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OGALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920.
VOL. 26, SO. 283
. LITTLE BOHEMIA
HE CARE TAKEN
LEG i 0 N DAY" AT
ILK IS STACKING ITALY WILL LET
OF ALL QUR FAIRS
iT Rl CRDS1GS
THE FAIR TOMORROW
UP TOO MUCH
Ik the Almost Unanimous Verdict of
.Those Who Have Seen All or
Nearly All of the Series
The Marion County Fair was estab established
lished established thirteen years ago, and many
of our people have, seen all or nearly
ell of its annual sessions. It seems
to be the opinion of those who have
attended the fair each year that while
there has been a larger amount of
exhibits at some that there has never
been one so well arranged. The com community
munity community idea is largely responsible for
this, as well as constantly growing
Wednesday morning, a large dis display
play display of the finest citrus fruit was
fcrought in, and arranged with skill
and care on the center tables of the
community building. This added to
the already largje and excellent citrus
display shows that Marion is away up
front in this product.
Mr. Robert MacKay won the mule
race yesterday, riding with grace and
nonchalance. The pony races were as
First: First prize, Mack Pointer
fcr M. E. Albertson; second, Delia B.
for H. W. Hellman; third, Jennie V
for John Seiler.
Second: White Beauty for A. A.
Mathews; Lew for S. G. Lovell; Deck
fcr L. Monroe.
Third: Directress Girl for Blackis Blackis-ton;
ton; Blackis-ton; Grandel C. for John Smith;
Ocala Boy for A. D. Smith
Fourth: Dolly for R. II. Connell
Lew for S. G. Lovell; Catts for Mrs.
R. 13. Dyalls.
The carnival grounds were well fill filled
ed filled last night, hundreds of people go going
ing going out to take in the shows and have
A large number of people arrived
this morning, and there sis a good
prospetc for a very large attendance.
RED CROSS ROLL CALL
The following persons' were enroll enrolled
ed enrolled at the Red Cross booth Wednesday:
W. C. Meade, H. WHenry, Mrs. R.
Vi Ott, E. T. Helvenston, E. E. Dobbs,
Mrs. E. E. Dobbs, Mrs. J. R. Rogers,
J. II. Rogers, Mrs. Arthur Davies,
Lucy Davies, Mrs. Mary Simmons, R.
R. Ca:ioll, Mrs. McKinney, Mrs. Z. C.
Chan bliss, L. W. Duval, Mrs. L. W.
Duval, Miss A. Duval, D. Niel Fer Fer-guron,
guron, Fer-guron, Mrs. H. H. Henderson, Mack
Ta lor, Mrs. Mack. Taylor, Mack Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Jr., Mrs. S. A. Ellis, M. R.. Cohen,
C. S. Culleh, Mrs. C. S; Cullen, Dr.
Nichols, George MacKay. Mrs. George
MacKay, T. P. Drake, Mrs. T. P.
Drake. Mrs. W. T. Gary, Ted Drake,
R. O. Rogers, Mrs. Howard Walters,
C. Ax, Mrs. C. -Ax, Mrs. R. L. An An-derron
derron An-derron Jr., Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, D. W.
Tompkins, Mrs. W. A. McGuire, W. A.
McGuire, Dick Dewey, E. A. Gregory,
George Taylor. N. A. B. Russell, Miss
Margaret, Jackson, R. T. Stroud, W.
T. Anderson, Mrs F. E. Carr, Mrs.
M. H. Stovall, Alison Wartmann, Mrs.
Alison Wartmann, Jack Thomson, H.
B. Clarkson, Mrs. H. B. Clarkson, Ed.
Tucker, F. W. Cook, Mrs. F. W. Cook,
John Cook, Edward Cook, Miss Ernes Ernestine
tine Ernestine Brooks, Mrs. G. W. Martin, Mrs.
Welsh Wheeler, Miss Margaret Eagle Eagle-ton,
ton, Eagle-ton, Mrs. G. S. Scott, Dr. C. W. More More-men,
men, More-men, J. M. Meffert, J. K. Dickson,
Miss Nellie Stevens, W. B. Gallagher,
J. Malever, W. P. Chalker, Mrs. A. C.
Cobb, Mrs. N. Hickman, Miss Rose
Lopez, Mrs. W. H. Wilson, Miss Ma Matilda
tilda Matilda Pasteur,' Mrsr John Pasteur,
John Pasteur, Mrs. J. E. Walker, Whft
Palmer, Mrs. Frances Collier.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
ALL WOOL NEW SUITS
$12.50 up to $25 grades reduced to S
.00 and up to $1800
Our sacrifice is Your Gain
I Suit Cases and Bags
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
Famous Greenwich Village Taken in
Hand by Commissioner Enright
and Cleaned Out
New York, Nov. 25. Greenwich
Vilage has been reformed.
Richard E. Enright, police commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of New York city, is authority
for this statement. Indeed in his an annual
nual annual report to the mayor which has
just been made public, he devotes con considerable
siderable considerable space to New York's Bohe Bohemian
mian Bohemian Quarter, famous in play and
novel the country over.
Long-haired men and shorjt-haired
women who take their temperament
seriously received the report on their
district with something akin to anger.
Proprietors of coffee houses and gift
shops in which "atmosphere" is the
chief stock in trade displayed mixed
"Every knock a boost and rattling
publicity," was the way they greeted
word that their village had been
This was the section of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Enright's report that stirred
occupants of attics and basements
with shrine sto the gods of literature
"For a year or two prior to January
1, 1918, there has grown up in Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich Village a series of Bohemian res restaurants,
taurants, restaurants, which had attracted to it a
host of sightseers and morbid minded
persons with a jaded appetite for sen sensation.
sation. sensation. Among those who came were
many of the degenerate type of both
sexes, who participated in the absurd
diversions offered at these places at
high prices and danced to jazz music
with all of. the ridiculous and some sometimes
times sometimes suggestive and disgusting con conduct
duct conduct which is characteristic of such
"A Chinese funeral or a Hopi In Indian
dian Indian snake dance would be far more
irtersting and entertaining, but a cer certain
tain certain foolish and degenerate appetite
for the unusual or sensational, mostly
recruited from outside"' New York,
promoted by sightseeing car grafters
end other parasites, kept these places
alive and proved that Barnum was
right regarding the mental capacity
of some people.
"These conditions immediately re received
ceived received the attention of this depart department,
ment, department, with the result that several of
them discontinued business, while
those that remained are obliged to
keep within the law. As they are no
longer allowed to flout the law or to
cater to the depraved tastes of their
regular clientele, this section will soon
become unattractive to the sightseer
and will be restored to its previous
status of respectable residential and
TOOK THE GOLD MEDAL
Paris, Nov. 7. The canning unit" of
the American committee for devastat devastated
ed devastated France won the gold medal at the
horticultural exhibition just held uri uri-e'er
e'er uri-e'er the auspices of the Horticultural
Society of France at the Jardin d'Ac d'Ac-climation
climation d'Ac-climation in. the Bois du Boulogne.
The award was made on a collection
of 1000 jars of fruit and vegetables
prepared this summer under the su supervision
pervision supervision of Mrs. Bernice Davis, direc director
tor director of the unit, who visited twenty-six
departments and gave demonstrations
in home canning.
Last June the unit was awarded the
"Medal Vermeille" at the hosticul hosticul-tural
tural hosticul-tural exhibition.
at big reductions
Railway Commission Will Ask Con Congress
gress Congress to Pass Laws to Protect
Lives of the People
Washington, Nov. 25. A campaign
for the passage of laws in all states
requiring better protection of railroad
grade crossings is to be carried on by
members of the Association of State
Railway Utility Commissions, which
recently held its annual convention
A special committee appointed to
investigate the whole subject said the
elimination of all grade crossings in
the United States "would probably
cost as much as all the railroads are
worth." It recommended laws reauir-
ir.g that every grade crossing be pro protected,
tected, protected, by anapproach warning sign,
placed in the highway at a distance
not less than 300 feet on each side of
the railroad tracks. The sign should
be a circular disk not less than 24 in inches
ches inches in diameter, and properly lighted
at night if deemed necessary.
