Weather Forecast: Local showers
probably tonight and Thursday.
OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4. 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 1X6
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American Bar Association Favors I
Adootion of the Versailles Pact
St. Louis, Aug. A. Ratification of
the peace treaty, including the league J
of nations covenant, without amend- J
ments. will be recommended at the I
convention of the American Bar As-
sociation here, August 25 to 27, in-j
clusive. The recommendation will be I
in the majority report of a special
committee appointed to consider the I
The committee which signed the re-1
port was composed of Edgar A. Ban- j
croft, of Chicago, William H. Wad-
hams, of New York, and the late
Frederick N.Judson, of this city.
Charles Blood Smith, of Topeka,
Kan., and Henry St. Geo. Tucker, ot
Lexington, Va., will present a minor
ity report, in which they assert they
are "unable to concur" wath the ma-
Sections of reports to be presented
at the convention have been received
by members of the local arrange arrangements
ments arrangements committee. The reports treat
of various subjects.
.v TSr f omr"eer i5- 6 opmiC11
that the treaty including the propos
als for a league of nations, should be
ratified without amendment," the ma majority
jority majority report of the treaty declares.
"The world is anxious to return to a
more settled condition which awaits
the termination of the great war. If
amendments are proposed by the
United States, other governments
would undoubtedly propose amend amendments,
ments, amendments, and it is unlikely that a sec second
ond second conference could produce a more
"It is particularly fitting that the
United States should support the pro
posal for this league. The league is
based upon our own experience in a
fedration of states enjoying liberty
and peace. It has been our high des
tiny to join with pur allies in prevent preventing
ing preventing the destruction of liberty and
establishing it as the governing
principle in the life of the states.
"Upon entering the war
pressed it as our desire and purpose I
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lO Secure iiuir.umjr iui uuiauca, mmv
for all nations of the world, an endur
ing peace, based upon those princi principles
ples principles of liberty and of justice which
we enjoy. The league is organized
for that purpose. Should the United
States refuse to enter the league it
would defeat its organization; should
the United States join, it gives the
best assurance of its success."
Dealing with the subjetc of amend
ment sand reservations, the report
iterates that amendments are de destructive
structive destructive to the pact, and emphasizes
, that only interpretative reservations
"should be permitted
Another report suggests that the
election of the president of the Unit
ed States and his inauguration be
brought nearer together, and that the
short session of the old Congress be
The interval between the election
and inauguration of a president, this
report declares, is a "serious evil,
fraught with. much danger, because,
if an administration is discredited by
a popular vote of want of confidence,'
the prestige of the government at
home and abroad is weakened and
there is danger of humiliation and
disaster to the republic." The report
does not recommend any other date
for the election or the inauguration.
Recommendation that the making
of rules for the conduct of aviation be
held in abeyance until airplanes be become
come become more numerous, is set forth in
The committee on international law
will present a report which states
that, after outlining developments of
the reconstruction period, it ."finds
little to record of wise and final ad
justment or of complete record."
Commenting on the meeting of the
organization committee of the per permanent
manent permanent court of international justice
under the league of nations, the re
port says: "At last a body distinctly
legal, a body of our cloth -and pro
f ession. is seeking, and is given an
opportunity to organize international
iustice and prepare for its enforce
ment in the world."
A lartre number of prominent
speakers are expected to address the
association, including Sir Auckland
Geddes. British ambasador to the
United States: Franklin K. Lane,
former secretary of the interior: Al
bert J Beveridee. of Indiana, former
TInitpd States senator, and Judee
Ben B. Lindsey of Denver. Hampton
L. Carson, of Philadelphia, is presi
dent of the association.
A number of important allied bod
ies will meet here in conjunction wih
the ronvention. Thev include the na
tional conference of commissioners on
uniform laws, conference of dele delegates
gates delegates form state and local bar asso
ciations, association of American law
schools, and the national association
Advertising builds i business.
Beat It Away from the River Bag I
Without Destroying the
(Associated Press) I
Pans, Aug. 4. French and British
military experts at Warsaw tele- J
graphed last night that Warsaw must I
be evacuated within two or three
days. The Polish forces along the I
Bug river, Warsaw's last line of
fense, retreated so precipitately they I
did not destroy the bridges behind
them. The government is expected J
to move to Cracow. The Poles have I
little hope of arranging an armistice.
WHITE COLLARS DEATH WAR-
Alwt(lin F. 't Prui Ar. 4
oaaM ,wio tv,ot KUhJVi
in the eastern occupied region are
shooting all and owners, property
holders and others suspected of hav
I lilt; iVJ A TV All TV t S W V.
lflarSf th;y declai.e, is sufficient evi-
ing money, lne wearing oi wnite
dence for a death warrant.
Do you have to trade at any cer-
tain place to aspire for a social
cf ar1ircr nr Ice if oaf aVilicVioj-1 qa vftll i
f urthest? If so, try trading at
OHIO RAILROAD TOWN
WAS WIPED OUT
uayton, Aug. 4. isradiord, a
railroad center with 2000 population,
near here, was wiped out by fire to
day. The loss wil ltotal a million dol
lars, according to reports here.
, (Associated Press)
Marion, O., Aug.. 4. Senator Hard
ing in his speech here today said an
appeal to the classes was a menace
second only to the surrender of na
tionality to internationality and he
would rather have industrial and so-1
cial peace at home than command
the international peace of all the
WWM. HrHMU IV WWUB W UUWi
for this country to permit our activi
ties in seeking peace in the old world
to blind us to the essentials of peace
New York Democrats in Convention
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Aug. 4.-
The state democratic convention to-
av JtA nia4fm mIHii frtr
""v t-v- r I
mwuucaiiuu vi uu? ivomu wit w
dor sing the Wilson administration,
Cox and Roosevelt and the Irish re
public Governor Smith was endors
ed for re-nomination and party lead
era hope to nominate Lieutenant Gov-
ernor Walker for the United States
Cox Considering Woman Suffrage
Dayton, O Aug. 4. Governor Cox
with no engagements, today consider
ed the woman suffrage fight in Ten-
nsseej where he has been urged to
renew his efforts for ratification by
the state legislature.
' Ty Cobb May Speak for Cox
New York, Aug. 4. Senator Har
rison, of Mississippi, announced to
day that he proposed Ty Cobb, the
baseball player, on a swing around
the circuit to speak for : Cox and
Strike Leaders to be Indicted
Chicago, Aug. 4. It is reported the
federal grand jury will report i
dictments against 41 leaders in the
recent railroad strike thi safternoon.
FLORIDA BOY SCOUTS
AT THE W ORLD'S FRONT
London, Aug. 4.t A team of Amer
ican Boy Scouts from Miami, Fla., at
the international Boy Scout "jambo-
ree ruesday established wnat is be
j lieved to be a world's record in trek
I cam compeuuon.
Eight American boys, competing
j against eight Welsh boys covered 5001
I yards over obstacles with a two
1 wheeled cart loaded with eight sand
I bags, weighing 450 pounds, in two
minutes, hity-three seconds. lne
teams had to unload the carts, get
them over a wall, reload them and
run through a' pool of water. The
Welsh team took more than four min
R. A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
I Chapter No. 13 R. A. 1L. on the fourth
I Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
ti. H. wesson. LL. r.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Republicans Decide that He Should
Not Stick to the Front
Marion, O., Aug. 4. The second
delegation to take part in the front
porch campaign of Sentaor Harding,
consisting of a tramload of republi
cans from Wayne county, marched to
de-jthe Harding ersidence today, whoop-
ing for Harding and Coolidge. Mean-
while Harding's managers were coun
selling over several proposals for
speaking trips away from Marion.
