Weather Forecast: Fair tonight,
Sunday local, thunderstorms.
OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 165
ALLIED TERMS TO B COIIFEIIIIE
COX AND 111
POLES YIELD TO
AGAIN III PEKIi
ILL FEEUIIG HAS
People of- Germahy Realize Theylirjea f a Front Porch Campaign
Would be Foolish to Offer Seema to Need Particular
Great Lakes Naval Training Station
Turning Out One Hundred
Every Three Weeks
(Associated Pvess) I ; (Associated Press)
London, July 10. News that the! Chicago, July 10. Chairman Hays
German delegation at Spa had signed I concluded his conference with middle
the agreement and accepted the allied I west reDublican leaders today and
demands relative to disarmament was heft for Marion to confer with Sena
received quietly in Berlin, according tor Harding. Mr. Hays said he would
to a dispatch to the London Times, consult Senator Harding particularly
The people, the message says, gen- on the subject of the front porch
erally recognized that Germany must i campaign.
accept the allied terms.
EIGHTEEN MEN ENLISTED
BY NAVY THE PAST WEEK
(Associated Press) ; I Turing the past week eighteen men
Seattle, Wash., July 10. Secretary enlisted at the local navy recruiting
Daniels and Secretary Payne sailed station, located on the second floor of
for Alaska today on a destroyer to the Barnett building, m charge of
investigate development of the coal J Lieutenant Commander J. W. Hay Hay-fields
fields Hay-fields as a source of fuel supply for ward. U. S. N. The following shows
the navy as well as 'for commercial J the names and home addresses of the
RETURNED TO FRANCE
New York. July 10. Georges Car-
npntier. the French pugilist, sailed!
for France today.
VICTORY MEDALS FOR
young men who took the oath of al
legiance to serve m Uncle Sam's
James L. Pantall, Folkstone,' Ga,
seaman second class. ;.
Harold M. Heiney, Philadelphia,
Edwin M. Sumner, Tampa, fireman
David L. Perrine, Council Bluffs,
Frank B. Sauls, Tallahassee, ap
John D. Campbell, Oviedo, appren-
Some 4,500000 American soldiers
and sailors are soon to receive tne tice seaman.
victory medal, tribute of a' grateful! Lonnie E. Eubanks, Marianna, fire-
nation to all the men in uniform wno man third class.
aided in crushing Geiman ambition! Lucius Pelt, Blountstown, fireman
to dominate the world. I third class.
Duriner the spring: of 1918, while Herbert Barfield, Finleyson, Ga.,
hostilities were still at their height fireman second class.
the different allied and associated na- tHanan D. Ford, Sneads, fireman
tions agreed to adopt a medal which third class.
would be the same for all to com-1 Claude H. Saunders, Orlando, fire
memoratethe great war. In order to 1 man', third class.
carry this plan into execution an in- Charles B. Leffingwell, Bradentown,
ter-allied commission met m Paris I apprentice seaman.
after the armistice, lne commission i Marvin P. Ellison, Wuliston, ap
found it was impractical to adhere I prentice seaman.
strictlv to the original plan. It was! Ray Burnsed. .Homeland, fireman
decided, however, to have an identical j third class.
ribbon and allow each country to de- Talman H. Brenan, Gainesville, fire-
shrn its own medal according to gen-j man third class
era! specifications which were drawn! Coyisler, Alligood, Dunnellon, ap
up by the commission. The ribbon is J prentice seaman.
a double rainbow, having the red in Shellman S. Newsom, Citra, fire
the center and with a white thread on man third class.
each edge. It symbolized 1 the dawn J Wilbur D." Pheil,
of a new era of calm after the storm. J second class
The snecifications of the meaai Two of the above-named men are
adopted by the commission are as I former service men who have re-
follows: To be bronze 1.4 inches in enlisted under continuous service and
diameter and suspended from the! thereby received a bonus of four
ribbon by a ring, the same as most of months pay and a thirty days' leave.
our medals. On the obverse a winged 1 Two others are ex-army men.
victory, standing full length and full Lieut.-Comdr. Hayward announces
face. On the reverse, the inscription that authority has been received to
either the name or the arms of the of age, with their parents' consent,
allied and associated nations. Iwho are 62 inches in height and weigh
A system -of clasps was adopted! 110 pounds. Such men must enlist
for this medal. To designate the pos-J for three years or until they attain
session of a battle clasp, a small the age of 21. Men eighteen years
bronze star is worn on the service of age who are 64 inches in height
ribbon. In accordance with the gen- and weigh not less than 115 pounds
eral principal that senior decorations! may also be enlisted for a perior of
are to the right, silver citations! two, three or four years.
should be worn right of bronze stars All accepted applicants for the
on the service ribbon (silver stars navy summer school at Hampton
designate special citations.) Roads are requested to apepar at the
All ex-army men should make re-1 navy recruiting station on Monday
quest to the Army Recruiting Sta- morning for final instructions.
tion. Barnett building, Jacksonville,
Fla.. for the necessary application SENATOR NEW WILL
blanks. -Applicants should state HEAD THE SPEAKERS
whether 'their service was as enlisted
men or as officers, and should plainly! Associated Press)
write the words "Victory Medal" on! 'Chicago, July 10. Republican na
the outside of the envelope. All ap-tional headquarters today announced
plications will receive prompt and that Senator New of Indiana will head
courteous attention. the republican campaign speakers
WHAT CAN IT DO
AFTER IT MEETS?
R. A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
(Associated Press) Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Washington, July 10. November Friday m every month at 8. p. m.
15th has been determined as the date
for the first meeting of the league of
nations assembly, according to an an announcement
nouncement announcement at the state department.
The meeting place will not be dis disclosed
closed disclosed until President Wilson issues
the formal call.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Gainesville, July 10. A case
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.' 2:09 a. m.
Leave for Tampa.. 2:10 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville 1:30 p. m.
Af Leave for Tampa... 1:50 p. ir
I : m y i :n i.oi
citrus canker, the first to come to pub- T a. ok m
lie notice in Florida, in 18 months, Lj from Tam Da -. 2:14 a.m.
was found last weeK .in an lsmateu Leave for Jacksonville .... 2:15 a. m
citrus grove near Boynton, Palm Arrive from Tampa, i 1:35 p.m.
Rpah pmmtv. officers of the state Leave for Jacksonville., .. 1:55 p. m
plant board announced here Thurs- Arrive from Tampa ....... 4:04 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line
' (Associated Press)
Chicago, July 10. Nearly 100 men
are being graduated every tnree
weeks at the Great Lakes Naval
raining Station from what naval
officers describe as the biggest trade
schools in the world.
The school is devoted exclusively
to the training of aviation mechanics
and at the present time 3225 students
are taking the courses, which range
in length from sixteen to 36 weeks.
More than 1000 men have graduat
ed since the school was established
slightly more than a year "ago and
another 1000 will complete their work
by November. Lieutenant Command
er E. E. Wilson, commandant at the
school, says all of the 6000 men pro
vided for in the naval air force will
be graduates of the school within an
The cost of turning out the first
00 graduates was $7000, making the
average cost of producing trained
aerial mechanics $7 each. The low
cost was due to the fact that the
students produce nothing in their
studies to be wasted. Instead of mak
ing the frequently useless examples
they work on parts actually needed
for repairs and construction of new
airplanes. A number of planes,
ranging from small land flyers to
huge seaplanes, only a step smaller
than the famous N-C type, have been
The school is valued at between
$20,000,000 and $30,000,000 but all
the tools and equipment are salvaged
materials which would otherwise
have been sold at a great loss after
the warv Part of the equipment' is
several million dollars worth of
partly finished airplane motors and
parts, which were purchased from the
manufacturers after the armistice as
junk at a flat cost of 27, cents a
pound. The students are, completing
the parts and building machines from
Lieut.-Comdr. Wilson started the
school from the bottom a year ago.
As the first step the navy officer
wrote all the text books to be used.
No flying JsdonebuMhe best men.
from each class are eligible later to
attend a school for enlisted pilots.
Each graduate of .. the mechanics
school receives a certificate, while
gold, silver and bronze medals are
awarded to the Jionor men.
