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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather forecast: Unsettled this
afternoon, generally fair tonight and
Tuesday; cooler Tuesday. ;

OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, KOVEMBEB 22, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 2S0
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SOVIET BREAKS
1USY LITTLE DAY
FOB ASSASSIIIS
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GIVE HIM THE
WILL ROUTE BOATS
BY WAY OF OCALA
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Contractor Buys Cement from the
Government for $1 Per Ton and
. Sells It Back for $G

(Associated Presa) :v
Washington, Nov. 22,Major Gen General
eral General Chamberlain, army inspector
general, declares in his annual report
that an immediate revision of the
method of disposing of surplus gov government
ernment government stores should be made as a
recent investigation indicated that a
speculator had purchased cement
from one government department for
?1 per ton and sold it to the war de department
partment department for $6.
NIGHT RIDERS NOT IN IT
Cotton ginned prior to November 14
amounted to 8,920,776 running bales,
the census bureau announces.
THEY WILL DO NO GOOD!
ine national uuaiu w iuuu uigau-
izations is meeting here to consider
legislation to relieve the farmers as a
result of falling prices for their, pro
ducts.
, TIME TO ECONOMIZE
Chairman Good, of the House ap appropriations
propriations appropriations committee, said today he
would make an effort to economize in
government expenditures to actual
needs. He said the war department
was heading for a deficit of $50,000,
000 to $100,000,000 at the present rate
of expenditures. 4
MRS. ilARRISON DEAD
Mrs. Constance Harrison, mother
of President Fairfax Harrison of the
Southern Railway, is dead.
MOTORCYCLE DRIVES
; AGAINST TEXAS WOLVES
Tascosa, Texas, Nov. 20. Prepara
tiohs ate being made under the direc
tion of F, L. Beers of Amarillo for
one of the most novel wolf drives that
ever took place in this section. The
round-up of the predatory animals is
to be made by an army of young
men on motorcycles ana several
ranches, situated near the Canadian
river, will be used as the scene of
operations.
The big drive will take place oh
Thanksgiving day. The motorcycles
will be .formed in a gigantic circle,
many miles across, and as the circle
narrows to the extend that all of the
machines cannot be operated to ad advantage
vantage advantage some of them will drop out.
The country where this round- up is
v take place is level and, while it
is crossed by a few wire fences, it
vill i be' easy for. the motorcycle men
to go acros theSe light barriers by
lifting out posts and letting the wires
drop to the ground. This is a com common
mon common nractice bv automobile travelers
through the ranch region:
It is expected that many wolves
and coyotes will be "jumped" and
driven into the center of the narrow narrowing,
ing, narrowing, ring. Various i methods will be
adopted for killing' the" "animals.
Packs of wolf dogs have been sent for
and these will ht rnrrierl in nntnmn-
brles behind the" advancing motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle line so as to take part in the
finish. ,"'Y .-;f"' K I;
It will not be surprising if thou thousands
sands thousands of jackrabbits and "cotton-tail'
rabbits are collected in the drive, and
as many of these will be killed as pos-
sille, as they do great destruction to
grass.
BLITCHTON
Blifchton, Nov. 20. A number of
our farmers are grinding cane this
week. ' ;;,r
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fant and family
returned home last week from their
flMng trip.-- ;.-' u-w:f,.
f Miss Annie Stephens, who visited
Mrs. F. E. Fant last week, left Fri:
day for Palatka to visit relatives be before
fore before returning to her position in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, i - .'
A number of our people sold hogs
to Mr. Ra gland last week.
Z Mrs. B. R. Blitch and Mr. Fenton
Blitch visited Ocala Tuesday morning.
Mr. J. W. Coulter visited our county
seat Monday. " Jt
Rev. Webb of Villiston, who has
been preaching at the Baptist church,
has resigned and will move to another
field.
Misses Oda Blitch and Rowena
Hammons are playing basket ball
'with the Fellowship girls.
Mr.'Loonis Blitch of the naval re reserve
serve reserve returned home on Thursday. He
has been away since August 7th on a
cruise from Key West to San Fran
cisco via the Panama canal and vre-
ports a very interesting trip, they hav
mg stopped at Guantanamo, Cuba,
Kingston, Jamaica, Colon and Panama
City, Panama, Salina Cruz, Mexico,
and San Diego, Calif., eh route.
Our hate are off to 'Bruce Meffert
fcr keeping: his part of the Blitchton
road in good shape. -'
Gerig's Drug Store will close at 1

p. m. Thursday.

Since Defeats W range! Lune

Probably Feels Strong Enough
to Renew the War
(Associated Precs)
Warsaw, Nov. 22. Negotiations
for permanent peace between f soviet
Russia and Poland have been broken
off. It is reported the Russians re
fused to proced because more Polish
troops had not been withdrawn to the
armistice line.
NOTICE
The postoffice will be closed Thurs
day, Nov. 25th; Thanksgiving day. No
delivery of mail on rural routee nor
city will be made. The general de delivery
livery delivery and stamp windows will be
open from 8 to 9 o'clock a. m. Mail
will be' collected, dispatched and dis distributed
tributed distributed to lock boxes as usual.
' Robt. F. Rogers, P. M.
AMERICAN AID FOR ARMENIA
Is Sincerely Hoped for by the Aseenv
4 bly of the League of
Nations
(Associated Press) c" r
Geneva, Nov. 22. The possibility
cf American aid for the Armenians
was discussed in debate by the as assembly
sembly assembly of the league of nations on
resolutions demanding an Investiga Investigation
tion Investigation by the league in Armenia. A.
J. Balfour of Great Britain, said the
United States; would make an ideal
mandatory over Armenia and that the
league had been unable to accomplish
anything with the Armenian situa situation;
tion; situation; Dr. Hansen of Norway estimat estimated
ed estimated that 60,000 men would be sufficient
force to deal with the situation and
that if the assembly appealed to the
whole worid the United States would
do its share.
END HOSTILITIES IN ARMENIA
Geneva, Nov. 22. The league as assembly'
sembly' assembly' adopted a, resolution inviting
the council of the league of nations
to confer with the powers with the
view of constituting a force to end
hostilities in Armenia.
PROGRAM OF RACES AT
MARION COUNTY FAIR
Many Valuable Prizes Offered to the
Owners of Marion County
Horses 1
'
The following program of the races
at the Marion County Fair, Nov. 23rd
to 26th. 1923, is subject to correction.
Tuesda y November 23rd
Free for all, best two in three,
? Marion county horses, half
mile heats . ; . . . . . $75.00
Three, minute class, best two in
three Marion county horses,
half-mile heats ............$75.00
Half-mile dash, all ages .. .. . 20.00 :
Quarter-mile dash, ponies ..V 15.00
Half-mile mule race .........""10.00
: Comic mule race by prominent rid riders.
ers. riders. Price (stovepipe) beaver hat.
, Wednesday, November 24tli
Free for all, best two in three,
Marion county horses, half half-mile
mile half-mile heats ...;...... $75.00
Three minute cjass, best two in
three, Marion county horses,
half-mile heats lA. . . . . 75.00
Half-mile dash, all ages . v 20.00
Quarter-mile dash, ponies. .... 15.00
Half-mile mule race .......... 10.00
Comic mule race by prominent rid
ers, j'nze I stovepipe) beaver nat.
Thursday, November 25th
Free for all, best two in three,
Marion county horses, one one-mile
mile one-mile heats ... .... .... .... .$125.00
Three minute class, best two in
three, Marion county horses,
one-mile heats ....... .. 125.00
Three-quarter mile dash, all
ages'... . .. 25.00
Half-mile dash, ponies ; ... 20.00
Three-quarter, mile mule race. 10.00
Comic mule race by prominent rid
ers. .Price ( stovepipe ) beaver hat.
; Friday, November 26th .
Non-winners, best two in three.
Marion county horses, one
mile .. ....,,............$
75.00
Three minute class, best two
in three, Marion county
horse3, one' mile ..........
Half-mile dash for non-winners,
all ages
Quarter-mile dash for non non-winners,
winners, non-winners, ponies
Half-mile mule race, for. non non-winners
winners non-winners ...... ..
75.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
Comic mule race by prominent rid
ers. Prize (stovepipe) beaver hat.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lawton and
family have returned to the city to
make their home again after an ab
sence of over twenty years in the
north. --v
S. Hickle has moved his shoe shop
from ,the Robertson building "on Main
street into the Yonge block on Fort
King avenue, where he will be glad to
have his old any any new patrons
visit him. 22-3t

The road to success ia advertising.

