rot to be contagious.
Wm. A. Sessoms,
. County Agent.
GREENVILLE IS HELPING
IIER COTTON GROWElS
Greenville, S. C, Nov. .11. An Announcement
nouncement Announcement is made than a $150,000
pool has been raised by local merch merchants
ants merchants to be ready to lend farmers on
cotton beginning Monday.
50c and COc. fine lisle socks 35c at
Walkley & Earnett's. 2
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 111920
Ocala Evening Star
. f whisky still in his possession; $200 or
Oct. 16. Richard Jones, manufac
turing liquor; $200 or six months.
As we have a large and enterpris enterprising
ing enterprising Rotary Club in Ocala, it will be
Arrests in some of the cases have well for the public at large to know
been made by the Ocala police, but the ten commandments of .Rotary,
most of them by the sheriff and his which were written by Geo V. Hobaxt
deputies. A11 have been tried before for the St. Augustine club, and print-
the county judge. led m the Rotanan: .
Beside these, there have been a : I. Thou shalt not worship Money;
Pabllnhed Every Day Exrept Soaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
H. K, Carroll, President
i v. I vfnarfMi(l. SrtrctarrTraarFr
j. if. BcBjambw Editer ; - InUmber of eases tried, jn 1 which itnei out tnou shalt Hold it, in nigh esteem
t I evidence while strong was not enoufirhllest m the midst of Assets-thou art in
Entered at' Ocala, Pla.. postofficej M tn convict, nrvl 4 the accused were I Liabilities. -'.. ; H k
Becona-Ciass maner. . ,., 1 TT T1,A ; cT,.W
in.rptfnr I ue constant sutcessiuu vjl aucom ucaus mjr viuci,Dw.ft m iraue anu
fiokiae office . .Five-One I ana xnais, wntn numerous cohvicuuhs, wucu uiun ruuutai. uui uj. xair-ueaimg
icuitoriai i Deaartmeat . .. .Two-rra have made tW moonshiners and boot- thou' also runnest out of busmess.
society iieporxer rne-ve j TTT TVA V,1 IrUl
frt nnoToto anI tlio ati amimce is I UDon thv neighbor's face
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MEMUWl ASSUtlAlai rn5 W crreatlvCUt IV. Thou Shalt not Covet tnv ro,Vn.
-he Associated Prest Is exclusively IV 7
bor's jitney, nor his talking machine.
entitled for the tise for republication of (down.
all news dispatches eremtea to u or
3X the 2r&bM&Tto. cers have been negligent have taken titled beer in their private catacombs,
au ngnu oi repuwucauuu "yjc... j, iudirment. which the ioregomg lor ne wno nnaem ume 10 covet is a
4im9thca herein ar also reserved. 1 jvt,......v, I , .. ...
- i i mnrn. ma rrr -v ivn.w hi ti j
ered the pathway to Oblivion.
MARION COUNTY'S VOTE j V. Thou shalt not steal thy
neighbor's thunder. Rather shalt thou
not otherwise credUed in this paper and !? W u.l "7. r.r r -:,r
DOMESTIC SUHSCRIFTION RATK9
One year, in advance 00
t?lx months, in advance ......... 3.00
tl Forget not that our Lower Price Sale continues until
i " January, 1921
Three months. In advance
One month. In advance
o Following is the vote in detail cast manufacture thine own thunder, for
in Marion countv Nov. 2: the Heavens are wide and there Is
invKiiTisiNO rates I ine nignesi aemwrauc tiawr wM -v ...v,.. "'"j uiac.
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Dintavt Plate 15 cents per Inch iot j. Rt Sharon, witii U4y votes: sine suan. uuuur my wame
consecutive Insertions. :Alternate lnaer-I. irr.v, TTnnff utHfh 2436 and thy Promissory Note that thv
nt iil HAna IVkmnntl. I wni t. .
tion charges on ads. that ma less than! The highest republican elector, was days may be long m the Land of Busi
lx. times cents per to h. -Special j W. Arphbald. : with 1232 votes. EeSS. ; : : i' c'- r
SasedSn 4-?nchC minimum. Less than Archbald was elector on both republi- VII.' Thou shalt remember the Lun
xour rnch es. will take higher rate, ijjwMte tickets. Sharon and Cheon Day and keep it wholly in mind
vr Xi Mt Wl II T A T 11 VT1 1 B H drl 1 TU1T1 nnniM'IU I f w
- Archbald faiilv renresent the demo- via. Thou shalt not be a seeker
iteasiatr Nefieeai 5 cents per line for CTatic an(j renublican strength in after Easy Money, for he who seeketh
S, hn' ?n;eS p oe char. Marion countv. showme the democrats Easy. Money iis a foUower of the Will
week allowed on readers without hav. a little over, two to one. V I W- the Wisp which leadeth into ;. the
wuibihuu , I nr. t-ll.-4.ni .l.n. VI JSwamn rf nMnnnH
TAr,i aderi!ftrnent!i ir leKBi raiEi. l lit; uitruea, ill v wiijm; cicului naa w-
Geo. W. Allen, with 163 votes. ia. inou snait view thy services
- .a ...... i ' I I a l .... 1 11
rmrvTvc nrmnn v . i ; Mrs. comm. -DrohiDitkon elector. vy wuiimuaiiy t ; pieasuraoie
v-w w ii a j .i.w ' '.li l ... ......
