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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHER FORECAST
TEMPERATURE
Cloudy tonight; warmer
in north portion;, Satur Saturday
day Saturday probably rain-
This morning, 40.
This afternoon, 65.
VOL 26
OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1920
NO. 2S 1

SPLEIID SIIOllG

OF OUR SHE
r T; -Marion,
County Again Takes High
? ; Honors at the State Fair in
Jacksonville
Again Marion county livestock has
Uken high honors at the State Fair
in Jacksonville. The winnings of the
Anthony Farms, of Anthony, were
the greatest won. by any Florida cat cattle
tle cattle exhibitor at the fair. These includi
d: grand and junior championship
bull, grand champion steer and cham champion
pion champion car lot, giving Marion county a
record of having the grand champion
steer three years in succession and
champion car lot two years in succes succession.
sion. succession. A most interesting fact is that
"Marion," the grand and junior cham champion
pion champion bull, is a calf of March 1920. The
youngster defeated all of the aged
bulls, r;
The complete list of Anthony Farm
winnings includes:
Ball, grand and junior champion.
Bull, three vears and over, first and
second.
Bull, junior yearling, second.
Bull, junior calf, first and second.
J Cow, two years and over, third,
fourth and fifth.
Cow, two years and under, third.
Heifer, junior yearling, first.
Heifer, junior calf, first, second and
third. ..
Aged herd, first.
Get of bull, second.
Steer, one year and under two, first.
Steer, one year and under, first.
Best fatted carload steers, fifteen
or more, first.
Medal and ribbon for grand' cham champion
pion champion Florida steer.
Grade fed steer yearling, first.
Carload from open range, first, r
Best aged herd steers, first.
Percheron stallion, first.
Saddle stallion, first.
Best jacktwo years or over, first.
Best jack, one year and under, first.
Mr, L. K. Edwards of Irvine, in this
county, won second prize for steer
two years and under three.
Mr. W. M., Gist of Mcintosh, won
the following awards for Poland
Chinas:
Senior boar pig, third.
Junior boar pig, second.
Junior yearling sow, second and
third.
Senior sow pig, first.
Junior sow pig, fifth.
Breeder's young herd, third, t
Get of sire, third.
Produce of sow, first.
In Poland China futurity:
Senior boar pig, third.
Senior sow pigs, first and sixth.
Litter of four junior pigs, third.'
Junior yearling, futurity sow, first
and second.
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 I-, i' City Tax Collector.
TURNING DOWN TICKETS
A number of complimentary tickets
given out by the carnival management
Wednesday, were turned down yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, by the various shows. These
tickets are stamped "Not good Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Friday and Saturday," but in this
case the people who received them un understood
derstood understood they were good for the fair.
The carnival managemnt on being re remonstrated
monstrated remonstrated with, ordered the various
shows to honor the tickets, but it is
reasonable to believe a number were
turned down, just the same. The same
trick was played by. the carnival
which was here two years ago.
WORKING FOR -THE
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
Mr. P. T. Strieder of Tampa was m
.town today, working for the South
Florida Fair, of which he is general
manager. The Tampa Fair is always
a great favorite ; with Marion county
people. a f
I,,
WOODMEN 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.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. &
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.

HOT VERY Kll OF

A T II

Harbor and Waterway Bill Before this
t
Congress Less Than a Paltry .'
Eighty Million Dollars
(Associated Press)
Washmgton, Nov. 26w Harbor and
waterway improvement and mainte maintenance
nance maintenance will require appropriations of
$78,207,665 for the fiscal year of 1921,
according to the annual report of the
chief of array engineers.
EXPORTS DURING OCTOBER
Exports during October increased
nearly $150,000,000, while imports de
creased approximately $1,000,000, the
department of commerce announces.
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT MAY BE
ABOLISHED
Abolition of the interior depart department
ment department and the creation of two new de departments,
partments, departments, the department of public
works and the department of public
welfare, is proposed in a bill prepared
by Senator McCormick, republican, of
Illinois, to be presented to Congress.
ASKS FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
Frank representation to the British
government that the United States
will insist upon strict application of
the principle of equal opportunity and
treatment of all nations in territories
placed under British or other man mandates
dates mandates by peace treaties has been con conveyed
veyed conveyed by Secretary Colby.
JOHN REED'S PLANS
Union of the American negroes
with radical elements of all nations to
further the cause of world sovietisni,
was urged by John Reed, the Ameri American
can American radical WTiter, who died in Russia
before the Moscow meeting of the
communist international, where Le Le-nine
nine Le-nine and Trotzky spoke.
CHASED BY THE CHIEF
Another instance of "one born eve every
ry every minute" occurred at the fair
grounds yesterday.
A sharper started out to place thef
.eld game of double, double; always
double. He went around and gave
away several razors. Then he began
selling them for fifty cents. A little
later he sold some for a dollar. Still
j later, he went to some of the buyers
land bought their razors back, paying
their own price. Said he had sold out
jbut had an order for several right
away.
I Some sucker heard of this and went
j around buying all the razors he could
find, and' tried to sell them to the
sharper for $2 apiece. Nothing doing
of course. So the sucker sought Chief
ii nomas ana torn nis taie oi woe. me
chief didn't see how he could help any
one so green, but he sought the
I sharper and ordered him to desist.
jThe man promised to do so, but soon
after the marshal caught him in some
, more rascality and not only chased
him off the grounds but clear out of
town. "V AA. ': A
The police rounded up several, bad
characters yesterday, and either ex expelled
pelled expelled them or put them in jail.
THURSDAY'S ATTEDANCE
BROKE ALL RECORDS
We have not received the exact
figures yet, but people well acquainted
! with the fair agree that Thursday's
attendance broke all records. There
is a good attendance today, tho', on
account of the school children and
American Legion Day.
SHUT OFF THE SHARPER
One of our citizens out at the fair
last night we are told, was asked by
the proprietor of one of the Aim flam
games to open it with a little bet,
promising him his money back. The
cit. obligingly but unwisely complied,
lost his money of course, but waited
around to have it returned. Seeing
no signs of his cash, he demanded it,
and wa refused. Seeing Marshal
Thomas near, he started for him, but
the flimflammer rushed after, him,
gave back his money and assured him
It was only a joke.
rrs now john r. Rogers
The partnership heretofore existing
between Rogers & Lawrence ha by
mutual consent been dissolved, Mr.
Rogers having bought out the inter interest
est interest of Mr. Lawrence. Mr. Rogers will
continue the business in his own
n?me -assuming all liabilities and col collect
lect collect all debts due the firm. 26-lt
Make your wants known by adver advertising
tising advertising them.