Not
Associated Press)
London, Nov. 22 It is officially an announced
nounced announced that assassinations in Dublin
yesterday totalled fourteen exclusive
of the Croke Park casualties, wher
it is estimated 25 persons were killed
and 100 seriously wounded, when the
Irish constabulary raided a football
game.
EITHER SEND MORE OR WITH WITHDRAW
DRAW WITHDRAW THOSE THERE
London, Nov. 22. England is ser seriously
iously seriously considering sending more
troops to Ireland, the war office an announces.
nounces. announces. VALUABLE WINDOW DISPLAYS
The Rogers-Wilsori Realty Com Company
pany Company has its show windows filled with
exhibits, that tend more hany any anything
thing anything .in town to show the wonderful
natural resources of this section. This
company does more in this way to
advertise the town and county than
any other firm or association in the
county, outside of the fair association,
and the good resulting front it in the
course of a year can only be reckon reckoned
ed reckoned in the thousands.
Cpe of the windows is filled with a
huge pyramid of citrus fruits, now
ripe and golden in hue. This exhibit
is typical of the citrus growing sec sections
tions sections of Marion and is, as far as we
know, 'the only place in town where
a stranger can see what really grows.
The other window is a minute farm farm-garden,
garden, farm-garden, filled with forest loam, black
and rich, laid off in little plots and
each is verdant with its growing
plants. "
Inside the office are many other ex exhibits
hibits exhibits from farm, garden and grove
in the county. Visitors are not only
shown these exhibits but every cour courtesy
tesy courtesy is extended .them and every aid
given to enduec them to cast their lot
with us.
HARDING WILL REACH
THE ISTHMUS TOMORROW
(Associated Press)
Aboard the S. S. Parismina, Nov.
22. Senator Harding's trip to Pan Panama
ama Panama is nearing the end. The senator
is expetced at Cristobal tomorrow. He
will spend five days inspecting the
canal and sightseeing.
CAME TOGETHER IN THE
, HOUSE OF COMMONS
(Associated Press
London, Nov. 22. The house of
commons adjourned after Joseph Dev Devlin,
lin, Devlin, a nationalist, came to to blows
with a unionist member over the Irish
question.
Special sale on suitcases and baes.
tfalkley & Barnett. 20-2t

Fourteen Murdered in Dublin
Counting Results of a Con Constabulary
stabulary Constabulary Raid

HERE'S WHERE WE SET OUR 1
EilOHEY'S VJORTH AT THE FAIR

The comic mule races will be the laughing event of each day at the fair.
A number of swift stepping mules have been secured, together with a
nifty racing cart and a good (lath) whip. Each mule will be put in per perfect
fect perfect racing trim by an application of A. C Cobb's famous "High Life" lini lini-ruent,
ruent, lini-ruent, which will no doubt make them establish ruch records that their
prominent drivers will be proud of their steeds as well as these world world-Tcnown
Tcnown world-Tcnown record-breaking mules are of their names.
The prize for the winner each day will be a stovepipe hat.
The following are the names of the drivers and their mules:

Name of Mule
"Knock-Knee Bill" .....
"Flying Wizard" ..
"Easy Money"
"Hard Tail Jim"
"Merry-go-Round" .. ..
"Slow Down Lightning"

TUESDAY

"Greased Lightning"
"Shake the Dust" ...
"Dinner Horn"
"Home Rua Pete" ..
"Laughing Boy" ....
"High Life Dick" .
"Go Yonder Gal"
"Pumpkin Center"
"Buick Baby"
-Walk Over Mike"
"Honest Deal"
"Rabbit Chaser"
Names of Mules

"Hensley'a Runt" Nat Mayo.
"English Goat" Roy Priest.
"Shephard Boy" Robert-Hall.
"Beckie . .Haro2t Smith.
"Liberty Bell" .................................. .T7yddi2Te Steele.
"Price to Souter" ;...- "...Tlotaeir Agnew.

Do Not Intend to Oppose, Although
they Disapprove, Return of
Conetantine to' Greece

? (Associated Press)
Paris, Nov. 22. The French gov government
ernment government will not oppose by physical
force the return of former King Con Con-stantine
stantine Con-stantine to the Greek throne.' which
the foreign office regards as inevi inevitable,
table, inevitable, the Associated Press is inform informed.
ed. informed. v-
RED CROSS BOOTH
Mrs. D. S. Wood row and Mrs. J. W.
Dumas had the Marion county Red
Cross booth established early this
morning to give opportunity to eve everybody
rybody everybody to join this worthy organiza organization.
tion. organization. They are located on the side sidewalk
walk sidewalk in front of the Court Pharmacy
and the booth is convenient for all.
Do not neglect to stop and register
with these ladies. It only costs $1 a
year to enroll and every citizen should
be proud of the fact that he is num numbered
bered numbered among those supporting tjtiis
great charity. The booth will remain
at its present location until Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening. Up to 2 p. m. a hun
dred members had enrolled or re-
enlisted.
OLE HANSEN GIVES
EXCELLENT ADVICE
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 22. Ole .Hansen,
former mayor of Seattle, returning
from abroad, said "everybody from
everywhere in Europe" is trying to
em urate to the United States and ad ad-vocated
vocated ad-vocated total suspension of immigra
tion for two years.
SEVEN BAND SHARP
SET FOR SILKS
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Nov. 22. Seven ban
dits were caught after a battle f ol
lowing the robbing, of a Pennsylvania
freight train at Metuchen, N. J, of
silk, which was placed in trucks. A
policeman was wounded.
CARD OF THANKS
To the many friends who proved
such a great comfort to us in their
acts of kindness during the illness and
death of our death of our daughter
and wife, we wish to express our ap appreciation.
preciation. appreciation. We shall always remem remember
ber remember them with loving hearts.
. Mrs. RJ K. Clark.
L. A. Gabel.
CARD OF. THANKS
To ail those who assisted in enter enter-taming
taming enter-taming the Older Boys' Conference
reecntly held in our city, we wish to
express our hearty thanks.
. Local Committee.
Name of Driver

...................... .T. D. Lancaster Jr.
Clarence Meff ert.
..Earl HalL
,. Buck Howse.
Laurie Izlar.
C. C Bennett.
WEDNESDAY
.....Frank Harris Jr.
....Louis H. Chazal.
James Taylor.
....Charlie Simpson.
f. . Bob MacKay.
Holmes Walters.
THURSDAY

,1 R. L. Anderson Jr.
Norton Davis.
Carlisle Izlar.
...Bob Van Osten.
Fred Hocker.
Whit Palmer.