IN LIQUOR CASES received 61 votes. Mrs. llenn and oaraen ana inou snait not nna tnia
- v Mrs. Ilavs. socialists, received 50 and burden heavy, neither shalt thou drop
We have heard a cood many people 69 votes, resjectfully. Fred Cole was phis burden until thine eyes are dim-
criticise our county, and city officers high man oi tne, socialists, wiin 62 ,uc" T?" "K" weary in
V ,n 1,'H)A haa Wn no rt I vr.f P. IWell-dOing. s . :
..mno, fi mnnTniim trflffir- It is I For senator. Fletcher received I : nou shalt put thine own bus-
mm a Tfl .1.: Hnnnfl .Aa4 V-t I-T 4-U.- il.
ocUonf tlwf tlioes TtMri A nrn sJirllv I Zbbut UheneV. ta: Aiamn. 4o. IvlOCK, I Jcao 111 B4, uu.m wjr vommuuiiy
5nKrvflnf n trt xcht is oin-r on 47. calleth thee, thou shalt make answer
rniiri tpm A vpar rrt' t.hpre was I For cont?ressman. Clark ; receivedjand say. "The first ..shall be last," and
an epidemic of moonshining, and for 2513; Cubberly;:558; Case, 34. 5 yi, domg thisjthous a precept to
awhile the town fairly reeked with For governor, Hardee, mm; uay, ijr uuuur au amp iu ms xeei.
illicit liauor. It was. of course. ?jome790: Whittaker, 28 1 Van Duzer, 44.
little while before the ; officers could I For secretary of s state, Crawford, BIOSS BLUFF
even beerin to set the situation in 1 2518: Dyson. 654.
hand, but they were always woikmgl For attorney general, Buford, 1 Moss Bluff, Nov. !10.Mr. and Mrs
with it. and today we think we are 12404 : Gober, 719. Albert Fort and daughter. Miss Mar
justified in saying that not more than! For controller, Amos, 2505; North-JthafTort and Mr. and Mrs. Lightfoot
a tenth as much liquor is being sold Ir up, 536; McCarthy, 78. land family attended the fifth Sunday
here as a year ago. J For treasurer, Luning, 2452; Hunt, meeting at Anthony, -'Saturday and
We take the following from the re- 608; Ewmg, 60. , Sunday. 5 'They 'represented Harmony
cords of the county judge's court, be-1 For state superintendent of schools, Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
ginning Jan. 24 this year: W. N. Sheats, 2480; Junkm 683., Fort and daughter were guests of Mr.
tit 9AW Jif Rrranf mannfftl For commissioner of agriculture, and Mrs. A. S. Johnson while there.
'nrWlirmm-i Sinn anH.thrP TYinnthaJW. A. McRae, 2410; Hull, 444; Porter,i !- Mr and Mrs. Hornbeck and family
Jan. 29. Ed Wright, having fer fer-:
: fer-: mented cane juice or mash in hic pos pos-session;
session; pos-session; $200 or six months.
Jan. 30." Jake Hope, manufacturing
liquor, six months. C ; I
Feb. 27." Perry Edwards, telling
liquor;. $500 and six months. 1 I
March 4. Evert Hays, manufacr
turing liquor; $100 and six months.'
"March 12. Lee Bagley, having fer fermented
mented fermented liquor capable of bein dis distilled
tilled distilled in his possession; $100 or six
"months..- '. ". : -'iy : "'
March 16. Lewis Graham, manu-
f acturing liquor; six months.
r March 17. John Wess, manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing whisky; $100 and six months.
March 31. Van Pool, manufactur-
' ing liquor; sentence suspended.
April 7. Thomas Mabry,; Phillips,
white, manufacturing liquor; .$500 or
- six months. . ., ..v.
' April 10. Thomas Mabry Phillips
white, having a whisky still in his pos-
' session; $500 or six months. i
April 10. Thomas Mabry Phillips,
J : white, having mash capable of being
' distilled in his possession; sentence
April 10. Thomas Mabry Phillips,
white, having in his possession intox
icating liquor; sentence suspended.
April 12. Robert Paul Whitehead,
white, "having whisky in his posses possession;
sion; possession; $15 or 60 days.
. April 27. John Hail e, having in intoxicating
toxicating intoxicating liquor in his possession;
$200 and three months.
' April 27. John Greene, manufac manufac-"
" manufac-" turing liquor; $100 and six months.
June 15. Carl A. Priest, Arthu
Martin, Baker Keen, white, having
intoxicating liquor in possession;
Priest and, Martin forfeited $50' bond.
.April 16. E. P. Wheeler, white,
transporting liquor; $200 and 60 days.
April 25. George Stuart, having
whisky in his possession; $200 and
. three months.
June 30. Durham Grice, having
mash m his possession; six months
. July 15. Curtis Turner, being in intoxicated,
toxicated, intoxicated, $10.
July 20. Will Thomas, being intox
icated; sentence suspended.
: July 24. Tom Wright, selling
whisky; $200 and three months..
July 21. Mary Blunt, having in in-toxicating
toxicating in-toxicating liquor in. her possession;
i $200 or six months
July 30. II. L. Montgomery, white,
being intoxicated; sentence suspended.
Aug, 6. H. L. Montgomery, white,
having intoxicating hquor m his pos
session; sentence suspended.
Aug. 4. Wi P. Ware, having intox
icating liquor in his possession; six
; months. .
Aug. 28. Frank Burch, manufac
turing liquor; $200 and 30 days.
' Aug. 31; ; Alice McLeod, having
masn capable of. being distilled into
liquor in her possession; $100 and 30
Aug. 31. Joe Wilkerson, having a
- whisky still in his possession; six
' months. i
Sept. 6. -II. .L,' Montgomery, white,
having liquor in his possession; sen sentence
tence sentence suspended. "
'( Sept. 27. Josephine Sanders, man man-,1
,1 man-,1 ufacturing liquor; $200 and 30 days.
. ., Oct. 16. Jim Redman, having
Men, W omen and Children's Ready-to-Wear
Clothing, Blouses, Coat Suits and Skits, Hats
$9.75; ip fl II
Ladies' Fall and Winter Suits
and one-piece .Dresses from
$ Displaying all the latest shades of Poplins, Serges, Silks
u: aim iiiuuimes.
64. ,' ; of Georeia-who purchased the High
For justice supreme court, Ellis,! tower place""some few months past,
2017; West, 2147; Marsh, 515; Pettin- arrived last week'to make their home
gin, au:'Axieufo. ,s j in our vicimiy. ;'.