WILL APPEAL TO

PRESIDENT VILSDt;
But Delegates to League Assembly
Have No Expectation of Aid
from America
(Associated Press)
Geneva, Nov. 26. The attitude
among delegates to the league of na nations
tions nations assembly toward an appeal to
President Wilson to act as mediator
in the Armenian situation appears to
be one of hope without expectation
that the United States will relieve
Europe and the league of the embar embarrassing
rassing embarrassing situation.
THE RACES
The pony races at the fair yester yesterday
day yesterday resulted as follows:
First race: First money, Mack
Pointer for M. E. Albertson; second,
Delia; B. for Z C. Freeman;- third,
Raggs, for C. Lr Helman.
Second: Lew for S. G. Lovell;
White Beauty for A. A. Mathews;
Deck for L. Monroe.
Third: Directress Girl for' BLackis BLackis-ton;
ton; BLackis-ton; Ocala Boy for A. D. Smith;
Grandel C. for John Smith.
Fourth: Catts, for Mrs. R. B.
Dyals; Morgan for Lamar Winegard;
Dolly forf R. H. Connell.
WHEAT HAS TAKEN
A SUDDEN DROP
(Associated Press) ''
Chicago, Nov. 26. Wheat dropped
today below $1.50 a bushel for the first
time since the war.
ROM ANELLFS GREED
SPREAD RED RUIN
' (Associated Press)'
'New York, Nov. 26. John Roma Roma-nelli,
nelli, Roma-nelli, a Brooklyn undertaker, who was
convicted of larceny of 1000 gallons
of wood alcohol alleged to have caused
the death of 100 persons in Connecti
cut and Massachusetts last Christmas,
was sentenced to serve three and a
half to seven years in the peniten penitentiary.
tiary. penitentiary. ;
ARMY AND NAVY
MEET THIS AFTERNOON
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 26 The Army and
Navy football teams arrived todayfor
their annual erame. with slieht ,ods
favoring the West Pointers.

FOR

PHONE

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SUGAR K
per Pound:,
12-pound bag of
Pillsbury Flour
24-pound bag of
Pill sbu ry Flou r.
Self Rising Flour
12 pound bag
Self Rising Flour
24 pound bag
Compound Lard
per pound. ....
Baltimore Tomatoes
" two cans for r
Campbell's Pork and Beans
two cans for
Sunmaid Raisins
per package i

Two
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IRISH LEADERS

PUT UNDER ARREST
Founder of the Sinn Fein and Other
Prominent Agitators Confined
in the Dublin Jail
-.! (Associated Press)
Dublin, Nov. 26. Arthur Griffith,
founder of the Sinn Fein organization,
Professor John MacNeill. a Sinn Fein
member of parliament and others
have been arrested. The Irish office
in London said no formal charge had
been preferred.
- EXPLOSION AT CORK
! Cork, Nov. 26. Two persons were
killed and three injured in a bomb ex explosion
plosion explosion in a manufacturing plant here.
AUTOES AT THE FAIR
Yesterday I checked up the, auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles as they made their exit at
the west gate of the Marion County
Fair Grounds, and between the hours
of 11 a. m. and 5:30 p. m., 547 passed
out (not counting trucks or baby
coaches) About 150 cars remained
for the evening performance, and tak taking
ing taking it altogether I think this is a re record
cord record for even a Thanksgiving day at
the Marion County Fair. The license
tags represented the states of Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Hamp Hampshire,
shire, Hampshire, Michigan, Texas, Georgia, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, Ohio and Kansas. V
H. C. Packham.
A CONVENIENT ACCIDENT
(Associated Press)
Arkmore, Okla Nov. 26 Jacob L,
Harmon, f epublican national commit committeeman
teeman committeeman from Oklahoma, who was
wounded Sunday night in a hotel
room, died today. The authorities are
searching for Clara Smith of Ring Ring-ling,
ling, Ring-ling, Okla., who is charged with the
shooting.'
Harmon's business manager said he
was killed accidentally while cleaning
his pistol.
BAKER REFUSES TO
GIVE PERMISSION
."' (Associated Press)
Washington, D. C, Nov. 26. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Baker announced today a de
cision not to authorize the removal of
the body of an unidentified American
soldier for interment in Victory Hall,
New York, r
Get the habit of reading the ads.

WIITflRKETORI

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PHESIDENT-ELECT

BUSY AT PANAMA
Like' Balboa, He Saw the Pacific and
It's Just as Wet as It Was
400 Years Ago
(Associated Press)
Ancon, Canal Zone. Nov. 26. President-elect
Harding spent the day vis visiting
iting visiting at the Pacific terminus of the
Panama canal to recreation in playing
golf and motor boating. He leaves
tonight for Cristobal, where he will
board ship for Norfolk. Mr. Harding's
address last night created a favorable
impression.
THURSDAY'S MULE RACE
The mule races yesterday caused
the biggest excitement yet for the
filled to capacity grandstand. Each
driver was given one grand ovation as
he entered the track, and they af afforded
forded afforded their audience an unlimited lot
of amusement for each contestant was
intensely desirous of winning one of
those stovepipe hats, so they exerted
every bit of their energy in the hope
cf coming out first, but Norton Davis
driving "Pumpkin Center" won the
race by a few inches over James Tay
lor driving "Rabbit Chaser."
It is true that Davis had the best
racer and he managed his animal in
a most professional manner, but Tay Tay-loi
loi Tay-loi deserves much praise for the close
race he gave Davis. Taylor's "Rabbit
Chaser" at firsts seemingly lacked pep,
but when Jim came down with his
sledge hammer arm his old mule
moved as it never moved before or
will again until a similar driver gets
back of him.
Holmes Walters' "Go Yonder Gal"
was a most stately animal Holmes
made quite a hit with the visiting la ladies
dies ladies in the grandstand as being the
best looking in the bunch, which he
was unconscious of for he entered the
race to win that stylish hat, which he,
too, has great need of.
It was quite evident that Robert
Van Osten and Frederick Hocker,
driving "Walkover Mike" and "Honest
Deal" became confused in the excite excitement
ment excitement for they ran into each other try trying
ing trying for the outside of the track when
the inside was given them in the be beginning.
ginning. beginning. They were very cunning.
BOGUS MONEY BEING
BROUGHT TO AMERICA
Antwerp, Nov. 7. Attempts of
bolshevik agents to get through to
America with counterfeit money,
made in Moscow, which it is believed
they planned to use in financing radi radical
cal radical red movements in the United
States, have been discovered and,
perhaps, thwarted by American gov government
ernment government agents in central Europe.
In connection with what officials be be-liev
liev be-liev to be a very carefully organized
tcheme to encourage strikes, unrest
and promote bolshevism in the United
States, directed from Moscow, evi evidence
dence evidence has been secured of a plan to
send to the United States bogus paper
currency of several European na nations,
tions, nations, to be changed there into valid
banknotes or securities.
Four men. coming direct from Mos
cow, who sought to go to America,
were known to have had in their pos
session counterfeit French banknotes
representing more than $100,000.
The Moscow scheme, according to
these officials, is quite simple; the
changing in one country of the false
counterfeit money of another, on the
theory that bankers are not particu particularly
larly particularly familiar with the appearance of
foreign money.
A considerable amount of this bogus
money is believed to have been passed
successfully in America, as recently,
a number of Polish bolshevik "agita "agitators,
tors, "agitators, returning to Poland from Am America
erica America for the purpose, it is believed, of
promoting bolshevism behind the lines
cf the Polish army which was fight fighting
ing fighting the reds, have had in their pos possession
session possession thousands of dollars in Am American
erican American currency, thought to have been
secured in exchange for bogus foreign
banknotes in America.
"This Moscow counterfeiting idea
is an exceedingly ingenuous, double double-acting
acting double-acting scheme," said one police ofS ofS-cial
cial ofS-cial who has been following it. "The
Kremelin theory is that this 'queer
stuff when changed, provides good
money for bolshevik uses, and, at the
same time, by flooding the world with
bad money, sends prices up, creates
unrest and makes things riper for the
big revolution Lenine is looking for."
The Book Shop Annex will open
December 1st with a fine line of toys.