FRIDAY

School Boys

to
Having the Adriatic Dis Dispute
pute Dispute Ended
(Associated Press j
Fiume, Nov. 22. D'Annunzio, in
surgent commander at Fiume, declar-
he is unalterably opposed to accept
ing the treaty of Rapallo settling the
Adriatic dispute between Italy and
Jugo-Slavia and said he would con continue
tinue continue fighting until the just claims of
Italy are met.
JUGO-SLAVIA RATIFIES TREATY
Belgrade; Nov. 22. Prince Regent
Alexander of Jugo-Slavia, has ratified
the Rapallo. treaty.
HA VENT HAD TIME
(Associated Press) i.
Athens, Nov. 22 Premier Gounaris
said, "Please call the attention of the
American nation that we are now
united and no Jonger trying to
as-
sassinate others."
MRS. REBECCA ROSS
Mrs. Rebecca Ross died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Pace
in Jacksonville early Sunday morn
ing, and her remains arrived in Ocala
this afternoon and were carried to
Cedar Grove cemetery, the family
burying ground, where funeral serv
ices wer held at 4:30 p. m.' Mrs. Ross
is survived by Mr. H. A. Ross of
Gaitor and Mrs. J. E. Pace of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Pyles & Perkins" of this
city had charge of the funeral ar
rangeemnts.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire o sincerely thank all the
friends who have been so kind to us in
the days of distress accompanying the
death and burial of the head of our
household, Robert Marsh.
Mrs. Laura L. Marsh.
Mrs. D. L. Skipper.
-Miss Eunice Marsh.
Miss Lily Marsh.
Walter Marsh.
Robert Lester Marsh.
' Harley Marsh.
Louis Marsh.
Mr. L. E. Yonce has sold through
Mr. James Hall his pretty little cot
tage on South Eighth street to Mrs.
McDonald of South Carolina, who will
take-possession of same in a few
days, as soon as Mr. and vMrs. Yonce
can vacate. For the present Mr." "and
Mrs. Yonce will make their home with
Mrs. yonce's parents, -Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Yonge, until Mr. and Mrs.-J. D.
Cobb can make arrangements to leave
the house they now occupy on South
Third street, which is owned by Mr.
Yonce and where he and his wife will
in the future reside.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock;
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, ,W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
warm welcome always Extended to
visiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
H. R. LuiTman, Secretary.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE.
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:09a. m
Leave for Tampa. 2:10 a. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa. 1:50 p. m
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:04p.m.
Leave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa....... 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 2:15 a. m.
Arrive from Tampa....... 1:35p.m.
Leave for' Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive zroza Tampa 4:04 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:05p.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Leave for St. Petersburg. 2:49 a. m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg .... 6:41 a. ra
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:43 a. ra.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.'
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues-
day, Thcrsday, Saturday 11:03 p. ra.
Leave for Wilcox. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10 a. la
Arrive from Wilcox, Lion- -
, day. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p,xn.

Objection Made by. D'Annunzio

Mr. Fred "Good Roads" Smith Has

Plan for Transporting Launches
from Silver Springs to the
Withlacoochee
A new route for small power boats
from North Atlantic ports to the
cruising grounds of the gulf is being
advocated by way of the Oklawaha
iver, Silver Springs and the Withla-
ctochee river. Mr. Fred "Good
Roads" Smith, of Bridgeton, N. J.,
and St.: Petersburg, Fla., has been
ooking into the possibilities of such
route. Mr. Smith spent Saturday
night and a part of Sunday in Ocala
cn route by automobile from his
home in New Jersey to ,St. Petersburg,
and while here conferred with the
secretary of the Marion County
Joard of Trade and with transporta transporta-ion
ion transporta-ion men with regard to the proposed
route. The route contemplates the
transportation by. motor truck over-
and from Silver Springs to a point
on tnc witmacoocnee, a distance ox
about 40 miles. Mr. Smith is a prom prominent
inent prominent yachtsman and a member of
he yacht club at St. Petersburg. He
is known tnrougnout r iorida as an
advocate of good roads.
The-' Atlantic inland waterways
permit the use of an inside passage
by motor boats from New England
ports to Silver Springs. Those who
wish to come south in their power
boats to the gulf coast must make
the journey around by the Florida
:eys. The route by way of Silver
Springs and the Withlacoochee would
not only be a most attractive one, but
would save much time and cost. From
information obtained by correspon correspondence
dence correspondence with the Marion County Board
Trade and a conference here' with
the secretary and the transportation
men, Mr. t Smith believes h.is plan a
very feasible one, for boats not ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding 40 feet in length., He will
place the matter before the members
of the St. Petersburg yacht club. He
will not, however, attempt the rout
ing before next season. -He was in in-tt
tt in-tt rested to learn that-just recently a
28-foot boat was transported by
motor truck from Silver Springs to
Port Inglis on the gulf.
Mr. Smith is much interested in a
ship canal across Florida, and "says
it is a coming thing. He has crreat
elief in the future" of the state and
thinks central Florida one of the
finest sections.
CLERK-CARRIER EXAMINATION
The U. S, Civil Service Commission
announces an examination for clerk
and carrier to be held at Ocala Dec.
4th, 1920. Applicants must have
reached their 18th but not their 45th
birthday, on the date of the examina examination.
tion. examination. For further information and
application blanks apply to the secre
tary of the local board of examiners
at the postofSce, Ocala, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wartmann of
Citra, who were visitors in town to
day, were guests of Mrs. Charles R.
Kendig of Baltimore, who is spending
the winter in the city.
Mr. Frank Dreese of Elmore, Mich;,
is a welcome visitor in town and is
looking around with a view of locat locating
ing locating here, which his friends .trust he
will decide to do.
Mr. R. T. Stroud returned yester
day X rom a two weeks vacation pleas
antly spent with relatives in Miami.
After a long and. serious illness,
Mrs.. Joseph Malever is able to be out
again, much to the delight of her
many-friends.
Mr. H. T. Hall of Lowell was a bus
iness visitor in town this morning.

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Big Athletic Events

Boys and Girls see your
SCHOOL 1EACHEH

For list ol Events,
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Work Further Advanced Today Than
on Any Monday Since the Institu Institution
tion Institution Has Been Established.
' A Star reporter went out to the
fair grounds this morning, and tho
he had but little time it was easy for
him to see that more had been done
today than on any Monday of any
previous fair.
Ed. Bennett, the natural-born show showman
man showman was in the of&ce, which with Mrs.
Blanche Allen and Mrs. Jack Oliver to
help him, is the nerve center of the
fair.
The agricultural buildiner is rapidly

filling with community exhibits and
busy people to put them in place. It's
going to be even better than last year.
The displays in the agricultural
hall were just beginning to come in,
and could not be estimated, but it is
safe to believe they will be great in
quality and volume.
It looks to us like much space has
been taken in Machinerv IlalL
In the departments devoted to
school and n,vrlr iha InHioa
were busy arranging the steadily ar arriving
riving arriving exhibits. x
No stock is" in yet, but will be.
The colored people, as usual, will
have a good exhibit.
. The Miller Bros', equipment was on
hand and being rapidly put in place.
" The Methodist ladies were oh the
spot and already serving substantial
lunches. ...
The rest room will be a place of
rest for the weary beginning tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow.
SOME SUGGESTIONS
'Unless there is a good rain this
afternoon, the street sprinkler should
be sent out tonight to heavily water
Exposition street. Otherwise, dust
will be so thick tomorrow that not
only, will there be much discomfort,
but much danger of collision, v
Autos for hire should be allowed to
drive through the grounds, stopping
only long enough to take on and let
off passengers. Else there will be a
jam at he gate, with a good prospect
ot a collision and somebody being
hurt.
LOOK OUTL FOR THIEVES
Don't buv flnvthmc t tb faif
cept from an established stand. If
anybody stops you on the fair grounds
or on thestreet and tries to sell you
anything, call for a policeman. There
are a lot of fakirs and plain thieves
in town. Watch for them. Don't let
money go to anybody you don't know.
HARDEE CANT BE HERE
The Star ia sorry to say that Gov.-
Elect Hardee can't be here. It receiv received
ed received a telegram from him today, say
ing:
Live Oak, Nov. 22 Much to my
regret, previous engagements prevent
my visting your fair.
Cary A. Hardee.
WE'LL BET ON TUB
WESTERN UNION
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 11 .The Western
Union has applied to the district su supreme
preme supreme court for an injunction to pre prevent
vent prevent Secretary Daniels from interfer
ing in the construction of a cable line
between Miami and Miami Beach, Fla.
SUCCESSFUL RAID OF
BANDITS IN PITTSBURG
(A&soolated Press)
Pittsburg, Nov. 22.Three armed
men held up employees of the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Trust Company and escaped in
an automobile with funds.
"Howe's" Cape Cod cranberries,
extra fancy, 18c a pound, two pounds
for 35c W. Au Stroud. It
Prices 'on silk shirts cut in half.
Walkley & Barnett. 20-2t
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G&bel boys and will be joined in sev- which so many of our sons have suf suf-eral
eral suf-eral days by Mr. Gabel .ind his oldest fered and died.

son Louis, and they will make their The little procession passed out of

home at Pierce. town, thru the woods and bv the fields Chicago Bankers Go to New York to

to the Oklawaha, across the darkly

THE "LONG, LONG WAY hpantifnl stream, and nn ttirn th

II. IU Carroll. PreWe
P. V. Leaven good, Seeretary-Treaaorer
"J." IL neajimla, Editor

Entered at Ocala, pia.; postofflce aa
second-class matter. i-
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ENDED AT LAST J pinywoods to the little Oklawaha cem

etery.

