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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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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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OCALA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 273
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Bill Before' Congress to Restrict Im
i migration to Kin of Those
. Already Here ',

' (Asoo4ated Press)
I Washington Nov. 13. Congress at
its coming session will be urged by
the House committee on immigration
to restrict the admission of aliens to
close blood relatives of naturalized
citizens, Representative Johnson, the
committee chairman, said today.
COTTON MANUFACTURE WILL
BE CURTAILED
Washington, Nov. 13. The curtail curtailment
ment curtailment of cotton manufacturing was re reflected
flected reflected in the October cotton con consumption
sumption consumption statistics announced r today,
showing the amount of raw cotton
used for manufacturing last month
was only 399,837 bales, $he smallest
of any month in six years.
THE SHIPPING BOARD
The shipping board appointed by
President Wilson today consists of
Rear Admiral Benson 'of Georgia,
democrat, chairman; Frederick I.
Thompson, Alabama, democrat; Jos.
N. Teal, Oregon, democrat; John A.
Donald, New York, democrat; Chester
H. Rowell, California,' republican;
Guy D. Goff, Wisconsin, republican;
Charles Sutter, Missouri, republican.
; COMMISSIONER OF PENSIONS
; Frank D. Byington of Maryland,
has been appointed commissioner of
pensions.
TWENTY SECRETARIES HAVE
SAID IT BEFORE HIM
Secretary Daniels said the navy
department' would "go the limit" to
stamp out hazing at the Naval Acad Academy
emy Academy ariij midshipmen will be dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed if necessary to end the practice.
ABBAS TOUMAN
PILLAGED BY TURKS
Constantinople, Oct. j 18. Pillage
by the Turks of. the imperial Russian
waterjng place of Abbas Touman in
the Caucasus mountains, is being in investigated
vestigated investigated i here. A large quantity of
the furnishings and paintings belong belonging
ing belonging to the luxurious villas of this lit little
tle little city, where many of the aristoc aristocracy
racy aristocracy of Russia' used to pass i their
vacations, has been discovered in Con Constantinople.
stantinople. Constantinople. Some of these furnish furnishings
ings furnishings are in the palace of Enver Pasha,
formerly Turkish-war minister, on
the Borphorus, now occupied by the
French general staff.
i The pillage of Abbas Touman is one
of the untold stories of the rapacious
Turkish pashas and generals. Abbas
Touman is unknown outside of Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. Yet it was one of the little pa paradises
radises paradises with which countries lying
near the Black Sea are blessed.
Nestling in the mountains of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, it possessed one of the beautiful
and lengthy driveways for which the
Caucasus is famous. During the hot
summer months, the imperial Russian
family used, to pass a few weeks
among the pines of this rich center
of museums, villas and churches...
; Up the beautiful roads from Batum
to'Tiflis came in the spring of 1919,
Hhe Turkish' army, f olowing on .the
retreat of the Russian army, which
had gone bolshevik. The Turks were
amazed at the riches of Abbas Ton
man. The commandant of the 31st
brigade sealed up all the valuables
he could find. Then came the signing
of the treaty by which Abbas Touman
was left to Georgia.
,No sooner had the Turkish- com commander,
mander, commander, learned of this treaty than he
gathered up, before leaving, all .valu .valuables
ables .valuables and hurried them to Batum. He
notified Essad Pasha at Constanti Constantinople
nople Constantinople that this booty should be offer offered
ed offered to the sultan. Meanwhile, as his
-army withdrew, it is charged that he
systematically robbed churches and
convents and sent these treasures also
;to Batum. Two other Turkish com commanders
manders commanders are alleged to have shared In
the loot.
Finally, the three men sent their
"relative shares to Constantinople,
; when Enver Pasha demanded to have
j look at the three lots. As minister
of war, he took his choice and sent
some of the furniture and pictures to
Kouroutschesme, his marble faced
palace on the Bosphorus, where they
still' remain.
PREPARE CHRISTMAS
BOXES FOR SOLDIERS
4 Washington, Nov. 13. Christmas
packages for American troops on the
Rhine must reach Hoboken by Dec.
5 to insure delivery before Christmas
day, the war department announces.
They should be sent in care of the
general superintendent, army trans transport
port transport service, Hoboken.
Parcels for men- stationed in Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii and the Philippines -should
reach the depot quartermaster, Fort
Mason, San Francisco, not later than
Dec 5, while those for shipment to
the Panama Canal Zone and Porto
Rico should be in the hands of the
feeneral superintendent, army trans transport
port transport service. Pier 3, Army Supply
Base, South Brooklyn, NY., by No November
vember November 20th.
Packages for Germany must not
exceed seven pounds in weight, and
72 inches in combined length and
girth. Those to menjon duty in the
canal zone and insular possesions are
limited to 20 'pounds in "'. weight 'and
two cable feet in volume.,.-.

Wave of Bitter Cold Weather is RajJ-,1

idly Roiling This
Way
(A-woclatea Press)
Washington, Nov. 13. Frost and
freezing temperatures in the South
Atlantic and gulf states, except
Southern Florida, are predicted by
the weather bureau in its forecast for
tonight and Sunday. The tempera tempera-tares
tares tempera-tares will continue below normal r in
the western half of the country.
PENOCHLE OR POKER?
CAasociated Press,
Point Isazel, Texas, Nov. 13. Kept
off the fishing grounds by a cold
northern and virtually marooned on
the land side by impassable roads,
President-elect Harding remained at
bis seashore cottage today.
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MONTSERRAT RAN FOUL
OF THE SAN MARCOS
(Associated PressK
New York, Nov. 13. TheN Spanish
mail steamer Montserrat, from Cadiz
with 379 passengers, and the steamer
San Marcos, from' Galveston, were in
collision off Staten Island today. Some
of the MontserraVs passengers leaped
overboard and only one is known to
have been rescued. The San Marcos
continued to its pier.
Later. The Montserrat's agents
said she was beached safely and that
only one passenger who jumped was
injured.
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Fair Visitors Will V
Find Bigger and
Better Institution
New Buildings : Being Erected, and
Plant Made for Better Grouping
of Exhibits Nov. 18 to 27.
Jacksonville. When the throngs be begin
gin begin to stream tnrouga the gates of
the Florida State Fair here Novem November
ber November 18 to 27they will find a biggex
and better institution from every an
gle. Even at this early date, workmen
'are busy preparing building and
grounds for the reception of the ex exhibits,
hibits, exhibits, and later the crowds.
. Among the new buildings is an ad additional
ditional additional and mammoth live stock
buildng. This fair feature is making
tremendous forward strides, and it
was Imperative the fair management
make provisions to accommodate the
fever increasing number of exhibits.
; Last year it was necessary to turn
down many car loads of cattle and
wine because of lack of apace to
-properly house them. As it was,
many swine and cattle had to be
placed in tents.
Landscape gardeners are also at
work at the fair grounds, and from an
artistic viewpoint the fair will easily
eclipse the exposition of the past
' There will bejnany innovations tail
year ix grouping the exhibits wlt& a
view of showing them to the best pos
sible advantage.
la practically every department ad
ditional space will be provided for tba
exhibitors.
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YOUR RED GROSS
The American Red Cross, by Its
Congressional charter, Is officially
designated:
To furnish volunteer aid to the
Ick and wounded of armies in
time of .war, In accordance with
the 'conventions of Geneva.
To act In matters of voluntary
relief 'and aa a medium of com communication
munication communication between the American
peopla 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 eame in mitigating the suf sufferings
ferings sufferings caused by pestilence, famine,
fire, floods and other great calam calamities.
ities. calamities. To devise and carry on measure
for firvnt!na these causes of
suffering.
FOURTH RED CROSS ROLL CALL
November 11-29, 1920.
MEMBERSHIP FEES:
Annual, ...................9
Contributing ...........
1.CQ
5.00
Life 50.00
Sustaining 10.09
Patron .................... 100.00
Send dues to your nearest local
chapter.
To Restore Faded Ink.
When the Ink of old documents has
faded and It is desired to restore It,
this can be done by washing with any
of the substances that blacken on mix mixing
ing mixing with Iron Jnfuslon of nutgalls.
sodium-sulphide or acetic ferrocyanlde
of potassium, fo? Instance.

