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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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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: Fair tonight
and Wednesday, no change in temper temperature.
ature. temperature. OGALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23,' 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 281
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DIG HABIT Oil WiUIIG
HE WILL BE HELD
FAIR RATES FOR
FT0RIOA GROWS
FIRST DAY OF THE
CQUE1TY FAIR
UE1ADLE TO AEflEE
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THE DECREASE
PHOCUTIOII

P R ES I D E H T- ELECT
'ATPIAI

III HOLLAND

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A Large and Well Selected Stock of
Exhibits Brought in and
Being Put in Place
This is the first day of the thir thirteenth
teenth thirteenth annual Marion County Fair,
and tho' there are a good many peo people
ple people on the grounds there is, as usual
on the beginning day, a comparatively
small crowd. The indications are that
there will be a big attendance on each
of the following three days.
Exhibits began .to come in early
this mprning, and the, exhibitors were
entirely too busy to have any fun un until
til until noon. This afternoon, sightseeing
and amusement begun, and will reach
full height tomorrow.
BAD EGGS WILL BE BUSTED
A bunch of confidence men came in
from Tampa yesterday, were prompt promptly
ly promptly spotted and ordered to leave town.

The mayor gave the chief of police in instructions
structions instructions to keep the fair grounds

and town free of swindlers and beg

Ers. The police force has been
largely increased, and the policemen

have been instructed in case of any

or.e acting' suspiciously to arrest first

and make investigations afterward.

Added to that, all our people should

be on the lookout, as there are many
bad characters, from sneaks to mur

derers, in Florida this season.
GOOD SHOWS

The midway furnished by the Miller

Bros, shows is far larger and supe
rior to the ordinary jnidway attrac

tions. The midway consists of fifteen

shows, three riding devices and nu
merous smaller attractions. Two uni

ft rmed bands are "on the grounds.

Tnere is not one objectionable feature

on the midwav, and nothing is said or
dune which is objectionable. Turn out
and sh6w the fair association that you

appreciate high class attractions.

The old plantation shaychanges its

program every day., The Wild West
is another feature attraction, also the

O'Flarity Animal Show and Dicken
son's Congress of Wonders.

Clash is Possible Between Assembly

of the League of Nations and
the Council

(Associated Press) -Geneva,
Nov. 23, A clash between

the council and the assembly of the

league of nations over .the Armenian

question loomed as a possibility today

as a 1 result of failure of the council
of the league' to act last night on the
Viciani resolution. The entire'question

of the relations of the council and the
assembly may be raised.

"A" CLUB ENTERTAINED

Miss Mabel Meffert was the hostess

last evening at her home, entertaining

the members of the "A" club at their

regular weekly meeting. Misses1 Mam

ie Shephard and Meme Davis were the

only invited guests. The usual game
cf auction was indulged inland Mis
Sue Moore, who made high score,' was
rewarded with an artistic candle

holder. Refreshments- of sherbet,

cake and salted nuts were served by

the hostess and soon after the guests

departed. Miss Sue Moore will"- en entertain
tertain entertain the club at its next meeting.

Says Supervisor of Prohibition, De- Tc Whom It May Concern:

nnt t, Soi,nrp f In accordance with the proclamation

. I of the president of the United States,

ureiwlwuwUB and the governor of the state of Flor

- (Associated Press) ida designating Thursday, the 2th

M vt nment oay of November. A. u. iyu, as

- 1 rPKmLM-MT"wv Hair ortn eatriTtm sawma

agents seized over a million dollars I &

V dis- asiGe a3 a ieai noimay, i nereoy re

tributed among the hospitals of the Upectfully request that all persons

country.

engaged in any business or profession

in the city of Ocala refrain from the

pursuance of their occupations on that
day and observe same as a holiday.

It is the duty of every citizen in

the city of Ocala to show, by the ob

servance of this holiday, a spirit of
thankfulness for the blessings that

1 1 lira Koati rirVi ea tr Vi i m am1 4-V

, Mr. Tyson Eldndge Parramore of tectiQn am care that have been

Despite the large seizures, the drug

habit is on the decrease, in the opinion
of Supervisor Fitzpatrick of the pro prohibition
hibition prohibition enforcement department.
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, PARRAMORE-WYCHE

DREADFULLY UNHEALTHY
IN THE CITY OF DUBLIN

Eureka, and Miss Bessie Mae Wyche

of Micanopy; two of Marion county's

finest young folks, were united m

marriage this afternoon. The cere-

mony was solemnized by Dr. Charles co.opERATICE pLAN

L.. uomns, pastor oi ine ucaia rapi.isi.
church, in the parlors of the pastorium
on South Third street. The bride and

groom were, unaccompanied and the

wedding was, therefore, one of quiet
simplicity. Mr. Parramore is one of

the substantial business men of his

" i j ah mi I rapidly developing, according to head-
circle of friends. All will join m the fe ..

... , . . quarters oi tne .f armers National
heartiest good wishes for their future II, . A . .
If .vain I larx Iaik) A contiatiAti r ava If a

BIRDS OF A FEATHER
FLOCK TO BOLSHEVIK!

(Associated Press) ;
Harbin, Manchuria, Nov. 23. It is
reported that units of General 'Zeme 'Zeme-noff's,
noff's, 'Zeme-noff's, anti-bolshevik army -surrender

ed, to soviet forces, which they join

AMERICA UNWILLING TO
TAKE CARE OF ITS OWN

. (Associated Press)
Belfast, Nov. 23. The death toll in
Dublin totalled five persons yesterday.
Murder is Rampant
London, Nov. 23. Murder stalked
through the streets of Dublin yester yesterday
day yesterday and last night, it was stated, that
at least 26 persons had been killed and
upwards of 100 more or less seriously

wounded. The day's disorders which

added an appalling chapter, to the

tragedy which has been' enacted in
Iceland for the past several months,

began with the apparently deliberate

shooting of 14 men who, for the most
part, were military" officers. During
the afternoon Irish constabulary or
"black and tans" raided Croke park,
where a football ygame was in pro progress
gress progress and in the melee which resulted
ai least ten persons were killed.
Dublin's apprehension that reprisals
would follow" last night proved un unfounded,
founded, unfounded, and it is believed that gov

ernment reports of three or four kill-

n the city after midnight were

due to their confusion with outrages

near Dublin. :'L-t'i"J'--!-l,-

was made

l shown to him and to his by Him who

is the giver of all good and perfect

gifts. .R. L. Anderson Jr., Mayor.

TO PURCHASE SUPPLIES

,Chicago, Nov. 20. Co-operative

purchase of supplies by farmers run

ring co-operative grain 'elevators is
now under way in a number of middle
western states and the movement is

happiness.

THE RED CROSS BOOTH

Grain TJealers Association here

officers say there is likelihood that a

national co-operating purchasing or

ganization will, be formed here in De December
cember December at. the association's first na

tional convention. Ohio farmers who

Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mrs. Grider Per-
Vina arA f i a a Marv TWpDnwpll SrP in

charge of the Red Cross booth "at the' have organized a $100,000 purchasing
Court Pharmacy today and are quite company arejeported to have con con-licrht
licrht con-licrht r- h nn,hpr nf mpmhprs tracted for the output of a coal mine

enrolled. It is the desire of those in and a feed mill and to be buying other
charee of the roll call that .all old materials such as fencing and sugar,

members and as many new ones as

possible call at the booth and register,

thus making it unnecessary to canvass

the citv. If after lookincr over the

roster for last veat Wednesdav eve- The sad news has just .come of the

ninff, the majority of those names who death of Mrs. Susan B. Anthony, for
nnar tTiPronn havA not rp-prirolled. years one of Ocala's most estimable

committees will be appointed to make women, but who for the last year or

by the carload.

MRS. ANTHONY

a canvass of the city.

COMPLAINT MADE OF

FILTHY FILTHY LUCRE

more nas Deen living" witn ner son
Edward in Atlanta. We will try to

give further particulars tomorrow.

Washington, Nov. 23. Inability to
interest American capital on a large
scale in the nation's insular posses possessions
sions possessions has retarded the development of
their natural resources, according to
a report of the bureau of insular affairs.