The Oklawaha burying ground is so

tiny a spot that only those who know

the path3 can find it in the encircling
woods. But it is well taken care of.
Those whose departed relatives and
friends lie there meet often and re

move everything that can mar the
graves or the paths that wind be-

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ROBERT MARSH

At the beginning of the great war
there was a song very popular with
the British soldiers, and American
sympathy with the Allies caused it to
spread all over this country. It was
not a patriotic nor a religious song;

had it been, it would only have been

heard on ceremonious occasions, for

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lue soiaier, wim amy ever an arouna tween. On its tombstones may be

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mm, aeatn nangmg over mm, and found the Bames of many of our pio pio-often
often pio-often with a heart aching with home- neers who built home3 in this part o
sickness, always craves what is bright Florida when the red man's trails

and ringing m music. "It's a long, were the only ros.

w i.wai,, ivU6) lt, was a oeautnui day, tne sun
long way to go," said the chorus of the shone brightly, the "sky flecked with

sr.ng, ana a lew wens alter tne nrst fxecy clouds was of the deepest blue,

gun was nrea it was raging around and the light haze of autumn lay on

every nmisn campnre in r ranee. the landscape like a benediction. Many

mere was a signincance to, it that tne times 'doubtless in the fog and chill

men aia not aream oi, ior it was a of-a foreign land, had the dead bov

long, long way indeed to home and thought of the peace and beauty of
peace. hjs far-distant home, and his heart
But after all, it was not so long for iad Ached for it. And now the spirit
them as for our boys, in miles and of his homeland spread her loving

suffering, and homesick waiting m a hands above his quiet heart and shat shat-faraway
faraway shat-faraway land, tered form and whispered, "My son,

The long, long way ended for Virgil J forever rest."

J. Randall Saturday, Nov. 20, when At the cemetery gates, many more
friends of childhood days, and com- friends, living in the community, met

rades some of whom he had never the funeral procession. The pall

seen, laid his body to its last resf in j bearers lifted the casket from the

the little cemetery in the ; Tegion hearse and, preceded by the escort,

his feet knew so well during carried it to and laid it in the grave.

his boyhood days. It had beenlRev. John J. Neighbour, chaplain of

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a long, long-way ior nim. mrst to tne-iegion post, read the beautiful

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(Chicago Journal of Commerce)
M. A. Taylor, president of the First
Trust & Savings Bank; John R. Wash Washburn,
burn, Washburn, vice president of the Continental
& Commercial National, and John
Fletcher of the Fort Dearborn Nation National,
al, National, left last night for New York,
where they will begin the canvass of
financial communities, which will
cover eastern ceinters, to obtain cap capital
ital capital for the Live Stock Corporation

organized here to finance. loans to live

stock shippers and raisers. The com company
pany company has a nominal capital of $1000,
and obtained a charter in Virginia.
Chicago banks subscribed over $8, $8,-G00000,
G00000, $8,-G00000, and in the east and west it
is expected total subscriptions will ap approximate
proximate approximate $30,000,000.
One object the pool has in view is
to finance the raising of herds in
older to perpetuate supplies of cattle
at a minimum cost. Associated with
the three Chicago bankers and a com committee
mittee committee will be two livestock experts

who will provide advice on the plans

to conserve, meat supplies for the fu

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At the close of business November 15th, 1920, issued
on the call of the Comptroller.

Robert Marsh were laid to rest m

Greenwood Cemetery. There were

many people present, both at the res residence
idence residence and the grave. Deep sorrow

was felt by many; sincere sympathy

for the bereaved by all, with great

eense of personal loss, as Mr. Marsh

tlways .cheerful; meeting big trou

bles with courage, and laughing off
the little ones; with a strong hand to

aid his friends and kindness and cour

tesy to all, including the stranger, a
faithful" public, official his indeed is

a place that will be hard to fill.

The services at the home were con

ducted by Rev. Mr, Collins, the Bap

tist pastor.

a long line

ROYAL ARCn MASONS

After a funeraj service at his home

Sunday afternoon, the remains of Mr. the training camp at Camp Wheeler burial service of his church and added

more than three years before, then 1 comforting words of his own. Then

thru the arduous days of training, began the work of filling the grave,
then the railway journey to "An At- in which nearly all the men present
lantic Port," the hurried march at took part. Not until this moment

night to the pier and aboard the trans-J were the protecting folds of the flag

port, the long voyage across the At-1 lifted from the coffin. The grave filled,

lantic. with everv eve of those around I the- firiner. sauad. which had stood at

in the years he has lived in ucaia naa him on the outlook for danger, and rest during the service, came to at at-made
made at-made himself a friend to all who every nerve braced for what at any tention and loaded their guns. The

Knew him. A man- always neipiUl, ni:nfo mlo-Hf Ia r?oafisWV tl. rraah of a voIIpv mn. fhi-nno-li th

debarkation in a strange land, another woods, another and another, and the

long ride of discomfort and, weariness J funeral was over.

to the front; the months of wearing The, Star has not entirely approved

work and ever-present danger of death the plan of bring home the bodies. It

cr maiming, before the American has thought it was better to let them

army cut the hinges off the gate to rest in the soil of the land they in life

Germany and the enemy sued for helped to save. But the writer wit

peace Then after many more days of nessed enough Saturday to see, how

waiting, after the dav of denarture 1 creat a comfort it was to the narents

ine nearse, xoiiowea Dy if or home had been calculated, came and other relatives of Private Ran

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cars, proceeueu w death "in a most uneXDected form, dall to know the body of their bov

Greenwood, where the remains were Little difference then to him was it was again in their keeping, to under undertaken
taken undertaken charge of by the Masons, who vvhere his bodv lav: no matter where stand how in every place in America

with "their always deeply impressive it was his spirit could be near his where the remains of a son or brother

ceremony consigned the body of their hoved ones always. But they wanted it are brought home the same satisfac

brother to its last resting place. brought from the foreign land and tion is felt, to realize that this is one

The pallbearers were Messrs. J. W. laJ(j to rest beneath the skies of feature of the war in whicli our gov

Akin, A. 1. Ihomas, Ur. J. W. liood, home. So the great nation of whom lemment has made no mistake

II. C Sistrunk, Niel erguson and he had been the son and defender There was but little weeping at the
L. W. Duval. brought his body, with. those of many Oklawaha cemetery. The tears had
Thus passes from among us a good other Drave bbys who had made the rearly all run dry, and the wounds
man, whose place in the hearts of his supreme sacrifice for it. back across had ceased to throb. There was

loved ones will not be hlled on this the sea and gave iti to the waiting
side of Jordan, and whom the com- hands, of his own people, who laid it
munity will miss as a citizen of ster- by the dust of others dear to them in
. ling worth. ; the God's acre of his community. And

Mr. Marsh was born May 31, lo. the long, long way was ended

at Iola on the Oklawaha, and nas yirril J. Randall, private first class.

-lived nearly all his life in Marion Company F, 106th Engineers, was the wa3 the large number of beautiful and
county. He moved with his people grst man to be selected from his home well arranged flowers, which were
when a child to Fprt McCoy,, and precinct of Graham ville. He was im-. laid upon the new-made grave almost

there lived, married and brought up mediately sent ; to Camp Wheeler covering it from sight.

most of his children, lie and his where he trained. He went to France The pall bearers were M. C. Izlar,
family removed early in this century with his regiment, which took an hon- Maston O'Neal, A. R. Hogan, Eugene

to bouth Jtionda, ;Dut returned m ored part in the last, decisive months Revels: Frank Morrison and L. H

lfOb, and took up their residence in of the war. In April, .1919, while he Chazal.