According to Tokio Newspapers, but
There is Doubt About Methods '-:
to be Employed

(Associated Press)
Tokio, Nov. 13The newspapers
here report that "the Japanese and
American governments have reached
fcn agreement in principle relative to
the exclusion of Japanese laborers
from the United States. It is asserted,
however, that there is disagreement
regarding the methods to be employ employed.
ed. employed. Japan, it .is understood, regards
the provisions for exclusion as em embodied
bodied embodied in the treaty to be humiliating
and would form an undesirable prece precedent.
dent. precedent. SUPPER FOR THE MEDICAL MEN
At the conclusion of the clinic meet meeting
ing meeting that was held yesterday in the
city, a banquet was tendered to the
visiting doctors by the Marion County
Medical Association last evening at
Hunter's restaurant, which was ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly pleasant. Preceding this
supper, Mr. Hixon, secretary of the
Florida tuberculosis organization,
exhibited moving -pictures scenes at
the hospital, showing diagrams of tu-
berculosis, while Dr. T. G. Cason of
Jacksonville," a member of the state
board of health,' gave an interesting
and instructive talk on the same line.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB
On account of several other enter
tainments the banquet that was to be
gwen by the Business Woman's Club
next Tuesday night has been post postponed
poned postponed until some time in December,
the exact date for same to be deter
mined at the next business meeting,
Tuesday night.
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tlT TOOK WHISKY TO
KEEP THEM AMIABLE
Prohibition Causes Many
Beat Their Wives
Men to
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Nov. 13. Statistics show
ing that complaints of cruelty to wife
and children increased 138 per cent
since prohibition are given in the an
nual report of the superintendent of
the Juvenile Protective Association,
which says men who formerly drank!
heavily have undergone a reaction ex-
piessing itself in surliness and abuse
of their family. Non-support charges
decreased.
BARGAIN IN USED FORD SEDAN
One 1918 used Ford sedan for sale;
newly painted. Ouick sale.
MACK TAYLOR,
13-3t Auto Sales Co., Ocala, Fla.
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Dont fail to visit the Guarantye
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
.Our cinnamon buns are savory and
palatable. Try a pan next time you
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It Will be One of the Biggest Days at
the Marion County Fair and Will
Include Field day for Children
Friday, Nov. 2Gth. will be "Legion
Day" at the Marion County Fair. On
this day Marion County Post No. 27
of the American Legion will take
charge of the gates, concessions,
grandstand 'and the maintenance of
order, and will stage an athletic field
day for the school boys and girls of
the county. It promises to be one of
the biggest daysof this year's fair.
Marion County Post No. 27 is one of
the livest in the state. On September
4 the post opened club rooms in the
army in Ocala with a public reception
and patriotic exercises. On Armis Armistice
tice Armistice night the post staged a masque masquerade
rade masquerade ball. The woman's auxiliary is
co-operating. The monthly meetings
of the post and the auxiliary will in include,
clude, include, a social hour and refreshments,
beginning Wednesday, December 1.
Membership in the post is increasing.
The legion committee in charge of
"Legion Day" at the fair consists of
R. Or. Sumner, chairman, Dr. C. W.
Moremen, Maston O'Neil, Robert Van
Osten and A. F. Parry. The chairmen
of the sub-committees are: Dr. More More-men,
men, More-men, concessions; Mr. O'Neal, gates
and grandstand; Mr. Van Osten, ath athletic,
letic, athletic, events; Mr. Parry, traffic and
order.
An announcement of the various
events of the field meet will be made
very shortly, and a list of prizes. A
letter will be addressed to the princi principals
pals principals of the schools in the county giv giving
ing giving the program for the day,- It will
be "Children's Day" at the fair, also.
GOING TO SEE THE GAME

Almost as Much Interest in Football
in Princeton as in Ocala
. I Associated Pressi
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 13. A van vanguard
guard vanguard of more than 50,000 spectators
overran Princeton today for. the An Annual
nual Annual Princeton-Yale football classic.
The line-up shows Captain Callahan
will play right guard for Yale .and
thus hot faceh is brother, who will
play center for Princeton.
BARGAIN IN UED FORD SEDAN
One 1918 used Ford sedan for sale;
newly painted. Quick sale.
MACK TAYLOR,
13-3t
Auto Sales Co., Ocala, Fla.
SHEETS
Best quality seamless sheets, 72 x
i)Q, $1.92 each; 81x90, .$2.09 each". Un Unquestionably
questionably Unquestionably big bargains."
B. GOLDMAN,
12-2t '.'Why Pay More?"
We always strive to please you at
FISHEL'S. ll-3t
Don't fail to 'visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & ShdV Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighiing for QUALITY not prices, tf
Get the habit of reading the ads.

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Thousands Suffer and It Takes a Doc Doctor's
tor's Doctor's Certificate to Obtain
Coal

(Associated Press)
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 13. A doctor's
certificate is required to obtain a ton
of coal here today, and with thermo thermometers
meters thermometers around 20 above zero, thou thousands
sands thousands with empty bins clamored for
fuel. A marked shortage in natural
gas intensified the demand.
ASKING EVERY DAY
FOR APARTMENTS
. Those who have rooms for rent for
light housekeeping are asked to notify
the Board of Tradel There is going
to be a big demand for furnished
suites of three and four rooms, ac according
cording according to the secretary of the board
of Trade, who had six applications
this morning for light housekeeping
rooms. There is a demand for apart apartments
ments apartments by families with, children. A
go,od percentage of the rooms listed
at the Board of Trade are listed with
the understanding that children are
rot wanted. It is already evident, ac according
cording according to the secretary, that Ocala
will have to. turn away winter visitors
just as it did last winter because of a
lack of accommodations.
There is also a demand for single
rooms and the Board of Trade would
like as many as possible listed. Those
who may have listed rooms several
months ago are requested to re-list
them in order that there may be a
check up of the Board of Trade list.
INTENDS TO WAIT
TO BE ASKED
Deutschland is Much Given to Holding
Itself Aloof These
- Days
(Associated Press)
Geneva, Nov. 13. "German
will
not make formal appliaction for ad admission
mission admission to the league of nations, but
would not ignore an invitation to be become
come become a member," said Dr. Hermann
Mueller, vice president of the foreign
affairs committee of the German
reichstag, in a statement to the Jour Journal
nal Journal de Geneve. ;
7 1 " "'
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 propositions
sitions propositions in the state of Florida. If in interested,
terested, interested, see A. T. Thomas, office 1-2
Holder building, Ocala. Fla. 11 5-tf
SHEETS
Best quality seamless pheets, 72 x
90, $1.92 each; 81x90, $2.09 each. Un Unquestionably
questionably Unquestionably big bargains.
B. GQLDMAN,
12-2t "Why Pay More?".
Discriminating buyers will be de delighted
lighted delighted with EVERWEAR HOSIERY.
FISHEL'S. ll-3t

Ocala Honored by the Presence of a
Couple of Hundred Budding
Citizen
The Ocala Rotary Club, backed by
the local churches, the Woman's Club
and many home folks, is doing a fine
thing in entertaining the third annual
Florida Older Boys' Conference,
which is now in session in this city.
These conferences are projects of the
Florida State Y. M. C A. and are
part of the vital work they are doing

for Florida's younger manhood. The
Ocala conference is arranged for the
benefit of boys in the section from
Tampa to Jacksonville, inclusive.
Other similar conferences are sched
uled for Miami and DeFuniak
Springs.
The Ocala gathering is an unquali
fied success. The attendance was
limited by those in charge to 200 dele
gates and the boys are on hand. Reg Registrations
istrations Registrations began early Friday after
noon at the Baptist church in charge
of Mr. W. T. Gary, Mrs. George W.
Martin, Mrs. Charles Sx Cullen and
Mr. Niel Ferguson.
One 140 delegates had registered
before the opening session Friday
night and many delegations came in
during the, first session, while others
arrived this morning. St. Petersburg
was here early with a delegation of
20 fellows and their adult leader. De De-Land
Land De-Land is here 23 strong with their
leader. Prof. B. F. Ezell. Orlando
had three carloads here last night and
three more cars came in. today. Tam Tam-pa
pa Tam-pa Plant-City and other Hillsborough
county towns had 22 on hand last
night and expected to go to 30 or
more today. Palatka had a food
crowd led by Prof. Cassels, formerly
of 0cala.
Winter Haven, New Smyrna, Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, Frostproof, Lake Wales and
several other towns had good crowds.
Jacksonville has one of the best dele delegations.
gations. delegations. The Tampa crowd had some
car trouble on the way, and part of
them were late in arriving.
. Y. M. C. A. leaderspf the state
present include, Messrs. Will F. Mc Mc-Canless
Canless Mc-Canless of Jacksonville; O. E. Maple
and L. F. Cilley, both of Jacksonville;
A. F. Turner and C. H.. Brown, Tam Tampa;
pa; Tampa; L. R. Reynolds, Datyona; Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Milam of Orlando and others.
The out-of-state speakers are Dr. J.
L. Kessler, of Nashville, and E. J.
Simonds, general secretary of the Y
at Havana, Cuba. j
. Conference Officers
The delegates in attendance elected
their own officers at the first session,
which was held in the First Baptist
church last night. Keen rivalry mark marked
ed marked the several contests and the nom nominating
inating nominating speeches were of the peppiest
sort. The election resulted as fol follows:
lows: follows: President, Ray Priest, Ocala, who
defeated Richard -Powers of St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. First vice president, Norman New-scm,-
Tampa.
Second-vice president, Ray Crain,
Orlando.
Third vice president, Chandler
Smith, DeLand.
Secretary, Ira Thornton, Winter
Garden.
Following the election, President
Ray Priest presided at the session last
night.. Each vice president will be in
charge during one session.
The auditorium of the Baptist
church was filled at the opening ses
sion, local people showing a fine in
terest in the conference and the visit
ing delegations making a fine show
ing. Addresses wer madeby Will F.
McCanless, who conducted the opening
part of the session, and L. F. Cilley,
state-Ysec re tary in charge of county
organizations.
The principal address of the eve eve-nning
nning eve-nning was given by Dr. J. L. Kessler,
of Nashville. Taking as his subject,
The Upward Climb," Dr. Kessler de delighted
lighted delighted every hearer. The boys heard
him with the keenest interst, and be it
known that it takes some speaker to
hold the attention of a big bunch of
boys. The eminent speaker is a mas
ter of the art of public speaking. His
delivery is .easy, graceful and effec
tive. He couched a mass of big
thoughts in the choicest language,
giving a great message to a great
audience. He urged that, in the "Up "Upward
ward "Upward Climb of life," his hearers do
three things take time, take the
right road and keep on.
The session this morning was held
in the Presbyterian church. It was
made up of group conferences, papers
by visiting boys and addresses by
Alex Lynn Jacksonville; Hy-Y in Our
School, Hubert Weeks, Tampa; and
Dr. Kessler.
This afternoon the football game
fcetween ucaia and ueiand was a
feature beginning at 2:30 and the
great chicken purlo supper and
speech-making at Silver Springs is to
follow this evening. Cars are proved
ed to carry the whole crowd to the
springs. Out there, the speeefc-
i making will be participated in R. L.
Anderson Jr., mayor of Ocala. Nat
Mayo, Summerfield, and Norman
Newsom, Tampa.
Tonight's session will be held in
the Methodist church and is open to
Secretary Simonds of Havana, Cuba,!