. The Cour.t Pharmacy will be closed
after 12 o'clock Thanksgiving Day. 2t

Official announcement.

todav that the assassinations totalled

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14 white six persons, 'including Sinn I

Havana, Nov. 16. Americans m
Cuba have joined Cuban bankers and
business men in making fresh com

plaint of the worn-out money m circu circulation
lation circulation here. Except silver, the only
currency in use is American. It has

It's an easy name to remember

Federal al ways ask for Federal : if
you want the best bread to be had. 6t

AUGUSTA VERY, WEAK

(Associated Press)

Doom. Holland. Nnv. 23 Th fnr,

been changing hands so often that it mer German empress is very weak.
ail 1 1 i 1 1 AT J4- I

ohenzollern Can't Go to Corfu With Without
out Without the Consent of the -Allies

(Associated Press)
The Hague, Nov. 23. Former Em

peror William of Germany could go

to Corfu only with the consent of the

allies, the foreign office "announces,
eventhough former Green King Con-

stantine .regained .the throne and in

vited him.

VENIZELOS IS TIRED
Paris, Nov. 23. Venizelos is de

spondent over his defeat at the polls
and may retire permanently from

politics, his son told a newspaper cor

respondent.

ROYAL SWINDLERS
Berlin, Nov. 23. One hundred emi

nent persons, among them Crown

Princess Cecilie, Prince Eitel Fried-

Entire Country Affected by the Recent
Discrimination:Against
Our State

(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 23. Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of Florida fruit and vegetable
growers appeared today before the
Interstate Commerce Commission to
argue the petition fox a suspension of
the proposed diversion and reconsign reconsign-nient
nient reconsign-nient charges on fruits and vegetables
as ordered by the commission. The
delegation says it effects the entire

country.

MRS. E. M. PETTY

The Star regrets to announce the
death of Mrs. E. M. Petty, a lady

from Fellowship, brought here for
treatment, and who passed away last
night. Her remains will be laid to

Harding's Ship Arrived at Christobal
this Morning and was Given a
Vociferous Welcome

(Associated Press)
Colon, Panama, Nov. 23. Senator
Harding arrived at Christobal at nine
o'clock, today aboard the steamer
Parismina. The steamer was given a
noisy, welcome by harbor craft and
the president-elect flooded with invi invitations
tations invitations to public functions. He will
stay five days.

SOLDIERS HELD ON SUSPICION

rich, Prince August Wilhelm, the late)rest in Fellowship cemetery this aft aft-Prince
Prince aft-Prince Joachim, Count Radolin and jernoon.
Princess Wanda Radziwill have smug-

gled to Holland two hundred and .TAX COLLECTORS MEET

fifty million marks, asserted Herman

Mueller, former German chancellor

in the reichstag.

PLEBISCITE POSTPONED

IN OCALA NEXT MONTH

J Mr. W. W. Stripling has received
ifiom Mr. W, G. Long, tax collector of

Pari;'rPVWi,n!Lake county and president of the

. , "" i 'xt State Tax Collectors Association, no no-office
office no-office has been informed that the;. A, . , ...
i i-" x j -j xi.' i. tice that all tax-collectors-elect will

pieotsciie w ueciue on tiie it turn ui j

ex-King Constantine has been
poned until Dec. 5th.

post- ;

meet in Ocala Tuesday, Dec. 14th, to

jdiscuss the new law regarding the

fees of county officials. The law was

RED CROSS VETERANS C "7- : CI. ?' 1' III

AND SOME RECRUITS T conuia
:and no two of them have been able to

The following names were inscribed

ct the Red Cross roll yesterday. Many

are those who. have been enlisted for j

agree on its meaning.

'The Court Pharmacy will be closed

nftpr 15? nVlnV ThnnVscrivincr Hav. 9f.

years, and only, so to speak, paid their i

dues, but a number put their names. The foilowin? werG amonff vester-

cn theVoll for the first time: !day,s visitors in the city: Miss Hat-
JVIrs. Annie Van Deman. Mrs. C. C.tie Gross and MrSi 0. M. Barnes of
Ealkcom, Mrs. M. M. Carter, Mrs. H.;Irvine. Miss Katie McCreary, Tarpon
M. Hampton.. Mrs.' G. E. Morgan, Mrs. c;rrings. Mrs Kaymond Orcutt, Con Con-Mary
Mary Con-Mary Eagleton, Mr. Earl Hall, Miss ,necticut: Misses Martha Pfeil. Gen-

Roseman, Mr. F. W. Ditto, Mrs. F. TJeva Coggin and Mrs. G. H. Van Dyke,
Schreiber, Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Shep- j Weirsdale: M stone. Mr

hard, D. S. Smith Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J George Smith and Miss Rose Lopez,
DeWitt Griffin, Miss C. Barco, Mr. L. Martel. Mis6s Kathleen and Foye

xii, mi. v. o. uuuxuw, -.Herring and Mrs.'F F. Herring, Mor Mor-Annie
Annie Mor-Annie LL Woodrow, J. E. Walker, Miss !r;g0n
Lillian Melin, Clifford Livingston, ,

w. r .liiescn, Mrs. k. j. rerKins, uenj jron, marble, fig, fruit, pound,
Rheinauer, W. S. Bullock Jr., Henry raisin and walnut cakes'. Also angel
Gordon, J. P. Galloway, Miss Susie and layer cakes for Thanksgiving.
Tmi Fiilic s o. m TTrtwo-rH Carter's Bakery 20-4t

lis tattered almost beyond the point of

recognition, and health experts have

Feineis were injured during the at- beclarea that much of it is a public

jt-o, i uui ouuo vvcjlc baAu w JjJgnflC6

uneis. xuese iiurcs uu nut mciuue tmi iu xrr -o

i mi ik in1 i. in rr w r. i v i z tv uxu

BETTER CROPS IN ITALY

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

the casualties at Croke park. Because

of the completeness of the plain there frayed and the best smalI bills
were no indications of the plot until i able even from banks are so f ri

it was actually earned out.
The sending of additional troops to
Ireland is being seriously considered,
it was stated at- the war office.

(Associated Press)

Rome, Nov; 23.The 1920

wheat

brown and yellow. The -edges are I and rye crops show a slight increase

HAD A BIG SUPPLY
.. OF BOMBS FOR HARA

W. K; Lane, M. D Physician and
Surer eon. specialist Eve. Ear. Nose and

Throat: Office over 5 and 10 cent store,

Ocala, Flar

(Associated Press)
Tokio, Nov.' 23.The police have
disclosed a plot to as""?sinate Pre-

lf jmler.Hara with sevee

HERE'S HERE WE GET OUR

obtain

ightful

ly filthy that if found m the states

would be quickly called in and de-

stroyed.

While the money in Havana is dis

reputable, it is fine compared with
much in general circulation in the
provinces. Physicians have protested

on the ground that it spreads skin

diseases .and they have advised pa patients
tients patients to demand silver, even if a truck
is needed to cart it around.
In some shops in Havana new Am American
erican American money is looked on with suspic suspicion
ion suspicion and not infrequently large, new
bills are taken first to a bank to find
if they are genuine.;

over last
cropfc.

year's figures of world's

lOflEn WORTH 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 per-"fect
"fect per-"fect racing trim by ah application of A. C. Cobb's famous "High Life" lini-'
r.iwit, 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-known
known world-known record-breaking mules are of their names. t ,
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
"Greased Lightning'
"Shake the Dust" ..
"Dinner Horn" .
"Home Run. Pete"
"Laughing Boy" .
"High Life Dick" .,

':Go Yonder Gal"
"Pumpkin Center"
"Buick Baby"
"Walk Over Mike"
"Honest Deal"
"Rabbit Chaser"
Names of .Mules
"Hensley's Runt"

"English Goat"
"Shephard Boy"

"Beckie" .

"Liberty Bell" .

WEDNESDAY

Name of Driver

........ . Frank Harris Jr..
. .... ... .Louis" IL Chazal.
James Taylor.
......... .Charlie Simpson.
......... .Bob Mac Kay.
......... .Holmes Walters.

Insist upon having Federal Bread.

It's the best. 23-6t

SUGAR TOOK ANOTHER DROP

(Associated Press)

New York, Nov. 23. Sugar dropped

again today. One refiner quoted the

price of 8 cents for fine granulated,

and others quoted 9 cents.

WEIRSDALE W. C. T. V.

THURSDAY

R. L. Anderson Jr.

..Norton Davis."
. . . . Carlisle Izlar.
Bob Van Osten.'
..-.......Fred Hocker.
.-. .Whit Palmer.

FRIDAY

School Boys

i 4

......Nat Mayo. :
..Roy Priest.
.'. Robert Hall.

.............. .Harold Smith.
.............. Wyckliffe Steele.

..Homer Agnew.