GREECE MAY GANG

HER OWfJ GAIT
England and France May Refuse to
Finance the Kingdom of their.
Recent Enemy
(Associated Press), ....
Athens, Nov. 2Q. France and Great
Britain may permit the return of for-
throne, but fears are expressed that'
the two nations may wash their hands1
of Greece and abandon, the Greeks
financially. ,..?.
BOYS' CLUBS HAVE A :-
RIGHT TO BE PROUD
Here are the winners among the
Marion county boys' clubs. Under the ?
direction of Mr. W. A. Sessomscounty Sessomscounty-agricultural
agricultural Sessomscounty-agricultural agent, the boys have
worked hard during the year, and the
showing made at the fair is a splen-.
did one. Everyone is proud of the
boys. The exhibits at the fair include
the corn club, peanut club, pig club,
fat pig club and sow and little club.
Boys' Corn Club
First, Theodore Bufiington, Blitch-'
ton, $20; second, William Neil, Fel Fellowship,
lowship, Fellowship, $10; third, Carl Seiler, Oak,
$5. ; f
Peanut Club ,'
First, O'Neal Green Lowell, $20;
second, John L. Wilson, Reddick, $10; '.
third, Vernon Denman, $5.
pig club .;'
Prizes offered by the Munroe and
Chambliss National Bank: First,
Yongue Gibson, Fairfield, $50; second,
Carlos Griggs, Oak, $25; third, "John"
Crumpton, Fellowship, $15; fourth, A7
J. Simmons Jr., $10.
Fat Pig Club (Single Pigs) v
Prizes offered by the Ocala Nation National
al National Bank: First, Carlos Moon, Ju Juliette,
liette, Juliette, $20; second, Ben Buhl, Shady,
$15; third, Lamar Winegard, Sum Sum-mcrfield,
mcrfield, Sum-mcrfield, $10; fourth, Adin Moon, Ju Juliette,
liette, Juliette, $5.
Fat Pig Club (Pen of Three Pigs)
Prizes offered by the Ocala National
Bank: First, Adin Moon, Juliette
$25; second, Carlos Moon, Juliette,
$15; third, Falkner Carter, Fellow Fellowship,
ship, Fellowship, $10.
Sow and Litter Club f
First, Falkner Carter, $20; Bernard
Clark, Fellowship, $10; Leslie Doug Douglas,'
las,' Douglas,' Shady, $5. i 4
W. C. Blood's prize for the best
Poland China barrow was won by
Scholarship to boys' short course in
farming at the University of Florida:
Corn club, Theodore Buffington (offer (offered
ed (offered by. Armour & Co.); potato club,
Verpon Neil; peanut club, O'Neal
Green. The last two werp offered riV" I
the fair association. f"
' Hampshire Pigs
Prizes offered by the Hampshire
Record Association: First, Lynn Feas Feas-ter,
ter, Feas-ter, Micanopy, $11; second, Vernon
Neil, $9; third, Mobny Neil,'- $8;
fourth, William Neil, $7.
There are in the boys' pig club 48
pjembers. Thirty-nine pigs were ex exhibited
hibited exhibited at the fair. There are nine
toys in the fat pig club, and they ex exhibited
hibited exhibited 16 barrows. The sweet potato
club has eight members; peanut club,
eight; corn club, 20. Three boys each
in the potato and peanut clubs and
eight in the corn club made exhibits'.
SWEDEN'S MINISTER DEAD
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 26. W. A. F.
Ekengren, Swedish minister to the
United States, died at the Swedish le legation
gation legation today after a jshort illness.
SOMEBODY HAD A FOOT
ON THE SCALES
(Associated Press) 1 I ''
Fargo, N. D., Nov. 26. Carnation
Pioneer Segis, a North Dakota heifer,
broke the seven-days' world record by
producing 24,870 pounds of butter fat.
O BRECON'S HEALTH
HAS MUCH IMPROVED
(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Nov. 26. President Presidentelect
elect Presidentelect Obregon has returned from his
vacation improved in health for the
inauguration ceremonies.
ORDER NEEDS STRONG
FORCE TO BACK IT
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Nov. 26. Federal Judge
Landis today issued a restraining
order against 72 saloonkeepers to pre prevent
vent prevent violation of the prohibition law.
Advertising builds business.



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2S. 1920

Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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A BLOT ON THE FAIR
' The people of Marion county have
been told that the fair wa3 their fair
their property.
Unless the Star greatly mistakes
the people of Marion county, they do
not approve of gambling, especially
when it is accompanied by swindling.
The laws of Florida forbid games
of chance, lotteries and gambling in
every form.
It has been customary whenever a
carnival came here to allow lotteries,
etc., by which the people could take
chances to win dolls, candy, blankets
and bric-a-brac of various kinds. It
was contrary to law, but it was no
very great infraction of it, if kept
within ; bounds and was generally al allowed
lowed allowed to pass unnoticed.
This year it is out of bounds and as
crooked as a blacksnake.
The carnival is half shows and half
swindles.
A Star reporter was at the carnival
for a while yesterday evening. He saw
scores of people put their money up
against prizes of little or no worth,
and receive nothing in return. Once
in a while a person was allowed to
win something to keep the crowd en encouraged.
couraged. encouraged. At some of these games money is
given as prizes. At one stand the
proprietor told the reporter that a
certain number of hits on a target
won the lucky thrower a dollar, and a
larger number two dollars. The tar targets
gets targets were manipulated with a v cord
from the front. They lo& easy to hit.
They are not. It is safe to say no
dollar is handed over at that game
until two or three are won.
There are regular roulette wheels,
run in the fashion of roulette wheels,
and most likely with concealed attach attachments
ments attachments that prevent the patrons from
, being too lucky.
People won things of course nobody
would play if nobody won. Sometimes
the winners are home people; some sometimes,
times, sometimes, probably, they are "come-ons,M
and what they win stays in the f am-
iiy.
Deputy Sheriff Gordon stood by one
stand yesterday and saw the proprie proprietor
tor proprietor deliberately swindle two little
boys out of a dime apiece. He col collared
lared collared the man, made him give the
boys back their money and 'broke the
stand up; but the reporter saw a man
running a similar game last night,
and acting as Mr. Gordon says the