Being Sent by the British
Take Refugees from
Sebastopol x'
to
(Associates Press)
London, Nov. 13. Sebastopol is
being evacuated and the British au authorities
thorities authorities are requisitioning ships in
Constantinople to take refugees from
that city, says a dispatch from Con
stantinople to the Exchange Tele Telegraph.
graph. Telegraph. General Wrangel's situation
in northern Crimea is said to be des desperate.
perate. desperate.
PUSHED ACROSS PEREKOP
Paris, Nov. 13. The Russian soviet
fcrces have won control of the Pere-
kop isthmus, leadingi to the Crimean
peninsula, and the allied fleets, are
preparing to aid the evacuation of
certain districts, acpording to ad advices
vices advices received by the French foreign
office.
SYNOPSIS OF THE GAME LAW
In view of the fact that hunting
licenses are now on sale by the county
judge, we print the following synop-
sis of the game law:
The title of all wild birds and game
is vested in the various counties -of
th" state.
The following only are game bfrds:
Swan, geese, 4rant, ducks, rails, coots,
mud hens, gallinules, shors birds,
plovers, surf birds, snipe,, woodcocks,
sand pipers, tattlers; curlews, turkeys,
grouse, pheasants, quail and turtle
doves. x.
It is a $ 50 fine to catch, kill, or ship
or have in possession any game bird,
plumage, skin, eggs or nests thereof
except as provided by law.
, Open season November 20th to
March 1st following, for deer, squir squirrels,
rels, squirrels, wild turkeys, quail, doves, swan,
geese, brant, rails, coots, sand pipers,
curlews, snipe, ducks and plover. Un Unlawful
lawful Unlawful to kill squirrels in any public
or private park at any time. Nov.
20th to Dec. 20th following, for
pheasants and grouse.
It is $25' fine to kill mud heas, galli gallinules,
nules, gallinules, limicolae, commonly known as
shore birds, and woodcocks at any
time.
"It is a $25 fine to capture, kill or
injure any game bird or animal by
pitfall, deadfall, scafford, cage, snare, ;
net, salt-lick, blind pen, baited hook,
baited field, drugs, poison, chemicals,
explosives or similar device.
It is a $25 fine to catch, hunt or kill
any game bird or animal between
dark and daylight the following day.
It is a $25 fine to kill more than
cne deer, two turkeys, twenty quail or
twenty-five birds of any other species
in any one day. It is a $500 fine to
kill more than three deer, ten turkeys
or three hundred of any other game
bird species in one open season.
It is a $25 fine to barter, sell or of
fer for sale any game bird or animal.
It is a $100 fine to hunt outside of
your voting precinct without a license
and a $25 fine to change or alter a
license.
It is a $25 fine to transport within
or without thi3 state any game with
out a proper license. It is a $100 fine
for any common carrier to receive
such game for transportation.
The witnesses furnishing evidence
to convict for any violation of the
game laws shall have half of the fine
imposed.
Persons residing in the state
twelve months, and a bona fide resi
dent of the county, may, on payment
cf $1 to the county judge, receive a
"resident county license," a "non
resident county license" for $3 and a
"non-resident hunter's license" for
$15. No license good except in coun-
y issued. No license required of res
ident Confederate veterans.
County judge to have 25c, 50c and
$J respectively, for each license is issued.
sued. issued. Balance goes to county school
fund.
All grades of licenses shall be of
different color, contain a synopsis of
the game law printed on the back.
and shall be good only for the open
season or fraction thereof immediate immediately
ly immediately following their issue.
The sheriff is ex-ofScio game war
den and may appoint deputies in each
precinct.
will be the principal speakers. The
program for tonight and Sunday is
as follows:
Saturday Night
The conference will meet at the
Methodist church and the public is
invited.
7:15 p. m. Song and prayer serv
ice.
Address, "The Boys of Other
Lands" Mr. E. J. Simonds. general
secretary Y. M. C. A., Havana, Cuba.
invitations lor 1821 conference.
Address by Dr. J. L. Kessler.
Delegation meetings.
Sunday Morning
9:30 a. m. Sunday school at all
churches.
. 1 la. m.- Special church services.
Delegates will attend Sunday school
and church with their hosts.
Sunday Afternoon
2:20 p. ra. Leaders meeting.
3 p. m. Big mas meeting for dels dels-gates
gates dels-gates and older boys of Ocala.
Farewell service led by Mr. T71I1 F.
McCanless.
.Adjourn "sine die."

Ships



OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920

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a staunch Georgian himself, noticed

the Georgia label-on the car, and in

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ward to give the visitors the glad

hand. "I'm always glad to see Geor Georgians,
gians, Georgians, said the genial doctor; "I am
a Georgian myself, and was always
mighty proud of Georgia until she

elected Tom Watson and Tom Hard Hard-wick
wick Hard-wick a few weeks ago."

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The peroxide blonde seems to have
given way to the henna tinted heroine.

"The Confessions of a Bride" are

yet going, on in some of the papers,

The bride should be a grandmother

by this time.

This new red hair matches Indian

summers up north, but it is in start

ling contrast with the everlasting

green of Florida. -' -,

Now When we have women juries

the good-looking lawyer will have his

day. St. Petersburg Times.

, Don't know about that; ugly ma

and ugly dogs generally fascinate

women.

We daresay Joe Earman has suc

ceeded m mastering the art of chew chew-inc
inc chew-inc rahhape and sowbosom with his

store teeth. We see he is again fill-

ing his long-felt want on tne raim

Reach Post.
The Star is sorry to announce tha

the army recruiting station has been

closed. The Star has f Grind the va

nous recruiting officers pleasant men
to know, and has been glad to help

them all it could in their work.

NOTES AND COMMENTS

The Star office has received a letter

from Mrs. E. Van Hood, enclosing a

check for the renewal of her paper,

and saying that she and her daughter,

Miss Marguerite Porter, would feel

lest without the Star.

Mrs. Hood wrote very interestingly

of Longmont, Colo., where she and

Miss Porter are spending a year, the
latter being instructor in music in one
of the school there. The following
extract from Mrs. Hood's letter will

be read with much interest by her
many friends in the city:

We find the western people ex

tremely cordial and kindly. The
church folk, the club folk, the school

folk and the neighbors are so good
to us. The scenery is magnificent.

From my window towers a mountain

peak 1400 feet high, snow-capped all
the year round and just now a huge

mound of snow glistening in the sun.
It has been snowing for two days

past. I am glad to find it not so bit

terly cold as I had feared, and eve everybody
rybody everybody goes out in the snow without
a thought of staying in. This is be because
cause because the climate is so dry.
"Longmont is a very progressive
town of about 10,000 people, beautiful
for situation. It has seven factories,
the largest sugar beet factory in the
west being here, some handsome
homes, fine public buildings, two love lovely
ly lovely parks, five school buildings, three
railroads and apparently lots of mon money.
ey. money. But Ocala will look good to us'
next fall when we return."",

A democratic contemporary sug suggests
gests suggests that the newspapers cut out-all
the slush about Harding's golf, tar tarpon
pon tarpon fishing, etc., etc. We might sec second
ond second the motion if we didn't know said

democrat, contemp. would be printing

columns of slush about Cox if he had
been elected. We have taken much
interest in the public acts and utter utterances,
ances, utterances, of eleven presidents and presidents-elects
from Grant to Harding,

but have cared very; little about any
of their personal, acts and utterances.
But the public evidently does, or the
big news agencies would not gather

and send out such information.

