Veather Forecast: Fair tonight
and Tuesday, no change in temperature.
HUGE GOOD OAS EO ALL
Is the Ocala Gas Company Acting
Under a Franchise or is
Ocala", Fla., Sept. 7, 1920.'
To: the. City Council of the City of
Ocala: The undersigned to whom the
ordinance introduced at-the meeting
cf August 17th, 1020, fame being an
ordinance entitled "An ordinance reg regulating
ulating regulating the chr.rge for gas furnished
by the Or-a! a Gas Company, relieving
said" com pany from an annual pay payment
ment payment to th-3 city of Ocala, and re repealing
pealing repealing conflicting provisions of prior;
ordinances," was referred, beg to re report
port report that I recommend that same be
amended to read as attached ordi ordinance.,
nance., ordinance., B. Goldman,
Head of Department of Justice.
AN ORDINANCE Prescribing the
Rates to be Charged for Gas by
the Ocala Gas Company, Fixing a
Standard for- the Quality of the
Gas to be Furnished by, said Com Com-pany'and
pany'and Com-pany'and Requiring said Company
to Furnish a Machine to Test the
Section 1. That the Ocala Gas
Company, it3 successors and assigns,
may charge any ordinary or general
consumer of its gas not to exceed two
dollars and a half ($2.50) for each
one thousand (1000) cubic feet of
gas furnished and consumed by any
such consumer. That if the city of
Ocala should desire to use gas for any
municipal purpose the said ; company
may charge said city not to exceed
one dollar and a half ,($1.50 for each
one thousand (1000) cubic feet fur-j
nished and consumed by said city.
That the rates herein fixed shall take
effect only upon the" compliance by
said company with the provisions of
thi3 ordinance and shall be subject to
change as is herein provided.
Sec. 2. That the city council of
the .city of Ocala is hereby authoriz authorized
ed authorized and reserves the right to by reso resolution
lution resolution change the above rate, but that
the Ocala Gas Company by filing any
consent to this ordinance as is herein
required, shall not be understood to
waive or relinquish any rights it may
now have in regard to the prices to be
cnargea dv n io consumers oi gas..
Piovided, that the rates fixed in this
ordinance shall not be changed by said
city council except upon one year's
successors or assigns, :" except the
, rates fixed shall cease to be operative
by reason of said Ocala Gas Com
pany's failure to comply with the pro provisions
visions provisions hereof. '"
Sec. 3. That from and after the
passage of this ordinance ; the quality
of gas to be supplied by the Ocala
Gas Company to its consumers shall
ard: Four hundred and eighty British
thermal units per cubic foot of gas
and that this standard shall hereafter
apply as fully a3 if fixed by the ordi ordinances
nances ordinances of the city of Ocala under
which said Ocala Gas Company is
now operating and whether the other
provisions of this ordinance shallre shallre-main
main shallre-main in effect or not.
Sec. 4. That within sixty days
after demand by the city council ,of
the city of Ocala the Ocala Gas Com Company
pany Company shall furnish": to said city of
Ocala, to be and remain its property,
a standard machine -and apparatus
for testing the quality of the gas fur furnished
nished furnished by said Ocala Gas Company to
determine whether same complies
with the requirements of this ordi ordinance
nance ordinance and such machine and appar apparatus
atus apparatus shall be in such condition as to
make such tests accurately. Said
Ocala Gas Company further shall and
supply the gas ; to make such tests
without cost to the city of Ocala and
shall provide for the making of such
tests by said city in compliance with
such requirements as the council of
said city of Ocala may direct.
Sec. 5. That the rates fixed in this
crdinace shall not go into effect or
become operative until the said Ocala
Gas Company shall have r filed, with
the city clerk of the city of Ocala an
acceptance of the' provisions of this
ordinance and an agreement that
shall in all respects be valid and bind
ing upon said Ocala Gas Company,
which said acceptance snail De duly
signed by said Ocala Gas Company,
by and thru its general .manager, at
tested by its secretary and sealed
with the corporate seal of said com
pany and, shall be in the following
The undersigned Ocala Gas Com
pany, a "corporation organized and
existing under the laws of state ot
Florida, for and; in consideration of
its being allowed the increase in rates
to be charged by it for gas supplied
to its consumers by the ordinance oi
the city of Ocala, entitled "An ordi ordinance
nance ordinance prescribing the lates to : be
charged for gas by the Ocala Gas
Company; fixing a standard for the
- quality of gas to be furnished by. said
company and requiring said company
to furnish a machine to test the qual quality
ity quality thereof," same having been -finally
passed by the city council of the city
of Ocala, on the .. day of
A. D. 1920, and approved by the
mayor of said city 'on the ........
day of .A. D. 1920.
That said Ocala Gas Company, for
Ocala and Dunnellon Will Cross Bats
at Hunter Park at 4 p. m.
. Hot Contest Expected
Ocala and Dunellon will cross bats
at the Hunter Park diamond tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. This is
expected to be a- hotly 'contested
game as Dunnellon has strengthened
her team and feels sure of carrying
oft the laurels of the game, and the-
Ocala boys are equally as confident.
Ocala fans should not fail to see this
game :as it will "certainly be one of
the best games of the season.
The: Ocala manager will send one
of the -following pitchers to the
mound Luffman, Mickler or Wallace.
Get the habit of calling phone 243
vhen you want high class fresh meats
and groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's Market. Phone 243. 27-tf
itself, its successors and assigns does
hereby consent and agree that all of
the provisions of said ordinance shall
in all respects be valid and binding
upon it. In witness whereof the said
Ocala Gas Company has caused this
instrument to be executed by its gen general
eral general manager and its secretary and
its corporate seal affixed this the
.....day of .......... A. D. 1920.
(Corporate seal) Ocala Gas Co.,
By. ... .General Manager.
Attest: Sec'y. of Ocala Gas Co.
All blanks to be filled in with
proper names and dates. r.
Sec. 6. That wherever the words
"Ocala Gas Company" is herein used
it shall be construed to embrace and
include all successors and assigns of
said Ocala Gas Company.
