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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight
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of north portion tonight.
OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 282
UNCLE HEHRY IS
- COMING ACROSS
TO BE ABOLISHED
11 PAY A VISIT
FIVE fill 00
FOR THE FA
ARE GOING V EST
ORE OEAO EOOLS
1 irst-Class Exhibits and Large At Attendance
tendance Attendance Expected Tomorrow
The races at the fair Tuesday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, furnished great interest and
much amusement Next to the half-mile
races for ponies, the mule races
proved the1 most amusing and enter entertaining,
taining, entertaining, for the four contestants were
entirely conscious that they were
making agrandstand hit.
Mr. C. C. Bennett's fast racer was
most appropriately named "Merry-go-Round,"
and he won this race over
Laurie Izlar riding "Easy Money," in
his usual smooth and polite style,!
not over exerting himself physically,
" hut mentally he used all his sweet per persuasive
suasive persuasive powers and came out first.
Mr. John Talton driving "Flying
Wizard" was exceedingly graceful
" with his broad whip, which shamed
his animal to stubbornness, otherwise
he stood a good chance of winning.
Mr. T. M. Kilgore, driving "Slow
Down Lightning," came in last and
was confident he would have won but
understood each driver was to manage
his animal according to its name.
Laurie Izlar, driving "Easy v Money,"
was. a close second. lie-won in the
first heat, but the ju3gesv decided it
was too interesting a race andtoo ex expensive
pensive expensive a prize to be won in one heat.
' Mr. C. C. Bennett will come out
econ in his stovepipe hat, which he is
very proud of having won.
The pony races resulted as follows:
First race: First prize, M. E. Al Al-bertson
bertson Al-bertson with Mack Pointer; second,
W. H. Hellman with Delia B; third,
. John Seiler with Jenny V.'
Second: A. A.. Mathews with White
Beauty; S. G. Lovell with Lew; H. R.
Moore with H. R. Moore.
Third: A. D. Smith with Ocala
Boy; second, Dr. Blackiston with
Direct Girl (that's not the name, but
what it looks like); John Smith with
Fourth: Mrs: R. B. Dyal with Carts;
,L. Monroe with Deck; R. Jtl. Connell
Jr. with Dolly.
Mr. Lamar Winegard who was to
ride Morgan was put out by an acci accident.
dent. accident. His horse fell on him, and for
awhib it was thought he was badly
hurt, but he will ride today. j
Tl.ere was a big crowd on the mid midway
way midway last night. The Miller .Bros, are
givhv? good shows and the people are
enjoying them greatly. Their fine
band, which pb.ys up town twice a
day. is one cf their best contributions
to the gcneial good time.
FOR THE FARMERS
Ore feature the farmers should not
fail to avail ihemselves of is the cit citrus
rus citrus canker and entomological exhibit
in the Agricultural Hall L, near the
corn display. It is sent here by the
government, with an University of
Florida scientist in charge, and if it is
appreciated it will be sent again.
I EXCELLENT EATS
The ladies of the missionary society
of the Methodist church are conduct conducting
ing conducting an extensive cafeteria at the fair
grounds, having secured the large
r.tand which has always been used for
this purpose. They are serving a good
menu, the food is all home cooked, and
well prepared and the prices are near nearly
ly nearly always 10 cents per portion' la
true cafeteria style the customers
wait on themselves and ample tables
HERE'S WHERE WE
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-r.:ent,
r.:ent, lini-r.:ent, 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.
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 h
"Go Yonder Gal" .'.,
"Pumpkin Center" V,
"Walk Over Mike"
"Honest' Deal" .....
"Rabbit Chaser" ..."
Names of Mules 1
"Hensley's, Runt" .
"Price to Souter" .
His Thanksgiving Bonus to His Em Employes
ployes Employes Make All Other Gifts v'.y
; Look Like 30 Cents
Detroit, Nov. 24.--Bonus checks ag aggregating
gregating aggregating more than $7,000,000 will
be distributed to Ford Motor Company
MAKES A DIFFERENCE
rSome wealthy citizens have refused
tc join the Red Cross this year,plead year,plead-ing
ing year,plead-ing that they were "too hard up" to
contribute just one dollar. They are.
now uot of danger from the Huns.
-The silver tea Monday afternoon at!
the home of Mrs. J. H. Taylor, given
by circle No. 2 of the Presbyterian
church, was not only immensely en-
i., j . 'that no sections of the original Rus
There wer many callers during thei . j
A most interesting musical pro
rendered. -Mrs. Leverettut thfl Bulga" Austtna' A?b.am'
Futch and Miss Musie Bullock gave!
several vocal numbers, which were j
very pleasing. Mrs. J. H. Taylor
played their accompaniments and alsa
played when Dr. K. J. Weihe gave a
selection on the saxophone. This num-
fcer received much applause. Mr.'scenes might develop in the house of
James Leslie's Scotch songs made a ( commons during discussion of the
wonderful hit. Mr. Leslie -has a mag-1 Irish situation. Former Premier As As-nificent
nificent As-nificent voice and he' always delights q'uith is prepared to move the adoption
his audience. Mrs. H. H. Black was of a resolution condemning the out-
another sweet singer to delight the
This home was made most inviting
by many beautiful vases of flowers.
The table m the dining room from' the Echo de Paris says that Sena Sena-which
which Sena-which coffee was served by Mrs.t()r Medill McCormick of Illinois, is
Frank Logan and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, !crossing the Atlantic to lay Senator
was artistically decorated with cos-:Hard. ,g ylews on the ieague 0f na
mos. Assisting Mrs. Taylor is serv-'tions governmentai chiefs.
mg refreshments of ambrosia, cake; TT PfIIT0
and coffee were Mrs. W. F. CresonJ CONNIE AND GEO. ARE CHUMS
Mrs. Alison Wartman and Mrs. Milbyi "Athens, Nov. 24. The Journal Hes Hes-Lloyd.
Lloyd. Hes-Lloyd. Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mrs. E..perina states that King George of
J. Crook assisted in various ways in 'England is in constant correspondence
entertaining the many callers during with Congstantine and has assented
the afternoon. ;to the latter's return to the Greek
and chairs are provided for all.
The cafeteria wasin charge today
of Mrs. J. M. Meffert and Mrs. "A. T.
Thomas, two different ladies manag-lsion
ing each day. The other ladies assist
mg whom the reporter noticed were,
Mrs. H. B; Baxter; Hrs. John Good,! Constantinople, Nov. 24 Mustapha
Mrs. C. E. Simmons. Mrs. J. W. Cros- Kemal Pasha's forces have entered
by, Mrs. R. G. Ragland, Mrs. Robert Erivan, the capital of Armenia, ac ac-Tydings,
Tydings, ac-Tydings, Mrs. Fred Vogt, Mrs. FredjCOrding to a report from Turkish
Meffert, Mrs. W R. Bryce, Mrs. J. D.: sources'
Williams and others. ; -- ;'
Tomorrow, Thanksgiving, the ladies "MY MOTHER"
will serve a full Turkey dinner with ...
cranberry sauce, dressing, apple pie,
ice cream 'n everything, and the pub
lie is urged to come out and enjoy a
real dinneroyithout the care of pre- turns to them and I am comforted,
paring it at home. I look upon them and memories
, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant are run- most sweet revive memories that
ning the little refreshment store and soothe, reassure and compel purer
have all sorts of good things for their thoughts.
patrons. One is of a young woman with the
HE PERMEATES happy smile and lovelight of mother-
H. S. MinshallX, the plumber and hood in her eyes. A baby is clasped
electrician, has no separate display, t ter breast.
but his good work is in evidence all j The other is of the same woman woman-over
over woman-over the fair grounds, particularly in loiter in years. The hair has turried
Machinery Hall. I to silver; but the same sweet smile
There is a good crowd on the j that used to reassure me in childhood
grounds this afternoon, with proba is there a reassurance and encour encour-bility
bility encour-bility of a much larger one tomorrow. 'agement to me now,
' They are pictures of my mother.