I November 18th the union held its
semi-monthly meeting at the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian 'church, the president, Mrs.
Sigmon presiding. After devotional
exercises and a business session a
motion was carried to extend sympa sympathy
thy sympathy to Mrs. Gus Smith, who is a be beloved
loved beloved member and an earnest worker
in our union, in the loss of her mother,
Mrs. Drawdy. Mra. Boyer and Mrs.
Straub were appointed to draw up the
resolutions.
- The lesson topic for the day was
"Scientific Temperance Instruction in
Our Public Schools."
First reading by Miss Grace Snook,
entitled "Temperance Instruction
Must Continue in the Public School."
Second reading, "Temperance Study

The essay that won the prize last
year, written by Miss Leta -Walling,
was next read and favorably com commented
mented commented upon.

It was decided to offer a prize 'the

coming year to each of the grades,
fifth, sixth, seventh and eight, for the
best essay on the subject: "Are Beer

and Wine Harmful?"- .(Give reasons

why); seventh and eight grades, and

fifth and sixth grade subject: "Why
Do States Make Laws Forbidding the

Use of Cigarettes by Boys?"
The next meeting will be held Dec,

2nd at 3:30 p. m. Topic, "Health and
Medical Temperance," Dr. Oliver
Swan, superintendent. Every lady is

invited to attend.

Always ask your grocer for Federal

Bread, and insist upon getting it

YouH always find it fresh and crisp.

And it's time you were beginning to

think of the presents you intend giv

mg on that joyous occasion.

Walters, R. T. Adams, Mrs. R. T.

Adams, Fred Hocker, Mrs. J. W. Du Dumas,
mas, Dumas, J. W. Dumas, Harvey Clerk, Mrs.

Harvey Clark, Miss Frances Clark,
Miss Floyd Whittle, Miss" Margaret
Walters, F. E. Harris Jr., J. E. Alle-

A. Tally, E. H. Martin, P. G. Murphy, p:
W. K. Zewadski, J. J. Gerig, Miss j f

Margaret Gerig, Miss Maude Keeffe,

R. T. Dewey, J. P. Philips, Mrs. J. P.

Phillips, Bryan Phillips, R. Van Os-jJ
ten, Mrs. R. Van Osten, Roy Ott, A.

l. Ueng, Mrs. A. Jb. Ueng, Mrs. f.

M. Ward. W. R. Pedrick, Foy Carroll;
Carl Ray, J. H. Benjamin, Miss Theo
Wallis, H. B. Whittmgton, L. C; Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, Miss Sue Moore, Louis Chazal,
Miss Hill, Mrs. B. A. Weathers, Will William
iam William Camp, T. D. Lancaster, H. M.
Hampton, Miss Meta Jewett, Miss
Pearl Keeffe, Mrs. M. G. Chambers,
Ed. jCarmichael, R. A. Burford, Mrs.
R. A. Burford, Miss Mary Burford,
W. W. Stripling, Mrs. H. W. Henry,
Graham Rose, Miss Ruby Cappleman,
Miss Mabel Akin. Frank Churchill,
James Gilmore, H.VD. Stokes, Mrs. H.
D. Stokes, Miss Edith Edwards, J. L.
Edwards, Mrs. J. L. Edwards,. Elmer
DeCamp, Mrs. M. R. Thompson, Mrs.
J. E. Chace. C. E. Winston, H. A.
Waterman, Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Miss
( atherine Pyles, Mrs. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, Miss Valeta Waterman, P. V.
Leavengood, O. E. Cox, Milby Lloyd,
Miss Milby Lloyd, T. T. Munroe, Mrs.
John Thomson, C. G. Rose, Miss Annie
Needham,D. S. Wiliams, R. A. Green,
Wayne Ten Eyck, Miss Collie Clark,
J. G. Parrish, D. T. Smith, Harry
Watlers, Mrs. Harry Walters, Miss
Mabel Beck, Mrs. L. D. Beck, H. T.

Borland, Mrs. H. T. Borland, E. C.
Jordan, Dorothy Adams. Minerva
Murphy, Rev. J. J. Neighbour, Sirs.

i. J. Neighbour, Marianna Neighbour.

The road to success is advertising.

(Associated Press)
Carlisle, Pa., Nov. 23. Mrs. Julia
Drewery, aged 35, was shot and killed
in her home this morning. Two sol soldiers
diers soldiers are held on suspicion.

HORACIQ WILL GO HUNGRY

v ; (Associated Press)
Havana, Nov. 23. -Horacio Blanco

r ombona, a Venezuelan newspaper

man and poet, who is held prisoner by

the American military authorities in
Santa Domingo, has started a hunger

strike.

LOOSE PRACTICES

In Business Have Cost the Country

as a Whole Great Sums
of Money

(Associated Pres3)
New York, Nov. 23. Loose busi

ness practices throughout the country

recently led to the loss of $250,000,000

through cancellation of merchandise
orders, H. F. Baker, an official of the

National Credit Association, declared.

lie advised business men to make
short credit terms and prompt collec

tions.

ORIGINAL AMERICANS
HAVE BEEN COUNTED OUT

' (Associated Press)
Asheville, N. C, Nov. 23. Every
Indian vote vast in Jackson county at
the general election was thrown out
by a vote of the Jackson county board
of canvassers, who moved a hearing
to prevent threatened disorder.
By throwing outthe Indian votes
all republican candidates but one are
defeated and a protest will be heard in
the courts.

DON'T FAIL TO SEE

19.

COUNCIL ORGANIZED
TO MEET THE CRISIS

(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 23. The Council
of National Retail Associations has
been organized to meet the crisis in
the retail trade occasioned by price
declines.

Our line of Jewelry consists of eye eye-rvthing
rvthing eye-rvthing from a small inexpensive
Stick Pin to a Gold Watch or a Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Ring. Many new novelties to
select from -if you call early. '
J. Charles Smith
The Jeweler & Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
' V OCALA, FLORIDA

REGULAR AIRPLANE SERVICE
BETWEEN FLORIDA A CUBA

(Associated Press)
Miami, Nor. 23. Regular airplane

service will be inaugurated between

Miami and the Bahamas, Cuba. Jack
sonville and Palm Beach this winter.

The Court Pharmacy will be closed
after 12 o'clock 'Thanksgiving Day. 2t

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$12.50 up to 25 grades reduced to
$9.00 and up to .818.00

Our sacrifice is Your Gain

Suit Cases and Bafls at big reductions

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1920

Ocala Evening Star

pfallke4 Every Day Bxt T
STAK PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA. r

COMMUNITY EXHIBITS

AT THE FAIR

It. R. Carroll. PreW
V. l..vKH,d, Setrr-Trrer
J. II. Henjamla. Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla.. poatofflce aa
second-class matter.

LFlTe-Oae

TELEPHONES
nii.iau f) f fire .....

Society Reporter ..- IW

The community idea in exhibits

worked so well in last year's fair that

it has probably come to stay. As' the

writer looked over the booths or

rath'er departments In the agricultural
building Monday evening and saw how
I last year's handsome and ingenious

displays had been improved on, he

couldn't help thinking that a number

cf minds in each community repre represented
sented represented had been studying on the sub subject
ject subject of exhibits for perhaps months.

Entering the hall, the first space to

the right was empty reserved for J

"M. Meffert's solid, and instructive ag

ricultural, mineral and industrial dis
! play. Mr. Meffert is always syste

Mi'MRCIt ASSOCIATED PBESS
MLMBEB A' exclusively

etitfed i for the eXbdncta0U?tn J matic and farsighted and it never
Sot otTeUered'ted In long to put his exhibit in pIace

'JJfeDubUtion of special and good shape.

-isoatche herein are also reserved.

Weirsdale

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... .iTturniPTIOX RATES- .cuaic oyc was xtuceu wiui

wtnUITVTIU bw-w-- --.

e $8.00 tne graceiui bamboo, which grows as

lV'ifloDths- In advance
sllj? months. In advance .... 1
Three """v ...tice

-ADVERTISING RATES

insecutiV'

tions 25 per

tioi
six

r::: rn insertions. Alternate mier-

CUUD-," .IHnrml ComoOll-

c ij tv-.

that run less ma."

prettily on the shores of Lake Weir

as in its native East Indian home. The
symmetrical, canes made almost a
fairy barricade around the pretty and

useful products Weirsdale sent to the

fair. The citrus display was fine

r o all Florida. The ap

position 20 per cent additional. R1" J pctizing grapefruit, the firm, sweet
Eased on 4-Inch 'Minimum hs ""loranffe. the daintv taneerine. and al-

Aiir' incnes vn
which will be furnished upon appllca-
tl0lteIBff Nollce-i 5 cents per line for
- T.Vin- a cnti ner line for each

?5tiA'V "insertion. One change

RskVllSwed on" readers without extra
'iTvertiYelnts it legal rates.