Tom Taggart, Murphy and some of
the other incubuses of the democratic
party are talking about getting to together
gether together to reorganize said party. They
hould spare their trouble, which is
not entirely unselfish. The democratic
-nartv has been defeated, but not dis-

C if
organized. .
v The one man who starved himself
in Brixton jail attracted more atten attention
tion attention than all the starving millions of
Europe. Tampa Times.-
He didn't attract any American
millions x of dollars like the really
needy Europe and Asia had.
-We notice in the Tampa Tribune
a write-up of the marriage of Miss
aiio Mnnrnp of TamDa to Mr. Ed

ward Blount, of Jacksonville. Mr
Rlonnt is the "son of Mr. and Mrs- B

W. Blount, who made their home in

Ocala for several years, ana wno wiin
their children will always be kindly

remembered here.

It is poor business to praise a man
to his wife, because she knows him

and will -think you are a piupenecx

ntmnl St. Auerustine Bromides.

Vmi Via von t hoen married very

kiig, Herb, or you would know it

pleases your wife to tnmic sne is "lt5
oaly person who isn't fooled about
.' A party from near Lebanon, Ohio,

V4UIHS UilU tfeuvwu J
. for Mount Dora. They said some
twenty-five families from their neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood in their cars were also com coming,
ing, coming, and : they would camp for, the
vnnim nn Via oVini-o vf JaIcP. Dora.

. nuiwi VU duva V
They are of the sort of tourists Flor Florida
ida Florida needs most, and who will get the
roost good out of Florida.

Several days ago the Red Cross or organization
ganization organization of this county had several

dies distributinged Cross posters,
. nrkj.V i 1 J A. ttlA

. different public-build ;ngs of the city,
that of H. A, Evans, assault on a man
fourth roll call which takes place
1 r m . a ll

. ovemoer 11 to 25th. Some oi ine
; posters have not been used and this
is to request that the posters be used
- immediately.
The state pardoning board in ses- j
Ion at Tallahassee adjourned Thurs-i
day and will meet again Monday.
Among the applications before it is

mat oi a. A. Evans, assault on Greek
in Marion county : fined $400, 'and
costs. Mr. Evans got off very easy,
.and if the pardoning board lightens
. his already light, sentence it will add
U the discontent already existing
against it in this bounty.
; The news that the hunger-strike in
Cork jail has been called off is a de decided
cided decided relief to

son. We hope that the Sinn Fein
will have the decency to in future
abstain from such fiendish tactics. If
they do not, thay will lose ground
. steadily. We are afraid the strike
has been called off too late to save
the lives of some if not all of the poor
r beys whose fortitude was magnificent,
even if it was mistaken,

Gov.-Elect Ilardwkkf Georgia,
..S J 1 .

Friday, we printed a rather allur alluring
ing alluring report of scholarships being given
out by the Y. M. C. A. to 'ex-service
men. Said scholarships are very
good things in their way, but men who
apply for them should obtain definite
information as to just what they will

amount to before basing any plans
on them. One of our young men to
whom a scholarship was given, and
who expected it to be of considerable

use to him, found that in a course of

study that cost him three or four hun hundred
dred hundred dollars that his scholarship
amounted to just $50, which he hasn't
received yet. In the class with him
was another man who received $100

a month. "The Y. M. C. A. seems to

mean well but it evidently has a

knack -of getting itself misunder
Stood. :

SHEETS

Best quality seamless sheets, 72 x

90r $1.92 each; 81x90; $2.09 each. Un
questionably big bargains.
B. GOLDMAN,
12-2t "Why Pay More?"

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.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. .22, I. Q. Qr 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.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular conventions of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.,' on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.

H. S. wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS IN OCALA

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Seaboard Air Line
from Jacksonville.. 2:09 a. m
for Tampa......... 2:10a.m.
from Jacksonville 1:30 p.m.
for Tampa. ....... 1:50 p. m
from Jacksonville. 4:04 p. m.
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from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
for Jacksonville .... 2:15 a, m.
from. Tampa.. 1:35 p.m.
for Jacksonville .... 1 :55 p. ra.
from Tampa 4:04 p.m.
for Jacksonville.... 4:05p.m.
Atlantic Coast Line

Leave for St. Petersburg.. 2:49 ft. m.

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12p.m.
Leave for Leesburg....... 10:13p.m.
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Leave for Jacksonville.... z:iza.m.
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Arrive from Leesburg... 6:41 a, m.

Arrive from Jacksonville.. z:43 a. m

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

Leave for Homosassa....'. 8:25p.m.
r m

Arnre irom uuuesrue,

dailv exeeDt Sunday. . 11 :50 a. m.

Leave for Gainesville, dally

except Sunday ......... 4 :4a p m.

Leave for Lakeland Tues

day" Thursdav. Saturday 7:25 a.m.

Ar. from Lakeland, Tues

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

(Contributed)

A knack of floating debts, enables

some folks to be in the swim.

'
The place to get trimmed is in a
"gentleman's game."
-We observe so many husbands
hanging arouml their homes, now nowadays,
adays, nowadays, the women will certainly have

to organize evening clubs to go. to.
I
When a man uses religion as a (
cloak for his meanness, the cloak usu-
ally wears thin in a short time. :
i
The average girl's only regret at j
getting married, is that she must

' discharge" her mother and depend

upon herself.

Every community at some time or

other has its "epidemic" of whooping
cough. It is our opinion that it is an

entirely unnecessary disease and
should be put in the attic with the

hoop skirts and powdered wigs.

It's only a few more days until. the

law will permit of the annual "slaugh-

tei of the inncents" by men and wom women,
en, women, boys and girls, with loaded guns
going forth into the forests to kill
anything they might see.

a
Ocala's men candidates "are request

ed to be very careful not to kiss girl
babies over eighteen years old, when
their wives are looking, "leastwise"
they might lose a vote right in their
own family. ;

a
In every town there are fellows who
imagine they 1 are "regular" lady
killers. One of the kind attended a
dance the other night,' and it's told on
him that he asked a young lady ifhe
might have the next dance, and that
he received a shock when she replied,
"Why, I guess you can, if "you can
find a partner."
a
We notice with regret a growing
tendency towards the use of slang. It
is bunk; cut it out, guys. The line of
chin goods peddled by some of the
boobs in this burg would frazzle an

educated bird. We'll tell the world it

ought to can the slang stuff.
a a a
' Maybe it isn't true, but. there is a
rumor that it is a fact that not one

out of ten brides of today ever intends

to obey the injunction of the marriage

service to "obey when she promises

tu do so. That word is a standing
joke and. should be removed from

every ceremony.

a a a

The world and everyone expects a
girl to paint and powder and pencil,
but for a man to use perfume well,
capital punishment has its good
points, too.

aa a

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Our entire
stock of

STEII- BLOCH

AND

STRATFORD
clothes
REDUCED
20 Per Cent

Styles and patterns
to please everyone.
Absolute satisfaction

or

yqur money back.

1 20 Per Cent

Reduction

on

1 D0BBS HATS

FURNISHINGS
20 Per Cent

HARVEY'S
24 W. Forsyth St.
Jacksonville, Florida

The -question is making the round
cf the press: "Who was the father-in-law
of Moses?" and a bright little
squib replies, "We dont know, but we
believe he was a republican."
a a a

Prices are falling, but at last ac accounts
counts accounts the wages' of sin was just as
high as ever.
a a a
There's a little boy in our town
v.ho has reached the age where a
whipping is much more enjoyable
than a bath. A few afternoons ago,
while being bathed,, he pitched a
handful of suds into his mother's
face and screamed out between sobs:
"If you got to wash me all the time.

vhy don't you wash my neck and

ears instead of all the time scrubbing

my stomach it don't show."

a a a-
'Eeo stiffneck" is a disease that is

rampant in some social circles. It
would richly repay some folks to step
ir.to "naturalness" and get acquainted

with themselves.

a a a
There are evils in every city and

while the local ministers are pointing

many of them out m their sermons,

Ocala is cleaner and better than most

little cities at that.

a a a

A clear conscience is a luxury very

few people are rich enough to afford.

a a a
One of our friends who used to car

ly a corkscrew and a little opener on
his key ring, is saving the ring just
the same to carry his house key on

when he gets a house.

' a a a

One of our Confederate soldiers at
heme from the reunion says, "You
don't get good cooking everywhere
you stop when traveling." We should

say you don't. Good cooks are born
and not made. And every person who
sits (town tonight to a good home

meal will agree with us.
, a a a

It was a mean fellow who said that
it was easier to get a girl to tell how
much henna she used in her last
shampoo than to get her to tell her

age.
-

The lady wh6 catches the biggest
string of fish or largest bag of game
will never be seen walking home thru

the alley.