T THE FAIR
Name of Driver
....... ... . .R. L. Anderson Jr.
....Bob Van Osten.
.......... . .Nat Mayo.
i... Robert Hall.
. ... 7. : . . Wyckliffe Steele.
Nations of Europe Can't Disarm
While this Country Promises to
Build an Immense Navy
( Associated Press)
Geneva, Nov. 24. The league coun council
cil council approved the resolution recently
adopted by the assembly providing for
intervention in Armenia and decided
to ask the general secretary of the
league to prepare a telegram to a
government willing to undertake me
diation betweeen Mustapha Kemal
Pasha and the Armenians.
CANT SCRAP THE CANNON
. Geneva, Nov. 24. Details of the
discussion in the league, assembly
made known last night indicated that
the sentiment prevails in committee
on disarmament that it is impossible
to secure at the present. time general
scrapping of war material.
AGAINST THE ADMISSION OF
The league assembly has decided
jsian empire would be admitted to the
I league of nations as separate states,
Lnxemburg and Finland may join at
COMMONS MAY GET OUT OF
London, Nov. 24. Fear was ex
pressed today that further exciting
rages against the crown forces and
civilians in Ireland
HARDING'S COL. HOUSE
Paris, Nov. 24. A Geneva report
QUIET NIGHT AT CORK
Cork, Nov. 24. Two persons were
killed and sixteen injured in the explo-
of a bomb in Patrick street last
j Two pictures are ever before me.
j When sorrow comes or business cares
weigh heavily upon me, my mind
prize in years after?
EUGENE A. REVELS,
High Grade Portraits,
14 N. Magnolia St. Ocala, Fla. It
WISH WE COULD BE
IN MACON TOMORROW
Macon, Ga., Nov. 24. A complete
Thanksgiving dinner for .10 cents will
be served the employes of the tele telephone
phone telephone exchange by the stewardess to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, including baked goose, cran cranberry
berry cranberry sauce, corn, celery, rolls and
'PARRISH, ALA MINE
WAS NOT FOOL PROOF
v (Associated Press)
Birmingham, Nov. 24. Ten were
killed, three seriously and three slight slightly
ly slightly injured by a mine explosion at Par Par-rish,
rish, Par-rish, Ala., yesterday. The manager of
the coal company said the explosion
was caused by a miner carrying an
light into a gas pocket.
. ( Assoc ted Press)
- Kenosha, Wis., Nov. 24w Jim
Vaughn, a Cub pitcher, was stabbed
by his father-in-law today during a
Federal Reserve Bank fill Occnpy
Treasury Building in New York
( Assoc iat Press)
New York, Nov. 23. Pursuant to
an act .of Congress, which provides
for the abolition' of the various sub sub-treasuries
treasuries sub-treasuries scattered throughout the
country, the United States sub-treasury
in this citv will cease to exist at
the end of the year and its functions
?nd powers will be added to those al already
ready already delegated to the local Federal
Many of the employes of the sub-
treasury, now numbering less than
100, will be taken over by the Federal
Reserve Bank, which will occupy the
treasury building until its new home
n this city is completed and other em
ployes may go into the customs serv
The local sub-treasury, for genera
tions an integral part of the financial
history of the government, occupies a
commanding position in the heart of
the financial district and is on the
site of the seat of the Federal Con
gress where George Washington took
the oath of office as first president of
the United States.
Its Grecian facades and broad ap
proach have been the scenes of some
of the most important and interesting
events in the annals of this city and
country. From its steps, standing in
the shadow of the bronze statue of the
Father of his Country, have spoken
some of the most distinguished states
men of thisafid foreign lands.
Many political demonstrations of
deep significance have taken place
there, including those held during the
Blaine and Cleveland campaigns and
Theodore Roosevelt made his first
open-air speech from -its steps when
he ran for governor of New York.
During the world war the1 sub-
treasury was the center of numerous
liberty bond rallies and' other similar
gatherings. Only recently its steps
were thronged while speakers repre representing:
senting: representing: various Patriotic organiza
tions voiced their protest against the
mysterious explosion of Sept. 16th,
which occurred within 50 feet of the
Washington statue and caused serious
damage to the new assay office build
ing next door.
In its many years of service the
sub-treasury has been the repository
of well nigh countless billions of dol dollars
lars dollars in gold and silver and paper mon
ey and its chiefs have included some
of the most notable figures among the
financiers of the city.
Martin Vogel. now assistant treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, will return to the practice of law
as soon as he is relieved of his duties.
This will not be possible, however, un until
til until an official count has been taken of
the vast sums of money still reposing
in. the underground vaults of tht
The A. C. L.'and S. A. L. freight
stations will be closed tomorrow.
W. P. .Huckaby, Agent.
It C. A. Harris, Agent.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
And it's time you were beginning to
think of the presents you intend giv-
' a 4
ing on mat joyous occasion.
Our line of Jewelry consists of eve everything
rything everything 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.
. Charles Smith
The Jeweler & Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
French, Italian and Greek Agricultur Agriculturalists
alists Agriculturalists Bound for the Orchards
Chicago, Nov. 23. Larsre numhers
of immigrants from Europe are going
to California, according to W. J.
Black, passenger traffic manager of
the Santa Fe System. He said they
are mostly aliens who returned to Eu
rope to fight for their native coun
"The California bound immigrants
are chiefly French, Italians and Greeks
who are very good agriculturalists
and find in the vineyards and orchards
of California the best opportunity for
their abilities" Mr. Black said.
Now that the war is over, most of
them are coming back and they are
furnishing California with the largest
stream of immigration I think it has
ever had. This has been eoiner on
?ome six months and increasing slow
ly. 1 believe they averaee between
COO and 700 a month."
The immigrant trains thai used la
run to Chicago before the war have
not been resumed, Mr. Black said. One
reason he said was that there were
not enough immigrants to iustifv
them, and another reason was that
the Pullman tourist car was taking
From information gathered from
railroads here it does not appear that
many immigrants commir west arp
settling on farms. Some plans are!
being considered by roads. F. W. Hal-
ligan, assistant to the supervisor of
agriculture of the Chicago. Milwaukp
fnd St. .Paul railroad, reported, for as
sisting immigrants with funds to lo.
cate on favorable lands in the north
west. It requires some monev how
ever for the immigrant to establish
nimseir on his own land, and the oh.
servation at several railroads is that
as a general thing immigrants amV-i
ing her are not so "overly burdened."
MODERN BARGES FOR
St. Louis, Mo.. Nov. 24. Nineteen
3,000-ton steel barges and four tow-
Doats will be in operation on the Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi river between St. Louis and
St. Paul by next spring, it is an
nounced at the offices of the e-overn-.
ment barge line here.
Illinois coal probably will be carried
north, the announcement says, and
Minnesota iron ore on southbound
tups. Twelve of the barees recentlv
were released by the builders in Still
water, Minn.', and Dubuque, la., and
one of the towboats has been launch
The barges are 300 feet lone- and
when loaded to capacity of nine-foot
orait. iney draw only one foot when
empty. They have double bottoms.
22 compartments, and are fitted with
pipe lines and steam pumps for re receiving
ceiving receiving and discharging liquor car cargoes
goes cargoes such as oils and molasses. They
are 48 feet wide and 10 feel deep.