Sec. 7. That in the event the said
Ocala Gas Company shall not comply
with all of; the provisions ; and re requirements
quirements requirements of this ; ordinance, : that
then and in that event the city coun council
cil council of the city of Ocala is hereby au authorized
thorized authorized and ; empowered to pass a
resolution revoking the increase in
rates herein allowed said Ocala: Gas
Company, and in that event said com company
pany company shall, except as is herein other-'
wise provided, stand and be in exactly
the same position as if this ordinance
had never been passed. --
Sec. 8. That instead of the said
Ocala Gas Company paying the an annual
nual annual sum required by the ordinances
of the city of Ocala to be paid to it
by said Ocala Gas Company on the
1st day of June in each year, that
said sum shall be so paid on the 5th
day of July in each year, or before
Sec. 8. That all ordinances or
parts of ordinances in conflict with
the provisions of this ordinance are
Placed upon first reading and re
ferred to head of department of jus
tice August 17th, 1920.
Placed upon second reading and
adopted by sections Sept. 7th, 1920.
Placed upon third and final reading,
read1 by title and adopted Sept. 7th,
1920.. D. E. Mclver,
President of City Council!
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Approved by me as acting mayor
of Ocala, Florida, this the 8th day of
D. E. Mclver, Acting Mayor.
From. Marion County Needed to Help
; Out the Party Campaign
J. II. Benjamin, L. H. Chazal and
W. T. Gary have been commissioned
by George White, chairman, and
Wilbur W. Marsh, treasurer, ; of the
Democratic National Finance Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, to raise, funds in Ocala for
the use of the party. The. democrats
as usual are poor. They have no great
interests behind them to supply mon money
ey money in quantities, and. must depend on
the small contributions of the com common
mon common people.
Let every man give what he can.
Mr. Benjamin is chairman of the
Ocala committee and Mr. ; Gary the
treasurer.- Hand or send to them and
Mr. Chazal what you can afford. The
Star will receive donations from its
readers; anywhere. The list of sub subscribers
scribers subscribers will be published in the Star.
Mr. R. E. Layton of the Colonial
hotel was the first to donate. We
hope to have a large number of his
imitators. ".:'--"...':. "'.rk--"r:-' .:
OPENING OF THE
Record Breaking Crowds and a
Pleasant Reunion of Teachers
The Ocala public schools opened
their doors this morning at 9 o'clock
to what seemed to one of the report reporters
ers reporters of the Star an unusually large en enrollment.
rollment. enrollment. There were a ': great many
visitors throughout the high school
building. All the teachers were pres present
ent present and both they and : the pupils
looked most enthusiastic and happy
over the work they are about to take
up for the coming term.
In the high schooF study hall, Prof.
P. II. Hensley opened the exercises
with "Come, .Thou Almighty : King,"
sung by all and accompanied on the
piano by Miss Ruth Simmons, a re recent
cent recent graduate.
Rev. W. F. Creson of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian chuf ch. Rev. C. W. White of
the Methodist church and Rev. VWilb VWilb-l'ams
l'ams VWilb-l'ams of Citra made short 'but amus amusing
ing amusing and instructive v talks. Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent Carn made a few remarks,
which were most pleasing and well
worth heeding. .- ( ;'. ;
, Principal Hensley introduced to the
pupils and visitors the new teachers
for the high school, who are the fol following:.
lowing:. following:. Prof, J. C. English of South
Florida, who besides teaching Eng English,
lish, English, French, chemistry," etc., will be
physical, instructor. He made a short
talk, announcing his desire very
strongly for athletics and his remarks
were received wit happlause by the
boys. Then Misses Mildred Price of
Illinois and Winnie Lee Bell of North
Carolina, were introduced, after which
they were greeted by Misses Mabel
Beck, Mamie Shephard and. Shelton
Souter, who needed no introduction.
One of the teachers at the primary
school announced that they had the
largest enrollment ever known at the
openin gof ; school.
Mrs. Hensley and Mrs. Ashworth
also had a houseful! and then some at
the North Ocala school. J :
Why throw away $2 to $5 more on
hats bought at a millinery store, when
a hat bought at FISHEL'S is just as
chic and becoming and so much
APPEALS TO OUR
Sirs. McSweeny Thinks the Nations
of the Earth Will Upset if her
' Associated Press)
London, Sept. 13. Mayor McSwee McSweeny
ny McSweeny began the thirty-second day of his
fast in a state of collapse, after a
restless night, according to bulletins
issued by the Irish Self -Determination
TnEY WONT BE CALM ANYHOW
Mrs. McSweeny addressed an ap appeal
peal appeal to the American ambassador and
the heads of other embassies :calling
attention to the case of the lord may mayor
or mayor and other hunger strikers and ex expressing
pressing expressing the hope that the '. united
councils of nations will prevent the
tragedy impending and thereby calm
the peoples of the world.
THEY DONT HAVE TO STARVE
Cork, Sept. 13. Eleven hunger
strikers in: the Cork jail are still
alive today but materially weaker. :
Fifteen Walked Into Supervisor
Barco's Office and Registered
Today Before Noon
MEETING OF FARMERS
Probably the largest gathering of
farmers that ever came together in
Ocala for the discussion of local farm
problems met at the court house Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for consideration of the peanut
situation. The call for the "meeting
was sent out. by officials of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Farmers' Union and about
250 farmers were present. Speeches
were made by Mr. C. W. "Hunter, Mr.
J. R. Brooks andseveral others. It
was the sense of the entire body that
some protection should be had .from
importation of foreign peanuts and
the following resolution was passed:
"Whereas, the. low price of foreign
labor enables these foreign countries
to produce atricles of commerce and
import them into this country at &
less cost than our producers can pro produce
duce produce them; and, r
"Whereas, the growers of vegeta vegetables,
bles, vegetables, citrus fruits, potatoes, grains,
peanuts and other farm products can cannot
not cannot compete with the production of
these said foreign countries under the
present labor conditons, therefore
be it ;.;,"V:
- "Resolved, That we, we the produc producers
ers producers of farm products of Marion and
adjoining counties, in convention as assembled,
sembled, assembled, demand of national repre representatives
sentatives representatives to pass such tariff laws
that will protect such farm products
of the Southern states. ;
"A copy of this resolution to be
sent to the said representatives of
the state National Bureau of Farm
Organizations s.nd to the special
peanut convention 1 at Montgomery,
Ala., Sept. 13th, 1920, and the Farm Farmers'
ers' Farmers' Union publicity solicitor."
GREAT PARADE IN
Washington, Sept. 13 The twenty twenty-first
first twenty-first anual encampment of the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans of Foreign Wars began here
today. The parade will be held to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. v
The comptroller of the currency
called for the condition of all na national
tional national banks at. the close of business
Wednesday, Sept. 8th.