Life as we observe it is very much
like a game of bridge. You can often
make points by playing a good hand
indifferently, but you can make more

by playing a poor hand well.
a a a

We read that gasoline is coming
down, automobiles are coming down,
cotton is coming down, clothes are
coming down and lots of stockings
are already down, but first class

gossiping is still coming across.
a a a -'

When we pass that way, we wonder

why some home loving folks don't

build on the pretty wooded lots east
of the golf course. They look so
"homey" and they are fairly begging

for families to come -and live there,
a a a

Who is it that does not love the
whistling boy ?f Whistling is a boy's
own music. It is as natural for a boy
to whistle as -it is for the birds to
smg, altho the music is not always
as melodious. But whistling like cer certain
tain certain other practices is restricted in

society by certain unwritten rules of

etiquette. Give us the boy that
whistlesj a hundred to one he is ace
high in the affairs of heart and

morals.
a a a

A visit to our school reveals an at attractiveness
tractiveness attractiveness in youth that is irresist irresist-able.
able. irresist-able. Rosy cheeks and sparkling

eyes alone do not cause this. There

is something in their elastic step, the

swelling muscles and their mental

alertness that commands attention

There is. an inspiration. in the hopeful
eyes that turn towards the future
with confidence in everything. In fact,
thir whole beings are so charged with
assurance that we sometimes wonder

if there is any limit, to youth's possi possibilities.
bilities. possibilities. It is the greatest period of

life and when properly encouraged

and directed, foundations are laid that

make permanent success of the fu

ture. God bless hoping, confident

youth.

a a a
There are scads tf people too nice

to say "sweat" but they are not too

nice to consume wnai oiners sweat
for. and that's no joke.
a a a
The greatest thing in life is man's

loyalty to man. Loyalty is the finest
'fiber in the human breast. It awards
alike the humble and the great, makes
the small man big and the big man
bigger. Take loyalty from the heart
of a saint and you have the likeness
of the devil.

lourd

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Our 5

uecess

TT HAS ALWAYS been the policy of this bank to
manifest a friendly, personal interest in the wel welfare
fare welfare of depositors. We do not merely wish for the
success of our depositors; we work for their success,
realizing that their interests of the bank are closely
bound up with the welfare of its customers.
T7E STRIVE to meet the requirements of our cus-vv-
tomers in a 'manner consistent with right bank banking
ing banking principles, i

Munroe & Chambliss National

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to our customers and friends. -jQ.

The officers olthe Bank are anxious to talk over the conditions that con-

front us, and nelp you to plan your finances; so as to make a success of your
business.

Call on us when in need of advice or funds. We fully realize the import-
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VICTROLAS

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

CITY TAX NOTICE

City taxes and licenses due,
A discount of 2 per cent allowed on
cily 'taxes if paid in November. The
tax rate slightly reduced.
W. W. Clyatt,
4-tf City Tax Collector.
Advertising builds business.

PYLES & PEHEmS
Funeral Directors & Err.b:ners
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICS
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for Whit
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Nl-fet.
OCALA. FLORIDA

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OCALA EVENtNG STAB, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920

THE METHODIST REVIVAL

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THE FASHION CENTER

W1

LOWER PRICES

HAT a relief it is to know

that you no longer need

to deny yourself merchandise
that is necessary for. full com--fort
and satisfaction. Our pre present
sent present displays already reflect a
very definite downward revision
in prices. The knowledge that
from now on goods will be pro produced
duced produced at less cost, makes it pos possible
sible possible to provide for your complete
needs without hesitancy of restriction.

THIS IS FINE WEATHER
FOR SUITS
And the prices mean better than
usual values. You will be
tempted to look into every shop
window you pass when you wear
one of these suits, for vour sil sil-houtte,
houtte, sil-houtte, as it is reflected, will be
one that demands enthusiastic
approval.
Prices were formerly
$24.50 to $105.00
NOW V
$17.50 to $87.50

QUALITY
'pHERE are different degrees of
quality; on different in instances
stances instances it means different
things. It is relative, and should
always be in keeping with
the uses and purposes of the
merchandise. This store has
maintained a reputation for' con consistent
sistent consistent quality, in the sense that
the goods offered possess the
most desirable features and ele elements
ments elements for the purpose they are
chosen.

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A good many women make a point of having
several different skirts a plaid model for sports
wear, or to relieve the monotony of dark toned
skirts, and a plain skirt to complete the costume

blouse, now so much in vogue.

31 -SO

sLys

iS.50 TO S18.50

If every person in Ocala could
have heard Dr. Brideer's sermon last

5A evening on "Eternity" there is, little

aouDt out tney would qave gone away
firm believers in the doctrine of etern eternal
al eternal reward for the faithful and righ-
4-,, 1 s 1 ir T

icuua ouui aim evenasiing pumsn-

soul. There is no argument conceiv-

jr ed in the mind of man disputing the
CMimdTnK!p OTTiroocn in Vio car.

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iron which was founded on facts, and
the very words of Jesus Christ. It
was a masterful sermon and the au auditorium
ditorium auditorium was crowded. Silence reign reigned
ed reigned supreme as every ear was strained
to catch the truth as it fell from the
preacher's lips.
"And in hell. Dives lifted up his

eyes, and out of these words his ser

mon was woven. He said that when
Jesus presented to men an example

of a lost soul he did not go to the

barroom and take therefrom a drunk drunkard
ard drunkard or gambler, or to the underworld
for a murderer and a reprobate, but

he selected a man named Dives and
one whom not a word was said con contrary
trary contrary to his moral life. Jesus merely

said that he was rich, that he wore

fine clothes and fared sumptuously
every day. The eyes of the world

would have looked favorably upon the

life of this man and say he had prov proven
en proven a success, but Jesus used him as
an example to show to the world that
after all it was not the riches, nor
the earthly power nor the moral life
that entitled a man to an entrance

into Heaven, but that it was simple

faith in Jesus as the Son of God and
as the Saviour of the souls of men
and that life lived in the straight and

narrow way; it was this" which en entitled
titled entitled a man to an entrance into

heaven.

He said that when Dives opened his

eyes in hell or the place of punish-

ft ment, he was conscious of the fact

that he had carried with him his every

faculty of seeing, hearing, tasting,
etc., and these only intensified his

suffering. The one fact that stood

out more prominent than the others
was, that he did not lose his memory;
this he also carried with him into hell.

He said that "Every deed perform

ed and every word spoken was paint painted
ed painted on memory's wall, the art gallery
of the soul."

He said there was a place of pun

ishment for the unbeliever and each

place was as everlasting as God's
eternity. Reporter.

A NOTABLE VISITOR

Late Versions

Frocks for Day

of the Coat Mode and eveninghburs

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Almost make one hope for a
long, cold winter for collars
and cuffs of luxurious furs ;
beautifur soft woolens and
efficient linings promise giat giat-ifying
ifying giat-ifying warmth as well as a
decidedly distinctive appear appearance,
ance, appearance, even in the coldest
weather.
PRICES FROM
upwards

One recognizes them at once
as the modes fashion leaders
affect for mornings, after afternoons
noons afternoons and those format oc occasions
casions occasions when taste in dress,
or lack of it, is so conspicu conspicuous.
ous. conspicuous. Tricotines assu me
chemise lines and ; satins
lean forward toward tunics
and pleats.
PRICES FROM
; $21.50
UPWARDS

Dr. J. L. Jesler of Nashville, Tenn.,
one of the speakers at, the Y. M. C. A.
conference for older boys, now being
held in Ocala, will preach at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock. Dr.. Kesler is a member of
the faculty of Vanderbilt University
and of the Southern Y. M. C. A. Col College,
lege, College, both of Nashville. His addresses
at the Y. M. C. A. conference- have
been of the most interesting sort and
he will be heard with pleasure' in his
sermon tomorrow morning.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

EIGHT O'CLOCK DANCING CLUB
The Eight O'Clock Dancing Club
gave its second dance of the season
last evening at the Woman's Club,
and the dance was well attended and
as thoroughly enjoyable as the first,
the Hallowe'en ball, which was one of
the lovliest dances given in the city
for some time.

The young men certainly leave
ncthing undone that would add to the
pleasure and and attractiveness of
these bi-monthly dances. The music,
which was furnished by the Davis
orchestra, was exceptionally good last
evening. Each number was so lively
and full of pep that the musicians
were constantly encored and dancing

continued until a late hour, when the
guests departed for home, much ani animated
mated animated over the delightful time they
bad enjoyed.
The ball was opened with a grand
march led by Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
Martin. There were a number of out

of town visitors and many handsome handsomely
ly handsomely gowned ladies, whose bright cos costumes
tumes costumes added a fascinating effect.

During intermission refreshments

were enjoyed, and dancine was re

sumed and continued until the
strains of Home. Sweet Home" re

minded all that leave taking was
in order.

Are you mailing preparations for the three most important events of

the year?