For railroad commissioner. Wells, 1 Mrs. Mary Mock was the first
2327; Crom, 577; McDougal, : 43; j white woman to cast a vote here
Baird, 55. v I Thirteen white women voted in our
For representatives, C. W. Hunter, precinct. Some 6f the men failed to
2504; Nathan Mayo, ; 2450; ;( L. R.jgo to the polls, 'on account of the
Hampton, 450. f I "women voters Such men.
Comparing Hampton's vote with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wheeler,
thafr given to white republicans, it who were married last : Monday at
will be seen that he was slaughtered Kein;' N. H., arrived ; Saturday and
by the white members of his party will spend the winter here with the
and also a number, of colored men former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
nnist have voted against him. He Wheeler.
had, for instance, not, a single voter J Mrs.' Carl Hightower and children
in Dunnellon, where Archbald receiv-1 returned f home : Saturday : last. They
ed 79 A number of colored men voted j were accompanied home by the for
for Hunter in ; Ocala and a number I mer's sister, Miss" Sallie Morrison,
for Mayo at Sumraerfield. Rather who will spend several days here.
discouraging to a colored, man who j 4 Mr.' Oliver Fort is engaged In
wants office in Marion county. i grinding cane this week.
: For county judge, L. E. Futch, Mr. Thomas Griggs motored to
2482. ..f '-Vi J f ; s Sanford' Saturday last: He went es-
. For clerk circuit court, T. D. Lan- pecially to see his wife, who is spend spend-caster,
caster, spend-caster, 2488. ; irig th whiter-there with her mother,
For sheriff, S. C M. Thomas, 2512. Mrs. Weaver.
For tax assessor, W. L. Colbert, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort and son,
2497. 1 Oliver Jr., spent Thursday in Ocala.
For tax collector, W. W. Stripling, ; Mrs. J. S. Martin, Mrs. Otis Squire
2521. 'Strip led the county ticket. and daughter. Miss Mabel Squire were
For surveyor, W. A. Moorhead 'guests of Mrs; J. C. Pillans of Elec
OQ9Q .-.- : "i l-i-a Tnocrtotr ' rf'.t.
For superintendent of schools, H.j : Mr. Otis. Squire has his lumber
3. Shealy, 2474. h v here now2 and will soon begin to build
For, county commissioner, first dis- his 'dwelling -house and store, which
tnct, R. B. Meffert, 1965; for A. S; will add much to our little town.
Pickett, 487. ,
For commissioner, second district, I ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Weathers, 2190; third, Clyburn, 2128;
fourth, G. A. Waters,- 2028; fifth, Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S-
John i. Talton. 2085. meets at the Masonic hall the second
For, members public school board, and fourth Thursday evenings of each
wht uary, ziyjs; u. k. veal,, zuya; m0nth at 8 o,clck.
A. J. Stephens, 2078. Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M. U
For the amendment 326. 1
; i aiuoau was ucvvmij 1
r. Against r me amendment zzuo
iieany. beveu iaj one. nPAT A TnnfiF TVn 58(5 B P n "P.
O 4. TTHtl 1 J XI- J 1 "I
i" l.li : TT J 1 x i ill
nciet, governor naraee me siaie ana na Tlrro TJft 9RR nnl
WWoplingthe. county. TThe I nd tective Order of Elks, meets
highest vote cast, was 2629 for Har- lfte second and fourth Tuesday eye-
G6C-.t i i. i At. TT? i ji.
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxlers and the Book
ri -. s j a.
onop, xio main street.
, : a Y. Miller, E. R.
E." J. Crook, Secretary.
, Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. -We're
lighting for QUALITY-not prices, tf
Cil to tenstoi
Our elegant line of Holiday Goods are in now
and open foi'syour inspection. Call early and
make your selection. .
Holiday Goods are Coming In Daily
WATCH OUR SHOW WINDOWS AND KEEP POSSED
Pr opiicf orBoz&sr
Raising the Family If Pa had onty watted untU Ma fintsh-i?
All WVS GO WTO v
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4 . . - ) ThVVli won junr .-f I r
I TOMMiAr BN TEU1N 1 I -7- I . . f V wvv- id,.w 1 I
M7 J L. .S LLl I
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 11. 1S20
8 -iSMHi i
Negotiable Storage Receipt Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.
MOVE, pack, ship
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
THE WHMMKS; MOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service li
Eecond to none "-'.--
f ... VV
REVIVAL AT THE I friends and relatives. Xiirs. nop Kins
METHODIST CHUKCHI will spena tne winter witu jar. ana
Mrs. I. k rank Haviland.
Large crowds are attending the re-j Mrs. R. L. Sumner and her mother,
vival at the Methodist church. Dr. j Mrs. M. a. .tneriage are making a
Eridgers has charmed every one who visit to Tallahassee this wee,
has heard him. His sermons are mas- Miss Mary Powers has had her
terful in thought and he holds his house wired for elctric light service,
audience from start to finish of his and so has her next door neighbor,
discourse. Miss Sarah Bosworth. J
ti; -.nWiif inst niorfit was "Fruits Mr. Louis Schmidt. 13 next in lis
of Repentance." He said in part, land says he has to have those good
r .onflninn.o will tnaVo rmf I TTelleview electric liehts to add to the
love his neighbor in a kind and help-comforts of his attractive little winter
' Mr. Sands Haviland has a brand
I new Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones and fam
ily, who have been spending the sum summer
mer summer with Mrs. Mary Fogg, have
moved into their new cottage on their
farm north of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Abshire of
High Point, N. C arrived last Tues
Hsv and ami vmitiner with Mr. Ab-
shire's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Abshire. '': -"
The members of the B.Y. P. U.
thought they were aiming high when
they set out to make 5100 on the Hal-
lowe'en party. The linotype man was
evidently bo impressed with the
greatness of the occasion he rattled
us off credit for one thousand dollars.