The war department, which has
supervision over the service, has sent
wireless outfits here to be set up in
St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans.
Six towboats plying between htre and
New Orleans will be fitted up with
apparatus for emergency purpose.
Miami, Nov. 24. An armed force
from the U. S. subchaser 154 stopped
Western Union employes from con connecting
necting connecting the South American cable
Citron, marble, fig, fruit, pound,
raisin and walnut cakes. Also angel
and layer cakes for Thanksgiving.
Carter's Bakery. 20-4t
WOODSMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sov-reigns
reigns sov-reigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M.f 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.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
j Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
J W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of JR. & S.
Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
vork called for, delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block, Fort King
avenue, phone 604. 9-tf
Government of that Country Expects
Harding to Stop at Vera Cruz
on His Return
Mexico City, Nov. 24. President
elect Harding will stop at Vera Cruz
en route from Panama unless unfor unfor-seen
seen unfor-seen circumstances prevent, said a
statement issued at the Mexican for
eign office last night.
IS STUDYING THE ISTHMUS
Cristobal, Canal Zone, Nov. 24.
Senator Harding gave up golf and
motoring today to make a personal
study of the practical working of the
Panama canal. He planned a leisurely
iourney through the waterway on a
government mine sweeper.
LEGION MEETS TONIGHT
There will be a meeting of Marion
County Post. No. 27 tonight at eight
o'clock. It is especially important
that all legionaires be present in order
that arrangements for "Legion Day"
at the Marion County Fair may be
completed. Assignments will be made
and it is expected that at least 125
menwill be on hand to take part in
Legion Day." See' you tonight.
SUPPLY THE TURKEYS
Lexington, Ky., Nov 23. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of turkeys will be furnished to
the New York and New England mar markets
kets markets for. the Thanksgiving festival by
the bluegrass country adjacent to
Lexington. Lexington dealers esti estimate
mate estimate that between 12,000 and 15,000
turkeys will be slaughtered and ship shipped
ped shipped from this city to New Yprk, Bos Boston
ton Boston and Providence.
The road to success is advertising.
Realizing that the Marion County
Fair is a horn e institution of which
all"1 our people should be proud and
one that deserves the undivided sup support
port support of the business men of Ocala and
Marion county, we the undersigned
Ocala merchants will close our places
of business all day Thursday, Novem November
ber November 25th (Thanksgiving Day) in order
that our. employees may fittingly
celebrate the occasion and attend the
fair. We invite our friends and pa-,
trons to attend the fair any day and
make our places of business their
H. B. WHITTTNGTON.
GEO. MacKAY & CO.
Big Athletic Events
Are Going to be the Most Likely Re Result
sult Result of Bolshevik Machinations
Washington, Nov. 24. Russian so
viet authorities estimate that the un unemployed
employed unemployed in the United States will
number five million by the end of the
year and two representatives of the
third internationals have been sent to
organize Soviets here, according to of official
ficial official advices from Moscow. Their
mission, the advices said, is to unite
the revolutionary movement in Amer America
ica America into one fighting body to bring
about armed revolution.
QUIET DAY FOR THE WILSONS
President and Mrs. Wilson have
planned to spend a quiet Thanksgiv Thanksgiving,
ing, Thanksgiving, going to church in the morning,
and entertaining a few relatives and
friends at dinner.
OF WHAT USE WOULD IT BE?
Tylertown, Miss., Nov. 24. No ar arrests
rests arrests have been made so far in con connection
nection connection with the lynching of Harry
Jacobs, the negro who was taken from
the courthouse during his trial yes
terday for attacking a white woman.
WORLD nAS LOST MANY
OF A GREAT MAN'S WTOHDS
New York, Nov. 24. Fire which
destroyed the Sunday school building
adjoining Plymouth church, Brooklyn,
today, consumed priceless manu
scripts and relics of Henry Ward
Our buyer has been in New York
for some time and has secured some
unusual bargains. Watch for them at
THE BOOK SHOP. 24-3t
- r m
h. b. masters co.
e. t. helvenston.
rheinauer & co.
h. a. waterbian;
walkley & barnett.
il a. da vies,
marion hardware co.
clarkson" hdwb, co.
o. k. teapot grocery.
lor School Children
OCA LA .EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1920
Oeala Evening Star
Plllhetf Ewrr DiT Eet Sm7 7
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCA LA, FLORIDA.
ly after the legislature assembles. The
dishonest One will shirk his duty and
vote for a retention of the present
FINE DISPLAY AT THE FAIR
R. It. Carroll, PreMet
J. II. Ileajaml. Edltar
Tuesday afternoon; the Agricultural
Hall was full of people, looking at the
community exhibits, which were in
full flower and drawing unqualified
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffle admiration. The two departments,
econd -class matter. Lno nf J. M. Meffert and the other
Kditortai Department . '. '. .Tw-sr exhibit, as usual, was given to show show-Saetety
Saetety show-Saetety nrtr ?T""0" fog the resources, agricultural and
(mineral, of Marion county soil. His
soecimens ran to solids corn. meat.
'resa exclusive I , ...
Simmons is drawing lots of attention, j H. C.
The Colored People
The colored folks again have a dou double
ble double display, their educational exhibit
in their original hall school work and
household articles. In' the building
across the way, once used by Mclver
& MacKay, they have a very good col-
a". ItilviUiSW P e staff of life. Something
lltQ the local DC" iuurcu line a uuuuic ui abiwiwa was
inihts of republication of special
ioatchei herein re also reserved. cassava, which has never been fully
tried out here,' tho our soil, is well
nr,r. i7mscription bates adapted to it. His lime exhibit was
Blx months, n dJ"5 -Three
months. In advance
On! month. In advance .
I convincing to the thoughtful, for lime
1.60 is one of the great necessities of civ-
wIilization. The useful and durable al
ways come first' with Mr. Meffert.
The county knows, and many peo-
insertions. Alternate mser- pie in otner counties ana m lar-otr
.r"'.,i insertions. -Aiieroaxe inr
fV etr eeBt additional. Compos!
;;hkrs on ads. that run less than rvr, mow uw ia UJ-
iix times t cents per inch, ttpgcul tj,e blessed spots of the earth and its
naaltion 20 percent additional. Rates ..... ., ...
nn 4-inch minimum. lss taan exhibit well represents it. Filling this
based on v hla-har rate. . .. ..
which wUlsWfurnl."d upln applK department .was the last pearl on the
tlon. K for community string ana maue 11. com
flrstmseftion: cents per lfne for each plete.
!?!i;iB. Farmers' Union stall made that
composition charges. 1 admirable organization many friends,
Legal aaver, fof nofc ony did it h&yQ & fine exhib
Webb of Houston, Tex. Her eld
est son is in' business in South Flor
ida, and the two other boys, Edward
1 T i.1 I
anu xerry, alter serving 111 tne army,
are in Atlanta. Mr. Edward An Anthony's
thony's Anthony's home is 390 Washington
Mrs. Anthony was. a very kindly and
lection of farm products not a great 'energetic woman and went heart and
quantity but all excellent in quality, soul into everything she took an in-
" -: erest in. She "was a splendid worker
MRS. FANNIE F. ANTHONY for the soldiers and sailors during the
, war. She took particular interest in
Many are saddened at the news that Company A, of which her son Edward
came from Atlanta Tuesday that Mrs. -s a member, and did all in her
Fannie Anthony, for many years a 'power for the boys not only in the
friends to a large circle of Ocala peo-!2reat war, but while they were at
pie, died that morning in Atlanta. 'Balck Point and on the border. Many
Mrs. Anthony was a member of the of the boys called her "The Mother of
Anthony family from Muncie, Ind., jne Company," and they will be among
which gave the town of Anthony its, tne most sincere, of those who mourn
name. She and her husband. S. P. Er.