cheat acted.
We have been told that the theory
on which the fair management
and the police act, and it is the view
also taken, we regret to say, by some
of our citizens, that if people go into
these games and put their money up,
they are suckers and deserve to lose.
Assisted by the city attorney, the
' reporter this morning went over that
part of the laws of Florida relating
to games of chance and found no ref reference
erence reference to suckers therein. He found
what the city attorney told him" was
law declaring every game of chance
on the fair grounds a crime, punish punishable
able punishable with a heavy penalty.
We understand that in consequence
of the concessions to these swindles
several hundred dollars will go into
the coffers of the fair association.
It will be tained money sure enough.
It is the Star's opinion that when
preparations for the next fair are be be-:ng
:ng be-:ng made, the commissioners of Mar Mar--
- Mar-- n will refused to make any appro appro-'
' appro-' priation unless they have security that
no more swindles be allowed on the
fair grounds.
The men and women running the
games are all able-bodied and intelli intelligent.
gent. intelligent. They should be doing honest
work.
If any more of such come here they

should be put to work on the roads,
and we think measures can y be taken
that will so result.
The Star understood when it was
boosting the fair that these things
were to be prohibited. To do them
justice, we believe that the managers
of the fair had no idea that so great
an evil was going to be dumped on
them. But they could have, stopped it
?.E any time they saw fit.

Among the' prize winners' who
scored in the department of women's
economics is Mrs. T. B. Snook of
Weirsdale, who for the best collective
culinary and domestic display received
a handsome china closet from E. C.
Jordan & Co. The second prize for
the same class of exhibits went to
Mrs. Lee Priest of Anthony, and is a
handsome and comfy rocking chair
from Theus Bros. The first prize for
canned fruit and vegetables also goes
to Mrs. Snook, and the second to Mrs.
Peter Loos of Kendrick.
There is a great quantity of pretty
tilings in the woman's department of
education at the fair, and iits build building
ing building was crowded all day Thursday
with people anxious to see the many
dainty articles. Mrs. Emily Green,
Mrs. C. E. Winston, Mrs. N. R. De De-hon,
hon, De-hon, Misses Blair Woodrow and
Eloise Henry, were kept very busy
showing the exhibits, with frequent
foldings when they became rumpled.
Mrs. R. B. Dyalls, who, riding her
own horse, "Catts," has won a num number
ber number of races at the fair, dresses for
the races like a jockey, and makes a
mighty nice-looking boy. Her pony
in his colthood was named Catts be because
cause because he vtes so ugly, and he runs
like Catts ran in his first campaign.
Mrs. Dyalls is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Buford Leitner of Griner
Farm: "V"
The reason why we did not mention
Mr. B. F. Condon's display in Machin
ery Hall at the fair in Wednesday's
paper was because he did not have it
in place Tuesday afternoon, at the
time we inspected that territory.
Benny has one of those staunch and
speedy his Overlands that you can
drive all over the world in.
Mrs. J. H. Brinson says she will
r.ot be with the fair next, year, which
is regrettable, as she has certainly
shown a talent in managing the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Department that would be diffi
cult to excel. She has had excellent
help in Mrs. Walter. Marsh and Miss
Tallulah Rivers and they have all
been kept very busy.
Mr. Norton wavis, with his hard hard-mouthed
mouthed hard-mouthed and hardtailed steed, "Pump "Pumpkin
kin "Pumpkin Center," won the mule race at the
fair Thursday. Norton has also won
the'heart of that meowell and it did
its darnedest for him
One of our hardware merchants
that he;doesnt know, whether there is
any connection between Harding and
hardware, but business has certainly
picked up since the election.
His friends have about decided that
Philip Murphy is the accommodating
est man with an auto who ever attend attended
ed attended a fair.
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 evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
-,- .... C. Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers. ;
J. W. Akin, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
"
On December 1st we will display a
wonderful lot of dolls. Watch for
them. THE BOOK SHOP. 24-3t
"Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
'ghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
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NOTES AND COMMENTS

" (Contributed) :
Indian summer did not last long.
Here's hoping squaw winter will meet
an early demise.
o
Our city's niftiest young man says
"A fellow doesn't always have to turn
a corner to find trouble."
o o
Why is it the. big fine carjs have
degs in 'em as a rule, and the little old
Fords have healthy children?
.
Our oldest .inhabitant says: "There's
ne use in the world trying to tell the
ycung sprouts of today anything. It's
just like pouring water off a duck's
back in-one ear and out of the
other."
o a
There are scads of Ocala's best bus bus-mess
mess bus-mess men who went barefooted and
defied the elements of all seasons
when they were boys, who now have
sons and grandsome who limp around
town in Percival shoes that pinch their
feet, being built for style only.
a
Little Miss Sugar Shortage says
"There is no harm in gaining weight
so long as you do not accumulate fat
above the ears."
a
Watch the man play golf. If he
pi ays a good game only when he is
in the lead, he is not the man to put
up a business fight if things went
against him for a while. A fact true
as gospel preaching.
a
You are entitled to your suspicions
of the person who dot not take a hand
in civic affairs. Likely as not he is
"pinched" somewhere to keep silent!
about local evils.
. a a a
Automobile sense must take the
place of horse sense for those who
believe, in "safety first."
There are several street crossings
in our town that in rainy weather it
would take a seafaring personage to
cross and that's no joke.
, a a a
One reason some 'people go to
church regularly is because "they
just dearly love" to have their virtues
sitting in the' front row with their
faces all shined, whether they behave
like the devil at home or in business
all the week or not.
s i a a a
No town is better or bigger than
its board of trade. Ocalans need to
co-operate in more ways than merely
giving a dollar now and then.
a a a
We read that a silk worm has been
developed that will do twice the work
of the old fashioned and well known
worn. Here's hoping that the new
worms will become so plentiful as to
make cotton stockings fashionable.
Every town has its bad boy, and
some run into the plural. But no boy
will long continue bad if he has the
right kind of mother. In other words,
as soon as a boy becomes old enough
to understand that his mother has the
eld time religion, he's anchored. And
she can send that boy to college even
without fear of his returning home a
little infidel.
; a a a
We all remember when it was the
dog or horse that was considered a
fellow's best friend. Now it is the
faithful old flivver that shares its
last drink of gasoline with him.
The Gainesville Sun had a leading
editorial recently headed "Protect the
Squirrels." .Ocala has protected her
squirrels: for a number of years and
we believe in doing it yet, although in
some sections of the city they have
become almost as much of a nuisance
as rats. They rob the fruit trees and
the chicken coops and hold high car carnival
nival carnival among the telephone wires and
Cut capers allver a fellow's vegetable
garden until he gets madder than sin.
. a a
An experienced physical director
declares that unless the school girls
of today are taught the great need
cf physical; training they will be poor
weaklings, poor business women and
ir efficient mothers within ten "years.
That the "present day girls show too
much- flat-chestedness; they shirk
healthy,, physical exercise for fear they
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your Automobile