One suggested a tour to the Pacihc
coast and as far south as Tennessee.
TELL THE PEOPLE
TO PAY MORE TAXES
That is Generally the Result of a
Meeting of the. Teach erbund
Chattanooga, Aug. 4. Five hun
dred educators, business and profes professional
sional professional men are attending the educa educational
tional educational conference at Monteagle to
gather practical examples of success-
IU1 suons oi soutnern school proo-
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The reason the east has an advan
tage over all other sections of the
country in tennis is due to the fart
that easterners have more time to
play the game, according to Dr. Ed Edward
ward Edward T. Pancoast, formerly one of
the best players in Philadelphia, but
now of Peru, Ind.
The flamingo, characterized as the
"Bird of Beauty and Mysters,". will
be saved from extinction by an order
in council by the government of the
Bahama Islands, the National Geo
graphic Society announces. Complete
protection will be given the birds
which nest in the marshes of the if 1
Scientists are greatly interested in
the probable route followed by
wisitania life belt recently picked jup
in the Delaware river off one of the
city piers in the center of Philadel
phia. They estimate it traveled from
12,000 to 15,000 miles and required
more than five years in its journey.
Live stock dealers in Spain have
begun a campaign against the sug
gested introduction of extensive
quantities of cold storage meat from
the Argentine and Australia. They
foresee with the rapidly increasin
number of refrigerating vessels avail
ui i.u v.u;i,-i
on a large scale from the two coui
tries named, and with the realization
of this prospect the reduction to the
vanishing point of the huge, profits
they have been making since the out
break of hostilities in 1914.
F. C. Tobey, representing the Har-
riman Line, which is about to estab establish
lish establish sailings to the Black Sea, was in
Constantinople recently and said it is
likely that line will establish month monthly
ly monthly passenger sailings from New York
to the Levant.
"France is on the way to recovery,"
Eugene Schneider, the ironmaster
told the delegates to the Internaticn Internaticn-al
al Internaticn-al Chamber of Commerce at its dedi dedicatory
catory dedicatory session in the Sorbonne. He
supported his optimism with figures
on the reconstruction of the devas devastated
tated devastated regions. These f showed that
2412 factories employing 235 persons
were operating in the invaded depart departments.
ments. departments. This, however, was compared
to 3633 factories employing; 668,000
people before the war.
Representatives of a Swedish com
pany have made proposals to the Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian government looking to the es establishment
tablishment establishment of a print paper manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing plant in the state of Pa Parana.
rana. Parana. Among other advantages ask asked
ed asked of the government is that of free
entry of necessary machinery.
Montenegrin children are Being
taught to make their own shoes. Ma Material
terial Material for 500 pairs of shoes has been
sent to Danilovgrad where orphanage
boys will be taught the trade. The
Danilovgrad schooL founded by the
Red Cross, is the pioneer trade school
On the river bank in the outskirts
j of Vienna is the "Cemetery of the
I Nameless," where bodies taken from
l the Danube are buried. Vandals have
I completely stripped it. Grave mark
j ings were removed and the coffins
(exhumed and broken up for firewood.
Atwo-inch section of sea-bottom
with its tiny animal and plant like
magnified 15000 times, has been re
produced in glas sand wax at the Am American
erican American Museu mof Natural History in
New York city. It is called the Bry
ozoan Group, taking its name from
I the minute sea-animals popularly
leaned sea-mats and sea-moses, tsat
Wheat Forced Down When Market
..Opened this Morning but Stead-
; ily Climbed Up Again
(Associated Press) rf
Chicago, Aug. 4. A sensational
smash in the wheat market of 13
cents this morning at the opening
was followed by an equally sensa
tional recovery of 11 cents." Business
on a big scale and the rush to sell ap appeared
peared appeared to be based upon the unfavor unfavorable
able unfavorable financial report.
FARM NOTES BY
THE COUNTY AGENT
Reports are coming in that he
sweet potato caterpillar has made its
appearance in the southern portion of
the county and in some fields has al
ready done considerable damage.
Starting this early in the season, the
chances are that it will do much ser
ious injury to the potato crop if net
checked. It will be well for all potato
growers to keep a close watch on
their fields and be prepared to fight
this insect as soon as it arrives.
The most effective remedy is arse
nate of lead at the rate of one pound
of the powder to 50 gallons, of water,
with two pounds of quicklime added.
The solution should be sprayed on "n
the early part of the day or so that
there will be time for it to dry before
a rain comes. If the lead arsenate
paste is used instead of the powder,
but two pounds to 50 gallons of water
with the same amount of quicklime.
Possibly an easier... and more conven
ient way of applying the lead where
there is no sprayer at hand is to dust
the lead arsenate powder on the
plants early in the morning or late in
the evening when the dew is on them.
Corn sacks, or cheese-cloth bags, flour
sacks, etc., can be used and shaken
over the vines so that the powder will
sift down on them. With each pound
of powder mix two pounds of air- j
slaked or nydrated lime. About two
pounds of the powder, or four pounds
of .the paste, will be required for each
acre. Zinc arsenate will answer in
the place of the lead arsenate. Also,
the velvet bean caterpillar has shown
up earlier than for several years and
may occasionally affect the yield of
the bean crop. The remedy for this
is the same as for the potato worm.
The time to cut beggarweed for hay
is when the head bunches to blorm.
Cut at this stage the hay is of a bet better
ter better quality and the second crop will
be heavier than if the bloom and seed
are allowed to form. Usually the crop
is permitted to grow too old, and
many of the lower leaves ,have shed
off and the stems become woody. The
best hay from any crop is always that
made the most quickly and with the
least exposure to sun and air. Too
much exposure to run bleaches the
hay and also makes it less palatable
and less digestible. Nearly all kinds
of hay should be put in windrows at
least the day after they are cut, and
some of the lighter ones in the cock.
Beggarweed should be raked into
windrows as soon as well wilted in
order to avoid the loss of leaves that
happens when handled too dry and
placed in cocks by the second day.
When the cock is well cured, even
though not absolutely dry in the mid middle,
dle, middle, the hay should be hauled to the
barn or stacked. First class beg beggarweed
garweed beggarweed hay is a superior article and
deserves more attention by Florida
farmers. Why should we want to
grow alfalfe when we have a plant
that is just as good, better suited to
our soil and climatic conditions and
much easier grown ?
The campaign carried on in thi3
county last year against the corn
weevil was a big success. Where the
cribs were made tight and the proper'
amount of gas used the results were
almost perfect. No investment that
a Florida farmer can make will pay
hiro any better than the money spent
in building a tight crib for controll controlling
ing controlling the weevil. The use of carbon
bisulphide will positively kill the
weevil, but the crib must be tight.
The experience of last year has em emphasized
phasized emphasized the importance of paying at attention
tention attention to three points when treating
corn for controlling the weevil. The
crib must be tight for best results,
corn should be allowed to go through
the usual sweat before it is treated
or the crib closed up, and the gas
should not be left in too long. Pr3b Pr3b-ably
ably Pr3b-ably the corn should be left in the
crib with the doors open nearly three
weeks before the carbon is put in and
the crib closed. It is also probably
iest to open the crib and let the gas
out at the end of thirty-six to forty forty-eight
eight forty-eight hours. Wm. A. Sessoms,
CIGAR FACTORY wants a man to
place cigars with the retail trade;
man with car preferred. Big pay.