HOW VIRGIL RANDALL
MET HIS DEATH

most every other member of the cit

rus family were present in profusion

Also there were guavas and Japan

persimmons and many other delicious

things. The solids were there with
dainties, in the shape of grain, pea

nuts, pumpkins and other vegetables

and, wonderful to behold, watermelons

as large as life in the middle ofjJuly

In evidence too were the berries of

There were very few railroad acci- the goap tree which mingled with the

dents in France during the war, owing fcoft waters of Lake Weir leave no
to the fact that the French are always ciiance for uncleanliness by the shores

careful and American trams : were yf that picturesque body of water,
handled, by. the pick of our railroad Mcintosh
rrl rnnAar in which

n' xuv ::r-"'': in Famed all over Florida, and other

Americans 7 slates, for truck and citrus fruit,
which Private Randall met his deatn. V
!Ln L ?f i talcpn when you say "Mclntosn" that's all,

me snowing u This favored region also proved that
frcm the "Pontanezen Duckboard, L .

stuff that stick's to the ribs. Grain

cornucopia was made of moss, twined

with cane, and much skill and ingenu

ity must have been called for in its

making.

The Farmers' Store
The last booth on the south side of

the hall was that of the Farmers' Co Cooperative
operative Cooperative Store, managed by Baxter

Cam. It "serves free coffee with

sugar and cream in it, and if we get

out there this evening we know where

we will find something to revive us.

A Citrus Centerpiece
The big tables down the center of
he hall will be left to -the citrus dis

play. The fair management is build building
ing building two gorgeous pyramids on this

and the remainder of the SDace will

be given to individual displays.

Individual Agriculture

The L room of the hall is hand

somely trimmed with young pine
trees and palms.. It will be given to

individual farm exhibits, corn club

displays, etc., most of which will be

put in place this morning.

First Time in Years
For the first time in years all the

space in Machinery Hall is taken, and

both sides of the hall will be well fill

ed with exhibits.

There were many other things well

worthy of note, but the reporter feels

l:ke joining Rip in the hay.

ROYAL ARCn MASONS

Regular conventions of the X)cala
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.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

V7 : 1 sr-r

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at

J. of 1 hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov

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

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

PROGRAM OF RACES AT

MARION COUNTY FAIR

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at

7:30 o'clock until further notice.

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

beng's Drug Store will close at 1

p. m. ihursday. 22-3t

iffliPllHigj

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SOTICE OP ITESTIO!f TO APPMT

FOR l,etti:rs patent

Notice is hereby given that on the
23rd day of December, A. D. 1920 the

unaersiffned will apply to the Gover

nor of the State of Florida, at Talla

hassee, Florida, for leters patent, in incorporating
corporating incorporating GEORGE aiacKAY & COM

PANY under the following proposed

cnarter.
GEORGE MacKAY.
ROBERT A. D. MacKAY.
ALFRED MacKAY.
JOHN IL TAYLOR.

The comfort and beauty of the
appointments add to the. phys physical
ical physical enjoyment which you de derive
rive derive from'the easy riding qual qualities
ities qualities of the Sedan.
The upholstery is done in gen genuine
uine genuine mohair velvet.

The gasoline consumption is unusually low.
x The tire mileage is unusually high.

Many Valuable Prizes Offered to the

Owners of Marion County
Horses

The following program of the races

at the Marion County Fair, Nov. 23rd

to ibth, 1920, is subject to correction.
Wednesday, November 24th

Free for all, best two in three, I
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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 ... 15.00
Half-mile mule race 10.00
Comic mule race by prominent rid riders.
ers. riders. Prize (stovepipe) beaver hat.

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

Price (stovepipe) beaver hat.

AUTO SALES

: -- : Mack Taylor
Ocala, Fla., Phone 348

the official paper of Camp Pontanezen,
- t e a : 1 iq 1Q1Q.

near cre, ux hay, meat and the.feed that makes
Twelve American soldiers are known ''

to have been killed in the wreck near ".flU7r q"a
t Zris early Thursday morning, making things that are pretty and
, ; -i pa-i, when its work is done it can go down
when the American "P1 to Orange Lake to wash its hands, for
to Brest for soldiers on jeave crashed soap berries galore. You
into the rear end of a stalled r rencn . .
im.o uie u have target up early m the morning
permissionaire tram. keep up with Mclntoch.
Nineteen dead were counted at the r
time, which included a French boy, Summerfield Can Sleep
mascot of-an American outfit, and six Summerfield's space was redolent
French soldiers. ; with the fragrance of well-cured hay.
Minn nf 'fhf men are f rom penna- CnmmorfinW liw wnn nrirps so manv

rnf. rohns in Camp Pontanezen, and wrs ;n succession that she thinks

hak been enioving a furlough which tllis vear she can afford to hit the hay' Friday, November 26th

was the reward of zealous work in re- d iet her sister communities catch Non-winners, best two in three,

building the bathing plant in camp. up Rather conceited in Summerfield,
Military police from Conlie, the the idea is expressed so well that
nearest station, made immediate check ghe raay be forgiven. Her space is
OYer-the bodies for identification, but vaiied and lined with hay. on the
ho such record was made at the time softest of which old Rip Van Winkle
of the injured men who were taken to lies asieep; his whiskers sprouting
the hospital at Le Mans. Twenty- an over his face and his ancient gun
nine American and French soldiers m e crook of his arm. T He'' looks so
are known to have been tagged, for natural you can see Him snore. The
the hospital. booth is labeled, '.'Summerfield has hit
The collision occurred about one the hay for 1920," and over the en en-o'clock
o'clock en-o'clock in the morning, the force of trance hangs a big Ponderosa lemon,
the impact splintering and smashing and with it the blue ribbons won
tvTP rars on the French train, throw- f,v Summerfield in 1916-17-18-19,

ing the engine across both tracks, and showing that enterprizing community
telescoping the baggage car into the can wen afford to take a snooze. How How-first
first How-first passenger coach of the American ever let the other, communities not

train.
The men who were in the compart compartments
ments compartments telescoped were killed or badly

the last oi

Marion county horses, one

mile .. .$ 75.00

i nree minute class, best two

in three, Marion county

horses,- one mile ...... J .. 75.00

half-mile dash for .non-win

ners, all ages ............. 20.00

Quarter-mile dash for non-

winners, ponies ..... . ... 15.00

Half-mile mule race, for non-

winners . . ............ 10.00

Comic mule race by prominent, rid

ers. Prize (stovepipe) beaver hat.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

riyj ashed ud. to a man,

them being taken from the debris
about five o'clock. The lapse of time
was due .to lack of tools for getting
into the packed interior.
The accident is said to be due to
Con-

wrong instructions hibit of his own

whirh e-ave' the American ivc -

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count too much on this, for the Sum

merfield Rip's nap is for one year,

not twenty, and next year the Sum-

merfieldans will be hitting the gait

instead of the hay. --
:i A One-Farm Exhibit

A few miles north of Ocala lives
one Lee Priest, and with his farm and

his wife he makes a community ex-

Lee's booth has a

lie,
tra

was really on

.v f d itg Walls are

1 1.1 T-m-maI TTQ 1T1 1 X" ..,

train clearance wnen me v""Ur,VQ nf tall and succulent sugarcane.

the track between ion- ..a nrfi th ,8

lie and the next station west, ine genuine Fiorida farm bread. and
French train stalled and; torpedoes vegetables never so

Id to have been piacea on u v ,

1 for warning ia

purpose. The fireman on

sa

at 4?- vrammcf failea in tneir i

days when so

the Ameri- many men are seeking sunproof jobs.