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

The comfort and beauty of the
appointments add to the phys physical
ical physical enjoyment which you de derive
rive derive from" the easy riding qual qualities
ities qualities of the Sedan;
The upholstery is done in gen genuine
uine genuine mohair velvet.
gasoline consumption is unusually
The tire mileage is unusually high.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Mack Taylor
Ocala, Fla., Phone 348

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2S. 1923

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We have just received an extraordin extraordinary
ary extraordinary line of Hats direct from New
York's most fashidnable milliners,
which we are now selling at .

THANKSGIVING SERVICES

AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH

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these Special Prices will be for only
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TUESDAY

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"THE FASHION CENTER"

The Thanksgiving services at the

Eaptist church yesterday, which were

participated in by the Presbyterian,

Methodist, Christian and Baptist con

gregations, were exceedingly interest

ing and enjoyable.

The pulpit was ornamented with

poinsettia heads, greens, asparagus
fern and autumn leaves and the deco-

; rations were most attractive. This

was the artistic work of the members
of the B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist

church.

A most delightful musical program

was rendered during the services.

Rev. C. W. White, pastor of the Meth

ouist church, preached the Thanksgiv

ing sermon, which was most interest

ing and appropriate to the occasion.

Assisting Rev. White wer the Presby

terian and BaDtist ministers. Revs.

W. F. Creson and C. L. Collins.

The many, generous donations of
various useful articles and the collec collection
tion collection were handed over the King's
Daughters, one of our best charity

organizations.

Read Carefully These Prices!

NOTES AND COMMENTS

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will enlarge their waist line or put a
litfle real muscle on their arms. She
blames the conditions on too many

auto rides and too little walking; too
many movies and late suppers; not
enough sleep and too many high heels;

not enough sport shoes and several

other things that any sensible parent

should know how to prohibit.

Rice per pound.. 10c and 1254c
Meal and grits, 6 lbs for... 23c
P. &. G. and Octagon Soap,
three for 25c
Cleaneasy Soap, four for. ..25c
Pearline, Grandma, lighthouse
and Octagon Washing Pow Powder
der Powder 5c
Seafoam Washing Powder four
for ...... 25c
t
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.. $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 5c
Kingan's Plantation Bacon
squares, 2 to 3 lbs. to the
piece, per lb 32 Vic
White Bacon per lb 25c
By the side 24c
Reddick Peanut Butter in bulk,
per lb. .............. t..30e
One pound cans .......... .35c
Four pound cans $1.20
Eight pound cans $2.30
Sugar, per pound ....... 12 J4 c
Klim, one pound package.. 95c
Klim, 2 lb. package.... $1.90
Klim, five lb. package.... $3.50

All oilier Groceries as Low as Good Quality
and Foil Weight will allow.

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
i
Merchants Bloclc

We sell Philadelphia Diamond Grid' Batteries
Chandler and Cleveland Automobiles
Look at our Used Cars. All are Bargains ana Guaranteed as represented.
Tires, Tubes, Accessories and Storage

Cars Washed ?1.C0

Cera Polished 01.03

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DEPENDABLE ABJOLUTElTf
FOR HEADACHES

I For all Classes of
stone Brlchf : Wood'
I and Concrete
t Dolldlno

I J. D. McCasMl
" Contractor

ob? i. m vision,: arising from

h!? erally yields immediately
3b' 5jt to the- influence of skil skil-.
. skil-. .wt. fully fitted glasses.
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Optctactriit and Optlcl&a
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Phoae 445. 72S Wencsa St.

; PYLES a PERKINS
Feaeral Directors & Embalmers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICK
Two Hearses. Grey Hearse for White
People Only. V

Phones 555 and 225. Open All Night.

OCALA. FLORIDA

Accossiiill'iBiAiiiltlsf

; And do any of your think of the
good old days when all nickles were
not buffaloes and all dimes were ten
cents? And styles for the ladies did
not run in twice by two, but the low lowest
est lowest hoop carried its diameter and cir circumference
cumference circumference to fifteen feet or more T
And cotton, stockings were more f ash-
ionable than silk and cost all the way
up to thirty cents a pair, and striped
socks for men were ten cents per.
And when every house had a parlor
which was kept darkened until com company
pany company came. And Uncle Buck and Bill
Gallagher and Ben Rheinauer and
Will Condon wore "bell bottom"
trousers; and Don Mclver, Robert

Bnrford, Will Hocker, Lou Green and
Jake Gerig wore such heavy beards

that after eating soup their wives had

to run their whiskers through the
clothes wringer. And when the dear

women went into the seclusion of their

bedrooms" to put on a "bit of color"
before walking down the street or
draping themselves across the polish polished
ed polished tables in the ice cream salons. And
when they wore their v hair parted
straight down the middle of their

heads and curled back over pearly
ears and twisted in a little twistifi twistifi-cation
cation twistifi-cation knot that stuck out about five

inches at the back like a .panhandle.
And when it took almost all day to
drive to Silver Springs, and the little

old mare puffed and foamed as she
pulled the family buggy through the
silver sands almost hub deep. And

when Taylor's pond was "away out in
the woods" and us youngsters with

trusted attendants were allowed the

iov of runnins? barefoot around its

edge to gather great armsful of gor

geous wild water lilies and sometimes
paddle the old canoe. And how Waldo

Cave, Scott Springs, Johnnie Spring,
Coin Spring and Mare&n Spring were

so far away as to be almost inac inaccessible
cessible inaccessible on account of the density of

the forest and "sandy" distance from
the village. And Close's hill was the
rendezvous for all courting couples to