Railroad companies would be re required
quired required to maintain within the limits of
of rights of way proper cautionary
signs; to be equipped with a red light
at night where necessary.
Other provisions of the proposed
Crossing flagmen to use during the
day a, uniform disk 16 inches in di diameter
ameter diameter painted white with a black
border and the word "Stop" paitned
thereon in black letters about five in inches
ches inches high.
Crossing gates to be painted with
alternate diagonal stripes of black and
Railroad property at grade cross crossings
ings crossings to be maintained free from ob obstructions
structions obstructions to vision, and highway ap approaches
proaches approaches to be graded so as to permit
fiee passage of vehicles.
Automobile drivers to come to a full
stop at- crossings not protected by
gates ora flagman.
Between four thousand and five
thousand persons are killed each-year
from trespassing upon railroad prop property
erty property and as many more injured, the
committee said in urging passage of
laws making such trespassing a mis misdemeanor
demeanor misdemeanor punishable by fine or im im-piisonment.
piisonment. im-piisonment. CLOSE TO HOME
Tampa, Nov. 24. Mrsr-LenaJBeatty
was arrested yesterday for running
a "moonshine still." Her place was
near the heart of the city opposite
the No. 1 fire station. About 600 gal gallons
lons gallons of mash and a fine still with six
gallons of liquor were confiscated.
FLOCKING TO CANADA
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 15. It is esti estimated
mated estimated that the immigration movement
into Canada for the present fiscal year
will approximate 190,000, the newcom newcomers
ers newcomers being largely from Great Britain
and the United States.
The high water mark in Canadian
immigration was reached in 1913,
v.hen 403,436 persons entered the
For the first six months of the pres present
ent present fiscal year Canada's immigrants
numbered 95,005, an increase of 38
I per cent over the movement for the
! corresponding period last, year. In
the matter of origin they were divid
ed as follows: British 52,768; United
States 30,763; others 11,474.
At presetn the dominion is receiv
ing a considerable influx of Polish
Jews. These are being examined and
must comply absolutely with the reg
ulations before being permitted tJ
come in. Many, are being sent back.
MORE BUILDINGS FOR THE
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
Tampa, Nov. 25. To meet the de demand
mand demand for increased exhibit space from
county and individual exhibitors of
all sections of the state, directors pf
the South Florida Fair, to be held in
Tampa from February 3 to 12, this
week began the erection of new build
ings and additions to those that have
been in use heretofore. Increased
space is demanded in every depart department,
ment, department, and particularly in buildings
devoted to the displays of livestock
and poultry. One successful poultry
breeder will exhibit 40 varieties alone,
while national and international cham champion
pion champion cattle and swine, bred in Florida,
will be presented.
The directors have contracted for
the" most novel free amusement acts
yet shown in Florida and the Johnny
Jones Exposition Shows, which are
featured at American and Canadian
fairs and expositions, will again be
brought down from their home quar quarters,
ters, quarters, Orlando. In every feature the
JVtjfair promises to surpass those of for-
Big Athletic Events for the School
Children of the County Large
Tomorrow will be "Legion Day" at
the fair. Everybody will want to at attend
tend attend tomorrow, for Marion County
Post No. 27 of the American Legion
has arranged a field day for the school
children of the county. These athr
letic events will not only be exciting
v.ut a barrel of fun. Tomorrow is
also Children's Day at the fair and
school children under sixteen will be
admitted toNthe grounds free. The
field events will take place in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The competition between the
various schools of the county is ex ex-petced
petced ex-petced to be very keen.
TO SEE THE FAIR
The Marion County Fair Associa Association
tion Association and the Marion County Board of
Trade are co-operating in giving the
motor tourists who are coming thru
Ocala an opportunity to see the fair
and the exhibition of the county's re
sources. Mr. G. W. Stephens has been
stopping the motorists as they enter
the city from the north and present presenting
ing presenting them with a card which entitler
them to enter the fair grounds in their
cars, the foreign license tag being
used to identify the visitors. Many
of the tourists are taking advantage
' this opportunity to see the fair.
Watch for our TOYS, the best line
we have evr had. The Book Shop. 24-3t
The road to success is advertising.
In less than an hour after an
animal is dispatched in a Swift &
Company packingplant, itis hanging
up as meat in a room brought by
refrigerating machinery to a tem temperature
perature temperature just above freezing.
From that time until it is in your
own ice box within two to. three
weeks it is kept at the same tem temperature;
perature; temperature; first in the coolers at our
packing plants; next on our refrig refrigerator
erator refrigerator cars, more than 6,000 of which
are constantly moving to market
with their perishable cargoes; then
in our refrigerator rooms at our
branch selling houses; then in your
dealer's ice box, and last in your own.
Only for the few minutes while
it is being put into the refrigerator
cars at our packing plants, or taken
out of them at our branch houses,
or whisked to your retailer in our
trucks, is it exposed to any change
Without a skilled use of this sys system
tem system of cooling, made possible by
modern science, you could not get
fresh meat, prepared under most
sanitary conditions, except at greater
expanse unless you happened to
live so near live stock raising centers
that your needs could be supplied
from live stock raised near-by.
If the foregoing raises any question in
the mind of the reader, we will endeavor
to answer it, upon request.
Swift & Company, U, S. A.
c-:-? rartngT pjyg
Mill Hi II i IB m i
Practical Suspension of Business in
Order to Eat by All Who
Have the Price
Washington, D. C, Nov. 25. Prac Practical
tical Practical suspension of the nation's busi business
ness business marked Thanksgiving day ob observance
servance observance in Washington. The presi president
dent president spent the morning on the south
portico of the White House, taking a
diive in the afternoon. Mrs. Wilson
attended church and in the evening
the president and Mrs. Wilson will en entertain
tertain entertain their relatives at a turkey din dinner.
ner. dinner. FLORIDA HAS THE TREES
In his annual report, Major General
Squires, chief signal officer, an announces
nounces announces that a number of messages
may be sent over submarine cables
simultaneously through the use of
alternating current and that th
trunks of growing trees may be uti utilized
lized utilized in the place of sending and re receiving
ceiving receiving attennae for radio. apparatus.
BIG LOAD ON SMALL MAN
The navy department said it had no
advices regarding naval forces pre preventing
venting preventing the connection of the West Western
ern Western Union South American cable. The
matter is entirelym the hands of the
commandant at Key West.
FOOTBALL SEASON CLOSES
New York, Nov. 25. The football
season on eastern collegiate gridirons
closes today, the outstanding games
being between Pennsylvania State and
Pittsburg, Cornell and the University
of Pennsylvania and Washington and
Jefferson vs. West Virginia.
. J'r i inr n i I m 1 1 1 mm r
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Farmers Can't Dispose of their Large
Supply and Will Can It for
Chicago. Nov. 25. There is a big
surplus of milk in the country and
milk prices generally should be lower
than they are, J. W. Coverdale, sec sec-letary
letary sec-letary of the American Farm Bureau
Federation, said here in explanation explanation-cf
cf explanation-cf the federation's call for a national
conference of milk producers. The
conference, he said, aims to work out
some better method of marketing
milk and will consider the possibilities
"A number of condensaries abso absolutely
lutely absolutely refuse to buy milk and many
producers' don't know what to do with
a large part of their supply," Mr.
Coverdale said. "In New York state
producers have put up several of their
own condenseries and have bought
several more than had closed. They
propose to can their milk and lay it
away on the shelves until the time
when the public will want it.
"There is so much milk without a
demand for it that I think milk could
be sold for less and still pay out. Peo
ple would use more of it. Some of
the people are not using as much milk
as they should.
"The present difficulty dates back, I
think, to the high price of sugar.
Sugar is used in condensing milk and
the condenseries filled their shelves
with milk put up at a high price.