, v;,olf Oak ana unner rami

m. Pf.r isl A.i-na the hall on the southern

later disappearing, x iic
a. -o,r nvr tTi enffine till side, we saw the Oak a

the last, was thrown from the cab un- Farm exhibit, on which Mrs. E. L.
v.. 'i ,aA disastrous fire Howell's skilled and energetic hands

liUtl SHU I 1 l,
p- all valves, were nuttmg the nnismng toucnes,

TV L MS French. : While one of her pretty daughters sat

American doughboys, aided by a iike a juvenile Ceres on a s ack o
the heroes nrn and vegetables at its xronx. inib

of the occasion, immediately throwing display had over its entrance an elab elab-thcraselves
thcraselves elab-thcraselves into the work of freeing orate arch, so topped with cotton that
the men who were under the mass of it looked like a snow storm had swept
wreckage. From one o'clock until over it. Between, the two semi semi-daylight
daylight semi-daylight theyv toiled untiringly, sav- circles of wood that formed the arch
k irrine, nmmDt at- were set many cans of vegetables,

"6 muiijf inca ujr fc" i4o I , t-a
-j .mW k .ri-oH and sealed, wniie ine

lenuon. ine train carneu n. i..jiut v,Vw -
of nurses who rendered invaluable aid shelves behind were piled with al

to the injured. Y. M. Cr A. girls, en-manner of jellies and preserves m
tertainers anr? ranteen workers, turn- glass. A very convincing display has

ed nurse, and gave first-aid to the Oak and Griper. Farm
braised and smashed yanks and Citra

poilus. A number of Y. M. C. A. sec- The citra display was like unto its

retanes also on board were m tne r .irtv hua it was set to music

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Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
G. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial

welcome to visiting brothers.

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

Price Reductions
Are Fashionable
And in order to stay at
the "top in fashions we
have reduced the prices
on all of our READY
TRIMMED HATS, many
of which have been in
only a few days.
All during Fair Week
we will sell at the fol following
lowing following prices:
$20 Hats for $15
$15 Hats for $12
$10-Hats for $7
Also many pretty Hats
at only $5 each.
The Elite Shop
Ocala House Block
Opposite Court House

Tropoed Charter of Georgre 5IcKay &

Compaar

The undersigned, desiring to procure
letters "natent under the laws .of IFlor-

Ida, apjjtlcable to corporations ior (pro
fit, do hereby associate ourselves to

gether for such purpose and hereiby
make and ipubllsh this as the rpToposed

articles of incorporation and charter

for said cdrporation.
ARTICLE I.
Name and Place of Business

The -name of this corporation shall
be GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY,
and its principal place of business shall
be Ocala, Marion county, Florida, but
it may establish and maintain -branch

of flees or places of 'business at such

place or places as its iboard of directors

may determine.

ARTICLE IL
Bastneaaea

The general nature of the business

or (businesses to be conducted oy tnis

corporation Is:

(a). To conduct a (general mercantile

(business, dealing: in all kinds or mer

chandise;

(ib). To conduct a general unaertak

inar business:

(c). To deal .in all kinds oi building

supplies and materials, and to unanu

lacture all kinds of .building materials;

(d). To deal In all kinds of agricul

tural implements:

(ei. To buy. own and sell automo

biles.-trucks, motor driven vehicles of

every description, tires, accessories and

Darts:

(t). to consrtuct buildings ana

structural work of evry kind:

(g). To own, buy, sell and deal in

all kinds of real and personal property;

stock in other corporations; patents.

copyrights and trademarks; and to pur

chase and retire stock in this corpora

tion;

(h). To borrow and lend imoney,

taking and .giving notes or other obli

gations, bonds or deeds of trust or
other security that may be required or

demanded;

(i). To -contract or be contractea
with for the purpose of carrying" out
anv an all of th ipiritimate UM)OSes

for which this corporation is created,! .Vjv---' Mri
and whatever is neVessary to enhance

II U I I T H .11 IIH I 111 I HII I Milt III L. T -w- -"

and.

(1). Generally, to do any and all

things necessary and legal to carry on

the "businesses oi mis corporation.
' ARTICLE III.
Capital Stoek

The amount of capital stock autho
rized is Two Hundred and Fifty Thou

sand Dollars ($250,000), which shall ibe
divided Into Twenty-five Hundred
(2500) shares, of the par value of One
Hundred Dollars ($100) each, -which

said capital stock, or any portion there
of. mav (be aid in cash, or by convey

ance to the corporation of real and per personal
sonal personal .nronertv. or toy services render

ed the corporation, ai a iair vaiuawuu
therefor to -be fixed iby the 'board of

directors.

ARTICLE IV.
Term

The term for which this corporation

Is to exist is ninety-nine years.

ARTICLE V.
The (business of the corporation shall

be conducted, iby a president, a vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, a secretary and a treasurer,
any two of which offices may be held

toy one and the same person, except tne

offices ox president anxi vice-tpresiuiiw
and 'by a board of directors, consisting
of not less than three nor more than
seven members. The officers will toe
elected at the annual meetings of the

corporation to .be held on tne iourtn
Tuesday in December of each year. Un Until
til Until the officers elected at the first an annual
nual annual meeting shall Qualify the business

of the corporation snail ne conaucieu
toy the following named officers: Presi

dent and treasurer, George .iacK.ay,

vice-president, Robert A. JJ. uviaciay;

secretary, Airrea uvracjvay; anu wurS.e
MapKav. Robert A. D. MacKay, Alfred

MacKay and John H. Taylor, directors.

ARTICLE VL
Indebtedneaa
The 'highest amount of indebtedness

or liaihiiitv to which this corporation

can at any time subject itself is TwoJ

Hundred and Fllty xnousana ioiiars,
($250,000).-
ARTICLE VII.
Sabaeribern
The names and residence of the sub subscribers
scribers subscribers and the amount of the capital
stock subscribed for toy each are as
follows: Number
Xamft Residence of Shares

George MacKay, Ocala, Fla ... Q1)

T?Krt A 13 'Maciy. ucaia, rm... i

Alfred MacKay, Ocala, Fla. 10
inhn ti Tavinr. Ocala. Fla

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For your Automobile

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

GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MUrlPIiY MOTOR COMPANY
Oc?ta, Florida

STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
-On this day personally came before
me George MacKay. Rotoert A. D. Mac MacKay,
Kay, MacKay, Alfred; 'MacKay and John IL Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, to me well known to be the persons
who subscribed their names to the
foregoing proposed charter of the
GEORGE MacKAY & COMPANY, and
each acknowledged to me that he sign signed
ed signed his name thereto for the uses and
purposes therein set forth and express expressed.
ed. expressed. My commission expires on the 13th
day of March. A. D. 1921.
Witness my hand and official seal at
Ocala, Florida, this the 22nd day of
November, -A. D. 1920.
I (Seal) D. NIEL FERGUSON,

11-23-taes -Notary tru one.

syant

: C. Cecil Bi

Accounting and Acdiling
PHONE 332

i See Me :

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NOTICE
The postoffice -will be closed Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Nov. 25th; Thanksgiving day. No
delivery of jnail 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.

For all Classes of
Stone, Uriels, Wood
and Concrete
Building

I IcCasMli i
I Contractor

Phone 44S. 728 Wenoaa SL'

Yvierv j and cranberries. Cook's

TSr M J -
Market and Grocery, phone 243. 17-tf

l"1 You will enjoy the sights

SvVat e Fair a great deal

'deal more if your eyes
'tS.'wfcV are properly corrected.
DIL K. J. WEIIIE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

PYLES fk PERKINS
Fcncral Directors & Embalncrs
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for Whita
People Only.
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
OCALA. FLORIDA

Advertising builds business.

thick of tne business of life-salvage.

Within a counlp -nf hnurs of the

A pretty array of fruits and a tine

ocnrniPTit. of vesretaDies, a oig

ud and taken hack In A Mans. In

jured men taken out later were cared

crash a car of injured had been made kOT,aria tree with the fingers of the

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fruit turning from emerald into gold;
n nced wide so the eye could not

for by ambulances sent from Le Mans conf used by two products clustered
hospital. a
' ' i as one.
Amputation was necessary in two Candler Not Complete
instances in order to free men from ,g ace.was not filled, but
the wreckage before they should be- ; to find it so next time, we

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took place about 22 P

The collision

irilometres west t Le Mans, between

the stations of Conlie and Sille-le-Guillaume.
. ; '." .". .'
The Paris express, following close closely
ly closely upon the American special, was
stopped at Conlie by prompt action
and rerouted around the wreckage.
The cars of the American train which
rere not injured were also re-routed.
- -''-l,not,lpTv,1ifiired or

Anthony

Anthony, always there with the
goods, made good as ever this time.
At its portal stands a palm tree,
twined around by a spiral of corn on
the cob, while a rustic sign above
tells what community it ; represents.
Anthony has always been a good
community for produce, so the center centerpiece,
piece, centerpiece, a cornucopia; from which pour-
"'- ('"'yWAiwx'?f.

' Flshef
Raising the Family- Pa spread make-up around tha House than he did on Ms Face-f r It T7Z1 " V
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WELCOME

FAIR VISITORS!

Have a good time, and
while in the city be sure
to come in and see what
a saying you can effect
by buying your YARD
GOODS from us while
the 25 Per Cent Reduc

tion is in force.