Anthony, who died a few years ago,
came to' Ocala in the eighties. After
The Tampa Tribune says of the
the big freeze of '95 they returned to attempt to have Mendenhall pardoned
cut of the penitentiary:
It has been publicly denied that
John J. Mendenhall now serving a life
! rmf annA f n it, n
Indiana, but some years later return returned
ed returned to Ocala. They had a pleasant
home on North Sanchez street, and
here Mrs. Anthony remained until the sentence f or the murder of Mrs.
departure of her sons to other cities ""iC3 OA lIUS Cliy ana 8llu
left her too much alone, and she went
to Atlanta, to live with her second
son, Edward, at whose home she died.
Mrs. Anthony had a daughter and
three sons, Louise," Frank, Edward
and Perry. The daughter is now Mrs.
tut a pretty young lady. Miss Fokes,
A good many men will celebrate serve4 coffee like mother used to
Thanksgiving by going out in tne make to all who asked for it. She
woods and kililng birds and animals aiso gave a smile per cup, which made
for fun. They don't know any better, the impressionable reporter think the
sugar was superfluous. Miss Fokes is
Admiral Sims was not "among aided today by her sister-in-law, Mrs.
those present", when the medals were F. G. Fokes, another proof that good
given out. Tampa Times. looks run in the Fokes family.
But he was present when his coun- Managing the community show
try needed a, brave and able seaman. Iwere Mrs. E. L. Howell, Oak; Mrs. W.
I. Dupree and Mrs. M. J. Timmons,
"If the people want to know what Citra; Ed Collins, Summerfield; J. K.
my reason is for refusing to, sign the wmstian, Mclntosft; A. Jonnson,
commission of R. Fleming Uowden, as fancier; u.a.awam, Anxnony; j. c
AnepAf nf Dnval eonntv let 'emlAlbritton, Weirsdale. Lee Priest
fcttJk, w v w - ar I
find out!" In this terse, choice lan- manages his private community show.
guage, Gov. Catts last night dismiss- and his wife manages him.
ed interrogation by a Times-Union Corn Clubs
reporter and, which is considerably We have been to all the fairs, but
more, hung up the telephone receiver don't remember seeing such a fine
without the formality of a good-bye. array of corn as the corn clubs have
-Times-Union. neaped up on one 01 tne long tanies
Sure sign of a "mighty poor raisin'." in the north room of the Agricultural
liail. There is more 01 it and the ears
.Joe Earman has had some good ad- are larger. ThiS must be corn year.
vice. He! says in his Palm Beach Jharlie Dougherty used to say he
Post: ' liked rain, because it made corn, and
' m til Jt 1 f J 1- ? t 3
"One of my few mends nas wriuen corn maae- wnisKy ana wnisny maae
me a letter extending advice.?. This democrats, but the slogan now is that
friend has a long head on him. He corn, makes bread and meat, and
talks little, but when he opens up plenty of bread and meat make peo-
Rflva much and to the noint. His let- pie independent. The corn was in the
ter reads as follows: ball, and in the peris to the west some
"'Dear Joe: I have read the Palm two-score yards was the, meat the
Beach Post published November 16th, porkers raised by the, pig clubs. They
and have carefully perused the article are fine animals, gentle and friendly
written by you on page two entitled, as household pets. -'Sidelights
on the Methodist Revival.' Industrial Exhibits
Brother Law seems to be after you, Going over in the old ; Machinery
but the Post did not print his sermonTIall, under the grandstand, we found
You have handled the situation well, its space all taken for the first 'time
nrA Brother I in years. George MacKay & Company
WKU T vWVVl S-V W J W N.,
Law. Better let these preachers alone, have half the space and the bright and
They have influence where a newspa- energetic clerks of the firm were
per can never get in. Almost every- utilizing it to the best advantage,
tody believes what a preacher says. Several buggies and farm wagons, all
And almost nobody believes what a looking staunch and serviceable, drew
newspaper says. Give the politicians attention, as they stood by Philip
hell, hut leave the DreacherS alone, uuurp" g"wmg aciay ui auws,
Don't be a dub. When you mess up reminding the world that tho the auto
with Brearhers vou are trubblin' s a mighty fine thing, the sturdy
trubble j wagon can go where it can't. There
:;, ... i .'. was also a classy showcase filled with
..The Miami Herald says: "The Her- "Christmas Suggestions," which you
aid, during many years past, has been will have to go see, as it would take
indefatigable in "directing attention to a quarter-column to name them. On
the failure of the legislature to obey the east side,, the MacKay Company
the plain mandates of the constitution had a suite of rooms fitted up out of
to reapportion the representation of their big store with a complete house
the lower house. It has said so much keeping set. There was a procession
on the subject that it fears, at times, of the hours around the clock the
that its readers will become weary of kitchen the dining room, the sitting
the subject. South Florida needs no room and the bedroom, all furnished
education in the- matter of reappor- with comfort and elegant simplicity.
tionment. This section of the state 1 Mr. u. 'uoidman nad a boot v tne
has been practically disfranchised for principal display in which were
a matter of twenty-five years by-the number of fine talking machines, one
lack of action on the part of the leg- at least of which was going all the
islature- The- ntirA prtinn YmIr that time, the music forming a welcome
it does not have a fairshare of the addition to the charm of the fair.
representation in the legislature. Be- The bpencer-Fednck Motor Com Coming
ing Coming the victim of the legislature's per- pany had an elegant Buick in its stall:
sUtence in wrong doing, it realizes It was all fixed up and ready to go,
the iniquity and is more than willing and looked smart enough to climb
to have it corrected. It is to the coun- down the steps by itself. v
ties of the state that, by the changes The Strout Farm Agency had a fine
in population retain the power in the display. It is trying to attract peo peo-legislatufe
legislatufe peo-legislatufe to which argument and F to our county and is proving very
remonstrances should be made and it successful.
; is with the hope that the Herald may, The Fishel Bros, had their booth
possibly ree,ch some member of the well filled with a good display of
legislature from a rnnrtw hnxrino- an clothing, hats and accessories, show-
undue representation,4 3 that it fre- ing what good bargains they had in
quently refers to the subject of reap- their big store up town,
portionment Sixteen of the northern The McGehee Company had farm
counties of the state have majorities plants, including strong and reliable
both in the senate and the house. 'Un- gasoline engines, attracting the atten atten-less
less atten-less tnat majority can be made to see tion of all the workers of the soil
that it is violating the constitution, who passed that way.
that it is working a political wrong on i An alluring display in this hall is
the majority of thr. counties, but with the automobile aggregation of Philip
a minority of the membership of the Murphy. Side by side stand cars of
legislature, nothing can be done to the makes; he represents, each in fine
remedy the present conditions by order and handsome enough to go into
which far the larger and more 'pros- a parlor. 1
pciuua pumon 01 the state is kept m rcraury
a sort of bondage to the northern We were not expecting much of a
counties. The present apportionment poultry show this, .year, arid were
is unfair, it is indefensible, it is eon- agreeably surprised to find a good one
trary to the constitution of the state tucked away in the eastern side of the'
r J i i 1 - I 1 t 1 1 r
auu, nt a aease, uniawiul. ..The hon- Duuamg wnere tne coiorea agncui-
f?,t legislator, from whatever eountv tnral exhibit-is. A lot of fine and
he may come," ought to realize tK ''in-1 pretty birds were in the coops. This
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.,
; Ocala, Fla.