There is no export sale and the con con-denceries
denceries con-denceries are trying to force the consumer-to
buy this milk. The people
are not doing it, and the result is
there is too much condensed milk in
CLEVELAND GRAYS WILL
BE HARDING'S ESCORT
Cleveland, O... Nov. 25. The Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Grays, Cleveland's crack military
organization, has been selected to act
as escort to Warren G. Harding at
me presidential -inaugural ceremonies
m wasnington March 4th. It will
start soon a special series of drills
for the occasion. The Grays have act acted
ed acted as escort for Presidents Garfield,
McKinley and Roosevlt at .their in inaugurals.
augurals. inaugurals. BACK TO SIM BLITCH
Is the Desire of a Florida Cxmviri
Overhauled in Arkansas
Little Rock. Nov. 24 F!nri r t,i
- "W A Ul-
ler, wounded recentlv hv th
here from whom he tried to escape
after his arrest on a charge of rob robbery,
bery, robbery, yesterday admitted, according fo
the police, that he had PSMnOfl frnm
the penitentiary at Raiford, Fla.,
after serving one month of a six-year
sentence. Fuller, the police said, has
agreed to return to Florida without
Atlanta, Nov. 25. The leading
football game to be played in the
South today will take place here be between
tween between Auburn and Georgia Tech. con
sidered the greatest fotbaU machines
of the South. Other games include
Virginia Polytechnic Institute aaginst
the Virginia Military Institute, at
Roanoke; Vanderbilt versus Suwanee
SEND ALL OF
MR. DANIELS NAVY
Miami, Nov. 25. Additional rein reinforcements
forcements reinforcements have arrived here to aid
the crew of-the subchaser in guarding
employes of the Western Union Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Company to prevent them from
connecting the cable across Biscayne
bay between Miami and Miami beach.
HERE'S WHERE WE GET OUR
IHEY'S 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 perfect
fect perfect racing trim by an application of A. C. Cobb's famous "High Life" lini liniment,
ment, liniment, 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:
Names of Mules
"Liberty Bell" ...
"Price to Souter" ....
Unless France and Great Britain First
. Offer Intervention in Hellenic
Rome, Nov. 25. If France and
England decide to intervene in Greece
Italy must stand aloof in order to re remain
main remain faithful to the principle of self-
determination, says an article publish publish-td
td publish-td by the Messagero.
A WAIL FROM HUN LAND
Berlin, Nov. 25.-Members of the
reichstag denounced the action of the
allies in keeping such a large force of
men along the Rhine and 'assailed
France for sending negro troops into
Germany. Dr. Zapf of the. German
peoples party said Germany's finan financial
cial financial situation seemed hopeless as the
interest charges alone amounted to
two billion five hundred million marks.
SUPPRESS RUSSIAN BLOCKADE?
Paris, Nov. 25. Suppression of the
Russian blockade is favored by Pre
mier Leygues, he informed the foreign
as- the soviet government actually is
in- operation it had been decided to
permit the French to do all the trad
ing they can with Russia.
FRANCE AND BRITAIN CONFER
Paris, -Nov. 25. Premier Leygues
left for. London today to confer with
Premier Lloyd George relative to
questions arising froir. the recent
Greek election, the Russian situation
and Near East problems.
LITTLE NATIONS WANT MUCH
Geneva, Nov. 25. Committee meet meetings
ings meetings features the sessions of the as assembly
sembly assembly of the league of nations which
considered are considered preliminary
to the real work beginning when re reports
ports reports are submitted to delegates from
smaller nations insisting that their
countries should play an influential
role in the work of the assembly and
council of the league.
:.. DESCHANEL RECOVERS
Paris, Nov. 25. Paul DesChanel.
former French president, formed to
resign by illness, is regaining his
health and it is planned to offer him
a senatorship, the newspaper Eclair
ON THEIR WAY
Queenstown, Nov. 25. Mrs. Mc Mc-Sweeney,
Sweeney, Mc-Sweeney, widow of the lord mayor of
Cork, who died from the effects of a
hunger strike, and Mary McSweeney,
his sister, embarked quietly todav on
the steamer Osltic, bound for the
United States to testify before the
committee of one hundred investigat investigating
ing investigating the Irish question.
A RACE WORTH SEEING
Mineola, N. Y Nov. 25. Forty Forty-four
four Forty-four high speed airplanes lined up
her today at Mitchell Field for the
Pulitzer trophy race. For the first
time in the history of aviation, plans
called for simultaneous starting of
the machines arid the 132-mile course
will be covered in a triangular route.
Army and navy pilots are contesting
for the first time.
HARDING GIVES THANKS
ON THE ISTHBIUS
Ancon, Canal Zone, Nov. 25. Sen Senator
ator Senator and Mrs. Harding, observed
Thanksgiving day quietly, dining at
the home of Colonel Chester Harding,
governor of the zone. They motored
and played golf and tonight will be
guests of honor at a banquet and re re-cetpion
cetpion re-cetpion to be given by President Por Por-ras
ras Por-ras of the Panama republic.
Advertising not only builds up your
business but also builds up the town.
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Mm. heBavs the dd is troub,esome.tios, and the hunter, were prh
P.blMke Every Dr Eeet by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
n his romnanv as well as to Ocala, so
he hopes the people of this city win
consider his difficulties and De paueui.
There is one thing we don't like
about the fair. There are a aon
- -f11 hlnst
umt I trames 01 cnance ruuiu..6
R. K. rreiu 1. ., At t tVno cratP to
j. ii. iibib". ,tn cranastana. ij -w-.,
j,.. "sncker catchers.", mere
rfMHMPK" ife . I I lillWIllllltt WV
Entered at OcaW FU, postoxnce a. re,iar roulette wheel, only if
.econd.claS9 matter wMch bg eHom
" mMSPBOXES Mm-s. he receives in return for his
' -. 1 . ,
I cnmp near-worthless Knies-
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nakiacM ofiie money
Editorial Derte iu knack instead of coin as m an nonesi
itn cmodness came. iuei is
u hVqv mvs his monev for
. tmnatn Y W V W IWIICIC MIC duviwi r J
MEMBER "'r i.wewL nUn,o fn win an Indian blanket
i.i l T writ Vt i
for a hunt that day m ine uig uuu.
Messrs. Albert Fort, Archie Fort j gl.
and Robert Griggs returned home that s
ovPTiin?. bringing with them two deer. -Z-
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c 3 aw T. A firnrcrss and tne '.r?
atter 3 son, 31 r. tsusoee wnu, ""
i a It X- T-4-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aioeri-
. J f I ATT UTTO T111- I
3ir. ana jus. vmc
dren motored to Ocala Tuesday to at- j V
ttnd trie circus, uut on a".uuuw
rain and cold weather the show was
Messrs. Chane Martm and Aivin
i' 1 4-
Squires, who are attenomg bcnuui
Montverde. are expecxeu uumc 1.-..
nesday to spend Thanksgiving here.
" taA Press is exclusively a cnance to win au
?ftSSi for republication ol haR never been in five hundred
L frwlLePtredtel. Paifl 'PJ1 1 miles of an Indian. There are other
iFee records records-free'
free' records-free' fccofcIs.
lal w. PUbUshed here g men
UoitciS hereliTare also reserved. &re tempted to give their money for
" : a chance to win something that they
domestic subscription RA0 could buy at the ten-cent store. If
ont year, la &'Z-mm' '''''' a!oo one of our merchants set one of the
tl ?onth. in advance thine up in his place of business, he
One 43bod.. r would be pulled, iney are m piam
violation of law. Why do the autho-
piate 15 cents per m jr.ues
"utive insertions. .""V
t'itr8 Coen ad. tbaTrn less than CALL TO ENROLL
ir timeV cent, per mca.
on ncn r.te. I
Mr and Mrs. Lester wneeier, ml.
nd Mrs. Raymond Wheeler were
guests of friends at Electra Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Deas of Eagle
Lake, spent a few days last week with
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. Marsh. Mrs. Arthur Deas, nee
Mi Annie Lue Marsh, has many
friends here who are always delighted
to see her.
Rev. Colson will fill his regular ap
pointment Sunday morning and eve
ning at the Christian churcn.
cne is urged to be present.
When we say $25 worth of Free Records we mean $25 worth of Free Rec Records.
ords. Records. Just that and all of it.
Some folks thought the offer was too good to be true: thought there must
be a joker and a piece of string to it.
The best way for you to satisfy yourself is to put it to the practical test.