Supervisor Barco had the stage
ready set for the women to register
this morning His office was swept
and garnished, chairs were placed
ready for those who might have to
wait, and as 'his helper he had Mrs.
L. B. Mason, pretty as a peach but
almost ready to cry because she lack lacked
ed lacked three years of being old enough to
vote. ; 5': '.Vv,
The first lady to register wasMrs.
Emily B. Green, who was as cool
about it as she would have been in
signing a thousand-dollar check. The
figures 61 after Mrs. Green's name
did not indicate that she was sixty sixty-one
one sixty-one years old .(far from it) but that
she was the 61st person to register
this year. Mrs. Mary E. Perdue and
Mrs. Frances C Bennett were the sec second
ond second and third to qualify. They would
not let the reporter know what their
ages were, but he knows anyway and
won't tell. ;
Up to noon today, the following
had registered: Mrs. Emily B. Green,
Mrs. Mary M. Perdue, Mrs. Frances
C. Bennett, Miss Mabel M. Floyd,
Mrs. Claude L. Moremen, Miss Byrd
Wartmann, Mrs. Mattie B. Blackburn,
Mrs. Isabella N. Sinclair, Mrs. Carrie
A. Richey, Mrs. Freddie F. Talley,
Mrs." Rachael M. Pacetti, Miss Rosa Rosalie
lie Rosalie D. Lancaster, Mrs. Flora M. Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, Mrs. Fannie R. Pasteur and
Mrs. Nan C. Sistrunk.
Mr. Barco is telling everybody just
what to do, and wants white women
to register Mondays, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays, and colored Thursdays,
Fridays and Saturdays. This is not
mandatory, but will save trouble if
carried out. l
Chicago, Sept. 13. Coast guard of officers
ficers officers have asked for an investigation
of the reported death of Mrs. Anna
Mitchell Jones, a former New York
artist, whose husband," John Archi Archibald
bald Archibald Jones, was found clinging to an
overturned boat in ,i. Lake Michigan.
They were on their moneymoon and
Jones said his wife was washed over overboard
board overboard by the waves.
STATE OF MAINE
IS VOTING TODAY
A Big Crowd Out and Many Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Ballots Will be
Portland,"-Sept. : 13. Maine men
and women,- with clearing weather,
are expected to cast a heavy vote in
today's election after being told the
eyes of the nation are upon them to
give an indication of the country's
political sentiment; The republicans
claimed 30,000 majority. The demo democrats
crats democrats gave no figures.
The vote .was heavy to noon and
the women are balloting freely.
Bangor is polling a record vote. The
women are working hard to get out
a heavy feminine vote in many places.
What have yon to sell or trade T
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Spanish American War Veterans ta
Camp at St. Louis Will Have
None of It
St. Louis, Sept. 13. The eradica eradication
tion eradication of radicalism, was advocated at
the opening of the twenty-second an
nual encampment of the United Span Spanish
ish Spanish War Veterans here to-lay.
"Dr. and Mrs. Lionel Hunt Finlay
have the honor of announcing the
marriage of their daughter, Adela
Austin to Mr. Howard Voollmer Lee,
on Tuesday, the seventh of Septem September,
ber, September, one thousand nine hundred and
twenty, at Richmond Hill, New York."
The foregoing announcement has
been received in Ocala bv friends of
the groom, who is well-and popularly
known here, both socially and in bus business.
iness. business. Mr. Lee, originally from
Mount Vernon, N. Y., has made his
home at Eastlake for the past six
years. He and his brother, Mr. Wal Walter
ter Walter Lee are owners of seme of the
finest orange grove property in the
state and are among our most suc successful
cessful successful citrus fruit growers.
a iie many inenus ox ju.r. iee are
eagerly awaiting the arrival of he and
his bride at Eastlake, when they will
be showered with congratulations and
best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Lee arriv arrived
ed arrived in Jacksonville Saturday on one
of the Clyde boats and their arrival
here is expetced at any day.
SWITCHMEN STAY ON STRIKE
Chicago, Sept. 13. John Grunau,
president of the Chrictga Yardmen's
Association, today denied the widely
circulated reports that the switch switchmen's
men's switchmen's strike had been called ooff.
FOR MR. WALK LEY
The remains of Mr. Walkley, who
died in Asheville, N. C, Saturday
morning will arrive on the Seaboard
limited about 4 p. m. tomorrow. The
body will be taken at once from the
train to the cemetery.
Father Michael of St. Leo Abbey
will officiate, and the following gen
tlemen will act as pall-bearers: L. J.
Knight, W. S. Bullock Jr., Dr. E. G.
Lindner, II. W. Tucker, C. A. Harris
and W. M. Palmer. The funeral will
be in charge of George Mac Kay.
MISS INEZ WHITTAKER
The people of Dunnellon are sorely
grieved by the death of one of their
dearly-beloved young women," Miss
Inez Whittaker, who passed away
last week. The town is in mourning
over her demise, and a great con
course gathered around Jier grave.
Miss Whittaker had many friends
in Ocala ,and they join with Dunnel
lon in sorrow for her death.
SUGAR TAKES ANOTHER SLIDE
New York, Sept. 13 The Arbuckle
Sugar Refining Company today re reduced
duced reduced the list price of fine granulated
sugar from 17.10 to 15 cents a pound.
AMERICAN SUPPLIES WERE
Constantinople, Sept. 13. Supplies
valued at hundreds of thousands of
dollars were stolen from the Ameri American
can American relief organization, according to
evidence placed before the American
consul. Dishonest employes in Asia
Minor are partly to blame, but the
goods were also subject to theft en
route from the United States.
COAST TO COAST
Chicago, Sept. 13. An extensive
coast to coast air mall service was
begun today when planes left five
cities for points across the continent.
Planes will leave daily from New
York. San Francisco. Chevenne. Salt
Lake City and Chicago.
MANY PILGRIMS TO FROTN
Marion, Sept. 13. A delegation of
railway employes living in Marion
and nearby cities visited Harding's
front porch today in a demonstration
of their allegiance to fci3 candidacy.
FOR GLORY AND COIN
" (Associated Preiss)
New York, .Sept. 13. Georges Car Car-pentier,
pentier, Car-pentier, the French pugilistic cham champion,
pion, champion, arrived today for a bout with
Battling Levinsky, in Brooklyn, Oct.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEJIBER 13, 1920
Published Every Day Excrpt Snmlsr by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
It. II. Carrol!, rr-ltlent
V. LvuKlf Sexretar.v-'i'reHiiirer
J. II. ileitjantln, KiSilor
are employed in the factories of De
troit than were employed April 1.