Ucaia, where they have made tneir wag at Brest, expecting soon to sail The members of the firing squad

home ever since, tie was a sincere for home he obtained a twenty-day were Sercreant Eugene Mobley, Ser-

commumcant of the Baptist church heave 0f absence, and traveled in that

and a worthy member of the Masonic time over the "most historic part of
order. He had been head of the France, seeing many things which he

. Ocala street department for several J promised himself that he could soon

years. ; describe to the folks at home. Vain
Mr. Marsh leaves to mourn his hope. As he was on his way back to
passing, his devoted wife, Mrs. Laura Brest one dark night, another train
L. Marsh, three : daughters, Misses crashed into his and he and several

Eunice and lily Marsh of Ocala and comrades were killed.

Thrivatt Randall wm hnriPri m one

Lester, Q American cemeteries in France,

and it was at first supposed that his

body would stay there. But the gov

ernment decided to bring home all of
the bodies of its men whom their rel

atives desired to be buried at home.

Regular conventions of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth

Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
II. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

Assets'
Loans and Discounts ..... ... . . ......
Stocks, Bonds an Securities --------.
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation -----
Overdrafts
Five per cent Redemption Fund . . . .
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate ----
Cash and Due from Banks ....... ...

:.-...-.-$ 783,595.42
227,527.29
50,000.00
I........ 213.83
2,500.00
.... 38,000.00
14,034.96
-.....-r:..... 192,806.72

THE RED CROSS NEEDS YOU

Renew your membership Monday,
Tuesday or Wednesday. There will

be a booth on the square where" you

may conveniently enroll in this worthy

cause for the coming year. New mem members
bers members are solicited.
x Mrs. J. H. Taylor,
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow,
20-3t Committee.

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FAIR TICKETS ON SALE

AT THE COURT PHARMACY

Tickets to the fair are now on sale
at the Court Pharmacy. Remember,
the fair commences next Tuesday,
Nov. 23rd, and it is expected to be the j

best one yet.
MARION COUNTY FAIR

SCHOOL HOLIDAY

A?

Teachers and patrons of schools

are hereby notified that the Board of
Public Instruction has allowed Friday

after Thanksgiving as a holiday m

order to give all teachers and children

an opportunity to attend the fair.

W. D. Carn,

ll-15-2tmon Superintendent.

rather a sad satisfaction that a dear
one had come home and was safe for forever
ever forever where those who loved him best
could watch his grave and lay upon
it floral tokens of honor and love.

A notable feature of the occasion

Mrs. D. L. Skipper ,of Zolf o,

four sons, Walter," Robert
Tfarley and Louis.
MRS. L. A. GABEL

The sudden death of : Mrs. L.; A.
Gabel Saturday caused her relatives
and near friends a great shock and
much sorrow. She was comparatively
a young woman, and seemed to have
many" years of goodness and useful usefulness,
ness, usefulness, before. v ': -.

The writer can well remember when

geant James Liddell and First Class
Private J. L. DeYampert.

Card of Thanks
Mr. -and Mrs. J. H. Randall, par

ents of the dead soldier, and all their

kin, desire the Star to crive their

thanks to all who aided in the last

honors to their boy, particularly to

Mr. Roberts who anticipated their

every wish.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort Kiher Camp No. 14 meets at

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

ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov

So his body was exhumed, .and with reigns are always welcome.

thousands more brought to New York

on an army transport, from which

after some delay it was sent to Ocala,

arriving Friday, Nov. 19th.

It was-the desire of the American

J. C. Bray, C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

M r..wi i..:-ti. t... v-j ILeeion and many citizens of the. town held every Monday 'evening at 7:30

, w uivugw uis unuc, ""6 x, ,L'll- of t,Q -1,-11 V,a fl

and beautiful woman. amoner us. She I to Pav special nonors to tne uoay pI r:.; ""' "a

was bright of face and mind, and tho P-ate Randall the first one of r

years and cares may have dimmed J a c. a

tne hrst, theiatter has. never lessen lessened.
ed. lessened. She was most energetic, had bus business
iness business acumen equal to that of most

men and was devoted to her children
and her. home. As a patriot during
the war, none of her means excelled
her, and not

home. But the waiting and uncertain-

as well as the day, the most busy

cf ihe week, caused tne last serv-

ices, tho heartfelt in their sincerity,

to be rather slenderly attended.

The remains of Private Randall

reached Ocala Friday afternoon, in

Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

and needed dollars were cheerfully I charge of Sergeant "Brooks, who es-

given in the hope of makine life corted the body from the pier at Ho-

easier for the boys in the camps and boken, N. J. It' was met nt the station

i me iront. bv a number of the dead soldier's

Mrs. Gabel's ; maiden name was I relatives; and taken in charge by Mr,

Miss Lucy Rion Edwards. "She' was C.T. Roberts of-MacKay & Company,
married in Jacksonville thirteen The casket, sheathed in a staunch

years ago to Mr. Gabel, and they box, was taken to MacKay's chapel,
have ever since inade their home here, where with the flag draping it, it re-

Une of -the sad circumstances of her mained until Saturday morning. Ser

sudden death was that her husband geant Brooks, sincerely thanked by

ana none of her relatives wpnt her the sorrowing relatives, left on the

children were with her; when she died, next northbound train, for his post at

ine iuneral services took dace at Hoboken.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.

M., meets. on the first and third

Thursday evenings of each, month at

7:80 o'clock until further notice.

A. L. Lucas, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Get the habit of reading the ads.

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Mayville Special Tax

School Election

District

Notice is hereby given that an elee-

tion will be held in the Mayville spec-1 ?&y&y&wwiswwisisywswwwy--'. w

tal tax school district on

Thursday, December 16th,

1920,

for the purpose of abolishing the May

ville special tax school district.

Qualified voters at said elction are

all qualified voters who live in the
territory of the Mayville special tax

school district, and pay a tax on real

or personal property.

The following named persons are

appointed inspectors and clerk of said

election :.

Leon Simpson, W. B. Coggins, C.

R. Waterman, inspectors, and C.

Simpson, clerk.

By order of the Board of Public In

struction this the 3rd dav of Novem November,
ber, November, 1920. W. T. Gary,

W. D. Carn, Chairman.

Secretary. ll-15-mon-5t

CITY TAX NOTICE

City taxes and licenses due.

A discount of 2 per cent allowed on

city taxes if paid in November. The

tax rate slightly reduced.--

W. W. Clyatt,

4-tf City Tax Collector.

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For your Automobile

OR AGE

Have your Cars and Trucks
Cleaned, Greased and Oiled
AT NIGHT

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passenger

tra:ns at OUALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub-j

ashed as information and not guar

anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

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

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Leave Arrive

2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am
1:45 Dm 'Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm

6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 Dm j
2:43 am StJPetsbrsr-Lakeland 2:12 am

3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lak eland 1:25 pm

7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox

7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm

3:23 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm;

10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 Dm Gainesville 11 :50 am

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

. JXitJ?lJ3 v at the Fair a great deal See Mc
PRACTICAL CARPENTER ANU '0 .4,25'deal more if your eyes I
BUILDER J wt properly corrected. I FOT all ClaSSCS Cl Z
CareJul estimates made on aft co WEIHE. StOIlC, BrfcIiC, WOOd J
tract Mork. Gives more and better "K. K. J. WJuL and Conrref l
work fcr the money than any other Optometrut and Optician ami loncreiS
contractor in the city. Ejesisht Spediust iiUlICirifl
WM. A. TINSMAN Ask your dealer for FEDERAL v prsriJ !! 2
WWiw. Bread, and accept no other. There's I J J ViO VlI S
CONTRACTOR - none so good. 16-Ct J liltaaUUl
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Contractor
Estimates Furnished Free ,-W. F. Blesch wishes to inform the I h w,nr, Z
Phone No526, 215 W. 5th St., Ocala public that he has added another sk ll- ? Pho 445. 723 Wenona SL
ed barber to his force and 13 better
""Arrow" and Ide -stiff collars $2.60 able-than ever to promptly serve his y" 7
a dozen Walkley & Barnett. 20-2t customers. 17-t Advertising builds business.