AHF.IVAL AND DEPASTURE star-eaze" and moon-gaze and talk

OF TRAH3 IN OCALA 1 over all the little nothings that it

took twenty years after to convince

Seaboard Air Lis re all v were nothinsr. For

Arriva from Jackscnvilla. 2:09 a. m i the sweetness of those romantic days

Leave for Tampa. . ... ... 2:10 a. m. ask Cousin Eddie and Jimmie Carlisle.

r;'' They, too, can tell you of the days

Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:04 p.m. when they wore stiff, detachable cuffs

Leave for Tampa 4:05 p.m. m; which the buttons ratuea every

Arrive fron i Tampa 2:14 a. m.ltime they shook hands. And do you

Lav far JacKBtrnvill 1 :6S n. m. me acnooi wacue r

Arrive from Tampa. 4:04 p.m. J month and "boarded round" and the

Leave lor JacJcsonviilt. ... 4:C5p.m. verv Kst of them drew down some

Auani&s m4$zsi Lose An. j i o-w n.Vnni

r.nM t;ii- per. ahu wuen

,aW AAWiU WObAOVUf UiGfl Ul I

Leave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32 a. m. superintendents wouia give a tu tu-Arrive
Arrive tu-Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:24 p.m. tiful Httle testament" costing 25 cents

Leave lor bt. Petersburg.. 3 :35p.m. to the Sunday school pupil who would

Arrive xrom Jacksonville.. iu:iz p. m.1. number of
Leava for Lrmw- lOttaS.mJ memorwe the greatest numper oi

Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m. bible verses. And when giris wore

Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:27 a.m. I seven-cent calico dresses mosi oi ine

Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m. time and for "dress up" wear just

Arrive xrom Leesburg.... 6:41a.m. I ... ...v
Leave for Jacksonville fir 42 m.lnient, which with a broad sash that

Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m. had been pretty well worn out Dy an
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m. 0!der sister or auntie, and put on her

Tire Prices Reduced.

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115.09

DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
" old price $23.80, now
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3,
old price $17.60, now-...

6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AFiD DIAMOND TUBES
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Our Repair Department in charge of all-round
mechanics. Expert Generator and Radiator man.
: PEXEEGA USAGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobile!, Etc

MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

LONG DISTANCE II9V1MG

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

: WE A. TINSMAM 1
VcONTRACTrOR"''

ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Estimates Furnished Free
Fhone No. 526. '"215" 5th SU Ocala

Arrive from Gainesrille,

daily except Sunday . . 11 :50 a. m.

Leave lor uainesvUle, daily

feet dainty shoes costing $1JS5 in

place of the high heeled, polished

except Sunday 4:45p m. leather sort which cost $18.95 now,

Leave for Lakeland Tues

day, Thursday, Saturday
Ar. from Lakeland. Tues

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

iAve tor wucox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.

Arrive from Wilcox, Mon

aay

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

NEEDHAM "MOTOR 'CO.
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i General Ecpalrlno,
Storage. Gasoline, Oils and Grease.

We use genuine Ford Parts. Cars washed, $1.00
AGENTS FOR L J
SCRIPPS-BOOTH SIX i
Pkc2c 252 Cor. Oklawaba.fi&d Orange
Used Cars for Sale ( ll
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NICE, RIPE

laiusii-Sis si(0i Apples

are now being sold on the Seaboard
team tracks, near the Union station,
iWliolesale ami Retail

The Federal Bakery, win be closed
after one o'clock on Thanksgiving
day. 2S-2t

And when you went visiting out you

7:25 a. m. Iu-j iv af tv.e nlnoh album done

I w w mt

n German silver running from the

southwest corner up to the northeast

7:10 a.m. corner and return the compliment

-i-Vi on .-Via .naif tT9 TTt A T L

Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m. , -,-, w

Miss Clem was as tiny as Miss Hester
end Marse David S. W. as big as

Regular, conventions of the Ocala i Marse George MacKay. Of course,

Chapter No. 13. R. A. on the fourth I you don't; neither do we.

Friday in every month at 8 p. m.

Jake Brown, Secretary.

n. s. wesson, ii. r. I The Book Shop Annex wtu open

December 1st with a fine line of toys.

Bananas, per Peand, 8c. Apples, per Bushel, $2.03 f

iisfisna npr dn7. 25c AddIcs. ocr Peck. .55 m

Have your mirrors re-silvered. All
work called for, delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block. Fort King
venue, phone 504. 9-tf

Have your mirrors re-silvered. AH
vork called for, delivered and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ocala Mirror and Plating
Works, Yonge block, Fort King
avenue, phone 504.



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1920

OCALA QGCUHREtlCES

If yon have any
phone to five-one.
society items,
t Mrs. W. L. Akin of Dunnellon was
among the fair visitors yesterday.
Mr. Georze G. Hamilton of Mcin
tosh is in the city, seeing the fair.
Insist upon having Federal Bread.
T- Ua Koof 23-6t
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Mr. Childers and family of Williston
weer among those who attended the
fair ;
Mr. Edward Drake is engaged on
the engineering work on the Sumter
county road contract.
Our TOY STORE will open Dec. 1st
with a beautiful lot of things for the
children. THE BOOK SHO. 24-3t
Mr. Geo. W. Martin has come in off
the road to spend several days at
home with his family.
Among the attendants at the fair
Thursdav were Mrs. B. Whitman and
Mrs. F. M. Hall of Eastlake.
It's an easy name to remember-
Federal always ask for "Federal if
youwant the best bread to be had. 6t
j Miss Alice Berryhill from Levy
county was the guest of her sister,
Miss Geneva, during Thanksgiving.
mmmmmtm nMMMBwM r i
Mr. II. H. Register has arrived
from Georgia to accept a position with
Mr. Mack Taylor at the Auto Sales
Company.
- Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Jlotbing & Shoe Company. Every
thins; we sell is guaranteed. We're
Irhtfng for QUALITY not prices, tf
" Leonard Bennett's display of pig pigeons
eons pigeons at the fair has caused much ad
miration among all who saw the pret
ty little birds.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blalock and
Mr. Carroll Blalock of Madison, were
the Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Blalock.
Always ask your grocer for Federal
Bread, and insist upon getting it.
YouH always find it fresh and crisp.
Mr. Louis Volk of Dunnellon and
Mr. E. S. Grace of Crystal River,
were- among the Thanksgiving visitors
to the fair. Mr. Vtlk is a former
Ocalan. v '.
- Everybody is glad to see that live
little man, Fred J. Burden, in Ocala
again. He arrived yesterday from
'Ohio, where he has made his home for
seme time.
Christmas Victor records will be on
1 sale December 1st. THE BOOK
SHOP. , 24-3t
Mr. and Mrs. wf O. Russell and
J family will motor to Lake City this
afternoon to spend the week-end at
the home of Mr. Russell's sister, Mrs.
I O. O. Taylor and family.
.
W. K. Lane, M. D, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
-Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
The Young-Merr in company, civil
engineering and surveying, is repre repre-i
i repre-i sented at the fair by. Captain Young
and Captain Drake, who are assisting
the Marion county post in making
"Legion Day" at the fair a success.