Many other thousands, the number of
which is unestimated, are working
on part time.. Thousands of men
who were working in non-essential oc occupations
cupations occupations a few months ago are out
nf wrvlr orifl cnntitincf T5vil-c !sern?nt
organized labor by. acting as strike-
WILL MAKE A FIGHT
to Center Their Fire
Frank Clark of this
Entered at Ocala, Fla., potoince as
i:a!nrK Of flee ............
Edltoria) l-partinet Two-Sfvtn
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We ,could now get back at Georgia
for some of the things it said to us
our years ago; but recalling that we
still have four more months before
we are out of the woods, we wisely
It would not be appropriate for you
to try to get back at Georgia, Friend
Trib; less than two years ago you
were proclaiming that Catts Was the
best governor Florida ever had.
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COMMIT THESE TO MEMORY
Florida Democratic Presidential
Charles E. Jones
J. G. Sharon
P. W7. Ccrr
W. V. Knott
C. B. -Wells
That senatorial committee wouldn't
call Cox to Chicago. It probably
thought he would be too hot to handle.
Since the "council waited so long to
pass the gas ordinance, why didn't it
wait a little longer until Jthe mayor
came back from his vacation?
Women of Palm Beach county will
put out a ticket of their own, incltfd
ing candidates for superintendent of
schools and a member of the school
. I he relatives oi a negro moon
shiner shot dead by the sheriff of De
Soto county probably realize that
raoonshining doesn't pay. Some of
them will meet the same fate here
If any one of our states tried to
treat the American government as
Ireland is treating the British gov
ernment, that state would have been
tramped flat by United States sol
diers. months ago.
Everybody is free to draw his own
conclusion about that nol prossing the
"wiretapping" cases. Tampa ,' Tri
Possibly the prosecuting attorney
thought he might as well anticipate
the pardoning board.
Seven women are candidates for
" seats in Congress two for the Sen Senate
ate Senate and five for the House. One of
the senatorial candidates is in Neva
da, the other in New York. Those
for representatives are in Oregon,
Mickigan (2), Oklahoma and Nebras
. (Miami Metropolis)
Plans are practically complete for
a nara-tougnt campaign Dy me re
publicans of Florida, patron saints of
that party announce, and a special
effort will be made to make the east
coast debatable ground. To this end
spellbinders will be sent here by the
national organization, and the repub republicans
licans republicans of this statei will get a liberal
helping from the campaign barrel
containing its millions.
Dade county is well organized,
stated J, E. Junkin, candidate for a
state office on the republican ticket,
today, some 800 voters having volun
tarily registered at the G. O. P. head
quarters as republicans. F. E. Hun
is executive committeeman and John
Scott is chairman of the county com
mittee. The republicans have also
organized in Palm Beach, St. Lucie,
Torn Watson and Tom Hardwick.
Seems those names were linked with
pro-Germanism during the war. Do
the citizens of Georgia forget sq
soon? Clearwater. Sun.. -.'V .' V
By the tine Watson's term expires,
they will have something to remem remember
ber remember they never will forget.
xv A dif patch from Tampa says:
"Women are registering here as '21
plus,' refusing to give their exact
age, the state law only requiringthat
they shall be 21. Among women who
have so registered is Mrs. Amos, Nor Nor-ris,
ris, Nor-ris, active in club circles and once
head of the U. D. C. of Florida.'
Tampa will provide separate voting
booths for the women. We see no use
in this. Only one person goes into a
booth at a time, and if women can
occupy the same scats as men at soda
fountains, in railroad stations and on
railroad trains, they can vote in the
same booths that men vote in. We
men are no longer the inferiors of
women. We are their equals, begosh!
One of the good signs is that bus business,
iness, business, firms all over the country are
beginning to give vacations 'with full
pay to their help. The practice start started
ed started among professional people, it has
gene on into commercial lines and
ofHce help in all branches of business,
and it has now-invaded the work workshops.
shops. workshops. The move is a good one: it
will make for better health and bet better
ter better humor. v
We notice by our exchanges that in
some counties ladies are allowed, on
registering, to give their ages as
"twenty-one plus.!' But Supervisor
Barco of Marion county allows no
such camouflage. He says the women
must follow the same form as men,
for, if. no other reason, he believes
any -evasion will make the registra registration
tion registration illegal.
Only 2140 Marion county farms re
ported having domestic animals. We
suppose most of the men there are
going in for that "wild life" league
thing. Tampa Tribune.
Marion probably has a much larger
proportion of farms and similar pro pro-nortion
nortion pro-nortion of cattle than Hillsborough.
Marion has 2215 farms, on 2140 0f Brevard and other counties on
xijc firo ?itt ld 'Tho ovorocra Hf iir. aSw COaSt.
ion farm has five 'people on it, .from
which they run up to ten or twenty.
It is safe to say that at least fifteen
thousand out of Marion's twenty-four
thousand people live on farms. They
have thirty thousand cattle, forty
thousand swine and four thousand
sheep. Now, Friend Trib, when your
returns come in, see if you can make
as good a showing. y
i i.i. .I
Some kind friend in Gainesville has
sent us a valentine almost h<a year
ahead of time. The "feature,"' as the
movie people would say, is the picture
of a bottle quite symmetrically
drawn. It is filled with a blue fluid,
vith an overlayer and underlayer of
green. The blue stuff 4 is labeled
"moonshine," which leads us to infer
that the party drawing it had absorb absorbed
ed absorbed the original contents of the bot bottle,
tle, bottle, for while oonshine makes peo people
ple people feel blue, nobody ever, saw any
blue moonshine. A very queer look looking
ing looking corkscrew, shaped like a hand
and arm, reaches down thru the cork,
showing the artist to be a stranger,
as we always take the cork out of a
bottle with our pocketknife. I Below
the bottle in big black letters is the
name of 'Catts.'.' Very good valen
tine, even ifit is ahead of time. We
have stuck it up on our office wall,
where all may see and admjre it.
We notice a syndicate writer for
several newspapers, who is now -trying,
to make people believe all Am America's
erica's America's trouble with Mexico was ex exaggerated
aggerated exaggerated and that few Americans
comparatively were ever harmed by
Mexicans. We don't know what the
said syndicate writer considers the
comparative degree but evidently he
thinks most df the newspaper 'dis 'dispatches
patches 'dispatches regarding Mexico were lies.