Raiolnq the Family- NowonderUqoia-risemitofPat

risner

- About 9:30 a. nt. Saturday, the
funeral procession left for Oklawaha
cemetery. First went the car with
the military escort, then one with the

the cemetery, Sunday- afternoon, Rev.
J,; J. Neighbour officiating, and the
remains were laid to Vest in the annex
to Greenwood cemetery. Her step

father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. R. pallbearers, : and next to that the

.h.. Clark, from Pierce, Fla., as well hearse. Following this were several
as her husband reached here in time cars containing relatives and intimate
to attend the funeral. The pallbear- friends of the dead, and then several
ers were Messrs. C. S. Cullen. IL A, more filled with people who desired to

Da vies, George Pasteur, ;Frank Drake, help pay, the last honors to the boy

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Successors to Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at pur Used Cars. All are Bargains ana Guaranteed as represented.
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage

Cars Washed $1.00

Cars Polished 51.00

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AUCTION PARTY IN
COMPLIMENT TO MRS. FUTCH

Read Over These

rices

Best Bine Rose Rice, per pound ..... 10c
Best Head Rice, per pound;.-. v. A2l2c
Meal and Grits, six pounds for, . 25c
3 Bars of P. & G. Naptha Soap - 25c,
4 Bars of Clean Easy Soap ; ,A 25c
Pearline, Grandma, Lighthous and Octa Octagon
gon Octagon Wash Powder......: 5c
Seafoam Wash Powder, 4 for ... 25c
ArgoIStarch, 3jpackagesjfor .. ..T..:25c
Jello Ice Cream Powder, 2 packages for 1. 25c
Fresh Eggs, guaranteed, always on hand.
Premier Peas, 3 cans for ... $1.00
Premier Corn, 3 cans for .... 85c
Klims, 1-pound cans J. 95c
Klims, 2-pound cans ....... 81.80
Klims, 5-pourid cans v. .... r .... S3.50
Reddick Peanut Butter, bulk per pound. .. 30c
Reddick Peanut Butter, 1-pound can... 35c
Reddick Peanut Butter, 4-pound-can $1.20
All other Groceries as Low as Good Quality
and Full Weight will allow.

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Aecczmfbg and Auditing

PHONE 332

Successors to CARN-THOMAS CO.

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Funeral Directors & Emhalmers

PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
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OCALA LODGE No! 285, B. P. O. E.

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

the second and fourth Tuesday eve

nings 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.

The three-table auction party Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon at which Mrs. Harry

Walters was the hostess at her at
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tractive nome on Okiawana avenue,

complimenting Mrs. Hugh Futch of
St. Petersburg, was one of the most

enjoyable smaller affairs given in. the

city this season.

For this occasion Mrs. Walters had
the rooms of the lower floor opened

en suite and the home was unusually

attractive with its decorations of

handsome pink and white roses, which

were tastefully arranged in large

vases in each room, and asparagus
fern was also gracefully twined in

appropriate places.

After several hours spent xat the

absorbing game of auction, the hos

tess served her guests to refresh

ments of chicken salad, hot cheese
and pimento sandwiches, pickles, sal-

tines and hot chocolate with cream.

To Miss Marian Dewey fell first
prize, a box of stationery, and to the
honoree, Mrs. Futch, was given a
similar gift as a memento of this de

lightful and enjoyable party which
came to an end about 6 o'clock.

CLASS MEETING

Class number nine of the Methodist

Sunday school met yesterday at the

home of the teacher, Mrs. M. M. Lit Little.
tle. Little. After devotional exercises, the

roll was called, officers elected and

other business transacted.

Donations were then received and

a box was packed with useful, neces

sary and valuable articles to be sent

at a Thanksgiving offering to the

Methodist orphanage at Enterprise.

There was vocal and instrumental

music and some very interesting

games.

Those participating in this informal

affair were Rose Allen Gray, Fay

Kussell, Inez Teuton, Eva Brooks,
Ruth Parker, Stella Colson, Mary

; Virginia Stevenson, Mary Louise At

kinson, Mrs. M. M. Little and Miss
Maud Lillian Little.

Will be open' until' 9 o'clock Thanks

giving morning. Phone (243) your
orders early. Cook's Market and
Grocery. 20-4t

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Special sale on boys' suits. Walkley

&" Barnett. 20-2t

Celery and cranberries. Cook's

Market and Grocery, phone 243. 17-tf

RECEPTION TO NEW MEMBERS

OF OCALA WOMAN'S CLUB

At Saturday's meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club the president, Mrs. H. C.
Dozier having just returned from the
state federation assembled at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, was full of enthusiasm on the

subject but only gave an inkling of

the delights and benefits derived from
this great gathering. She will give
a full account at the next club meeting.

The program for the afternoon, ar

ranged by the able chairmen of the

music and hospitality committees,

Mrs. H. M. Hampton and Mrs. F. H.

Logan, consisted mainly of selections

fiom Italian opera. Mrs. Duval read

a synopsis of the story of the ope.ra,
Madame Butterfly, followed by a
beautiful selection sung by Mrs.
Hampton, accompanied by Mrs. More-

men. Then came two delightful read

ings by Mrs. Frederick Hocker, the

first of which was "Willie's Prayer."
She was accompanied by Miss Wart-

man, Miss Musie Bullock with her

sister, Miss Mildred Bullock at th
piano, then charmed her audience with
a selection from the opea Le Nozze di
Figaro. Mrs. Warner, chairman of
literature, read a synopsis of the story
of La Gioconda, as a prelude to the
singing of Mrs. H. H. Black, who ren-

dtrd two beautiful numbers from this
opera. Mrs. Moremen was her accom accompanist.
panist. accompanist. The last vocalist was Mrs.

Manly, who received great applause

after the singing of two attractive
English songs.

After formal adjournment, the new

members of the club were placed in a

receiving line where they were most

heartily greeted and welcomed to the

ranks by all present. Delicious ice

cream and cake were served by the

officers. Gorgeous noinsettias made

the hall most attractive.

A DESERVED CRITICISM

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wilt offer at unusually attractive
prices for the balance of this week.
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'yd. very latest styles in I
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gold and silver.
j& A large stock of high-grade Jewelry
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over ray stock and get my prices,
whether you are ready to buy or not.
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THANKSGIVING DAY. last year,
I ATE my dioWj
ALONE ia the big town.
AND THE TURKEY was alL
NEATLY VARNISHED and had,
NICE LITTLE paper pants,
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ON BOTH its legs.
AND TASTED Btrongly
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LIKE NOTHING at alL.

BUT THIS year.
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MAN ALIVE, I'm going host
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AND THERE will be,
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A COUNTRY turkey

DONETOatan
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BROVN AND saTory
CRISP. AND fiak
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SENDING UP litUa clonLt
OF TANTALIZING steam.
MAKING NOSTRILS wrlnkld,
AND PALATES quiver,
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OH BOY, real turkey,
AND THEN aftenrazdM, V
ABLE TO breathe
BUT NOT to bead.
I'LL REACH for a smoked
THAT'S THE real turkey, to9.
COSTLY AROMATIC Turkish.
BLENDED WITH the best.
OF MELLOW Domestic leaf.
.
AND ONCE again oh boy.
CAN'T YOU just hear me.
INFORMING THE world.

"THEY SATISFY."

ITS real Turkish tobacco that goes into
Chesterfields really grown in Turkey and
bought on the ground by our own buyers. To
blend it with best Domestic, in the exclusive
Chesterfield way leave that to us I They
Satisfy?" Well leave that to you.