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Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Whaley of Tam-:

pa spent Thanksgiving with Captain
and Mrs. Geo. T. Young. Mrs. Young
is their niece and made her home in
Tampa before marrying.
The following shoppers wete in the
city today: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Den- i
mark, Summerfield; Mr. S. M. Niblick,
Dunnellon; Mrs. M. McLendon, Belle Belle-view;
view; Belle-view; F. G. Sparkman, Leroy.
Abruzzi seed rye, $4 per bushel.
Rust proof seed oats, $1.50 per bushel.
Ocala Seed Store. 22-tf
Mrs. H. E. Schoeflin of Tampa spent I
home of her sister, Mrs. P. V. Leaven-
good, en route to St. Augustine,
where she will visit relatives for sev
eral weeks. v ;
Mrs. M. M. Hulburt of Jacksonville
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
William Needham, during fair week.
The numerous friends she made
while her home was in Ocala are glad 1
to se her again.
Toys .toys, toys at THE
BOOK
SHOP December 1st.
24-3t
Mrs. Clark and daughter, Miss
Edna Clark of Candler were fair visi
tors in Ocala yesterday., Mrs. Clark
and daughter are;former residents of
this city and have many friends who
are always pleased to have them visit
here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis and chil
dren and Mrs. A. M. Cathcart of
Alachua returned to their home to
aay after a pleasant Thanksgiving
spent in the city, guests at the home J
of Mrs.? Davis and MrsJV Cathcart's J
sister, Mrs. W. O. Russell.
Apalachicola oysters every day;
Cook's Market and Grocery, phone
isortn Maui street. 17-tf
h iir. su. a ix,' ooumern express
ir. -c t T. ii i-
r
Company aeent at Jessuo. Ga.. is a
visitor in the? city, a. guest of his
- - i
mother at the home of. Mr D. E. Mc-f
Iver. Mr. Nix once made his home
in Ocala and is being given a cordial
welcome by his host of friends.-
Mr. Bert Chanman: son of Mrs. W.
V. Thorpe and brother to Mrs. H. E.
Abbott of this city, arrived several
days ago from his home at Panama
to spend his furlough. Mr. Chapman
is in the. navy and is quite, delighted
with his new home.
" " "' y " &,
. Meet me at the American Cafe.
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Best dinner in
the nt.afo f rtr 7fw 1lnt ti irinlr 0T1
you want. Time for dinner 11 am. to
2:30 p. m.
17-tf
Mrs. Jessie Allsop and handsome
son, William of Clearwater, returned
home this afternoon ? after spending
Thanksgiving in the : city, guests of
Mrs. Allsop's brother, Mr. W. M. Pal Palmer.
mer. Palmer. Mrs. Allsop as Miss Jessie Pal Palmer
mer Palmer resided in Ocala during her girl girlhood
hood girlhood and was one of our most popular
young ladies.
Mr. Ross Chambers and young
daughter, Mary : spent several1; hours
in town yesterday visiting f his f par parents.
ents. parents. -They were en route toitheur
home in Macon, Ga., f rOm a (visit to
Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers and
daughter contemplated spending the
winter in Miami but' Mrs.51 Chambers'
mother, Mrs. 'Willingham was taken
suddenly ill in Macon and in response
to a telegram Mrs. Chambers left im immediately
mediately immediately by train, leaving her hus husband
band husband and daughter to return in their
car
to

Goodrich

Silvertown Cords

"Bestjin the Long Run
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one o! these Famous
Tires, made
29,981 Mlles
BIALOCK BROS.
Vulcanizing
Phone 7$ Okkuaha & Main

Hercif til Hksssbs bow icy fctsdx

tats in. the ccrsSasl" 15 dl
due to
cver-abnsd
tnce of
poison called
uric add.
She HdneyeH-
ere not awe.
to get rid of
it. Such con
ditions you
can readily
overcome.
End prolong
lifebyta3dn$?
Anoxia" ( csti-uric-acid ) '. This
can bo obtained at almost cay drca
store, in tablet form.
When your kidneys get emgsisa
sad do?, yon Buffer from back
eche,, rids-headache, dlzsy spells.
or twinges and pains of Inmbago,
rheumatism or gout; or deep is
disturbed two or three times a
night, get Dr. Pierce's Anoxic, it
will put new Ufa into your kidneys
and your entire system. Send Dr.
Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo,
N.Y., ten cents for trial package.
Aubu&k, Gx. For many year
I have been doing much heavy work
and my suffering from kidney trouble
seemed almost unbearable at times. I
had tried many kinds of medicine for
It bat in vain. Finally I sent for a
bottle of Dr. Pierce's Anuric TableU
and since I have taken them I have
fell like a new woman. I highly recom recommend
mend recommend Anuric to all sufferers from
kidney trouble. Msa. A. B. Cxjics,
Boutel.
Mr. C. A. Holloway, our mounted
policeman, had a narrow escape the
other day. He was trying to drive
Isome cows to the pound, when his
horse, making a sudden turn, slipped
and felk ''Mr. Hollowav escaped with
scme bad bruises but his horse was
t:,1o(i
I T. nn trt K vfifffl.
LuA w vttA fhom u n.l
toy store. THE BOOK SHOP.
Liiia vcar. c nui uaw utcm aa vma.
24-3t
Mrs. Anna Tweedy and Miss Ruth
Chaffee of DeLand are visiting the
fair. Mrs. Tweedy was for some
years connected with the Marion
County Fair Association, and she is
i
stM greatly interested in its. pro-1
gress. They will remain in the. city
I until Sunday.
Successful business men are good
users of printer's ink.
27
DAYS
TO
SHOP
And it's time you were beginning to
think of the presents you intend giv-
mgpn that joyous occasion.
,Our line of Jewelry consists of eve
rything from a small inexpensive
Stick Pin to a Gold Watch or a dia diamond
mond diamond Ring. Many new novelties to
select from if you call early.
J. Charles Smith
The Jeweler & Watchmaker
West Side Courthouse Square
! OCALA, FLORIDA
Arrival and departure of passeneei
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:19 am
1:55 cm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4;05pm Jacksonville 4:05 pm
Tamna-
2:15 am Manatee- 4:0v ptr.
. Kt Peteraburcr
z.ibam Tampa 2:15 am
i :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC LUAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 2:48 am
1:45 dd Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 cm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:42 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 sm
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunneiion-wncox
7:2iJ am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
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.