Cigar Factory, Box 204, Starke,
Otherwise for the British
Send a Sharp Note to
London, Aug. 4. The British gov government
ernment government has addressed a sharp note
to the soviet demanding a yes or no
answer to whether the bolsheviki in intend
tend intend to listen to the suggestion that
the Russians halt at the armistice
line of demarkation in Poland and be begin
gin begin peace negotiations. The British
are irritated over what they believe
to be the Soviet's equivocation.
FOOLISH TO EXPECT BOLS TO
London, Aug. 4. Postponement cf
the Polish-soviet armistice negotia negotiations
tions negotiations is viewed here as creating an
anxious situation likely to involve
abandonment of the proposed confer conference
ence conference of the Allies, Poland and the
soviet for settlement of the Polish
MRS. GEORGE WILL
MOVE TO CLEARWATER
A. J. Moore this morning sold his
palatial home on the bayshore to Mrs.
Florence E. George of Morriston.
Mrs. George will take possession in
rbout a month and expects to make it
her year-round home. The consider consideration
ation consideration is understood to have been $35. $35.-000.
000. $35.-000. The Moore home is one of the best
in the city. It was built Jby a Mr.
Kimball, who died a short time after
it was completed. It then passed into
the hands of Jeffords & Smoyer, who
owned it for several years.' Mr. Moore
purchased the property last spring.
He has recently had it painted and
improved in many ways and furnish furnished
ed furnished throughout. It is a magnificent
property and the new owner is to be
congratulated on her purchase.
Mrs. George spent her honeymoon
in Clearwater eighteen years ago, and
has had the city in mind for a perma permanent
nent permanent home ever since. She will take
possession about the last of August,
and will make it her year-round home.
We congratulate Clearwater, but
are sorry to lose Mrs. George. She
is one of the 'brightest and most
charming ladies of West Marion and
East Levy and her friends will miss
The illustrated lecture given at the
Baptist church last night by Rev.
Hines, which was a splendid repre representation
sentation representation of Jesus' life and services,
on earth, accompanied by wonderful
illustartions of the Holy Land, cannct
be suitably portrayed by a mere pen
picture. A perfect synopsis only of
this finished literary production could
in any way give one an idea of the
beautiful significance of his intense
ly interesting theme, which was lis listened
tened listened to with unabated attention
throughout the entire lecture, and it
is earnestly hoped that Mr. Hines
may be induced to repeat this lecture
for the benefit of those who were cot
fortunate enough to have heard him
A GOOD MOVE PUSH IT ALONG
Ocala, Fla., July 30.
We, the, undersigned, cheerfully
give the amount set by our name to
a fund for the purpose of having built
sufficient benches to accommodate the
crowds who love to come out and hear
Samuel E. Leigh, $5 A. T. Thomas,
$5; cash, $5; D. W. Tompkins, $5;
cash, $2.50; cash, $1; cash, $1; O..K.
Teapot Grocery, $5; Lester Lucas, $1;
C. W. Moremen, $1; N. T. Mitchell,
$1; C. G. Rose, $1; W. H. Chambers,
$2; J. H. Benjamin, $2; L. E. Futch,
$1; Ford Garage, $2; Franks, Inc., one
bench; Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank, $5; L. T. Izlar, $2; Rheinauer
& Co., $2; John H. Good, $1; Ocala
Telephone Co., $3; cash, $1; Fred
Hocker, $1; G. C. Shephard. $1; The
Commercial Bank, $5; B. Goldman,
$1; J. Malever, $1; Blalock Bros., $1;
A. E. Gerig, $1; L. R. Chazal, $1; G.
S. Scott, $1; cash, 50c.; Mack Taylor,
50c.; Walkley & Barnett. $2.50; W. E.
Montgomery, Federal Bakery, $5;
Rogers-Wilson Realty Co., $5; H. A.
Waterman, $3; Miller Bros., $1; F. W.
Ditto, $1; Joseph Needham, $1; cash,
$1; George MacKay, $5; H. B. Bit Bitting,
ting, Bitting, 50 cents; Marion Hardware Co.,
$5; cash, 50c.; cash, 5c.; H. B. Clark Clark-son,
son, Clark-son, $3; E. C. Jordan & Co., $2; The
Weihe Co., $1; cash, $1.
Forty inch VOILE to close out at
42 cents at FISHEL'S. 4-4t
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec sec-opd
opd sec-opd and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
; J. CL Bray, C, C. ;
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Returns from Primaries in the Cen Central
tral Central States Show Issues are
St. Louis, Aug. 4. Unofficial news newspaper
paper newspaper returns from yesterday's pri primaries
maries primaries show that Gore is still far be behind
hind behind Ferris for the democratic sena senatorial
torial senatorial nomination in Oklahoma. Davis,
republican, is leading Senator Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, in Missouri, for renominaticn,
and Long, democrat,. has a small lead
for senator. Allen in Kansas, is lead leading
ing leading for the republican gubernatorial
nomination by a safe majority. At Atkinson,
kinson, Atkinson, republican, and Hyde, demo democrat,
crat, democrat, both dry, are far ahead for gov governor
ernor governor in Missouri.
IN OLD VIRGINIA
Petersburg, Va., Aug. 4. The ma
jority of Patrick II. Drewry over
Henry Clay Smith, for Congress, in
the Fourth Virginia district, will
probably reach 4000, it was said to today.
day. today. Representative Harrison's ma majority
jority majority over Robert F. Leedy, in the
Seventh district, is approximately
1500, his supporters say.
FELLOWS, wouldn't you be happy
if you could save money on a new
suit? Quite a few of the young men
around town have been fortunate in
matching their last year's coat and
vest with our TROUSERS in blues,
browns and greens. FISHEL'S. 4-4 1
GERMAN WAR PRIZES
WILL ARRIVE THIS WEEK
Washington, Aug. 4. Four of the
five German warships allocated to the
United States for experimental pur purposes
poses purposes were in the thick of the fight fighting
ing fighting at the battle of Jutland, accord according
ing according to naval intelligence records here.
The vessels are due at New York
from Brest, France, this week and
imriw a plansfl of the Deace treatv
they must be destroyed within one
year after their arrival.
The light cruiser Frankfort, now a
wreck in machinery and being towed
to the United States by the transport
Hancock, was the first ship in the
German battle line when it collided
with the British grand fleet, while the
22,000-ton dreadnaught Ostfriesland
was the ninth ship in the line, immed immediately
iately immediately in the rear of the flagship of
the German commander-in-chief, Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Scheer.
Of the three'destroyers, all of which
are being towed over as a result of
their1 submersion with the German
fleet at Scapa Flow, the G-102 and
the V-43 were in the forefront of the
fighting throughout the Jutland en engagement.
gagement. engagement. Leading a division of four scout
cruisers that bore the brunt of the
British fire at the cpening-of the en engagement,
gagement, engagement, the' Frankfurt, flagship of
Rear Admiral Brodicker, was hit four
times, but with a small calibre shell,
in each instance and stayed in the
fight to the finish. The third cruiser
behind her was sunk at the opening
of the engagement. The Frankfurt,
which has a sped cf 28 knots, is be believed
lieved believed to have participated in raids
on the British coast.
Although she was well up in line
and her 12-inch guns worked through throughout
out throughout contact with British fleet, the
dreadnaught Ostfriesland, flagship of
Vice Admiral Schmidt, commanding
battle squadron No. 1, escaped with without
out without a major blow, so far as naval re records
cords records here disclose, but was damaged
later by hitting a mine during the
withdrawal to Wilhelm shaven.