Two members of the bar were trying
a replevin suit In the superior court
recently and in the course of the trial
got Into a sharp wrangle as lawyers
sometimes do over the admission of a
certain piece of evidence. The wrangle
resolved itself into an oral battle la
which both lawyers tried to talk at
They spoke In loud tones find at a
rapid-fire gait. When the smoke had
cleared away and the case was over
they were quite surprised to learn tkat
the court stenographer had been able
to get down In his book every word
"they had said, despite the fact they
were both talking at the same time.
The clerk of courts commented on the
"Oh," remarked one of the lawyers,
"that little chap could take down a
hailstorm and never miss a stone I
Are Busy Men and are Mapping Out
their Work Only a ew-Score
Dayton, O., July lOwfGov. Cox is
making strenuous efforts to get things
in shape here so he can return to Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Monday. No conferences are
scheduled for today.
Governor Cox and Franklin D.
Roosevlt, the vice presidential candi candidate,
date, candidate, will meet in Columbus Monday
Marion, O July 10. Senator Hard Harding
ing Harding will confer today wi$i Major Gen General
eral General Leonard Wood and Senator Cum Cummins.
mins. Cummins. It will be the jfirst meeting
of Senator Harding and General
Wood since the republican convention.
Senator 1 Harding vHl confer tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow with National Chairman Hays.
ANNOUNCES AN INNOVATION
Senator Harding announced today
that if he is elected the vice presi president
dent president will be invited to participate in
cabinet meetings. 1
MARRYING FOR MONEY
( Associated pjess)
Tokio, July 10. The jjjapanese find
a close connection between money and
marriage by reading the lessons of
the existing financial Repression in
Japan. .The passing of easy money money-making
making money-making has caused a rush to the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese matrimonial agencies and wom women
en women are leading in the rush. In pros prosperous
perous prosperous times the agency customers
are men looking for wves, but now,
say matrimonial managers, the old
order is reversed. In view of the ap approaching
proaching approaching "lfard times!" women are
apparently seeking safety in the pro
tection of nusband s. pne result in
the feminine advances i a marked in increase
crease increase in marriages, f
London, July 10. Admiral John
Arbuthnot Fisher, former first lord
of the admiralty, died today.. He un underwent
derwent underwent an operation yesterday and
failed to rally.
Again, As in 1900, There are Only
Slender Forces to Deal with
a Native Uprising
Pekin, July 10. Warning has been
given the government by the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic corps that there must be no
fighting here if there is an uprising
and Pekin must not be bombarded.
The forces commanded by Tuan Chi
Jui have surrounded Pekin. Jui's at attitude
titude attitude is the result of the govern government's
ment's government's dismissal of the inner Mon Mongolian
golian Mongolian commissioners.
PROTECTORS ARE FEW
Washington, July 10. The Amer American
ican American forces in Pekin consist of the
legation guard of 275 marines. The
only American detachment in China
is the Ff teenth Infantry at Tien Tsin,
eighty miles from Pekin. Several
other powers have legation guards.
Bolshevik Masses on their Front Too
Heavy for Their Slender
Paris, July 10. The Poles are
withdrawing from Brest-Litovsk, Vil Vil-na
na Vil-na and Pinsk as a result of the great
Russian bolshevik offensive, accord according
ing according to advices received here.
BRAZIL IS GENEROUS
SEVEN MILES STRAIGHT
UP CASALE'S GOAL
Paris, July 10. Jean Casale, who
established a new airplane flight for
height record June 14, 1919, when he
mounted 7520 meters has satisfied
himself by a laboratory test that he
may safely attempt to. reach his an announced
nounced announced goal of 12,000 meters, or
seven and a fifth miles. Casale spent
more than an hour in a Jiermetricaly
sealed cabinet equipped with air air-density
density air-density and other scientific ; instru instruments.
ments. instruments. Casale controlled the exhaust exhausting
ing exhausting of the air and the admission of
compressed oxygen through a form
of gas mask. The atmosphere was re reduced
duced reduced to the equivalent of the pres pressure
sure pressure at the 12,000 meter height in 4Y
minutes 30 seconds and normal at atmospheric
mospheric atmospheric pressume was restored in
The aviator said he experienced
cold and a sense of uneasiness. At
one time he closed his eyes but found
it accentuated his dizziness. During
most of the experiment he kept his
What have you to sell or trade?
Look it up and advertise it in th
Paris, July 10. German steamers
seized during the war by Brazil prob probably
ably probably will be given to France, accord according
ing according to a Spa dispatch.
LARGE PHOSPHATE DEPOSITS
Paris, July 10. Discovery of large
deposits of phosphate in the Moroc Moroccan
can Moroccan hinterland, may soon makt
France the great phosphate produc producing
ing producing country of the world.
The Moroccan deposits ire report reported
ed reported by Professor Louis Gentil of the
Sorbonne as being almost inexhaus inexhaustible.
tible. inexhaustible. One hundred miles inland from
Casablanca there is a mountain plat plateau,
eau, plateau, 40 miles long and 25 miles wide
which is a veritable 'storehouse A
phosphate. A railway is to be built
to this mountain and a monopoly has
been given to the Moroccan govern government
ment government for the sale of the phosphate.
France already has huge potash de deposits
posits deposits in Alsace.
PREPARING TO FORM
THAT THIRD PARTY
Chicago, July 10. The delegates
summoned to Chicago by the commit committee
tee committee of forty-eight and single tax rep representatives
resentatives representatives met today in the prer
liminaries of an attempt to nominate
a fusion third party presidential can candidate
didate candidate to run on a platform satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory to both elements. The first work
of the meeting was the election of a
committee on platform and political
procedures Alien McCurd, secretary
of the committee of forty-eight, was
seletced as temporary chairman.
Advertise in the Star!
A. T one .u3 ef the BeJ
U iVhVhA-t Better WUrdtist
rVVtUJJCJL only tortyt tottery
v 1 with Threaded Rffia
Fading Shrines of Oriental Splendor;
To me, after revisiting the East
f ter an absence of ten years, 11
seems as If all Its splendid past and
all Its present discontent were record recorded
ed recorded and symbolized in the Imperial pal palaces
aces palaces of Peking, Seoul and Tokyov Tea
years ago all three were the habita habitations
tions habitations of emperors, sacred spots from
whose mysterious depths Issued thi
edicts whereat men,, trembled and
obeyed. Today the Son of Heaven
end the Lord of the Morning Calne
have gone their ways, to Join th
mournful company of kings In exile.
Only his majesty of Tokyo remains, n
dim, mysterious figure in the medieval
seclusion of Chiyoda, a plcturesqw
survival of old Japan, like an Idol la
a shrine, a sort of living Buddha lo
thegreat new city throbbing with ma
chinery. J. O. P. Bland in Asia.
tres in i gruvc vvcic Arrive from JacksonvCle. 8:14 a. m.
ed and the place thoroughly disinfect- for St. Petersburg.. 3:15a.m.
ea, the board stated, adding that cit- Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3 :34p.m.
rus growers would be advised if there Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
were any further developments in the Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12 p.m.
The citrus canker was thought Leave lor leesburg... ...,iu:id p.:n.
.... .. I A Fmavm 13
to have been wiped out in this state.
Arrive from ot. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 2:12 a. m.
Arrive from St. PefceTahnrtF l;25n.ra.
MEIGHN SUCCEEDS BORDEN Leave for Jacksonville. 1:45 n.m.
AS CANADIAN PREMIER Arrive from Leesbure ... 6:41 a. ra.
Leave for Jacksonville. 6:42 a. m.
Ottawa, July 10. Arthur Meighn, Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p.m.
foimer minister of the interior, was
sworn in today as premier, succeeding
Sir Robert Borden, resigned.
MEXICO LOSES AIRMEN
Mexico City, July 10. Five mem--beis
of the crew of a military air airplane
plane airplane which was wrecked Thursday at
Tinajita, were killed when the ma
chine fell. Two other men in the
machine were injured.
Leve for Homosassa. . 3:25 p. m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday... .11:50 a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday ..... ... 4:45 p. m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m.