The Kind to
If Barney Trusts Thcw
DAVIES, The Tire Man
under indictment for the murder, at
the same time, of her daughter, Susie
Eliot, will seek, or is seeking a par pardon.
don. pardon. This public denial came follow following
ing following the united protect of the women's
clubs of the state after a "rumor" got
cut that application would be made
for executive clemency prior .to Jan.
1, 1920. When we see what the mere
rumor of applying for a pardon for
Mendenhall has done, what will be
the result in Florida when the appli application
cation application for the pardon is published?
The Tribune does not believe there
would be housing accommodations
enough in Tallahassee to take care of
j those who would flock to the capital
protesting against the pardoning of
this man, found guilty of the most
cold-blooded spectacular murder of
the elder woman and who still has
hanging over his -head in case he
should be pardoned, another charge of
murder; that of the younger woman.
The Tribune kept silent while the
rumor was being spread, and later de
nied; but now that it is proven Men Mendenhall
denhall Mendenhall is actually working for a par pardon
don pardon and is admittedly seeking to over overcome
come overcome the protest of the women of the
state against his release, the Tribune
declares that Mendenhall must not be
released from the punishment of his
crime. "Let justice be tempered with
mercy"will be urged. True; but
there is always to remain, justice.
Justice demanded of Mendenhall his
life in expiation of this bloody crime;
mercy stepped in and spared that life
for the very purpose which seems to
have been attained by him repen repentance
tance repentance for his sin;, but mercy stops
ishort of defeating the lawful ends of
justice, and to pardon him would be
jto set at defiance justice and to en-
courage hope in criminal breasts that
no matter how dastardly the crime, a
pardon will come upon showing that
the prisoner is repentant.
Ocala Auf antl GaFacfe Cmp
Successors to Gates Garage
We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains ami Guaranteed as represented.
Cars Washed S1.00
W - ; ' in --nv- :-- 1 "")-, "r- ... .. J
For all Classes oi
Stone, Brick, v Wood
: J. D. McCasWU :
Phone 446- 728 Wenana St.
oTt You will enjoy the sights
at. the Fair a great deal
S' deal more if your eyes
S.vt are properly corrected.
DR. K; J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
PYLES & PERKINS
Christmas Victor records will be on
sale December 1st. THE BOOK
Abruzzi seed rje, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
KTS J mm .!'"
S i J f
JIM I! ;:H WWW :
M enbcnyp m the Florida CStrtM Exchange mjnlrc
ealy the abSty to co-opezate. No inkntkm fc,
n mcnibnh does. For information, consult the
manager of nearest aaocutioa or cub-exchange, or
write to tike hwtmew manager at Tampa.
Y'XCJ IRJS KXO
For your Automobile
Have your Cars and Trucks
Oand, Greased end Oiled
GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
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.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.f on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
WHY SUFFER SO?
Why suffer from a bad back, from
sharp;, shooting thinges, headaches,
dizziness and' distressing urinary ills?
'' o r vi Ocala people recommend Doan's Kid
rUacrai UirCClorsa tiuuaiinei s;ney Pills. Ask your neighbor! Could
you ask for stronger proof of merit?
Li. r Hays, who runs woodyard, N
- 1 rt j m tt t
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two. Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
Magnolia St.. Ocala. says: 'I think
heavy lifting caused my kidneys to
become, weak. I suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was
often so stiff and lame, I could hardly
L 7I T TnV 71 XTrVPn iao my work.- 1 also had frequent,
Jf ifiA'n IN Lj ft severe headaches. ; A friend told me
.dowxtt-co 4xri aDout loan's Kidney Pills, and L be-PRACTICAL-
CARPENTER AND gan using them. Doan's gave me more
BUILDER "relief than all the other medicines I
took and I gladly recommend them."
Swift's Premium Hams, per pound, 45c
New York State Celeiy
.Careful estimates made on air con contract
tract contract work. Give3 more and better
work fir the money than any other
contract or in the city.
WM. A. TINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Fhone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St.. Ocala Mfrs., Muffalo, N. Y.
lne above statement was given
May 13, 1908, and on April 16, 1918,
Mr. Hays added: "I gladly confirm the
statement I made in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills. I haven't had occasion
to use this medicine since, for it has
'effected a permanent cure.w
Price 60c. at -c all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Joan's Kidney Pills the same that
-Mr. Hays had. '-. Foster-Milburn Co..
II. B. WMIT1I
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
Advertise and get Results
J Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's Market and Grocery, phone
243, North Main street.
J"" Vi l" present arrangement
i.nd according f o his oath ":of office,
ought to take early steps in the legis legislature
lature legislature that is to assemble next April,
to seek to have a new reapportion reapportionment
ment reapportionment and thus" relieve the present un unjust
just unjust and inequitable condition. An
exhibit should have a big sign out
side, as a good many people are like likely
ly likely to miss it. It is in charge of Mr.
P. W. Dye.
Fords That's All
The Ocala Ford Agency has a good
display of trucks and tractors outside j
Machinery Hall, which the same, un-1
RalSlnCj tne Family palssttnpuzziedwnySopntewassniKKed' i I
L: W-H ),ysrk g;si I . ;
V&A I t qym YMmiruT y & t i r ju v i
OCALA EVENING STAD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ti. 1923
WE : :
Have a .good time, and
while in the city be sure
to come in and see what
a saving you can effect
by buying your YARD
GOODS from us while
the 25 Per Cent Reduc Reduc-tion
tion Reduc-tion is in force.
THE FASHION CENTER;',
HONORING MRS. FUTCH
.- im I h r I"1"" "v""-"f"i in in , a . j
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
Fruit Cake :
. Fruit Perserves
All Kinds Small Cakes
W. H. Marsh
The Woman's department at the
fair this year is exceptionally good
and is proving one of the most popu popular
lar popular rendezvous on the ground, not
only for the ladie3 and children, but
many men visit and examine this work
vith intense interst.
Mrs. J. H. Brinson and Jlrs. C. E.
Winston, each assisted by a compe competent
tent competent corps of girls and young ladies,
have charge of this department. The
building which Mrs. Winston is help helping
ing helping "make attractive comprises school
exhibits from many schools, from the
kindergarten up to the high school
grades, such as 'needlecraf t, besides
exhibits of this sort by individuals.
The hand work displayed this year is
marvelous and there are a few hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted pieces of china that have at attracted
tracted attracted great attention. The kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten work of the pupils of the North
Ocala school is among that which de deserves
serves deserves special comment. These little
tots displayed a keen insight of their
instruction, especially in their exhibit
entitled "The Landing of the May Mayflower."
flower." Mayflower." The Oak school, which has
been open only one month, had one of
the largest and best displays. The
attractive booklet, "Health Crusade of
the Oak School," was one piece of
their work that attracted much atten attention
tion attention which showed the wonderful pro progress
gress progress this school is making. Lowell's
display showed up splendidly. The
little school house made by the chil children"
dren" children" cut of cardboard and paper
pleased all who. see it, and like the
other schools, their samples of com composition
position composition work were encouraging. The
Charter Oak and Central schools,
among the smallest ones, deserve
much praise for the neat work that
is being exhibited. The Ocala schools'
exhibits, though limited in quantity,
was excellent in quality.
The antiques on display in this
building are unique and interesting.
They are owned by Mrs. Lester War
ner, and consist of a table cloth and
counterpane which were homespun
and hand-women in 1839, and attract
the attention of all the ladies.
Mrs. Brinson's department com
prises exhibits pertaining to culinary
and domestic talents. One in this
building one lingers, for never was
there such a display of eatables, so
appetizing' that one wishes for the op
portunity to sample them all. but eve
thing is covered to keep out the dust
and safely locked. It is a beautiful
sight to see all sorts of bread, cakes,
pies, canned fruit, vegetables, pickels,
catsup, etc. The jellies without ex
cepnon are the finest that, can be
made. The judges have our sympathy.