Of the two destroyers, the G-1052
was with the scouting forces, close to
the Frankfurt, at the opening of the
battle. She took part in the destroyer
attack on the British battle cruiser
divisions at 4:30 a. m.. and later in
the general engagement with British
destroyers sent out to cover the bat battle
tle battle cruisers. The V-43 also was in
the thick of the fight and was includ included
ed included in the flotilla that launched the de destroyer
stroyer destroyer attack under cover of which
the German fleet began its withdraw withdrawal.
al. withdrawal. The third destroyer in the group,
the S-122, is believed to have been
completed at the close of the war.
The warships will be open to pub public
lic public inspection shortly after their ?r ?r-rival
rival ?r-rival at New York and the navy de department
partment department now is considering plans to
send them to other port3. As only
the Ostfriesland is able to procaed
under her own power, however, ehe
may be the only one of the group sott
on an exhibition tour. The three de destroyers
stroyers destroyers are scheduled to go to Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk in two weeks.
During the trans-Atlantic trip
Captain Julius F. Hellweg, United
States navy, will be in charge of the
NAINSOOK for fine undergar undergarments'
ments' undergarments' and infant's wear, S9 cents a
yard at FISHEL'S. 4-4t
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morning of August 17th for the first
sale in the circuit. After the Herlcng
sale, visitors will be driven to Ocala
in automobiles, where comfortable
accommodations and entertainment
will be had for the night. If you want
further information, write to C. S.
and W. C. Blood, Ocala.
They took pictures Monday cf
Harding, making up the first page of
his paper. We'll bet that us or' any
other old printer can make up a
newspaper page quicker than Hard Harding,
ing, Harding, but they won't take any pictures
It's the Star's opinion that America
will neverVhave a more silly state de department
partment department than it has right now. ,Fcr
heavensake, what does this country
want to butt into the Saghalien affair
for? We have no business with Sag Saghalien,
halien, Saghalien, 8000 miles away, and the
Japs will probably give it better care
than it is receiving from the bolslie bolslie-viki.
viki. bolslie-viki. ,"
Uncle Billy Folks was in the city
Monday, shaking hands with bis
many friends. He forgave the Star
for all its wicked remarks about him
during the campaign, and moreover
said the Star was a real good paper.
Uncle Billy may his name be long in
the land is a mighty fine old man.
He looks just like the pictures of
Moses in some of the old-fashioned
bibles, and sometimes he acts a good
deal like Moses, too. -i
George Littrual, a farmer in Sum Sumner
ner Sumner county, Tenn., has confessed to
sending poisoned candy to his wife,
who is confined in the Middle Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Insane Asylum. He even wept
when he made the confession that he
desired her death so he could re remarry.
marry. remarry. It looks to me just as if the
authorities placed the wrong member
of the family in the apartments for
the insane, Thorn in Palm Beach
That man wasn't insane, dear
Thorn. Just plain villain.
Ocala people have read and heard
so much about the Poland-China hog
sales that they will be much interest interested
ed interested in the one that will take place at
the Hiawatha Lake Farm, Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Aug. 18, two weeks from today.
The Messrs. Blood have some splen splendid
did splendid stock, and everybody, even if not
intending' to buy, should go see it nvd
see what can be prbduced right in
sight of Ocala. The day before, Aug.
17, Mr. Herlong will give another of
his famous hog sales at his Herlong
farm, in the extreme north of Marion
county. Mr. Herlong's hog sales have
made the name of this section of na national
tional national importance, and the Bloods are
going to try in -friendly rivalry -to
equal him. Arrangements have been
made for a special Pullman car to be
attached to the Atlantic Coast Line
train, leaving Jacksonville the night
of August 16th at 10 o'clock, which
will be set out at Micanopy the
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
Hope blooms Eternal in the Spring and
so do Weeds, which is why the Enthusi Enthusiastic
astic Enthusiastic Gardener is Going To It so Hard.
Let a Single LI'l Spear of Grass raise
Its Head and he Massacres it Later,
when the Automobiling gets Good, he
will Consult that Sterling Work. "How
to Tell the Garden Truck from the
Not from any indifference, but
from scarcity of the time needed to
fully study the subject, we have de delayed
layed delayed writing a review of "The Sem Seminole,"
inole," Seminole," the annual of the Junior Class
of the University of Florida, sent us
by our young friend, Patsy Gillen,
who having graduated from the Ocala
High School, is now steadily working!
his way through the classes of our
great state university. The Seminole
is Floridian thru and thru; its name
being as representative of Florida us
"Spartan", was twenty-four centuries
ago of the Peloponnesus, that other
peninsula, whose memory is now as
redolent of classic history; romance
and legend as ours is on an early
spring night of orange bloom.
The Seminole is prettily dedicated
to J;he girls of its sister institution,
the Florida College for Women. It
has a very clever and good-looking
staff of young men. It is filled with
illustrations of and information about
the university, all being selected and
displayed with good taste and judg judgment
ment judgment by its staff, and excellently
printed by the Pepper Company, the
same publishing house that printed
our high school "Ocaleean."
A large portion of the book is giv given
en given up to pictures of the teachers and
students with humorous comments on
some of the latter. We' should first
mention Miss Louise Grumbles of
Dunnellon, one of the sponsors for
the Freshmen, on whose pretty, ani animated
mated animated features the pressman has ob obtained
tained obtained a first class print. We should
also mention the well-known face of
Samuel Wyche Getzen of Bushnell,
on whom the artist comments, "Many
have lost their hearts in Ocala, but
none so hard as this fellow." Amoiig
the seniors from Marion county are
our own Seth W. Hollinrake, Jack P.
Driver of Citra and George William
Dansby of Reddick. Among the jun juniors
iors juniors we find James R. Moorhead, and
in the sophomore class A. Crago and
P. H. Gillen. Allen Hollinrake smilas
among the boys of the freshman class.
From the number of "f rats" feat featured
ured featured on the latter pages, we should
imagine the attempt to root out so
cieties had not succeeded very well
There are also a number of county
clubs, and of those Marion's is of
course the best lookfng. It contains
the names and portraits of J. P.
Driver, Marshall Cam, A. T, Hollin Hollinrake,
rake, Hollinrake, P. H. Gillen, R. L. Hall, II.
Klock, C. A. Swope, L. E. Todd, A.
Crago, S. W, Hollinrake, G. W. Dans Dansby,
by, Dansby, J. R. Moorhead and L. A. Wesson.
All are grouped around the pretty
and smiling face of their sponsor,
Miss Sarah Pearl Martin, now Mrs.
Frank Merrin. The page containing
the portraits is topped with a picture
of Silver Springs, and the appropriate
"where Nature's water path en entwines
twines entwines With fleeting course thru tangled
i WOOds "V- :
Fed from, a sparkling source, a won wondrous
drous wondrous silver spring."
The Seminole has some good con contributions,
tributions, contributions, among which may be not noted
ed noted "Kissing," the author of which
with too-much modesty has-kept his
name covered up. It has a well well-displayed
displayed well-displayed line of advertisements, and
all in all is a most creditable college
MARION BOOKLETS MUST BE
The new booklets of Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion county have been received by the
Marion County Board of Trade and
are ready for distirbution. In view of
the expensiveness of the booklet, the
board of governors of the trade body
has decided that as careful a distri distribution
bution distribution as possible shall be made. So
far as is feasible, it is the desire that
the booklets get into the hands of
bona fide inquirers concerning the
city and county. The desire is to 're 'reduce
duce 'reduce the wastage of distribution to a
minimum. The booklets will be mail mailed
ed mailed free to all bona fide inquiries re received
ceived received from outside the city and
county and will be distributed free to
all outsiders who call at the Board
of Trade room and register. It has
been decided that our own people in
the city and county shall be charged
ten cents each for the booklets.