Ar. from Lakeland, r Tues-
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 7:10 a. m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday, Friday. 6:5p.ix
Apropos of the popular Interest in
the ouija board, a correspondent says:
"An experiment In unconscious cere cerebration
bration cerebration may be made in this way.
Take a 5-cent piece and to it attach a
fine silk thread with a bit of sealing
wax. Tlien take an empty tumbler and
suspend the nickel in the center of the
glass, holding the thread tightly be
tween the thumb and finger and rest
ing the elbow on the funny bone.
Then, without conscious volition of thf
muscles, think of its movement east,
west, north or south, or returning to
the center. You will find that the coin
will obey the thought, although you
give consciously no direction for thi
movement From the Outlook.
The golden moments in Che stream
of life rush past us, and we see noth-.
tag but sand; the angel came to visit
us, and we only know them when they
are gone. George Eliot.
(if4 TT wV
Q. What is Threaded Rubber
A. A stcrsgt battery insulating
material made up of rubber
pierced with thousands of tiny
Q. How does itdliTer from other
A. Ordinary insulation is wood,
cut In the fcrrn cf th"n sheets,
and is neither cs "uniform nor
cs durable cs Tlireaded Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Insulation.
Q. Why is insulation so im important
portant important ?
A. Because better life depends
largely-on insulation, and be because
cause because any d' fret or weak weakness
ness weakness of insiilafon is quickly
evidenced by buckled plates,
short circuits, and failure of
the battery to hold its charge
and so on.
Q. What has this insulation to
do with battery shipment?
A. The kind of insulation deter determines
mines determines whether the battery
must be kept ;t, or can be
shipped in "bone dry" condi condition.
tion. condition. Wood insulation must
never bs allowed to dry out,
hence mrkes necessary wet
or partially wet shipment.
With Threaded Rubber Insu Insulation
lation Insulation the battery czn ho
shipped absolutely "bone dry."
and stocking preferable?
A. Because it is the only method
by which chemical action in
the battery can be entirely
held up, so that the battery
reaches the buyer in truly
Q. Why does wood insulation
need to be replaced?
13S Manufacturers Using
A. Because wood insulation being
soft, wears out more rapidly
than any other part of, the
battery. It is also subject to
cracking and checking, which,
if allowed to go too far,
seriously damages the battery
Q. Why does Threaded Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Insulation outlast the
A. Because the basis is hard
ru ber, which resists wear and
d "s not crack or check.
Q. How can I be sure my bat battery
tery battery haa Threaded Rubber
A. It can be found only on the
Still Better Willard Battery.
Look for the red Thread Thread-Rubber
Rubber Thread-Rubber trade-mark.
Q. How many car 'and truck
manufacturers have select selected
ed selected Threaded Rubber Insu Insulation?
lation? Insulation? A. 136 in alL The complete Hit
is printed at the right.
F W D
Ocala Storage Battery Co.,
20 North Main Street
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Otherwise, the Senate Investigating
. Committee has Failed to Ac Accomplish
complish Accomplish Anything
s St. Louis, July 10. Repeal of the
appropriation granted by the last
Congress to the department of justice
to fight the high cost of living will !,.
demanded by Senator Kenyon on the
ground that it was used primarily to
boost Attorney General Palmer for
the presidential nomination. Senator
Kenyon announced today.
COMMITTEE TAKES A RECESS
St. Louis, July 10. The Senate in investigating
vestigating investigating committee planned to dis disband
band disband temporarily tonight after ex examination
amination examination today of several witnesses
who may be able to testify concern concerning
ing concerning the Palmer pre-conventio nactivi nactivi-ties.
ties. nactivi-ties. Z7l
SLANDERING THE SOUTH
Chicago, July 9. The Senate com committee
mittee committee investigating camnaisrn ex
penditures, will move to St. Louis to tonight
night tonight to take up the campaign contri contributions
butions contributions of A. Mitchell Palmer, it was
stated here yetserday.
: Negroes who have voted the repub republican
lican republican ticket in Georgia have "disap "disappeared"
peared" "disappeared" and have never been heard
from again, Henry Lincoln Johnson,
negro national committeeman from
Georgia, told the Senate committee
investigating pre-convention contri contributions.
"They don't lynch men for belong belonging
ing belonging to a certain party, do they?" ask asked
ed asked Senator Kenyon.
"Oh, yes. they do," Johnson re replied.
plied. replied. "Many a negro voting the re republican
publican republican ticket has disappeared ami
no tidings have been heard from
The trend of the investigation
strayed from the question of contri contributions
butions contributions to many other subjects, from
the percentage of negro voters in the
south to the disappearance of ne negroes.
groes. negroes. :
Johnson spoke of "brutal force
and suppression." He said the situa
tion was summed up in a statement
made by Senator Hoke Smith: "In
Georgia, no negro is fortunate enough
to vote while no white man is too un
fortunate to vote."
Asked about lynching in the south,
Johnson said the great trouble was
that white men were allowed to at
tack negro girls without punishmeni.
Such a state of affairs greatly aggra aggravated
vated aggravated race feeling, he said. He cited
alleged incidents, of white soldiers at attacking
tacking attacking negro girls during the war
and said the soldiers, thourrh discov
ered, went unpunished.
The democrats paid from 25 to $5.-
000 for votes in Georgia this year and
generally spent more money than the
republicans, Johnson told the commit
He said he received- only S1000
from Gov. Lowden himself. He spent
?6000 or S7000 of his money, he mil.
and $4000 or $5000 was raised i i
.When the witness charged th:. t-
democrats spent more money t.; I j
did and bought votes in the fclec1
Senator Reed, democrat, interruj;
to ask: "You don t care when you get
$9000, do you?"
"Not" a bit." the witness rerslied.
"but I would need about ?S0,0GQ to
combat some democratic conditions
Senator Kenyon suddenly turned to
the Palmer campaign in Georgia, ask asking
ing asking Johnson if officials of the depart department
ment department of justice took part in the
"Hooper L. Lander of Atlanta, was
the leader," Johnson said.
Other questions concerning the ac activities
tivities activities of the department of agricul agriculture
ture agriculture in Georgia brought out no infor information.
The steam roller in the Chicago
convention was an "institution cf
benevolence compared to the demo democratic
cratic democratic steam roller in Georgia," John Johnson
son Johnson said.
JOHNSON WOULD LIKE
AN AMERICAN JAIL
Los Angeles, July 10. Jack John
son, former heavyweight champion
pugilist, now a fugitive from Ameri American
can American justice, in a long distance tele telephone
phone telephone call from Tijuana, Lower Cali
fornia, offered to surrender himself
to federal authorities if accorded cer certain
tain certain privileges. W. P. Hall, special
agent of the department of justice,
who told of Johnson's offer, said he-
refused to make any bargain with
TWENTY-TWO YEARS AFTER
. (Associated Press)
Washington, July 10. Bv direction
of President Wilson a distinrruuhed
service cross will be awarded to Gen
eral March, chief of staff, for gal gallantry
lantry gallantry in action in the Philippines in
los, wnen ne led a charge at-ain.
the enemy's breastworks near Manila,
alter tne commander called for volun volunteers.
teers. volunteers. March was then a lieutenant.
WOODMEN OF THS WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets st
K. of P. hall at 7:0 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
; J. a Ersy, C. C.
Chas. K. ss, Clerk.
QCALA EVEitlHG STAR
have by hard work and good behavior
won paroles, and would be glad to
obtain work with any man who will
give them homes and fair wages in
PabiiJihcd Ery Day Except Sunday return for their services.
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY;
OCALA, FLORIDA. I I presume there has been
from Florida during the last decade
by clever and smooth grafters along
There's one consoling thought for
the summer brides. They don't have
to tret tin on a cold mornini? and build
a 1 I o r
WKen the fires
la miiUitnHo nf Imps and tnrnnch nn. i 1
p. V. lavcBKood, secretary-xreaaarcr i T V inerg unless mey are pracucea m '-ue
told scnemes enougn money w nave Wo. TVim-p ro families in Ocala
squared up the national debt at least wnere eooA manners Drevail reeard-
Enterea at ucaia, jfia., postorace as the ceDt inai was owing prior w our joss 0f whether there is "company'
r uu-vmao I antMna intA tun InfA linn MS9Tlin!3. I Li rTl. x 1 1
r-. : i j resent, ine very aimospnere speaks
i r; 'wvia ovor win irnnur Trie irranii I a a. a
TELEPHONES ,u loi peace ana conienuneni, too.