Now everybody in Belleview knows
I this was a mistake, but for the beneht
of the outside world we make this
ROBERT f.l. MEYER,
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J. E. KAVANAUGH
. j ,.;
Store ol Quality
Efwm m mi m m psf yr f fff fliW'f f
1 tJ EZ3 EjI ImS 1 wal LmI
,ColdS; &, Eiosidsclis
"For years we have used Black-Draught in our family, p
mA t Vtoxrtu rtotro frtttnrl snv tnHir?n that VnW fslf f iiZ EH
place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyvilie, Tenru Mr. Sta- Q
n cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black- j
Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house-, rj
lirtli-f ca in tha nmmnt frpitmont nT mnnw iirrif 11 IS Tfl nrc- rzz
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I OCALA CHAPTER EASTERN STAR
t.4.. i.Anc fohia: Hp will nav I Assists in Installiag a New Chapter
wile uaj o uvuvu. x it
t.t r fnr Km. Tt will! t Dunnellon
119 glWU J V vww
also Keep vie mwcuouip yv-i n
teerimr. Thirdly, repentance prevems .r;""
S from bearing false witness members of Ocala Chapter No.29.
alainst others. He dwelt at length Order Eastern Star, motored to Dun-
- j inenon. wnere xnev assisxea in insiau-
on ine sm ox biauucx. i. . . ir
tt t At. liner a new c hanter of that order: Mrs.
sill KroTfissor numtr ociiRiaa w -.-- ..
llanta, Ga, is; leading a large chdrusC. E. gJ
j ; KEEBil AM MOTCIE i
S General Repairing, J
Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease. j
! Wa ,,q dpniiine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00 j
SCRIP P'S'-BOOTH SIX i
Phone 252 t Ccr. Olilaivia tzi Qvzzzt j
Used Cars for Sale
; 1 $
' i r
vent them from developing into serious troubles.
!W A i
fTj deciarea. it is one 01 me oesi racuicmcs 1 cvci tuia ri
bi cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our n
li dollars ... 1 don't see how any family can hardly go with- U
out it 1 know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep U
in the house. I recommend Black-Draught highly and am Q
never witnout it. - s v f
At all druggists. ,:
r-i never without it" n
R Accept No Imitations H
i in nr
Mrs., B. F. Condon, associate matron;
Mrs. Fv G. B. Weihe, conductress;
Miss Julia Webb, associate conduc conductress;
tress; conductress; Mrs. P. W. Cook, secretary;
Mr "R.. P. Vfititrp. twjiRTjreri Mrs. J.
Bradford Webb, chaplain; Mrs. Lewis
lonce. marsnal: Mrs. lsanei vvesson,i;is
Adah; Miss Mary Bryce, Ruth; Mrs.
Ftmer DeC&mD: Esther: Mrs. B. 'C.
Webb, Martha; Mrs. Caroline Ritchie,
Electa j Mrsl Bryce, warder; Mr. R. Ei
Yonge, sentinel; Dr. K. J. Weihe, act acting
ing acting organist; Mrs. K. J. Weihe 'and
Mr. 'Br F. Condo.
The officers of the new chapter
were impressively installed by Grand
Patron Caswell E. McMullen. grace gracefully
fully gracefully assisted by Mrs. Lewis Yonce,
Grand Adah, ot the Grand Chapter,
acting as marshal. vV
After the installation; the members
rP rt.o1a nUarrt-af tVion t-nntc trio
stations and exemplified the work for f
the benefit of the new chapter, which :!:
was greatly enjoyed and appreciated
TO. A. TINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished .Free
Phone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St., Ocala
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
, Careiul estimates made on all con
tract "work. Gives more and better
work fr the money than any other
contracior in the city.
. FOR SALE
1 LARGE LUE GIM GONG
. Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
: For all Classes o! I
: Stone, Brick, Wood 5
; and Concrete I
I J. B. nicCasMII j
by them. When the ceremonies were
concluded a delightful repast was
orchestra. .1:. j
There are two services daily, 10 to f ""U2L 7" :
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Keporter. & j
CLINICS IN OCALA new 5?S"rt 0" raaf on
I Mrs. Mittie Wilcox: associate matron,
At the invitation of the Marion --V1?
County Medical Society, Dr. T. Z. Titcomb, an .J0.
Cason, of Jacksonville, and a member been master of the. Masonic lodgj
of the state board of health will- hold twelve times.- conductress, Elizabeth
clinics in Ocala tomorrow. : Brooks; associate co J
A clinic for white people will be Killer; seretary Vera. Ammons;
held?in the rooms of the f Woman's treasurer, Louise Hall; chaplam, Zura
Sub m the afternoon from 1 to 6 S,
o'clock. j- One for.. the colored people nai,
will be held in the Metropolitan Bank wSiT CE
building in the morning from 9 to 12 Mmme Fienberg; Martha, Rose Fein-
, u"t bers; Electa. Evelyn Mcintosh; war-
0 cioc. v. v' der. Alice Starline: sentinel, F, W.
.,v wwh r,Va r,rtf t?ii1 o I Johns: members. Sisters Sherouse,
good recovery f roni influenza are I Craber, Mizuiift Feinbe, ykea
rotnttend. UnV Hams, Murray. &Mrtz, JohM,
IDr. Cason did special tuberralosis Baybuj Jomon; Brouera Mer Mer-work
work Mer-work for two years in the army,He Ugg. Craber; l'e, L. A
13 conneciea wiui me muciiuwow - ;.
Thalgott, Sam Feinberg, Swartz and
To the Buying Pu
WE wish to thank the buy buying
ing buying 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, Fanners9 Exchange Store
which will be under the man management
agement management of BAXTER CACfJ, who
they have employed to con continue
tinue continue 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 disturb-ane'e
ane'e disturb-ane'e whatever in our regular
customers accounts, either in
or out of town. We will fill
the orders and make deliveries
just the same.
V- ? r Very truly,
t . BAXTEH CARN,
. i. i..iuiinii
J. D. SPENCER
Phone 44S. 723 Wencasa St.
dispensary in Jacksonville.