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RAILROAD SCHEDULES

One of the handsome show window

displays during the week has been
that of Mr. H. W. Tucker, in one of j
the windows of his store on Broad-J
way. It is a grouping of overhead
lights, and when all are turned on in
the evening they make a perfect bou
quet of illumination.
Our buyer has been in New York
for some time and has secured some
I unusual bargains. Watch for them at
THE BOOK SHOP. 24-3t
The prices mentioned in H. BWhit-
tington's advertisement today, will be
found attractive to the housewife who
iwants to save on her grocery bills.
Poa't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company, I Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed." We're
tghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con
tract nork. Gives more and better
work f the money than any other
contractor in the city.
LITE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
TTkT O T TT 71 Tiir TP 1
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE
Eat Less Red Meat
Drink More Water
and .your kidneys will be less likely
to trouble you, do not neglect this
n .,, n,,it pnsilv i turn
A
i inrn a canmis mi iiici iciii.
We know what is in
NYAL
SI ONE ROOT
COMPOUND
so we recommend it and sell it under
la guarantee.
ANTMI0N0PLY DRUG STORE
I "Once a Trial Always Nyal.'
i
i "i '!
J 1

ra.r

DAK OKI

Celery and ;-' cranberries. Cook's
Market and Grocery phone 243. 17-tf

Watch for our TOYS, the best line I
we have evr had. The Book Shop. 24-3t
FOR SALE
LARGE LUE GDI GONG
ORANGE TREES.
V Will Deliver and Plant for
: $5.50 EACH ;
"J The Large Trees.
WARTMANN NURSERY CO.,
Ocala, Fla.
10-14, deod-tf
-,
1
ii UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
9
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c: three times, 50c; six times, 75c;
tane month,' $3. Payable in advance.
HOUSEHOLD Goods for "sale. See
L A. Gabel, phone 362. 26-6t
CHERO-COLA WOOD YARD We. are
J V-ennrpii to furnish oak or pine
wood for either stove or fireplace
on-short notice. We deliver youri
mofiey's worth promptly. Give us a j
trial order. V (Jtiero-Coia vvooayaru,
phone 167. 26-lm
FOR SALE-r-If you jvvant a good
- home, grove or farm; -among beau beautiful
tiful beautiful -lakes, where prices are reas reasonable,
onable, reasonable, address Box 58. Candler,
Fla. 25-3t
SEEDS New; spring seed catalogue
will soon be ready for distribution;
send name at once so there will be
no delay in receiving your copy
when the book is ready. Kilgore
Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. 25-5t
FOR ?SALE Florida BLACK RYE,
at $3.25 per bushel. 3. P. Smith,
"EbbhFla. -: :15-I2t
WOOD FOR SALE $1 and $2 loads
of oak 'and pine wood Phone 322,
residence. E. Bomolini. 18-18t
FOR EXCHANGE A 1919 model, 5 5-passenger
passenger 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 office,
fice, office, Ocala, Fla. 24-3t
I

IT'S not a-bit of trouble -to
fcava plsaity of good things to
eat on hand alllhe time, when you
Calumet Baking Powder,
Itiiever allows baking
-trouble. You don't ''dread" to bake.
, There is nothing to worry about and
r that really is the hardest part of it
7 Mx up a batch of biscuits
(brthefmestkindof cakeifs all
the same. There is never but one re resultthe
sultthe resultthe sweetest and most palatable
of. foods.
There is not asTmuch Iworry
over baking costs either. Because
i Calumet costs less when you buy it
the price is moderate.

It costs you less when you
use it because you don't use as
much of it it has more than the
ordinary leavening strength.
You get more out of the flour,
;sugart.egg3, shortening,, eta, be-
cause there are no failures no waste.
iThe most critical of baking
powder judges gave it highest
awards, World's Pure Food : Exposi-
tion, Chicago, Paris Exposition, Pans,
France. ..-v- V .. ;
The largest, selling brand in
the world.
Mis plam flour with pure baking pow
der insteatfof usingimcertain mixtures.
' Then you wUl know your bakings are
pure anct wholesome. Plain flour
cannot be adulterated.

FOR RENT My entire home -which
can be used as two apartments, on

Orange avenue. For further partic-
ulars see me or call Mrs. Martha
Williams
at the home of Mrs. R. S.
Hall, Fort King avenue. 19-tf
FOR SALE1917 model Ford tour tour-ins:
ins: tour-ins: car, or will trade for real es
tate. S. S. Savage Jr.
19-6t
FOR SALE 25,000 stalks improved
Japanese seed cane, at $2 per hun hundred.
dred. hundred. Mayo-Lyles-Cauthen Farm,
Summerneld. 16-tf
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. Carn. 15-tf
:ABBAGE PLANTS Protected fron
frost by overhead irrigation. Char Charleston
leston Charleston Wakefield, Early Summex,
Lupton's best Long Island seed,
$1.50 per thousand; special price in
large quantities. Parcel post or
ders 25 cents per t thousand extra.
J. R. Davis Farms, Bartow, Fla. tf
FOR SALE Seed cane, $12 per thou-
sand; two large mules, $450 for
the pair; one fresh jersey cow ar.J
three weeks old calf, $75. Apply
to N. W. Harison, Oklawaha, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 19-12t
FOR SALE OR TRADE One second
hand 2-hp. International engine,'
one new steel bur cornmeal mill;
will trade for anything. D. N.
. .Mathews, 609 Second St., Ocala. 6t
( WOOD Oak and pine, cut to &zj
wu delivered on short notice.
Phone Mrs. E. L. Howell, Oak',
(phone charges paid.) ) 11-tf
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-i
nent position. Phone me at Marie x
County Hospital. W. H. Hender Henderson.
son. Henderson. 24-2t:
WANTED A man with a truck to
.. haul oranges at Eastlake. Steady
job for a week or en days Call or
phone Eastlake Investment Com
pany, Eastlake, Fla.
24-4t
FOR SALE 140-acre farm, 100 acres
improved, 40 acres timber. Splendid
land. Also 20-acre home on a fine
lake, near nice small ttwn. Ad
dress Box 58, Candler, Fla. 25-St
FOR SALE Ten acres of land ia
"Marion county, near Belleviesr.
Write owner, Geo. J. Hummel, 219
Marie Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 19-6t
CIc.met DoashasS
Rcclp
4 cups of pastry
flour, 3 level tea
spoor? Calumet
Baking Powder,
teaspoon of salt, i
cup of migtT.Htzs,
.beaten togetluT, 2
tablespoons ol melt melted
ed melted butter, 1 cup of
milk. Then mixia
the regular way.

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