BuftlatM Office .Flre-Ose J
Editorial Drpartmeat .TwScrca meters OI one SOtX or anoiner DUll a AV trJA
"tey rv-o. t feei safe m yins that the sum Lfce reason women marry men for
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS ?0nata Irai goverrmiem, as moneyf is they seldom find any
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entitled ror the use for republication of I and mnentance taxes wouia compare
Sot otTerwicredUed rfiu kisser and tn l8111113 tnat nave oeen sKinnea We note by an exchange that they
also the local: new Dubllahed hefeln. out 01 tne resiaents ot tois swic l,.vo eartoA a R,,v Nnthmtr rinh."
parlcghhe88 hSSaK",, a pair of toeless cotton Next thing weal hea m be the idea
eocks wun a une par uj. uiKm-mu. of an Eat Nothing Club." Most folks
hunting boots of the latest brand. And I vear aimost nothing so they can't
(Xjirid roorrs SrejA up Cfi b
cowNCCtioN-Ccftvefuef to Everytkir$ -la
Keajrt of City Seivi for Booklet
VisDIt W.5nlTH PROP R
" A SPLENDJD TONIC
Says Hixioa Ltdy Who, Oa Doc Doctor's
tor's Doctor's Advice, Took Cardui
And Is How Well
One year, m advance. ............ It.OO S ty has contributed its quota. It teckle question any further.
t-ix months, in advance -. ; 3.0 l nas neipea ous me 1na.11 .1 rum me
Three months. In advance
One -month, In advance ,.
west coast who was to make the finest
DUplat Plate 5 cental per Inch '-for
consecutive Insertions. Alternate Inser Insertions
tions Insertions 25 per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charges on ads. that run less than
Sweet are the uses of adversity.
oj Dric av v"r-' Nevertheless we find it
growing along by the roadside.'
Price ironi me cuimnuu muu imuuu ... 1
. ... ...B j boor substitute for sugar when it
-six tlme S cents ner rnch. Soecial I nn" all the stuff that could be raised
per cent additional. Rates ai,- 4-xr avarvhi-no- from
we helped him. Financially. There WI"es w
it.. : 4. a I
was ine man wuo was guixig w "M w .vo- ia nt on
position zo pc
based on 4-Inch
from 1 ver Springs Thursday evening tell
minimum. Leu thm v-i.'""". a ei,0 wn onW to "mflkp
four inches will take higher rate, parsnips to jellyfish, from peanuts to ..'41, mmi.".- MmI- cV,
vhiAh rni h fnmi.h. wn- I r f I him face the music. MayDe sue
a.asA0UK3u uuwu aaa it. m m a iviti otii rn nr 1
"on. .v PMinyiuiu,, means the wedding march.
subsequent Insertion. One change a "r"1"'. 1 7 ;r
week allowed on readers without extra! from a tiny investment. And there
Experience is the thing we think
composition char ares.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Why worry Cox about prohibition?
That is up to Congress, not to him.
L. it ra fim nnr nacr mistnlfPit f.A nrn.
was tne man wno was to mase an me i b" iv""
highways from molten glass which UucQ our future successes, except that
would flow from the machine as it it never nappens tnat way..
glided (I think he said glided) along
the road. Yes, we helped. And there Very few men when they come to
t- ,i . .. .. i wax Lilt: iciiuw luai waa kvuik w uiuusc a nuc uuj -i w.
?hVrH iJ;rQ boost this city by installing, the larg- the garden of idleness undoubtedly
i!ff-! t -5 fn 4 est moving picture plant in the south, possess charm and are sought by
convention. It will not do any Share3 w ony J hundred donara men who are able to maintain them.
Si h,,f f l8, ,f, to 'Vi6 each and were bound to be selling at However the ability to take care of a
S 'Ai I !0"!! l: a premium as soon as the promoter, home is what most men of today are
would insert his mouth into that re- .u n.j v v,Q i.i,; i,0 Cnrt,ia
cepiacie ana Keep it tftere. m,.UDmh-in ,,f f fm,4. Lttfinn t f) nnnneif0 r
Hlxson, Tenn. "About 10 years ago s
I was. saya Mrs. S. B. Gadd. of
this place. "I suffered with a pain In
my left side, could not sleep at night
with this pain, always In the left
My doctor told me to use Cardui. I
took one bottle, which helped me and
after my baby came, I was stronger
and better, but the pain was still
I at first let It go, but began to get
weak and in a run-down condition,
so I decided to try. some more Cardui,
which I did.
This last Cardui which. I took made
me much better, in fact, cured me. It
has been a number of years, still I
have no return of this trouble.
I feel it was Cardui that cured me,
and I recommend it as a 6plendid fe female,
male, female, tonic"
Don't allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from womanlj
troubles. Take Cardui. It should sure surely
ly surely help you, as It has so many thou thousands
sands thousands of other women In the past 40
years. Headache, backache, sideache,
nervousness, sleeplessness, tlred-out
feeling, are all signs of womanly trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Other women get relief by taking
Cardui. Why not you? All druggists.
WHAT IS COURTESY
As Applied to Our Bank Service ?
COURTESY, next to character and honesty, is one
of the first demands this institution makes upon
its officers and employees . .
To be courteous, to be kind, showing care and
consideration in the handling oi small accounts, as
well as the largest deposits. T is one of the chief
aims of this bank.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
,--.'ti Service is not an empty
word. I am prepared to
?ve yur eyes ne 8erv 8erv-2
2 8erv-2 sec j$ iCe yu have been need need-.wv
.wv need-.wv ing so long.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
USED CARS FOR SALE
Buick Touring, 1919.
Buick Touring, 1918.
Buick Touring, 1917.
Overland Sedan, 1920.
Hudson, 7-passenger model.
PHILIP G. MURPHY.
Jefferson St. at A. C. L. R. R.3t
Get the habit of reading the ads.
SECOND HAND CARS
The Ocala Auto & Garage Co., suc successors
cessors successors to Gates Garage, has on
hand the following second hand cars,
guaranteed to be in good condition:
One 1920 7-passenger Chandler.
One 1920 Ford coupe.
One 1918 Buick, 5-passenger.
Also one new Oldsmobile Six, five five-passenger
passenger five-passenger and one new Oldsmobile
Cash or terms.
6-tf Ocala Auto & Garage Co.
Ninety day-and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, nhone 435. tf
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist see4
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. ti
"Want ads are business getters.
WBI. A. T1NSB1AN
Brick and Plastering)
Tile and Marble Flooring
215 Fifth Street, Phone 525
j : l iV...
-n. equalise says tnat r ionaa can u "1. v a : xtt v a ia i n
not hope to have a system of good L. ,t in on the eround floor." I'm but don't know much. But we do
Tfa a Tin v r M i -, w
biaiK uonu issue. -iv h. t, i rjoc, rnn iroo V.o
names of the folks who were stung fore Christ said: "Learning consists
- :a: 1 a. il. it.! j n 4..1J
oV,..1l t j uu Liie uruyusibiuii; uui, iu xeuuw l oi UiuiKS we lueuiuiue uiiu aic tuiu
.7,'" "r.l!n.D.m,avi" n.ade goodfor himself, and manag- by persons or books. Knowledge con-
ed to get away with his pockets filled, isisti of things we know, not the
I might go on and tell of scores of in- J things we assure or believe. Wisdom
stances where the people and the
business men have been skinned to a
frazzle. I might tell of the men who
reads without a
Maybe not, but is that any reason why
those counties that have built roads
should now go to work and bu
those .backward counties that have
not? Clearwater Sun.' f
Now, pardner, you spoke a mouth
The coming race for the America's
il. 1. .... 1
cup, between Sir Thomas (Upton's il fhl Z
challenger, Shamrock IV., and the e Zd graces of the
cup-defender. Resolute, is attracting people, take in the money up to time
much attention on bath sides of the SeC1?a,t0rs commfnce to bowl-and
rrA v,,i, 1 ? i them hump.. Sometimes it is only a
who L nnSa f 8portmen restaurant man-sometimes it is some
doir J JPZ I 0T Wt01? other class. But, honestly, isn't it the
ken fn Xlhi. T -,1 when one figures up all the
taken in the yacht race will relieve .w w Xi
some of the strained attention that 1 T t
h.is w f5L!i :r: the;county and this city? I would say
has been on international affairs ever
since the war began. J
It was only the other day-that we
asKed what had become of the bu-
so. And I suppose the game will never
end just as long as people continue
to j3o business. I wish -. that folks
were less easily fooled; but it will do
bonic plague, and yesterday's dis- v L u
" !L I- of a new case m Pensa- Let 0cala keep her eye peeled for
if Lit ponVTgf. that sort of folks.