However if he will apply to the state
department for a copy of Lansing's
letter to Carranza, written in" the
early summer of 1916, when eveoi
Wilson's patience had given away,
Pershing had marched into Mexico
and the national guard was lining the
border, he would probably receive" a
copy of the 'document in which our
secretary of state gave Carranza the
names of some hundreds of Ameri Americans
cans Americans who had been murdered by Mexicans.-
We hope Mexico will become
well behaved and friendly, but let it
not be forgotten that she has 'given
us far more cause for national hate
than has Germany.
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
County Convention Wednesday
The republicans of Dade county
will meet in. county convention next J
Wednesday for the purpose of nomi nominating
nating nominating their ticket. Mr. Hunt wants
a complete ticket named, but L. E.
Eloeber, president of the republican
club, wants to name candidates for
only a portion of the offices and cen
ter the fire on those few offices. He
is of the opinion that the republicans
would stand a show of electing then-
candidates for sheriff, county solicitor
and one or two other offices if they
concentrate their energies on a few
candidates instead of trying to "put
over" a complete ticket.
The nomination of two or three
women is considered by some of the
party's wheelhorses as being good
policy, but they are chary in men mentioning
tioning mentioning the names of any possible
candidate among the new voters. ;
Precinct caucuses will be held thru thru-out
out thru-out the county on Saturday evening
of thisweek for the purpose of elect electing
ing electing delegates to the county conven convention
tion convention to be held in the court house
Center Fight on Frank Clark
George Gay,' the republican candi
date for governor, is quoted as say saying
ing saying that the party will center its
fght on Frank Clark, congressman
from the second district. It is as
serted that evidence has been assem assembled
bled assembled to show that Mr. Clark had not
paid personal, real or poll taxes in
Florida in 12 years, is not a citizen
of the state, has no active interest in
it" further than political.
The republicans believe that with
the present apathy of the democrats
they will be able to make a big gain
in Florida, and in the event of the
election of the republican national
ticket will not only be able to control
appointments within the state, but
will be able to get Bill Bean, Mat Mc Mc-Farland,
Farland, Mc-Farland, D. E. Gerow and others fat
jobs in Washington. At the recent
conference in Jacksonville between
the lily whites and the old line re republicans,
publicans, republicans, the lily whites made a pro proposition
position proposition that either Judge Cheney,
candidate : for the Senate on the re republican
publican republican ticket, or George Gay, can candidate
didate candidate for governor, withdraw and
give the place on the ticket to Hayes
Lewis. This was one of the condi conditions
tions conditions on which it was proposed to re restore
store restore harmony within the party. Mr.
Gay said it was turned down and
the rift in the lute still exists.
All those interested in the organ
ization of the alumni association c
the Ocala hih school are requested
to meet. Tuesday evening
at the Board of Trade room.
it S o'cio
Lessons given on' mandolin, guitar,
tenor banjo, Hawaiian guitar and
ukelela. Miss Ruth Simmons, phone
124. : 10 Gt
Let us lit your iovs and girls up
for school. FISIUSL'S.- tf
A. "E. GERIG
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To Vhom It .May Concern: s.
This is to certif y that ; I have thii
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals, which haye
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
One red sow, no mark.
The owners thereof or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are,
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,;
to-wit: On the 16th clay of September,
1920, I will sell the iEame to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.'
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city:
pound in Ocala, Florida.
S. C, M. Thomas, ;
Marshal City of Ocala. ;
C. A. Holloway, Impounder It
Fresh milk daily at the Crescent
Grocery. 20 cents re.r miart S-4t
1 WISH yoa alL
MIGHT SCE with ins?
THAT GREAT clean factory
DOWr4 SOUTH, where.
MY CIGARETTES are mada.
WHERE COSTLY grades.
OF TURKISH leaf.
(FROM TURKEY, mind you),
UNDER EXPERT eyes.
WITH RIPE and rich;
TOBACCOS, BROWrJ end gold,
VVHICH HAVE been graded.
STEAMED and dried.
AND STRIPPED and stored away.
FOR TWO long years.
TO ACS and mellow.
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AND GROW sweet.
AND THEN tha fragrant mass.
13 CUT and fed.
TO MARVELOU3 machines.
WHICH ROLL and paste.
AND CUTvand stack.
AND PRINT and pack.
WITH SCARCE a hand.
.TO TOUCH them-
CUT AFTER all, you neela't go.
ON THIS long trip with ma.
TOFIND out why.
TRY SMOKING lust.
AND THEN youll know.
A3 WELL as L
y" mV rO
r"S frood to know borr fine lhoc-2
tobacco3 are how thoroughly they
are aged howcarefully they are blended
-how clean the factory is. But it'3
better yet to know the satisfaction of
tmakir.g that caa't-be-copied Chester Chester-eld
eld Chester-eld blend.
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: yn rz rrpz A m c"z c-i j Cl
arsjoys gox3 music as wen as any one I
According to the figures of the em-
ployers' association, 28,000 less menj
CCALA EVENING STAU, MQXDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1923
After a fine vacation in Michigan
and trips to other points of great in-
terest, ana a weeir s rest at home,
Miss Alice Bullock has returned to
her place in the Star office, and all
the boys, from the old man down, are
wonderfully well pleased te see her.
Our readers will please send her their
society items and remember that her
phone is five-one.
The Star sincerely thanks Mrs. F.
E. Yetherbee for the excellent work
done for the society department durT
irsr the absence of Miss Bullock. MrsT
Vetherbee is a careful and cpmpe
tent writer, and her work is always
J. II. SPENCER
S? o -'
We Make a Specialty of Parts for the Buick and
the Prices arc Consistent with the Cost of Same.
Vfc5iA UAiitui, iu Liu. iissra
Exclusive Agents fcr
An Up-to-Daie Battery Ssrvie Statiaa
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage'withl
Expert Workmen, at all times,; Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service.
' OILS AMP GREASE
Fresh milk, daily at the Crescent
Grocery, 20 cents per quart. 8-4t
Mrs. C. G. Barnett returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon from a pleasant stay
with Mrs. Ealdorf at her
Leggett's Premier Coffee, 'the real
morning "joy cup" at Cook's Mar
ket. Phone 243. 6-tf
Mr. Ralph Simmons returned yes
terday afternoon from a pleasant
summer vacation spent with his
grandmother in Columbus. Ga.