MARION COUNTY FAIR, NOV. 23 to 27
THANKSGIVING, NOV. 25

Christian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
-
Presbyterian
Rev. W. F. Creson,. Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.'

Sunday morning Mr. E. J. Simonds,

general secretary of Y. M. C. A., of

Havana, will speak.

Sunday evening the new officers will

I be ordained and installed.

Baptist
C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

11 a. m. Morning worship with

sermon by Dr. J. L. Kessler of Nash

ville, Tenn.

6:30 p. m. Junior and Senior di

visions of the B. Y. P. U.

7:30 p. m. Evening worship with

sermon Dy vr. uoiims on "invisible I

Patching.?

...-
.Grace Episcopal -John
J. Neighbour, Reeter

Twenty-fourth Sunday After Trinity

7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m, Morning prayer and ser

mon, subject, "Tne Boys."

7:30 p. m. Evening pTayer and

address.

Catholic
,11a.m. Mass.
7:30 p. m. Vespers.
NOTICE

RED CROSS ASSISTS
DISABLED VETERANS
The American Red Cross is carrying
n a wide program of service for the
disabled World War veterans recelTlng
treatment In United States Public
Health hospitals, and those being train trained
ed trained through agencies of the Federal
Board for Vocational Education.
In each of the Public Health Service
hospitals Red Cross workers devote
their time to the general welfare f
the service men from the day they
enter the receiving ward until they
are discharged. After the soldier's dis discharge
charge discharge the Red Cross continues Its
friendly service through -the Home
Service Section In his own community.
The Red Cross maintains a convales convalescent
cent convalescent house at all. of the hospitals,
where patients can amuse themselves
after they are well enough to be up
and around. Parties and picture shows
la the wards are also furnished, with
ccaslonal excursions when convales convalescence
cence convalescence comes.
Great service has been rendered by
the Red Cross In mental case In fden fden-drying
drying fden-drying those who have appeared In
state hospitals f er the insane, and help

ing them secure compensation due from

the Bureau of War Risk Insurance.

In the Federal Board's various dis

trict offices the Red Cress worker, act'

lng with the Home Service Section,

makes necessary loans to the men. ar

ranges suitable living conditions, helps
collect evidence and supply facts to the
Board, assists in "appealing cases" and
settles various personal difficulties for
the men. The workers also follow up
and aid all men who discontinue train

ing.

The Red Cross agents find men "lost"
to the. Board, help clear up delayed
cases and aid the college counselors In
their friendly work with the men.
Many Red Cross chapters have set up

recreation facilities,, tnd In some In In-atances'livlng,
atances'livlng, In-atances'livlng, clubs, so these victims

of war may have attractive surround

ings and the furf which must go with

effective school work.

To the American Red Cross Institute

for, the Blind near Baltimore, MdL,
more than half of all the Americans

blinded In the World War have come

for training. The Institute, through

the Red Cross, long ago conducted an

exhaustive industrial surrey to deter

mine the vocations for which blind

men could be fitted. As a result it U

putting forth well trained men. equip

ped to Tneet the, social, civic and eco

nomic requirements ef their respecuri

communities.

Aid fer 8panlh Red Cross.

The Iberian chapter of the Americas

Red Cross, composed of American!

resident in Spain, bas Just contribute

$480 to a fund being raised by thi

Spanish Red Cross and the League ol

Red Cross Societies for the purpose, el

fighting malaria.

BEE MEN TAKE

. PART IN STATE FAIR
Pine Apiary Display Proposed

W&elks to C1M
aiM ttiee 1921.

The Fashion Center

FLOMOA

Notice is hereby given that under

final decree of the circuit eourt for

Marion county, in chancery, in the

case of Rodney V. W. Vandervbort,

complainant, vs. David E. Allen, et al,

defendants, rendered April 24th, 1920,
and under supplemental decree ren

dered October 18th, 1920, the under undersigned,
signed, undersigned, as special master in chancery
appointed by the court to execute the

said decree, will on

Monday. .December 6th. 1920,

between the hours of eleven o'clock

a. m. and two o'clock p. m., offer for

I i j i -i it. a m. T. a.

saie ana seu wr me ucsl ana mguest
3? bidder for cash, at the west door of
the court house in Ocala, Florida, the
f ; following described personal and real
uronerty. to-wit:

T T I ri i J l a xl

1 ine unaiviuea nau in te tool ox uuc

cross-defendant, Frank K. ander-

voort in and to all oz the personal

Ichinery. utensils, etc live stock. ete

formerly txelonging to the oartnership

of Vandervoorst & Allen;

The undivided half-interest of the

cross-defendant, Rodney V. Wl Van

dervoort in and to all those certain

Jacksonville. A very fine apiary

display will be one of the attractions

at the Florida State Fair, in this city,.

Nor. 18-27.

Visitors will have an opportunity to

see the bees at work (under glass as

safety first measure), honey In the

comb and strained,. beeswax and the

various products for which we have

to thank the proverbial industry of the

busy bee.

Thi section will be very Interest

lng to young and old.

Famous words of famous dantrs:

-Get off my foot !-

Famous words of famous authors:

"Once upon a time.

Famous words of famous children:

"Gimme sompln good."

Famous words of famous newsboys:

"Qwertypkng dgbxzwqty peeeeeeee-

pnuuuuu.'

NOTICE OF MASTERSSALE

FOR SALE
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
ORANGE TREES.
Will Deliver and Plant for
$5.50 EACH
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO,
Ocala, Fla.
10-14, deod-tf

k i is

TOGS

The Kind to
which Barney
-
trusted his
life

II Barney Tresis Thea
YOU CAN

DA VIES, The Tire Man
Vulcanizing
Phones 438-76.

Our Specialty I

i 1 C?f

YOU SAVE MONEY -;r:
Cn your shoe bills by having us re-J
build your old shoes. Our charges are.;
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac-r
tion. I
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerlg'a
Drug Store J 1

CONTRACTOR
.ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Phone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St., Ocala

L: ALEXiiNDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
. Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract vork. Gives more and better
work f(T the money than any other
contractor in the city.
5 See Me 5

For all Classes of
Stone, Bricic, Wood
and Concrete
Ouildino!

i- E leCaslii

Contractor
Phcne 445. 723 Wencaa SL

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

a a m still

J, 7 j,!. jWi. r.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

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

rwt
CM! 'T

fail

to visit the Guarantee
Chos Corajuny. Every-

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

- Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday-evenings
of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's, and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
: C. Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
V A. L. Lucas, W. M.
Jake, Brown, Secretary, v i
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, speclilist Eye, Ear, Nose and

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Under and by virtue of a final de

cree issuing out of the circuit court
of Marion county. Florida, dated Oc

tober 19th, 1920, m tnat certain suit
in paneprv thyw rip ndin. wherein

tracts or parcels of land mentioned Henry Gatrell is complainant and

ana reierrea 10 or aescrioea in cer- William Jarnh is defendant. 1 as

tain deea oi conveyance aasea vctooer i speciai master will offer for sale at

isi xrora iviMi nu the west door oi tne court nouse in

wiie to tranK k. vanaervoort, re- Qcala. Florida, on

corded in Ueexl Book 153, page 402, Monday, the 6th day of December,

oi me puoiic records oi Manon coun-1 .. 1920

ty, f ioncia.

Vvofrroon iho linTlTil nf 11 a. m. ULTtA 2

Jbort King Camp No. 14 meets at The said personal property will be I- m of said dav "the following land

K. of P. hall at 7:30 n. m. everv sec- sold nrst, and H sulllcient is not I nH hpfn in Marian

. I . . I J o o

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov-1 realized to satisiy tne amount oi saidcounty, Florida, to-wit: the west half

ereigns are always welcome.

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

-When you get ready for

SWEATER and LONG COAT,.

decree, the real estate will be next

offered for sale and sold.
All of said property being sold to
satisfy the said decree and costs.
S. T. Sistrunk.

your 11-13-sat Special Master in Chancery.

re

of the southwest quarter of the south

east quarter of section thirty-four in

township .thirteen south, range twen

ty east, said land to be sold to the

highest bidder for cash to satisfy

said decree and costs.

S. T. Sistrunk, Special Ussier.

: C Cecil Bry anl

Accotmflnrj and Auditing

PHONE 332

You will enjoy the sights

at the Fair a o-reat deal

5. .T a. wai more if your eyes

JLwt are properly corrected.
DR. K. Ji WEIDX,

Eyesight Specialist

SHEETS

Best quality seamless sheets,
90, $1.92 each; 81x90, ? 2.0:7 each
Questionably big banrains.

Un-

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19-

Special Reduction

Now has come the time most folks have been
looking for Great Reduction in Millinery

ff't

$30.00 Hats for $25.00
. Plus $1.00 for War Tax'
$25.00 Hats for $20.00
Plus 50(5 for War Tax
$22.50 Hats for $18.50
Plus 35c for War Tax

nail nnniinnninrn Jir. ueorge rucns or lampa was a

I 111 A III rllMNhfll l-Vivisitor in the city yesterday and was

1114 1 i-1 lllllllllllll IIIII !.