Ocala Auito and Garage Coimpaisiy
(Successors to G,tes Garage)
Agents for Chandler arid Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
s Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let usjprove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
. $2,225.00 HMiverecl sin Ocala
Monday, Uncle Peter. Durisoe was
in town from east of the river, shak shaking
ing shaking hands with his friends and show showing
ing showing some fine specimens of the in indigo
digo indigo plant. : We should think indigo
would prove a valuable part of the
flora of Marion county. Indigo had
its origin in eastern Asia, but has
spread all j over the temperate zone.
It was first brought to Florida by
Trumbull, when he established his
colony of Minorcans at New Smyrna
in the latter part of the eighteenth
century, and has from there spread
to various parts of the state. Indigo
makes a bright blue blue color, which
can be used as a basis for other col colors.
ors. colors. It was in great use in the South
during the war between the states,
and strange to say formed the main
ingredient from which Confederate
grey uniforms and clothes were dyed.
The southern stay-at-homes mostly
women made beautiful colors out of
it too. Great quantities of ; the plant
are growing in Mr. Durisoe's neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, and some of these days it
may regain its ancient glory.
The Gainesville News, in a well well-written
written well-written article, shows the inconsis inconsistency
tency inconsistency of the new Sunday law, which
is certainly the limit for foolishness.
If we are going to take our laws
from the bible, let us take them lit literally.
erally. literally. No Sunday law passed by any
government has ever conformed. with
the bible. The Jews wouldn't keep
their Sabbath laws, and no commu community
nity community in the United States is going to
keep Sunday laws. It will evade them
somehow. Ocala is breaking the
Sunday law wide-open, and if the lid
was shut down the good people would
be caught harder than the heathen.
FORD TON TRUCK FOR SALE
Col. Robert W. Davis, editor of the
Gainesville Sun, is a good lawyer and
a good man. He is a statesman and
a journalist, and has a great love
for the welfare of Florida. It is well,
then, for the people to heed him
when he speaks as follows about the
amendment which the twenty mill mill-ioners
ioners mill-ioners are trying to fool the mass of
First class running order, a bar bargain;
gain; bargain; easy payments. Free demon demonstration.
stration. demonstration. Address W. Gray, 715 East
Fifth street, Ocala. 7-3-2tdlyltwky
A. E. GERIG
In Accents Mild
We Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters for this
community and we want
to Whisper Softly in your
ear that we Guarantee
Oils, Gas and Accessories to.
' Phone 78
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
. xx mc uiuruit: uittiucs
. hurt your eyes, it is your
3&Se eyes, not the pictures.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
the taxpayers into voting for at the
election next November. Col. Davis
Will the people of Florida stop and
think ? Will they calmly consider
what a bond issue, equal to five per
cent "of the total tax assessment of
the state at the time of issue" would
mean to the already overburdened
taxpayers of Florida. Yet that is
what it js proposed to allow the leg legislature
islature legislature to -do. If you vote "yes" in
the election next November on the
amendment to Section 6, Article IX
of the state constitution, you will
give the legislature that power. The
proposed amendment reads as fol follows:
lows: follows: t j
"Sec. 6. The legislature shall have
power to provide for issuing state
bonds only for the purpose of repell repelling
ing repelling invasion or suppressing insurrec insurrection;
tion; insurrection; or for the purpose of redeeming
or refunding bonds already issued at
a lower rate of interest, or for the
purpose of acquiring, building and
maintaining a system of good roads
and bridges throughout this state
under such regulations as may be
prescribed by an act of the legisla
ture; provided, that any bond issues
authorized in pursuance hereof for a
system of good roads and bridges
shall not exceed m amount five (5)
per cent of the total tax assessment
of the state at the' time of issue.
"Approved June 7, 1919."
Every conceivable argument is be
ing made now by the "good roads
people" to induce the voters of the
state to swallow that amendment
They tell you the interest on these
bonds and the sinking fund will be
paid by automobile owners or by a
tax on gasoline. We want to tell you
now that such assurances as there
are absurd. They will tell your fairy
stories about what other states are
"proposing" to do. They will sing
you siren songs about how it will
help the state. There are, of course,
many honest and even intelligent men
who will believe these things. There
are honest men who will urge you to
vote for this amendment. Back be
hind these honest men is a little
army of grafters. If this amendment
is adopted it will corrupt the politics
of Florida. If it becomes a part of
the constitution the legislatures, may
continue to issue bonds as they
please. Read the last line of the pro
posed amendment: "Five per cent of
the total tax assessment of the state,
at the time of issue." Any time all
For all Classes of
Stone, Brick, Wood
J. D. McGaslifll
I Phone 446. 728 Wenona St. I
Arrival and departure of passenger
trafns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. ;
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
1 :f0 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R- R.
2 : 1 2 pm Jacksonville-NTork 2 :4S am
1 :45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
2:4 am StJPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:18 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 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, r
Choice Florida and Western
Meats and Fancy Groceries
Come in or Phone 243
w. o c (0) m i
9 N. Mailt St.
Opposite Banner Office
vrf- '.U" -J- is J.- :S ZS CTj -7!. -TT- -Tl.-
P. O. BOX 606
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
Now Is the time when every little
statesman hopes fondly that he may be
a dark horse.
The soviet wireless is working again
which relieves the anxiety cf lover
of Russian fiction.
Being a bolshevist general has its
perils other than those of war; A
bolshevist journal wants the generals
defeated by the Poles shot, and sug suggests
gests suggests the adoption of the principle
of the French revolutionists to shoot
their generals until one Is found who
knows how to win a victory. At this
rate the' patriotism which will hold
generals on the job will be little short
It is said that Switzerland is pre preparing
paring preparing to expel its royal refugees. In Including
cluding Including the ex-emperor of Austria
and the ex-klng of Greece, as they
do not pay, and keep away desirable
tourists. They ought to come over
here, where they would find remuner remunerative
ative remunerative employment on the vaudeville
stage and in the movies.
A Big Contract.
"I see where the people at Atlantic
pty are asking the authorities to
make the high winds stop blowing
the sand about at Chelsea."
?Next thing the public will be de demanding
manding demanding that somebody stop the hot
air blowing In congress."
(SoML Co TMOC
The day is past for risking money on
Present commercial car requirements
demands Power, Strength, Dependa Dependability,
bility, Dependability, Appearance and Economy of
Operation. These are what you pay
for-and in the G. M. C TRUCK
these are what you get.
EAST MAIN STREET
PYLES & PERKINS
Funeral Directors & Emb aimers
PARLORS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
Phones 555 and 225
Open All Night
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
lighting for QUALITY not prices. If j
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made en all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
All kinds of rat, roach, ant and bed bedbug
bug bedbug poison. The Court Pharmacy,
phone 284. 27-tf
ESSEX STOPEB AKEE 1.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920
If you have any news for this de department
partment department please phone 255,
The ever popular and everlasting
EVERWEAR HOSIERY for men and
ladies to be had only at Fishel's. 4-4t
Miss Agnes Marshall of Oklawaha,
is the guest for a week of Mrs. Curry
of North Ocala.