(Toronto Mail and Empire)
Apart from adopting the institution

of African slavery, the greatest mis mistake
take mistake ever made by the United States

has been its immigration policy. For
generations practically -any person

who could scrape up the money .for a
passage was admitted to the country
and no questions were asked. In the

last twenty years the meshes of the
net have been made smaller aiid the
flow' has been checked. But the mis

chief has been done and it will be a
long time before it will disappear,
even should a very stringent immi

gration policy be put into effect by the
ne wadministration. The result has

been that the United States is com composed
posed composed of a congeries of nationalities,
and only in : a technical sense can it

be called a-nation at all. That was
proved in the great war.. From 1914

to 1917, the country was divided as

to what was its duty. Millions of peo

ple of Anglo-Saxon stock believed
that the war concerned the United
States as much as it concerned, any
of the powers engaged. Millions of

German-Americans and Jewish-Amer

icans, realizing the impossibility of

dragging the country into war on the

side of the Central Empires, clung to

a policy of neutrality and to more or
less underhand efforts to injure the

cause of the Allies. One infers from

a recent speech by Secretary Tumulty

that President Wilson would have lik

ed to enter the struggle earlier but
knew that the country was not .ready

for it. His 1916 election was won on

the cry, "He kept us out of war,"

which bejng translaetd meant, "He
kept us from injuring Germany."

We have seen in the recent elec

tions one of the results cf permitting
foreigners to enter the country at will

and to form separate racial groups.

Politicians of all kinds made their

appeals to the German-Americans, to
the Irish-Americans, to the Jtussian

and Polish-hating ewish-Americans,

to the Italian-Americans and to rep representatives
resentatives representatives of a score of other races.

Nobody paid much attention to the
real American-American, the : man

who finds it necessary to boast that

he is "100 per cent American." These

hacial groups, in many states decided

the issue for the whole country.. An

cient animosities and prejudices have

been brought to the United States in

millions of immigrants' bundles, a fact

which makes it ridiculous for Ameri

can public men to talk about no for

eign entanglements. lt was Roose

velt who referred to those who re
garded the United States as a poly
got boarding house." There are mill

ions of them. The-melting pot has

failed to fuse these refractory ele

ments. So long as they are permit

ted to have their own foreign Ian

guage newspapers, and to settle m

communities and ghettos they never

will become assimilated. There is a

i

lesson here for Canada that ought not
to be lost on our public men. Better

by far that our country should in

crease m population solely as the re-!

suit or a normal birth rate than that

it should become a huge conglomera

tion of tribes and races like the United

States.

-NEEDHAM MOTORIC.
General Repairing,
. Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
: AGENTS FOR
SC R IPPS-BOOTH SIX
Phone 252 Cor. Oklawalia mid Onnrje
Used Cars for Sale

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You want to enjoy Thanksfliving to the
Ml this year.
A good dinner such a one as you
- can order here will be necessary.
There isn't a single grocery item that you will need
in connection with the dinner that we are not ready
to supply quality unexcelled, and Prices are the
Lowest.

Tire Prices Kedtai

DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3, QOA PA
old price $23.80, now V.UU
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3, Qf C P(S
old price $17.60, now... -Itl.UU
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIALIOriD TUBES
Our Repair Department, in charge of all-rouud
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man.
DIIE PARAGE

JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor

Phone 258 West Broadivay

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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S

meets at the Masonic hall the second

and fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 8 o'clock.

Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS

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

meets every Tuesday evening at the

Odd Fellows hall at the corner of

Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A

! warm welcome always extended to

visiting brothers.

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

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5IOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
SyhiiEiT for QUALITY "ft rr' ff

V. K. Lane, M. D, Physleica
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Ncm
Threat. Office over 5 and 10

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Visit the Marion County Fair Nov. 23-27

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Gifts That Last

Diamonds Watches
Cut Glassware
Gold Bracelets, Lavalliers and Necklaces
Alarm Clocks Sterling Silver
Ivory Sets and Odd Pieces

If v you have any

phone to five-one.

society items,

Temperature this morning, 54; thi3

afternoon, 69.

$1X0 silk socks for $1 a

Walkley & Barnett.

pair at
20-2t

Judge W. S. Bullock is holding

court at Brooksville this week.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-;
; SIM-; ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Let us bake your turkeys and fruit

cakes for your Thanksgiving dinner.

Carter's Bakery. 20-3t

Mr. G. W. Chase is spending a few

days in Jacksonville, attending the

fair.

Abruzzi seed. rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf

Mr. J. S. Pearson left Sunday for
a few days' visit to the state fair in
Jacksonville.

"Superejxcellent" may be a big
word, but it describes those rolls we
serve our customers fresh every day.

Federal Bakery. 16-6t

Dr. H. C. Nichols
afternoon for a few
visit to Jacksonville.

left yesterday
days' business

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company, Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're

'ghticg for QUALITY not prices, tf

Mrs.' David S.Kaye of -Chicago has

arrived m the city to spend the winter
at the home of her sister, Mrs. Q. C.

Hale.

Over fifty years t ago a young
physician practiced widely in a
rural district and became famous
for his uniform success in the
curing of disease. This was Dr.
Pierce, who afterwards estab established
lished established himself in Buffalo, N. Y.,
and placed one of his prescriptions,
which he called "Golden Medical
Discovery,- in the drug stores of
the United States so that the pub public
lic public could easily obtain this very
remarkable tonic, corrective and
blood -maker. Dr. Pierce manu manufactured
factured manufactured this Discovery from
roots and barks a corrective
remedy, the ingredients of whicfc
nature had put in the fields end
forests, for keeping us healthy.
Few folks'or families now living
have not at sometime or other vised
this "Golden Medical Discovery"
for the stomach, liver and heart.
Over twenty -four million bottles
of this tonfc and blood remedy
tay gold la this gemy,

W-LMQVd.iiiiLi.

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE 1917 model Ford tour touring
ing touring car, or will trade for real es estate.
tate. estate. S. S. Savage Jr. 19-t

FOR SALE Seed cane, $12 per thou thousand;
sand; thousand; two large mules, ?450 for
the pair; one fresh jersey cow and
three weeks old calf, $7,5. Apply
to N. W. Harison, Oklawaha, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. x. 19-12t

FOR RENT My entire home which
can be used as two apartments, on
Orange avenue. For further partic particulars
ulars particulars see me or call Mrs. Martha
Williams at the home of Mrs. R. S.
Hall,- Fort King avenue. 1 f 19-tf

FOR SALE-Ten acres' of land in

Marion county, near Belleview.
Write owner, Geo. J." Hummel, 219
Marie Ave, St. Paul, Minn. 19-6t

WOOD When you want wood, phone

566; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.

Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand

ers, Proprietor. ll-12t

Let us bake your turkeys and fruit

cakes for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Carter's Bakery. 20-3t

Messrs. T. T. Munroe, Robert 'Mun

roe, D. is. Williams ana Misses ADDie
and Annie Munroe spent Sunday very

pleasantly at Lake Weir.

Special sale on boys suits. Walkley

& Barnett. 20-2t

Agency ?
Paramount Phonographs
and Records

J. E. Allemand

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Harrington Hall Block Ft, King Ave.

OCALA, FLORIDA

Visit the Marion County Fair Nov: 23-27

Goodrich
Silverlown Cords

Best in the Long Run"

Mr. Bfuce Mef f erf, on
one ol these Famous
Tires, made
29,9811 Miles:

BLA10CK BROS.
Vulcanizing
Phoac 78 Oklawaha & Main

Mr. A. 0. Dutton, a prominent citi citizen
zen citizen of Waupaca, Wis., is a visitor in
the city at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Q. C. Hale on-Eighth, street. Mr.
Dutton is so well pleased with our
town that he contemplates locating
here.

Mr. M. M. Little, county probation

officer, returned this afternoon from

Marianna, where he went to place a

boy in the reform school.

We have delicious pies, such as

emon, cocoanut, apple, peach, mince

and pumpkin; Carter's Bakery. 20-4 1

Mr. Julian R.' Bullock has returned

ta Orlando after a brief visit in the

city at the home of his parents,

Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock.

$1.50 silk socks for $1 a pair, at

Walkley & Barnett. 20-2t

Mrs. C. B. Wheeler of Miami will

arrive in ucaia tomorrow atternoon

for a visit at the home of her sister,

Mrs. J. R. Dewey and family.

Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.

Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf

Mrs. D. L. Skipper and 'children of

Zolfo arriver in Ocala Sunday morn

ing to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Skipper's father, Mr. Robert Marsh,
Sunday afternoon.