EVERWEAR SOX, Lisles $3 a box,
six pairs, for a limited time.
Messrs. George Nash and Julian
Bullock have returned to their home
in Orlando, after a short visit in the
city with friends and relatives.
Our stock of fresh seed3 for fal
planting is now in. Ocala Seed
I oil !V7
Lfiss Mary Lane, after a delightfu
visit in the city as the attractive
guest of Miss Elizabeth Bennett, re
turned to her home at Orlando -yes
. Universal Vacuum Bottles keep
your liquids hot or cold as desired
Court Pharmacy. Phone 234. 9-3t
Miss Marie Mathews of Fleming
j ton" has arrived in the city to attend
the high school, and will make her
home with her friend. Miss Ullaine
A mere bagatelle to walk down to
FISIIEL'S to trade. tf
MRS. HAMPTON'S AT HOME
Parisian and American
Messrs. Mack -Hale, Frank Crom,
Joe White, Gardner Welsh, Bob
Glass and others, composed a party
of Gainesville young men in the city
Don't fail to; visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe, Company. Every-
hing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Miss Elizabeth Ledbetter of Sum Summer
mer Summer field came to Ocala yesterday to
enter the public school as 'a student.
She will make her home with Mrs.
Use Klenzo Crexne and keep your
teeth white; 25 cents at Gerig's Drug
. Mr. and Mrs, George Ford return returned
ed returned to their home in Jacksonville yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon, after a' pleasant
visit at the home of the latter's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
iseiore buying see our prices on
BLEACHING AND DOMESTICS
The two charming brides-elect,
Misses Helen Jones and Caroline
Harris, whose weddings take place
Sept. 15th and October 21st, are the
centers of much social interest, and
were the honorees Saturday afternoon
at an "at home," given by Mrs. H. M.
Hampton, which proved one of the
most elaborate but entirely informal
and -enjoyable gatherings given in the
city for some time.
The Hampton home, admirably
adapted for all social entertainments,
was made exceedingly attractive and
inviting for this occasion by quan
titles of asparagus fern and many
bright flowers artistically arranged
throughout the lower floor, the rooms
of which were opened en suite.
As tht nipsts arrived thev were
affably received by Mrs. E. L. Car Carney,
ney, Carney, handsomely gowned in white
lace, and shown to the punch bowl,
vhich was cozily arranged at the left
of the veranda and presided over by
two of Ocala's most fascinating col
lege girls, Misses Agnes Burford and
iSettie Camp, both of whom were
becomingly gowned in, blue. -After
the refreshing drink of punch, the
callers were introduced to the receiv
ing line, to the left, of the spacious
front reception hall. The mothers of
the honorees, Mrs. Jones and Mrs.
Harriss were at the head of the line,
receiving in a most cordial manner.
They were strikingly attired in
gowns of black lace and purple. Then
came Mrs. Wood, most stylish in
white tricotine dress with which she
wore a black velvet picture hat. The
hostess, dressed in an exquisite white
lace ceration stood next, introducing
the two lovely honorees who were
never more bewitching. Miss Harriss
wore a taupe georgette with picture
hat to match, while Miss Jones was
gowned in brown silk with hat to
match. At the end stood Mrs. R. S
Hall Jr., in gren taffeta, and Miss
Winnie Flippen in brown silk, who
were very much admired by all pres
Upon the arrival of the guests j
musical program was rendered by
three of Ocala's most talented music
ians. Mrs. Leverett was the first
to charm the audience with the f ol
lowing selections: "Why My Ship
Comes Sailing Home" and "From the
Land of the Sky Blue Water." Later
Miss Musie Bullock rendered, "Oh,
Promise Me" and "Why," and as usu usual
al usual her numbers were extremely sweet
Mrs. Manly was the last to sing and
she was heavily encored. She san
"Voe-Che-Lapele" and a catchy air,
"If No One Ever Marries Me."
During the afternoon" Mrs. Hamp
ton gave to all the unmarried guests
dish towels to be hemmed, which she
presented to the honorees in addition
to lovely electric toasters.
Assisting Mi's. Hampton in serving
refreshment of ice cream, cake and
mints were Misses Marion Dewey,
Elizabeth and Meme Davi3, Nina
Camp and Sue Moore, and shortly
after the guests departed, having
spent a merry afternoon in extending
and receiving the good wishes of the
hostess and the young brides-elect.
September special, 38-inch good
quality BLEACHING .35 cents at
HAPPINESS CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND
In the dictionary.
Happiness should always be found
In every home."
We help make people happy
By GIVIVG THEM THEIR MONEY'S
, WORTH AND MORE.
Won't you let us help make you happy?
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GOOD BASEBALL GAME
Broad va y
Two t)oors East of Western Union
J. W. Davis Jr. left this afternoon
for Columbus. Tenn.. where he will
enter the Columbia Military. School
for his first term. His many friends
wish him much success in his course
Universal Vacuum fiottles keen
your liquids hot or cold as desired.
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 9-3t
'Mr. William Strother of Moultrie,
Ga.t arrived in Ocala" last Wednes
day to make this city hi3 future home,
having accepted a position with the
Walkley & Barnett haberdashery. Mr.
Strother i3 being given a cordial
Ocala and Dannellon Will Cross Bats
at Hunter Park at 4 p. m.
Hot Contest Expected
Ocala and Dunellon will cross bats
at the Hunter Park diamond tomor-
row aiternoon at 4 o ciock. xnis is
expected to be a hotly contested
game as "Dunnellon has strengthened
her team and feels sure of carrying
off the laurels of the game, and the
Ocala boys are equally as confident.
Ocala fans should not fail to see this
game as it will certainly be one of
the best games of the season.
The OcaJa manager will send one
of the following pitchers to the
mound Luffman, Mickler or Wallace.
Twenty-two room two-story building occupying about cne cere of
ground on the block adjoining the new union depot, Ccal.i; Prn Prn-stairs
stairs Prn-stairs consists of dining room, cITlce, living room, six ledroc "-?, ticro
room and kitchen. Upstairs, 12 sleeping roms and trur.!: room.
Iron fence on front: large garden in the hsck; t.sw fence wiiTi cy
press posts. Frontage of C3 feet cn the Seatoard Air. Line cr.n is
sold off for warehouse purposes without
Will be offered for a short while at
Jim ". aya
FLO HID A
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CASH AND CARRY
7 Nm Marinqlla St.
Fresh milk daily at the s Crescent
Grocery, 20 cent3 per quart. S-At
Mrs. O. H. Rogers, .wife of Com
missioner Rogers went with him to
Grahamville precinct last Saturday
and registered to vote the democratic
ticket at the general election in No
vember, perhaps the first woman in
the county to register.