Come in and buy a Pathe Phonograph ; any sort you like; any "M1 ;
cent the two small ones (No's 3 and 6). Pay the usual small delivery
deposit and the phonograph goes straight up to your own -home, at
once. V lf
The records go with it. And you can pick out the records for yourself.
This is no dodge to work ofl old stun.
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lnches w'1' non aBDllca- xi r;;a -f Mnrinn Count v:
which Will D iuiuw- I iu mc wwiw"
rrnTi n t7 t rnncc Miss Mabel &qmres
ith her ineno, miss 'w-
i rr lln
er line for
e lor eacn
The Marion County Chapter of the
RqV( rniir mirrors re-silvered.
ir n0i fnr. delivered and guar-
American Red Cross extends to you a n Mirror and Plating
Yonge block, ort js
11 Kit iV;nin(r irr rPTIPWlTlff VOUr 1 tro K04.. tf-Ut
tUll Utli UJ jvr.."& c I VCI1UC, w
membership before the first of Decern
. t ArsAofk Alt r jn- -nrill nav f Vio nnnnal I T "P.VrT F. VV
. a i tnmntips 2111U uuufc1 ner. uiic uvuai yt ku v..-. i uuuuu .
To nu in ia t.,- ot,H
v. ThanicsiriviiiK nues. mis is yuui ncu viuog
t'1 I . . -r
clmiilH make the renewal or youri Cpiioview. Nov. Miss marjunc
gUbsequent inseruoxi. wlthout extra nrtv invitation to answer the fourth r' v
1 I t ui rv),
" ."IV allowed on
WTvenfseents u lealratea
day's work is
membershiD. if you have been a mem- Merriu- the Star's regular correspon
a I .i I o m
A Til IV I 1 L I 1 ...- -V M S 17U II I 1 I llffli I T A. IF A I I ATT I fill 7 FU I II 11 Ifl I I rl Li A. U 143
n wiienn cnoac .-o 1 r,pr. or lum now, ix ju ,itw i neni at ucnc ",
. uoms to have been L mRmKer. the expression of your LsftV from a pleasant three weeks visit
nne ; ratine- a brother- avtY1T1flthv with its work. You endorse with Irer brother. Mr. Kenneth Merrill
mother rareiesa r i i i
. the things for which the Red Cross in Jacksonville
m-iaw. stands, but the evidence of such en- Mr r. a. Snow has returned to
mnt io vnnr TMPrnhprshin. You I week's visit with
TomOrrOW Will uc luuiaciucuv o j nuuiiuuu
vsa fair. There will be the , the-ex-soldiers and their fam- her daughter, Mrs. M. A. Dudley.
fir est sort of a program and every- iHea assisted, wherever needed, but Mr. Gurley Abshire left Monday for V;;
u!a nould be present. the expression of your desire is your Orlando, where he has accepted a po-
rhnoqe vour recoras irom me laiest iw "" 7
hits if youVlike Or, if you prefer it. pick out Grand Opera Records, or any
standard selections, or mix them and pick out a lew of each.
, Utinnal enrollment. You may
T. ,n,infl like a joke, but there Vftnraei at times, imbued with the
s xa evidence to believe that Catts oi it of the Re(j Cross, but the best
at one time expected to be made prey- expression 0f that spirit is your an-j
fdent of the University of Flo"da nual enlistment.
when his term as governor expired. Your chapter of the Red Cross has
" j t this year aided not less than 100 ex-
The conduct of Catts in regard to g0djers and ex.saiiors and their fam fam-the
the fam-the tax collector's office in- Duval niesr it has written not less than 500
county shows that he only lacks the lfctteM at their reqUest. The secre-
power to be a first-class tyrani. we tery has had not less than 250 visits
on-in-law Paderick is a blamed POr from those who needed the assistance
gtl0rt. I of the organization. The need for this
; I assistance will continue through 1921
A Jacksonville paper wants a mu- chapter must be able to an
:.s i at in that city. i
K ... it. Mrn a A Tllf" I
would work well until mere who answered the call of your cotm-
gar in the woodpile, and the politic- gQ.ng tQ hdp?
ians would soon see to it that one wa canot see some one autho-
there. rized to renew your membership, send
$1 with your name to Mr. D. Niel Fer-
Mrs. W. T. Phillips of West
Something nice is. .aiwy .;: guson. secretary Marion County Chap Chap-g
g Chap-g to Tallahassee; here it w .aoow q Red Florida
to have the Hardee xamuy t L. W. Duval,
Chairman Marion County Chapter,
American Red Cross.
Vears. Tampa Tribune.
all. It's about to
old man Catts forever.
-.Trv aent is Sent YOU it is CUS-
"WC"?TT af,. in8t what
tomary Weir. Nov. 24.-Mr. and Mrs
I wantea. a George Crum. arrived Saturday eve-
gmng we LJ u8 one. It's ning from their home in Frederick,
turkey. Evans Hade sent us
a big, nne Diru, - Mrs. Crum are always most
as the heart oi cordially welcomed by their host of
Gainesville Dun. tw-have made in former
Evans has some neari. r.
vana Ivtars in Florida.
.. e some of these Mr. H..T. Henry and family of six
.fflen,n act like it was an in- from.Atlantaf are occupying one of C,
near-statesmen wt ike it for a short tim6;
f Td Italy to ask America to but will return here about January 1st
Franceand Italy to. possession ofthe property he
jcin v At ntxtrteiUflv nurchased from Mrs. K. a.
guide the destinies uj. i- -
K Barnes large in thelClements.
Beach is visiting her mother, Mrs. J.
Last Monday was a red letter day
in Belleview, when the soutnoouna
limited stopped, allowing a number of
our nrominen t winter visitors to
alight.' In the party were Mr. and
Mrs. R. Gr Batts from New York city.
Mr. Betts is one of the most active
members of the Belleview : Gun: and
A tliis organization ia
quite jubilant over his return. Mr. and J.
Mrs. Ed Fisher of Bridgeport, -aiso
arrived. They have been regular win
ter visitors for' the past three or four
years. This year they intend to build
a home on their lot next aoor to mm
George Grunthals'; attractive rock, cot
tatre. Mrs. J. W. Hilton and,, cousin;
Mrs. Harrison Hilton, who claim sene-
view as their home and only spent the
summer in Connecticut, visiting rela
ives and renewing old acquaintances,
also were in the party
T? mr Hem rips and wife from New
ivv v w
vni- V)qw nmved -and are comior-
tablv located in the Methodist parson
? A. tt
t?o-o- Rearles "comes to nil tne
uneYnired term of Mr. Lawhdn
You a Penny
We started this offer to cele celebrate
brate celebrate the Pathe, Paris, 25 year
It has already produced so
many satisfied and delighted
customers that we are contin continuing
uing continuing it for a few days longer.
r Costs no
the ordina ordinary
ry ordinary Phonograph.
II I 1
Buy Now, While the :
Buying is Good
It's an unprecedented oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to get the finest phono phonograph
graph phonograph in the world-that's just
what the Pathe is, and you
know it on such terms as
were never before offered.
In tact you can suggest your
own terms to your dealer, if
you like. You will find him a
fairminded man who will agree
to anything you suggest that
WHY PAY MORE?
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Vre JLV 11
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
m r0o on the first and third
i Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until furtner notice.
A. L. lAicas, r.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
tVie castle hall, over the U.
U ciuv.iv JI1
. r.n dmcstore. A coruio
ine apiuu And it's time you were b""k .r i citin brothers
the B. Y. P. U. at the iake view fhl-k of the Dresents you intend giv-. weicWUC o
House last Thursday night was.;a hap- big on Jthat joyous occasion.
f the I
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.
Friends of neighbors of Mr.
are writing mc - . a
. m v niir near-States-
book 01 mstory, uw tlaUf.. Aoin nd daughter,
ii ... Vwo allowed tO VOUtu uis uma.
men will never be allowed &re pkased tQ
pen. have them home again for the next six
r.;oMlle. com- tnonths and they are as busy as bees
Mr. F. U. liyme ux . Blrinp warden and
be to the fair Wednesday, IOU T' 6ol"c u'6
had been sown r y teacvin? the school for the past two
Consequently, eign, .-v Denison the regular
sion had Pia sh0Uldbe teacher, was called home on account
or men or boy who did this e&o Ml not re.