The girls at the Industrial School
did not disappoint their friends. Their
exhibit is most creditable. This year
j .. a jaiimiun; log caom on a
beautiful estate, which is laid off
with trees and shrubbery. Also there
were tiny tents arranged around a
small lake, on which are canoes and
about the grounds are turkeys. The
hand work and drawings of these
f iris is most praiseworthy. Their
cardboard house with furnishings of
similar material and dishes made of
c!ay display a fine sense of creative
The exhibits in this department at
idth, annual fair are suneiW 1
. jr 1
wiy previous year and it is well worth
a visit to the fair grounds just to see
these things created by the women
and girls of the county.
The attractive home of Mrs. Paul
Simmons on Oklawaha avenue was
the scene Tuesday morning of a love lovely
ly lovely auction bridge luncheon, given in
compliment to Mrs. Hugh Futch, an
attractive visitor to Ocala from St.
Thanksgiving decorations were in
evidence and the color motif, red and
green indicative of the approaching
holiday season, was carried out in
every detail of the decorations.
The living room, where two card
tables were placed for the players,
was cozy and comfortable with its j
beautiful red roses and flaming poin poin-settia
settia poin-settia heads, and for two hours the
guests enjoyed the always appro appropriate
priate appropriate pastime, auction bridge. Mrs.
N. R. Dehon, the high scorer of the
morning, was rewarded for her skill
with two lovely Madeira handker handkerchiefs,
chiefs, handkerchiefs, and as a memento of this hap happy
py happy occasion the hostess presented the
honoree with a Madeira tray cover.
At 1 o'clock luncheon was served.
Covers had been placed for ten guests
who found their places by unique
rlace cards ornamented with a poin-r-ettia
design. The dining room was
profusely decorated with pcinsettias.
The, handsome dining table was cov
ered with a cl'uny lace cloth and in the j
center was a cut glass bowl filled with
poinsettias. Red tapers in silver can candle
dle candle holders stood at the corners of the
table. Red baskets filled with salted
almonds also added to the attractive attractiveness
ness attractiveness of the table. The guests spent
some time enjoying the dainty five five-course
course five-course luncheon .and after a social
half -hour spent chatting together,
most of those present left for the fair
grounds, where an interesting, time
was spent viewing the exhibits.
This was an exceedingly, pretty
compliment to Mrs. Futch, who has
been the recipient of many social at
tentions during her visit here, but
none of which were more enjoyable
than Mrs. Simmons courtesy Tues Tuesday.
You want to enjoy Thanksoiving 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
1 r 1-
, - WjraeaJMtg..
MRS. HOCKER ENTERTAINED.
MRS. FUTCH AT AUCTION
Watch for our TOYS th
we have evr had. The Book Shop. 24-3t
Decidedly informal and enjoyable
was the three-table auction party last
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Frederick Hocker, which was a pretty
compliment td Mrs". Hugh Futch of St.
After the arrival bf all the guests,
the game of auction was enjoyed, the
tables being placed in the reception
hall: which had been brightened and
made attractive with vases of flowers
Several hours were spent with the
cards, and at the conclusion of play,
Mrs. Hocker served a delectable three-
course menu, which was enjoyed by
the following: Mr. and Mrs. Paul
bimmons, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dumas,
Mr. and Mrs. Alison Wartmann, Mr.
and Mrs. Leverett Futch. Mrs. Hugh
Futch, Mr. and Mrs. Trusten Drake,
and Misses. Minnie' and Louise Gams-by.
Fellowship; Nov. 22. Mr. J. L.
Seckinger of Miami is tHe guest of his
mother, Mrs. Rosa Seckinger.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith of Waca-
hoota, also Mr. Ira Beck of Gaines-
v:lle, are the guests of Mr. J. L. Beck
and family for a few days.
The scout boys gave a purlo last
Saturday night and report a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Pickett enter entertained
tained entertained their young friends last Fri Friday
day Friday night wih a dance.'
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sandifer of Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. McCully last Sunday.
Mr. and .Mrs. N. H. Lanier and
Master Howar4 f Morriston were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully
Mr. and Mrs. C P. Howell and
daughters of Ocala were callers here
a'few days ago.
Mr. Wm. A. Sessoms, our county
c. monstration agent, was in our com com-r.iunity
r.iunity com-r.iunity last Friday afternoon in the
interest of the county fair.
The Fellowship basketball team is
getting along fine and expects' to
Py several teams in the near future.
Mrs. Bell Stanley of Greenville, is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Haycraft.
Quite a number of Fellowship pecn
pie attended the horse sale of Rogers
- Lawrence last Saturday in Ocala,
and purchased several horses and
ttules. These sales are becoming very
attractive and draw large crowds.
In hearty thankfulness to Almighty
God for His many blessings of the
year, Ocala folks will go to church to
morrow and join the multitude in a
service of genuine thanksgiving. A
service will be held at the Baptist
cnurch at 10 o'clock, participated in
by the. Methodist, Presbyterian, Chris Christian
tian Christian and Baptist congregations and
ali others who will join them. Rev.
C. W. White of the Btethodist church,
will preach. Offerings of cash, food
and clothing will be turned over to
the King's Daughters for use among
the homes of the needy in the city.
The attendance at the service should
be large and the offering most generous.
It will pay you to buy better toys
his year. We will have them in our
oy store. THE BOOK SHOP. 24-3t
Citron, marble, fig, fruit, pound,
aisin and walnut cakes. Also angel
and layer cakes for Thanksgiving.
Carter's Bakery. 20-4t
The pos .office will-be closed Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Nov. Coth, Thanksgiving" day. No
delivery of mail cn rural routee nor
Vity will I a made. Ths general de delivery
livery delivery and stamp windows will be
cp.n from 8 to 9 o'clock a. ;n. Mail
will h'i collected, dispatched and dis dis-'jited
'jited dis-'jited to lock boxes as usual.
F.obt. F. Rogers, P. M.
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.
Insist upon having Federal Bread
It's the best.
jC.. Cecil Bryan t
Accounting and Auditing
j PHONE 332
Celery and cranberries. Cook's
Market and Grocery, .phone 243. 17-tf
Have your mirrors re-silvered. AM
work called for, delivered and guar
an teed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block. Fort King
venue, phone 604.' 9-tf
Toys .toys, toys at THE
SHOP December 1st.
OCALA LODGE No. 2SS, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolen'
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 Mam street.
C. Y, Hiller, E. E.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
When Buying Furniture
It pays to deal .with an old reputable
firm nearly 30 years we have devoted
to furnishing homes with fine,
Furniture as well as the more medium
priced lines. Also Floor Coverings,
COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINES
; ; and v.v'
Let us continne to serve vou.
Mail Orders a Specialty.
HAD WICK' S
7 and 9 E. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida
The Store Convenient for Shoppers.
Irvine, Nov. 23. Mrs. J. L. Davis
and Mrs. Sue Mclver and Miss Mamie
ant spent Wednesday in Ocala.
Mrs. J. L. Davis and Mrs. Sue Me
rer entertained a few friends Thurs
day afternoon in hono rof Mrs. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Sanderson of New York. v For
this occasion the living room and hall
Wr decorated with ferns, roses and
white chrysanthemums. From 4 to 6
o'clock the invited guests included
Mrs. W. P. Walker and Mrs. D. H. Ir Irvine
vine Irvine of Orange Lake, Mrs. G. M.
Blitch, Mrs. Wilbur Gibson, Mrs. L.