Use a good Illenzo Tooth Brash.
Sold only at Geng's Drug Store, tf
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bechtelheimer
and children, former prominent resi
dents of Illinois, arrived in Ocala last
Friday to make-this, city their future
home. They are comfortably located
m an attractive new bungalow at No.
HI North Tuscawilla street.
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stitcher, Gainesville, Fla. 7-61
Mail orders given
Address The Ilem-
Mrs. J. M. Mcffert and sons, Mr,
Clarence Meffert and J. M. and J.
i returned yesterday afternoon by au au-jtomobile
jtomobile au-jtomobile from a two weeks visit at
are prepared to fake care of Daytona Beach. They were accom
the boys for school in suits and shoes, panied homejby Miss Edith Williams
to fit the little fellow from six years who has been1 at the beach for a week
up. H. A. Waterman, the Haber- the guest of Mrs. E. G. Lindner and
dasher. 10-St 'family.
"Yes, I got this one also at Fishel's;
why don't you just go down there
and look at their Millinery; you idon't
have to buy and they will gladly
show you." tf
Arrival and dcrartTira cf rassrrer
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
Tha followicsr echedale fisrca pub
lished as isfomatbn and not gar
(Eastern Standard Tins)
SUAEOASD AIS LINE EAILEOAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTTork
4:05 pin Tampa-Si. Fetrtbrg 4;C5pra
ATLANTIC COAST LINE IL R.
2:12pm Jacksonville-NTork 2:43 ara
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gains villa 3:25 pra
6:42 am Jksonviile-Gnesville 10:13 pta
2:42 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakelasd 1:25 pm
7:10 an DunnelIcn-Wilcox
7:2Jam Dunellon-Lkelasd 11:03 pa
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm LecstuTg' 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
FIRST AID ID
ue "Ans r;EVEn too dusy
To give your Shoe Repairing Prompt
attention.' We can serve you wmie
you wait if desired with the famous
Goodyear welt System of repairing.
We call for and deliver work free.'
SHOE SHINE SERVICE
Every Day Including Sunday
1 n !77opf r f h p f i ff
tasts in a :io:;u:
114 S. Magnolia SL
Phone 143, OCALA. FLA.
(note new location)
ffT T f TTC'
Gens!Ilis3 12 ssd 15c
" per yard
Don't fail to visit tha Guarantee
Jlothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is iniar&nteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY net pries, tf lor Printing Co., Oeaia, Fla: 8-Ct
HEMSTITCHING and Pecot-Edg
ing. Very best work on new, modem
machine. Work guaranteed, lis
order3 returned promptly. Addrerj
Co. Or.ce with Tay-
s much as'recuuite
md execution. 2t i:
c ; 0
tion it wil lalways
rood taste if ore! ire J hc-re.
Book of dzign3 shown ar
JUd iai!ilf X(
"Where Quality Count::
f J j
Anvthig in Brkk, Close
TiU and PL-.sUring
PHONE Z20, OCALA
Two Hes.r?ps. Grey IIear?i fcr TThlis
OCA LA EVENING STAS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1920
Eyesight is such a
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t3V .be treasured and guard-
J? ed with the most zeale
;dh. k. j.-weihe.
Optometrist and Optician
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
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RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c.; one month. $3. Payable in ad advance.
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Temperature, this morning, 09; this
?.Ir, J. B. Horrell came Saturday
night for a visit to his friends here.
"Goodnight" chases mosquitoes,
gnats and other insects; 25 cents the
bottle at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
llr. "Ty" Cobb has returned to his
home in Orlando after spending Sun Sunday
day Sunday in the city with friends.
DOMESTICS 24c. FISIIEL'S. tf
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle returned
home Saturday from a pleasant visit
to Mrs. W. A. Goin in.Eustis.
Use "Goodnight" and then go to
deep; 25 cents at Gerig'3 Drug Store.
Newcomer of Tampa is visit
ing her father, Mr. B. W. Pullenand
Mrs. Pullen on Orange avenue.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY for ladies,
a pure thread silk hose at $2.00 at
join his wile and little daugnter m
their vacation at Long Grove, Ky.
Our stock of fresh seeds for fall
planting i3 now in. Ocala Serd
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston and children
have returned from their pleasant
summer vacation and are at home
V. K. Lane, EI. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose ana
Threat. OSce over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fia. tf.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Israelson left
yesterday morning in their car for
Tampa, where they will spend a
couple of days the guests of jthe lat lat-ter's
ter's lat-ter's brother, Mr. Asher Frank.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cordrey spent
Sunday with Mr. Cordrey's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Cordrey of
Lynne. Miss Alice Cordrey returned
with them for a week's visit.
all Classes o!
Clone, Driclc, Wood
Phone 416. 72S Wenona St.
H .mmm, M. ..
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s-i.J Vux tmmlif Uri i
(Successors to C!tes Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
- Supplies of M Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let uspirove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund-
red dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
Mrs. Harry Abbott is entertaining
her; mother, Mrs. Thorp, who has
been visiting her son in Panama, for
the past several months.
SERGE and SHEPHERD CHECKS
for Middy Suits, at FISHEL'S. it
Mrs. M. Fishel and son, Max, have
pone to Tampa, to spend the Jewish
New Year with friends. They will
probably return Wednesday.
Misses Donnie and Ola Sims, Jewel
Carroll and Thelma Swindell will re return
turn return tomorrow from a pleasant few
days visit at White Springs.
COLLEGE and SCHOOL GIRLS'
MIDDIES, a fine quality ?2.50, at
Mrs. I. M. Murray and daughter,
Elizabeth returned yesterday from
tne north, wnere; they have very
pleasantly- spent most of the summer,
The Klenzo Family complete is now
on jdisplay at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Perkins : have
returned home from a short but
pleasant vacation in North Carolina.
They brought with them Mr. Perkins'
three son;-., Robert, Stanley and
Morice, three clever boys, who will
attend our schools.
Miss Bernice Smith, after a pleas
ant visit in the city, a guest at the
home of her sister, Mrs. L. II. Pil
lar's and family, left yetserday after
noon for Red Springs, N. C, where
she will again enter Flora McDonald
Oollege for the coming year.