Uaced and put finisVthe term.
for a spell, to teach tnem k a welcome
the rights of otner peupx- Unsitor Saturday and Sunday from
where she is attending
Francis and son of
who have been oc-
. , e-ii i of Summerfield,
ne Fort i8" the hiSh school
the opmion tnat
. . sohnAis. an
longer taugnt in Jcolumbus. Ohio,
urges that the old "Spencerian the Nurn for the
tern be restored. The lact is thre week wUl leave for points
is not necessary nor mtege south next Saturday and being so fav-
to teach all children to orablv impressed with the lake we
tin am rrrKjf 1. 1 1 w
style of writing, inere b hope they will return and make this
nv event. The" mam attraction 01 xne
evening were the .aprons and neckties
The girls all wore dainty little ; aprons
finished all except the hem. Each girl
made a tie to match her aproh. These
ties were all wrapped up separately
and after the guests had arrived, tne
ties were sold to the boys who found
the anron to match and proceeded to
hem it. There was all kinds oi- nem-
ming, but there were prizes. for, only
two. Mr. Winters Hames won tne
first urize for the best hemming,
while Mr. Harry Goodman won tne
second for coming the nearest to no
hemming at all. Hot cnocoiate ana
served. This affair
boosted the union's funds" just $11.75,
Mr. Ernest Nott came down from
Ocala to spend the week-end with; his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nott. He
had as his guest Mr. Harry Goodman
of Montreal, Canada.,
The Baraca class of the Baptist
church entertained their sisters, the
t a chicken nurlo last
A. J I nutiiLuo .
Friday night in the BiT. P. U.-park.
The Civic League held its tirst bus
iness meeting of the season last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.. A card party was an
nounced for Thursday night, iNovenv
T. W. Akin, C.
Chas. K. SageK. of R. & S.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at!
iK. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
'ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
reigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
K. .Sage, Cleric
tiNo THo-e No. 22. I. O. 0. F,
rieets every Tuesday evenmg.at tne
caa Tr0iinu'! hall at the corner 01
Fort King Ave. and Osceola street. A
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
H. R. Luffman. becretary.
S. Hickle has moved his shoe shop
from the Robertson bmlding on Main
street into the Yonge block on Fort
Kins avenue, where he will be glad to
fcAve his old any any new patrons
LARGE LUE GIM GONG
Will Deliver and Plant for
The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.,
dividuality and should pe x home
writing. The thing that is neu- and Mrs. Ducket and two
teach children is to write leguuy L.nnhters of Washington, D. C, who
.. ;ii foire care ua .
easuy. ine "siyie
itself -Miami Metropolis.
The Met. is write.
Our line of Jewelry consists of eve-
iinr from a small lucAj-w.-.-
IPin to a Gold Watch or a Dm Dm-mond
mond Dm-mond W..Many new. novelties to
select from U you can "j.
J. Charles Smith
The Jeweler 8c Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
- OCALA, FLORIDA
I 66LeMim pay
At Marion County Fair
Our hnver has been in New York
for some time and has securea some
imnwal bareains. Watch for tnem ai
THE BOOK SHOP. :
recently purchased the Massey prop property,
erty, property, are now occupying the same for
Mr- TinKort. Allen Burford, of tne tnrned for the winter and
firm which is to provide the city Lje pleasantly located at their cottage
Ocala with a turbine enguww near Lake Weir station.
nnliinr waS lu
a77; eed rve. $4 per busnei
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store., -
:C. Cecil Bryant:
Accounting and Auditing j
For all Classes of
Stone, Rriclc, Wood
! 1 D. FiC
Phone 446- 723 Wenona SL
c 'deal more if your eyes
tSfwe- are Properly corrected.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Carelul estimates made on all con contract
tract contract ork. Gives more and beUer
work Ut tne money
contractor in the city.
: Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed, .were
igESng for QUALITY not prices, tf
Big Athletic Events for School Children
WM. A. TINSMAN
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Phone No. 526, 215 W. 5th St.. Oca.a
last week, and gave the Star the rea reason
son reason for the delay in slipping the en en-LHne.
LHne. en-LHne. All the parts of the engine are
Nov. 24. Miss Gladys
it.. MftSS lilUli.
ready except the generator, inis u of relatives at
General Electric Company unaex: . Cai.r.Aav flnd Sunday. Miss
ccntract to supply," and the tune nam- wbarn to Orange Lake
ed in the contract is months pas. j d Thanksgiving with
However, it has been impossible for friedns.
the General Electric Company to n"UM Dan Fort has purchased a new
. j.n if. nones to Jr. uau
tne oraer up w wc, -pnrH
noMiti ber. x
reasons have been the ones the conn- n t here at the Congreg
try is vy una viuiB wu...
strikes, failure of other firms to
Rev. Luter of Wildwood filled his
fill tional church Sunday
tkio.w, .. Avemncr.
their orders and all the otner muu Albert Fort and
fell heir vu
after the war.
Mr Albert rort
leu neir business callers in
Much material nas T.- Monday.
been received but Mr. Burford says morning, being the
. thr engine t . or,. bef oTe day
fcMjt-.,,, a...,r,.a....,.L.. riniJ- h m,, ,, mi-.
I r:-:vr.7- r.ooa supped a mwion hs phrenoloflyjwffj. Tu, tts BT" t I 17"
. ii i r 1 1 in .iMMi-iMitt.feWi i in i I lilii Hill '-'" M
i -,1--f- ri-llMl am lim i r -- r "i ji fi ir -r J 'm nmj " """ 1 '" mmmmm m
OCALA EVENING STAB, TfiUfiSDAY, NOVEIIBEB 3. 1320
RED CROSS RECRUITS
;CL-v5. 2ya .o. .-w-- -IS. -M--"2v'i
1 . i
i - - ; I
I ' m
1 Hats!- Hats!
1 V ..... :
We have just received an extraordin extraordinary
ary extraordinary line of Hats direct from New New-York's
York's New-York's most fashionable milliners,
which we are now selling at .
These Special Prices will be for only
"THE FASHION CENTER"
For your Automobile
Have your Cars and Trucks
Cleaned, Greased and Oiled
GARAGE ALWAYS OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
STAR JOB DEPARTMENT
P. .0. BOX 606
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
; 1z ft ft
We never disappoint a customer on a promise.
You get the job when its due.
The people of Mcintosh again ex experienced
perienced experienced the pleasure of having the
university quartet among them Sun
day, Nov. 14th. These young men,
Mr. Charles Peiffer, base, Mr. Milton
Yates, baritone, Mr. Kenneth Smith,
second tenor, and Mr. John McKey,
first tenor, were present at services
both morning and evening, at the
Presbyterian church, and their well
rendered selections added very much
tc the impressiveness of the messages
brought to us at this time by Rev. G.
E. White, whose subject for the morn morning
ing morning was "Memorial to the Men Who
Served and Died." Text, John 15:13.
In a few well chosen words we were
led back to the events leading up to
the founding of America, and had
placed before us the landing of our
forefathers, the slow but steady steps
they made from time to time in de developing
veloping developing our America, even though to
live up to the ideals they, had set for
themselves and their beloved country
caused them to give their lives in
bloody warfare and suffer all manner
of hardships. These were no trifling
things, their ideals, and for the sake
of humanity, for the sake of what our
country must be, the lives of our
heroes were gloriously given.