Cut glass tumblers and parfait
glasses. The Court Pharmacy. Phone
Mr. Thornton Atkinson and family
have returned from a visit to their old
home in Brunswick, Ga.
Prompt service and Al quality are
at your command at Cook's Market, tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wiley, Mrs. It.
R. Russell and Miss Lillian Russell
of Anthony, spent yesterday in Ocala.
Why fail in your attemot to assem assemble
ble assemble HOUSE DRESSES at anything
like a reasonable price, when you can
get them cehap at FISHEL'S? 4-4t
North Ocala friends of Miss Clara
Curry will be glad to know that she
is recovering from an illness of sev several
eral several days.
Three Flower perfume, toilet water
and' face powder made by Richard
Iludnut, sold by the Court Pharmacy,
phone 284. 27-tf
Miss Bessie Hines, who has been
the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Akin, returned to her
home at Bradentown today.
We are still handling good SHIRTS
well made, good colors and materials,
gome with collars attached. Call and
inspect them. FISHEL'S. 4-4t
Mrs. E. J. Redding has received a
letter from her old friend, Mrs.
Frank Moorhead of Charleston, S. C,
formerly Miss Mittie Brown of Ocala,
that her daughter, Miss Frances
Moorhead would arrive in Ocala this
week for a visit to Mrs. Redding.
Smith House, just remodeled. Rooms
with or without bath. Nice cool dining
room. Reasonable rates. Special rates
for meal3 by the week. No. 310 North
Main St. Phone 260. 23-lm
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.r jjjppp m 3 : : your partner is an'icyW-botue of
' Mrs. L. A." Smith and three chil children
dren children of Rodman, spent yetserday in
Ocala and left on an afternoon train
for a visit to points in Georgia.
A wagonful of sorrow doesn't wipe
out a handful of debt. There are no
regrets when you pay cash and trade
at FISHEL'S. 4-4t
The Epworth League will have a
picnic at Lake Weir Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. All members are requested to
meet at the parsonage at 3 o'clock.
Get the habit of calling phone 243
when you want higti class fresh meats
and groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf
The following visitors from near
by towns were shopping here yester
day: Misses Mildred Baxter and Ele
anor Abshire of Belleview; Mrs. J. S.
Williams Dunnellon; Mrs. H. F.
Parks and daughter, Miss Mildrnl
Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
amner family style. Best dinner in
he state for 75c. Eat and drink all
you want. Time for dinner 11 a. m. to
2:30 p. m. 17-tf
I want to meet a man who is dis
satisfied with his present condition,
who has a desire to better his fi
nances, live in. a better home, give
his wife more money and also provide
an income when his earning days are
over. You must have a desire for
hard work, but selling experience is
not absolutely essential. Won't you
tell me your desires ? Box 1332, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla.i? V 2t-w&s
Mrs. C. W, White entertained her
Sunday school class at the parsonage
After devotional exercises, plans
were made and new officers elected as
follows: President, Kathleen Leitner;
vice president, Annie Rooney; secre
tary, Maud Lillian Little; treasurer,
Ruth Simmons. "y -""
During a social hour, in which a
comedy in five acts was played, Eliz
abeth Bennett and Ruth Simmons
furnished some piano and mandolin
duets. : -vv
Mrs. White served dainty refresh
ments, assisted by her daughter, Miss
Caroline White and guest, Miss New
ton Lovell of Sanford.
Despite the inclement weather
ther was a fine atendance at this de
lightful affair, namely: Elizabeth
Bennett, Ruth Simmons, Kathleen
Leitner, Annie Hadsock, Annie Roon Rooney,
ey, Rooney, Olive Whaley, Elizabeth Wether-
by, Edna Brice, Isabel Davis, Maud
Lillian Little, Caroline White, Mrs.
J ames Nicholas, Mrs. Sam Phillips
and Miss Newton Lovell.
5 The class will meet with Miss Isa
bel Davis, Sept. 7th, when a full at
tendance is desired.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday I evening at 7 :30
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G
C. Greene- Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
V W. M. Parker, a C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
One 1920 Ford worm drive truck.
One 1918 Ford roadster.
One 1916 Ford truck.
One 1916 Buick touring.
Call at once if you want one o:
AUTO SALES CO.,
17-tf Mack Taylor.
GUEST HONORED BY
MR. AND MRS. ANDERSON
A pretty tribute paid to an inter
esting visitor last evening was the
dancing party at which Mrs. R. L.
Anderson Sr. was hostess, compli complimenting
menting complimenting her guest, Miss Lutie Smith
of Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Anderson :s
a finished hostess and her affairs are
always enjoyed to the utmost, and
his informal but delightful event was
no exception- Garden flowers and
greenery made the rooms most at
tractive and punch was served the
dancers all during the evening. At
11 o'clock an ice course with cake was
enjoyed, after which dancing was re resumed
sumed resumed until midnight. Nearly thirty
guests enjoyed the hospitality of this
ovely home, including Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Camp, Mrs. and Mrs. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hall,
Misses Lutie Smith, Mary and Agnes
Burford, Elizabeth Kontz, Callie Gis Gis-sendaner,
sendaner, Gis-sendaner, Elizabeth Thomas, Sue
Moore, Elizabeth Davis, Onie Chazal,
Caroline Harriss, Elizabeth Hocker
and Miss Lane, Messrs. Albert Har
riss, Ed Martin, Whit Palmer, Car
lisle Izlar, Clarence and Roscoe Mef Mef-f
f Mef-f ert, Norman Home, Ralph and
Charles Cullen, Norton Davis, Robert
MacKay and Dr. Nichols.
A pretty wedding ceremony was
performed at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Tiller of Kendrick, by Rev. Rog
ers of Kendrick, Miss Marjorie Ruth
Milk rof Ocala and. Mr. Allen W
Huff of Kendrick, being the con
The home was prettily decorated
for the occasion, and a number of
relatives and friends were present.
After the ceremony a wedding sup supper
per supper was enjoyed. The bride is a
sweet and attractive young lady with
many accomplishments. She was at
the time of her marriage acting as
stenographer in the insurance office
of Mr. Albert Harriss. The groom is
in business with Mr. Tiller at Ken Kendrick.
drick. Kendrick. The young couple will go to
housekeeping in their new home there.
Remember when you want that new
HAT that we always keep a big as
sortment of millinery. New shipments
weekly. FISHEL'S. 4-4t
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
One 1916 Buick touring.
One 1920 Ford worm drive truck.
One 1918 Ford roadster.
One 1916 Ford truck.
Call at once if you want one of
AUTO SALES CO.,
17-tf Mack Taylor.
Pressing, Cleaning, Dyeing, Altering,
Scrubbing, Etc., 103 Oklawaha
Are., Phone 13, Ocala, Fla.
My name is Willie Byrd,
Of me I guess you'ye heard.
I am the man of clothes cleaning
I live to dye, and will dye game.
I'm the, man that presses the press,
From overalls to a full dress.
I am mending and altering too;
00 my own and I'll do work for you.
1 intend in this town to scrub
As long as there's soap and a tub,
And if water gives out, I'll drill me
Or wring my arms off at the nub.
Remember now, that I am Byrd,
The same Willie of which you have
So when you need work done, one
suit or a ton,
Be sure that you tell it to Byrd.
By Paul Berlack,
4-lt Orlando, Fla.