, Notice Is hereby given that under end
by virtue of final decree of foreclosure
entered on the third day of November,
rns in the circuit court of the iPiftti Belleview, Nov. 10. Our nortnern
it iASS. MenAB are coming in every day.
Wnerem Jiaigarci jrit"u( muivug . -----, - ...
,piamjit, ana m .yie r 1 and Mrs. Louis Schmidt or uanoury,! westover nas purcnasea me cuuwew
j-Mimott etklTZr Conn. : They have opened their at- store room and dwelling owned by Mr.
defendants, that I, the tmdersisBed i tiactive shingle bungalow and expect I John Pasteur of Ocala and .will tern
special master in chancery appointed I j 6 & mMCnn u a hrAr honae as soon
by the court in and lay eaia aecree ioiio spenu tue ciuuc mui. cww... ---
execute the provisions thereof, shall u-gg Ellen F. Bush came in Monday I as he can secure a good -party to
offer for .sale end i sell at -public f And Mrs. Emma Rev- take charge of it. Mr. Westover will
Lake Weir, Nov. 10- Mr. W. J.
. Just Arrived
Fresh Car of Apples
Will sell at a
A. C L. FREIGHT DEPOT
to the hurhest no est owaer ir can iruia- v.ukhw f I . "TV ,y
in front of the south door of the Mar- j nos fr0m Cincinnati, O., arrived the! continue business at .his old place and
ion county court house, in Ocala. Fior-i nloRsantlv locat-lbuild an addition to his dwelling he
SMAUV J -MrJJ vw j-.--
ed at the Lake View House. : I now occupies. v
Mrs. Frank E. Martin ias returned I Mr. Wiliam McGahagin has just
x viii w -'ir' w -TZ I vvui;iv vxa mac w. Mr I
country home near West McHenry,to Mr. Littlefield of nimois, who with
Illinois. t ; I Mrs. Littlefield and hersister,' Miss I
After lull in social activities for I Rrtweit arrived a few davs asro to
Bloaday, tke th day of December, A. D.
.between the hours of 11 o'clock a, en.
and 2 o'clock p. m., tae.roaowme
aorlluil lands situated Ud bill W
Marlon county, Florid, to-wlt: ;
Ne or nw: oi nw; .w
w4 of section 16: se of se ana
also 12 feet for road on west sia oil ; "-" Tt Sw ,r 'TtZVi.z:
ne& of e, of section is; aiso com-ja coupie oi weeKs, ine o. x. sr. u. maK& tneir permanent norae nere.
Fresh fruit orangeade made from
the good old Florida oranges at the
rVinrf Pharmapv. 9-St
ner on the east line of the aorthweat s , v? ..
quarter of the southeast quarter of 1 time it will be an old fashioned apron
section is nownsnvp 10 soma as
east ana fun nortn 3su yaras 10 noriJ
east corner, thence run west 440 yards.
thence south 330 yards, thence f. east
440 yards to point ox Degm-
nlng; also sw of nw nc section
9; nw of ne; nw or tne w 05
ne of section 18; e of w; -of
nwV and wj 01 ne oi section u
of said lands In township 1 aoutn,
range 24 east, in Marion county. Flor
ida, or so -roucn tnereoi as na.jr wo
necessary to satisfy said final decree
and costs of said suit.
Special Master in Chancery. r
p" R. HOCKER, . 0 A
Complai n mobou cuor. -u-t-H-mut
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. Gyatt,
4-tf City Tax Collector.
'i Only one drink served in each cup
at Gerigra Drug Store.
and necktie party at the Lake View
House, with Miss Hilda Monroe as
hostess, Thursday evening, Nov. 18.
Every one cordially invited.
Rev; Martin of Island Grove, gava
two very intersting addresses at the
Baptist church last Sunday.
Mrs. R. L. Sumner is enjoying a
visit, from her mother, Mrs. M. A.
Etheridge of Parrish.
Mr. Tom Hames and mother, Mrs.
J. T. Hames motored to Crystal Rrver
last Tuesday. t
The EDworth League pound party
given Friday evening at the league
park was quite a success, ine young
folks turned out in a goodly crowd,
and after games wer played, the many
rounds that had been donated were
opened and there was a great plenty
. Mrs. L. L. Hopkins came in last
Friday from Danbury, Conn., where
the has spent the summer with fcer
Mr. Woodward Yonjrue has opened
up a neat stock pf groceries in the
new building he and his brother, Joe
have iust comnleted for a store and
town hall.' "Woodie" is a live wire
and very popular with a wide circle
of friends who are so pleasantly en entertained,
tertained, entertained, while waiting forthe mail
every afternoon. We predict he is
cn the right road to a successful bus business
iness business career. '-'
Mr. Thomas Russell. merchant at
Lake Weir station, with his family
will move further south, where he can
co into business on a larger scale tnan
formerly. Mr. Russell and family will
be greatly missed in church and social
affairs being one of our most sub substantial
stantial substantial citizens and goodmerchants.
The Fosnot brother are busy haul hauling
ing hauling fruit, from the island groves to
the Seaboard dock for shipment to
carload lots. They will ship a hun hundred,
dred, hundred, cars and perhaps more this sea season
son season from the famous island groves.
: We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
j the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S. TKIES AND TUBES
Exclusive Aocnls for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Ho. Gsanislee
' An Up-to-Date Battery Serrica Stallca
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage witb
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .
GASOLINE, OILS AND GEEASE.
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?' but the stone endures for ages.
A well executed monument if
the only last memorial to the
.memory of those gone before.
Our designs are varied both in
ideas and prices. You can select
a stone here that will do justice
to the memory of the departed
for a very moderate sum.
iRccd the "Ads." Yon T.VIU Find tinny Darcapia
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, NO VE3IBER 11. If 20
If you have any society items,
phone to five-one. it? .