It has been thought not worth while
!tL?Ja town' 5 .iw5)r:mHfel1 AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
ouuui una uiague, dui u 13 in Order
!ri.rirt rl?5?I7.T : 'Presbyterian
3 ;uu1"" .UBJU. a"y """j. Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor.
aln;,l-?J ?6 playfUi American habit .45 a. raSunday school. L. M.
11a 1 T "B1U"UW owl3 Murray, superintendent.
and harmless snakes as possible.
MeAdoo urges that ""the election
laws of the country be so changed
that the expense incident to a cam campaign
paign campaign is borne by the government in instead,
stead, instead, of by the candidate and his
Morning topic,; "The Worship of
Evening topic, "Friendship Which
and if the government does
. Rev. W. P. Hines, D. D., Pastor
- 9:45 a..1 m. Sunday school. Classes
or nil ntraa "W T flarv ennonn.
vill soon be deciding what U-Jj-nt
snau oe eiectea. x neary- The pastor will preach at 11 a. m.
. law is a step in that direc- an g m
it has played the devil with Morning subject, "Son or Servant,
.da. Let the government; insure which?" Evening subject, "The
free vote and a fair count and sr to
otherwise let the candidacies alone.
Tampa Times callg attention to the
fact that boys who finish their terms
at the Marianna : industrial school do
not have any provision for sending
them home. They are given back the
clothes they arrived in-7-and which of mon
. John J. Neighbour, Rector
: Sixth Sunday After Trinity
7 :30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m.- Sunday school. :-,
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser-
course they have outgrown but not
even railroad fare to return hdme
with.-' The Tiaies instances three
Tampa boys now at the school, who
have reached the time where they j
should be paroled. Their mother in
Tampa needs them, but is not able to
supply them with clothes or railroad
fare. This is an oversight,' and must
be corrected at the next meeting of
the legislature. Even a convict is
given a suit of new clothes and a
small sum of money when his term
expires. It may interest a number of
our citizens to know that there are
now 'at Marianna a score of boys who
' TOCKSSWUV) VCxkfi IOQW1V&
Fta. aARSAiva, let -ru' ote uahJi
CATALOG UB KI PKftC UP :
ITU' WOUS. PAPtR. U VOOK
r JvUkH Rte, "VrVc, iC3N3 vouo ucu
8 p. m. Evening prayer and ad address.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Rev. Burhman, P. E., will preach.
Solo by Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
7 p. m. Senior League.
S p. my Preaching by pastor.
Christian Science Society
' Room 5, Merchant's Block
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service
8 p. m. Wednesday.
EPWORTH LEAGUE PROGRAM
Echoes E. L. assembly at Suther
Song, More Like the Master.
Scripture, Matt. 9:35-38.
Song, Jesus is Calling.
Remarks by leader. i
The Manhood of Christ" (Quillian).
New Era in China; Customs and
Conditions in China (Walker).
.Song I Love to Tell the Story.
Taking Men Alice (Crone).
: Making of Methodism (Carpenter).
First department work, round table
' Brief echoes.
Song, Brighten the Corner Where
is the distilled essence of what we)
have gained from-' experience; it is
that wisdom which helps one to work,
to love and to make life more worth
while for all we meet."
Certain it is that clothes go a long
way towards making a stunning
woman, and certain it is that the lack
of them make an attractive bathing
: A gentleman was sitting under a
palm tree at Silver Springs. He was
surrounded by girls like a race horse
among ; butterflies. He was handling
snapshots, showing them around and
telling of "good times" he and his
pal had recently enjoyed, "Ladies
he said, speaking soft and very low,
"I have laid aside a great ambition
of my soul, that ambition to shine in
what the world calls the smart set.
've put away for a while at least my
super clothes and I'm taking my turn
of sweating with the working world;
I'm learning to lift a common man's
oad, and to eat a comman man's
meal and to think a common man's
hough ts. One of the difficulties I
find among the men of the South, is
hey are so doggoned proud they
have gotten above cornbread and cot
ton shirts. work wmcn endures
comes from the soul of the people.
The mighty in their pride walk along
to destruction. It's the humble who
walk hand in hand with providence to
immortality. Their work survives.
He who lives under it and is loyal to
the American flag is level to truth
and justice everywhere. And he who
is disloyal to it is a traitor to the
"Innocence is bliss," etc., is a good
old adage. Maybe it is, but our eyes
nearly popped out the other day when
we observed entwined about the crown
of one of our city's most patriotic and
prominent women's new summer hat
a wreath of cornflower blossoms. Had
she known these blossoms were the
national flower of Germany she would
have dropped dead in her tracks, and
when she reads this she may do it
anyway. -The cornflower is of that
exquisite color that accentuates to
such a "tharming degree eyes of
sparkling blue when shaded by a j
soft, fluffy erimmed chapeau that we
too regret that it has fallen into the
enemy's hands. American flower
makers long since ceased to manu
The chicken menace in Ocala does
not seem to improve. We have been
requested by many to "do for good
ness sake write a double thunderheai
piece" against chickens running at
large. We -are told that in some sec sections
tions sections of the city the enmity among
neignoors, oecause 01 chickens, is
pathetic, and that scores of them are
not on speaking terms. Even the
ministers are learning to "throw"
Phlllppln Suar Indurtry. ;
f ITlre modern sugar mills are pro projected
jected projected in Negros, P. I with a total
capacity of 5.000 tons of cane dally.
Ten mills with a capacity of 3,000 tons
of cane dally are already In opera
tion In this district.. The movement
for better equipment and organiza organization
tion organization In suar centrals la likely to con
tinue until every sugar, district capa
tie of supporting a central is. supplied
with modern mills. The central rata
cf payment made by the centrals to
ths fanners for their cane is 5 per
cent cf the value of the sugar ob-
JL Ji j j agj ll ji
HlW flbfitHku ttlliMtfdil Swti ftiubia
Take plea'iiire iit aiiiiiDiEecIiiig tffiaat ttliey Iiaw
. lor tlife territory to r
Wo P. T MFMUMSo 5 edis
To Mo MKE9
Ex-Navy Recruiting OlUcer, will have charge oi the selling encl.
FROM THE PENCIL'S POINT
Lota of animated thinkers are poor
' Every married woman travels under
an assumed name.
'. There's always room at the top top-just
just top-just under a man's hat.
' Probably the ocean is treacherous,
because it Is full of craft.
' Powder magazines ought
classified as flash literature.
' He Is a wise man who signs no
r Even the man who Is unable to keep
e horse. may afford a nightmare.
will do just as they please as soon as IjIS
they are twtnty-one; but some of them
E. J. ESTES, President
1187 West Forsytln St.
SALVATION LASSIES WIN
CHILDREN TO A NEW GOSPEL
If you have any
Mrs. Ida Mathews is in Columbus,
We no v have on hand a number of real up-to-date
Bed Room, Dining Room and P.irlor Sets,
and considering the quality the pric s are ex extremely
tremely extremely reaaonable.
Ga., for a short stay-
Mr. Arthur Williams of Arcadia, is
la well known visitor in town.