Weirsdale, Aug. 3. The Christian
Endeavor Society held an echo meet meeting
ing meeting of the state convention, held at
Winter Park in June, at Wildwood
last Sunday evening. Twenty-three
Endeavorers went over in four auto autoloads
loads autoloads and all enjoyed a very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant evening with the Wildwood C. E.
Society. We hope they will return
our call in the near future.
The old stork made another visit
in our neighborhood again last Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, July 25th, leaving a fine ten ten-pound
pound ten-pound boy at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Kimball.
Miss Minnie Albertson arrived in
Leesburg last Friday night, to spend
the latter part of her vacation with
her sisters, Mrs. L. E. Peters and
Mrs. W. T. Kelsey, of that place. Her
many friends hope to see her here be before
fore before she goes back to Jacksonville.
She spent the first two weeks of her
vacation in North Carolina and re reports
ports reports having a delightful time there.
The Christian Endeavor Society
will give a box supper, at the church
next Friday night to procure funds
for a set of missionary text books.
Every one is cordially invited to come
and help the good work along. Ice
cream will be for sale.
STOP THE TROUBLE ENTIRELY
Home Proof, Here, Tnere and Every
When you see Doan's Kidney Pills
recommended in this paper you most
always find the recommender an
Ocala resident., It's the same every everywhere
where everywhere in 3800 towns in the U. S.
Forty thousand people publicly thank
Doan's. What other kidney remedy
can give this proof of merit, honesty
and truth? Home testimony must be
true or it could not be published here.
Kead this Ocala recommendation.
Then insist on having Doan's. You will
know what you are getting: ;
J. Chas. Smith, jeweler, E. Second
St., Ocala, says: "Although I haven't
had any 'need of Doan's Kidney Pills
for a good many years, I recall the
good they did for me. I took Doan a
for backache and other sympatoms of
kidney trouble and they brought me
very quick relief and soon stopped the
v Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills -the same that
Mr. Smith had. Fooster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 61
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
ort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
i H. R. Luff man, 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 notice-Jake
Jake notice-Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
WHERE MONEY GROWS"
f Farms sold last month, 400.
Farms sold last 12 months, 4328.
STROUT FARM AGENCY.
James Hall, Representative,
Florida House, Ocala Fla. 3-5t
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S.t
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.
IPECIAL PRICES ON MEATS ;
Buff Roast, per pound 25c
Round Steak, per pound 25c
Sirloin, per pound... 30c
Brisket Stew, per pound ..15c
Veal Roast or Chops, a pound. 35c
Mutton Roast, per pound .-30c
Pork Chops or Roast, a pound.. 30c
EW YORK 'MEAT MM1KE
Phone 110 OCALA, FLA.
HSTE STAH LIN
Negotiable Storage Receipts
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THE WEMDSOE HOTEL
In the heart of the zitj with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service if
second to none
ROBERT M. i MEYER,
Advertise and set Results
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Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Staple and Fancy
J. E. KAVANAUGII
OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 4. 1929
Temperature this morning, 71; at
noon, 70; this afternoon, 74.
There is a graphophone on wheels
in the windows of the Bookshop. It
Pon't fail to visit the Guarantea
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
ficrhtine for QUALITY not prices, tf
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Goodyear Service Station
Cor. Ft. King and Osceola
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six timet
75c.; one month, $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. In the ball game at Dunnellon yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, Ocala defeated Dunnellon by
7 to 6.
FOR SALE Gas range. Call at Star
office and ask for R. N. Dosh.
Stanley ferrostate non-breakable
vacuum bottle. The Court Pharmacy,
phone 284. 27 tf
We understand that a lady had all
the paint washed off her face during
the severe rain today.
Did you ever buy VOILE and
ORGANDIE shirtwaists at Fishel'a?
Well, you can save from 25 cents to
$1 on each one. 4-4t
Mrs. Will Sheppard of Gainesville,
has joined her husband m this city
and they are occupying the Gamsby
?ottage. Mr. Sheppard has been here
some months, connected with the
"And, say, I want some more of
those good EVERWEAR SOCKS fcr
my hubby," remarked one lady when
trading at FISIIEL'S. 4-4t
Mr. W. J. Wilson of Fort McCoy
has bought Mr. John L. Edwards'
herd of fine Angus cattle, and will
remove them to his ranch on Mill
Creek, near Fort McCoy. He will soon
have one of the biggest ranches in
Trade at the most sanitary market
m town, cooks MarKet. z-tt
Mr. Paul Simmons returned yester
day from a visit to his wife and child
in Statesboro, Ga. Mrs. Simmons
and babv expect to spend some weeks
in the mountains of North Carolina
before returning home.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tf
Mr. W. J. Wilson of Fort McCcy,
who has bought the Pearson residence
on Fort King avenue, expects to move
in early in September, so his children
can attend our schools'. Ocala will be
glad to have these excellent people
added to her population.
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, tf
Mr. .Tunie Counts had the misfor
tune to break his leg this morning,
while attending to his duties on his
farm. While riding a mule the ani
mal became frightened, throwing Mr,
Counts, who sustained this severe in
jury. Physicians were called and at
tended Mr. Counts, who is doing as
well as could be expected.
Just in, Leggett's PREMIER brand
coffee, salad dressing, frankfurters,
plain and stuffed olives in glass.
Cook's Market. V 2-Gt
Postmaster Rogers has secured a
month's leave of absence and leaves
this afternoon for JacksonvilleT where
he will submit his right eye, which
has been troubling him for some
time, to a specialist for. treatment.
As soon as possible he will go on to
North Carlina to finish his vacation
at one of that state's popular summer
WANTED Lady or man stenograph stenographer,
er, stenographer, to start work October 1st. Pre Prefer
fer Prefer one with some knowledge of
bookkeeping. Give full particulars
as to age, expeirence, etc. Also
state salary expetced. This is im important.
portant. important. Address P. O. Box 492,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2
Leave for Tampa......... 2
Arrive from Jacksonville., l
Leave for Tampa......... 1
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4
Leave for Tampa 4
Arrive from Tampa 2
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2
Arrive from Tampa....... 1
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1
Arrive from Tampa 4
Leave for Jacksonville. 4
Atlantic oast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:
43 a. m
Leave for St. Petersburg. 2:49 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34 p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg... ....10:13p.
Arrive from ot. Petersburg 2:11 a. m
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m
Leave for Jacksonville .... 1 :45 p. m.
Arrive from Lesburg... 6:41 a. nt
Leave for Jacksonville. ... 6:42 a. m
Arrive from Homosassa. 1.25 p. m
Leave for Homosassa..... 3:25p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday ......... 4:45 D.m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. front Lakeland, Tues-
Leave for Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday,. Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Airive from Wilcox, Monday-
Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
The Economy of
3V x jy2 ooodyear
Double-Cure Fabric, p
All -Weather Tread
30 x 3Vz Goodyear
Single Cure Fabric,
Anti Skid Tread
Foil line of
What have you to sell or trade?
When some men eat pork they must t
feel like cannibals.
As an eye opener, what's the matter
with an alarm clock?
It takes a woman to tell a secret
and magnify its importance..
Every time a man falls to make
good he invents a new excuse.
There are many things you don't
know-and it just as well you don't.
When a minister makes a mistake
we forget all about the mantle of char charity.
ity. charity. :
Only a fool tries to dodge the worst
by sitting down and hoping for the
Too many men wait until they are
done to a turn before turning over a
If some men were paid according to
their worth their pay days would be
few and far between
A woman's confidence in a man usu usually
ally usually depends upon her liking for him
rather than upon his reliability.