I . "THE FASHION CENTER)' "':

& : run ivun : .jn

: lailiii7ii.
Swift's Premium Hams, per pound, 45c
New York State Celeiy
Cranberries
Apples Oranges
Orange Marmalade
; Cranberry Sauce :
H, B. WEETTMOTOM
TWO PHONES 7;
377 162

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OOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!

TOE 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

A. E. GEMG

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EAMANAS APPLE

At LOW Prices
We have a car load of Bananas on the Seaboard
Team Track which are being-sold
APPLES Wholesale, $2.00 per Bushel
Retail, 55c per peck or 30c half peck
Come early as they will not last long
at the prices.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL

EPISCOPALIANS

Our church people, and all others

who are interested in, and would like

to know more about the Episcopal

church, are invited to attend a lec lecture
ture lecture to be given tomorrow, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening, at 8 o'clock in Grace
church. This is the first of a series

of six addresses and the subject is

The Apostolic Church'
Also there will be Thanksgiving

service at 10 'r o'clock on Thursday

morning, in the. church. All fruits,
vegetables, flowers, etc., should be

brought to the church on Wednesday

afternoon, or early Thursday morn-

ing.

A most cordial welcome will be ex

tended to all.

John J. Neighbour, Rector.
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

bers are solicited.

Mrs. J. H. Taylor,
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow,

20-3t Committee.

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

best one yet.

CITY TAX NOTICE

City taxes and licenses due.
A discount of 2 per cent allowed on
ity taxes if paid in November. The

tax rate slightly reduced.

W. W. Clyatt,

4-tf City Tax Collector.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER

Careiul estimates made on all con

tract ork. Gives more and better

work ftT the money than any other

contractor in the city.

WEL A. TINSMAN
S CONTRACTOR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free

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

SCHOOL NEWS FROM
OAK AND GRINER FARM
Oak, Nov. 22.
When our school building was com completed,
pleted, completed, Mr. John Seiler promised the
boys and girls that he would plough
and plant the school grounds in grass
when the stumps had been taken out.
It was found that there were forty
stumps to come out and the following

plans were made for getting them out.

Eight captains were chosen and then

the captains chose the rest of the
boys in the school as helpers. Each

captain had five boys and each group
had to dig five stumps. The boys went

right to work to see which group

would get through first. Carlos Griggs
and his group had completed their
task by the following morning and

were the winning team, though all the
teams did good work and deserve hon honorable
orable honorable mention.

After the stumps were out, we found

that there were sixty windows needing
to be cleaned, and. nine of the larger
girls were chosen as captains and

they in turn chose their helpers as
the boys had chosen theirs in the
stump digging contest. Allie Johns
and her team were the first to com

plete, their task.

As a reward to the boys and girls

for their good work, a treat of cake
was promised them. Friday afternoon
was the date set for the celebration
of this event. The parents were also
invited to meet at the school house on
this afternoon to organize a parent parent-teachers
teachers parent-teachers association. So the boys and
girls decided to share their treat with
their parents and to also entertain
them with a program of some of their

school work.

The program was to begin at three

o'clock, and just before this tiirie

Mrs. Osborne of Ocala arrived, bring

ing Mr. R. H. Hixon, state chairman

of the health crusade. He had come

out to talk to the boys and girls of

the health crusade movement. The
children's program consisted of sto

ries i and recitations by Louise and
Pat Stuckey, Charlie Howell and Ce Cecelia
celia Cecelia Whitznant. Mr. Mabry Scar

borough, a returned sailor from the

neighborhood, then told the audience
of some of his experiences as a sailor
during the world war. Mr. Scar

borough talks well and the "children

and grown-ups heard things of the
war that they' had never known before.

Following Mr. Scarborough, Mr. R.

H. Nixon spoke to the children on the
aim and purpose of the health cru

sade. They enjoyed his talk very

much and they regretted that on ac

count of not yet having the electric electricity
ity electricity in the building, he was unable to

show his health pictures.

After the program the refresh

ments were served, which all enjoyed
very much. The children then de departed
parted departed for home, while the parents re?
mained 'and organized the Parent-

Teachers Association, with the fol following
lowing following officers: President, Mr. Claude

Gamble; first vice president, Mrs. E.

L. Howell; vice president, Mr. J. F.

Luff man; corresponding secretary,

Mr. J. F. Martin; secretary, Mrs. H.

L. Griggs; treasurer, Mrs. J. L. Lotz;
publicity officer, Miss Olive Jones.
The new officers then took their seats
and the following committees were ap

pointed: Program committee, Miss

Verner Martin, Mrs. Motes, Miss Jen

nie Griggs; membership committee,
Mr. John Seiler, Mr. J. C. Fore, Mrs.
Ben Allen; refreshment committee,

Mrs. John Seiler, Mrs. E. A. New-

comb, Mrs. Claude Gamble; social

committee, Mrs. A. Thompson, Mrs.
R. H. Dyal, Mrs. J. L. Lotz. The reg regular
ular regular time of meeting is the last Fri Friday
day Friday of each month.

Last week the hearts of the boys

and girls were gladdened by a gift
from Miss Louise Gamsby. It con

sisted of a complete set of Dickens.

The school now has a library of about

fifty volumes. Besides these books,

they have a loan of 23 volumes from

the Ocala public library. This trav

eling library is loaned to them for a
month and at the end of that time

they are returned. The boys and girls
are delighted with this kind privilege

made possible by the Ocala public li library
brary library and the competent librarian,
Miss Louise Gamsby. Elmer Griggs
has charge of the library and en

courages and helps the boys and girls

in their selection of their books.

Friday morning during chapel ex

ercises we chose our school colors,

and purple and gold, green and gold.

and blue and orange were the leading
colore voted upon. Orange and blue

were chosen by a large majority.
UNION SERVICES

ON THANKSGIVING
Thursday morning. Thanksgiving

day, the annual union church service
will be held at the Baptist church be

ginning promptly at 10 o'clock and

lastincr iust one hour. Rev. C. W.

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White will preach the sermon. The

Christian, Methodist, Presbyterian
and Baptist churches will unite in this
service and all who will are invited to

attend and give thanks to the Giver of

all good things. The offering will be
turned over to the King's Daughters

for their use in relieving the needy

families of Ocala and gifts of money,
food and clothing are solicited.

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FOR SALE
LARGE LUE GDI GONG
ORANGE TREES.
Will Deliver and Plant for
$5.50 EACH
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.
Ocala, Fla.

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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. a
meets at the Masonic hall the second

and fourth Thursday evenings 6t each
month at 8 o'clock.

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

We nave delicious pies, sucn as

lemon, cocoanut, apple, peach, mince

and pumpkin. Carter's Bakery. 20-4t

Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's Market and Grocery, phone

MAKING WAS
DISEASE Ml

American Red Cross Announces
Budget of $48,200,000
For Current Year.

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HEW DISASTER RELIEF PLAN

Cet!nuano f Heavy Work Abroad
Deemed Necessary to Protect
United States $21,000,000
Less Than Last Year.
proxraa f relief and service to toward
ward toward which appropriations of $4S, $4S,-200,000
200,000 $4S,-200,000 have been made has been eut eut-liaed
liaed eut-liaed for the American Red Cross for
tie fiscal year, July 1, 1920, to July 1,
1921, according te official announce announcement
ment announcement by national headquarters ef the
orjamlzatlon at Washington. The fig figures
ures figures for 1920-21 are 521,000,000 below
those of 1819-20, In which $69,400,000
was spent
Important among the Items of the
budget for the present year is the ap appropriation
propriation appropriation of $31,500,000 for relief in
foreign lands, which Includes $11,000, $11,000,-000
000 $11,000,-000 in purchased supplies on hand and
not distributed.
Must Protect United States.
This will enable the American Red
Cress to continue Its humanitarian ef effort
fort effort to aid stricken peoples to re-establish
themselves, to fight the disease epi epidemics
demics epidemics which threaten many countries
and to efface largely the remaining
traces of the blight left by the Werld
War. It Is regarded as social as well
as physical sanitation on a large scale
that will hare a direct bearing on fu future
ture future conditions In America.
Central Europe, the chief sufferer
frem the conflict, today Is facing an another
other another winter of famine, pestilence and
ruin. Typhus decreased much during
the summer months where last winter
it had Its greatest stronghold, but phy physicians
sicians physicians whe investigated the situation
at the behest of the League ef Red
Cross Societies have given their un unqualified
qualified unqualified opinion that this cemiag win winter
ter winter will see a recurrence on an un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented scale. The Red Cross
feels it mast continue preventive meas measures
ures measures abroad te keep this and other
deadly maladle frem the United
States.
Millions for Work at Home.
When the disease was sweeping Cen Central
tral Central Europe last winter the American
Bed Cross, with the aid of the govern governments
ments governments of afflicted nations, undertook the
fight against It. Hospitals were estab established
lished established wherever possible and food and
clothing were distributed to the un undernourished
dernourished undernourished populations, who by rea rea-8on
8on rea-8on of their undernourishment were
.easy prey to the epidemics. Where
disorganization contributed last year
to the great Inroads made by the dis disease,
ease, disease, by virtue of Its knowledge of the
-disease and the presence of well es established
tablished established hospital centers, the Ameri American
can American Rod Cross this year will undertake
the work with a new confidence.
Including the total of $11,000,000 In
supplies loft from the last fiscal year,
the $31,500,000 is $21,000,000 less than
the expenditures for 1919-20.
Appropriations for domestic activi activities
ties activities total $16,700,000.
? The largest Item of this "home"
ibidget Is $7,800,000 for civilian relief
iwerk. This, includes service and as