IUIIUI UUUUIIIllullUfc.U

Temperature this morning 54; this
afternoon, 52.

$20.00 Hats for 515.00
$18.00'Hats for $12.50
$12.50 Hats for$10.00

$10.00 Hats for 7.50
$7.50 Hats for $5.00
$5.00 Hats for $3.00

If you have any

phone to five-one.

society items,

Mr. P. H. Brinson of-.Dunnellon is

visitor in town today.

Orangeade from fresh fruit made

while you wait at the Court Pharm

acy. 13-6t
Double recleaned seed oats and rye.
Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

a guest at the dance last evening.

Mrs. Earl Crosby, nee Mis-Lotti

Morrison or tnis cwy, is nere on a

visit to her sister, Mrs. J. F. Smith,

and family.

Mrs. W. H. Wilson and daughter, j

Margaret of Knoxville, Tenn., have

arrived in the city and joined Mrs.

Wilson s two children for a visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George W.

Martin.

STYLE HAT SHOP

105 Main Srreet

Ocala, Florida

Manhattan Shirt Sale
morrow at Rheinauers.

begins to-12-lt

Mr. 'Sam Harn of Gainesville was a

visitor m town yesterday, coming

especially for the dance last evening,

Flower bulbs at
Store.

the Ocala Seed
6-tf

Mr. O. B. Howse returned yester

day afternoon from a week's business

trip to Orlando.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Camp have as

their guests Mr. John Hay of Savan

nah. ,.

J.D.SPENCER

W. R. PEDRICK

11

AG ENC Y

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

GOODYEAR AND U. S. JIBES AND TUBES

Excloslve Agents for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18,110. Gssraatee

3

An Up-to-Dat Battery Service Station

We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Serviee. .
GASOLINE OILS AN GREASE.

.IT

V

v SPENCffi-PEDRICITMOTOIt CO.
i v PHONE 271- : '
Ocala ... -;. .-- .v -. : : Florida

iiiiftMWM'i'ntntnimHfTtiffwmii M'l'ti'ii'uwMiiWJiiit. 'uniiimiunuiniKiwtmiimi iihi.ii 1.1 fin imipi! ibiwi m iw h.biiiiw im.
man mmi-1 1 '-t' ii i m ii ni in m in n iri Mfiini ibii 1 1 wTrtw -tai m iiiniM"Jt"r r- T- -i ihihhtiiiiIiIiiii

The missionary society of the Bap Bap-ist
ist Bap-ist church will meet Monday after

noon at 3:30 o'clock at the church.

Double recleanea seed pats and rye.

Ocala Seed Store. 6-tf

. V

. Southern Cattle loan Company
' JACKSOWILLE, FLORIDA.
Capital-Stock $500,000, Par Value $iO..OO
H. M. Bennet, President. Arthur ; T. Williams, Treasurer
; Odum & Butler, Attorneys.-
Advisory Board Twenty-one men selected from the most
prominent bankers and ( cattlemen qf Florida;-
The above company has been organized through the Co-operation of
'Bankers, Cattlemen, the Florida Development Board, Chambers of Corn Corn-amerce
amerce Corn-amerce and Boards of Trade of Florida for the purpose of assisting, in the
.development of the Cattle Iindustry of the state.

Preparatory to this action, laws for the protection of
enacted last winter.

investors were

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
ether companies in this line.. .
The treasurer, Mr. Williams, is i prominent Jacksonville business
man, well known throughout the state. m
-'"'" . . "' t
The conduct of the company will' follow that of the cattle loan com--panies
in the west, and is fully setforth in U. S. Government Bulletin
I No. 764. Department of Agriculture, entitled, "Cattle Loans and their
j Value to Investors." 0
Cattle oan companies haO- aided the industry in the west during
the past 10 to 15 years. They have all been financially successful and the,
stocks vvery closely held. Many companies have been organized by bank
' directors in order to meet requirements which the banks were unable to
care for. They have paid large returns to stockholders and the stocks
are readily marketable at good premium. x
I The state of Florida possesses climatic and other conditions more
favorable to cattle raising than any western state, and the establishment
j of this company means the consistent development of one of the largest
I industries in the stata. 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. x
' More than two hundred letters from cattle raisers have been received
i endorsing the proposed work of the company. Applications already re re-i
i re-i ceived for loans assures the company of large earnings from 4he first

Victrolas at The Book Shop. ll-3t

Try a

Bread.

loaf of Federal

Graham

- 12-3t

Manhattan Shirt Sale begins to

morrow at Rheinauer's. 12-lt

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS
-

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR feOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line, maximum, one

time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times

75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance.

5VT :"-

Services will be held at the Catholic

church tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock and in the evening at 7:30.

Rev. John Conoley of Gainesville will

arrive in the morning to conduct the

services.

FOR SALE -Fifty acre farm two

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

FOR SALE One sorrel marel eight

years old; weight 950 pounds. Well
broke and good saddler. See R. H.
Connell, Anthony, Fla. 1-I2t6

After a two-weeks pleasant visit to

her daughter. Miss Kite, superinten

dent of the industrial school,. Mrs. M.

M. Kite and her smart little son, Tyler

left yesterday for their home in John

son Uity, Tenn. lney maae quite a
number of friends here, who hope

sometime to see them in Florida

again.

Miss Florrie Crook, after a week's

visit in the city a guest at the home

of her brother, Mr. E. J. Crook, re

turned this afternoon to her home at
Palatkai JMiss Crook came especially
for the teachers' examinations, which

were held here during the week.

TABBAGE PLANTS Protected from

frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Summer,
Lupton's best Long Island seed,

$1.75 per thousand; special price in

large quantities. Parcel post or orders
ders orders 25 cents per thousand extra.

J. R. Davis Farms, Bartow, Fla. tf

The most popular drink in the city

is our orangeade maae oi iresn oranges-
pressed at the fountain. The

Court Pharmacy. 13-6t

Miss Elizabeth Grumbles of Dun-

nellon is the guest of Miss Eloise

Henry. Miss Grumbles was one of the

most admired young ladies at the
dance last evening at the Woman's
Ciub. : ... ,.,. ..;-. ..

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp left

this afternoon for a two weeks pleas pleasure
ure pleasure trip to New York city.

Insist upon your orangeade being

made with fresh oranges. The Court
Pharmacy. 13-6t

You can see the juice being pressed

from the fresh fruit when you get an

orangeade at the Court Pharmacy. 6t

irepare tor j? aik wjJiK.. uet a
nice STREET HAT. New lot just re

ceived at FISHEL'S. ll-3t

Miss Grace Gore, who has been

first a student and then an officer in

the industrial school, left yesterday

for Jacksonville, where she will make
her home with an uncle. Miss Gore
is a smart and pretty girl and will be
gieatly missed by her friends at the

school and in the city.

Marshal Thomas returned yester

day from DeLand, bringing with him

W. L. Henry, accused of robbing Mr.

Wilbur Smith's house here of furni

ture several months ago. Mr. Thomas,

hearing Henry was in DeLand, pro procured
cured procured a search warrant and searched
his house and found the furniture.

Henry is in the county jail.

Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Shealy, Mr. and

Mrs. W. M. Lewis and Mr. Harry Lin-

dermari of Pedro passed thru Ocala

yesterday for a week-end outing at

Crystal Kiver. Mr. Shealy is our
incoming superintendent of public in

struction and principal of the Pedr

school. Mr. Linderman is' in the navy
and is spending a furlough with his

relatives at Pedro.

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-

eritze, Lake Weir avenue, Ocala. 6t

WANTED Male bookkeeper.'

to B. Goldman.

Apply
8-6t

Ask for a pan of Federal Rolls

they're delicious. Federal Bakery. 3t

No marriages in the last few days,

but Judge Smith has great hopes.

Cheerful Jack Kassels is here from

uriando, greeting his numerous

friends.

Flocks of ducks have been flying

over during the last two days. There's

a blizzard behind them.

Meet me at the American Cafe.

Union Station, Ocala, for a regular

ainner family style. Best dinner in

the state for 75c. Eat and drink all

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

2:80 p. m. 17-tf

Have your mirrors .re-silvered. All

work called for, delivered and guar

anteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating

Works,4 Yonge block. Fort King

avenue, phone 504. 9-tf

WANTED A cook

maid. Apply at
Hospital.

and dining room

JMarion County
8-3t

WOOD When you want wood, phone

566; oak or pine, stove ot fireplace

Broadway, Woodyard, L. A. Sand

ers. Proprietor. ll-12t

FOR SALI Cauliflower plants.-Bit

tine & Company. ll-3t

To the B

uying Public:

FOR

TATE wish to thank the buy-
ing Pu6lic 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 sue sue-cessors,
cessors, sue-cessors,
Farpiers Exchange Store
which will, be under the man-
agement of BAXTER CARN, who
"they have employed to con-
tinne. with-the store. We in invite
vite invite all to come and do busi busi-business
business busi-business with the new firm.
Tliere need not be any disturb-
ance whatever in our regular
jcustomers accounts, either-in
or out of town. We will fill
the orders and make deliveries
just the same. r
Very truly.
. BAXTER CARN,

mpany

A

Thomas -Cq

-mi

The St. Petersburg Hi-Y quartet is

being entertained during the confer

ence by Mrs. R. G. Blake and Mrs. G.
W, Martin. The delegation consists

of the following young men: Messrs.