In the world today there is a great
er need for men who will give their
lives, not on the battlefields, but the
unselfish giving of one's life to serv
ice, in a world where so many are
needed to serve, for help where so
much help is wanted, for charity
where there is such a dearth of love
and good will. He may lay down his
bfe for his friends, who truly loves
and truly serves, and what glorious
thing to spend our lives in sacrifice
and service for our loved ones. We
are not called on to die for our ene enemies,
mies, enemies, who loved him, but also for those
who persecuted and mocked him and
nailed him to the cross. He was pic
tured there in his agony, yet forget
ful of self in so much that he forgave
the thief at his side, and prayed for
those who had crucified him. Then
the, scene was shifted down to the
present day. How much of the spirit
of Christ, his thoughtfulness for
others, his unselfish service, is to be
'ound in the spirit which has forced
he laboring man into false and unreal
deals? The spirit of greed and self
ishness have driven from their lives
and creed formed around the ideals
which were Christ-like in the Ameri
can life, smothered the spirit of sac
rificial living. The idea of a man giv
ing his life to loafing, when there is
always at hand some service of love to
be rendered, some deed of kindness
done, some one we could help and
start on the right road, if we were
not morally lazy and loafing on the
Then followed a very striking ap
peal for the memory of the boys who
went over the top and did not return,
for enthusiasm, help and sympathy,
wen we see the empty coat sleeve, and
we have forgotten the mother whose
son sleeps "over there." These sacri
fices must not be made in vain. We
must today and every day live the sac sacrificial
rificial sacrificial life for our friends who would
have given their lives for us, and we
must not forget the loved ones of
those who sleep in Flanders fields.
This earnest message was followed
by "Parting Hymn" by the quartet,
the young men having also rendered
during the 'service the 'following:
Holiy, Holy. Holy" and "Just Outside
At the evening service we also had
the pleasure of hearing the quartet.
These young men are always obliging
and generous in the matter of "serv-
ice through song. Just before Mr.
White's message they sang "Softly
and Tenderly Jesus is Calling," then
immediately at the close we were
favored by Mr. Pf eiff er with a solo,
"Beautiful Isle," and Mr. Smith with
the solo, "Almost Persuaded."
We are always glad to welcome
these young men into our church and
homes, and we appreciate the spirit
that inspires them to help make others
better and happier through song.
Mrs. A. Wartman, G. S. Scott, Mrs.
Grider Perkins.. Mrs. J. H. Taylor, J.
II. Taylor, Baxter Cam, Mrs. Frank
Logan, Mary Caroline Logan, Mrs.
W. J. Crosby, Mrs. Aernes Craaro. L.
N. Green, Mrs. L. N. Green, Mary
N'ewton Green, John Marshall Green,
Elizabeth S. Green, Willamette Green,
G. T. Mauehs, Mrs. Minerva Murohv.
Miss Alice Bullock, Mrs. W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, L. E. Futch, T. M. Moore, Mrs.
W. W. Condon, Mrs. F. T. Schreiber,
B. Goldman. Mrs. M. W. Hall, Bland
Ware, Paul Simmons, G. S. Wilson,
Mrs. H. I. Turner, Robert T. Munroe,
Miss Abbie S. Munroe, Miss Annie M.
Munroe, L. M. Murray, Mrs. L. M.
Muarray, Mrs. V. H. Turner, T. M.
Kilgore, Miss Ola Sims, J. J. Taylor,
Victor M. Upham. W. D. Taylor, Mrs.
E. C. Beuchler, E. C. Beuchler, Mrs.
J. E. Hyndeman, Miss Mary Mc
Dowell, Mrs. Leila McDowell, Mrs. L.
E. Warner, R. B. Meffert, W. J. More-
ford, Mrs. James H. Hill. Mrs. Hun-
nicutt, A. Robertson, Miss Winnie
Hunt, C. L. Collins, W. J. Edwards,
Mrs. W. J. Edwards, Laurence Ed
wards, William Edwards. Mrs. J. W.
Davis, Miss Fannie Clark, Miss Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Schreiber, Mrs. Carl Ray, Miss
Mamie D. Taylor, Miss Blair Wood-row.
wonderful lot of dolls. Watch for
them. THE BOOK SHOP. 24-3t
WITH THE GOODS
Jacksonville, Nov. 22.
Editor Star: My ribbons in open
classes here on Poland China hogs
Senior boar pig, fourth.
Junior boar pig, second.
Junior yearling sow. second and
Senior sow pig, first.
Junior sow pig, fifth.
Junion champion sow.
Young herd, third.
Breeders young herd, third.
Get of sire, third.
Produce of dam, 1st.
Junior yearlings, first and secondT
Senior pigs (sow), first and fourth.
Senior pigs (boar), third.
Junior pigs (sow), first and sixth.
Litter of ofur pigs, third.
Marion county pig club boy won
first prize on Poland China barrow in
open class. W. M. Gist.
Yard wide Extra Fine Sea Island
Sheeting LL Druid per yard
On December 1st we will display a
The Book Shop Annex will open.
December 1st with a fine line of toys.
Yard wide Percale fast colors m
extremely pretty patterns Ideal
for house dresses and bungalow
e si Ymw
" i :
27-inch wide Dress Ginghams,
Best Quality, priced to please and to close out
e :per y
27-inch wide Dress Ginghams,
good quality and pretty patterns too, only
PROGRAM OF RACES AT
MARION COUNTY FAIR
but the stone endures for ages.
A well executed monument is
the only last memorial to the
V memory of those gone before.
. Our designs are varied both in
ideas and prices. You can select
a stone here that will do justice
to the memory of the departed
'- for a very moderate sum.
OCALA .MARBLE WORKS
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
To Get "Results" From Reading.
The man or boy who reads with at
tention cannot read amiss if whai
he reads is worth perusing. Of hl
habits when a student a man whe
achieved greatness says, "Many other
students read more than I did and
knew more than I did. But so much
as I read I made my own. When a
half-hour, or an hour at most, had
elapsed, I closed my book and though;
on what I had read. If there was any anything
thing anything peculiarly Interesting or striking
In the passage, I endeavored to recall
t and lay It up In my memory, and
commonly could effect my object."
From "Books and Reading, by Noal
Get the habit of reading the ads.
Many Valuable Prizes Offered to the
Owners of Marion County
The following program of the races
at the Marion County Fair, Nov. 23rd
to 26th, 1920, is subject to correction.
Friday, November 26th
Non-winners, best two in three,
Marion county horses, one
mile $ 75.00
Three minute class, best two
in three, Marion county
horses, one mile
Kalf-mile dash for non-winners,
Quarter-mile dash for non non-winners,
winners, non-winners, ponies .... ...
Half-mile mule race, for non-winners
Comic mule race by prominent rid
ers. Prize (stovepipe) beaver hat.
Conner, Nov. 28. Van Liddon of
Ocala is boarding at the home of Mr.
J. N. Stevens while engaged in work
on the Dixie Highway.
B. H. Griggs and wife of. Lake Gem
are visiting their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. B. Griggs.
Rev. Gus Padgett of Fort McCoy
filled his appointment at the Oklawa-
ha Baptist church last Sunday. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Padgett and
children "and they were guests of E. L.
Richards and family..
L. E. Cordrey and wife of Ocala
spent Sunday with relatives at Lynne.
Mr. and Mrs. George Shealy of An
thony were attending church in our
neighborhood Jast Sunday.
O. L. Hill, chief petty officer of the
navy and sister. Miss Thelma Hill of
Fort McCoy, were guests of friends
at Conner last Sunday.
Mrs. Eric Lindgren and brother,
Bryan Long of Lake George visited
their sister, Mrs. Earl Long last week.
Houston Wall was a visitor to Ocala
Mart Long of Oviedo is spending a
tew days with relatives 'at Conner.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Randall have re
ceived the information that their son,
J. W. RandalL is ill with pneumonia in
the naval hospital at Charleston, S. C.
D. A. Suter of Lynne is driving a
handsome new Chalmers touring car.
Mrs. Sullivan of Tennessee is teach teaching
ing teaching at Grahamville now.
Messrs. Brown and Moody, naval
stores operators of Moss Bluff, were
in. the vicinity yetserday.
The pupils of Key Pond school were
dismissed yesterday until Monday in
order to observe Thanksgiving and at
tend the fair.
Big Closing Out Sale a
'Why Pay More'
reS EACH PAY
Li La i ifci
MRS. HOUSEWIFE, if you become ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the market basket plan of
delivering your own groceries you will give
thanks each day you live for every dollar you
save by this system.
Apples, Bananas, Nuts, Dates,
.Raisins, Figs, Pumkins, Grapes,
Oranges and Mince Meat.
Radius o.ts in Paints.