Why should a man make a try at
standing prosperity when he can just
as well sit down and take it easy?
No, Alphonse. we wouldn't advise a
man with an impediment in his speech
to go to a speak-easy for treatments.
Chicago Daily News.
ear Small Car Tires
So-called bargain tires, made up for
sensational sales and offered at ridicu ridiculously
lously ridiculously low prices, do not attract
They are far more concerned with
what they get than with what they
pay because they know that in the
end it is performance and not price
that delivers lactual tire economy.
The popularity of Goodyear Tires,
of the 30x3-, 30X3V2- and 31x4-inch
sizes, is based on the fact that they de deliver
liver deliver exceptional mileage at exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly low cost.
If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort,
Maxwell or other car taking these sizes,
go to your nearest Service Station
for Goodyear Tires and Goodyear
Heavy Tourist Tubes.
Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no
more than the price you are asked to pay
for tubes of less merit why risk costly
casings when such sure protec protection
tion protection is available ? 30 x 3V2 size
in wattrproof bag ...
Successors to Gates Garage)
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE
lie T IZLkfS.;
We now have the
: Eeddick Made
I i. gain. It is as good as
I ever; 4 and 8 pound
I buckets and in
: Cam-Thomas Co.
: Phone 163
.Advertise In the Star.
WHERE MONEY GROWS"
Farms sold last month, 400.
Farms sold last 12 months, 4328.
STROUT FARM AGENCY.
James Hall, Representative,
Florida House, Ocala Fla. 3-5t
Books From Washington's Library.
The sale of the library of tne late
Samuel Hiker of this city was con concluded
cluded concluded at the Anderson Galleries re recently.
cently. recently. Dr. A. S. Rosenbach paid
$4,000 for George Washington's copy
of "A Collection of All the Treaties
of Peace, Alliance, and Commerce Be Between
tween Between Great Britain and Other Pow Powers
ers Powers From the Treaty Signed at Mini Minister,
ster, Minister, In 1G84, to Treaties Signed at
Paris, In 1783." three volumes, Lon London,
don, London, 1785. The work contains Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's autograph on each title page
and his book plate on the Inside of
each front cover. The work was auc auctioned
tioned auctioned off at the sale of the library
of Lawrence Washington, the great
grandson of George Washington, in
Philadelphia, In 1876. New York
Concerning Aerial Flights. 1
Air Commodore Edward Maltland of
Jt-34 fame, speaking at the Royal So Society
ciety Society of Arts, said that while flying
the Atlantic he retired about 9 a. m,
and he was ashamed to say he slept
until nine the next day. He found
that the air not only Induced sleep,
but sharpened the appetite. Ladles
had often asked him, the commodore
said, "In what should we dress when
about -to take an aerial flight?" He
felt tempted to suggest crinolines,
which would become very useful as
parachutes should' the necessity, arise.
- Lonrlun -raropicle
BRIDAL FANCIES 1
Lost Jewelry at a wedding, omena
The bride who wears a sprig of rose
xnary will have luck.
It Is unlucky for anyone but a bride
to wear orange blossoms.
Whoever puts a bridal wreath or
veil on for play will never marry.
Evergreen worn -on the head of a
bride in Greece t was esteemed lucky.
It Is considered lucky to take a flow flower
er flower away from the church after a wed wedding.
ding. wedding. If at your weeding red roses are
given you by your father it will bring
If a bride mixes a few daisies and
daffodils In her bridal bouquet her life
never will be gloomy.
In the time of Henry the VIIL the
bridal wreath was made of wheat ears
as a sign of faithfulness.
If a bride leaves her bouquet in the
church and turns back to get it she
will have an unfortunate wedded life.
If a bride loses a flower from her
bouquet before the wedding she will
have many little troubles In her mar married
ried married life.
In France it Is said no wedding dec decoration
oration decoration should be without the mignon mignonette,
ette, mignonette, "little darling." It will keep the
bride first la her husband's thoughts.
The girls of Tuscany always wear a
sprig of jasmine in their bridal attire,
as they have a proverb which says ;
"The bride who wears jasmine is rich
enough to make the fortune of a poor
For a bride to wear flowers In her
hair, If no veil is worn, will cause re regret
gret regret to her, as:
"If the bonny bride do wear
Naught but flowers on her hair,
The day will quickly dawn
When she'll regret her wedding
A New Outfit.
The man next door to four-year-old
Allen has a new car and little Allen
Is much given to accompanying him
to the garage to keep him company
while he tinkers with It. He some sometimes
times sometimes seems to get as much pleasure
out of it as does Its actual owner.
Only the other day something hap happened
pened happened which threatened for a time to
dim his enjoyment. The owner of the
car came home with a jumper suit In
which he appeared the next time he
went out to work on his car.
The next time he started oat to the
garage he whistled for Allen bat no
boy came. Then he went over to Al Allen's
len's Allen's house and hunted up the little
fellow. "Come on out to the garage
with me. son," he said.
Allen looked at him sorrowfully.
"I can't," he said sadly. "I haven't
any garage underwear like yours."
Pay cash and save money; don't
pay for others bad debts. Trade at
FISHEL'S, one of the oldest firms in
the state. 4-4t
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your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
WANTED Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, or furnished
house; take possession Sept. 10th.
Notify C. H. Rogers. Lynne, Fla. 3t
FOR SALE Planing mill, re-milling
plant. Central Florida. Dry kiln,
high school Woods matcher. Mer Mer-shon
shon Mer-shon sixty-inch band resaw, timber
sizer, live rolls, stock sheds, power,
steam and electric motors. The only
lumber business in town of 5000
people. Plenty of timber being cut
but one hundred and fifty sawmills
" nearby. Rare opportunty. Address,
"Owner," care Ocala Star. 23-tf
FOR SALE 1919 model Ford, in
good condition. Just been overhaul overhauled
ed overhauled and has new top. L. E. Futch,
Ocala, Fla. 7-26-6t
JERSEYS FOR SALE Two just
fresh, first calf, first class produc producers.
ers. producers. Also one or two heavy milking
cows soon to freshen. Call or tele telephone,
phone, telephone, R. L. Anderson, Law Library
FOR SALE Team of mules and
wagon, harness and farming imple implements.
ments. implements. H. II. Reed, Weirsdale,
FOR RENT Will convert our up upstairs
stairs upstairs into an apartment with nec necessary
essary necessary changes with a two-year
lease. See Max Fishel. 30-12t
STONE FOR SALE We have about
200 yards of stone or flint rock
piled at hard road two miles from
court house square for sale at 75
cents per cubic yard. Carroll Motors
Co., Ocala, Fla. 31-6t
WANTED Experienced lady clerk
for dry goods store. Apply at once
to J. Malever.- 2-tf
FOR SALE Large ten-room house
and quarter block in Cline's addi addition
tion addition to Ocala. Cash price for quick
sale. $750. S. S. Savage Jr. 3-10t
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Airedale
puppies, the paragon of all dogs. A
grand litter from registered Amer American
ican American Kennel Club strain, the ideal
dog for home, field or farm; two and
a half months old, black saddle,
dark brown points. A healthy, play playful
ful playful bunch. Certified pedigrees giv given.
en. given. 118 Daugherty street, Ocala,
Fla. 4-tf ; ;
FOR SALE Ten head of mules. Will
exchange for cattle, goats or sheep.
J. M. Meffert, Ocata, Fla. 4-tf
"Nucoa" nut margarine 40 cents a
pound at Cook's Market. Phone 243. St