Klenzo Antiseptic destroys all
germs in the mouth, throat and nasal
channel; 25 and 50 cents at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Mrs. Adella Girton and son, Mr.
Henry Girton- of Philadelphia, are
among the recent new comers to the
city. Mr. Gh-ton has accepted a po
sition with George MacKay and he
and his mother are at home with
Mrs. Mary Perdue on Fort King ave
Don't fail to visit the Guarantea
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is ; guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr W. A. Sessoms returned Sat
urday evening -from Gainesville
where he attended the meeting of the
ccunty demonstrators, lie was ac
comnanied by Mrs. Sessoms, who
came over from the family home at
Banifay, where she remains most o
the time to care for. her aged father
She will be here about a week. Mr.
and Mrs. bessoms were accompamea
by Mrs. Ann Campbell, who has been
engaged m demonstration worK m
DeSoto county, and now goes to per
form the same duties in Pinellas.
If you ask. for Carter's Butternu
bread and are persuaded to take some
other; it's your hard luck. Insist upon
having Butternut. 9-tf
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Milan, Sept. 13. Immediate convo
cation of the Italian parliament for
the .passage of laws under which the
workmen may take over the manage management
ment management of the industrial plants of the
country has been demanded by the
confederation of labor in session
RETERMINED TO SAVE
Turin, Sept. 13. The garrison
about the dynamite works at Avig-
liana was strengthened today for. fear
the. workmen engaged in an industrial
controversy might attempt to take
BEGINNING AT BABYHOOD
Joliet, 111., Sept. 13. The health
autthorities today began effotrs to re restore
store restore the stunted mind of. Maria
Zumback, aged nineteen, who is said
to have been ken in a cellar seventeen
years. Her mentality is said to be
that of a two-year-old.
COX WILL SPEAK TO
Salem, Ore.; Sept. 13. Gov. Cox,
accompanied by a masseur who will
treat his throat, planned to speak
here and at Portland today, and he
is then booked .to swing eastward to
ward Salt Lake Ciey. Gov. Cox will
double back to California before go going
ing going east.
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THIRD PAYMENT INCOME
TAX DUE SEPTEMBER 15
Jacksonville, Sept. 13. With a de
sire to assist the incoming taxpaying
public, Collector of Internal Revenue
James M. Cathcart announces that
the third payment on .income tax of
those who are paying quarterly, is
due and pavable on or before Sept
15th, and must ; be paid by the .due
date .to avoid penalty.
' "The law provides," saicr the col collector,
lector, collector, in speaking of this notice,
"that where a taxpayer, fails to make
payment on the due date or fails. to
remit sufficient amount to cover : in
stallment due, then the total of un
paid tax becomes due and payable on
notice and demand by the collector.
"The regulations do not require
that notice be sent to those who are
making their payments quarterly but
same has been done as a reminder of
the amount due, and time of pay payment.
ment. payment. Hdwever, failure to receive
said notice hy party to whom ad
dressed, does not relieve, the party
from the penalty,' should payment not
be made on time.
"I am therefore, sending this notice
through the press as a further re
minder to those who are making the
payments thusly, that they may not
be delinquent, and"! sincerely hope
that not one pantlty will have to be
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WANTED Carrier boy for the
second ward; one who has bicy bicycle.
cle. bicycle. Call at STAR OFFICE. 3t
LAKE WEIR Two completely for--.
nished cottages for sale at Wood Wood-mar,
mar, Wood-mar, Eastlake; : running water,
bathroom, toilet, acetylene gas, two
. bedrooms in each house. For prices
and particulars, apply to David S.
Woodrow. Box 581. Ocala. Fla. 9-tf
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE
1918 Model Dodge Touring car. See
Mr. Sheppard at at Lewis-Chitty
OR SALE A nearly new Ford ton
truck with cab. Will sell cheap for
rcash. Address E. R. Smith, Orange
Lake, Fla. 7-3t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
suitable for sleeping apartments or
for light housekeeping. Phone 561,
or call at 734 Wenona St. 8-6t
FOR SALE A Ford roadster, 1920
model. Has been driven less than
2500" miles. Inquire at 725 South
Third St., Ocala. 10-6t
,OST On Morriston and Ocala road
.a tan suitcase, Sept. 9. Reward for
same. M. F. Staton, H. & W. B.
Drew Co., Jacksonville, Fla. 10-6t
WANTED Furnished house close
in. Address "A. M. B.." care the
Star office. 10-6t
FOUND Shriner's pin. Owner can
have same by proving property and
paying for this ad. Call at Star
FOR SALE Baby bed or crib. Call
phone 304. ll-6t
FOR SALE Lot heavy wrapping
paper, 4 to 5 feet square. Just the
thing for packing furniture, etc.
Price 3 cents a pound. Apply at
Star office. ; 10-3t
FOR RENT Desirable furnished
rooms suitable for light housekeep housekeep-ig.
ig. housekeep-ig. Apply at 403 Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. ll-6t :
FOR SALE Good Jersey cow. Fresh
Oct. 1st'. II. S. Wesson.- 13-3t
STRAYED From my home yearling
Jersey heifer, rust color, horns one
inch long. No marks. Reward for
information or return. II. S. Wes Wesson.
son. Wesson. 13-3t
LOST 31 x 4 U. S. plain tire on rim
Sunday on Orange Avenue, Shady
Grove or Silver Springs road. Lib Liberal
eral Liberal reward for return to the Star
office. 1 13-3t
Delco-Light costs no more
to operate than the old coal coal-oil
oil coal-oil lamps. One gallon of coal
oil gives you four times as
much light when used for fuel
in Delco-Light as it gives in
Write for catalog.
Theres a Satisfied User Near
WOODMEN OP TUT: WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of. P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sovereigns-are
J. C. Bray, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
: Sunday Afternoon
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We Modestly Proclaim
that we are Vulcanizing
Headquarters for this
community and we want
to Whisper SoHly in your
ea r that we Guarantee
Oils, Gas and Accessories to.
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OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
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Careful estimates ma3e on all co-
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work for "the money than any other
contractor in the city.
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published in Florida. Associat-
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petent competent reporters. Financial and
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Meet me at the American Cafe,
Union Station, Ocala, for a regular
dinner family style. Eest dinner in
the state for 75c. Eat and drink oil
you want. Time for dinner 11a. m. to
Z:') p. m. ,- 17-tf
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