An American scientist predicts the
ise of the rare metals In the produc produc-Jon
Jon produc-Jon of special pigments. He hL ex experimented
perimented experimented with molybdenum, cerl cerl-ini.
ini. cerl-ini. lanthanum, selenium, thorium, ti ti-anium.
anium. ti-anium. tungsten, pranlum, beryllura
md niI5um. Nearly all these metals,
ae points out, In certain of their la la-toluble
toluble la-toluble compounds, have high refrac refrac-3ve
3ve refrac-3ve indices and consequently when
rround with oil profluce very opaque
iodicC. Badlum pigments are used
rlth satisfactory results on the dials
it aircraft instruments and on other
nilitary appliances to make them lu lu-ninous
ninous lu-ninous in the dark. Very small
imounts of radium salts In suitable
a!nts are sufficient to give the sof
rreenlsh glow of the-radiolite.
Leroy, Nov. 25. The people of Le
roy seem to be enjoying cane -grinding
at Mr. J. F. Parker's place this
Messrs. J. A. Parker and H. K. Rod-denberry-
made a trip to the coifnty
Mr. H. R. Roddenberry and daugh daughter
ter daughter were visitors to Dunnellon Mon
There will be prayer meeting at
the Sand Hammock school house every
Wednesdas night at 8 o'clock. Every Everybody
body Everybody is invited.
Mr. Ollie Roddenberry and family,
Mr. H. R. Roddenberry and family
and Mr. F. D. Sparkman were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Parker Sunday.
Mr. J. A. Parker and family and
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parker were Sun
day evening guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. Parker.
Hog killing and cane grinding seem
to be the occupations of the day in
Mr. C. A. Carter made a trip to
Mr. W. T. Strickland made a busi
ness trip to Dunnellon Saturday.
We are glad to report that Mrs. W.
T. Strickland is improving after a
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
Storage, Gasoline, Oils and Grease.
We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
Phone 252 Cor. Oklawaha and Orange
Used Cars for Sale
Celery and cranberries. Cook's
Market and Grocery, phone 243. 17-tf
THE WINDSOR MOTEL!
C JACKSONVILLE, SlDRIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGII
Advertise and get Res
If you have any
phone to five-one.
Mr. G. G. Maynard returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from a several weeks
visit to relatives in Vermont.
Toys ,toys, toys at THE
SHOP December 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Needham and
daughter left yesterday afternoon for
a few days' visit in Jacksonville.
' Insist upon having Federal Bread.
It's the best. 23-6t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lloyd of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville are here to spend Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving with Mrs. Lloyd's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Harris.
' It's an easy name to remember
Federal -always ask for Federal if
you want the best bread to be had.' 6t
Messrs. Tom Wallis an4' Edward
Green arrived in Ocala yetserday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida to spend the week-end with rela relatives
tives relatives and see the fair.
Pont,, fail to visit the Guarantee
Sotting & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
jghting for QUALITY not Dricea. tf
Mr. and Mrs. George Batts of
South Carolina arrived in Ocala yes
terday afternoon to spend Thanksgiv
ing with the former's .parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Batts.
, Always ask your grocer for Federal
Bread, and insist upon getting it
YouH always find it fresh and crisp.
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylpr and
daughter, Leonora left for Tampa
yesterday, afternoon to v attend the
wedding of Mrs. Taylor's niece. Miss
Eleanor Nixon, which takes place to
Mrs. E. C. Beuchler left yesterday
afternoon for Jacksonville to join her
husband for a few days visit before
returning home. Mr. Beuchleis ex exhibits
hibits exhibits at the state fair won .. many
prices and compliments.
W. X. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
The host of friends of Mr. D. W.
Davis will regret to learn that he has
been ill at the hospital, where he un
derwent an operation. Mr. Davis is
improving steadily and hopes to be
out again shortly. K
Christmas. Victor records will be on
sale December 1st. THE BOOK
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and daugh
ter, Margaret left yesterday for St
Petersburg to spend Thanksgiving as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russ, who
will be pleasantly remembered in this
city, having spent several months in
Ocala a year ago.
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
v Mr. R. T. Adams accompanied by
Mr. W. S. Bullock Jr. motored to Or
lando Tuesday and returned yester
day afternoon, accompanied by Mr.
Adams' daughter. Dorothy and her
little schoolmate, Virginia Melody o
Chicago, to spend Thanksgiving with
Apalachicola oysters every day.
Cook's Market and Grocery, phone
243. North Main street. 17-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp re
turned yesterday afternoon from
delightful two weeks' visit in New
York city. During their stay they
were joined by their daughter, Miss
Nettie Camp, but who is now visiting
in Tennessee and will not return
heme for several weeks.
A number of the members of the
high school faculty are spending the
Thanksgiving holidays out of town
Mrs. Rex Todd is in Sebastian, visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Withers.
Miss Margaret McNeil is the guest of
friends in Plant City. Miss L. Ander
aon is in Raiford, the guest of home
folks. Prof. English in Arcadia
while Miss Mary Shephard is enjoy
ing a visit to DeLand friends.
filrs. J. B. Carlisle of this city is
having a very pleasant visit with her
sister at Emerson, Ga. On her way
north she stopped at her son's home
In Jacksonville and will pay his fam
uy another visit on her return and
hear Billy Sunday. Mrs. Carlisle ex expects
pects expects her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carr of New York
city to arrive about Dec. 15 and to
remain over the holidays.
Meet me at the American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner ix
the state for 75c. Eat and drink a&
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
r Among the welcome visitors to the
fair yesterday was Mrs. Florence
George, formerly of Morriston, now
making her home at Clearwater. Mrs.
George ; is much pleased with Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, but has to come back to the
good old country once in a while. She
came over from Morriston with Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Harris. ;K:.
Mr. E. C. Beuchler, the Anthony
Farms man, cleaned up with his cattle
at the state fair. He has medals and
Two Thanksgiving babies were born
at the hospital last night. One a boy
to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Morton; the
other, a girl, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Among the visitors to the fair to
day are Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Brinson of
alatka. They came by auto from the
Gem City, stopping on the way at Mr.
Bnnson's' former home near Electra.
It will pay you to buy better toys
this year. We will have them in our
toy store. THE BOOK SHOP. 24-3t
In our write-up of the Presbyterian
silver tea yesterday the names of
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe and Mrs. K. J.
Weihe became confused. The latter
assisted with the serving of tea in instead
stead instead of the former.
Mr. James Leslie of Panasoffkee, is
attending the fair today. He has just
returned from a year's visit to his old
home in Scotland and reports having
had a splendid time, though his visit
was more prolonged than he intended
it should be on account of traveling
conditions. He says he is glad to get
back to dear old Florida again as our
climate is the best in the world.
Deputy Sheriff Gordon yesterday
arrested a man named. Henry Hous
ton from Alachua county. Houston is
accused of larceny and held for the
White Haired Aktaask Lady Says
; tad Go But Tfce "Old Reliable" Tiiedford's Black-Draught
Came and Stayed.
Dutton, Ala. In recommending Thed Thed-ford's
ford's Thed-ford's Black-Draught to her friends and
neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a well well-known
known well-known Jackson County lady, said: "I am
getting up In years; my head is pretty
white. 1 have seen medicines and reme remedies
dies remedies come and go but the old reliable
me and stayed. I am talking of Black-
Draught, a liver medicine we have used
for years one that can be depended up upon
on upon and one that will do the work.
"Black-Draught will relieve indigestion
and constipation if taken right, and 1 know
for I tried it It is the beit thing I have
ever found for the full, uncomfortable
Y HiF ;
The following telegram from our Mr. Israelson, who is now
York on a purchasing tour, explains itself:
The high school football team will
jp.'ay the DeLand team at DeLand Sat
Mr. E. W. Jenkins, district agent
of the department of agriculture, is at
the fair, explaining the entomological
display to the farmers.
Our TOY STORE will open Dec. 1st
with a beautiful lot of things for the
children. THE BOOK SHOP. 24-3t
The county judge has issued mar mar-rie.ge
rie.ge mar-rie.ge license to Reuben L. .Tanner of
Crystal River and Miss Laurine
Orales Carter of Dunnellon.