sistance for families ef soldiers, sail sailers
ers sailers aad marines, and work incidental
to disaster. Of the total appropria appropriation
tion appropriation for civilian relief, $5,000,000 is
hold in reserve for the carrrinr out of

jactaal disaster relief.
Reduced Overhead Expense.
. The Red Cress invariably is the first
thought ef a community visited by ca calamity.
lamity. calamity. With this In mind, it was de determined
termined determined by the Executive Committee
in preparing the budget of 1919-20 to
jhave a fixed reserve fund frem which
lo draw In these instances.
. For assistance te soldiers, sailers
And marines in hospitals and in camps
this year $1,900,000 has been set aside.
Four million two hundred thousand
dollars has been appropriated for im im-Jprevement
Jprevement im-Jprevement of health and prevention
jot disease throughout the United
(States during the current twelve
months. The Red Cress is co-eperat-&t
faHy with the United States Health
Service in this work and through its
iJunior Red Cross is doing much to
spread among children the principles
pf sanitation. An appropriation of $1, $1,-009,000
009,000 $1,-009,000 has been made for developing
(the peace time program of the Red
Cross by service to its chapters in all
pegioaa.
The appropriation of $48,200,000 is
exclusive of the local expenditures ef
the 81000 or more chapters.
Administration expenses this year
will be $1300.003. Last year they
were $2300,000.

on't Wait

for workers te come and ask you
er a renewal of your member membership.
ship. membership. Send la your dollar to the
nearest local chapter ef the
American Red Cross. Welcome
the opportunity and privilege, of
repledging yecr fellowship by
promptly anoverisg the

Fourth Roll Call
November 11-25, 1929'

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You want to enjoy Thanksgiving to the
full 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.
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of Calumet as you do of
most other Baking Powders.
It has more than ordinary
leavening strength. You
save about half.
You don't pay a big price for
Calumet It's sold at a
moderate price that rep represents
resents represents another saving.
You don't feel uncertain as
to results. Bakings never
fan because Calumet never falls
below the proven standard of "Best
by Test."

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Powder. Contains only such
ingredients as have been offi officially
cially officially endorsed by United States
Food Authorities.
For weeks, for months, it
keeps as fresh and full of
strength as the day it left the
Calumet rectories, the World's
Largest, most Sanitary and Modern
Baking Powder plants.

It is important that you use only;
straight, wheat flour (not seli-rising

flour) and pure baking powder if

ycu wish to obtain the giuten de

manded by sound health.

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

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

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Exclusive Ageuls for "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Gcaraatcc
An Up-to-Date Battery Serriee Station
. We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

Ocala

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SPENCER-PEDRlCK MOTOR CO.
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"Set In Her Ways."
, Mrs. Gasser She Is the most deter determined
mined determined woman I erer saw In my life.
Mrs. Lissen Stubborn, eh?
Mrs. Gasser Not exactly, but she's
the type that would sit on the top of a
bus in rainy weather In order to show
her new hat.

The Next Step.
I see that hotel landlords are con contemplating
templating contemplating renting their rooms by the
hour. :
"Yes. Landlords will be renting

THE WIMBSOE HOTEL;

JACKSONVILLE, CXf)RIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room terrica is
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

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
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Meet me at the American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner li lithe
the lithe state for 7E Pet ,5:,t. r

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1920
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OCALA nCCURRHNCEi
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If you have any
shone to five-one.
society item.?,
'V ANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOi:
Temperature this morning, 48; at
noon, 62.
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

OCALA EVENING STAR,

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Yard wide Extra Fine Sea Island
Sheeting LL Druid per yard

Yard wide Percales fast colors in
extremely pretty patterns Ideal
for house dresses and bungalow
aprons. t Only

27-inch wide Dress Gin gha m s,
Best Quality, priced to please and to close out-

c p. yard

27-inch wide Dress Ginghams,
good quality and pietty patterns too, only

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ATTEND THE

Big Closing Out Sale at

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"Why Pay More

OCALA,

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Miss Mary Powers of Belleyiew was
a visitor to the fair today.
Let us bake your turkeys and fruit
cakes for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Carter's Bakery. 20-3t
The Federal Bakery will be closed
after one o'clock on Thanksgiving
day. 23-2t

Messrs. L. R. Chazal and C P. Cha Cha-ral
ral Cha-ral are business visitors in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. -

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

Miss Bessie Whetstone letf this aft

ernoon for Lake Weir to spend-the

Thanksgiving holidays with friends.
.,- Mr. Marion Lummus' friends wil

regret to learn of his. illness at the

home of his grandmother, Mrs. Pyles

Let us bake your turkeys and fruit
cakes for your Thanksgiving 'dinner.

Carter's Bakery. 20-3t

County Judge Smith has issued

marriage license to Mr. Baily Wal Wal-dron
dron Wal-dron and Miss Bessie "Teuton of Bay

Lake.

Mrs. Hugh Floyd is entertaining at

her apartments at Mrs. Sidney Halle's

residence, her sister, from Muskogee,

Okla.

Miss Ruby Edwards leaves tomor

row afternoon for Jacksonville to

spend Ttianksgiivng with friends and

relatives.

' NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Repairing, r
Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts, i Cars washed, $1.00
4 AGENTS FOR
SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX
Phone 252 Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
Used Cars for" Sale

Don't fail to, visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
;htir,g for QUALITY not prices, tf

Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss and Mrs. A. S.

J. McKinney returned yesterday aft

ernoon from a few days' visit at

Plant City. ;

Mrs. N. E. Doane and Mrs. C M
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iincKiey 01 viCKSDurg, Mien., were

visitors in the city for the day and at
tended the fair. y

W. F. Blesch wishes to inform the

public that he has added another skill

ed barber to his force and is better

able than ever to promptly serve his

customers. 17-6t

Mrs. J. A. Bouvier of Jacksonville
is in the city for a visit to her par

ents. Dr. and Mrs. Richardson, and

to attend the fair.

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Frank Morrison; has had his big,

seven-passenger car repaired and re

painted, .and it is now as good and

good-looking as new.

Will be Open until' 9 o'clock Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving morning. Phone-(243) your
orders early. Cook's Market and

Grocery. 20-4t

Mr. R. A. Burford Jr. of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala., is a guest for a couple of

days at the home of his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. R. A. Burford.

Miss Jeffie Key, an attractive young

lady of St. Petersburg, will conclude

tomorrow a pleasant visit in the city

as the guest of Miss Musie Bullock:.'

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fpURE foods make-us thankful and money--t
saving prices add to our sense of gratifica gratification.
tion. gratification. "Three squares a day for less money if
you pay cash and carry it home" should be
your motto. Suggestions for your Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Dinner
Cranberries, Celery.
Apples, Bananas, Nuts, Dates,
Raisins, Figs, Pumkins, Grapes,
Oranges and Mince Meat.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
Ighiing for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mrs. Benjamin Cook has returned
to her home at West Palm Beach after
a pleasant visit in the city at the
home of her soni Mr. Fred Cook, and
family.

Mr. R. L. Carter has bought a clas classy
sy classy new Dodge car, with all the modern
improvements, andj is better prepared
than ever -to carry passengers Jo the
fair or anywhere else.