K. Edwards and Mrs. J. K Mixson.
After a social hour chicken salad,
olives, pickles, saltines and hot tea
and ice cream and cake were served
by Misses Florence Whitlock and
Mamie Fant. Miss Florence Whit
lock rendered severaL piano selections
during the evening. At 6 o'clock the
guests departed, reporting a very
Mr. L. K. Edwards returned home
Friday night after spending several
dnys in Jacksonville.
Miss Ruby Edwards spent Satur
day and Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. K. Edwards.
Mr. George Blitch of Williston was
a Sunday caller.
2 6it iiiHSifi
"Best; in the Long Run"
Mr. Bruce r.lcilcrt, on
one ol these Famous
Phone 78 Oklawcha & Uzln
lrMM M W :Wl M M 4 (Ms W. .MT.k
S. Hickle has moved his shoe shop
from the Robertson building on Main
street into the Yonge Tblock on Fort
King avenue, where he will be glad to
have his old any any new patrons
Get the habit of reading the ads.
At LOW Prices
Ve have a car load of Bananas on the Seaboard
Team Track which are being sold CHEAP.
APPLES Wholesale, $2.00 per Bushel
Retail, 55c per pech or 30c hall peck
Come early as they will not last long
at the prices-
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
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,
City Tax CcEectcr.
Meet me &t the American Ccfi.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
tho stato for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
".uQ p. ra.
Adverlr: l'tii b
OCALA EVENING STAlt, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1920 : Z"
T. I -if
Yard wide Extra Fine Sea Island
Sheeting LL Druid per yard
, 1 : t . t .
Yard wide Percale fast colors in
extremely pretty patterns Ideal
for house dresses and bungalow
If you have any
phone to five-one. :
Temperature "this morning. 36; this!
Thp Rook Shot) Annex will open
9 i I I I iw- Hi llll III
Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Hathcox and
children of Juliette wer in tojsm to
27-inch wide Dress Ginghams,
Best Quality, priced to please and to close out
27-inch wide Dress Ginghams,
good quality and pretty patterns too, only
Closina Out Sale at
. fit i
The Court Pharmacy will be closed
sfter 1 o'clock Thanksgiving day. 2t
Mr. Vernie Stevens of -Lakeland was
in town today visiting nis parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens.
Miss Mary McDowell left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Hastings to spend Thanks
giving with friends, v
The Federal Bakery will be closed
ater one o'clock on Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mcintosh of
Dunnellon were visitors to the city
and the fair yesterday.
m. Gerig's Drug Store will close at 1
n m Thnrslav. 22-3t
Mrs. R. B. Sales of Tampa is a viii-
tor in the city, a guest at the home
of her sister, Mrs. L. W. Ponder.
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, f 1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Flesh Faster Than
I It On
The liyes of most women are
full of worry. Men's troubles are
haA enoueh. but women's t J8
wors3. Worry make3 women sic k.
'It pulls them down, and in thor
ject to all the pains, aches, weak weaknesses
nesses weaknesses that are peculiar to tb3 sex.
Most women neglect their
health, and for this neglect they
pay the penalty. If a woman asks
her neighbors ?be finds that Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
benefits a woman's whole system.
All druggists. Fluid or tablet forrn.-
Columbus, GA.-"Doctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription did me a
world oi gooa.
1 was suffering
it caused me
to be extremely
back ached and
tttNS naine in fnv
7lllv side. I was rest-"
sN. Ufa looa aru could
osrX ; not sleeD well.
I was greatly in need of helpso
decided to try the 4 Favonte Pre Pre-Bcription'
Bcription' Pre-Bcription' and it was just excellent
in restoring me to health. It made
me feel like a different person.
Mbs. Vivian Goins, 841 28th St.
Read Carefully These Prices!
Rice per pound.. 10c and 12 Vie
Meal and grits, 6 lbs for. ..25c
P. &. G. and Octagon Soap,
three for ...25c
Cleaneasy Soap, four for. .25c
Pearl in e, Grandma. Lighthouse
and Octagon Washing Pow Powder
der Powder ........5c
Seafoam Washing Powder four
Argo Starch, three for. ....25c
Jello Ice Cream Powder (fine
for puddings) two for... 25c
Fresh Eggs always on hand.
3 cans Premier Peas for a $1.00
3 cans Premier Corn for... 85c
Compound Lard per lb..... 18c
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon
squares, 2 to 3 lbs. to the
piece, per lb.. ........ .37$4c
squares, 2 to 3 lbs.
piece, per lb..
White Bacon per lb 25c
By the side 24c
Reddick Peanut Butter in bulk,
per lb. ;...... 30c
One pound cans .35c
Four pound cans $1.20.
Eight pcihd cans $2.30
Sugar, per pound .12V'jC
Klim, one pound package.. 95c
Klim, 2H lb. package $1.90
Klim, live lb. package.. ..$3.50
IIMP.l ASS F ED
r. iMirn i
M 1 t I ; f
i iU w
WANTED. LOST, FOUND. FO.
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maxincm, one time,
25c; three times, 50c; six times, ic;
one month, $3. Payable in advance.
FOR SALE Ten acres of land in
Marion- county, near Belleview.
Write owner, Geo. JL Hummel, 219
Marie Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 19-6t
All other Groceries as Low as Gocd Qaality
and Fall Wefflht will allow. 1
FARMERS EXCHANGE ST0PJ
FOR SALE Seed cane, S12 per thou
sand; two. large mules, ?4oJ for
the pair; one fresh jersey cow and
three weeks old calf, $75. Apply
to N. W. Harison, Oklawaha, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 19-12t
Ensien G. B. Austin and daughter,
I of the Salvation Army, have arrived
i .. ... ii v
nr TTi XI C;A rAinonf We CllY ttllU v --
- T i .n v.,.. work here and m Gainesville. Ensign.
zen ox jacis.uiiviiic, uui . v-
here as "Ted." was a welcome visitor Austin and Miss Austin are here to
in the city today. suay conaiuons a.m
Mrs. E. J. Cardy arrived in Ocala oc
vrrdav afternoon to snend the win-i We have delicious pies.- such as
' lemon, cocoanut, appie, peapr- mmw
ter at the home of her son, Mr. G. S.J d pumpkin. Carter's Bakery. 20-4t
ocoiu aim laiuujr.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
OR RENT My entire home which
can be used as two apartments, on v
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. Sav3ge Jr. 19-6t
WOOD When you want wood, phone
566; oak or pine, stove or nrcpiace.
Broadway Woodyard, L. A. Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, Proprietor. ll-12t
WANTED Boarders at 704 North
Magnolia street. Rates, $9 per
week or $2 per day. Mrs. J. E.
FOR SALE 25,000 stalksi improved
Japanese seed cane, at $2 per Hun Hundred.
dred. Hundred. Mayo-Lyles-Cauthen Farm,
- For the convenience f our custom
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Williams and
two children arrived in the city this
. IIWO UI1UU1CU aimcu
ers we will remain open until 9 o clock f ternoon from their home in Brooks-
tonight. Crescent Grocery. 24-lt
ville to spend the Thanksgiving holi-
'' ':; -''',., -n. TT days with Mr. Williams' mother and
Misses Mildred Bnce and Winnie I n K willmms and Miss
Ulio. u. .
' Boys9 Snnnus
Bell left this afternoon for a fewdays
i wieif r4tfi -''-friortria in St. AtieTlstine
Ty-j I Tiaw. v v
"Why Pay More"
f ""'"needham MOTOR CO.