Temperature this morning. C6; this
"Victrolas at The Book Shopll-3t
"Mr. W. E. McKay Jr. of Coleman
ia a visitor in the city for a Jfew
Double recleaned seed oats andrrye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
Mr. Frederick I locker returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a brief business visit to
Gerig's Drug Store has instituted
"individual service" at its soda' foun-
tain. ;'' 'a 29-tf.
Mrs. B. F. Morrison has returned
heme from a pleasant visit to her
mother at Fort McCoy.
" When you 'get ready for your
SWEATER and LONG COAT, re remember,
member, remember, your dollar goes furthest at
FISIIEt'S.; c-'j f- f ;. 111-3t
; Mr. "Si' Perkins, after a month's
absence from the city on business
down the east coast, has returned
home. i. j. ,t v .x
50c. and COc fine lisle socks 35c, at
Walkley & Barnett's. : -; w f 2t
Mr. and Mrs. H. McNealy after a
several months stay, in the city, have
returned to'their home at St. Peters Peters-bury.
, W. K." Lane, M. -D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose, and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
pcala, Fla. tf :
Alfred Hicks, the wounded negro,
who escaped from the colored hospital
jtt?ght before last, has "not been been
'arrested. ?U u;-. .'- ri'r
Pure sage and red pepper ground
or, whole for sausage. G. C. Greene
'ft-Co., Ocala., Fla.fi4 ff't
" f' '""
Mr. Osco Zewadski spent yesterday
in. the city, a guest at'thehome of
hi3 aunt, Mrs. Walter, Hood. J Mr.
Zewadski was en route to his home at
Tampa from a business visit to Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. . ; wV-'y.:.r,viAv.
. :!' in r
Capital Stock $500,000, Par Value $10.00
- ' ;. ,i. ' i
:H. M. Bennett, President. "Arthur T. Wiluams, Treasurer ;
: r Odum utler, Attorneys.. : I
Advisory Board Twenty-one men elected from the most
It pibmirient bankets-und
The above company has been organized through ; the Co-operation of i
Bankers; Cattlemen, the Florida Development Board, Chambers of Com- (
"merce and Boards of Trade of Florida for the purpose of assisting in the f
development of the Cattle lindustry of the state. ; t:
Preparatory to this action, laws for the protection of investors were f
, enacted last winter. ;
t The president, Mr. Bennett of San Francisco, Was induced to come here
i by Jacksonville bankers He has been active in the : management of the
Great! West Catjtle Loan Company4 of San Francisco, and is interested iri:
pother companies in this line. ; j f. j r
; The treasurer, Mr. Williams, is a
l,man, well known throughout the state.
?, The conduct of the company will. follow that of the cattle loan com companies
panies companies in the,west, and. is fully setforth jin U. S. Government Bulletin
, No. 764,, Department of Agriculture, entitled, "Cattle : Loans arid their
Value to' Investors." ??: -'V: ;.,Vi "i 1
Cattle loan companies have aided the industry in the west during
if the past 10 to 15' years. iThey have all been financially; successful and the
v stocks very closely held. Many companies have been organized by bank
- directors in order, to meet requirements which the banks were unable to
care Tor5.. They have paid large returns' to stockholders and hestocks
are readily marketable ats good premium.ii .f :-'i y.
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The t state of Florida possesses climatic and other conditions more
ftvorable'to cattle raising 'than "any western state and the establishment ;
' of this company means the: consistent development," of tone; off the largest,
industries in the state. vFflur-fifths of the acreage of the state is better
adapated at the present time to this 'interest than to any 'other line of ag
riculture. -. t.
p. .: '' ? ?i $ I s'flj '' :r ; : : "';.'.
j More than two hundred letters from cattle raisers have been received
' endorsing the proposed work of -the company. Applications already re-
ceived for loans assures the. company of large earnings from the first .'
y year's business. '"'-- I ; 1
: The Federal Reserve Board and Bank Commissioners recommend the
r; purchase of cattle loan notes by banks
' - ..V ;' -' -. : v -"- J"
, These conditions; and the able management the company will, have
, give, assurance of one ofthe safest investments which can be" made at
the present time. ';.-.T--.-r
till i lilt is a rare oppdrtiihity -which affords thesecuring of an investment
meeting the approval of the" banking interests as is the case with the V
shares of the Southern Cattle Loan Company. 4
Mr. George Wv Chase treasurer
Lime Co., Ocala, has been authorizedto
Subscription price twelve dollars per share, the premium giving sur-"
plu3 for organization expenses so that the company will begin business
with full capital. v f 1
"The terms of subscription are OEe-fourth cash, and note for balance,
without interest, due February 1st, 1921. If more time is taken after
- Eebruary, 1st, interest s is added at rate of 7 per cent per annum.
Further information if desired will be furnished by personal call or
v- by -man.
Virgil Randall, the1 brave young
soldier, whose body is expected home
every day; : was the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Randall of the Conner and
Grahamville section, and the nephew
of Mr. Pat Randall of Conner,
vr -His boyhood days were spent by
and on the Oklawaha, and he had
barely attained manhood when called
to serve his country.
He went to the training camp Sept.
19, 1917, being among the first of the
selected men to go. He served in the
106th Engineers, arriving in France
in September, 1918, and in time to do
good service during the last fierce
weeks of the war.
"Having come safely thru much dan danger
ger danger and hardship, he was killed in a
railroad accident in France, April 17,
His body is expected home ohevery
train and it is the desire of his com
rades of the A. E. F. and the people
of the county generally that it will be
laid to its final rest with every honor.