Mr. Kenneth MacKay had his right
arm put out of commission the other
day by a kick from a Fordobile, but
it (the arm not the Ford) is rapidly
The industrial school girls had a
pleasant day at the fair yesterday
They were the guests of the fair, to
which they have contributed a very
pretty exhibit. The Miller Bros, made
them welcome to their shows, and the
clever Collier boys took them in and
out in their big truck. Eric Collier
said it was the most valuable load he
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown," Secretary.
Advertise In the Star.
She Has Seen Medicines Cone
feeling after meals. Sour stomach and
sick headache can be relieved by taking
Black-Draught. It aids digestion, also
ssisis the liver in throwing off impuri impurities.
ties. impurities. I am glad to recommend Black Black-Draught,
Draught, Black-Draught, and do, to my friends and
Thedford's Black-Draught is a stand standard
ard standard household remedy with a record ol
over seventy years of successful use.
Every one occasionally needs something
to help cleanse the system of impurities.
Try Black-Draught. Insist upon Thed Thedford's,
ford's, Thedford's, the genuine.
At all druggists. a. 35)
sii Wp L, jj .ml 4MtM- a. hi
J. H. SPENCER
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.
GOODYEAR AND U. S.
Exclusive Agents for "VESTA" BAtTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee If
An Up-to-Date Battery Seme Station
. We Maintain an Up-to-Pate Garage with If
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring f
Prompt and Efficient Service. ; U
SPENCER-PEDRICI MOTOR CO.
CITY TAX NOTICE
City taxes and licenses due.
A discount of 2 per cent allowed on
city taxes if paid in November. The
tax rate slightly reduced.
W. W. Clyatt,
4-tf City Tax Collector.
Advertising builds business.
XOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
' Notice is hereby given that under and
oy virtue of a final decree of foreclosure
entered on the third day of November,
A. I. 1920. in that certain cause pend pending
ing pending in the circuit court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of the state of Florida,
in and for Marion county, in chancery,
wherein Margaret J. Pickard, is com complainant,
plainant, complainant, and Nina Kyle Elliott, as ex executrix
ecutrix executrix of the, last will'and testament
of J. M. Elliott Jr., deceased, et aL, are
defendants, that I, the undersigned
special master in chancery appointed
by the court in and toy said decree to
execute the provisions thereof, shall
offer for sale and sell at public outcry
to the .highest and best 'bidder for cash
in front of the south door. of the Mar Marion
ion Marion county court house, in Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on
Monday, the 6th day of December, A. D.
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 2 olclock; p. m., the following de described
scribed described lands situated and 'being In
Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
NeJA of nw!4; sw'4 of nw; w of
sv& of section 16: seVt or se ana
also 12 -feet for road on west side of
neM of seA. of section 18: also com
mencing 110 yards from southeast cor corner
ner corner on the east line of the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter of
section IS township 16 south range 24
east and run north 330 yards to north
east corner, thence run west 440, yards,
thence south 330 yards, thence east
440 yards to point of begin
ning: also sw of nwi of section
3; nw4 of ne4; nw of the sw of
ne4 of section 16; e of sw; se of
nw and w of neU Qf section 21; all
of said lands in township 16 south,
range 24 east, in Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, or so much thereof as may toe
necessary to satisfy said flnal decree
and costs of said suit.
D. NIEL. FERGUSON,
Special Master in Chancery.
F R. HOCKER,
Complainant's Solicitor. ll-4-5t-thur
2 JMK 63 NL
SB New York, NY Nov. 23, 1920
The Ocala Star,
Announce to the people of Ocala and vicinity that,
commencing next week, FRANK'S will offer the
Greatest Values in Coats, Dresses and Suits that
have been offered in years. Have picked up quan quantities
tities quantities in First Class Ready-to-Wear at less than
V. R. PEDRICK
TIRES AND TUBES
OCALA LODGE No. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R.
' E. J. Crook, Secretary.
Make your wants known t adver advertising
tising advertising them.
Arrival and departure of passengei
trarns at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD, AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville v 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:05 pm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
2:16 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 urn
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pra
2:48 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pra
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
y. ST: ST. ST: ST: ST: ST:
The Federal Bakery will be closed
p.'tfr or.e o'clock on Thanksgiving j
Abruzzi seed rye, ?4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. : 22-tf
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
5 ch tin for QUALITY not prices, tf
Our Specialty Is
YOU SAVE MONEY
Cn your shoe bills by having ub re rebuild
build rebuild your old snoes. Our charges are
moderate, and we guarantee satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. .. ;
MAZ0N & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
FOR SALE OR TRADE One second
IIMP1 flNXlFIrn hand. 2-hp. -International engine,
UllOkMOOir ILU one new steel bur cornmeal. mill;
a SVlf rT1TIfr,RSrFIT,f will trade for anything. D. N.
AU V til I IW Ell 1 1 Ll I U Mathews, 609 Second St.. Ocala. 6t
WOOD Oak and pine, cut to any
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR length; delivered on short notice.
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM- phone Mrs. E. L. Howe'l, Oak.
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS (phone charges paid.) ) 11-tf
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time, WANTED Young women over 18
25c; three times, 50c; six times, 75c; years old to take courses in hospital
one month, $3. Payable in advance. training for nurse. Reasonable
; : salary paid while taking course.
FOR SALE If. you want a good Splendid opportunity for high high-home,
home, high-home, grove or farm, among beau- jj It.
tiful lakes, -where prices are reas- grade instruction. Address the
onable, address Box 58, Candler, Marvin II. Smith Sanitarium, Jack Jack-Fia
Fia Jack-Fia r 25-3t sonville, Fla.. 22-3t
FOR SALE 140-acre farm, 100 acres WANTED Something to do to help
improved, 40 acres timber. Splendid v,,r, ,v,;i ; ;
- land. Also 20-acre home on a fine pay expenses while my wife is in
lake, near nice small tewn. Ad- the hospital here. Some experience
dress Box 58, Candler, Fla. 25-3t in mercantile business. Can furnish
n T" -j o1 references. Would consider nerma-
SEEDS New spring seed catalogue
wiU soon be ready for distribution; positiory Phone me at Marion
send name at once so there will be County Hospital. W. II. Hender Hender-no
no Hender-no delay in receiving your copy son. 24-3t
when the book is ready. Kilgore ; :
Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. 25-5t WANTED A man with a truck to
FOR SALE Ten acres cf land in J hvl orarsres T.t Eastlake. Steady
! Marion county, near Belleview. I job for a week or en days Call .or
Write owner, Geo. J. Hummel, 219 phone Eastlake Investment Corn Corn-Marie
Marie Corn-Marie Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 19-6t pany, Eastlake, Fla. 24-4t
FOR SALE Florida BLACK RYE, FOR EXCHANGE A 1919 model, 5 5-?325
?325 5-?325 Per bushel. J. P. Smith, passenger Oaxland six automobile.
Ebb' FIa' 15"m Will trade for a good Ford touring
WOOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads car or seI1 very cheaP for cash- Ad"
of oak and pine wood. Phone 322, dress Exchange, care the. Star of-
residence. E. Bomolini. 18-18t fice, Ocala, Fla. 24-3t
The Fashion Center
FOH RENT My entire home which
can be used as -two apartments, on
Orange avenue. For further partic particulars
ulars particulars see me or call Mrs. Martha
Williams at the home of Mrs. H. S.
Trail ifvH- Tv ins avenue. 19-tf
M4ij A W.
FOR SALE 1917 model Ford tour
ing car. or will trade for real es
tate. S. S. Savage Jr.
WOOD when you want wood, phone
566; oak pr pine, stove or fireplace.
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 SAUE 25,000 stalks improved
Japanese seed cane, at $2 per hun hundred.
dred. hundred. Mayo-Lyles-Cauthen Farm,
WANTED A good farmer to .farm
on shares. Also would like to plant
ten, fifteen or twenty acres of oats
on shares. I have good land near
town. W. D. Cam. 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 in
large quantities. Parcel post or orders,
ders, orders, 25 cents per thousand extra.
J. RV Davis Farms, Bartow. Fla. tf
FOR SALE Seed cane, $12 per thou
sand; two large mules, $450 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
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