What have you to sell or trade?
Lcok it up and advertise it in th
Mrs. J. F. Mixson and chidlren are
at Lowell, visiting relatives for a
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We are determined to do our share towards reducing
the high cost of living by giving Special Low Prices on
From Blow until July 201ft, inclusive.
Every item in our entire stock has been reduced in
price the sam proportion as those we mention below.
These prices are only a few selected at random; com compare
pare compare them with those you are now paying for the
same goods; then make up your list and let us help
you reduce the "high cost of living'
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham left
IThursday for Philadelphia to speni
the remainder of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Borden and
family and Miss Mary Scott are
spending a pleasant vaaction at Lake
Miss Winifred; Moore of Jackson
ville, has returned to her home after
a delightful visit in the city, the guest
of Miss Majorie Burnett.
i i.ii -i in- ,n ii ii --
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. ; We're
fighting for QUALITY- not prices. f
Sweet and Sour Pickles, 6 oz.
- bottle .. Il5c
Stringless Beans, No. 2 cans. .15c
Early June Peas No. 2 cans. .... .15c
Ileintz Pork and Beans No. 1 cans 15c
Ileintz Cooked Spaghetti, Italian
style, No. 1 cans... ...15c
Van Camp's Soups, two cans for 25c
. Bee Brand Flavoring Extracts,
assorted flavors, 5 'j drams, net. 15c
No. 3 cans Pie Apples........... 25c
No. 3 cans Pie Peaches. ......... .25c
Grapejuice, pints 40c
Grapejuice, quarts .75c
Loganberry Juice, pints. 40c
Luzianne Coffee, 1 lb ....... .50c
Morning Joy Coffee, 1 lb. ....... .50c
-Golden Rose Coffee, 1 lb. ........ .40c
Our Special Coffee 1 lb. ..50c
Private Estate Coffee, 1 lb. ..... .55c
Green Coffee in bulk, per lb...... .25c
Maxwell House Coffee per lb . 55c
Maxwell House Coffee 3 lb. can. .$1.C0
White House Coffee per lb. 55c
White Hpuse Coffee 3 lb. can. .$1.6u
Pure Lard per lb... ..25c
Compound Lard, per lb. .25c
Pilsbury Flour, 12 lbs... .$1.00
Pilsbury Flour, 24 lbs .......... $2.0u
Gold Medal Flour, 12 lbs. ..... .$1.00
Gold Medal Flour, 24 lbs. ..... .$2.00
Cottolene, 2 lbs. ..... .-. ..... ... ,65c
. Cottolene 4 lbs... ..$1.25
Quaker Oats two pkgs for. . ,25c
Mother's Oats two pkgs for. .... .25c
Armour's Oats two pkgs for.., ...25c
Skmner Macaroni and Spaghetti,
three packages for.-. .......... .'.25c
Eagle Macaroni and Spaghetti,
three packages for .'.25c
Star Naptha, Lighthouse, Gold
Dust, Octagon and Sunshine
Washing Powder 6 pkgs for.... 25c
LAUNDRY SOAPS: Clean Easy,
Crystal White, Rub-No-More,
Sunny Monday and Clairette,
at, per bar .. ,.7c
Upton's Tea, quarter lb. pkg. .20c
Tetley's Tea, quarter lb. pkg. .. .20c
White Bacon, per lb. ...... 24c
First Class Smoked Bacon per lb. .30c
American Cheese per lb .....35c
American Sardines 3 cans for... ,25c
Small size Salmon, per can .... :15c
Tall can Salmon, per can. ...... .25c
Corned Beef, large. .'. . ..... .35c
Roast Beef, large....... ..35e
Mr. Raiford Simmons left early
this morning for Hot Sprinks, Ark.,
where he will be for the next several
weeks for the benefit of his health.
Libby's Dill Pickles. 3 lb. can.... 25c
Sliced Pie Apples No. 1 can .... .25c Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichaol
Sliced Pie Apples No. 2 can. . .40c and daughter, Virginia returned last
Sliced Pie Apples No. 3 can.,:v..60e trom lampa, wnere they motor-
Sliced Peaches. Gold Bar brand. e(I several days ago.
- 15 oz. cans. .30c
Sliced Peaches, Gold Bar brand. Mrs. Charles ; Mathews of Candler
No 2 mnk iSrUeit tne nrst or tne week ior ort
Grated Pineapples, No. 1 cans.... 20c Lauderdale, for a visit of several
Grated Pineapple No. 3 cans...... 40c weeKS Wltn relatives.
TM tin nitvAa in cim411 "I
Plain Olives, medium bottle 20c V I
Stuffed Olives, small bottl'..'Oc &pl,ea?an visit to Tampa jith Mrs.
' luvlnr's sister. Mrs T .1 Nirnn
Stuffed Olives, medium bottle. ...30c I
Asparagus, White Rose ; brand,
No. 2 cans .... . .. .. I .30c
Rumford's Baking Powder, large
size, per can 25c
Calumet Baking Powder, large
size. nr can.....; ....... .-.23c
Royal Baking Powder, large size, L, W. K. Lane, M. Physician and
nr can 50c I ourgeon, specialist Ciye, c.ar, xose and
Roval IUkinir Powder, small size. inroai. umce over & ana iu cent store.
C F I i-V
per can . ....... .... .25c r
Hirsch'ft Annie Rutcr. 10 oz. lar..25c
Lippincott's Apple Butter, 14 yx Mrs- J- P. Galloway and children
07 iar ncr iar SOeiaiter a aeiigntiui two weeKs visit m
r i j. a ii t r ii
Heintz Annie Butter 2 lb. iar 75c rcaaia ai me nome oi Mrs. uauo
Curtis Bros. Jams, assorted fruit. way's sister, Mrs. Bell, have returned
15 oz, jars..... .............. .35c nome-
Wilson's Jell v.. assort p1 fmitjt.
j j -r ,.
7, oz. Plass 15c Mrs. o. J. rrazier ana son, men-
- I m C7 I 1 1 j
Van Camp's Peanut Butter, small afa oiaKeiana, win arrive toaay to
size ner plass is. vi? me iormers parents, Mr. ana
Van Cam n Peanut Butter, med- e"y amett lor an maennite
ium size, per glass....... 25c Poa
Van famn's Ppannt Butter, larcnp
r o i r Ti.i i r r-
nxw ..rlneo kit irs. ivoiana iviarsn ana son oi oan-
"Covo" Oil for cooking and salads, iu, nave returnea 10 meir nome
or-1 alter a pleasant stay witn Mrs.
Covo" Oil, quart ...............65c Marsh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
aii ioc. u rooms at.. toe
All f T x AA.
aii JL flrwins ai awe i nnu An u. D T
ill At nr Tt n I iiioiijuituua i v. --
a.. rWiuB ............ suffering from a broken arm the
Hcintz Pure Cider Vinegar, pint result of crankinsr his car at Lowell
bottle, for .................... zac vesterdav.
ileintz rure cider Vinegar, qt,.. .4UC
ileintz Cider Vinegar, y2 gal. .. .. 3c Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Good Grade Vinegar, pint bottle. .15c I clothing & Shoe Company. Every
Good Grade Vinegar, qt. bottle. .ZOc I thing we sell in guaranteed. We're
Crisco, 1 lb. can. .......... . ;35c fighting for QUALITY not prices- t
Cnsco, 1 Vi lb. can. ............. .sue
Little Miss Ida Attwood, niece of
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dankwertz of Pe
dro, has returned from a most enjoy
able two weeks' stay with Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Reed of Weirsdale.
Crisco, 3 lb. can., ........ ... $1.00
Onions, per lb. ... ............. .6c
REMEMBER that Onr Guarantee stands back of every
purchase you make. Your purchases will be
promptly delivered anywhere in the city limits. Our
line of STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES is com complete,
plete, complete, and we solicit your patronage.