We have delicious pies, such as
lemon,: cocoanut, apple, peach, mince
and pumpkin. Carter's Bakery. 20-4t
Mrs. Paul Simmons will entertain
at an auction luncheon tomorrow

morning from 11 to 1 o'clock, com

plimenting Mrs. Hugh Futch, who is
a charming visitor in the city, the
guest of her 'sister-in-law, Mrs. Lev Lev-erett
erett Lev-erett Futch.

Fresh and crisp, with just enough
sweetening to make it palatable
makes federal Bread the best to be

had. 16-6t

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand's friends
are glad to have them at home again

after an absenec of many months at

Butler, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Blair Hooks,
Mrs. Durand's parents, will arrive
Dec, 1st to spend the winter with

their son-in-law and daughter.

Have your mirrors re-silvered. All

vork called for, delivered and guar

anteed. Ocala Mirror and-" Plating

Works, Yonge block, Fort King
avenue, phone 594. 9-tf

Special sale on suitcases and bags.
Walkley & Barnett; V 20-2t
Dr. Hugh Futch of St. Petersburg,
will arrive in Ocala Wednesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to spend Thanksgiving with

his wife and son at the 'home of Mrt

Raiford Simmons.

Our celebrated triple coated cinna cinnamon
mon cinnamon buns are not equaled anywhere,
federal Bakery. 16-6t

Having to return north,' must sell
my tourist's "palace on wheels." It is
equipped for cooking, eatingf sleeping
and traveling. A fine outfit. To be
seen at the camp grounds. 22-lt

Pon't fail to visit the' Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. and Mrs. N; TJ Mitchell are re receiving
ceiving receiving the congratulations of their
friends upon the arrival of their first
child, a lovely little daughter, who
was born at the hospital Saturday
evening.

Citron, marble, fig, fruit, pound,
raisin and walnut cakes. Also angel
and layer cakes for Thanksgiving.
Carter's Bakery. 20-4t

Mrs. C. E. Coodey left yesterday

afternoon for Jacksonville to spend a
few days with her husband, after
which she will again return to Ocala

for another visit at the home of her

daughter, Mrs. Edward Tucker.

Miss i'anemta Jiendricx, ,wno ; re

sides with Mrs. H. L. Mitchell No.

405 Seventh avenue, left Saturday for
a visit of several weeks with her sis

ter, Mrs. Robert Caruthers, in An

thony, and her aunt, Mrs. F. j

Howse, in Ocala. Tampa Tribune.

WANTED Boarders at 704 North

Magnolia street. Rates, $9 per

week or ?2 per day. Mrs. J. E

Stilley. 17-7t

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FOR SALi: 25,000 stalks' improved

Japanese seed cane, at $2 per hun hundred.
dred. hundred. Mayo-Lyles-Cauthen Farm,
Summerfield. 16-tf

WANTED A good farmer to farm

on shares Also'would like to plant
ten, fifteen or twepty acres of oats
on shares. I have good land near
town. W. D. Carn. 15-tf

CABBAGE PLANTS Protected from
frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Summer,
Lup ton's best Long Island seed,
$1.50 per thousand; special price in
large quantities. Parcel post or

ders 25 cents per thousand extra.
J. R. Davis Farms. Bartow. Fla. tf

FOR SALE Motorcycle:. Excelsior,

twin cylinder, thoroughly overhaul

ed: Bosch magneto, new tires, new

painted; looks and runs like new. A
qpick sale for $125. Will give dem demonstration
onstration demonstration if you mean business.
Write J. E. Knight, Citronelle Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. ll-16-6t

FOR SALE Florida : BLACK RYE,

at $3.25 per bushel. J. P. Smith,

Ebb,. Fla. 15-12t

WOOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads

of. oak and pine wood. Phone 322,

residence. E. Bomolini.

18-18t

FOR SALE OR TRADE One second

hand 2-hp. International engine,

one new steel bur cornmeal mill;

will trade for ; anything. D. N,

Mathews, 609 Second, St., Ocala. 6t

FOR SALI One five-room cottage

with garage; desirable location;

large lot 90xll2.- Also one two-

stor residence with modern con

veniences, close in. Address Owner,

postomce box 303. 20-lm

Minnehaha Indian Moccasins just

the thing for bedroom comfort. Have

your feet examined by an absolute

expert free. Little's Shoe Parlor. 6t

; Mr. William Boyle of .New Orleans
has returned to his home after a
pleasant ten days stay in the city, a
guest at the Harrington. MfT Boyle
is treasurer of the Commercial Credit
Co. of New Orleans and during his
visit in Ocala made a number of
friends.

VVUUD Oak and pine, cut to any

length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell, Oak.

(phone charges paid.) ) 11-tf

Prices on silk shirts
Walkley & Barnett.

cut

in half.
20-2t

Mr. E. L. Wartmann, one of the
county's most substantial, citizens, is
in town today from his Citra home.
Mr. Wartmann says the truck grow growers
ers growers of that section are shipping a
great many snap beans and the prices
are fine. He also appreciated the Star
$10 worth.

Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's Market and Grocery,, phone
243, North Main street. ,17-tf
Mrs. J. K. Kershaw concluded yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon a pleasant visit in
the city as a guest at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crosby.
Mrs. Kershaw after visiting several
towns in Georgia will join her hus husband
band husband in Atlanta,, where they will in
future reside. :

Have your mirrors" re-silvered. All
work called for, delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
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J r venue, .phone 504. 9-tf

FOR SALE Four pure bred Rhode
Island Red cockerels. ; Mrs. Z. C
Chambliss. 12-6t

LOST Pointer gip; two liver spots

on back and head. Six months old

Return to W. A. Stroud.

W ANTED Young women 4 over

years old to take courses in hospita!

training for nurse... Reasonable

salary paid while taking course.

Splendid opportunity for high

grade instruction. Address the

Marvin H. Smith Sanitarium, Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Fla. 22-3t

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BOOKS! BOOKS!

THE SPECIALTY SHOP
Has on display the prettiest line of BOOKS ever
shown in Ocala
' Books for grown-ups.
Books for Boys and Girls.;
Juvenile Books of every description.
See our line before buying.
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Leaving this afternoon for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to attend the Rotary conven convention
tion convention were the following Mr. and Mrs.
R. II. Todd, Mr. and Mrs. W. T Gary,
Mr Harvey Clark and Mr. Louis H.
Chazal. Mr. Chazal went especially
to attend the meeting of the state
commercial secretaries.

Ask for a pan of Federal Rolls
they're delicious. Federal Bakery. 3tf

Mrs. Myers Messer, formerly Miss
Jean TeaguVof this city, spent the.
week-end in town the guest of Miss
Mary McDowell. Mrs. Messer return
ed to Lady Lake Sunday afternoon for
another visit with her parents, ,Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Teague, before re returning
turning returning to her home 'in' South Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Mrs Messer has scores of
f i iends in Ocala who gave her a cor cordial
dial cordial welcome, and trust that her next
visit will not be at sueh a long interval;

MAS Sr APPLET

At 10W Prices!
We have a carload of Bananas on the Seaboard
Team Track which are being sold
v Wholesale, $ 2.C0 per bushel
Retail, 55c per peck or 30c half peck
Come early as they will not last long
at the prices.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL

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Mr. R. L. Anderson Jr. left yester

day afternoon for. Jacksonville to

meet his wife and father-in-law, Mr.
Christian Ax, and they reached the
city this afternoon. Mrs. Anderson's
many friends- are delighted to have
her" home again and to see her enjoying-her
usual good health after
her -recent operation for appendicitis.
On account of the illness of Mrs.
Keidel, Mrs. ;Ax's mother, the latter

rwillnot return to the city until after

Christmas.

Meet me at the American Cafe.
Ution Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. 3e3t dinner in
the state for ,75c Eat and drink a Ii
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:S0 p. m. 17-tf

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Price Reductions
Are Fashionable

And in order to stay at
the top in fashions we

Z have reduced the prices
2 on all of our READY
: TRIMMED HATS, many
2 of which have been in
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2 All during Fair Week
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$20 Hats for $15

SIS Hats for $12

$10 Hats for 37
Also many pretty Hats
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