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Your
THANKSGIVING
Will be complete if you will bring or send us
your orders for the occasion. We can give
you prompt delivery service and the very best
of everytflmg. ? I V
-Beef : Pork Veal;
Poultry Lamb
Cranberries Celery : Nuts
Jruit Cake Pound Cake
Fruit Perserves n u Jams
Mincemeat "K.
Apples Oranges
All Kinds Small Cakes

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MARKET

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Mr. and Mrs. Ward Griffin of An

thony are receiving the 'congratula

tions of their friends upon the arrival

of a lovely baby daughter, born yes

terday morning at the hospital;

Fresh and crisp, with just enough

sweetening to make it palatable
makes Federal Bread the best to be
had. . ; 16-6t

Miss Dorothy Adams, who is at

tending the Cathedral school in Orr

lando will arrive in the city Wednes

day to spend the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams,

The Ocala postoffice has so many

parcels post packages to deliver that

the government has endowed it with

motorcycle. Mr. George Howell

rides the benzine-eating beast.

;

faulty apparatus was performed by
Mr. H. S. 'Minshall, one of the few

Ocala men who have been able to ob

tain a local contract. The people, of

Ocala have had to pay out much rrion-

Minnehaha Indian Moccasins just ey. and the Bchool teachers and chil

li e thing for bedroom comfort. Havel dren have suffered a great deal of dis-

they were the recipients of many soc social
ial social attentions and their friends trust
that they will return soon for a
longer stay. j -t

your feet examined by ,an absolute
expert free. Little's Shoe Parlor. 6t
On account of the continued illness
of Mrs. David 6onnor, it was deemed
best to give hera change, so Sunday
afternoon, accompanied by her hus husband
band husband and two sisters, she was taken to
Georgia, where she will be with rela relatives
tives relatives until she is restored to health.
The many friends of the family hop
to hear good news of her condition at
an early date. 4 .',. ; :

In Judge Smith's office Saturday,

the judge officiating, Bliss Corinne

Shaw was married to Mr. John Pel-

ham Carter. The young folks will

make their, home at Summerfield.

Have, your mirrors re-silvered. All

vork called for, delivered and guar

anteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating

Works, Yonge block. Fort King
avenue, phone 504. 9-tf

Citron, marble, fig, fruit, pound,

raisin and walnut cakes. Also angel

and layer cakes for Thanksgiving.
Carter's Bakery. 20-4t
Mr. "and Mrs. C. D.-Ritchie are wel welcoming
coming welcoming a pretty baby daughter into
their home, born at, the hospital Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning. J Mr. Ritchie is Mr. W.
F. Blesch's assistant in his Main Main-street
street Main-street barbershop.

Mrs. S. A. Standley and daughter,
Mrs. .W. I. Evans of Miami, are at
home from a stay of some length in
Jacksonville. Mrs. Evans will remain
in the city a couple of weeks before
returning to her home.

The 25-cent; department, of the Mc-

Crory store opened Saturday morning
and has been doing a landoffice busi

ness ever since. It will surprise you

o see how many things can be

bought for a quarter in these days of

high prices. Go and investigate.

7 Mr. and Mrs. R. Lester Marsh, who
came to Ocala Saturday night, to at attend
tend attend the funeral of their father, Mr.
Robert Marsh, returned today to their
home in Tampa. Mr. Marsh is doing
well in the Gulf City, where he and
his charming wife .have a pleasant
home.

Lloyd McKee, a colored man, crip crippled
pled crippled by the loss of his right hand in

a sawmill some years -(ago, but who
has notwithstanding found, ways to
make an honest living, died Sunday.
He was about 25 years old and leaves
a wife and child. For the last two or
three yeara he was bootblack at Per Perkins
kins Perkins Bros', barber, shop, and tby his
work and unfailing, courtesy won the
good will of all the patrons of .that

establishment."

Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three times. 50c; six times. 75?.;

one month, $3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE Ten acres of land in

Marion county, near Belleview.
. Write owr.er, Geo. J. Hummel, 219
Harie Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 19-6t

FOR SALE Seed cane, $12 per thou

sand; two large mules, ?450 for
the pair; 6ne fresh jersey cow and
three weeks old calf, $75. Apply
to N. W. Harison, Oklawaha.. Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 19-12t

FOR RENT My entire home which

can ba used as two apartments, cn
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. 19-tf

FOR SALE 1917 model Ford tour

ing car, or will trade for real es estate.
tate. estate. S. S. Savage Jr. 19-6t

WOOD When you want wood, phone

566; oak or pine, stove or fireplace.
Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand Sand-ep,
ep, Sand-ep, Proprietor. 11-121

WANTED Boarders at 70 i North

Magnolia street. Rates, ?1) per
week or $2 per day. Mrs. J. E.
Stilley. 17-7t

FOR SALE 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 plant-ten,
ten, plant-ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats
on shares. I have good land near
town. W. D. Cam. 15-tf

CABBAGE PLANTS Protected from
frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Summer,
Lupton's best Long Island seed,
$1.50- per thousand; special price in
large quantities. Parcel post or orders
ders orders 25 cents per thousand extra.
3. R. Davis Farms, Bartow, FJa. tf

FOR SALF, Motorcycle; Excelsior,

twin cylinder, thoroughly overhaul overhauled;
ed; overhauled; Bosch magneto, new tires, new new-painted;
painted; new-painted; looks and runs like new. A
qpick Kale for 125. Will giv dem-
onstration if you mean bti.-.iness.
Write J. E. Knight, Citronell? Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 1 1 -16-Ct
FOR SALE Florida BLACK RYE,
at $3.25 per bushel. J. P. i?mith
, Ebb,.Fla. 15-1 2t

WOOD FOiyiALE $1 and $2 loads
of oak antf 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

comfort because the contract was not
given to a responsible. Ocala man

when the schoolhouse was built.

Don fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every

thing we sell is guaranteed We're
ighting for QUALITY hot prices, tf

vve nave aencious mes. such as

lemon, cocoanut, apple, peach, mince

ana pumpkin, carters Bakery. 20-4t

Get the habit of reading the ads.

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Have your mirrors re-silvered. All

work called for, delivered and guar

anteed. Ocala Mirror 1 and Plating
Works, IPonge block,' Fort King
venue, phone 504. .. 9-tf
Mr. Charles Nixon left this after

noon for Evinston 'Gainesville, and

ether points after a pleasant stay in
the city a guest at the home of his

aunt, Mrs. George Taylor. Mr. Nixon
will arrive in Xampa tomorrow to at

tend the marriage of his sister, Miss

Eleanor Nixon to one of Tampa's

prominent business men. Mr. Taylor
and daughter,. Leonora will also, elave

tomorrow afternoon ; for Tampa to at-f

wend this weddihg;.. i X 1

Mr. and Mrs. George Kittridge and

son and Mrs. Kittndge's "mother, Mrs. The heating apparatus at the high

J. E. Drayton, leave m the morning j school was put in use yesterday morn

by automobile for a visit in Orlando, (ing and worked well. Plenty of heat

before returning to their respective j was obtained with one pound of
hemes. During their visit in the city I steam. The work of repairing the

STOMACH TROUBLES

Endlasa Lady Had ScmetLing ISks

Indigestion UnBl She Took
Bhck-Draagki, Thea
Get All Eight

.'Seymour, Ind. "Some time ago

had a sick spell, something like indi

gestion;" writes Mrs. Clara Peacock, cf
Route 6, this place. 'I would get very
sick at the stomach, and spit or vomit,

especially In the mornings.

"Then I began the use of Thedford's
Black-Draught, after I had tried other
medicines. The Black-Draught re

lieved me more than anything that I

took, and I got all right.

"I haven't found ; anything better
than Black-Draught when suffering

from trouble caused by constipation.

It is easy and sure. Can be taken in

email doses or large as the case calls

for."
When you have sick stomach, Indl

gestion, neaaacne, constipation, or

other disagreeable symptoms, take
Black-Draught to help keep your

system free from poison.

Thedford's Black-Draught Is made
from purely vegetable ingredients,
acts in a gentle, natural way, and has
no bad after-effects. It may be safely

taken by young or old.

Get package of Black-Draught to

ay. Insist on the genuine, Thedford's.

At your firaggist'i. NC-143

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LOST Pointer gip; two liver spots
on back and head. Six months old.
Return to W. A. Stroud.

WANTED Young women over. 18
years old to take courses in hospital
training for nurse. Reasonable
salary paid while- taking course.
Splendid opportunity for high high-grade
grade high-grade instruction. Address the
Marvin H. Smith Sanitarium, Jack

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Arrival and departure cf r-ts-r?r
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATIOM.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as iiormation and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave ArrfT
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2:15 am Manatee-
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4:45 nm Gainesville 11:50 era'
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

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