It we are not now serving you,
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Miss Ruby Cappleman and her lit
tie sister, Dorothy left yesterday aft
ernoon for Jacksonville, where they
will visit for a few days before go
ing to White Springs for a stay of
OUR LINE OF
Crippled limbs bear mute witness to
infantile paralysis ravages among
New Jersey children to whom the
Salvation Army is giving the "milk
A new gospel Is being preached by
Salvation Lassies In at least two cities
In the United States.
It is a "gospel of, clean milk" and
fots of It. School children In Union
Hill, N. J which Is just across the
Hudson River from New York, and
Covington, Ky., are already benefiting
from the modern gospel. v
Union Hill Salvationists were the
first to start the milk crusade, and
there 60 quarts of the healthful fluid
are dispensed free each day. In this
town the ravages of Infantile paralysis
about two years ago were especially
severe, as Is shown-by the number of
crippled poor children who benefit from
the Army's treatment
In Covington the crusade Is educa educational
tional educational as well as charitable In nature,
and the lassies preach the clean milk
gospel with all their usual fervor.
Charitable and relief work for Amer-
Salvatlonist preaching the "gospel ef
clean milk" in Covington, Ky.
lea's, destitute and sick children has
long constituted a big part of the Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army's activities. Through
milk stations, fresh air farms, seashore,
homes, nurseries, orphanages, hospi hospitals
tals hospitals and with food, clothing, medicines
and the like the Salvationists aided al almost
most almost half a million children In the
United States last year. This child child-saving
saving child-saving work Is one of the organiza organization's
tion's organization's many non-self-supporting activi activities
ties activities which is financed by the once-a-year
Home Service Appeal. This year's
appeal Is scheduled for Mav 10 to aa
MR. AND MRS. MASON
Mrs. Corinne Thomas and Mrs. A.
M. Bobbitt of Slearwater, returned to
their home yesterday. They came to
Ocala some time ago on account of
the illness and death of their father,
Mr. S. S. Knight.
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Miss Helen Leitner's friends will
regret to learn-that she was operated
on "for appendicitis yesterday at the
Marion County, Hospital, but news
from, her bedside this morning was
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Mason and Mrs.
Mason's little sister, Musan Stovall,
left by automobile shortly",after noon
today for their home in Tampa. Mrs.
Mason's many friends always wel
come her most cordially on-her return
visits to Ocala and were delighted
to make the acquaintance of her hus
band on their present visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Preer and fam
ily will in the near future occupy the
house of Dr. J. E. Chace's in Linwood
Heights and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lan
caster and daughter. Miss Dorothy
Lancaster will move into the house
that Mr. and Mrs. Preer will vacate
and which was recently purchased by
Mr. F. D. Lancaster of Philadelphia.
Delightfully informal and interest
ing was the five-table auction party
last evening at which Miss Mary Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford was the charming hostess, enter
taining at her home on Fort King
avenue in compliment to Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Mason of Tampa.
Miss Burford greeted her guests at
the front door and introduced them to
the honorees in the front hall, after
which the hostess' sister, Miss Agnes
Burford, served them, to refreshing
punch from a prettily ornamented tea
w n standing to the side of the re reception
ception reception hall.
The guests were given dainty hand
painted score cards, the clever work
of Mrs. Burford, the hostess' mother,
and when all had arrived the games
The five tables were comfortably
and cozily arranged in the three
large front rooms, which were opened
en suite, and many vases and hang hanging
ing hanging baskets of handsore astors and
dahlias tastily placed in appropriate
manner made the rooms most attrac attractive,
tive, attractive, while electric fans made the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere comfortably cool, as the
players found pleasure in this always
At the conclusion of over two hours
of playing, Miss Burford and Miss
Anes Burford served refreshments
consisting of frozen pear salad, sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, salted almonds and cheese
moulded and colored to resemble an
. Two handsome hand-painted pic pictures,
tures, pictures, done from natural scenery, the
work of Mrs. Burford, were the prizes
given to Mr. and Mrs. Mason as re remembrances
membrances remembrances and to Mr. Frank Har Harris
ris Harris for making high score. To Mr. M.
C. Izlar fell the consolation prize, an
article for "milady's lingerie," which
proved most amusing to the guests.
During Mr. and Mrs. Mason's short
visit in Ocala they .have been tender tendered
ed tendered many social attentions, but none
were more pleasant than the one last
evening. The following were those
present: Mrs. Oscar Berger, Mrs. C.
B." Ayer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hocker,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Camp, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr. and Mrs. J.
C. B. Koonce, Misses Eloise Henry,
Onie Chazal and Alice Bullock, are
Messrs. Clarence Camp, Whit Pal
mer, Carlisle Izlar, Louis Chazal, O
B. Howse, Frank Harris Jr.
land and Messrs. Edmund Wheeler,
Willis Caruthers, Roy Caruthers,
Carol Fussell, Donald Fussell, Willie
Gctzen and Neil Brown. Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon the above parties were enter entertained
tained entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Gates. All enjoyed their trip and
went home vowing they would come
Miss Myrtle Hickey is enjoying a
visit from her sister, Mrs. H. F. Kin Kin-nane
nane Kin-nane and family of Birmingham.
'.There were quite a good many pic picnic
nic picnic parties around the lake on the 4th.
Mr. C. S. Gates is on the sick list
this week. We wish him a speedy re recovery.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the old Star office building at 7:30 p.
n. A warm welcome always extended
o visiting brothers.
C. W. Moremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
The Orlando friends of Mrs. Frank-
ie Krause will regret to learn that
she continues quite ill at the Harring
ton Hall. Mrs. Krause joined her
brother and sister here Saturday f oi
an auto trip to New York, but she
took a severe attack of asthma the
following day and has been confined
to her room continuously since that
ead the Star Want Ads. It pays
Mrs. T. J. Blalock after a five
weeks visit in Jacksonville with her
daughter, Mrs. Clarence Phillips, has
returned to Ocala, where she makes
her home with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. Mrs. Blalock's little grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Irma Philips, accompanied
her to Ocala, continuing her trip to
Tampa, where she will visit her aunt,
Mrs. T. J. Nixon for sevearl weeks.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, July 10. Mr
Milton Albertson had the misfortune
of breaking his finger last Thursday
He was playing ball and the ball
struck on the end of his finger and
Mrs. Belle Foss has been occupying
her cottage here for the past two
Mr. Ray Anderson, wife and baby.
Elizabeth, came up from Tampa and
spent last week with Mrs. Anderson':
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gates. They
returned home Tuesday accompanied
by their little daughter, Doris, who
has been visiting the past month with
Rev. E. C. Albertson and wife
spent last week at Daytona.
Mr. James Devaney and wife spent
last week on the east coast, visiting
Miss Lillie Whitting returned home
Friday from a visit spent in Candler.
Mr. Marion Devaney left Tuesday
of this week to spent the summer in
Thursday a party of young folks
from Webster came up and camped
on the lake for a couple of days.
Those in the party were Mrs. Charles
Brown, Miss Minnie Fussell, Mrs.
Bruton, Misses Agnes Yeoman, Mabel
Yeomen, Miss Gardner from Lakc-
j Silver Springs
Sunday Afternoon I
NOTICE FOR BIDS
The Board of Public Instruction
will receive bid3
On July 15th, 1920
for the repair and putting in first
class condition the heating plant at
the Ocala high school and at the Ocala
primary school. Said bids to be in
ans and snecifica
tinn tn hi sppn and examined in the
office of the Board of Public Instruc
tion. Said bids to be accompanied
Hfi a ei'tifipH rhpk for 5 tier cent.
of Wd. The board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
By Order of the Board of Public
Instruction, W. v. Carn,
BIDS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION
OF SCHOOL BUILDING WANTED
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Public Instruction, Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids for
the construction of a school building
at Reddick, on
July 15th, 1920
according to plans and specifications
to be secured from A. C. Price, Ocala
Fla., or may be seen in the office of
the superintendent-of public instruc
tion. Bids mdy be made on the build
ing as a whole or may be made on
any part of the building.
All bidders must deposit 2 per
cent of their bids a3 a guarantee of
good faith. The board exercises the
right to reject any and all bids.
7-2-sat i W. D. Cam, Secretary.