Arthur Locker, Keith Bittle, Richard
Power and Kenneth Love. The Y. M.
C. A. conference that is being held in
the city has beei most interesting and

some 200 delegates have registered.

WUUD uak and pine, cut to any

length: delivered on short notice

Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell, Oak.
(phone charges paid.) ) 11-tf

FOR SALE Ten-acre truck farm;

improved and all good land. Has
six-room modern- house, also deep
well. Must sell immediately, $3500.
Two and a quarter miles south on
Dixie Highway. Known as the
Hardee place. D. C. Jones. 12-3t

FOR RENT Three unfurnished

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

FOR SALE Four pure

Island Red cockerels.
Chambliss.

bred Rhode
Mrs. Z. C.
12-6t

- Mr. Mack Taylor of the Auto Sales j

Company informs a Star reporter he

has sold three of his famous Dodge

touring cars this week, one each to

Mr. W. J. Wilson, Fort McCoy; MrJ

Mark Temple, Ocala, and Dr. H. Mc- j
Millan, of Morriston. The Dodge has
always been a popular car 1 in-, this

section and its popularity continues

to increase, says Mr. Taylor.

WANTED Young man twenty-five

to thirty-five -years old with suffi sufficient
cient sufficient 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. 10-4t

t

year's business.

The Federal Reserve Board and Bank Commissioners recommend the
purchase of cattle loan notes by banks.
These conditions and the able management the company will baive
give assurance of one of the pafest 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 thebanking interests as is the case with the
abrfres of the Southern Cattle Loan Company.
Mr. George W. Chase, treasurer of the Florida Soft Phosphate &
Lime Co., Ocala, ha&been authorizedto receive subscriptions for the
stock.
Subscription price xtwelve 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 ot.. 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 annunj.

Further information
by mail.

if desired will be furnished by personal call or

GECPRGE W. CEASE

Mrs. H. A. Ford and sister, Miss
Emily Stotesbury returned to the city
yesterday ; afternoon" after a pleasant

summer spent t in Macon, Ga.', withv

ivirs. t ora s aaugnter, Mrs. Kalpn
Birdsey and family.
Winsome little Miss Lucretia Hock Hock-er"
er" Hock-er" is entertaining this afternoon a
number of her playmates at a skat skating
ing skating party on the tennis court at the
home of her parents, Mr., and Mrs.
William Hocker.

Mr. Herman Hodges, the popular
salesman of the Auto Sales Co., is ill
at his room at the residence of Mr.
Mack Taylor. His host of friends trust
his illness will be of short duration.

Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
work called for, delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block, Fort King
avenue phone 594. 9-tf

Mrs. J. H. Dampier of High Springs
arrived in Ocala yesterday, afternoon
to spend the winter with her daugh daughter,,
ter,, daughter,, Mrs. Essie Harris, ho has apart apartments
ments apartments at the residence of Mrs. Perdue.

Victor records at The BookShop. 3t
MrsT B. J. Grimes of Hawthorn re returned
turned returned to her home yesterday after a

hpleasant visit In the city at the home

of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
Make your wants known by adver advertising
tising advertising them.
There are parties that nightly raid
the cane patches of Mr. Louis Fred Fred-eritzi
eritzi Fred-eritzi and Mr. John Taylor on the
Lake Weir road and this is a warning
to them that they had best discontinue
the practice otherwise steps will be
taken for their punishment. One of
these gentlemen states his cane patch
has been so badly mutilated that he
will be unable to dispose of it, which
will mean a considerable loss to him.

BARGAIN IN USED FORD SEDAN

One 11)18 used Ford sedan for sale;

Mr. "and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe enter-

tamed their guests, Mrs. B. J. Grimes
of Hawthorn and Miss Alice Lindner

of Tampa yesterday morning with a

motor trip down Silver Springs run.
The outing was exceedingly enjoyable
for all and like every visitor to the
springs Mrs.,Grimes and Miss Lindner
were quite charmed with its beauties.

Writes to Beethoven.,

A letter addressed to the composer
Beethoven was received in Vienna the

other da"y from a woman in the prov

inces. She wrote she had recently

heard some of his "music and was anx

ious to place her daughter under nis

ered the tetter at the' house In -which

Beethoven lived and where he died

02 rears aeo. The concleree said no

such man residedthere, so the post

man sent it to tne aeaa letter omce.

Origin of the Word Canada.

The word Canada is derived from

the Huron-Iroquois Indian word. 'Kan-

at a." meanlne a collection of huts.

In Jacques Cartlers time the territory

on the north side of the St. Lawrence

river, from Hochelaga, now a suburb

of Montreal, to the gulf, was appar-

entiy divided Into three districts

Hochelaea. Canada and the Saguenay.

It is here for the first time we meet

the name now borne by the Dominion.

HOT, DIZZY FEELiHG
Atlanta Laj's UnccznlsriaUe cind
Annoying Condilioa Relieyed,
She Sayi, by Cardoi.
Atlanta, Ga. Miss Alice Frances
Young, of 23 East Alexander Street,

this city, says: "After entering wo

manhood, I suffered so much with
womanly weakness. My back ached.
I would have, at certain times, a hot
feeling that seemed to go to my head.
Even my shoulders would hurt, and it

made me very dizzy and uncomfort

able. When the blood would flow to
my head I suppose that was what it
was I would faint and feel so weak.
"I ccoldn't do my work. I had a
rood position, and this was surely

annoying as well as embarrassing. I
would usually have to go home and
go to bed. I certainly suffered greatly.

"I beard of Cardui, and my motner
bought It for me. -It was the first and
only medicine that ever did me- any
good for this trouble."
Dizziness, headache, sldeache, back backache,
ache, backache, tired-out feeling and other dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable symptoms are often signs of
womanly troubles. Thousands of wo women
men women who formerly suffered from these
and similar ailments have found Car Car-dui
dui Car-dui a very valuable remedy.
Cardul la composed only of pure,
vegetable ingredients which have long
been recognized as of medicinal value
la the treatment of many diseases and
disorders peculiar to women, f
Take Cardul.
Your druggist 3ells 1L NC-140

Oid-Tlme Court Costume.

A court lady In the time of Queen

Elizabeth wore a low dress with a long
stomacher, an Immense ruffle around

her neck, a small hat. crinoline, a large

fn ftt nstHrh f fathers with a mirror

attached, highly scented gloves, and
frequently a velvet mask. Her feet
were shod with pumps of scented Span Spanish
ish Spanish leather, her hair was dyed red In
Imitation of the royal locks, and her
face was painted and rouged.

Surroundings Counted.
William had brought a little play playmate
mate playmate home from school. After he left,
William's mother thought to improve
the chance and remarked : "He was a
very polite little boy. I think he was
more of a gentleman than .you are
sometimes." Of course he was po polite,"
lite," polite," was the answer. "He was In a
strange house. I am polite, too, when
I am away from home.

Courtesy Always Pays.
A man may fight fiercely to hold his
own In business ; but he does not need
to fight to get ahead of someone In the
elevator, or up the car steps, or at the
post office window. And no matter
how strong competition is, business
rronal courtesy make It easier

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
. Arrival and departure of passenRei
ira:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leaver Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork "2:10 am

1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm

4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:05 pm

Tamna-

2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
St. Petersburg
2:1b am Tampa. 2:15 um

1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1 :35 pm

4:05 pm Tampa-SL Petrsbrg 4:0o pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-NTTork 2:48 am,
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pro
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pro
2:42 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:23 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11 :03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45pm Gainesville .11:50 am
. 'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

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Inside

Inside your battery box are rub rubber
ber rubber jars.
Inside the jars is the solution.
In the solution, are the positive
and negative plates that supply
current.
, The job of Threaded Rubber In Insulation
sulation Insulation is to keep the plates insu insulated
lated insulated and yet permit free flow of
current for starter, lights and igni ignition.
tion. ignition. Thread: 1 Rubber Insulation
is the kind selected by 152 manufa5 manufa5-turers"
turers" manufa5-turers" of passenger cars and motor
trucks.
Ocala Storage Battery Co.
20 N. Main St.
Ocala, Florida

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Fresh Every Day

COOK

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MARKET and GROCERY
Phone 243
The Store o! Qualify

. NEEDHAM MOTOR CO. c.
. General Repairing,
. Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease,
v We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
AGENTS FOR
SCRIPTS-BOOTH SIX
Phone 252 Cor. Oklawaha and Orznt

Used Cars for Sale

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any mild Havana, cigar.

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