Double recleanea seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf
Mr. Tom Randall of Conner was in
to see us yesterday. Like many other
Oklawaha boys he served in the navyt
during the war.- f J; i 'Jf.'C
Prepare for FAIR WEEK; Get a
nice STREET HAT. New lot just re re-ceived
ceived re-ceived at FISHEL'S. Ili3t
If you haven't tickets to the 'mas 'masquerade
querade 'masquerade ball by the American Legion
at the armory tonight; there are a few
at trie Conrt Pharmapv. L'-Jt
? Fink's "Detroit Special" overalls,
$3.50 grade fori $2.50. Walkley : &
. ; :;h
Dickisori Chapter, U. D. C, will
meet tomorrow7 afternoon at 3:30
with Mrs. R. B. Bullock. A full aU
tendance is desired. i V.
r; Fresh fruit orangeade made from
the good old Florida oranges at the
Court Pharmacy. ,-', 9-St
If any of the churches have Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Day programs for next Sunday,
tbe Star will, publish them if they are
sen1! in by a. m Saturday. :c :
Mrs. W. T. Cole, who has been with
her son, Mr. Harry Cole at Marianna,
for some time, has returned to Ocala
for a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Harris McAteer' and family. j
cattlemen of Florida, :
of the Florida Soft Phosphate &
receive subscriptions for the
Yesterday afternoon,, Mrs. William
Parker entertained a number of lit little
tle little folks very delightfully in honor of
her daughter, arah's fourth birth
Early in the afternoon the invited
guests arrived, each with a dainty
little gift which they cheerfully gave
the young honoree and who was just
the happiest little miss in all the town
by the, attentions bestowed upon her.
All sorts of lively games were
played for a. time? and assisting Mrs.
Parker m making the afternoon a
merry one .were Mrs. A. S. Burgess,
Miss Lenora Colby and Mrs. Sam
Phillips. .. j r
Ini the dining room, which looked
like a fairyland, being ; elaborately
decorated in pink and white crepe
paper and pink and white flowers,
the young guests assembled for re refreshments
freshments refreshments and to cut the birthday
cake. The cake was beautifully trim
med and ornamented with four light lighted
ed lighted candles, which the, little tots had
a big time extinguishing. ..The color
motif, pin kand, white, was also car
ried out in the refreshments of ice
cream and-cake. Pink and white bas baskets
kets baskets which contained tne came color
candies, vwere; given to each guest as
a souvenir of this happy occasion.
Just before departing an apple hunt
in the yard ended this much enjoyed
and pretty party-
Men's suits $25, $29 and $35 on
special sale, at Walkley, Barnett 2t
Mrs. S. H. Blitch and daughter,
Mrs..Fant, and little Leone Fant, of
Blitchton, and their guest, t Miss An Annie
nie Annie E. Stephens of Palatka. were in
SliO silk socks at $1 a pair at
Walkley ? &t.BarnettV,;. , 2t
Mrs..,P-,V. Leavengood, Mrs. H. "W.
Tvcker and: Miss ,Ixuise Spencer
were among the Ocala people who
motored to Palatka this morning for
the Armistice .day celebration.
Don't forget, children's Dook week
ai next.weeK at 'inj!J iiuuii. nuf,
j Mrs .David Oonnor who ,'has been
critically ill for the. past month, is re
ported no bettefjtoday and her recov
ery is very doubtful. Tne many
friends that this estimable- woman
has, made i since her .residence in the
city, are. much grieved to learn this
sad news. t ."
Mr and Mrs." H.J. N. Wells after a
several months visit in the city left
this afternoon for their home at Chi
cagbr Mr., sand .MrsI 'Wells have on
several occasions visited Ocala and
the. friends .they made hope for an another
other another visit ,frbm them at an early
All the new Wilton Bradley books
for children at: THE BOOK SHOP
durine children's book week. 10-3t
;;Mr. A. L." Wilcox, who' has for the
past few years successfully conducted
a seafood store in Duhnellon.has seT
cured a location in 'Ocala and will
shortly, open one in .this city. It will
beM an exclusive seafood market and
everything of .tliat nature iri season
wuue &ejJi Mil iitxuKi,
No J ear ; of germs when you drink
at Gerig's brug Store- k 29-tf
-Mn' and Mrs. Clarence, Camp wil
eave Saturday" 'for "a two weeks pleas
ure visit in New York city and while
there 'will 'be' guests at the Waldorf
Astoria. Their daughter, Miss Nettie
Campi wh6 is visiting friends in the
north, will join,' her parents in New
ork city; during their stay there. j
Don't fail, to' visit the Guarantee
Clothing' '& .Shoe 'Company. Every-
hing we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUAHTYnot, prices, tf
Governor-elect Tom Hardwick and
Mrs. Hardwick of i Georgia, were visi
tors in town yesterday and registered
at the Harrington Hall. "They were
on an automobile trip to St. Peters
burg and while in the city were the
recipients of several social attentions
from their friends among our citi'
Have 'your 'mirrors re-silvered. All
work guaranteed' Ocala Mirror and
Plating Works, Yonge block, Ft. King
avenue, phone 504. i 7 9-tf
'fin: :i ,. .... . y
i Armistice day is .being: celebrated
iquietly. '. Most of the stores are closed
in compliance with the mayor's proc
lamation, -which was issued about 10
o'clock,: Some, of: the ex-service men
a re appearing in uniform, tho the
weather is not: conducive to any dis display.
play. display. The American "Legion ball at
the armory begins at 8:30, p. m.
The game, between the Ocala. high
school, football team anid .the high
school team from DeLand, which was
to have been played last Saturday,
was postponed to this. Saturday,
when it will be nlayed at Hunter
Park, It r will be a most interesting
game and the Stat hopes there will
be a good crowd out.
Mr. W. P. Goodyear, who was con
siderably cut 'and and bruised in an
accident to a. truck at Newberry the
other dayV has returned home, bat
tered but yet in the ring. j
Tin 1 11 1 r 1 .1 1
; There is a good rain today, and the
farmers are glad.'
-w ' 11 1
' Theoad'to success is advertising:
S E CO N D-
GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
& .4 ... ...- f c ... -. .- .