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Temperature thi3 morning, 69;, this
afternoon, 94. i
Rev. D. W. West, formerly of
Hartford, Conn., will be officially in installed
stalled installed as pastor of the Mount Moriah
Baptist church July 12-16,4920. All
are invited. He was called from Rad Radford,
ford, Radford, Va., two years ago to the pas pastorate
torate pastorate of the Third Baptist church at
Suf field, Conn. He was called to
Mount Moriah church March 7, 1920.
All women are alike. Page 58, Lit Literary
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Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Russell and
children have returned from a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to Worthington Springs and
Alachua. Next week they will leave
for Pablo Beach and Jacksonville,
where they will visit for several
weeks and then go to points in North
Carolina for a stay before returning
The Epworth Leaguers of Kendrick
chaperoned by the president, Mrs.
Bradford C. Webb, greatly enjoyed a
picnic supper and splash party July
6th at Lake Weir. The party of 32
motored to the lake at 5 p. m., enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the hospitality of the Connor docks
iuk1 bath houses and a splash and
picnic supper were enjoyed by all.
Then all joined in singing America,
Uiich was followed by another swim,
and the party left for home at 11:30,
a tired but very happy bunch of young
Would a man do it? Literary Di Digest,
gest, Digest, page 58. It
It is with much regret that Ocala
learns that Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown
and daughter, Miss Helen Brown, will
in the very near future leave this city
to make their home in Miami, where
Mr. Brown will again engage in the
retail grocery business, having re recently
cently recently bought a splendid business
there. Mrs. Brown is with Mr. Brown
in Miami and just as soon as a home
.-car--be secured they will return to
Ocala to make preparations for their
removal to that city. For many years
Mr. Brown with his brother, Mr. Abe
, Brown, conducted very successfully
the Teapot Grocery in this city, which
business was sold to Mr. Harvey
Clark. Since that time Mr. Brown
has been engaged in the wholesale
grocery business, which he recently
sold to the Lewis-Chitty Co.. 6f Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Although the departure of
this family will be thecause of much
regret to Ocala people, they go with
the best wishes of all their friends
for much happiness and success in
their new home.
Literary Digest, page 58. Read it. It
Mr. Walter Wells leaves this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a visit to Atlanta.
Mr. E. T. Helvenston leaves this
evening for a business visit to Texas.
Mri A. R. Sandlin, the citrus fruit
expert, was in town yesterday and to today.:":
day.:": today.:": Mr. Bart Corley, city editor of the
Leesburg Commercial, is greeting his
numerous friends here today.
Mr. J. F. Cocowith and family of
Dunnellon were welcome visitors -in
Capt. Tom Bridges, who has return returned
ed returned from Atlanta, reports his brother,
Mr. R. L. Bridges, who he placed in a
sanitarium there, as somewhat im improved.
Mr. Marcus Frank will leave for
New York tonight or tomorrow morn morning.'
ing.' morning.' It's needless to say that his
friends here hope he will soon pay
them another visit.
our old citizens, he and his brother
Don having built many residences and
some business blocks here. .He made
a visit to California last summer, but
had not time to come over to Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael
and daughter, Virginia are home from
TampaK where the little girl went a
few days ago for a minor operation
on her throat. Her friends will be
glad to know she is quite well now.
They came from Tampa with Mr.
Jchn T. Moore in his car. Mr. Moore
drove by the Auburndale, Mascot and
Groveland route, and found, except
for a short stretch, good riding.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Mrs, J. Bradford Webb and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Julia Webb and Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Webb of Kendrick, Mrs.
Chas. C. Driggers of Oxford, Mrs.
Julia E. Gates and Mrs. Forbes of
South Lake Weir, and Mrs. Frank
Dupuis of Lowell, were shoppers and
visitors in town this morning.
Mr. Harry M- Wood of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, and his five bright children,
were in. town last night, on their way
in their car for a visit to relatives in
Alabama. Mr. Wood and his Wife
managed our first movie theater here
twelve years ago, and h&va always
been kindly remembered by their
friends. Mrs. Wood.- we sorrow to say,
died about two years ago, but the
children are as bright and handsome
a bunch of little chaps as you can find
anywhere. They will return home via
Ocala in a few weeks.V
Mr. D. E. Mclver has received let letters
ters letters and a magazine from his brother,
Mr. Alonzo Mclver, who thirty years
ago was a well-known resident of
Ocala, but who now makes his home
in Seward, the beginning of the great
railroad which the American govern government
ment government is building thru Alaska. Mr.
Alonzo Mclver is well remembered by
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve
nir.gs of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Iodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street. i
C. Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J Crook, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. &L
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 cordia
welcome to. visiting brothers.
W. M. Parker, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
The Doughnut Band.
Twenty young Salvation army las lassies
sies lassies who cooked doughnuts for the
soldiers in France have organized a
brass band in Philadelphia.
Emerson said: "Nothing great was ever
achieved without enthusiasm."
Our customers are Enthusiastic people.
Enthusiastic over the fact that they,
through their efforts, are saving money on
their grocery bills.
Enthusiasm is Contagious
And if you hang around tills store very long
yon will calcb it.
A Customer's Talk
One of our customers remarked to us that
he liked this store because it is a medium
through which children can be taught econ economy.
omy. economy. It's a good thought. Let them know
the value of a Dollar,
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time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six times
75c; one month. $3. Payable in advance.
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WANTED Honey. Send two-ounce
sample to Jacksonville Cracker
Works, Jacksonville, Fla. 28-lm
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FOR SALE House and lot with all
latest improvements; Ford truk;
rock 1 face cement block machine;
also second hand lumber 2xl0's 18
ft. long, 2x6's 16 ft long. Cheap
for cash. Carl Wenzel, 702 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St. 5-17- eow
FOR SALE Five room house in
North Ocala, four lots; good well;
close in. AppI to J. W. Gates,
Ocala, Fla. 6-12t
WANTED Fifty tie choppers at
once. Come ready to work. Apply
to Mr. J. F. JHampton, Cornell, Fla.,
or H. C. Bilbro, care Carroll Motors
Co., Ocala, Fla. 7-6t
WANTED To. exchange nice Nortn
Lake Weir home and small grove,
fine for week ends and Sundays, for
a good rental house- and lot in
Ocala. Address, Home, care Ocala
LOST A ten dollar bill at postof-
fice (Thursday. July 8.) Return to
Mrs. M. E. Williams at Rheinauer
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FOR SALE Gas range. Call at Star
office and ask for R. N. Dosh.
The Kind fio
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DAVIES, The Tire Man
of all kinds
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New York Market
FOR SALE One-ton G. M. C. truck;
1919 model, very little used. Have
bought a three-ton truck and have
no use for the one-ton. A bargain.
Easy payments. Drop a postal to
A. G. Streva, Ocala, Fla., for a free
FLOORING FOR SALE Car load of
Martel No. 1 common flooring- at
. $65 per 1000; will regrade about 20
per cent. B and B. Can be had at
lot between Jake Brown's ware warehouse
house warehouse and packing house. First
come first served. This is $15 below
yard prices. John Thomson, phone
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dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
Mattie Dowen, Complainant, vs. John
C. Bowen, Defendant Order for
It i ordered that the defendant
he-rein named, to-vit: John C. Bowen,
be and he is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint in this cause
on or before
Monday, the 2nd day of August, 1923
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 23th day of June, 1920.
(Ct. Ct. Seal) P. .II. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
D. Niel Ferguson,
Complainant's Solicitor. C-2g-sat
Arrival and departure of passenger
tra ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
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SEABOARD AIB LINE RAILROAD
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4 :0 j pm
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Jacksonville 1:30 pm
Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tampa 2:15 tsa
Tamna-Manatee 1:35 pm
j4:U.rrm Tampa-SL Petrsbrer 4:05 pm
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i; lb pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 j.m
jf': i2am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 dm
i.lbam St.Petsrjr-Lakeland z:ii:s.m
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7:10 am Dunnelion-Wilcox
7:2.'. am Dur.ellon-Lkeiand 11:03 pm
3 :2Z pm Homosassa 1:00 pra
10:18pm Leesburg C:42 ain
1:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
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Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.