StorageV Gasoline. Oils and Grease ; ft
i .We use genuine Ford Parts.. Cars washed. $1.00
J AGENTS FOR
: SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX
i Phone 252 Cor. Oklawaha and Oranr.e
: Used Cars for Sale
and JacksonviUe. - miW of our custom-
Dorfl fail to visit the Guarantee -rs we will remain open until 9 o'clock
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every- tonight. Crescent Grocery.
thimr we sell is cruaranteed. We're
'ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrin of Dade
City have arrived in, Ocala to spend
Mr. Cranford Standley of Jackson- fsir WPpic as the truest sof Mrs. Mer-
ville is spending fair week in the city, rins father, Mr. John Martin." Mr.
a guest at the home of his mother, Merrin demonstration agent in Pasco
jvirs. a. a., otanuiey. hountv is interested m the tair as a
. .. :ii j: i "r'."
un uecemDer asi we win uisspiay
wonderful lot of dolls. Watch for
them. THE BOOK SHOP. 24-3t
BEFORE YOU BUY,
ALL WOOL NEW SUITS
$12.50 up to $25 grades reduced to
9.00 and up to 18.00
W. K. Lane, M. D, Physician and
necialist Eve. Ear. Nose and
There wDl be Thanksgiving serv- Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
room 5, Merchants' block, at eleven
o'clock tomorrow morning.
Mr.v Max Israelson is In New York
itv on business and todaysent a wire
rn. m,,,r ru V- noaA to the Star office saying he was buy-
X I1C vjUUlk i uanuav.jr nu jv- v.iw-v. i .
after. 1 o'clock Thanksgiving day. ; 2 ing a large stock of lames reaay-w-
, J wear gooas wmcn ne wm u u
" tto w t Vyir a-nA viano-litaT-. Tlet- Mate have on sale: at remarkably low
tie of Sumica, have arrived in the city prices. Commencing next week he will
i-k Prion oo7X1q1 "xr O O IT C Tint.li MTJriJ5vp an ad. running m tne otar msu-
Frink's father, Mr. D. E. Mclver. ing Frank's patrons aDoui ims uu
flnr TOY STORE will onen Dec. 1st -
with a beautiful lot of things or the The Court Pharmacy will be closed
children. THE BOOK SHOP. 24-3t Lft.r i o'clock Thanksgiving day. 2t
Our sacrifice is Yci:r Gain
Suit Cases and Bags at big reductions
WANTED A good farmer to farm
on shares. Also would jike to plant
ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats
on shares. I have good land near
. town. W. D. Carn. 15-tf
'ABBAGE 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 m
large quantities. Parcel post or orders
ders orders 25 dents per thousand extra.
J. R. Davis Farms, Bartow. Fla. tf
FOR SALE Florida BLACK RYE,
at-$3.25 per boshel. J. P. Smith,
Ebb, Fla. 15-J2t
WOOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads
of oak and pine wood. Phone 611,
residence. E. Bomolini. I8-18t
FOR SALE OR TRADE One second
hand 2-hp. International engine,
one ne steel bur cornmeal mill;
will trade for anything. D. N.
Mathews, 609 Second St., Ocala. Ct
WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any
length; delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell, uaic
(phone charges paid.) ) 11-tf
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
LOST Pointer gip; two liver spots
on back and head. Six months old.
Return to W. A. Stroud.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Diimas motored
in their car to Gainesville this after-
- v.rtnirrnl nnH monev-
savinfi prices add to our sense of gratifica gratifica-tinn
tinn gratifica-tinn "Three squares a day for less money if
yoTy cash Td carry it home- should be
your motto. Suggestions for your Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Dinner
". . Apples. Bananas, Nuts, Dates,
Raisins, Figs, Pumkins, Grapes,
Oranges andMince Meat.-
The rest room at the fair grounds
" T i is proving a great convenience.
noon to spend Thanksgiving as the wnrfian in charge. "Aunt
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hamp-, commo-iatine. Eve-
T '" iho rmr!e who looks after the children
Will be open until 9 o'clock Thanks- 1 h nu"e-. TJt tl. hihitg
giving moraing; Phone (243) your while their mothers see the exhibits,
orders early. Cook's Market, and All this is free of charge, and there
Grocery. 20-4t ju De no extra expense to parents
Z7T7 t wishing to leave their children in her
student at the New Haven Normal I
TIf Prices Reduced
PAP 8o'nov?X' $29.09 -old
price $23 ou, now.... v
DIAMOND Nbn-Skid, 30x3K, 5JH
old price $17.60, now v
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND fUBES
Our Repair Department" in charge of all-round
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man.
BIX IE GREASE ?:
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Dhnno 958 West Broadway
School at .H;CW Make your wants known b adver- t&T.&tt&'Z
ner aunt, xvirs. ueorge jrubscu ai vwi-
if -.:,ar j k -m m m jp. 1 a wm wr'i r. i & . ;
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbirig & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
'1 ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. Robert Pentland Jr.. who: has
been doing audit work in Ocala for
the past ten days, will return home
tonight. Mr. Pentland is with the
John A. Hall certified J accountants,
Jacksonville, and is a most competent
ard paintaking young man.
Mr. and Mrs. Osco Zewadski and
son. William, Mr. Guy Zewadski and
Mrs. Zewadski's mother, Mrs. Dixon
will arrive in the city this afternoon
from their home at Tampa to spend
until Monday as the -guests of Dr.
and Mrs. Walter Hood and Mrs. W. iv.
It's an easy name to remember
Federal always ask for Federal if
you want the best bread to be had. 6t
Miss Winnie Hunt, who is acting
manager for Frank's store during Mr.
Israelson's absence in New York city,
had a long distance business conver
sation with Mr. Marcus Frank in New
York city last night in regard to
handling some important business
matters and Miss Hunt says the con
versation was as clear and satisfac
tory as if it were carried on between
two phones here in town.
X M -I-'-
WANTED Young women over 48
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
WANTED Something to do to help
pay expenses while my wife is. in
the hospital here. Some experience
in mercantile business. Can furnish
references. Would consider perma permanent
nent permanent position. Phone me at Marion
County Hospital. W. H. Hender
I WANTED A man with a. truck to
haul oranges at Eastlake'. Steady
job for a week or en days Call or
phone Ea?tlake Investment Com
pany, Eastlake, Fla.. 24-4t.
FOR EXCHANGE A 1919 model, 5-
passenger Oaxland six automobile.
Will trade for a good Ford touring
car or sell very cheap for cash. Ad Address
dress Address Exchange, care the Star of
fice, Ocala, Fla. 24-3t
Always ask your grocer for Federal
Bread, and insist upon getting it.
YouH always find it fresh and crisp.
A sins' not only builds up your
business but also builds up the town.
THE SPEIAITY SHOP
Has on display the prettiest line of BOOKS ever
.v. shown-in Ocala
Books for grown-ups.
Books for Boys and Girls
Juvenile Books of every description.
See our line before buyino
I A. E. GERIG
We have delicious Dies, such as
lemon, cocoanut, apple, peach, mince
and pumpkin. Carter's Bakery. 20-4t
m. W m.
1 DUD SCHEDULES
7 rHtMMaMHrW .atr...
Read the Star Y ant Ads. It pays
Jhjt'JitLa a aaai"
WE WILL SELL YOU
Two Tires te fte 'Pnce
: i -- J V" '
Arrivftl and denarttire of raasensrtr
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar-
(Eastertr -Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 co
1:55 cm Jacksonville pra
4i05pm Jacksonville 4;uopm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 psa
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
l:f.O cm" Tampa-Manatee 1:S3 ps
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:0a ps
ATLANTIC COAST LINE IL B.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 ma
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 sra
i:35pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pa
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7 :25 am DunelIon-Lkeland 1 1 :03 pa
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pa
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 an
4:45 pm Gainesville 11 :Z0 ta
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
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