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Ocala, Florida v
RED CROSS ACTIVE
; IN DISASTER RELIEF
When disaster hits a community
fire, flood, earthquake, explosion, bad
wreck or tornado the American Red
Cross can be depended upon to follow
light at its heels with help for the
Stricken people. Red Cross relief is
almost immediately forthcoming food,
Clothing, shelter and funds; doctors,
nurses and special workers with long
experience in handling similar troublf
During the last year, ending June SO,
there was an average of four disasters
a month in the United States. One
hundred and fifty communities in
twenty-seven states suffered. The
largest and most destructive of these
were the tidal wave at Corpus Christ!,
CTexas, and tornadoes In Mississippi,
Louisiana,, Alabama, Georgia, Ohio,
Indiana and Illinois.
In these events of horror 850 per
sons were killed, 1,500 were injured,
L3.000 were made homeless, about 0,
POO families needed Help, tne property
Pees was nearly $100,000,000 and al al-piost
piost al-piost $1,000,000 in relief funds, not in.
eluding emergency supplies was ex
, To the sufferers from all disasters
during the year, the American Red
Cross sent $120,000 worth of sup supplies,
plies, supplies, 110 Red Cross nurses and seven
special relief trains. To meet the
poeds of the stricken, the organization
set xu ten relief stations, operated
thirty food canteens and as many
emergency hospitals. One hundred
and twenty-five Rod Cross chapters
gave disaster relief service.
If disaster ever strikes this town
county, the citizens can he absolutely
pure the Red Cross will be right on
hand to help them in every way.
YOUR RED GROSS
Thb American Red Cross, by Ita
Congressional charter. Is officially
To furnish volunteer aid to, the
sick and wounded of armies In
time of war. In accordance with
the conventions of Geneva.
To act In matters of voluntary
relief and as a medium of com communication
munication communication between the American
people and their Army and Navy.
To continue and carry on a sys system
tem system of national and International
relief In time of peace and to ap apply
ply apply the same In mitigating tho suf sufferings
ferings sufferings caused by pestilence, famine,
fire, floods and other great calam calamities.
ities. calamities. : : :
To devise and carry en measures
for preventing these causes of
FOURTH RED CROSS ROLL CALL
November 11-25, 1920.
Send dues to your nearest local
chapter. .: ;
Insect Mother's Sacrifice.
The last act In the life of the female
cochineal Insect Is to lay a large num number
ber number Of eggs, upon which her dead body
.rests, protecting them from the burn burning
ing burning rays of the sun until the little ones
Mr. J. C. Lawton, commercial trav
eler of Jacksonville, has been m the
city visiting h 13, brother-in-law. Judge
Wm. E. Smith. :
Mr. and Mrs. Lang Goodyear, after
spending over a year very pleasantly
vt the Colonial, have gone to house
keeping in a cottage on the corner of
Wenona and Eighth streets.
T 0 MO BILES
Some real Bargains ior the
man who wants a used
car at the right price; .
Our Specialty Is
Cn your shoe bills by having us re rebuild
build rebuild your old shoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. ... KW .
MAZON t COl
. ..... -. r
Between Ten Cent Store and Cerig's
- s A. E. GERIG
:C. Cecil.. Bryant
Accounting and Anditlsg
I PHONE 332
0iHc You will enjoy the sights
at the Fair a great deal
'v4deal more if -your eyes
'JMf&k are properly corrected.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
; i .Eyecixht Specialist
PYLES a PERHINS
Foneral Directors & EmMlmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night
Y OCALA. FLORIDA
Arrival and departure of passenger
train at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jackaonrille-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 nm Jacksonville 1:30 era
4:05pm Jacksonville. ;. 4:05pm
- : Tampa Tampa-2:15
2:15 Tampa-2:15 aza Manatee- 4:05 pm
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee l:S5pm
4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. XL
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:48 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:43 am SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pa
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42am
4:45nm Gainesville 11:50 am
; j Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Use "Goodnight and then ro to
sleep; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug Stored
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
V miles from Ocala. Apply to owners,
Collier Brothers. SO-tf i
FOR SALE One sorrel mare, eight
years old; weight 950 pounds. Well
broke and good saddler." See R. II.
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 cr cr-ders
ders cr-ders 25 cents per thousand extra.
J. R. Davis Farms, Bartow, Fla. tf
FOR QUICK SALE One 1919
Dodge Touring Car. See Mr.
Sheppard at Lewis-Chitty Com Company.
pany. Company. 8-Ct
'OR SALE Three quarter of an acre
of cane for seed or syrup.' L. Fred Fred-eritze,
eritze, Fred-eritze, Lake Weir avenue, Ocala. t
WANTEDImmediately a lady sten
ographer. Permanent position, Ap-
ply at Ocala Iron Works. 6-2 1
WANTED Male bookkeeper. Apply
to B. Goldman. 8-Ct
WANTED A cook and dining rooni
maid. Apply at Marion County
FOR SALE Abruzzi rye seed, $3.50
per bushel. Anthony Farms, An An-;
; An-; thony, Fla. 4-t
WTOOD When you want wood, phone
566; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, Proprietor. ll-12t
FOR SALE Cauliflower plants. Bit
ting & Company. ; 11 -3t
WOOD Oak and pine, cut to ahy
length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell, Oak.
(phone charges paid.) ) 11-tf
WANTED Young man twenty-five
to thirty-five years old with suf2 suf2-cient
cient suf2-cient ambition to apply his efforts
in a manner that will carry him to
the top. Must know how to hand's
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. io4fc
Fresh fruit orangeade made- from
the good old Florida oranges at" the
Court Pharmacy. 9-Zi
Did you know our girls' dresses are
selling ridiculously low? Fishel's.llSt
Children's book week at The BOOK
SHOP all next week. 10-St
Have your mirrors re-silvered.! All
work guaranteed. Ocala? Mirrorf and
Plating Works, Yonge block. Ft. King
avenue, phone 504. 9-tf
The council didn't pass the ordi ordinance,
nance, ordinance, but we put in the individual
ervice. Gerig's Drug Store. D-tf
Fink's "Detroit Special" overalls,
53.50 grade for $2.50. Walkley
Victor records at The Book Shop. Zt
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